Kamsky - Bisguier












(40) Kamsky,G - Bisguier,A [B00]
New York (30 min.) New York, 1989
[Fritz 6 (120s)]

1.e4 Nc6 2.d4 e5 3.d5 Nce7 {As discussed on 12/13/2001, Black can now choose between a King's Indian structure (d6, g6, Bg7 (or Bh6!?)...to be followed by f5) or a setup involving Ng6 and Bc5 or Bb4. The latter plan is probably more common, and is the path this game takes. MB} 4.Be3 {White tries to keep Black's bishop off c5 - a very sensible strategy. MB} [ 4.Nf3 Ng6+/= ] 4...Nf6= 5.f3 Ng6 6.c4 Bb4+ {The Black dark-squared bishop comes to life despite 4.Be3. MB} 7.Nc3 b6 [ 7...Bxc3+?! MB 8.bxc3 b6 9.c5! MB {White doesn't give Black time to seal the position with d6. Black may be in trouble because the game won't stay closed and White has the bishop pair. MB}] 8.Qd2 d6 [ 8...0-0 9.Bd3= ] 9.Bd3= Bc5 {Black wants to trade his 'bad' bishop for White's good bishop. After the exchange Black will be able to use the dark squares. MB} 10.Nge2 Nd7 11.g3 {White tries to keep the Black knight out of f4. MB} 11...Bxe3 12.Qxe3 Nc5 13.h4 {White tries to crowd the Black knight. MB} [ 13.b4 Nxd3+ 14.Qxd3 a5 15.b5 {Black is at least equal. MB}] 13...Ne7 14.Bc2 a5 15.b3? MB {I don't like this move because it weakens a3 and because it facilitates Black opening the a-file. However, it's hard to avoid because the White c-pawn needs to be protected against, for instance, ..Ba6. MB} [ 15.0-0-0 0-0= ] 15...f5 {A thematic pawn lever in 'e4,d5 vs. e5,d6 positions'. MB} 16.exf5 Bxf5 {Black has to be careful that White doesn't use e4 as an outpost for his knights. MB} [ 16...Nxf5 17.Bxf5 Bxf5 18.Ne4 Bxe4 19.fxe4 0-0=/+ {White's e-pawn needs watching and wherever the White king goes it is likely to be drafty. MB}] 17.0-0-0 Bxc2 18.Kxc2 Qd7 Black plans a4 19.g4 0-0 20.h5 [ 20.Ng3 {White attempts to use his positional trump, control of e4, but repositioning the knight weakens White's hold on d4 and gives Black time to break through. MB} 20...c6 21.h5 b5 22.h6 bxc4 23.bxc4 g6 24.Nge4 Nxe4 25.fxe4 cxd5 26.cxd5 Qxg4-+ ] 20...c6 21.dxc6 Nxc6 22.Ne4 [ 22.h6 a4 23.hxg7 axb3+ 24.axb3 Nb4+ 25.Kb2 Qxg7=/+ ] 22...a4 23.Kb2 [ {White has no time to grab the d-pawn. MB} 23.Rxd6 axb3+ 24.axb3 Nb4+ 25.Kd1 Ra1+ 26.Nc1 Qc7 27.Rd2 Ncd3 28.Rxd3 Nxd3 29.Ke2 Nf4+-+ ] 23...axb3-/+ 24.axb3 Nb4 25.Ra1? [ >=25.N2c3 Qa7 26.Na4-+ ( 26.Ra1?? Ncd3+-+ ) ] 25...Ncd3+-+ 26.Kc3 d5 {White's position is resignable. MB} 27.Qxb6 [ 27.Rxa8 Rxa8 28.Rd1 Qa7-+ ( 28...dxe4 29.Nc1 Qd4+ 30.Qxd4 exd4+ 31.Kxd4-+ ) ] 27...dxe4 28.fxe4 [ 28.Rxa8 Rxa8 29.fxe4-+ ] 28...Na2+ [ 28...Ra2 29.Rhc1 Rxe2 30.Ra7 Na2+ 31.Rxa2 Rxa2 32.Rd1 Rf3 33.Qd8+ Qxd8 34.Rxd3 Rxd3+ 35.Kb4 Qb6# ] 29.Rxa2 Rxa2 30.Rd1 [ 30.Qb5 Qc7 31.Rb1 Ne1 32.Qd5+ Kh8-+ ] 30...Qxg4 [ 30...Rf3 31.Ng1 Rg3 32.Ne2 Rxe2 33.Qb8+ Kf7 34.Qg8+ Kxg8 35.Rd2 Qd4+ 36.Kc2 Qb2+ 37.Kd1 Rxd2# ] 31.Rxd3 Qxe2 32.Qe3 Qb2+ 33.Kb4 White threatens to counter with Qb6 33...Qa3+ 34.Kb5 Qa6+ [ 34...Qa6+ 35.Kc5 Rc8+ 36.Kd5 Ra5+ 37.c5 Rd8+ 38.Kxe5 Qf6# ] 0-1



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