Bas van Riel (1880) vs Kevin Perrin (1606)
[Event "Teters 2016"] [Site "?"] [Date "2016.09.08"] [Round "7"] [White "Bas van Riel"] [Black "Kevin Perrin"] [Result "1-0"] [WhiteElo "1880"] [BlackElo "1606"] [ECO "C62"] [Opening "Spanish: Old Steinitz, 4.O-O"] {584MB, Fritz11.ctg} 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 d6 4.O-O Nf6 5.Re1 Be7 6.c3 O-O 7.h3 Bd7 8.d4 exd4 {(BvR) Black could have equalised smoothly after Nxd4!. Therefore, my 8.d4 was an error. The passive looking move 8.d3 should have been played instead.} 9.cxd4 a6 10.Ba4 b5 11.Bc2 h6 12.Nbd2 Re8 13.Nf1 Qc8 {(BvR) A better plan than the ill-conceived sacrifice would have been 13.Nb4 and c5, ie developing black's queen side, and creating more space.} 14.Bd2 Bxh3? 15.gxh3 Qxh3 16.Ng3 {(BvR) An unnecessary move, as white's king was as safe as the Bank of England with the knight on f1.Simply, 16.Rc1 followed by Bb3, attacking along the c-file would have been a much more efficient plan for white.} Ng4 17.Be3 Bh4 18.Nxh4 Qxh4 19.Qf3! Nb4 20.Bb3 d5 21.e5 {(BvR) Overlooking the stronger 21.a3!, dxe4; 22.Qxf7+, Kh8;23.Qxg7 and 24.Nf5+} Nd3 22.Bxd5! Qh2+ {(BvR) 22..Nxe1; 23.Rxe1, is also bad for black, as he cannot prevent the loss of a pawn after 23...Rad8; 24.Bxf7 and 25.Bxe8} 23.Kf1 Qh3+ 24.Ke2 Ngxe5 {(BvR) black cannot avoid losing another piece.} 25.dxe5 Nxe5 26.Qf5 Qh4 27.Qe4 {(BvR) Although I did spend 10 minutes deciding on Bxa8 or Qe4, I didn't trust my calculations with respect to the first option, because of black's queen-check on c4.Safety first, I then decided.} Qxe4 28.Bxe4 Rad8 29.Rad1 Rxd1 30.Rxd1 Nc4 31.b3 Nd6 32.Bc6 Re6 33.Bd5 Re5 34.Kf1 h5 35.Bf4 {#r} 1-0
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WhiteBas van Riel (1880)
BlackKevin Perrin (1606)
OpeningC62 — Spanish: Old Steinitz, 4.O-O
DateSeptember 8, 2016
TournamentTeters 2016