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1.e4
c5
2.c3**
I am not so sure about this .....however it intends to build a strong centre by d4

**2... d6**
(
also possible was this
2... Nf6
3.e5
Nd5
if 4.c4 this transposes into a "good" alekhines for black , a note for the unwary ,be prepared or transpositions,especially in the openning it can mean a gr8 deal of difference.)
(
and this !
2... d5
the theme is that c3 has ruined the move Nc3 ....lol
3.e5
Nc6 Black has a slight advantage)

**3.d4
cxd4
4.cxd4**
note that white has a good centre at this point however the sicilian is quite a different beast!

**4... Nf6
5.f3**
this slightly passive move sets in motion a positional struggle maybe? if white wanted a waiting move 5.h3 was prob better

**5... g6**
this was just the move black didn't need to make since we have a kind of yugoslav attack position,which is known to be good for white
(
better was
5... e6
blacks own "minature" centre
6.Bg5
Be7
7.Nc3
a6
8.e5?!
Nd5 equal chances, quiet position)

**6.Bb5+**
not really the best me thinks consider
(6.Be3
Bg7
7.Qd2
e6
hhmmmm we see that white has development probs on the kingside....big probs in fact,hence the text move I guess)

**6... Bd7
7.Qa4
Bxb5**
no no no consider
(7... Qb6
8.Nc3
Bg7
development is the more important factor
9.Be3
O-O
10.Nge2
white still has development issues
10... Nc6
11.d5
Qxe3
12.dxc6
bxc6
13.Bxc6
Bxc6
14.Qxc6
Rac8
15.Qa4
the strength of the dragon , he he he now....
15... Rxc3
16.bxc3
Nxe4
17.fxe4
Bxc3+
18.Kf1
Bxa1 Black has a moderate advantage)
(
of course white needn't capture on 17.fe
7... Qb6
8.Nc3
Bg7
9.Be3
O-O
10.Nge2
Nc6
11.d5
Qxe3
12.dxc6
bxc6
13.Bxc6
Bxc6
14.Qxc6
Rac8
15.Qa4
Rxc3
16.bxc3
Nxe4
17.Rc1
Bxc3+
18.Rxc3
Nxc3
19.Qc2
Nxe2
20.Qxe2
Qc1+
21.Qd1
Rc8!
black easily ahead now
22.Rf1??
he he he now BAM !
22... Qe3+
23.Qe2
Rc1#
sometimes chess is just a fun thing ;-))

**8.Qxb5+
Nbd7?**
doesn't this allow
(8... Nbd7
9.Qxb7
and black is behind ,I must confess I considered taking the a pawn after 9...Rb8 10.Qxa7 Qc8! as rondino gives us ...! lol its gr8
9... Rb8
10.Qa6
Bg7
11.Ne2
Qc7
since white can now take the pawn
12.Nd2
due to material adv I give white slightly ahead)

**9.Ne2**
king safety ? or miscalculation ? who knows

**9... Bg7
10.O-O**
(10.Qxb7
Rb8
11.Qxa7)

**10... O-O**
rondino gives 10...Rc8 as a concession ? well sometimes in battle they have to be made
(10... Rb8
and wot exactly has white got ?
11.Nbc3
O-O
12.Be3
a6
13.Qd3
Ne8
I guess d5 is the "only" way of gaining space?
14.d5
Nc7
15.Bd4
white looks good,the threat is f4 ,however this is more due to blacks openning choice than the "lost" tempo on 10...Rb8)

**11.Nbc3**
at least white realises the importance of development,however a pawn is a pawn so
(11.Qxb7)

**11... Qb6**
yes with the white bishops gone,exch the queens is the next step in black securing his defence , namely from the weaknesses arising from whites d5 , as in the above line

**12.Qxb6**
? is white serious ?

**12... Nxb6
13.b3
Rac8**
better was
(13... Nbd7
14.Bb2
a6
and now wot ?
15.f4!
Ne8
16.f5
this could be premature since
16... g5?!
17.g4
black needs to hit back somewhere
17... Nc7
18.Rac1
this is easily met
18... Rac8
19.Rfd1
f6
20.Ng3
Kf7
21.Nf1
21.Nh5 is pointless
21... Rh8
22.Ne3
maybe safer is 22.Ng3 ....boring
22... Na8
23.a4
h5
24.Kg2
hxg4
25.Nxg4
Rh4
26.h3
Rch8
27.Rh1
a5
white will find its not as easy as it looks)

**14.Bd2
Nbd7
15.Rac1
e5**
this is very dynamic,at 1st I considered it positionally bad , but consider
(15... e5
16.dxe5
dxe5
17.Nd5
does black dare ?!
17... Nxd5
18.exd5
Nb6
19.Bb4
Rfd8
20.d6
Bf8
21.Rxc8
Nxc8
22.Rd1
Bxd6
23.Bxd6
Rxd6
24.Rxd6
Nxd6
25.Nc3
black a pawn up
25... f5 Black has a moderate advantage)

**16.d5**
locking in blacks bishop

**16... a6**
this parries the weakness of blacks backward pawn nicely

**17.Na4
Nc5?**
unecessary and allows white to get a passed pawn possibility in the centre
(17... Rfd8
18.Rc3
Ne8
19.Rfc1
Rxc3
20.Rxc3
and white rook can't penetrate the c-file !
20... h6
21.Be3
f5
22.Nb6
Nxb6
23.Bxb6
Rd7
24.Rc8
Kf7
timely
25.Ng3
f4 equal chances, quiet position)

**18.Nxc5
dxc5
19.a4
b5??**
blockading the d-pawn was of top priority
(19... Rfd8
20.Be3
Bf8
21.a5
Bd6!
22.Rc3
Nd7
23.Rfc1
Rb8
and if 24.b4?! the white rooks still can't penetrate blacks territory)
(19... Rfd8
20.Be3
Bf8
21.Bg5
Be7
22.f4
Nxd5
23.Bxe7
Nxe7
24.fxe5
a5?!
25.Rf6
Rc7
26.Rcf1
Nc8
27.e6
fxe6
28.Rxe6
c4!
29.bxc4
Rxc4
30.Ra1
Kf7
31.Re5
Kf6
32.Rb5
Rxe4
33.Ng3
Re7 Black has a slight advantage)

**20.axb5
axb5
21.Nc3
b4
22.Na4!**
now white is almost in cruise mode

**22... Nd7
23.Rc2
f5
24.Rfc1
fxe4
25.fxe4
Nf6
26.Bxb4**
no,just giving black a chance to hit back
(26.Rc4
Nd7
27.Bxb4)

**26... Nxe4
27.Nxc5
Nxc5
28.Rxc5
Ra8**
2 major passed pawns will be very hard to stop

**29.Ra5
Bh6??
30.Re1**
(
consider
30.Bxf8 White has a decisive advantage)

**30... Rxa5
31.Bxa5
Ra8
32.b4
Bd2
33.Rxe5
Bc3
34.Re6
Bd4+
35.Kf1
Kf7
36.Ke2
Rc8
37.Kd3
Bf6
38.Re2
Rc3+
39.Kd2
Ra3
40.d6
Ra2+
41.Ke3**
(41.Kd3
Ra3+
42.Kc4 White has a decisive advantage)

**41... Bd4+
42.Kf3
Ra3+
43.Ke4
Bf6
44.Kd5
Rd3+
45.Kc6
Rc3+
46.Kb5
Rd3
47.Bc7
Rd5+
48.Kc6**
Black resigns
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1-0
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