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Qd3 and more aggressive 11. d5. Both moves should give him some advantage. This is a strong maneuver, placing my rook where it can pressure Black’s posi tion where necessary (the f and a files) are very strong avenues of attack for White. 11. d5 Bxc3 12. Bc4 Bg7 13. Qe2 Nd7 When I made this move I stood up and I saw that GM Gata Kamsky had won against GM Vassily Ivanchuk. S. team. With a different move order we got a position from the game GM Hikaru Naka mura GM Shakhrivar Mamedyarov, which was played in the fifth round of the Olympiad.
Qf5 Rxd1+ 19. Rxd1 Qc6 20. e5 Qe4 21. Qxe4 Nxe4 22. Be3 and it was drawn many moves later, Krush Kosteniuk, World Mind Sports Blitz, 2008. 9. b6 10. Rd1 cxd4 11. Nxd4 11. exd4 is more common. 11. Bb7 12. e4!? This was the move I had in mind when choosing 11. Nxd4. It’s a very rare move (at first glance it appears to lose a pawn) that was noticed by Pascal (Charbon neau), and struck him as an interesting continuation that would be hard to deal with over the board. 12. Bxc3 13. bxc3 Qe7 A natural square for the queen.
Rc1 Qxa2+ 34. Ke7 Qa3+, White resigned. +Q+ + + + K pk +N+ n p + + + + + +l+r+ q + L + +p+ PPP + R + + + After 34. Qa3+ The former AO Champ has had enough. It was getting embarrassing. Mate looms! This was not a perfect game but it sure was entertaining! The following game was a contender for the “non master best game” prize, but was certainly flawed. I really liked it though. 2008 Chess Life — February 2009 29 2008 American Open An American Open Tale The American Open is the biggest and best attended chess tournament on the West Coast and has retained this distinc tion for all 44 years of its existence, with one notable exception.