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2012 MayÄąs Cilt 3, SayÄą 18

Sorumlu EditĂśr/YayÄąncÄą: Dr Harun Taner

WCh r 2 Gelfand,Boris (2727) − Anand,Viswanathan (2791) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [Taner,Harun]

] 14...Nf6N [14...exd4 15.Bg5 Nf6 16.Rc4 h6 17.Rxd4 hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7 19.Bb1 Bg4 20.Re1 Bxf3 21.Rxe7 Bxd1 22.Rxd1 Rfd8 23.Rde1 b5 24.h3 g6 25.Be4 Nxe4 26.R7xe4 Rac8 27.a4 Rd3 28.Re8+ Rxe8 29.Rxe8+ Goganov,A (2480)-Rublevsky,S (2682) Taganrog 2011 ½â€“½ (37)]

[D45: Semi-Slav: 5 e3] 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 a6 6.b3 Bb4 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 10.Rc1 e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 [Diagram

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15.dxe5 Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 Bf5 18.Qxd6 Nxd6 19.Nd4 Rfe8 20.Nxf5 Nxf5 21.Bc5 h5 22.Rfd1 Rac8 23.Kf1 f6 24.Bb4 Kh7 25.Rc5 [Diagram

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] 12.e4 [12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Bxe5 14.Ne2 Bg4 15.f3 Bh5 16.Bc3 Qd6 17.Bxe5 Qxe5 18.Qd2 Rfe8 19.Rc3 Bg6 20.Bxg6 hxg6 21.Qd4 Qe7 22.Rfc1 Rad8 23.Kf2 Qd6 24.h3 Rd7 25.Rc8 Rde7 26.R1c5 g5 Aronian,L (2763)-Morozevich,A (2774)

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15.dxe5 Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 Bf5 18.Qxd6 Nxd6 19.Nd4 Rfe8 [D

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Anand – Gelfand

Gelfand,Boris (2739) − Anand,Viswanathan (2799) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [H2Aq,Taner,Harun]

] 20.Nxf5 [20.Rc7 !? 20...Bg6 21.h3 Rad8 22.Re1 h5 23.Kh2 f6 24.Rec1 Be4 25.h4 Rc8 26.a4 Bc6 27.Rxc8 Rxc8 Houdini Aquarium (0:08:28) +0.15|d29]

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 a6 [Rare move] 6.b3 Bb4 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 10.Rc1 e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4 dxe4 13.Nxe4 Nxe4 14.Bxe4 [Diagram

20...Nxf5 21.Bc5 h5 22.Rfd1 Rac8 23.Kf1 f6 24.Bb4 Kh7 25.Rc5 [Diagram

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] 14...Nf6 [Novelty] [14...exd4 15.Rc4 Nf6 16.Bb1 Bg4 17.Bg5 h6 18.Bh4 Bxf3 19.Qxf3 g5 20.Bg3 Bxg3 21.fxg3 Kg7 22.Qxb7 d3 23.Qb4 Re8 ... 1/2–1/2, Riazantsev Alexander (RUS) - Matlakov Maxim (RUS), Match 'Moscow-St. Petersburg', 2011]

] [25.Rc5 Kg6 26.Rxc8 Rxc8 27.Rd2 b6 28.g3 a5 29.Ba3 b5 30.Kg2 b4 31.Bb2 Ne7 32.Kf3 Houdini Aquarium (0:00:12) +0.00|d23] ½-½ 1061

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10.Rc1 [Diagram

Gelfand,Boris (2791) − Anand,Viswanathan (2727) [D45]

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WCh Moscow (2), 11.05.2012 [Naiditsch,Arkadij,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 [Anand chose the Slav defense! A very solid opening, which is exactly what somebody needs in a match with the Black color.] 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 [Gelfand would like the go for the Meran instead of the mainlines with 4.Nf3] 4...e6 5.Nf3 a6 [This definitely came as a surprise for White. The mainlines of the Meran start with 5...Nbd7. The positions are so complex, that the good teamwork could pay off! Every week we can meet with an important novelty there. It was interesting to see, that Gelfand was ready for the Meran, while Anand preferred to avoid it. Before the match, I would have predicted the opposite.]

This could be the first small surprise for Anand. The move 10.Rc1 was considered to be a harmless option, but on the other hand the strong Russian theoretician, Alexander Riazantsev has tried it twice in 2011, which means the move have their thorns.] [The immediate 10.e4 runs into 10...dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 which is considered to be fine for Black! White can not hold his nice center.]

6.b3 [The main move, but 6.Qc2 and 6.c5 have their followers as well.]

10...e5! [Black is ready to play with an isolated pawn.] 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4!? [D

6...Bb4 [The bishop is placed ideally on d6, but before going there, it forces White to develop his bishop to d2, which is less fortunate place for it, than b2.]

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7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 [We are still just at the beginning of the 6.b3 lines. Generally White should prepare for the e4 break in this opening. There are different ways for this, the main move is Qc2, but recently strong grandmasters started to play 10.Re1. Gelfand is considered to be a great expert of the line, since he won nice games with both colors.]

This was Riazantsev's idea!] [There were 1062

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was played before, but after 15.Rc4! White got an advantage in both games: 15...Nf6 (15...Nc5 16.Bg5! f6 and here White missed a great sacrifice 17.Bd5+ (17.Bxh7+! Kxh7 18.Rxd4 fxg5 19.Rxd6 Qe7 20.Re1 Ne6 everything was forced until this moment and now: 21.Re5!! causes huge problems for Black! 21...Rxf3 22.gxf3 Black's pieces are pinned and undeveloped.) 17...Kh8 18.Bc1 Bxh2+ 19.Nxh2 Qxd5 20.Rxd4 Qf7 Black was a pawn up in RiazantsevAntoniewski, Warsaw 2011) 16.Bb1! Bg4 17.Bg5 h6 18.Bh4 Bxf3 Black was forced to give up the bishop, because of the Rxd4 threat. (18...Be5? runs into 19.Qd3!+-) 19.Qxf3 g5 20.Bg3 Bxg3 21.fxg3 Kg7 22.Qxb7Âą Riazantsev-Matlakov, St Petersburg 2011]

several games with 12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Bxe5 14.Ne2! in order to build a blockade on d4 with Bc3, but the Russian Super GM, Dmitry Jakovenko showed the way to neutralize the threats: 14...Ne4! 15.Bxe4 dxe4 16.Bc3 White is hoping to have a strong d4 knight against the poor c8 bishop, but 16...Bg4! 17.Bxe5 Qxd1 18.Rfxd1 Bxe2 simplifies the position to a drawn endgame with opposite colored bishops. Few accurate moves were needed: 19.Rd7 Rac8 20.Rdc7 Rxc7 21.Rxc7 f6 22.Bd4 Rf7 23.Rc8+ Rf8 24.Rc7 Rf7 25.Rc8+ Rf8 26.Rc7 1/2–1/2 Khismatullin-Jakovenko, Moscow 2010] 12...dxe4 [White got an advantage in a fresh game after 12...exd4 13.Nxd5 Nxd5 14.exd5 h6 15.Nxd4 Nf6 16.Nf5 Bxf5 17.Bxf5 Ba3 18.Rc4! Qxd5 19.Qc2 White was better due to the strong bishop pair in Shankland-Erenburg, Philadelphia 2012.]

15.dxe5 [Correct decision after a long think! This leads to further simplification, but anyway, this was the only way to fight for an advantage.]

13.Nxe4 Nxe4 14.Bxe4 [The position simplificates, but White is better developed. It means, that only two results are possible. Black has to defend really precisely to make a draw, which is the maximum for him in the position.] 14...Nf6! [Diagram

[15.Bg5 is more complex, but Black is fine after 15...exd4 16.Rc4 (16.Qxd4? moves into a nice tactical shot 16...Bxh2+! 17.Kxh2 Qxd4 18.Nxd4 Nxe4) 16...h6 Only, but good enough! 17.Bh4 (17.Rxd4 hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7) 17...g5! 18.Rxd4 Nxe4 19.Rxe4 and here the very important 19...Bc5! leaves from the Rd4 threat. Black is completely fine! (19...gxh4? 20.Rd4/) ]

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15...Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 [White's pieces are more active and the queenside pawns might be potential targets. Black can not hold the invading of the rook on c7, which might cause serious trouble.] 17...Bf5 [Logical developing move by Anand, which was based on serious calculation. We will get the idea in the

Very strong novelty by Anand, which seems to solve all the problems!] [14...exd4 1063

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19.Rfd1 line.]

20...Nxf5 21.Bc5 [21.Bb6 Re6]

18.Qxd6 Nxd6 19.Nd4 [Asking the bishop to make decision.]

21...h5! [Stabilizing the situation of the f5 knight! Black intends to play f6 and Kf7.]

[19.Bc5 Rfd8 20.Rfe1 Rac8= is nothing for White.; 19.Rfd1 and here comes the point: 19...Rfd8! and on 20.Bb6 Black has (20.h3 could be an improvement, but the advantage is really minimal 20...Nb5) 20...Rdc8! with equality, thanks to the mate on the backrank.]

22.Rfd1 Rac8! [Anand defends precisely! He is using the waiting policy, only wants to improve his king and waits for Gelfand to make some action.] [I don't like the active 22...Re2 23.a4 White could hope for some advantage. After a5 and b4 the bishop controls all the pawns, including the f2 in case of doubling on the 2nd rank, while the rook invades on d7.]

19...Rfe8!? [Diagram

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23.Kf1 f6! [White could try to improve his position by pushing the queenside pawns to a5 and b4, but Black just stands with his rook on c7 and plays Kf7, g5 and there will be no progress in the position. Here we can see the importance of the e8 rook, if White could play somehow Rd5 and Ke2–d3, he could squeeze for long, but now the king is cut.] 24.Bb4 [Gelfand realizes that, he has nothing left and agrees to draw.] 24...Kh7 25.Rc5 [Diagram

Very deep idea, Black first prevents the f3, Kf2 plan and only then he intends to play Bg6.]

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[19...Bg6 was good enough for equality!] 20.Nxf5 [White takes the advantage of the bishop against the knight, but the important rook on e8 cuts the king to approach to the center. We will understand it in a few moves. Only on c5 there is a base for the bishop, but it closes the c-file.] [On 20.Bf4 Re4! was the idea!; 20.Rfd1 Bg6=; 20.Rc7 Bg6 21.Rfc1 Rac8=]

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Black's active pieces more than compensate for the slight weakness of pawn. If a white bishop was on b2 and not d2 he might be slightly better but here Black is fine 14.Ne2 (14.Ne2 Bg4) 14...Bxh2+ 15.Kxh2 Ng4+ 16.Kg3+–]

Gelfand,Boris (2739) − Anand,Viswanathan (2799) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [Pein,Malcolm,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 a6 [Black often plays this on move 4 as well. Black prepares to play b7–b5 taking space.]

12...dxe4 13.Nxe4 Nxe4 14.Bxe4 Nf6 [Very solid, a real challenge for White to extract something 'A slight symbolic edge' Gelfand At this stage it was clear that if there was an advantage to be secured Boris needed to think hard and he did for 30 minutes before deciding against 15.Bg5]

[5...Nbd7 6.Bd3 dxc4 7.Bxc4 b5 Is the Slav Meran Variation where Black sometimes plays a7–a6 later to defend b5 and allow c6–c5 challenging the centre. So we could transpose]

15.dxe5 [15.Bg5 exd4 Seems to work in all lines 16.Nxd4 (16.Qxd4 Bxh2+ 17.Kxh2 Qxd4 18.Nxd4 Nxe4; 16.Rc4 h6 17.Rxd4 hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7= 19.Bd5 Bg4) 16...Bxh2+ 17.Kxh2 Qd6+ 18.Kg1 Nxe4]

6.b3 [So that b7–b5 can be calmly met by 7.Bd3] 6...Bb4 [A clever move designed to force a white bishop onto a poor square]

15...Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 Bf5 [Diagram

[6...b5 7.Bd3]

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7.Bd2 [7.Bb2 Qa5 8.Rc1 Qxa2] 7...Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 [Boris started to think. He had lost to Kasparov in 1991 playing Black in this position after 10. e4] [9...Qe7!? 10.Qc2 Re8 11.Rad1] 10.Rc1 [10.e4 dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 12.c5! Bc7 13.Na4 exd4 14.h3! 1–0 Kasparov,G (2800)-Gelfand,B (2700)/Linares 1991] 10...e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4 [Boris hopes his slightly more advanced development will assist in a more open position]

And now I guess Qxd6 and Rfd1 White has an edge for sure but the opposite bishops might make it fizzle out. Indeed after the game Anand said he had checked this position and determined it was level]

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18.Qxd6 Nxd6 19.Nd4 [A natural move but the white knight is now closer to the black knight and if they are exchanged it's very drawish with opposite coloured bishops. However that's not the way it turned out]

Gelfand,Boris (2727) − Anand,Viswanathan (2791) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [Baburin,Alex,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 a6 6.b3 [Diagram

[19.Rfd1 Rfd8 20.Bb6 Rdc8 21.Nd4 Rxc1 22.Rxc1 Rc8=]

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19...Rfe8 [It's one of those positions where a few accurate moves should secure the draw but as Nigel Short pointed out, such accuracy often requires tactical skill and here we see an example] 20.Nxf5 [Vishy equalises easily now indeed from the video I sensed he might have been feeling more relaxed after this.] [White appears to be winning after 20.Bf4 but 20...Re4!=; 20.Rc7 Bg6 21.a4 f6 22.Rfc1 Continues the struggle but I cannot see any way for White to progress]

] 6...Bb4 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 10.Rc1 e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4 dxe4 13.Nxe4 Nxe4 14.Bxe4 [Diagram

20...Nxf5 21.Bc5 h5 [White has bishop v knight on an open board but the knight is well placed and stable]

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22.Rfd1 Rac8 23.Kf1 f6 24.Bb4 Kh7 ['A clever way to get the king in the game' Gelfand] 25.Rc5 [Not a very exciting game but these are two supremely well prepared players. ' I couldn't see any possibility to continue' Gelfand] [25.Rc5 Kg6 26.Rdc1 Rxc5 27.Rxc5 Rd8 28.Rc7 Rd1+ 29.Ke2 Ra1=]

This position was tested in a couple of games recently.]

½-½ 14...Nf6N [14...exd4 15.Rc4 (15.Bg5 Nf6 1066

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16.Rc4 h6 17.Rxd4 hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7 19.Bb1 Bg4 20.Re1 Bxf3 21.Rxe7 Bxd1 22.Rxd1 Rfd8 23.Rde1 b5 24.h3 g6= Goganov-Rublevsky, Taganrog 2011) 15...Nf6 16.Bb1 Bg4 17.Bg5 h6 18.Bh4 Bxf3 19.Qxf3 g5 20.Bg3 Bxg3 21.fxg3 Kg7 22.Qxb7 d3 23.Qb4 Re8 24.Rd4 Qc7 25.Rxd3Âą Riazantsev-Matlakov, St Petersburg 2011.]

6.b3 [Diagram

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15.dxe5 Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 Bf5 18.Qxd6 Nxd6 19.Nd4 Rfe8 20.Nxf5 Nxf5 21.Bc5 h5 22.Rfd1 Rac8 23.Kf1 f6 24.Bb4 Kh7 25.Rc5 [Diagram

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The main move nowadays.] [6.Qc2 is also very popular, while Gelfand already played 6.Bd3 and 6.c5!? in the past.] 6...Bb4!? [Black considers White's bishop will be misplaced on d2, since it would be more logical to put it on b2 later.] [6...c5 is also possible: a typical reaction against systems with b3.] 7.Bd2 Nbd7 8.Bd3 0-0 9.0-0 Bd6 10.Rc1!? [A rare move, which is probably the second surprise of the game.]

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[10.Qc2 is the most popular move.; 10.e4 dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 is supposed to be fine for Black.; 10.Re1!? is kind of a last-fashion move, which both players surely analyzed quite deeply.]

Gelfand,Boris (2727) − Anand,Viswanathan (2791) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [Edouard,Romain,Taner,Harun]

10...e5 [Diagram

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 e6 5.Nf3 a6!? [The first surprise. Anand deviates from the more usual 5...Nbd7.]


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[14...exd4 15.Rc4! Nc5 (15...Nf6 16.Bb1!? Bg4 (probably not the most accurate move) 17.Bg5 h6 18.Bh4 Bxf3 19.Qxf3 g5 20.Bg39 1/2–1/2 (46) Riazantsev,A (2688) -Matlakov,M (2630) St Petersburg RUS 2011) 16.Bg5 f6 (16...Qe8!? might be a better move.) 17.Bxh7+!N (17.Bd5+ Kh8 with the idea of ...Bxh2+ was fine for Black in Riazantsev,A (2710)-Antoniewski,R (2559) Warszawa POL 2011 (65) 1/2–1/2) 17...Kxh7 18.Rxd4 fxg5 19.Rxd6 Qe7 20.Re1 Ne6 21.Re5! and White is better according to my friend Houdini.]

The most logical reaction.]

15.dxe5 [0.48/0]

[10...Re8 and 10...h6 have already been played by several strong players.]

[15.Bg5 exd4 16.Rc4 (16.Qxd4?! Bxh2+ and White loses a pawn.) 16...h6! transposes into a game (which initially came 14...exd4 15.Bg5 Nf6 16. Rc4): 17.Rxd4 (17.Bh4 g5 18.Rxd4 Nxe4 19.Rxe4 Qb6 is simply OK for Black.) 17...hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7 19.Bb1 Bg4 20.Re1 Bxf3 21.Rxe7 Bxd1 22.Rxd1 Rfd8= 1/2–1/2 (37) Goganov,A (2480)-Rublevsky,S (2682) Taganrog RUS 2011]

11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4!? [A recent idea, but already played twice by GM Riazantsev. 0.18/0] [12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Bxe5 14.Ne2 with the idea of Bc3 used to be considered as very slightly better for White, but it seems after 14...Ne4! Black is more or less able to solve all problems: 15.Bxe4 dxe4 16.Bc3 Bg4! 17.Bxe5 Qxd1 18.Rfxd1 Bxe2 19.Rd7 Rac8 20.Rdc7 1/2–1/2 (20) Najer,E (2638)Jakovenko,D (2602) Olginka RUS 2011]

15...Nxe4 [0.44/0] Qxd6 [Diagram



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12...dxe4 [0.48/0] 13.Nxe4 [0.25/0] Nxe4 [0.21/0] 14.Bxe4 [0.32/0] Nf6!?N [And a third surprise! Until today's game, Black had never been able to solve all problems in that line. 0.27/0]

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17.Be3 [White has a symbolic advantage but the position is a draw. 0.30/0]

1...d5 2.c4 c6 [Anand juega la Eslava que es habitual de su repertorio.]

17...Bf5 [0.29/0] 18.Qxd6 [0.29/0] Nxd6 [0.47/0] 19.Nd4 [0.26/0]

3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 [Diagram

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[19.Rfd1 looks like a better option at first sight, but after 19...Rfd8! 20.Bb6 Rdc8! Black holds easily.] 19...Rfe8 [0.24/0] 20.Nxf5 [0.18/0] Nxf5 [0.15/0] 21.Bc5 [0.24/0] h5! [0.00/0] 22.Rfd1 [0.09/0] Rac8 [0.16/0] 23.Kf1 [0.05/0] f6 [0.24/0] 24.Bb4 Kh7 25.Rc5 [

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Primera sutileza de la apertura, Gelfand evita 4.Cf3 que puede llevar a las lineas Anti-MoscĂş o Semi-Eslavas y de paso con e3 se evita la variante Checa 4. ..dxc4.] [4.Nf3 e6 (4...dxc4) 5.Bg5 es la linea mĂĄs utilizada.] 4...e6 [Diagram

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Not such a fascinating game, but still quite an interesting one from theoretical point of view.] ½-½

Gelfand,Boris (2727) − Anand,Viswanathan (2791) [D45] WCh Moscow (2), 12.05.2012 [Prado,Oscar de,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 [Sin sorpresas Gelfand abre de d4 su jugada habitual.]

la alternativa es 4....a6 la variante Chebanenko.] [4...a6 5.Nf3 (5.Qc2 e6 1069

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(5...b5 6.b3 Bg4 7.Nge2 Nbd7 8.Nf4 e5 9.dxe5 Nxe5 10.h3 Be6 11.Be2 Bd6 12.0-0 0-0 13.Bb2 Ng6 14.Nxg6 hxg6 15.cxd5 cxd5 16.Bf3 Rc8 17.Qd2 Bb8 18.Rfd1 Qc7 19.g3 Rfd8 20.Rac1 Qd7 21.h4 Ba7 22.Ne2 Rxc1 23.Qxc1 Bg4 24.Bxg4 Qxg4 25.Bxf6 gxf6 26.Rd2 Re8 27.Qd1 Qf3 28.Nf4 Qxd1+ 29.Rxd1 d4 30.exd4 Rd8 31.d5 Bb8 32.Ne2 Kg7 33.Kg2 f5 34.Kf3 Bd6 35.Nf4 Rd7 36.Ng2 Bb8 37.Ne3 Ba7 38.h5 Bc5 39.a4 bxa4 40.bxa4 Bxe3 41.Kxe3 gxh5 42.Kd4 Kf8 43.Rb1 f4 44.a5 fxg3 45.fxg3 Ke7 46.Rb6 Rd6 47.Kc5 Rg6 48.d6+ Kd7 49.Rb7+ Kc8 50.Rc7+ Kd8 51.Ra7 Rxg3 52.Rxa6 Rc3+ 53.Kb4 Rc1 54.Ra8+ Kd7 55.a6 1–0 (55) Kasparov,G (2812)-Morozevich,A (2723) Sarajevo 1999 CBM 71 [Huebner,R]) 6.Nf3 Nbd7 (6...c5 7.cxd5 exd5 8.Be2 Nc6 9.0–0 Be6 10.Rd1 Nb4 (10...cxd4 11.Nxd4 Nxd4 12.Rxd4 Bc5 13.Rd1 Rc8 14.e4 (14.Qd3 00 15.b3 Qd7 16.Bb2 Bf5 17.Qd2 d4 18.Na4 dxe3 19.Qxd7 exf2+ 20.Kf1 Nxd7 21.Nxc5 Nxc5 22.Ba3 g6 23.Rac1 b6 24.Rd6 Rfe8 25.Bxc5 bxc5 26.Bxa6 Ra8 27.Rcd1 Kg7 28.R1d2 Re7 29.Bc4 Ra3 30.Rc6 Bb1 31.Rxc5 Bxa2 32.Rb2 Rb7 33.Bd5 Rbxb3 34.Bxb3 Bxb3 35.Rc3 Ra1+ 36.Kxf2 Be6 37.Rd2 h5 38.Rd4 Ra2+ 39.Kf3 Kf6 40.h3 Kg7 41.g4 hxg4+ 42.hxg4 Ra5 43.Kg3 g5 1/2–1/2 (43) Li Chao2 (2703)-Bu Xiangzhi (2668) Beijing CHN 2012) 14...Nxe4 15.Qa4+ Bd7 16.Qb3 Nxf2 17.Rxd5 Ng4+ 18.Rxc5 Rxc5 19.Bxg4 Bxg4 20.Qb4 Qe7 21.Bf4 Rc6 22.Qd4 Qc5 23.Re1+ Be6 24.Qxc5 Rxc5 25.Ne4 0–1 (25) Mamedyarov,S (2719)-Aronian,L (2786) Moscow RUS 2009) 11.Qd2 Ne4 12.Nxe4 dxe4 13.Ne5 cxd4 14.exd4 Bd6 15.a3 Nd5 16.Qc2 f5 17.f3 Bxe5 18.dxe5 Qb6+ 19.Kh1 Rc8 20.Qa4+ Qc6 21.Qd4 Qc2

22.fxe4 fxe4 23.Bd2 0–0 24.Rac1 Qb3 25.Rxc8 Rxc8 26.Qxe4 Qxb2 27.Bc4 Nf4 28.Bxe6+ Nxe6 29.Qd5 Rc6 30.Bb4 Qe2 31.h3 h6 32.Re1 Qc4 33.Qd7 Nf4 34.Bd2 Nd3 35.Rf1 Nxe5 36.Qe8+ Kh7 37.Rf8 Ng6 38.Rf7 Qe6 39.Qxe6 Rxe6 40.Rxb7 Re7 41.Rb6 Re2 42.Bc3 Nf4 43.Rb4 Nd5 0–1 (43) Mamedyarov,S (2757)-Navara,D (2656) Mainz GER 2007) 7.Bd2 (7.b3 Bd6 8.Bb2 e5 9.cxd5 (9.dxe5 Nxe5 10.0-0-0 Qe7 11.cxd5 0-0 12.Nxe5 Bxe5 13.dxc6 Be6 14.Be2 Rac8 15.Bf3 bxc6 16.Ne4 Bxb2+ 17.Kxb2 Nxe4 18.Bxe4 h6 19.Ka1 a5 20.Bh7+ Kh8 21.Bd3 Rb8 22.Qc3 Bxb3 23.Rb1 a4 24.g3 Rbd8 25.Rhc1 Be6 26.Bc2 a3 27.Rb4 c5 28.Rh4 Kg8 29.Ra4 Rd2 30.Bh7+ Kxh7 31.Qxd2 c4 32.Qb4 Qf6+ 33.Qc3 Qf3 34.Rxa3 Rd8 35.Qc2+ Bf5 36.Qxc4 Rd2 37.Qxf7 Qe4 38.Qc4 Qe7 39.Qc5 Qe4 40.Rb3 Rxf2 41.Rb2 Rf3 42.Rb4 Qe6 43.Rf4 Rxf4 44.gxf4 Bg6 45.Qe5 Qh3 46.a4 Qxh2 47.Rc7 Qg1+ 48.Kb2 Bd3 49.f5 Qg5 50.Kc3 Bb1 51.a5 Qg1 52.Kb2 Bd3 53.f6 Qg2+ 54.Ka3 1–0 (54) Aronian,L (2724)-Vallejo Pons,F (2674) Khanty Mansyisk RUS 2005) 9...cxd5 10.dxe5 Nxe5 11.Nxe5 Bxe5 12.Bd3 0–0 13.Ne2 Qa5+ 14.Bc3 Bxc3+ 15.Qxc3 Qxc3+ 16.Nxc3 Bd7 17.f3 Rfc8 18.Kd2 h5 19.Ne2 Kf8 20.Nd4 Ke7 21.g3 g6 22.h3 Ne8 23.Ne2 Nc7 24.Nf4 Kd6 25.g4 Rh8 26.Rad1 a5 27.Ke2 a4 28.b4 hxg4 29.hxg4 a3 30.Kd2 Bb5 31.Ne2 Bxd3 32.Kxd3 Nb5 33.Rc1 Rxh1 34.Rxh1 Ra4 35.Rb1 Kc6 36.Nc3 Ra8 37.Rc1 Nxc3 38.Kxc3 Kb5 39.Kb3 b6 40.Rd1 Kc6 41.Rd4 f5 42.gxf5 gxf5 43.Rd3 Rh8 44.Kxa3 Rh3 45.f4 d4 46.Rxd4 Rxe3+ 47.Kb2 b5 48.Kc2 Ra3 1/2–1/2 (48) Leko,P (2728)-Ni Hua (2670) Saratov RUS 2011) 7...dxc4 8.a4 c5 9.Bxc4 cxd4 10.exd4 Nb6 11.Bd3 Nbd5 12.Nxd5 Nxd5 13.0–0 Nb4 14.Bxb4 Bxb4 15.Bxh7 1070

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un hĂ­brido entre la Chebanenko y la Merano y no es habitual en el repertoiro de Anand con negras.]

g6 16.Bxg6 fxg6 17.Qxg6+ Kf8 18.Ne5 Qe7 19.Rac1 Qh7 20.Qg3 Ke8 21.d5 Bd6 22.Rfe1 Bd7 23.h3 Bxe5 24.Rxe5 Rg8 25.Qe3 Rg6 26.dxe6 Bc6 27.Rxc6 bxc6 28.Qe4 Qg7 29.Qxc6+ Ke7 30.Qc5+ Ke8 31.Qc6+ Ke7 32.Re3 Ra7 33.Qc5+ Ke8 34.Qc6+ Ke7 35.Qb6 Rxg2+ 36.Kf1 Rg1+ 37.Ke2 Ra8 38.Qb7+ Kd6 39.Rd3+ Kxe6 40.Qc6+ 1–0 (40) Carlsen,M (2815)Nakamura,H (2774) Monaco MNC 2011) 5...b5 6.b3 Bg4 7.h3 Bxf3 8.Qxf3 g6 9.Bd3 Bg7 10.0–0 0–0 11.Rd1 Re8 12.Bb2 e6 13.Rac1 Nbd7 14.Qe2 Qb8 15.Qc2 Rc8 16.a4 bxc4 17.bxc4 c5 18.dxc5 Nxc5 19.Be2 Nb3 20.Nxd5 exd5 21.Rb1 dxc4 22.Bxc4 Qc7 23.Qxb3 Qxc4 24.Rd8+ Rxd8 25.Qxc4 Rab8 26.Qc2 Rbc8 27.Qe2 Rc6 28.Rd1 Rdc8 29.Qf3 Rb6 30.Bd4 Rbc6 31.Rb1 Ne8 32.g3 Bxd4 33.exd4 Kg7 34.a5 Rf6 35.Qd3 Rcc6 36.d5 Rcd6 37.Qd4 Nc7 38.Rb6 Nb5 39.Qe5 h6 40.f4 g5 41.f5 h5 42.g4 h4 43.Rc6 Rxc6 44.dxc6 Nd6 45.c7 Nc8 46.Qe8 Nd6 47.Qd8 Nb7 48.Qxf6+ 1– 0 (48) Gelfand,B (2750)-Gashimov,V (2740) Nice FRA 2010]

6.b3 [Hay varias alternativas aquí como Dc2, que es la mås usada,Ad3 o c5 y a4 que incluso el propio Gelfand había utilizado.] [6.c5 Nbd7 (6...b6 7.cxb6 Nbd7 8.Bd3 c5 9.0-0 Qxb6 10.b3 cxd4 11.exd4 Be7 12.Bf4 0-0 13.Na4 Qa7 14.Rc1 Bb7 15.b4 Rfc8 16.Nc5 Qb6 17.a4 Bxc5 18.bxc5 Qa5 19.Ne5 Nxe5 20.Bxe5 Nd7 21.Bd6 Bc6 22.Bc2 Qb4 23.Rb1 Qc4 24.Qd2 g6 1–0 (24) Gelfand,B (2756) Feller,S (2570) Ohrid MKD 2009) 7.b4 b6 8.Bb2 a5 9.a3 Be7 10.Bd3 0–0 11.0–0 Qc7 12.Qe2 axb4 13.axb4 Bb7 14.h3 bxc5 15.bxc5 Rxa1 16.Rxa1 Ra8 17.Qd1 Rxa1 18.Qxa1 h6 19.Qa4 Bd8 20.Na2 Qa5 21.Qxa5 Bxa5 22.Bc3 Bc7 23.Nd2 Kf8 24.Nb3 Ke7 25.Ba5 Kd8 26.Nb4 Nb8 27.Kf1 Bxa5 28.Nxa5 Kc7 29.Ke2 Bc8 30.Nb3 Ng8 31.f3 Ne7 32.e4 dxe4 33.fxe4 Nd7 34.Ke3 Bb7 35.Bc4 Nf6 36.Nd2 Nd7 37.Ba2 Kd8 38.Nc4 Nc8 39.Bb3 Kc7 40.e5 f6 41.Nd3 Ba6 42.Nf4 Nf8 43.Nd6 Kd7 44.Nh5 fxe5 45.dxe5 Ne7 46.g3 g5 47.Nf6+ Kc7 48.Nf7 Bf1 49.Nxh6 Bxh3 50.Ne4 g4 51.Kd4 Bg2 52.Nf6 Bd5 53.Bd1 Bf3 54.Bc2 Kd8 55.Ne4 Nd5 56.Nf2 Ne7 57.Bd3 Kc7 58.Be4 Bxe4 59.Kxe4 Nd7 60.Nd3 Nd5 61.Nxg4 Kd8 62.Nh2 Nc3+ 63.Ke3 Nd5+ 64.Kd4 Ne7 65.Ke4 Ng6 66.Nf3 Ke7 67.Nd4 Nb8 68.Kf3 Kf7 69.Kg4 Ne7 70.Kh5 Nf5 71.Ne2 Ne3 72.g4 Nd5 73.g5 Nd7 74.g6+ Kg7 75.Kg5 Kg8 76.Nef4 Nxf4 77.Kxf4 Kf8 78.Kg4 Kg8 79.Kh5 Kh8 80.Kh6 Kg8 81.Kg5 Kg7 82.Nf4 Nxe5 83.Nxe6+ Kg8 84.Kf6 Nd7+ 85.Kf5 Kh8 86.Kg5 Kg8 87.Kh6 Ne5 88.Nd4 Ng4+ 89.Kg5 Ne5 90.Nf5 Kh8 91.Kf6 Ng4+ 92.Ke6 Kg8 93.Ne7+ Kg7

5.Nf3 a6 [Diagram

+ + + + + + + + + + +! ! + +" #+ $ !$+ & '! ! + !! !( ) * %Q,-%+*. /012345678 Esto si es una sorpresa ya que la jugada habitual es 5....Cbd7 planteando la Merano con miles de partidas, la elecciĂłn de a6 es 1071

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94.Nxc6 1–0 (94) Aronian,L (2754)Akopian,V (2696) Nalchik RUS 2009; 6.a4 c5 7.cxd5 (7.Bd3 Nc6 8.0-0 Be7 9.cxd5 exd5 10.dxc5 0-0 11.b3 Bxc5 12.Ne2 Bg4 13.Bb2 Qe7 14.Rc1 Bd6 15.Ng3 Ne4 16.Be2 Rfd8 17.Nd4 Nxg3 18.hxg3 Bxe2 19.Qxe2 Nxd4 20.Bxd4 Qe6 21.Qb2 f6 22.b4 Rac8 23.b5 axb5 24.Qxb5 Qf7 25.Rfd1 Bf8 26.Rxc8 Rxc8 27.Bb6 Rc4 28.a5 d4 29.Bxd4 Rb4 30.Qf5 Qb3 31.Rc1 Rb5 32.Qd7 Rxa5 33.g4 Qd5 34.Qc8 Rb5 35.Qe8 Ra5 36.Rc8 Qf7 37.Rc7 1–0 (37) Kramnik,V (2791)-Movsesian,S (2721) Moscow RUS 2010) 7...exd5 8.Be2 Nc6 9.0–0 Bd6 10.b3 cxd4 11.Nxd4 Nxd4 12.Qxd4 Qc7 13.f4 Bc5 14.Qe5+ Qe7 15.Ba3 Bxe3+ 16.Kh1 Qxe5 17.fxe5 Bd4 18.exf6 Bxc3 19.fxg7 Bxa1 20.gxh8Q+ Bxh8 21.Rc1 Bf6 22.Bd3 h6 23.h3 Bd7 24.Re1+ Be6 25.Bf5 Kd7 26.Bxe6+ fxe6 27.Rf1 Be7 28.Rf7 Re8 29.Rh7 d4 30.Kg1 e5 31.Kf2 Ke6 32.Bxe7 Rxe7 33.Rxh6+ Kd5 34.g4 Rf7+ 35.Ke2 Ke4 36.Re6 d3+ 37.Ke1 Kd4 38.g5 e4 39.g6 Rf3 40.h4 Ke3 41.Rd6 Rh3 42.Kf1 Rxh4 0–1 (42) Gelfand,B (2703)-Van Wely,L (2697) Monaco MNC 2002; 6.Qc2 ahora con e6 se suele trasponer al orden con 4...a6 6...c5 (6...Nbd7) 7.dxc5 Bxc5 8.a3 dxc4 9.Bxc4 b5 10.Bd3 Bb7 11.Nxb5 Nbd7 12.Nc3 Bxf3 13.gxf3 0–0 14.f4 e5 15.f5 a5 16.Bd2 Rc8 17.Bb5 Bb6 18.0–0–0 Qe7 19.Kb1 Nc5 20.Be1 e4 21.Nd5 Nxd5 22.Rxd5 Qb7 23.Rd1 Bd8 24.a4 Bf6 25.Bxa5 Nxa4 26.Qxa4 Rc5 27.Rd7 Qxb5 28.Qxb5 Rxb5 29.b4 Bc3 30.Kc2 Bxb4 31.Bxb4 Rxb4 32.Rc7 Rb5 33.f6 g6 34.Rd1 Rf5 35.Rd2 Rxf6 36.Kd1 Ra8 37.Re7 Ra1+ 38.Ke2 Rh1 39.Rxe4 Rxh2 40.Kf1 Rh1+ 41.Kg2 Ra1 42.Rdd4 Kg7 43.Rf4 Rxf4 44.Rxf4 h5 45.Rb4 g5 46.Rb5 Kg6 47.e4 h4 48.Rb6+ Kg7 49.f3 Ra2+ 50.Kh3 Rf2 51.Kg4 Rg2+ 52.Kf5 h3 53.Rb1 Rg3

54.Rh1 Kh6 55.f4 Rf3 56.Ke5 g4 57.Kf5 Kh5 58.Ra1 Kh4 59.Ra2 g3 60.Ra8 g2 61.Rg8 Rf1 62.Rg4+ Kh5 63.Rg3 Rf3 64.Rg8 Kh6 65.e5 Kh7 66.Rg4 h2 67.Kf6 g1Q 0–1 (67) Gelfand,B (2758) Ponomariov,R (2739) Moscow RUS 2009] 6...Bb4 [Diagram

+ + + + + + + + + + + ! ! + +" #+! $ !$+ & '!+ + !! !( ) * %Q,-%+*. /012345678 la jugada normal.] 7.Bd2 Nbd7 [TambiÊn se juega primero 0–0 y luego Cbd7.] 8.Bd3 [la jugada habitual otras alternativas son] [8.g3 0–0 9.Bg2 Qe7 10.0–0 Bd6 11.Qc2 Re8 12.e4 dxe4 13.Ng5 e5 14.Ncxe4 h6 15.Nxd6 Qxd6 16.dxe5 Nxe5 17.Nf3 Nxf3+ 18.Bxf3 Bg4 19.Bf4 Qe6 20.Bxg4 Qxg4 21.Rfe1 Qf3 22.h3 Nh5 23.Be5 Rxe5 24.Rxe5 Nxg3 25.Kh2 Nf1+ 26.Kg1 Ng3 27.Kh2 Nf1+ 28.Kg1 Ng3 29.Kh2 1/2–1/2 (29) Sasikiran, K (2694)Balogh,C (2616) Beijing CHN 2008; 8.Qc2 Qe7 9.Be2 0–0 10.0–0 e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Qxe5 14.Ne4 Be7 15.Ng3 Be6 16.Bc3 Qd6 17.Qb2 Rac8 18.Rfd1 Qb6 19.Bd4 Qa5 20.a3 Rc6 21.Bd3 Rd8 22.b4 Qc7 23.a4 Qd6 24.b5 axb5 25.axb5 Rcc8 26.Ra7 Qb8 27.b6 Ne8 28.Qb1 h6 29.Qb2 Bf6 30.h3 Rc6 31.Nh5 Bxd4 32.Qxd4 g6 33.Nf4 Ng7 34.g4 g5 35.Nxe6 Nxe6 36.Qf6 Nc5 37.Qd4 Qd6 1072

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16.Bc3 h6 17.Qb2 Re8 18.Bxf6 Qxf6 19.Qxf6 gxf6 20.Rac1 Kf8 21.Rfd1 Bg4 22.Be2 Be6 23.Bf3 Rac8 24.Ne2 Ba3 25.Rc3 Bb4 26.Rxc8 Rxc8 27.Nf4 Rc2 28.Bxd5 Bg4 29.f3 Bc5 30.Re1 Bc8 31.Kf1 Ba3 32.Re2 Rc1+ 33.Kf2 b6 34.Be4 Bd7 35.Rd2 f5 36.Rxd7 fxe4 37.Rd2 Bb4 38.Re2 exf3 39.gxf3 b5 40.Nd3 1–0 (40) Ivanchuk Vassily (UKR) (2711)-Riazantsev Alexander (RUS) (2596) Moscow (Russia) 2005) 11.Rad1 (11.Rfe1 Re8 12.e4 dxc4 13.Bxc4 b5 14.Bf1 e5 15.h3 Bb7 16.dxe5 Nxe5 17.Nh4 Rad8 18.Nf5 Qc5 19.Rac1 Bc8 20.Ng3 h5 21.Red1 h4 22.Nge2 Rd3 23.Bf4 Nxe4 24.Rxd3 Nxd3 25.Be3 Nexf2 26.Bxc5 Bxc5 27.Kh2 Bd6+ 28.g3 hxg3+ 29.Nxg3 Re3 30.Nce2 Ne4 31.Qxc6 Bf5 32.Rd1 Nxg3 33.Qxd6 Nxf1+ 34.Kg1 Rxe2 35.Rxd3 Ne3 36.Qd8+ Kh7 37.Qh4+ 1–0 (37) Lautier,J (2680)-Sakaev, K (2668) Khanty Mansyisk RUS 2005) 11...Re8 12.h3 dxc4 13.bxc4 e5 14.Ne4 Nxe4 15.Bxb4 Qxb4 16.Bxe4 exd4 17.exd4 Nf6 1/2–1/2 (17) Akopian,V (2689) Gurevich,M (2672) Belfort FRA 2004) 10...Nxe5 11.dxe5 Nd7 12.f4 f6 (12...g6 13.Qc2 b5 14.cxd5 cxd5 15.Ne2 Bc5 16.Nd4 Bb7 17.Bc3 b4 18.Bb2 a5 19.Bb5 Bb6 20.Bxd7 Qxd7 21.Qd2 Rac8 22.a4 Ba6 23.Rf2 Qe7 24.h3 Rc7 25.Rc1 Rxc1+ 26.Bxc1 Rc8 27.Bb2 Rc7 28.Kh2 Rc8 29.Kg1 Rc7 30.Kh2 Rc8 31.Qd1 Kf8 32.Qd2 1/2–1/2 (32) Riazantsev,A (2710)-Eljanov,P (2704) Sochi RUS 2012) 13.Qc2 h6 14.a3 Bc5 15.b4 Ba7 16.exf6 Nxf6 17.c5 b6 18.cxb6 Bxb6 19.Na4 Ba7 20.Rae1 e5 21.fxe5 Qxe5 22.Nc5 Qe7 23.h3 Bxc5 24.Qxc5 Qxc5 25.bxc5 Be6 26.Bc3 Rab8 27.Rb1 Nd7 28.Rxf8+ Rxf8 29.Bd4 Rb8 30.Rxb8+ Nxb8 31.Kf2 Kf7 32.Ke1 g6 33.Kd2 Bf5 34.Bf1 Ke6 35.Kc3 Bb1 36.Kb4 Ba2

38.Bf5 Rxb6 39.Ra2 Ne6 40.Qd3 Ng7 41.Bh7+ Kh8 42.Rad2 Qe5 43.Be4 Rbd6 44.Bf3 Ne6 45.Qb5 b6 46.Kg2 Kg7 47.Rc2 Kf6 48.Rc6 Rxc6 49.Qxc6 Rd6 50.Qa8 Kg7 51.Rxd5 Rxd5 52.Qxd5 Qxd5 53.Bxd5 Kf6 54.h4 b5 55.hxg5+ hxg5 56.Kf3 Ke5 57.Ba2 f6 58.Bxe6 Kxe6 59.Ke4 Kd6 60.Kd4 Kc6 61.f3 Kd6 62.f4 Kc6 63.f5 b4 64.Kc4 b3 65.Kxb3 Kd5 66.Kb4 Ke4 67.Kc5 Kxe3 68.Kd5 1/2–1/2 (68) Kuzubov,Y (2541)-Gagunashvili,M (2542) Hastings ENG 2006] 8...0-0 [Diagram

+ + + + + + + + + + + + ! ! + +" #+! $% !$+ & '!+ % !! !( ) * +Q,- +*. /012345678 Hay una alternativa aquí para el negro que es] [8...Qe7 9.0–0 0–0 (9...e5 10.dxe5 Nxe5 11.Nxe5 Qxe5 12.Nxd5 Nxd5 13.cxd5 Bxd2 14.Qxd2 Qxd5 15.Qc2 Qh5 16.f4 0-0 17.e4 f6 18.Rae1 Be6 19.e5 f5 20.Bc4 Qf7 21.Rd1 Rad8 22.Rd3 Bxc4 23.bxc4 b5 24.cxb5 Rxd3 25.Qxd3 axb5 26.a3 Ra8 27.h3 h6 28.Kh1 Qc4 29.Rf3 Qxd3 30.Rxd3 c5 31.Rd5 b4 32.axb4 cxb4 33.Rb5 Ra1+ 34.Kh2 Rb1 35.Rb7 b3 36.e6 Re1 37.Rb8+ Kh7 38.Rxb3 1/2–1/2 (38) Caselas Cabanas, J (2418)-Zhukova,N (2489) Athens GRE 2008) 10.Ne5 (10.Qc2 h6 (10...e5 11.dxe5 Nxe5 12.Nxe5 Qxe5 13.cxd5 cxd5 14.Ne2 Bd6 15.Ng3 Qe7 1073

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26.Bg2 bxc4 27.Qxc4 Rxb3 28.Rxb3 Rxb3 29.Qxb3 c5 30.Qc4 cxd4 31.Nxd4 Qb7 32.Bf1 Ng4 33.Qxa6 Qb2 34.Qa5 Nd7 35.Qc3 Qb8 36.Kg2 Nxf2 37.Kxf2 Bxg3+ 38.Ke2 Bxh4 39.Kd1 Ne5 40.a5 Qb1+ 41.Bc1 Ng4 42.Qb3 Qa1 43.a6 Bg5 44.Nc2 Nf2+ 45.Kd2 Qa5+ 46.Qb4 Qd5+ 47.Qd4 Qa5+ 48.Nb4 Be7 49.Bb2 Bxb4+ 50.Kc2 Qa4+ 51.Kb1 f6 52.Qd5+ Kg7 53.Bb5 Qa5 54.Qb7+ Kh6 55.a7 Be7 56.a8Q Qb4 57.Qd5 f5 58.Qe5 1โ 0 (58) Nepomniachtchi,I (2718)-Inarkiev,E (2695) Sochi RUS 2012; 10.Qc2 h6

37.Bd3 g5 38.g4 Bc4 39.Bf5+ Ke7 40.Bg7 Bf1 41.Bxh6 Bxh3 42.Bxg5+ Ke8 43.Bg6+ Kf8 44.Bf4 Nd7 45.Bd6+ Kg8 46.g5 1โ 0 (46) Aronian,L (2737)-Navara,D (2646) Sochi 2008] 9.0-0 Bd6 [Las negras pueden jugar 9...Qe7 que traspone a la variantes del comentario anterior y que es la alternativa.] 10.Rc1 [Diagram

+ + + + + + + + + + + +! ! + +" #+! $% !$+ & '!+ % !! !( )+ *Q+*,- . /012345678

a) 10...b6 11.Rfe1 (11.Rad1 Qc7 12.h3 Bb7 13.e4 dxc4 14.bxc4 e5 15.dxe5 Nxe5 16.Nxe5 Bxe5 17.f4 Bd4+ 18.Kh1 c5 19.Ne2 Rfd8 20.Ng3 g6 21.Bc1 Rd7 22.e5 Ne8 23.Be4 f5 24.exf6 Nxf6 25.Bxb7 Qxb7 26.f5 gxf5 27.Nxf5 Ne4 28.Rf4 Re8 29.Rg4+ Kh8 30.Nxd4 cxd4 31.Bb2 h5 32.Rxd4 Rxd4 33.Bxd4+ Kh7 34.Rg7+ Qxg7 35.Bxg7 Kxg7 36.Qb2+ Kh7 37.Qxb6 h4 38.Kg1 Ng3 39.Kf2 1โ 0 (39) Lysyj,I (2629)-Kobalia,M (2679) Khanty-Mansiysk RUS 2011; 11.e4 dxc4 12.Bxc4 e5 13.Rad1 b5 14.Be2 Re8 15.dxe5 Bxe5 16.Nxe5 Nxe5 17.Kh1 Ng6 18.Be3 Qe7 19.f3 Bb7 20.Rfe1 Rac8 21.Bf1 h6 22.Qb2 Red8 23.Rxd8+ Rxd8 24.Rd1 Nd5 25.Bc1 Nxc3 26.Rxd8+ Qxd8 27.Qxc3 Nf8 28.Be3 Qd1 29.Kg1 Ne6 30.b4 Nd8 31.Qd3 Qxd3 32.Bxd3 Bc8 33.Kf2 Nb7 34.Ba7 Be6 35.a3 Nd6 36.Bc2 Nc4 37.a4 f6 38.a5 Kf7 39.Bc5 Na3 40.Bd1 Nc4 41.f4 g6 42.Be2 Ke8 43.g3 h5 44.Bd4 Ke7 45.Bf3 Bd7 46.Bg2 f5 47.Bc5+ Ke6 48.e5 Be8 49.Ke2 Kd7 50.Kd3 Bf7 51.Bd4 Bd5 52.Bxd5 cxd5 53.Bc3 Kc7 54.Kd4 Kc6 55.Kd3 Kd7 56.Bd2 Nb2+ 57.Kc3 Nd1+ 58.Kd4 Kc6 59.Be3 Nb2 60.Bc1 Nd1 61.e6 Kd6 62.e7 Kxe7

Gelfand se aparta de lo mรกs jugado que es Dc2 y que el ya habรญa jugado antes, quizรกs para apartarse de la preparaciรณn de Anand,ademรกs hay otras alternativas veamos:] [10.e4 dxc4 11.bxc4 e5 12.c5 Bc7 13.Na4 exd4 14.h3 Re8 15.Re1 h6 16.Rb1 Nh7 17.Bc4 Qf6 18.Rb3 Nhf8 19.Bc1 Ng6 20.Nxd4 Nde5 21.Bf1 Rd8 22.Bb2 Nh4 23.Ree3 Qg5 24.g3 Nhg6 25.Qc2 h5 26.Bg2 h4 27.f4 Nxf4 28.gxf4 Qxf4 29.Nb6 Ng4 30.hxg4 Bxg4 31.Nxa8 Qh2+ 32.Kf1 Bg3 33.Rxg3 hxg3 34.Qd3 Bh3 35.Qxg3 Qh1+ 36.Kf2 Bxg2 37.Qxg2 Qh4+ 38.Ke2 1โ 0 (38) Kasparov,G (2800) -Gelfand,B (2700) Linares 1991; 10.Re1 h6 11.Rc1 Re8 12.h3 dxc4 13.bxc4 e5 14.Qc2 Qe7 15.Nh4 Nf8 16.Nf5 Bxf5 17.Bxf5 e4 18.h4 b5 19.Ne2 N8d7 20.a4 g6 21.Bh3 Reb8 22.Rb1 Ra7 23.Rb3 Rab7 24.Reb1 h5 25.g3 Nf8 1074

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63.Kxd5 Kd7 64.Bd2 Nf2 65.Be3 Nd3 66.Bc5 Ne1 67.Ke5 Nd3+ 68.Kd4 Nf2 69.Kd5 Nd3 70.Kd4 Nf2 71.Kd5 1/2–1/2 (71) Hauchard,A (2526)-Riazantsev,A (2682) Biel SUI 2010) 11...Qc7 12.h3 h6 13.Rac1 Bb7 14.e4 dxe4 15.Nxe4 Nxe4 16.Bxe4 c5 17.Bxb7 1/2–1/2 (17) Jakovenko,D (2718)-Kobalia,M (2666) Moscow RUS 2011;

Jakovenko,D (2716) -Rublevsky,S (2681) Poikovsky RUS 2011) 12...e5 13.cxd5 Nxd5 14.Rad1 exd4 15.Nxd4 Nb4 16.Bh7+ Kh8 17.Qb1 Nd5 18.Bf5 Qc7 19.Rfe1 N7f6 20.e4 Ne7 21.Bxc8 Raxc8 22.Qc1 c5 23.Nf3 Ng4 24.Ba5 Qxa5 25.Rxd6 Qxa2 26.Re2 Qxb3 27.h3 Nxf2 28.Rxf2 Kg8 29.Nh5 Rc6 30.Rd7 Ng6 31.Qa1 1–0 (31) Gelfand,B (2723) -Sokolov,I (2689) Wijk aan Zee 2006]

b) 10...e5 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.e4 exd4 13.Nxd5 Nxd5 14.exd5 Nf6 15.Rfe1 Bg4 16.Nxd4 Rc8 17.Qb2 Rc5 18.h3 Rxd5 19.Bc3 Bc5 20.hxg4 Bxd4 21.Bxd4 Rxd4 22.g5 Ng4 23.Be2 Rf4 24.Bf3 Qxg5 25.Qd2 Qf6 26.Rad1 Rxf3 27.gxf3 Ne5 28.Rxe5 Qxe5 29.Qe3 Qf6 30.Qe4 b5 31.a4 bxa4 32.bxa4 g6 33.Rd5 Rc8 34.Kg2 Rc3 35.f4 Rc8 36.a5 Rd8 37.Qe5 0–1 (37) Peralta,F (2558)-Illescas Cordoba,M (2603) Barcelona 2008; 11.Ne2 (11.h3 e5 12.cxd5 cxd5 13.e4 dxe4 14.Nxe4 Nxe4 15.Bxe4 exd4 16.Nxd4 Nf6 17.Bf3 Be5 18.Bc3 Qb6 19.Rad1 Bd7 20.Qd2 Rac8 21.Ba5 Qa7 22.Qb4 b5 23.Rfe1 Rfe8 24.a4 bxa4 25.bxa4 Rb8 26.Qc4 Rbc8 27.Qb4 Rb8 28.Qc4 Rbc8 1/2–1/2 (28) Tomashevsky,E (2699)-Jakovenko,D (2726) Moscow RUS 2010) 11...Re8 12.Ng3 (12.Rad1 e5 13.dxe5 Nxe5 14.Nxe5 Bxe5 15.cxd5 cxd5 16.h3 Bd7 17.Bc3 Rc8 18.Qb2 Bxc3 19.Nxc3 Qc7 20.Ne2 Qe5 21.Qxe5 Rxe5 22.Rfe1 a5 23.Nd4 Rc3 24.f3 g6 25.Kf2 Kf8 26.Rd2 Re8 27.g4 Rec8 28.Ne2 R3c5 29.Rb1 Bb5 30.Bxb5 Rxb5 31.Nd4 Rbc5 32.b4 axb4 33.Rxb4 R8c7 34.Rdb2 Ra5 35.Rb6 Nd7 36.Rxg6 Ne5 37.Rgb6 Nd3+ 38.Kg3 Nxb2 39.Rxb2 b5 40.Rxb5 Rxb5 41.Nxb5 Rc2 42.a4 Rc4 43.Nd4 Rxa4 44.Nf5 Ra6 45.h4 Re6 46.Kf4 Kg8 47.h5 Kh7 48.Nd4 Re8 49.Nb5 Re6 50.Nd4 1/2–1/2 (50)

10...e5 [10...h6 11.Ne2 b6 12.Ng3 Bb7 13.Bc3 c5 14.cxd5 Nxd5 15.Ba1 Rc8 16.Bb1 Be7 17.Qd3 N5f6 18.e4 g6 19.d5 exd5 20.exd5 Nxd5 21.Nf5 Bf6 22.Nd6 Nb4 23.Qe3 Bxf3 24.Bxf6 Qxf6 25.Nxc8 Rxc8 26.Qxf3 Qxf3 27.gxf3 Nf6 28.Rfd1 Nbd5 29.Be4 Nf4 30.Kf1 Re8 31.Rc4 b5 32.Rxc5 Nxe4 33.fxe4 Rxe4 34.Rc3 Re6 35.h4 Kg7 36.Re3 Rf6 37.Rf3 g5 38.hxg5 hxg5 39.Rg3 Kg6 40.Rc1 Rd6 41.Re3 f6 42.Rec3 Rd2 43.R3c2 Rd4 44.Rc6 a5 45.R6c5 b4 46.Rxa5 Rd2 47.Re1 Nd3 48.Re3 Nf4 49.Ke1 Rb2 50.Rf3 Rb1+ 51.Kd2 Rb2+ 52.Kc1 Re2 53.Kd1 Re4 54.Rc5 g4 55.Re3 Rd4+ 56.Kc2 Rd6 57.Rc4 Nd5 58.Rxg4+ Kf5 59.Reg3 Nf4 60.Rh4 Rc6+ 61.Kb1 Re6 62.Rf3 Re1+ 63.Kc2 Re2+ 64.Kd1 Re4 65.Kd2 Re2+ 66.Kd1 Re4 67.Re3 Rd4+ 68.Kc2 Kg5 69.Rh1 Rd6 70.Rg1+ Kf5 71.Rd1 Rc6+ 72.Kb2 Ng2 73.Rg3 Nf4 74.Rf3 Ke4 75.Re3+ Kf5 76.Rd4 Ng6 77.Rxb4 1–0 (77) Aronian,L (2786)-Jakovenko,D (2736) Moscow RUS 2009; 10...Re8 11.h3 (11.e4 dxc4 12.Bxc4 b5 13.e5 bxc4 14.exd6 Nb6 15.Bg5 Qxd6 16.Bxf6 gxf6 17.bxc4 Nxc4 18.Ne4 Qf4 19.Nxf6+ Qxf6 20.Rxc4 Rb8 21.Ne5 c5 22.Rc3 Rb7 23.Qh5 Kf8 24.Rf3 Qg7 25.Rg3 1–0 (25) Wojtaszek, R (2637)-Cramling,P (2525) Stockholm SWE 2009) 11...h6 (11...e5 12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Bxe5 14.cxd5 1075

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cxd5 15.Ne2 Ne4 16.Bxe4 dxe4 17.Bc3 Bd6 18.Qd4 Bf8 19.Qxd8 Rxd8 20.Ba5 Rd5 21.Bb6 Bd7 22.Rfd1 Rxd1+ 23.Rxd1 Bc6 24.Rc1 Ba3 25.Rc2 Be7 26.Nd4 Rc8 27.Nf5 Re8 28.g4 f6 29.Kg2 g6 30.Nd4 Rc8 31.Bc5 Bd8 32.Nxc6 Rxc6 33.Rd2 Bc7 34.Ba3 b5 35.Bb2 Ba5 36.Rd7 Be1 37.Bd4 Rc2 38.Kf1 Bxf2 39.a4 bxa4 40.bxa4 Bh4 41.Ra7 Rf2+ 42.Kg1 Re2 43.Rxa6 Re1+ 44.Kg2 Re2+ 45.Kf1 Re1+ 1/2–1/2 (45) Sargissian,G (2677)-Rublevsky,S (2683) Khanty-Mansiysk RUS 2010) 12.e4 dxc4 13.bxc4 e5 14.c5 Bc7 15.Be3 exd4 16.Bxd4 Nh5 17.e5 Nf4 18.Bc4 Ne6 19.Bxe6 Rxe6 20.Ne4 Nf8 21.Nd6 Bd7 22.Nxb7 Qe7 23.Nd6 Rg6 24.Kh1 Be6 25.Ba1 Bxa2 26.Nf5 Qd8 27.Qxd8 Bxd8 28.N3d4 Kh7 29.Ne3 Ne6 30.f4 Nxd4 31.Bxd4 Re6 32.Ra1 Bd5 33.Nxd5 cxd5 34.Rfd1 Be7 35.Bf2 Rd8 36.Rab1 g5 37.fxg5 hxg5 38.Rb7 Kg6 39.c6 Rc8 40.c7 Bf8 41.Rxd5 Ree8 42.g4 Bg7 43.Bg3 1–0 (43) Jakovenko,D (2725)-Vitiugov,N (2707) Poikovsky RUS 2010] 11.cxd5 [11.dxe5 es la alternativa pero se suele cambiar primero en d5.] 11...cxd5 12.e4!?

[12.dxe5 Nxe5 13.Nxe5 Bxe5 14.Ne2 (14.h3 Bd7 15.Ne2 Rc8 16.Rxc8 (16.Bc3 Bxc3 17.Nxc3 Qa5 18.Qe1 Qb6 19.Qd2 Rc7 20.Ne2 Rfc8 21.Nd4 a5 22.Rxc7 Qxc7 23.Ne2 Qb6 24.Rc1 Rc5 25.Nd4 Qb4 26.Qb2 b6 27.a3 Rxc1+ 28.Qxc1 Qd6 29.Qb2 Ne8 30.Be2 Nc7 31.Qc3 Qc5 32.Qb2 Qd6 33.b4 axb4 34.axb4 g6 35.Qc3 h5 36.Bd3 Qe5 37.h4 Ne6 38.Ne2 Qxc3 39.Nxc3 Nc7 40.Kh2 Kg7 41.Kg3 Kf6 42.Kf4 Ne6+ 43.Kg3 Nc7 44.Kf4 Ne6+ 45.Kg3 Ke5 1/2–1/2 (45) Bukavshin,I (2502)-Rublevsky,S (2682) Taganrog RUS 2011) 16...Qxc8 17.Qb1 Qb8 18.Rc1 Rc8 19.Bc3 Bxc3 20.Rxc3 Rxc3 21.Nxc3 Qd6 22.Ne2 a5 23.Qb2 Qb4 24.Qc1 b6 25.Nd4 Qc5 26.Qb2 h6 27.a3 Ne4 28.Ne2 Ng5 29.Qe5 Ne6 30.Qb8+ Qf8 31.Qxb6 Qxa3 32.Qb8+ Nf8 33.Nd4 a4 34.Bf1 Qb2 0–1 (34) Pavlovic,M (2541)Rublevsky,S (2684) Valjevo SRB 2011) 14...Bg4 (14...Ne4 15.Bxe4 dxe4 16.Bc3 Bg4 17.Bxe5 Qxd1 18.Rfxd1 Bxe2 19.Rd7 Rac8 20.Rdc7 Rxc7 21.Rxc7 f6 22.Bd4 Rf7 23.Rc8+ Rf8 24.Rc7 Rf7 25.Rc8+ Rf8 26.Rc7 1/2–1/2 (26) Khismatullin,D (2659)-Jakovenko,D (2726) Moscow RUS 2010; 14...Bd7 15.Bc3 Qb8 16.h3 Rc8 17.Qd2 Bxc3 18.Rxc3 Qe5 19.Rfc1 g6 20.a4 Kg7 21.a5 Rxc3 22.Qxc3 Qxc3 23.Rxc3 Kf8 24.Nd4 Ke7 25.f3 Kd6 26.h4 Ne8 27.g4 Nc7 28.Kf2 Re8 29.Rc1 Ne6 30.Nxe6 Bxe6 31.b4 Rb8 32.g5 Bd7 33.f4 b6 34.Kf3 bxa5 35.bxa5 Rb3 36.Bxa6 1/2–1/2 (36) Goloshchapov,A (2580) -Antoniewski,R (2585) Hamburg GER 2011; 14...Ng4 15.h3 Nf6 16.Bc3 Qe7 17.Qc2 Bxc3 18.Qxc3 Bd7 19.Nd4 Rfc8 20.Qa5 Qd6 21.Be2 g6 22.Bf3 h5 23.Qd2 Qa3 24.Rc3 Rxc3 25.Qxc3 Rc8 26.Qa1 a5 27.Rd1 Qe7 28.Ne2 Rc5 29.Nf4 Be6 30.Qe5 Nd7 31.Qd4 Nf6 32.a4 b6

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33.Qe5 Nd7 34.Qb2 Nf6 35.Qd4 Kh7 36.Nd3 Rc6 37.Ne5 Rc5 38.Nd3 Rc6 39.Nf4 Rc5 40.g3 Bf5 41.b4 axb4 42.Qxb4 Qc7 43.Qd4 Qe7 44.Qb4 Qc7 45.Kg2 Be4 46.Bxe4 dxe4 47.Rb1 Rc6 48.Qf8 g5 49.Ne2 Qd7 50.Nd4 Rc8 51.Qa3 Nd5 52.Rb5 h4 53.g4 Nf4+ 54.exf4 Qxd4 55.Qe7 Qc4 56.Rxg5 Rc5 57.f5 Rc6 58.Qf8 1–0 (58) Dreev,A (2705)-Godena,M (2527) Warsaw POL 2005) 15.f3 Bh5 16.Bc3 Qd6 17.Bxe5 Qxe5 18.Qd2 Rfe8 19.Rc3 Bg6 20.Bxg6 hxg6 21.Qd4 Qe7 22.Rfc1 Rad8 23.Kf2 Qd6 24.h3 Rd7 25.Rc8 Rde7 26.R1c5 g5 27.Qc3 Qe6 28.Rxe8+ Rxe8 29.Nd4 Qe5 30.Rc8 g6 31.Rxe8+ Qxe8 32.Qc7 Qd7 33.Qe5 Nh7 34.a4 Qd8 35.Ne2 Nf6 36.Nc3 Qb6 37.Nxd5 Nxd5 38.Qxd5 Qb4 39.a5 b5 40.axb6 Qxb6 41.Ke2 Qc7 42.b4 Qc2+ 43.Qd2 Qb3 44.Kf2 Kh7 45.Kg1 Qc4 46.e4 Kg7 47.Qd6 Qc1+ 48.Kh2 Qc3 49.e5 Qc4 50.Qf6+ Kg8 51.e6 Qc7+ 52.f4 gxf4 53.exf7+ Qxf7 54.Qxa6 Kg7 55.Qc6 Qb3 56.Qc7+ 1–0 (56) Aronian, L (2763)Morozevich,A (2774) Yerevan 2008]

59.Be3 Be5 60.Kf3 Nd4+ 61.Bxd4 Bxd4 62.Ke2 Be5 63.Rc4 Bg7 64.f3 Bf6 65.Ke3 Bg5+ 66.Kd3 Bd2 1/2–1/2 (66) Shankland,S (2580)-Erenburg,S (2616) Philadelphia USA 2012] 13.Nxe4 Nxe4 14.Bxe4 Nf6N [Diagram

+ + + + + + + + + + + !%+ +" #+!+ +$+ & '!+ % !! !( )+ *Q+*,- . /012345678 Llega la novedad de Anand, se habían jugado 3 partidas tomando en d4.] [14...exd4 15.Rc4!? (15.Bg5 Nf6 16.Rc4 h6 17.Rxd4 hxg5 18.Rxd6 Qe7 19.Bb1 Bg4 20.Re1 Bxf3 21.Rxe7 Bxd1 22.Rxd1 Rfd8 23.Rde1 b5 24.h3 g6 25.Be4 Nxe4 26.R7xe4 Rac8 27.a4 Rd3 28.Re8+ Rxe8 29.Rxe8+ Kg7 30.Ra8 Rxb3 31.Rxa6 bxa4 32.Rxa4 Rb1+ 33.Kh2 Rb2 34.Kg1 Rb1+ 35.Kh2 Rb2 36.Kg1 Rb1+ 37.Kh2 1/2–1/2 (37) Goganov,A (2480)-Rublevsky,S (2682) Taganrog RUS 2011) 15...Nf6 (15...Nc5 16.Bg5 f6 17.Bd5+ Kh8 18.Bc1 Bxh2+ 19.Nxh2 Qxd5 20.Rxd4 Qf7 21.Ba3 b6 22.Rd6 Rb8 23.Rxb6 Rxb6 24.Bxc5 Re6 25.Bxf8 Qxf8 26.Qd2 Rd6 27.Qb4 Qd8 28.Rc1 Be6 29.Nf1 h6 30.Ne3 Qb6 31.Qe4 Kg8 32.Nc4 Bxc4 33.Qxc4+ Kf8 34.g3 Rd2 35.Qc8+ Rd8 36.Qf5 Qd6 37.Rc8 Rxc8 38.Qxc8+ Kf7 39.Qc4+ Ke7 40.Qe4+ Kf7 41.Qb7+ Kg6 42.b4 h5 43.Kg2 Qd4 44.Qxa6 Qe4+ 45.Kg1

12...dxe4 [12...exd4 parece que lleva a la igualdad pero se ha jugado poco. 13.Nxd5 Nxd5 14.exd5 h6 (14...Nf6=) 15.Nxd4 Nf6 (15...Ba3! 16.Rc2 Nf6=) 16.Nf5 Bxf5 17.Bxf5 Ba3 18.Rc4 Qxd5 19.Qc2 Be7 20.Bc3 Rad8 21.Re1 Rfe8 22.Be4 Qb5 23.Bf3 Bd6 24.Rxe8+ Rxe8 25.g3 Nh7 26.h4 Nf8 27.a4 Qd7 28.Qd3 Qe7 29.Bd5 Ne6 30.Rg4 h5 31.Re4 Bc5 32.Re5 Qf6 33.Rf5 Qg6 34.Qf3 Rc8 35.Bb2 Rc7 36.Be4 Qg4 37.Qxg4 hxg4 38.Rd5 Ba7 39.Rd2 g6 40.Bf6 Bc5 41.Kg2 Bb4 42.Re2 Be7 43.Bb2 Nc5 44.Bd5 Nd3 45.Ba1 Kf8 46.Bc4 Nc5 47.h5 gxh5 48.Re5 h4 49.gxh4 Bxh4 50.Rf5 b5 51.axb5 axb5 52.Be5 bxc4 53.Bxc7 Nxb3 54.Rf4 c3 55.Rxg4 Bf6 56.Rc4 Ke7 57.Bf4 Ke6 58.Rc6+ Kf5 1077

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h4 46.Qf1 hxg3 47.fxg3 Qxb4 48.Qd3+ Kg5 49.a3 Qb2 50.Qe3+ Kg6 51.Qe4+ f5 52.Qe3 Kf6 53.Qd3 Kg5 54.Qe3+ Kf6 55.Qf3 g6 56.Qc6+ Kg5 57.a4 Qa1+ 58.Kg2 Qb2+ 59.Kh3 Qe2 60.Qd6 Qf1+ 61.Kh2 Qf2+ 62.Kh1 Qf1+ 63.Kh2 Qf2+ 64.Kh1 Qf1+ 65.Kh2 1/2–1/2 (65) Riazantsev,A (2710)-Antoniewski,R (2559) Warsaw POL 2011) 16.Bb1 Bg4 17.Bg5 h6 18.Bh4 Bxf3 19.Qxf3 g5 20.Bg3 Bxg3 21.fxg3 Kg7 22.Qxb7 d3 23.Qb4 Re8 24.Rd4 Qc7 25.Rxd3 Rad8 26.Rdf3 Rd6 27.Bd3 a5 28.Qc4 Qb6+ 29.Kh1 Re3 30.Qb5 Rxf3 31.Rxf3 Qd4 32.h3 g4 33.hxg4 Rd5 34.Qc4 Nxg4 35.Qxd4+ Rxd4 36.Bc4 Ne5 37.Rf5 f6 38.Kg1 Kg6 39.Rf4 Rd2 40.Rf2 Rd1+ 41.Rf1 Rd2 42.Rf2 Rd1+ 43.Rf1 Rd2 44.a4 Nxc4 45.bxc4 Rc2 46.Rf4 1/2–1/2 (46) Riazantsev,A (2688)Matlakov,M (2630) St Petersburg RUS 2011]

] 17...Bf5 [17...Be6] 18.Qxd6 [No hay nada mejor que cambiar damas aunque la posiciĂłn estĂĄ igualada] [18.Nd4 Bg6=] 18...Nxd6 19.Nd4 [19.Rfd1 Rfd8=; 19.Rc7 Rfc8 20.Rfc1 Rxc7 21.Rxc7 Rc8=] 19...Rfe8 [19...Bg6=] 20.Nxf5 [MĂĄs cambios pero la posiciĂłn no da para mĂĄs.] [20.Rc7 Bg6 21.Rfc1 (21.Bf4 Nb5 22.Nxb5 axb5 23.Rxb7 Be4 24.Rb6 Bd3 25.Rc1 Rxa2=; 21.h3 Rad8 22.Rfc1 h6=) 21...Rac8=] 20...Nxf5 21.Bc5 h5! [

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15.dxe5 [Gelfand se decide por una linea de cambios que parece tablĂ­fera, con Ag5 pasaba a la linea comentada en la jugada anterior.] [15.Bg5! exd4 16.Rc4 y pasa a la variante anterior,aquĂ­ no vale tomar en d4 por (16.Qxd4? Bxh2+ 17.Kxh2 Qxd4 18.Nxd4 Nxe4;) ] 15...Nxe4 16.exd6 Qxd6 17.Be3 [Diagram

Aunque a primera vista el alfil puede parecer superior es falso ya que las negras no tienen debilidades y el caballo negro es estable.] 22.Rfd1 Rac8 23.Kf1 f6 24.Bb4 Kh7 25.Rc5 [Gelfand ofreciĂł tablas con una media hora en su reloj que fueron aceptadas por Anand que tenĂ­a cerca de 1 hora, hoy una partida mĂĄs aburrida que la de ayer en la ue Gelfand decidiĂł no arriesgar y tras dxe5 la partida derivĂł a tablas.]

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