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Shabalov,A (2623) - Movsesian,S (2639) [E94]It Bermuda BER (9), 24.01.2004[IM Andrew Martin]
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 0-0 6.Be2 e5 7.0-0 Na6 8.Be3 Ng4 9.Bg5 Qe8 10.dxe5 dxe5 11.h3 [11.Nd2 attempts the same gnawing pressure except that this time the Bishop has to retreat to h4. It's a moot point whether the Bishop has any influence on the game from there. 11...f6 12.Bh4 h5 13.a3 c6 14.b4 Be6 15.c5 Rd8 16.Qc2 g5 17.Bg3 h4 18.h3 Nh6 19.Bh2 g4 20.hxg4 Nxg4 Correcty using the Bishop to facilitate counterplay. 21.Nc4 Nxh2 22.Kxh2 Qg6 23.Nd6 Rd7 24.Rad1 Bh6 25.Nf5 (25.Bxa6 bxa6 26.Nf5 Bf4+ 27.Kh1 h3!? would presumably involve Gelfand in unwelcome complications.) 25...Bf4+ 26.Kh1 Rh7 27.Qd3 Kh8 28.Qh3 Nc7 29.Rd6 Bg8 30.Rfd1 Ne6 31.Bc4 Ng5 32.Qd3 Bxc4 33.Qxc4 Nf7 34.Rd7 Rg8 35.Qf1 Qg4 36.R1d3 Nh6 37.Rxh7+ Kxh7 38.Rh3 Nxf5 1/2-1/2 Gelfand,B-Movsesian,S/Bermuda BER 2004]
11...f6 12.Bd2! Why not keep centralized - much more elastic ? Shabalov demonstrates a very positive reason why the Bishop goes here.
12...Nh6 13.c5! A very interesting,dynamic pawn advance. I don't believe 13...Rb8 so Black has to take.
13...Nxc5 14.Qc1 Nf7 15.Nd5 Ne6 The only move.
16.Bb4 c6 [16...c5 17.Bxc5 Nxc5 18.Qxc5! (18.Nc7 Qc6 19.Nxa8 Bh6! 20.Qc2 Bd7© ) 18...Be6 19.Bc4 is just deeply unpleasant for Black. White gets his Rooks to the open files much more quickly and has a big initiative. Movsesian makes the only practical decision: to sacrifice an exchange.]
17.Bxf8 Qxf8 18.Ne3 Nd6 It will be a very long time before the White Rooks get going.
19.Qc2 f5 [19...Nf4 is also possible, a very handy square indeed.]
20.exf5N [Shabalov played this all before,so doubtless Movsesian had an improvement ready on the following game. Let us try to determine what that might have b