The game began with the players playing the opening moves in the Ruy Lopez: Inarkiev now continued the game by playing: Returning to the moves played in the game, Kosteniuk's next move in the game was: Creating the threat of 46...Nf1 (which forces 47.Rxf1 due to the threat of 47...Qh2#). Nxf8 dxe4 23. anything is better than going into the Marshall Attack. do not necessarily represent the views of Chessgames.com, its employees, or sponsors. 28...Nb6, Intending ...Nc4. This move defines the variation of the Ruy Lopez being played:it is known as the Flohr-Zaitsev system (Lenzerheide variation). then simply login login under your username now to join the discussion. Bg5! Re1 b5 7. Kosteniuk played continued the game by playing: Kosteniuk plays a rarely played continuation in my database.

She forces him to spend a tempo to move his attacked knight. He considers chess to be a sport-a martial art!

The game continued with Kosteniuk playing: [Analysis:Junior 9: 29.Bxe4 Bxe4 30.Rxe4 Qd5 31.Rd1 Nc4 32.Ne3 Nxe3 33.Rxe3 Qxa2 34.Rd3 Be7 35.Qh5 Kg8 And White has insufficient compensation for the pawn. She spends a tempo to close the center and force his knight from the c6-outpost. Nf1 Nbd7 14. 3...a6. Ng6 d5 22. exd5 Bxd5 23. Kh2 Kh6 44. Rxf6 e4+ 43. Bb3 d6 8. c3 O-O 9. h3 Re8 10. d4 Bb7 11. Here Psahkis blundered in time pressure with 40. then leading to an unstoppable position. We would like to remind that he was the European Champion U-16, Russian Champion U-20." Re1 b5 7. Bb3 h6 19. Here white got into a little trouble while grabbing the extra pawn. and after 41. Kosteniuk intends to move her bishop back to c2 in order to create a triple attack against his pawn on e4. [Analysis:Junior 9: 34...bxa4 35.Rxd5!? i don't have the exact link but i remember a good example from one of the deep blue-kasparov games where the computer (as white) developed a beautiful, long term, winning plan down the a-file. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc2 c6 16. b4 Ncd7 17. dxc6 Bxc6 18. 29...Nc4 Bxf4 Nxf4 33. So how does Adams do it? ], The players next played these moves in the game: His next move in the game was: This move is the most popular for Black in this position. [Analysis:Hiarcs 8: 23.Nxf6+ Nxf6 24.Qg3 Kh7 25.Rd1 Nd5 26.a4 g6 27.axb5 axb5 28.Rxa8 Qxa8 29.Nh4 Bg7 ], Returning to the moves played in the Kosteniuk-Inarkiev game, Inarkiev next played the move: Rac1 Bd5 32. The most often played move by Black in this position. Returning to the moves played in the game, for his next move Inarkiev played: He spends a tempo to support his pawn on e4. She creates an escape square for her bishop in case he plays ...Na5. Qd8? (March 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Exchange Variation of the Ruy Lopez is a chess opening that begins with the moves: 1. e4 e5 2. Rc2 Nd5 38. Kosteniuk intends to advance her d-pawn to d5 to attack his knight and close the center very soon.

NOTE: Create an account today Nxf8 Kxf8 24. [Analysis:Junior 9:Better was 36...exf3! Rb6 Kg5 46. Nbd2 Bf8 12. a4 h6 13. Black's plan would be to expand on the kingside with f5 and more importantly get rid or activate that bad bishop on e7. Bg2 and if Rxg5?! He spends a tempo to prevent her from playing the pinning move Bg5 and in the process gives his king "luft". Returning to the moves played in the game, she next played a queen move: [Analysis:Shredder 8: 41.Bd1 Nd2 42.Rf6 Bxf6 43.Qxh6+ Kg8 44.Qxf6 Bc4 45.Kg1 Qg7 46.Qd8+ Kh7 47.Qh4+ Kg8 48.Qd8+ Kh7 49.Qh4+ Qh6 50.Qe7+ Kg6 51.Qe8+ Kg7 52.Qd7+ Bf7 53.Qxb5 Qf4 54.Bg4 Qf2+ 55.Kh1 Qf1+ 56.Qxf1 Nxf1 57.Kg1 Bc4 ], The game continued with Inarkiev playing: Nf5 Nd5 25. Rf1 Analysis:Shredder 8: 49.Qf5+ Qxf5 50.Bxf5+ Kg8 51.Rxf1 Bxf1 52.Be6+ Kh8 53.Bg4 Bxc3 54.Kg1 e2 55.Bxe2 Bxe2 56.Kf2 Bd3 57.Kg1 Bxb4. Nf5 Qd7 25. [Analysis:Shredder 8:A better idea is the pawn sacrifice 44...e2! .

Kg1 Qe6 43. Re1 b5 7. Anyway, Closed Ruy Lopez positions usually involve white taking the center of course and black throwing either pawns at it (Chigorin) or pieces at it (Beyer). Nxe8 Rxe8 28. c4 bxc4 29. O-O Be7 6. Rxc4 Kh7 36. f3 Qf7 37. 41...Bg8, [Analysis:Shredder 8: 41...Kh7 42.Qh5 Nd2 43.Qf5+ Kg8 44.Rc1 Qf7 45.Qg4 Nf1+ 46.Kh1 e2 47.Qc8+ Bf8 48.Qg4+ Kh8 49.Qh4 Qc7 50.Qf6+ Bg7 51.Qxf1 exf1Q+ 52.Rxf1 e3 53.c4 Qg3 54.cxd5 Be5 55.Rf8+ Kg7 56.Kg1 Kxf8 57.Bd3 Qe1+ 58.Bf1 Qf2+ 59.Kh1 Qxf1# ], 42.Kh1 By far the most commonly played third move for Black is the Morphy Defence, 3...a6, which "puts the question" to the white bishop. i believe every 1.e4 player has to (at least) be able to hold his own against the ruy. Spending a tempo to drive her bishop back further which prevents 7.Bxc6 (the delayed exchange variation). Ne3 Nxe3 28. The lost tempo,however she takes advantage of the fact that his f-pawn is pinned to create the threat of 25.Qxf7+ which leads to a forced checkmate in 5. Returning to the moves played in the game, Inarkiev next played: [Analysis:Junior 9: 34.Qg4 Rg8 35.Bxe4 Bxe4 36.Rxe4 Qc6 37.Kh2 Bf6 38.Qf5 Rg5 39.Qf3 Be7 ], The game continued with Inarkiev playing: No vitriolic or systematic personal attacks against other members. No spamming, advertising, duplicate, or gibberish posts. Ng3 Nc5 15. Bb5 a6 4. Blow the whistle and inform a moderator.

The use of "sock puppet" accounts to circumvent disciplinary action taken by moderators, create a false impression of consensus or support, or stage conversations, is prohibited. Rc6 exf3 42. Bd4 h5 38. No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language. Attacking her rook winning a tempo. Rab1 Rad8 30. Developing his last minor piece and aiming it at her king. Either 17...f5 to undermine white's centre and to bring black's queen's bishop back into play; or 17...c4 to create a strong knight outpost on d3, sometimes at the cost of a pawn and to play on the queenside. Returning to the moves played in the game, for their next moves the two players played: Preventing ...d2. C84 Ruy Lopez: Closed Variation • Analysis board. Qxe3 Qe6 29. [Analysis:Junior 9: 27...Nf6 28.Bg5 Nh7 29.Be3 Rc8 30.Rad1 g5 31.Qg3 Rxc3 32.Bb1 Nf6 with insufficient compensation for the pawn.]. She leaves her e-pawn enprise (in effect she is sacrificing a pawn) in order to create the threat of Qg3 next move. No cyberstalking or malicious posting of negative or private information (doxing/doxxing) of members. Be3 Nc4 26. Nf3 Nc6 3. Qg3 Ng6 26. Ra3, And now black has a choice between 17...f5 and 17...c4. Qd3 Qc8 20. Kosteniuk develops another minor piece, intending to transfer it immediately to f1 (so she can develop her dark-squared bishop). This opening requires great care in maneuvering and only when you are mathematically/tactically correct you should start forcing things that you have calculated to a better position.

Her plan is to move both knights:the one on f3 to h4 and the one on g3 to h5 then move her queen first to g3 then to g6. [EventType "team"] [EventRounds "7"] [EventCountry "RUS"] [Source "ChessBase"] 1. e4 e5 2. It is kinda difficult explaining since you are right there are so many different variations and motifs, patterns that you don't know where to start.

[Analysis: Junior 9: 26...Re6 27.Be3 Rc8 28.Rad1 Bxb3 29.axb3 Qc6 30.Rc1 Rg6 with sufficient compensation for the pawn.] According to my database this is a move almost always played by Black at this stage of the game in this position.

59th ch-RUS 1st League Tomsk RUS (2), 04.09.2006. I never thought about 12.Nf1, looks OK but there are better ways to maintain the initiative. Copyright 2001-2020, Chessgames Services LLC, Maroczy vs Uedemann / Erdeky / Kimball / Frit. Becoming a member is free, anonymous, and takes less than 1 minute! Bb1 c5 16. d5 Nd7 17. The game continued with the players playing these moves: [Analysis:Junior 9:Better was 37...Bf7: 37...Bf7 38.Qf3 f4 39.Bb3 Ne3 40.Bxf7 Nxd1 41.Rxd1 Rxf7 ], [Analysis:Another idea was to play 38.Qg6 with this variation possible: 38.Qg6 Nb2 39.Rxd5 Qxd5 40.Bxe4 Qg8 41.Qc6 Qf7 42.Kh1 Na4 43.Re3 Qf6 44.Qxb5 Qf1+ 45.Qxf1 Rxf1+ 46.Kh2 Rc1 ].

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Rxd8 Rxd8 32. axb3 Qxb3 33. Nc4 it traps the rook and black resigned after a few more moves. A move almost always played by Black at this time, he indirectly applies more pressure to her e-pawn.He intends to spend a tempo to play his bishop back to f8 (which will allow the rook to give more protection to his e-pawn). Rad1 getting his last undeveloped piece to the action. getting the bad bishop some type of activity and hoping to trade it off. Qxd5 36.Bxe4 Qd8 37.Qf5 (37.Bf5 Rb8 38.Ra1 Qf6 39.Rxa4 e4 40.Bxe4 Nd2 41.Qf5 Qxf5 42.Bxf5 Bxc3 ) 37...Kg8 38.Bc2 Nd2 39.Qh7+ Kf8 40.Bxa4 Rxc3 41.Bc2 Qg5 ]. Bb3 h6 19. O-O Be7 6. The only move I have black playing in this position in my database, representing the lost tempo. Inarkiev's next move in the game was: (a)Junior 9: 40...Nd2 41.Rf6 Bxf6 42.Qxh6+ Kg8 43.Qxf6 Qc6 44.Qxe5 Qe6 45.Qg3+ Kf7 46.Qf4+ Ke7 47.Qc7+ Ke8 48.Qb8+ Kd7 49.Qxb5+ Bc6 50.Qe2 Kc7 ; (b)Hiarcs 8: 40...Qc6 41.Rc1 e4 42.Bb3 Be5+ 43.Kg1 Bb8 ]. For most of that time, the closed variations beginning 3... a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.O-O Be7 have been considered the main line of the Ruy Lopez, but ever since Vladimir Kramnik used it to win the chess crown from Garry Kasparov in 2000, the Berlin variation - the so-called "Berlin Wall" - has become increasingly popular at the highest level to the point that it could now be considered the main line of the whole Ruy Lopez. The main point of 3...a6 is that after the common retreat 4.Ba4, Black will have the possibility of breaking a future pin on the queen knight by playing ...b5. Rbd1 Bxb3 31. [Analysis:Junior 9:Better was 36.Qf5: 36.Qf5 Nd6 37.Qh5 Rd8 38.g4 f6 39.Re2 Rd7 40.g5 Bf7 41.Qh4 fxg5 42.Qg4 Qc7 43.Bxe4 h5!? O-O Be7 6. Blacks typical plan if he keeps the center closed is usually to put a knight on c5 (maybe even to … NOTE: Please keep all discussion on-topic. GM Ray Keene dubbed him a 'tactical maniac'. Junior 9 evaluates that Inarkieve has sufficient compensation for the pawn. 8.c3 would allow ...d5 and introduce the marshall attack.

The game began with the players playing the opening moves in the Ruy Lopez: Inarkiev now continued the game by playing: Returning to the moves played in the game, Kosteniuk's next move in the game was: Creating the threat of 46...Nf1 (which forces 47.Rxf1 due to the threat of 47...Qh2#). Nxf8 dxe4 23. anything is better than going into the Marshall Attack. do not necessarily represent the views of Chessgames.com, its employees, or sponsors. 28...Nb6, Intending ...Nc4. This move defines the variation of the Ruy Lopez being played:it is known as the Flohr-Zaitsev system (Lenzerheide variation). then simply login login under your username now to join the discussion. Bg5! Re1 b5 7. Kosteniuk played continued the game by playing: Kosteniuk plays a rarely played continuation in my database.

She forces him to spend a tempo to move his attacked knight. He considers chess to be a sport-a martial art!

The game continued with Kosteniuk playing: [Analysis:Junior 9: 29.Bxe4 Bxe4 30.Rxe4 Qd5 31.Rd1 Nc4 32.Ne3 Nxe3 33.Rxe3 Qxa2 34.Rd3 Be7 35.Qh5 Kg8 And White has insufficient compensation for the pawn. She spends a tempo to close the center and force his knight from the c6-outpost. Nf1 Nbd7 14. 3...a6. Ng6 d5 22. exd5 Bxd5 23. Kh2 Kh6 44. Rxf6 e4+ 43. Bb3 d6 8. c3 O-O 9. h3 Re8 10. d4 Bb7 11. Here Psahkis blundered in time pressure with 40. then leading to an unstoppable position. We would like to remind that he was the European Champion U-16, Russian Champion U-20." Re1 b5 7. Bb3 h6 19. Here white got into a little trouble while grabbing the extra pawn. and after 41. Kosteniuk intends to move her bishop back to c2 in order to create a triple attack against his pawn on e4. [Analysis:Junior 9: 34...bxa4 35.Rxd5!? i don't have the exact link but i remember a good example from one of the deep blue-kasparov games where the computer (as white) developed a beautiful, long term, winning plan down the a-file. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc2 c6 16. b4 Ncd7 17. dxc6 Bxc6 18. 29...Nc4 Bxf4 Nxf4 33. So how does Adams do it? ], The players next played these moves in the game: His next move in the game was: This move is the most popular for Black in this position. [Analysis:Hiarcs 8: 23.Nxf6+ Nxf6 24.Qg3 Kh7 25.Rd1 Nd5 26.a4 g6 27.axb5 axb5 28.Rxa8 Qxa8 29.Nh4 Bg7 ], Returning to the moves played in the Kosteniuk-Inarkiev game, Inarkiev next played the move: Rac1 Bd5 32. The most often played move by Black in this position. Returning to the moves played in the game, for his next move Inarkiev played: He spends a tempo to support his pawn on e4. She creates an escape square for her bishop in case he plays ...Na5. Qd8? (March 2018) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) The Exchange Variation of the Ruy Lopez is a chess opening that begins with the moves: 1. e4 e5 2. Rc2 Nd5 38. Kosteniuk intends to advance her d-pawn to d5 to attack his knight and close the center very soon.

NOTE: Create an account today Nxf8 Kxf8 24. [Analysis:Junior 9:Better was 36...exf3! Rb6 Kg5 46. Nbd2 Bf8 12. a4 h6 13. Black's plan would be to expand on the kingside with f5 and more importantly get rid or activate that bad bishop on e7. Bg2 and if Rxg5?! He spends a tempo to prevent her from playing the pinning move Bg5 and in the process gives his king "luft". Returning to the moves played in the game, she next played a queen move: [Analysis:Shredder 8: 41.Bd1 Nd2 42.Rf6 Bxf6 43.Qxh6+ Kg8 44.Qxf6 Bc4 45.Kg1 Qg7 46.Qd8+ Kh7 47.Qh4+ Kg8 48.Qd8+ Kh7 49.Qh4+ Qh6 50.Qe7+ Kg6 51.Qe8+ Kg7 52.Qd7+ Bf7 53.Qxb5 Qf4 54.Bg4 Qf2+ 55.Kh1 Qf1+ 56.Qxf1 Nxf1 57.Kg1 Bc4 ], The game continued with Inarkiev playing: Nf5 Nd5 25. Rf1 Analysis:Shredder 8: 49.Qf5+ Qxf5 50.Bxf5+ Kg8 51.Rxf1 Bxf1 52.Be6+ Kh8 53.Bg4 Bxc3 54.Kg1 e2 55.Bxe2 Bxe2 56.Kf2 Bd3 57.Kg1 Bxb4. Nf5 Qd7 25. [Analysis:Shredder 8:A better idea is the pawn sacrifice 44...e2! .

Kg1 Qe6 43. Re1 b5 7. Anyway, Closed Ruy Lopez positions usually involve white taking the center of course and black throwing either pawns at it (Chigorin) or pieces at it (Beyer). Nxe8 Rxe8 28. c4 bxc4 29. O-O Be7 6. Rxc4 Kh7 36. f3 Qf7 37. 41...Bg8, [Analysis:Shredder 8: 41...Kh7 42.Qh5 Nd2 43.Qf5+ Kg8 44.Rc1 Qf7 45.Qg4 Nf1+ 46.Kh1 e2 47.Qc8+ Bf8 48.Qg4+ Kh8 49.Qh4 Qc7 50.Qf6+ Bg7 51.Qxf1 exf1Q+ 52.Rxf1 e3 53.c4 Qg3 54.cxd5 Be5 55.Rf8+ Kg7 56.Kg1 Kxf8 57.Bd3 Qe1+ 58.Bf1 Qf2+ 59.Kh1 Qxf1# ], 42.Kh1 By far the most commonly played third move for Black is the Morphy Defence, 3...a6, which "puts the question" to the white bishop. i believe every 1.e4 player has to (at least) be able to hold his own against the ruy. Spending a tempo to drive her bishop back further which prevents 7.Bxc6 (the delayed exchange variation). Ne3 Nxe3 28. The lost tempo,however she takes advantage of the fact that his f-pawn is pinned to create the threat of 25.Qxf7+ which leads to a forced checkmate in 5. Returning to the moves played in the game, Inarkiev next played: [Analysis:Junior 9: 34.Qg4 Rg8 35.Bxe4 Bxe4 36.Rxe4 Qc6 37.Kh2 Bf6 38.Qf5 Rg5 39.Qf3 Be7 ], The game continued with Inarkiev playing: No vitriolic or systematic personal attacks against other members. No spamming, advertising, duplicate, or gibberish posts. Ng3 Nc5 15. Bb5 a6 4. Blow the whistle and inform a moderator.

The use of "sock puppet" accounts to circumvent disciplinary action taken by moderators, create a false impression of consensus or support, or stage conversations, is prohibited. Rc6 exf3 42. Bd4 h5 38. No obscene, racist, sexist, or profane language. Attacking her rook winning a tempo. Rab1 Rad8 30. Developing his last minor piece and aiming it at her king. Either 17...f5 to undermine white's centre and to bring black's queen's bishop back into play; or 17...c4 to create a strong knight outpost on d3, sometimes at the cost of a pawn and to play on the queenside. Returning to the moves played in the game, for their next moves the two players played: Preventing ...d2. C84 Ruy Lopez: Closed Variation • Analysis board. Qxe3 Qe6 29. [Analysis:Junior 9: 27...Nf6 28.Bg5 Nh7 29.Be3 Rc8 30.Rad1 g5 31.Qg3 Rxc3 32.Bb1 Nf6 with insufficient compensation for the pawn.]. She leaves her e-pawn enprise (in effect she is sacrificing a pawn) in order to create the threat of Qg3 next move. No cyberstalking or malicious posting of negative or private information (doxing/doxxing) of members. Be3 Nc4 26. Nf3 Nc6 3. Qg3 Ng6 26. Ra3, And now black has a choice between 17...f5 and 17...c4. Qd3 Qc8 20. Kosteniuk develops another minor piece, intending to transfer it immediately to f1 (so she can develop her dark-squared bishop). This opening requires great care in maneuvering and only when you are mathematically/tactically correct you should start forcing things that you have calculated to a better position.

Her plan is to move both knights:the one on f3 to h4 and the one on g3 to h5 then move her queen first to g3 then to g6. [EventType "team"] [EventRounds "7"] [EventCountry "RUS"] [Source "ChessBase"] 1. e4 e5 2. It is kinda difficult explaining since you are right there are so many different variations and motifs, patterns that you don't know where to start.

[Analysis: Junior 9: 26...Re6 27.Be3 Rc8 28.Rad1 Bxb3 29.axb3 Qc6 30.Rc1 Rg6 with sufficient compensation for the pawn.] According to my database this is a move almost always played by Black at this stage of the game in this position.

59th ch-RUS 1st League Tomsk RUS (2), 04.09.2006. I never thought about 12.Nf1, looks OK but there are better ways to maintain the initiative. Copyright 2001-2020, Chessgames Services LLC, Maroczy vs Uedemann / Erdeky / Kimball / Frit. Becoming a member is free, anonymous, and takes less than 1 minute! Bb1 c5 16. d5 Nd7 17. The game continued with the players playing these moves: [Analysis:Junior 9:Better was 37...Bf7: 37...Bf7 38.Qf3 f4 39.Bb3 Ne3 40.Bxf7 Nxd1 41.Rxd1 Rxf7 ], [Analysis:Another idea was to play 38.Qg6 with this variation possible: 38.Qg6 Nb2 39.Rxd5 Qxd5 40.Bxe4 Qg8 41.Qc6 Qf7 42.Kh1 Na4 43.Re3 Qf6 44.Qxb5 Qf1+ 45.Qxf1 Rxf1+ 46.Kh2 Rc1 ].

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