Hoang,T – Levison,J – Ruy Lopez, Kholmov

Hoang, Truman – Levison, Josh

C92 Ruy Lopez, Kholmov

Palm Beach Gardens (2), May 21, 2011 [Notes by Hoffer]

This is a flawless performance by ten-year-old Truman Hoang, who is clearly an up and coming star! His play here is so technically precise; his opponent never gets a hint of counterplay.

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0–0 b5 6.Bb3 Be7 7.Re1 0–0 8.h3! d6 9.c3 Be6

The Kholmov Variation.


The right choice as White can likely only get a draw after: 10.Bxe6?! fxe6 11.d4 Qd7 12.dxe5 dxe5 13.Qxd7 Nxd7 14.Be3 Nc5 15.Bxc5 Bxc5 16.Nbd2 Bb6 ½–½ Boleslavsky,I-Botvinnik,M, Moscow 1947


Levison eschews the main line. The whole point of the Kholmov Variation is to exchange light-squared Bishops:

10…Bxb3 11.axb3 is the preferred way to recapture of most Grandmasters.

(11.Qxb3 d5 12.exd5 Na5 13.Qd1 exd4 14.Nxd4 Nxd5 15.b4 c5 16.Nf5 Nc6 17.a4 Bf6 18.axb5 Nxc3 19.Qxd8 Nxd8 20.Rxa6 Rxa6 21.bxa6 cxb4 22.Nxc3 Bxc3 23.a7 Ne6 24.Rd1 b3 25.Rd7 b2 26.Bxb2 Bxb2 27.Ne7+ Kh8 28.Nc6 Rc8 29.Rb7 1–0 Rogers,I (2526) -Lane,G (2421), Sydney 2007)

11…exd4 12.cxd4 with two main variations: A) 12…d5 and B) 12…Nb4.

A) 12…d5 13.e5 Ne4 14.Nc3 f5! 15.exf6 Bxf6!

(15…Nxf6?! 16.Bg5² b4 17.Na4  (17.Ne2!? Ne4 18.Be3 Bd6 19.Qd3 Qc8 20.Ne5 Qb7 21.Nf4 Nxe5 22.dxe5 Bxe5 23.Nxd5 Rfe8 24.Rad1 Qb5 25.Qc2 Nf6 26.Bf4 Bxf4 27.Nxf4± Rxe1+ 28.Rxe1 c6 29.Ne6 Re8 30.Re3 Nd5 31.Re5 Re7 32.Nd4+- Qb7 33.Nxc6 Rxe5 34.Nxe5 h6 35.Qc4 Kh8 36.Ng6+ Kh7 37.Qe4 Qc7 38.Ne7+ 1–0 Anand,V (2781) -Nikolic,P (2633), Monte Carlo 1999) 17…Ne4 18.Bxe7 Nxe7 19.Nc5 Nxc5 20.dxc5 Ng6 21.Re3 Nf4 22.h4 c6 23.g3 Ng6 24.Qd2± a5 25.Nd4 Qd7 26.Rae1 Qg4 27.Qd1 Qxd1 28.Rxd1 Rf6 29.Rde1 Nf8 30.Re7+- Rc8 31.Ra7 Rf7 32.Rxa5 Nd7 33.Re6 Rf6 34.Ra7 Rf7 35.Nxc6 Nxc5 36.Ree7 Rcf8 37.Rxf7 Rxf7 38.Ra8+ Rf8 39.Ne7+ Kf7 40.Rxf8+ 1–0 Ye Jiangchuan (2564)-Nay Oo Kyaw Tun (2495), Yangon 1999

16.Nxe4 dxe4 17.Rxe4 Qd5 18.Rg4!

(18.Qd3? Rad8 19.Be3 Nb4 20.Qb1 Qxb3 21.Ra3 Qf7=)

18…h5 19.Rf4 Nb4

(19…Rfd8 20.Be3 Rd6 (20…Ne5 21.Qc2 Nxf3+ 22.Rxf3! Qe6 23.Rf5±) 21.Qc2 Nb4 22.Qe4 Rad8 23.Rc1 Qxb3 24.Rxf6!+- Rxf6 25.Ng5 c6 26.d5 Rh6 27.Qe7 Ra8 28.Bd4 1–0 Grushevsky,A-Sardarov,E, Soviet Union 1967)

20.Be3 Rad8

While c) 21.Rc1 has scored well in practice, the Rook may need to go back to a1 eventually. Therefore an innovation by Viswanathan Anand which employs a) 21.Qb1 has merit.

a) 21.Qb1!? Qxb3 22.Rf5 Rd6!? Looks good but is rather untested. (22…Qc2?! 23.Qxc2 Nxc2 24.Rxa6 Rfe8 25.Bg5!+- Bxg5 26.Rxg5 Nxd4 27.Nxd4 Rxd4 28.Rc6! Re7 (28…Rc4 29.Rxc4 Re1+ 30.Kh2 bxc4 31.Rxh5 Re2 32.f3 Rxb2 33.Rc5 Rb4 34.Rxc7+-) 29.Rxb5 h4 30.Kh2 Rd2 31.f3 Rf7 32.Rc3 Rf6 33.Rg5 c6 34.b4 Rd4 35.Rg4 Rfd6 36.Rxc6 1–0 Anand,V (2720)-Adams,M (2640), Linares 1994) 23.Rxh5?! (23.Bf4!?) 23…Nc2 24.Ra5 c5? (¹24…Nxe3 25.fxe3 Qxe3+ 26.Kh2 Bxd4=) 25.dxc5 Rd3 26.Kh2 (¹26.Bd2 Bd8 (26…Be7? 27.Bc3! b4 28.Ne5!+-) 27.Rxa6 Rfxf3! 28.gxf3 Rxd2 29.Rd6±) 26…Bd8 27.Rxa6 Bc7+ 28.Rd6 Rxd6 29.cxd6 Bxd6+ 30.Kh1 Ra8? (¹30…Rxf3! 31.gxf3 Qf7 32.Qxc2 Qxf3+ 33.Kg1 Qxh5÷) ½–½ Nijboer,F (2567)-Van der Wiel,J (2493), Groningen 2004. A very fishy draw as White seems to be winning after: 31.Qd1 Ra1 32.Bc1 Nd4 33.Qxd4 Rxc1+ 34.Ng1 Qd1 35.Qxd1 Rxd1 36.Rxb5+-;

b) 21.Qd2!?N (An idea by GM Karsten Müller, who is an authority on endgames.)

c) This brings us to Bobby Fischer-Milko Bobotsov, Leipzig 1960. 21.Rc1 c5 22.dxc5 Nd3 23.Rxf6 Rxf6 24.Rd1; 21…c5 22.Qd2 Nc6

(22…Qxb3?! 23.Rxc5± Rc8 24.Rff5 Nd3 25.Rxc8+- Rxc8 26.Bg5 Bxg5 27.Qxg5 Qe6 28.Ne5 Nxe5 29.Rxe5 Qb3 30.Kh2 Qd3 31.Qe7 Qg6 32.d5 Qf7 33.Qg5 Qf6 34.Qxf6 gxf6 35.Re6 Kf7 36.Rxa6 Rc2 37.Ra7+ Kg6 38.Ra3 Rd2 39.Rb3 Rxd5 40.Kg3 Kf5 41.Kf3 h4 42.Rb4 Kg5 43.Rg4+ Kh5 44.Ke3 Re5+ 45.Kd3 Rd5+ 46.Kc3 Rc5+ 47.Kb3 Re5 48.g3 hxg3 49.fxg3 Re2 50.Kc3 b4+ 51.Kb3 Rh2 52.Rf4 Kg6 53.h4 Rg2 54.g4 Rh2 55.h5+ Kg5 56.Rxb4 f5 57.gxf5 Kxf5 58.Rd4 Ke5 59.Rd8 Rxh5 60.Kc4 1–0 Suetin,A-Zinn,L, Havana 1968; 22…Qd6? 23.Rxc5 Nd3 24.Rxh5 Nxf4 25.Bxf4 Qe6 26.Qd3+-)

Bobby must have sensed the power of Black's a-pawn after 23.Rc5 when he chose to play… 23.Qc2!

(23.Rxc5 Qxc5 24.dxc5 Rxd2 25.Bxd2 (25.Nxd2 Bxb2 26.Re4 a5!) 25…Bxb2 26.Re4 a5! 27.Bf4 Ra8 28.Re6 Rc8 29.Re2 Bf6 30.Kf1)

23…Nxd4 24.Bxd4 Bxd4

(Much better is 24…cxd4 25.Qd3 (25.Rf5? d3 26.Rxd5 dxc2 27.Rxd8 Rxd8 28.Rxc2 Rd1+ 29.Kh2 Rd3³) 25…Qd6 26.Re4")

25.Rxf8+ Rxf8 Black is on thin ice.

(Taking with the King saves the game. 25…Kxf8 26.Nxd4 (26.b4? cxb4 27.Nxd4 (27.Rd1?? Bxf2+ 28.Kxf2 Qxd1–+) 27…Qxd4 28.Qf5+ Kg8 29.Qe6+=) 26…cxd4 27.Qh7 Qe5 28.b4 d3 29.Rc5 Qf6=)

26.b4! Rxf3! Milko is clawing his way back into the game!

(26…cxb4? 27.Rd1 Rxf3 (27…Rf4? 28.Qd2 Bxf2+ 29.Kxf2 Qc5+ 30.Kg3+-) 28.gxf3 Qg5+ 29.Kh1 Qf4 30.Qc6 Kh7 31.Ra1+-)

27.gxf3 Qxf3 28.bxc5 Qg3+ 29.Kf1 Qxh3+ 30.Ke1?!

(Fischer had better winning chances with 30.Ke2! Qe6+ 31.Kd1 Qh3 32.Qe2!± Qh1+ 33.Kc2 Qd5 (33…Qc6?! 34.b4! Qd5 35.f3 Kf7 36.Qd3 Qa2+ 37.Kd1 Qf2 38.Qe2 Qg3 39.c6+-) 34.Qd3 Qxc5+ 35.Kb1 Qe5 36.f3 Bc5 37.Rh1±)

30…Qh1+?? Black is busted. It's no use crying over spilled Milko!

(Bobotsov misses a draw. 30…Qg4! 31.Qb3+ Kh8 32.Qg3 (32.Kf1 Bxf2! 33.Kxf2 Qf4+ 34.Qf3 Qxc1 35.Qxh5+ Kg8 36.Qe8+ Kh7 37.Qe4+ Kg8 38.b4 Qd2+=) 32…Qe4+ 33.Kf1 h4 34.Qg2 Qd3+ 35.Kg1 h3 36.Qg4 Bxf2+ 37.Kxf2 Qd2+=)

31.Ke2 Qc6?!

(31…Qh4? 32.Qf5+-; 31…Qd5 32.c6 Qe6+ 33.Kf1 Qh3+ 34.Ke1 Qg4 35.Qb3+ Kh8 36.c7 Qg1+ 37.Kd2 Qxf2+ 38.Kd1 Qf1+ 39.Kc2 Qf5+ 40.Qd3 Qf2+ 41.Qd2 Qf5+ 42.Kb3 Qd5+ 43.Ka3 Bc5+ 44.b4 Qxd2 45.c8Q+ Kh7 46.Qxc5+-)

32.Qb3+ Kh8 33.Qf3 Qe6+ 34.Kf1 Qh6 35.Qd1 1–0 Fischer,R-Bobotsov,M, Leipzig 1960)

B) 12…Nb4 13.d5! Nd7

(13…c5 14.dxc6 d5 15.e5 Ne4 16.Nc3 Nxc3 17.bxc3 Nxc6 18.Qd3 Qd7 19.Ng5 Bxg5 20.Bxg5 Rfe8 21.f4 b4 22.c4 Qa7+ 23.Kh1 dxc4 24.Qxc4 Nd4 25.Rad1 Ne6 26.Bh4 Qb7 27.f5 Rac8 28.Qg4 h5 29.Qxh5 Qxg2+ 30.Kxg2 Nf4+ 31.Kf3 Nxh5 32.Kg4 g6 33.fxg6 fxg6 34.Rd6 Kh7 35.Rd7+ Kg8 36.Kg5 Rc6 37.Kh6 Nf4 38.Rg7+ Kf8 39.Rf1 g5+ 40.Kh7 Rc3 41.Bxg5 Rxh3+ 42.Bh6 Rxe5 43.Rxf4+ Ke8 44.Rxb4 Rb5 45.Re4+ Kd8 46.Rf4 Ke8 47.Ra7 Rb6 48.Rf8# 1–0 Kononenko,D (2495)-Vovk,Y (2497), Evpatoria 2007)

Finally we complete the main lines of the Kholmov with a fine game between Bobby Fischer and László Szabó.

14.Na3 Bf6 15.Nc2 c5 16.Nxb4 cxb4 17.Nd4 Bxd4 18.Qxd4 a5 19.Bf4 Nc5 20.Re3 f6 21.Rae1 Qc7 22.Bg3 Nd7 23.Kh2 Rfd8 24.R3e2 Nc5 25.Re3 Nd7 26.Qd3 Rab8 27.Qe2 Rb7 28.Kh1 Nc5 29.f4 Rf8?

(29…Qf7 30.e5!±)

30.e5 f5 31.Bh4 dxe5?

(31…a4 32.exd6 Qxd6 33.Re7 Rbb8 (33…Qxd5 34.Re5 Qd6 35.Rd1 Qh6 36.Be7 Rxe7 37.Rxe7+-) 34.Qe3 Ne4 (34…Kh8 35.Qd4 Rg8 36.Rxg7 Rxg7 37.Re7 Rbg8 38.Bf6 Qxe7 39.Bxe7 Nd7 40.Bxb4 …– 41.Bc3+-; 34…Rbc8 35.Qd4 Qg6 36.d6 Ne4 37.d7 Rb8 38.bxa4 bxa4 39.Ra1+-) 35.Qa7 Qh6 36.Qd4 a3 37.bxa3 bxa3 38.d6 Kh8 39.d7 Rg8 40.Bg5 Qg6 (40…Nxg5? 41.Re8+-) 41.R7xe4! fxe4 42.d8Q+-)

32.fxe5 f4 33.Rf3 Qd7 34.Qd2 Qf5?!

(34…Ne6 35.Bf2 g5 36.Rd3 Rd8 37.Qe2 Ng7 38.e6 Qd6 39.Qe5 Qe7 40.d6 Qxe6 41.Qxg5 Qc8 42.Bb6! Re8 (42…Rxb6?? 43.Re7+-) 43.Qd5+ Ne6 44.d7 Rxd7 45.Qxd7 Qxd7 46.Rxd7+-)

35.e6 Ne4 36.Qd4 1–0 Fischer,R-Szabó,L, Havana 1965. The US State Department would not allow Fischer a visa to go to Cuba so Fischer played alone in a room with an arbiter and sent his moves via teletype from the Marshall Chess Club in New York.


11.Nxd4 Nxd4 12.cxd4 Bxb3 13.Qxb3 c5 14.dxc5 dxc5 15.e5 Ne8 16.Qg3 Qb6 17.Nc3 Rd8 18.Bg5 Bxg5 19.Qxg5 Nc7 20.Ne4 Kh8 21.Qe7 Ne6 22.Nd6 Kg8 23.Rad1 Qc6 24.Qh4 b4 25.Qc4 Rd7 26.f4 Rc7 27.Rc1 Nd4 28.Red1 Nb5 29.Ne4 Rfc8 30.Kh2 Nd4 31.Nd6 Ne6 32.Nxc8 Rxc8 33.f5 Nf8 34.Rd6 Qe8 35.Re1 a5 36.e6 fxe6 37.fxe6 1–0 Bronstein,D-Lilienthal,A, USSR Ch. Moscow 1944


11…Bxb3 12.Qxb3 d5 (12…Na5 13.Qd3 c5 14.Nc3 Nc6 15.Bg5?! (¹15.a3²) 15…h6 16.Bh4 Re8 17.Rad1 c4 18.Qb1 Nb4= 19.e5 Nfd5 20.Bxe7?! (20.Nxd5 Nxd5 21.Bg3=) 20…Qxe7 21.Nxd5 Nxd5³ 22.Re4 Nf6 23.Rh4 dxe5 24.dxe5 Nd7 25.Re1 Nc5 26.Rg4 Nd3 27.Re3 Qc5 28.Qc2!? (28.b3³) 28…Nxe5µ 29.Nxe5 Rxe5 30.Reg3 g5 31.h4 Kg7 32.hxg5 hxg5 33.b4? (33.Rh4µ) 33…Re1+–+ 34.Kh2 Rh8+ 35.Rh3 Rxh3+ 36.Kxh3 Qe5 37.g3 f6 38.Qd2 Qe2 39.Qd7+ Kg6 0–1 Schlechter,C-Chigorin,M, Cambridge Springs 1904) 13.e5 Ne4 14.Nbd2 Bb4? (¹14…f5 15.exf6 Nxf6 16.a4²) 15.Nxe4!!+- Bxe1 16.Bg5 Qe8 (16…f6 17.exf6 gxf6 18.Nxf6+ Rxf6 19.Bxf6 Qxf6 20.Qxd5+ Kh8 21.Rc1+-) 17.Nf6+! gxf6 18.Bxf6 Bxf2+ 19.Kxf2 Qe6 20.Nh4 (¹20.Qc2!) 20…Ne7 21.Qg3+ Ng6 22.Qg5 Qb6 23.Rd1 Qc6 24.Qh6 Qc2+ 25.Kg3 1–0 Loiseau,Q (2010) -Siclet,M (1780), Le Grand Bornand 2007


12.Ng5 h6 13.Nxe6 fxe6 14.Nc3 b4 15.exd5 exd5 16.Ne2 Kh8 17.Nf4 Rf7 18.Nxd5 Nxd5 19.Qh5 Rf6 20.Bxd5 Rd6 21.Be4 Bg5 22.Bxc6 Rxc6 23.Bxg5 Qxg5 24.Re8+ 1–0 Kutwal,S (2308)-Patel,U (1757), Pune 2006


12…Nd7 13.Nc3² Nb6 14.Bc2 Nb4 15.Bb1 Qd7 16.a3 Nc6 17.Qd3 g6 18.Bh6 Rfe8 19.Ne2 Nc4 20.Qc2 b4 21.a4 N6a5 22.Ng3 b3 23.Qc1 Nb6 24.Qf4 Kh8 25.Ng5 Rf8 26.Qh4 Bxg5 27.Bxg5 f5 28.exf6 Qf7 29.Bxg6 Qxg6 30.Rxe6 Rae8 31.Rae1 Rxe6 32.Rxe6 Nd7 33.Re7 Nxf6 34.Bxf6+ Rxf6 35.Rxc7 Kg8 36.Nh5 Re6 37.Rg7+ Qxg7 38.Nxg7 Kxg7 39.Qg5+ Kf7 40.Qxd5 Nc6 41.Qd7+ Ne7 42.d5 Re1+ 43.Kh2 Kf8 44.d6 1–0 Phillips,D (1968)-Yeh,P (1944), Dallas 2002


‹13.Bc2 Bb4 14.Nbd2 Ng5 15.Nxg5 Qxg5 16.Ne4 Qe7 17.Nf6+ gxf6 18.Bxh7+ Kg7 19.Qh5 1–0 Khandjanly,E (2200)-Shiraliev,E, Baku 1999; 13.Nc3 Nxc3 14.bxc3 1/2–1/2 Catala Alos,J-Bustamante Luna,J, Burjasot 1996

13…Nxd2 14.Bxd2 Qd7

14…Nb4 15.Bxb4 Bxb4 16.Re2 Qd7 17.Rc1 Rac8 18.a3 Ba5 19.Qc2 Bf5 20.Qc6 Rcd8 21.Rc5 Bb6 22.Qxd7 Rxd7 23.Rc6 Bd3 24.Re1 Bc4 25.Bxc4 bxc4 26.e6 Re7 27.Ng5 fxe6 28.Nxe6 Rfe8 29.Re3 a5 30.Nxc7 Bxd4 31.Rxe7 Rxe7 32.Nxd5 Re1+ 33.Kh2 Bxb2 34.Rxc4 Bxa3 35.Ra4 Re5 36.Rxa5 Bb2 37.Ra8+ Kf7 38.Ne3 Bd4 39.Ng4 Rb5 40.Rd8 Be5+ 41.Nxe5+ Rxe5 42.Rd7+ Kg6 43.Kg3 Kh5 44.Rxg7 Kh6 45.Rg8 Ra5 46.f4 Ra3+ 47.Kg4 Ra4 48.g3 Rb4 49.Re8 Kg7 50.Kg5 Rb5+ 51.Re5 Rb3 52.Re7+ Kf8 53.Rxh7 Rxg3+ 54.Kf6 Kg8 55.Rh5 Rf3 56.f5 Rg3 57.Rg5+ Rxg5 58.Kxg5 Kg7 59.f6+ 1–0 Milosavljevic,M-Brunello,M, Budva 2003


This novelty is as good or better than what has been played here before. Truman was exceptional with his opening move selections! [15.Qe2 Nd8 16.Bc2 Bf5 17.Bxf5 Qxf5 18.Rec1 Ne6 19.Rc6 Qe4 20.Qe3 Rfb8 21.Qxe4 dxe4 22.d5 Nf8 23.Nd4 Rd8 24.Nf5 Ng6 25.Rxg6 hxg6 26.Nxe7+ Kf8 27.Bb4 Ke8 28.Re1 f6 29.e6 f5 30.Re3 a5 31.Bc5 b4 32.Rg3 Rdb8 33.Rxg6 Rb5 34.Rxg7 Rxc5 35.Ng6 1–0 Morrison,R (2370)-Jackson,S (2225), Edinburgh 1985; 15.Rc1 Rac8 16.Bc2 Nb4 17.Bb1 Bf5 18.e6 Bxe6 19.a3 Nc6 20.Qc2 1–0 Schweber,S-Fonrobert,G, Sao Paulo 1963. Black resigned due to 20…g6 21.Qxc6+-


The beginning of a lousy idea. 15…Nb4 16.Bb1 Bf5 17.a3 (17.Bxf5 Qxf5 18.Re2) 17…Bxb1 18.Rxb1²

16.Qe2 fxe5?!

This typical French freeing maneuver can lead to disaster in the Ruy.

16…Rae8 17.Rac1 fxe5 18.dxe5±

17.Nxe5+- Nxe5 18.Qxe5

Not ‹18.dxe5? c5=


18…Bh4 19.Qxe6+ Qxe6 20.Rxe6 Bxf2+ 21.Kh1 Bxd4 22.Bb3+-; 18…Bxh3 19.Qxe7 Qg4 20.Qg5+-

19.Bg5 Bd6

19…Rf7 20.Bxe7 Rxe7 21.Qh5 h6 (21…g6 22.Bxg6 hxg6 23.Qxg6+ Kh8 (23…Kf8 24.Re3 Rae8 25.Rae1+-) 24.Qf6+ Kg8 25.Re5+-) 22.Qg6 Qe8 23.Qh7+ Kf8 24.Rad1 Bg8 25.Rxe7 Qxe7 26.Qh8+- Kf7 27.Rd3 Rf8 28.Rf3+ Ke8 29.Bg6+ Bf7 30.Bxf7+ Qxf7 31.Rxf7 Rxh8 32.Rxc7+-

20.Qe3 Re8??

The losing move. 20…Raf8 21.Bxf6 Rxf6 22.a4+-

21.Bxf6+- gxf6 22.Qh6

22.Bf5! Kf7 23.Bxh7 Kf8 24.Qh6+ Qg7 25.Qxg7+ Kxg7 26.Bf5 Bf7 27.Rxe8 Bxe8 28.Re1 Bf7 29.g3+-


22…Qg7 23.Qxg7+ Kxg7 24.Bf5 Bf7 25.Rxe8 Bxe8 26.Re1 Bf7 27.g3+-

23.Qxf6 Bb4

23…Bg7 24.Qh4 h6 25.Re3+-


24.Re5 Bf8 25.Bxh7+ Qxh7 26.Rxe6 Rxe6 27.Qxe6+ Qf7 28.Qxa6+-


24…Bf8 25.Rae1 Qf7 26.Rg3+ Bg7 27.Rxe6 Rxe6 28.Rxg7+ Qxg7 29.Qxe6+ Qf7 30.Bxh7+ Kf8 31.Qxf7+ Kxf7 32.Bd3+-

25.Rg3+ Rg7 26.Rxg7+ Qxg7 27.Qxe6+ Kf8

27…Kh8 28.Qxd5 Qe7 29.Qe5+ Qg7 30.Qe6+-


28.Qc8+ Kf7 29.Qxc7+ Kg8 30.Qd8+ Qf8 31.Qxd5+ Kg7 32.Qg5+ Kh8 33.Qe5+ Qg7 34.Bd3+-

28…Ke7 29.Qxh7 Qxh7 30.Bxh7 c5

30…Bd2 31.h4+-

31.a3 Ba5 32.dxc5 d4

32…Kd7 33.Rd1 Kc6 34.b4 Bc7 35.Bg8+-

33.Rd1  1–0

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