96MB, Fritz7.ctg, C86838-D
this move weakens king's pawn structure
4...Bxf3 5.Bxf3 e5 I decided to control the center with a chain of pawns supported by Nf6,Nbd7
6.d3 h6 preventing Bg5
7.Nd2 Bc5 trying to keep pressure in the center
8.c4 c6 9.Qb3 attacks e5 and b7
9...Qb6 I think it was the best response and this move attacks f2.
10.Qxb6 axb6 I got a column open, but my queen pawns are weak.
11.a3 Nbd7 it becomes active
12.Rb1 0-0 13.b4 Bd6 14.Bb2 Rfe8 this rook gives me full control of the column and protects e5
15.0-0 e4 I decided to attack due that his e pwan was behind and his Bishop came under fire.
16.dxe4 dxe4 I got more pieces supporting the center's attack.
17.Bg2 e3 The attack has begun
18.fxe3 Rxe3 19.Bf3 Bxg3 he loses a pawn
20.Rfd1 protects the N at d2 and then he will play Nf1 attacking the rook and the bishop at the same time
20...Ne5 it comes to the battle field.
21.Bxe5 preventing Nxf6 and Rxf6 which would have made him to lose another pawn
21...Bxe5 now this bishop also controls the diagonal a1-h8.
22.c5 counter attacking, but it would have been much more interesting b5
22...b5 23.Nb3 Rxa3 I like to take pawns
24.Na5 Rxa5 25.bxa5 Ra3 Now I got two pawns and a Knight for a rook.
26.Rd8+ Kh7 27.Ra8 Bd4+ I will get one more pawn
28.Kf1 Bxc5 29.a6 bxa6 30.Bxc6 Rxh3 now my g and h pawns are free
31.Rxa6 b4 32.Bf3 Rg3 threatening Rg1+ and getting a free rook on b1
33.Bg2 Ng4 trying to mate the king or getting the bishop for free.
34.Be4+ g6 35.Ke1 Be3 mating with Rg1
36.Bxg6+ worthless sacrifice
36...fxg6 37.Kd1 Rg1+ 38.Kc2 Rxb1 exchanging rooks and simplifying the game
39.Kxb1 h5 40.Ra4 Bd2 41.Ra7+ Kh6 42.Kc2 Bc3 43.Rd7 h4 44.Rd3 g5 I am not going to blunder again
45.Rf3 Ne5 46.Rf8 g4 47.Rh8+ Kg5 48.Rg8+ Kf4 49.Rf8+ Kg3 50.Rf1 Kg2 51.Rd1 h3 0-1