Chess World.net: LIVE Blitz #1598 vs nowbetter (2197) – Caro-Kann: classical, Spassky (B18)

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Chess World.net: 5-minute live commentary – White vs Caro-Kann Defence

[Event “ICC 5 0”]
[Site “Internet Chess Club”]
[Date “2012.06.27”]
[Round “-“]
[White “KingsCrusher”]
[Black “nowbetter”]
[Result “1-0”]
[ICCResult “Black forfeits on time”]
[WhiteElo “2234”]
[BlackElo “2197”]
[Opening “Caro-Kann: classical, Spassky variation”]
[ECO “B18”]
[NIC “CK.12”]
[Time “03:35:11”]
[TimeControl “300+0”]

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Bf5 5. Ng3 Bg6 6. Nf3 Nd7 7. h4 h6 8.
h5 Bh7 9. Bd3 Bxd3 10. Qxd3 e6 11. Bd2 Ngf6 12. O-O-O Be7 13. Ne4 Nxe4 14.
Qxe4 Nf6 15. Qd3 O-O 16. g4 Nxg4 17. Qe2 Qd5 18. Kb1 b5 19. Rhg1 f5 20. Ne5
Rf6 21. Nxg4 fxg4 22. Qxg4 Bf8 23. Be3 Qf5 24. Qg3 Rd8 25. Rg2 e5 26. a3
Qxh5 27. Rdg1 exd4 28. Bf4 Re8 29. Be5 Qxe5 30. Qh4 Qf4 31. Qh5 Re5 32. Qh3
Qf5 33. Qg3 Re2 34. Qb3+ Qd5 35. Qd3 Qe4 36. Qb3+ Kh8 37. Ka2 Rfxf2 38. Rg4
Qd5 39. Qxd5 cxd5 40. Rxd4 Rxc2 41. Rb1 Rf5 42. Kb3 Rcf2 43. Ka2 Bc5 44. Rd3
d4 45. Re1 Kh7 46. Re6 Rc2 47. Rb3 a6 48. Rxa6 Rff2 49. Rxb5 d3 50. Ra8 d2
51. Rd8 Rc1 52. Kb3 d1=Q+ 53. Rxd1 Rxd1 54. a4 Rdd2 55. Ka2 Rxb2+ 56. Rxb2
Rxb2+ 57. Kxb2 {Black forfeits on time} 1-0 โ–บSubscribe for my regular chess videos: โ–บSupport the channel by donating via PayPal:
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13 Comments

  1. Apparently, 21.f3 was winning:[Event "5+0 Game"][Site "Internet Chess Club"][Date "2012.06.27"][Round ""][White "Gavriel, Tryfon"][Black ""nowbetter""][Result "1-0"][ECO "B19"][WhiteElo "2234"][BlackElo "2197"][Annotator "Moldovan, John & an engine"][PlyCount "113"][EventDate "2012.06.27"][EventType "game (blitz)"][EventRounds "1"][EventCountry "NET"][Source "Moldovan, John"][SourceDate "2015.01.27"]1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 dxe4 4. Nxe4 Bf5 5. Ng3 Bg6 6. Nf3 Nd7 7. h4 h6 8. h5Bh7 9. Bd3 Bxd3 10. Qxd3 e6 11. Bd2 Ngf6 12. O-O-O Be7 13. Ne4 Nxe4 14. Qxe4Nf6 15. Qd3 O-O 16. g4 $5 ({RR} 16. Kb1 c5 17. g4 $5 Nxg4 18. Qe2 Kh8 $2 (18…Qd5 $142 19. Ne5 {G. Ginsburg – Fridman : Zuerich 2003} Nxe5 $146 20. dxe5 $44Qc6) 19. Rhg1 $146 Nf6 20. dxc5 Qc7 21. Ne5 Bxc5 $4 (21… Rad8 $142 $14) 22.Bxh6 $3 gxh6 23. Rd7 $3 Qxd7 (23… Qb8 $143 $2 24. Rg6 $3) 24. Nxd7 Nxd7 25.Qd2 $18 {Kamsky – Seirawan : U.S. Championship, Saint Louis 2012}) 16… Nxg417. Qe2 (17. Rhg1 $142 Nxf2 18. Qe2 Nxd1 19. Bxh6 Bf6 20. Bxg7 $1 Bxg7 21. h6Qf6 22. Rxg7+ Kh8 23. Ng5 Qxh6 24. Rh7+ Qxh7 25. Nxh7 Kxh7 26. Qh5+ Kg7 27.Qg5+ Kh7 28. Qh5+ Kg7 29. Qg5+ {1/2-1/2 Wallner – Scachinger : AustrianChampionship, Zwettl 2012}) (17. Rdg1 $5 $146 f5 (17… Nxf2 18. Qe2 Nxh1 19.Bxh6 Bf6 20. Bxg7 Bxg7 21. h6 Qf6 22. Qe3 $44) 18. Nh2 Nxh2 19. Rxh2 Kh8 20.Qb3 $44) 17… Qd5 18. Kb1 $6 $146 (18. c4 $142 Qf5 19. Rdg1 Kh8 {E. Player -Somerfield : 4NCL, England 2014} 20. Nh4 Bxh4 21. Rxh4 Nf6 22. Bf4 $44) 18…b5 (18… Qb5 $142 19. Qxb5 cxb5 20. Rhg1 f5 21. Rde1 $44) 19. Rhg1 f5 20. Ne5Rf6 21. Nxg4 $4 (21. f3 $142 Nxe5 22. dxe5 Rf7 23. Bxh6 Qc5 (23… Qc4 $143 $224. Qg2) 24. Rg6 Kh7 25. Qg2 Bf8 (25… gxh6 26. Rxh6+ Kxh6 27. Qg6#) 26. Rxe6$18) 21… fxg4 22. Qxg4 Bf8 23. Be3 Qf5 24. Qg3 (24. Qh4 $142 $14) 24… Rd825. Rg2 e5 26. a3 Qxh5 27. Rdg1 exd4 (27… Rf3 $142 28. Qxe5 Qxe5 29. dxe5 g5$11) 28. Bf4 $4 (28. Qc7 $142 $16) 28… Re8 $2 (28… d3 $142 $19) 29. Be5 $4Qxe5 $19 30. Qh4 Qf4 31. Qh5 Re5 32. Qh3 Qf5 33. Qg3 Re2 34. Qb3+ Qd5 35. Qd3Qe4 36. Qb3+ Kh8 37. Ka2 Rfxf2 38. Rg4 Qd5 39. Qxd5 cxd5 40. Rxd4 Rxc2 41. Rb1Rf5 42. Kb3 Rcf2 43. Ka2 Bc5 44. Rd3 d4 45. Re1 Kh7 46. Re6 Rc2 47. Rb3 a6 48.Rxa6 Rff2 49. Rxb5 d3 50. Ra8 d2 51. Rd8 Rc1 52. Kb3 d1=Q+ 53. Rxd1 Rxd1 54. a4Rdd2 55. Ka2 Rxb2+ 56. Rxb2 Rxb2+ 57. Kxb2 {Black forfeits on time.} 1-0

  2. Instead of 18 kb1 could you try 18 c4 One of the strengths behind …Qd5 is the ability of the queen to switch over to k-side defense. If 18…Qf5 the queen is at the king side but …f5 is impossible. After 19 Rd1-g1 the Knight can't retreat and doubling is threatened. So 18…Qd6 with …f5 to follow. But after an eventual Ne5 if black captures on e5 the pawn retake hits the queen for a tempo gain

  3. 30. Qxg7 Bxg7 31. Rxg7+ Kh8 32. Rg7#… Do I have something wrong?

  4. All you have mentioned is wrong. Firstly, the rook on e8 protects black's back rank so that the black king is totally safe. Secondly, which rook would you like to "move" on move 32? The one which already sat there on 31 or the one from g1? ๐Ÿ˜‰

  5. Yeah… You should've read my second comment…

  6. I think 21 Nxg4 is a blunder. 21. Ng6 followed by white pawn f3 threatens to win the knight at g4 since knight can only escape to f6. Also Bf4 followed by white move f3 could be good as 21 Bf4,Nxe5 22. Bxe5, Rf7 23. f4 looks good for white.

  7. My vote is for 23. Bb4 attacking his defense against mate.

  8. Who would've known that that master was playing a fantastic time-burning strategy! gg

  9. 28. Qc7! gains a tempo and double attack the d8 rook and g7. In fact, I think you win at least the exchange here.

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