[Event "35. Open Untergrombach A-Turnier"] [Site "?"] [Date "2018.01.05"] [Round "6"] [White "Shishkin, Vadim"] [Black "Nekrasov, Mihail"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D38"] [WhiteElo "2459"] [BlackElo "2319"] [PlyCount "107"] [EventDate "2018.??.??"] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. Nf3 Nf6 5. cxd5 exd5 6. Bg5 Qd6 7. e3 {This is not the best option for white. Better is} (7. Bxf6 Qxf6 8. Qb3 Qb6 9. a3 Ba5 10. Qc2 Bf5 11. Qa4+ Bd7 12. Qc2 Bf5 13. Qa4+ Bd7 14. Qc2 Bf5 {1/2 (14) Kasimdzhanov,R (2693)-Yu,Y (2667) Sharjah 2014}) (7. Nd2 $5) 7... Ne4 {This is the idea from Black who has a comfortable game from now on.} 8. Bf4 Qe7 9. Qc2 {This natural move is actually a mistake. White should play more active} (9. Qb3 c6 10. Bd3) 9... g5 $1 {Good and active approach fighting for initative.} 10. Bg3 h5 11. Bd3 $2 (11. Bb5+ {This was neccesary to allow the white Bg3 to exchange on b8.} c6 12. Bd3 h4 13. Bxb8) 11... h4 12. Be5 f6 13. Bxe4 {White lost the bishop and he must try to make some contrachance. Black is simply better now} dxe4 14. Qxe4 fxe5 15. Nxe5 Bxc3+ 16. bxc3 O-O 17. O-O Nc6 {Black plays good and tries to complete development. He has material advantage and it will be decisive.} 18. Qd5+ Qe6 $4 {A catastrophical mistake after which white is winning. Black should return one more pawn and complete the development. After} (18... Kg7 19. Nxc6 bxc6 20. Qxc6 Bf5 {Black controls the board and will be winning.}) 19. Nxc6 {This is what black overlooked.} bxc6 (19... Qxd5 20. Ne7+) 20. Qxg5+ {But here black will lose all his pawns on kings side.} Kh7 21. Qxh4+ Qh6 22. Qxh6+ Kxh6 {This is clear deference if black gives only the pawn on c6. Withes has four passed pawns for the bishop and is much much better here.} 23. c4 (23. f3 Be6 24. Rfb1 Rab8 25. Kf2) 23... Rb8 24. f3 Be6 25. Rac1 Rb4 26. Rf2 {Probably better is} (26. d5 cxd5 27. cxd5 Bxd5 28. Rxc7 Rb2 29. a4) 26... Bxc4 27. a3 Ra4 28. Rfc2 Bb5 29. Rc3 {but white plays slowly and bets on his king side pawns} Rb8 30. Kf2 a6 31. g4 {Nice play from white. He first completes development, improves his king position and now pushes the pawns. Black is completly without contraplay.} Kg6 32. h4 Re8 33. h5+ Kf6 34. R1c2 {Slowly and strong} c5 $2 {As a rule.. when you are the weak side then you easily make mistakes.} 35. Rxc5 Rxa3 36. g5+ Ke7 37. Rxc7+ {All is over now.} Kd6 38. R7c3 Ra1 39. Rc1 Ra5 40. R1c2 Ra1 41. Rc1 Ra2+ 42. Kg3 Re2 43. h6 {Pawns simply go to promotion...passed pawns should be pushed forward... endgame rule.} R2xe3 44. Rxe3 Rxe3 45. h7 Re8 46. Rh1 Rh8 47. g6 Bd3 48. Rh6 { Simply and strong. Of course, winning 48.g7 too but why make any problems.} Bxg6 49. Rxg6+ Kd5 50. Rh6 a5 51. Kf4 a4 52. Kf5 a3 53. Kg6 a2 54. Rh5+ {With this victory GM Shishkin has a clear cance to win the tournament.} 1-0