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22 Jul 2014

A45 Trompowsky Attack (1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 Ne4 3.Bf4 d5)

A45 Trompowsky Attack (1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 Ne4 3.Bf4 d5)

It does take a long time to go through a game properly. Sure I could have added some variation examples of games played by much better players than me in the analysis but I think this should be good enough look through to guide me in the right direction in my chess improvement. There are still a lot more games to go through and quite a lot of different opening variations that I haven't gone through. We shall see when the time comes when I ran out of different variations I have played and need to start looking at games that have been in the same variations that I have already posted. Luckily every game is unique so that I never ran out of material to post.

[Event "ICC 15 0"] [Site "Internet Chess Club"] [Date "2014.05.09"] [Round "?"] [White "Sallubhai"] [Black "Vierjoki, Timo"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A45"] [WhiteElo "1505"] [BlackElo "1768"] [Annotator "Tactical Analysis 2.10 (30s)"] [PlyCount "52"] [EventDate "2014.??.??"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 Ne4 3. Bf4 d5 {A45 Trompowsky Attack} 4. f3 (4. c3 e6 5. Nd2 Bd6 6. Bxd6 Nxd6 7. e3 Nd7 8. Ngf3 Qe7 9. Qb3 c6 10. c4 dxc4 11. Nxc4 Nxc4 12. Bxc4 O-O 13. O-O e5 14. dxe5 Nxe5 15. Nxe5 Qxe5 16. Rfd1 g6 17. a4 Rb8 18. Rd4 Bf5 {Klaric,Z (2445)-Cvitan,O (2515) Palma de Mallorca 1989 1/2-1/2 (46)}) 4... e5 (4... g5 5. Bc1 Nd6 6. Bxg5 h6 7. Bf4 e6 8. e3 Nd7 9. Bd3 c5 10. c3 cxd4 11. exd4 Qh4+ 12. Bg3 Qe7 13. Ne2 h5 14. O-O h4 15. Bf4 Bh6 16. Re1 Nb6 17. Bxh6 Rxh6 18. Qd2 Qf6 19. Nf4 {Tirelli,M (1990)-Biava,P (1655) Crema 2012 1-0 (49)}) 5. dxe5 $146 (5. Bxe5 Nf6 6. Nc3 Bb4 7. e3 O-O 8. Bd3 Nbd7 9. Bg3 Re8 10. Bf2 c5 11. Be2 Qa5 12. Qd2 Nb6 13. a3 Bf5 14. g4 Bxg4 15. fxg4 Ne4 16. axb4 Qxa1+ 17. Qd1 Qxb2 18. Nxe4 dxe4 19. bxc5 Nd5 {Egberts,K-Sylbing,G Haarlem 2000 0-1}) 5... Nc5 6. Nc3 {0.32/26} (6. e4 $1 $16 {0.79/24}) 6... c6 {0.87/23} (6... d4 $14 {0.32/26}) 7. e3 {0.05/28} (7. e4 $16 {0.87/23}) 7... Be7 {0.54/25} (7... Qb6 $11 {0.05/28 should be considered.}) 8. Bd3 {White is slightly better.} (8. Bg3 {seems wilder.} O-O 9. Nge2 Re8 10. Nd4 Bf8 11. Be2) 8... Nxd3+ {0.81/23} ( 8... Nbd7 $11 {0.18/25 keeps the balance.}) 9. Qxd3 O-O 10. Nge2 Be6 {0.86/25} (10... Nd7 $11 {0.20/27}) 11. O-O-O $16 Nd7 12. g4 {0.28/27} (12. Kb1 $16 { 0.78/24}) 12... Bg5 {1.47/24} (12... Qc7 $11 {0.28/27}) 13. Bg3 {0.78/27} (13. Kb1 $142 {1.47/24}) 13... Bh4 {1.35/23} ({Black should try} 13... Nc5 {0.78/27} 14. Qd2 Be7) 14. Bxh4 Qxh4 15. f4 {-0.15/26} (15. Qd4 $14 {0.69/23}) 15... Bxg4 $11 16. Rdg1 $2 {-1.90/25 [#]} (16. Rhg1 $11 {-0.15/26}) 16... Bf3 $19 17. Qf5 {-3.38/24} (17. Qd4 {-1.90/27 keeps fighting.}) 17... Nc5 18. Rf1 Bxh1 19. Rxh1 Rae8 20. Rg1 Qxh2 $2 {0.00/27 [#]} (20... f6 $19 {-3.93/24 Threatens to win with ...fxe5.} 21. e6 g6) 21. Qg4 $2 {-2.44/25} (21. Rxg7+ $1 $11 {0.00/27} Kh8 (21... Kxg7 22. Qf6+) 22. Rxf7 Qh1+ 23. Kd2) 21... Qh6 22. Ng3 Qg6 {-0.83/28} ( 22... Kh8 $19 {-2.06/26 is more deadly. White must now prevent ...Qe6.} 23. Nf5 Qg6 24. Qxg6 hxg6) 23. Qh4 $2 {-3.10/25} (23. Qd1 $17 {-0.83/28 is the only way for White.}) 23... Kh8 24. f5 $2 {-3.97/28} (24. b4 {-2.02/26 is a better defense.} Ne6 25. Qh1) 24... Qh6 25. Nh5 $2 {-16.72/24} (25. Qd4 {-3.90/29} Nd7 26. Rh1) 25... Rxe5 {-6.72/28} (25... Qxe3+ $142 {-16.72/24} 26. Kd1 Qxg1+ 27. Qe1 Qg4+ 28. Qe2 Qxf5) 26. Rxg7 Rxf5 {Precision: White = 18%, Black = 24%.} 0-1