Fridstein vs Smyslov
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[Event "Moscow"] [Site "Moscow-ch ;HCL 43"] [Round "0"] [White "Fridstein"] [Black "Smyslov"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A46"] [Opening "Indian: 2.Nf3"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 d5 3. c4 c6 4. Nc3 dxc4 5. e3 b5 6. a4 b4 7. Na2 e6 8. Bxc4 Be7 9. O-O O-O 10. Qe2 Bb7 11. Rd1 a5 12. Bd2 Nbd7 13. Nc1 Qb6 14. Nd3 c5 15. Nde5 Nxe5 16. Nxe5 Rad8 {White offers a pawn} 17. Bb5 (17. dxc5 Qxc5 $1 { White would get into difficulties. He therefore offers a pawn in order to try for counterplay on thed-file}) 17... cxd4 18. exd4 Qxd4 (18... Rxd4 19. Be3 Rxd1+ 20. Rxd1 Qc7 21. Nd7 $1 Rd8 (21... Ra8 22. Nxf6+ Bxf6 23. Rd7) 22. Bb6 { Smyslov}) 19. Nc4 Qd5 $1 { Black plays for attack, and is not concerned about holding the extra pawn} 20. Qf1 Qh5 21. Nxa5 Bf3 $3 22. gxf3 (22. Nc6 Bd6 23. h3 Bxc6 24. Bxc6 Qe5 25. g3 Qxb2 {Black wins a pawn}) 22... Rxd2 23. Rxd2 Qg5+ 24. Kh1 Qxd2 {The outcome of the combination is clear enough. White's King position is wrecked, and this fact now dictates the course of the game} 25. Qe2 Qf4 26. Nc4 Rc8 27. Rd1 Rc5 28. Ne3 g6 (28... Rh5 29. Nf1 Bd6 30. Qe3 Rxh2+ 31. Kg1 $1 {Smyslov}) 29. Ng2 Qc7 30. Ne3 b3 $1 31. Qd3 Qf4 32. Ng2 Qb4 33. Ne3 Qh4 34. a5 Rh5 35. Nf1 Qxf2 36. Rd2 (36. -- Bc5) 36... Qc5 37. Bc4 Qxa5 38. Bxb3 Kg7 39. Ng3 Rh4 40. Kg2 Rb4 41. Qc3 (41. -- Rxb3 42. Qxb3 Qxd2+) 41... Qb5 42. Rd3 Bd6 $1 { Breaking all resistance} 43. Re3 (43. Rxd6 Rxb3 {the b-pawn falls}) 43... Bf4 44. Rd3 Be5 45. Qc2 Nd5 46. Ne2 Rh4 {Black wins at least another pawn} 0-1
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Players
WhiteFridstein
BlackSmyslov
Game
Moves46
OpeningA46 — Indian: 2.Nf3
Result0-1
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Tournament
TournamentMoscow
LocationMoscow-ch ;HCL 43
Round0