Sunday, May 6, 2018

Caro-Kann Delayed Panov

This wild Caro-Kann Defence ended up in favor of Ray Haines who played Black. This delayed Panov became some type of Queens Gambit Accepted. Moves 18 to 21 were full of blunders on both sides. The most important rule is, "Don't make the last blunder!"

mohamed395 (1647) - rrhaines33 (1684), Live Chess, 03.04.2018 begins 1.e4 c6 2.Nf3 d5 3.exd5 cxd5 4.d4 Nc6 5.c4 Nf6 6.Nc3 dxc4 7.Bxc4 Bg4 8.Be3 e6 9.h3 Bh5 10.Be2 Be7 11.Qb3 0-0 12.Qxb7 Nb4 13.0-0 Nc2 14.Rad1 Nxe3 15.fxe3 Rb8 16.Qxa7 Rxb2 17.g4 [17.Rb1=] 17...Bg6 18.Ne5? [18.Bd3 Bb4=/+] 18...Bd6? [18...Bb4-+] 19.h4? [19.Nxg6=] 19...Be4? [19...Ne4!-+] 20.Nxe4 [20.g5!=] 20...Nxe4 [20...Rxe2=/+] 21.Nxf7? [21.Rxf7!+-] 21...Rxe2 22.Rf2 Rxf2 23.Nxd8 [Black has a mate in two.]
23...Bh2+ 24.Kh1 Ng3# 0-1

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