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2[pgn buttonsDisplay=standard]
3[Event "Tilburg Fontys"]
4[Site "Tilburg"]
5[Date "1998.10.24"]
6[Round "2"]
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8[White "Anand, Viswanathan"]
9[Black "Kramnik, Vladimir"]
10[Result "1-0"]
11[ECO "C42"]
12[Opening "Petrov"]
13
14[Variation "classical attack, Chigorin variation"]
15[Annotator "pgn4web with notes from http://www.chessgames.com"]
16[WhiteElo "2825"]
17[BlackElo "2810"]
18[WhiteFideId "5000017"]
19[BlackFideId "4101588"]
20[WhiteTitle "GM"]
21[BlackTitle "GM"]
22
23{ pgn4web personal account on Kramnik and the Petrov, part 1: in October
241998, I watched this game live from the tournament hall in Tilburg. At some
25point I was hoping to witness a masterpiece sacrifice win from Kramnik, but
26apparently Anand was well prepared. }
27
281. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 d6 4. Nf3 Nxe4 5. d4 d5 6. Bd3 Nc6 7. O-O Be7
298. Re1 Bg4 9. c3 f5 { This is a very old line, with games from Lasker and
30Capablanca's times. } 10. Qb3 O-O 11. Nbd2 Na5 12. Qa4 { Later White tried
31an alternative plan with Qc2 followed by b4 and rapid expansion on the
32queenside, often preceeded by a repetition, as in } (12. Qa4 Nc6 13. Qb3
33Na5 14. Qc2 Nc6 15. b4 { see Anand-Leko, Leon 2001 and the next game of
34this PGN file }) 12... Nc6 13. Bb5 Nxd2 { After this game Black tried to
35improve with } (13... Bh4 14. g3 Bf6 15. Bxc6 bxc6 16. Qxc6 Re8 { as in
36Anand-Kamnik at Wijk An Zee 1999 and in Shirov-Kramnik, Belgrade 1999 })
3714. Nxd2 Qd6 { So far following Anand-Yusupov, Linares 1993, where 15. Nb3
38ensued, eventually a draw. } 15. h3 { $1 This novelty was suggested by
39Anand's second Ubilava after the game in Linares. 15. h3 diverts Black's
40Bishop control of the e6 square and makes sure the h Pawn will not be
41captured when the Black's Queen arrives on h2. This move was voted the 4th
42most important novelty in Informant 74. } 15... Bh5
43
4416. Nb3 Bh4 17. Nc5
45Bxf2+ { A thematic sacrifice for the variation, but Anand was well
46prepared. } 18. Kxf2 Qh2 19. Bxc6
47
48bxc6 20. Qxc6 f4 21. Qxd5+ Kh8 22. Qxh5
49f3 23. Qxf3 { Apparently Anand's home analysis already assessed this
50position as won for White. } 23... Rxf3+ 24. Kxf3 Rf8+ 25. Ke2 Qxg2+ 26.
51Kd3 Qxh3+ 27. Kc2 Qg2+ 28. Bd2 Qg6+ 29. Re4 h5 30. Re1 Re8
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5331. Kc1 Rxe4 32.
54Nxe4 h4 33. Ng5 Qh5 34. Re3 Kg8 35. c4 { Sadly, it was not the day for a
55masterpiece sacrifice win from Kramnik, but look at the next game to see
56what happened more than 10 years later. } 1-0
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