r bonzon - jcb
26.06.2007

1.d4 +0.29/16

1...Nf6
An interesting game that would have ended with a flair had I not missed the mate-in-one at move 35

2.Nf3
+0.29/14

2...d6
+0.69/14

3.c4
+0.47/13

3...g6
+0.48/14

4.Nc3
+0.48/13

4...Bg7
+0.75/14

5.e4
+0.75/13

5...0-0
+0.85/14

6.Be2
+0.85/13

6...Nbd7
+0.95/13

7.Be3
+0.63/13

7...Re8
An unusual spot for the rook in a King's Indian.

8.h3
+0.52/15

8...e5
+0.52/14

9.d5
+0.52/14

9...a6
+0.72/13

10.a4
+0.45/14

10...Nh5
+0.61/12

11.Qd2
+0.25/13

11...Nc5
Bxc5 is nearly forced, after which each of my bishops will be strong while is one is very bad.

12.Bxc5
+0.26/15

12...dxc5
+0.26/13

13.0-0
-0.22/14

13...Qd6
-0.06/14

14.Ne1
-0.06/16

14...Nf4
preventing f4

15.Nd3
-0.06/13

15...Bh6
-0.06/13

16.Qd1
-0.06/12

16...f5
+0.04/12

17.Nxf4
+0.04/15

17...exf4
+0.18/14

18.Bf3
+0.02/13

18...Bg7
-0.11/13

19.Re1
+0.01/12

19...Bd7
+0.06/13

20.Qc2
-0.16/11

20...Re7
-0.06/13

21.Re2
-0.11/11

21...Rae8
-0.03/12

22.Rae1
-0.21/12

22...Be5
+0.21/16

23.exf5
+0.21/15

23...gxf5
To keep the knight out of e4. Q and e7 Rook can also get to g and h files readily.

24.Bh5
+0.38/15

24...Rf8
+0.79/12

25.Nb1
+0.83/13

25...Rf6
+1.44/15

26.Nd2
+1.44/14

26...Rh6
+1.77/14

27.Bf3
+0.78/14

27...Qf6
+0.78/14

28.Kh2
+0.31/14

28...Rg6
+0.45/13

29.Bh5?
The losing move.

29...f3+
-6.03/13

30.Rxe5
-M5/28

30...Rxg2+
-M5/29

31.Kh1
-M4/27

31...Qh4
-M4/27

32.Bg4
-M2/28

32...Rxg4
-M2/31

33.Nxf3
-M1/28

33...Qxh3+
-M1/31

34.Nh2
-M0/28

34...Rh4?
Missing Qg2 mate.

35.Rg1+
-10.52/15

35...Kf8
-7.95/16

36.f4
-7.95/15

36...Qf3+
-7.95/15

37.Qg2
-7.95/15

37...Rxh2+
-7.95/15

38.Kxh2
-7.92/14

38...Qxf4+
-7.92/14

39.Kh1
-8.02/17

39...Qh4+
-8.02/19

40.Qh2
-8.02/19

40...Qxh2+
-8.02/18

41.Kxh2
-8.02/17

41...Rxe5
And white soon lost on time. 0-1