THE WEEK IN CHESS 102                    21/10/96        Mark Crowther
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1)  Introduction
2)  Fontys International Tournament in Tilburg
3)  International Tournament in Jakarta Indonesia
4)  Olympiad Corrections
5)  Spanish Team Championships.
6) "Sahmatik" tournament in Stara Pazova by Sinisa Joksic
7)  XII World Youth Chess Festival
8)  Category 2 in Loures Portugal.
9)  Kasparov visits Israel
10) Russian chess Championships Elista
11) PCA WORLD CHESS RANKING top 50.
12) The Czech System - 1.e4 d6 2.d4 Nf6 3.Nc3 c6!? - Part II

GAMES SECTION

Main Games Section

It, Tilburg NED 1996          		30
It, Jakarta INA 1996           		 6
It, Loures POR 1996           	  	24
Yerevan Olympiad Corrections		11

Spanish Team Championships

ESP-tt, Oropesa del Mar ESP 1996       180
ESP-tt A, Oropesa del Mar ESP 1996     180
ESP-tt B, Oropesa del Mar ESP 1996     112

Women's Olympiad Round 6	       111

1) Introduction

My thanks to Ian Rogers, Chiacs, Sinisa Joksic, TASC, Jon Speelman,
Yvette Negel, Marco R. Martini, Luis Santos, Rune Djurhuus, Jason Luchan
and to Paul Onstad whose Normal.exe program has proved a new favourite
program of mine for converting those games not in Standard PGN notation.

This has been a good week, lots of strong chess throughout the World and
the Russian Chess championships to look forward to. I will be  covering
the Owen's Corning Tournament in Wrexham Wales on my www page with the
games and results of the last few rounds. Just too late for inclusion in
this issue.

The strong event of the week has been the Fontys Tournament in Tilburg.
If last week I was a little down on the games played in rounds 3 and 4
things picked up this week and we should be in for a terrific finish.

Sinisa Joksic who travelled to the Elista Olympiad has come up with the
missing round 6 games from the Women's Olympiad presented in this issue.

Garry Kasparov played a simultaneous in Isreal early this week, he is
to be in London on Friday.

Plenty to enjoy. Hope you enjoy this issue

Mark

2) Fontys International Tournament in Tilburg

The Fontys International Tournament in Tilburg produced an extremely
enjoyable weeks play to make up for some rather dull chess in rounds 3
and 4. If the story of the tournament was Shirov's energetic play in the
firsts 6 rounds then the week ended with Gelfand and Van Wely taking the
honours. With 8 of the 11 rounds completed a strong finish from almost
any of the players in the top half could give them the tournament.

Boris Gelfand, born in 1968 was one of the first of the new generation
to emerge.  Extremely hard working, he is known for his good preparation
and fine all round technical skill rather than sparkling brilliance.
This does not mean that his play lacks sharpness and he always strikes
me as a modern day Portisch (not that  Portisch is quite finished yet,
see elsewhere in this issue.) His form dipped after  losing to Karpov in
the FIDE Candidates semi-finals but his form has gradually returned
since a tough VSB tournament earlier in the year.

He is certainly a well respected Grandmaster, there are some doubts as
to his temperement, he has for instance had at least two winning
positions against Kasparov but failed to convert them but players know
not to take undue  risks against him. Here he started with a solid draw
with Black against Piket followed by a win against Adams who took too
many risks taking material on the Queenside. He seems quite happy to use
the win with white draw with Black method and drew comfortably with
Black against Leko and Lautier but was not very happy allowing a three
fold repetition against Almasi in round 4.  His fine technique allowed
him to make the most of a superor position against Emil Sutovskij and
not take any nonsense from Karpov who tried hard to win a position that
was really close on level. His victory against Shirov was marked first
by calm positional pressure and then after Shirov's disasterous 26. Bxf4
 giving up the dark squares in his position he unerringly brought the
point home.

In round 9 Gelfand and Van Wely drew, and a close finish is now on the
cards.

Loek Van Wely has an image problem. My abiding image of him is walking
round in a tracksuit and as being just one of many such people on the
International Open Circuit. This is now an outdated image. Along with
Spain, The Netherlands is a  good place to be an improving young
Grandmaster due to the number of strong international  events held every
year.. Loek Van Wely has been in the shadow of Jan Timman and Jeroen
Piket but due to the poor form of  these players recently Loek is
actually the highest rated player. He worked as one of Gata Kamsky's
seconds in Elista (he got into terrible trouble as he was signed for the
Dutch Championships at the same time and there was talk of him being
banned from certain events) and this was an invaluable part of his chess
education. His play here, apart from one disaster against Emil Sutovskij
 has been classy. Perhaps soon he will be recognised as the best Dutch
player by right rather than by default. His best win was against Karpov
which was  a calm realisation of a nice positional edge, it says much
for him that this followed his disaster against Sutovskij, He followed
this with a sharp tactical battle against Shirov where he took on the
Latvian at his own game and won.

Shirov has had an up and down tournament. His fine play up to round 6
was ruined by week moments in rounds 7 and 8. He may have got his tournament
back on track with his victory over Judit Polgar in round 9.

Adams, Piket and Leko have all had very solid tournaments. The same cannot
be said of Anatoly Karpov who has been one of the major talking points of
the event so far. Only one win but two losses represents a disaster for
him. He is now over 40 and certainly greats of the past like Keres also
became very inconsistant after the age of 40. Keres in fact was at various
points almost the best player in the World, at other moments he was less
good so it isn't time to rule out Karpov having big results in the future.
His problem has been that he hasn't won much with white and has leaked with
Black. Typical of his frustration was drawing against Shirov when he missed
several better options to put his opponent under pressure. His passive position
against Van Wely came from an opening he usually plays very well.

Judit Polgar is reported to be very tired after too much chess recently.
Her performance at the Olympiad and here will cost her a lot of ELO
points.  This is the first event I've seen her play become dispirited
in. Having said that when you are trying to get into form horrible
things can happen. She ploughed down the same variation of the Sicilian
that a number of people have struggled with against Shirov , tried an
improvement at move 10 and was just anihilated.

There has been coverage at my site and at

http://www.tcc.net/chess/chess.html

where Yvette Nagel is in Tilburg for Inside Chess Online Magazine and also
http://www.tasc.nl/fontys/games.html where TASC who are providing the
electronic demonstration boards have covered the event.


Round 5 (1996.10.16)

Leko, Peter     - Piket, Jeroen    1/2   39  B67  Sicilian
Adams, Michael  - Svidler, Peter   1/2   34  B66  Sicilian
Karpov, Anatoly - Shirov, Alexei   1/2   42  D10  Slav defence
Sutovskij, Emil - Van Wely, Loek   1-0   24  B84  Sicilian
Almasi, Zoltan  - Polgar, Judit    0-1   35  B80  Sicilian
Lautier, Joel   - Gelfand, Boris   1/2   36  B92  Sicilian; Najdorf

Round 6 (1996.10.17)

Gelfand, Boris  - Sutovskij, Emil  1-0   61  E91  Kings indian; Classical
Van Wely, Loek  - Karpov, Anatoly  1-0   66  E15  Nimzo indian
Adams, Michael  - Leko, Peter      1/2   49  B12  Caro-Kann
Piket, Jeroen   - Almasi, Zoltan   1/2   24  E05  Nimzo indian
Svidler, Peter  - Shirov, Alexei   0-1   61  B01  Scandinavian
Polgar, Judit   - Lautier, Joel    1/2   45  B95  Sicilian; Najdorf

Round 7 (1996.10.18)

Leko, Peter     - Svidler, Peter   1-0   39  B90  Sicilian; Najdorf
Shirov, Alexei  - Van Wely, Loek   0-1   41  B81  Sicilian
Karpov, Anatoly - Gelfand, Boris   1/2   63  E63  Kings indian
Sutovskij, Emil - Polgar, Judit    1-0   22  B84  Sicilian
Almasi, Zoltan  - Adams, Michael   1/2   25  C92  Ruy Lopez
Lautier, Joel   - Piket, Jeroen    0-1   29  A29  English; 1.c4 e5

Round 8 (1996.10.19)

Gelfand, Boris  - Shirov, Alexei   1-0   42  A20  English; 1.c4 e5
Leko, Peter     - Almasi, Zoltan   1/2   31  C92  Ruy Lopez
Adams, Michael  - Lautier, Joel    1/2   62  B25  Sicilian; Closed
Piket, Jeroen   - Sutovskij, Emil  1/2   62  E80  Kings indian; Saemisch
Svidler, Peter  - Van Wely, Loek   1/2   47  B85  Sicilian
Polgar, Judit   - Karpov, Anatoly  1/2   20  D42  Semi-Tarrasch Defence.

Round 9 (1996.10.21)

Shirov, Alexei  - Polgar, Judit    1-0   30  B84  Sicilian
Van Wely, Loek  - Gelfand, Boris   1/2   31  D43  Semi-Slav
Karpov, Anatoly - Piket, Jeroen    1/2   25  D77  1.d4 d5 2.c4 g6
Sutovskij, Emil - Adams, Michael   0-1   30  C85  Ruy Lopez
Almasi, Zoltan  - Svidler, Peter   1/2   32  B09  Pirc; Austrian
Lautier, Joel   - Leko, Peter      0-1   40  D85  Gruenfeld indian


Tilburg NED (NED), X 1996.                         cat. XVI (2648)
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                                1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
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 1 Gelfand, Boris   g BLR 2665  * = 1 = 1 = = 1 = = . .  6.0  2769
 2 Leko, Peter      g HUN 2630  = * 0 = = = . . = 1 1 1  5.5  2725
 3 Shirov, Alexei   g ESP 2685  0 1 * 0 . . = = 1 = 1 1  5.5  2727
 4 Van Wely, Loek   g NED 2605  = = 1 * = . 1 0 1 = = .  5.5  2738
 5 Adams, Michael   g ENG 2685  0 = . = * = . 1 = = = 1  5.0  2669
 6 Piket, Jeroen    g NED 2580  = = . . = * = = = 1 = =  5.0  2699
 7 Karpov, Anatoly  g RUS 2775  = . = 0 . = * = 0 1 = =  4.0  2589
 8 Sutovskij, Emil  m ISR 2565  0 . = 1 0 = = * . 0 = 1  4.0  2615
 9 Almasi, Zoltan   g HUN 2655  = = 0 0 = = 1 . * . = 0  3.5  2580
10 Lautier, Joel    g FRA 2620  = 0 = = = 0 0 1 . * . =  3.5  2570
11 Svidler, Peter   g RUS 2650  . 0 0 = = = = = = . * =  3.5  2569
12 Polgar, Judit    g HUN 2665  . 0 0 . 0 = = 0 1 = = *  3.0  2524
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3) International Tournament in Jakarta Indonesia

My thanks to chiacs for sending news of this strong Category 13 event.
He only got two press releases and they contained the full round 3 games
and one rather attractive game from round 1.

Round 1 (1996.10.15)

Portisch, Lajos   - Hickl, Joerg       1-0   28  A41  Queen's pawn
Sokolov, Ivan     - Adianto, Utut      1/2
Ftacnik, Lubomir  - Krasenkow, Michal  1/2
Gurevich, Mikhail - Torre, Eugenio     0-1
Liu, Dede         - Gunawan, Ruben     1/2

Round 2 (1996.10.16)

Torre, Eugenio    - Sokolov, Ivan      1-0
Ftacnik, Lubomir  - Liu, Dede          1/2
Krasenkow, Michal - Adianto, Utut      1/2
Hickl, Joerg      - Gurevich, Mikhail  0-1

Round 3 (1996.10.17)

Portisch, Lajos   - Ftacnik, Lubomir   1/2   60  D82  Gruenfeld indian
Sokolov, Ivan     - Hickl, Joerg       1-0   35  A21  English; 1.c4 e5
Adianto, Utut     - Torre, Eugenio     1/2   22  E12  Nimzo indian
Gurevich, Mikhail - Gunawan, Ruben     1/2   47  E11  Bogo indian
Liu, Dede         - Krasenkow, Michal  1/2   34  B06  Modern defence

Round 4 (1996.10.18)

Ftacnik, Lubomir  - Gurevich, Mikhail  1/2
Krasenkow, Michal - Torre, Eugenio     1/2
Liu, Dede         - Portisch, Lajos    0-1
Hickl, Joerg      - Adianto, Utut      1-0
Gunawan, Ruben    - Sokolov, Ivan      0-1

Round 5 (1996.10.20)

Portisch, Lajos   - Krasenkow, Michal  1-0
Torre, Eugenio    - Hickl, Joerg       1/2
Sokolov, Ivan     - Ftacnik, Lubomir   1/2
Adianto, Utut     - Gunawan, Ruben     1-0
Gurevich, Mikhail - Liu, Dede          1/2


Jakarta INA (INA), X 1996.                         cat. XIII (2566)
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 1 Portisch, Lajos    g HUN 2600  * . . . = . 1 1 1 .  3.5 /4  2891
 2 Torre, Eugenio     g PHI 2535  . * 1 = . 1 = . = .  3.5 /5  2766
 3 Sokolov, Ivan      g BIH 2670  . 0 * = = . . . 1 1  3.0 /5  2627
 4 Adianto, Utut      g INA 2605  . = = * . . = . 0 1  2.5 /5  2567
 5 Ftacnik, Lubomir   g SVK 2610  = . = . * = = = . .  2.5 /5  2577
 6 Gurevich, Mikhail  g BEL 2605  . 0 . . = * . = 1 =  2.5 /5  2515
 7 Krasenkow, Michal  g POL 2605  0 = . = = . * = . .  2.0 /5  2479
 8 Liu, Dede          m INA 2405  0 . . . = = = * . =  2.0 /5  2497
 9 Hickl, Joerg       g GER 2600  0 = 0 1 . 0 . . * .  1.5 /5  2454
10 Gunawan, Ruben     f INA 2425  . . 0 0 . = . = . *  1.0 /4  2378
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4) Olympiad Corrections

Sinisa Joksic sends the games from round 6 of the women's Olympiad.

As to the FIDE elections  I am still absorbing various reports including
that of Steven Doyle. Two points of interest, he voted for Sunye Neto
not for the Kirsan ticket. He also says that to him it was clear that
the Sunye Neto ticket was going to lost right from the start.

With such a large number of games there were bound to be corrections
from the Olympiad. I have been sent some corrections, especially by Rune
Djurhuus and I have put them in the games section. Also I have noticed a
couple of instances of in which I haven't been consistant in naming the
players.

Jason Luchan points out that the games Romeril-Taleb & Ady-Bazile are
identical (rd 2).  In the bulletin the Romeril-Taleb game was a win for
Taleb but with no gamescore so that game should be deleted from the
database and the Ady-Bazile is correct.

5) Spanish Team Championships.

The Spanish Team Championships have become very strong in recent years.
The finals took place over a period of a week starting around the 5th of
October. The start of the event was just prior to the  Tilburg
tournament and this allowed Karpov to play the early rounds. He played
only four games with a score of 3/4. When he left he was replaced by
Vaisser who put in a shocker ruining his teams chances of gaining the
title. My thanks to Ian Rogers for the news some games and to Jon
Speelman for the games from all sections. Ian Rogers comments that some
of the games from the first round were incomplete in the bulletin so it
might be that some of the games I got from Jon are not fully correct.

Final scores:

1.Unio Gracienca D'Escacs  21 (Match Points) (24 Game Points);
2.Club Barcino 18 (22);
3.Caja Insular de Ahorros 18 (20.5);
4.Villa De Teror 13 (20.5);
5.C.A. Cambre 12 (20);
6.R. Circulo de Labradores  12 (18.5);
7.Club Marcote 11 (18.5);
8.C.A. Vulca 10 (16.5);
9.S. Miralbueno El Olivar 10 (16);
10.C.A. Sta Margarita-Alcudia 0 (3.5).

The bottom two teams were relegated. Vulca (Pia Cramling, Bellon,
O.Rodriguez) were the defending champions. However they would have been
relegated had not El Olivar lost their very last game so that Vulca
survived on tiebreak. Graciena had a pre-arranged 2-2 with Barcino in
the final round - a strange decision by Barcino, led by Spraggett, since
second place was virtually meaningless. The decisive match was when
Gracienca (Illescas, Magem) beat Caja Insular (Vaisser, Izeta) 4-0.
Villa de Teror (Speelman) started well but faded dramatically. The other
clubs, Cambre (Strikovic), Labradores (Campora) and Marcote (Gulko) were
happy just to avoid relegation.

6) "Sahmatik" tournament in Stara Pazova by Sinisa Joksic

Immediately after Olympiad "Sahmatik",  a Chess club from Belgrade
organised a Category 8 tournament (2436) in Stara Pazova. This is a
small town 20km. from Belgrade. The playing room and conditions were
very good.

1.   Zontakh,Andrey m (UKR)  		8 (from 11), GM-norm,
2.   Markovic,Miroslav m (YUG)  	7
3-4. Dimitrov,Vladimir g (BUL) 		6
     Filipovic,Branko m (YUG)  		6
5-8  Ilincic,Zlatko g (YUG)		5.5
     Sahovic,Dragutin g (YUG)		5.5
     Chatalbashev,Boris m (BUL)		5.5
     Simic,Radoslav g (YUG)  		5.5
9-10 Petronic,Jovan m (YUG) 		5
     Damjanovic,Vladimir f (YUG)  	5
11.  Tringov,Georgi g (BUL)  		4
12.  Perunovic,Milos  			3


My only remark is that they did not produce a Bulletin. A few years ago,
 according to FIDE rules, organisers were obliged to publishing daily
bulletin or to collect all the games and send them to the FIDE offices
with the arbiter's report at the end of tournament. (That was for
tournaments with GM norms available 7th. cat. and above)

I don't know who in FIDE decided to "forget" this rule.

There have been a few events recently which have underlined the need for
this rule.

Last year's event in Strumca Macedonia where Azmaiparashvili and Kutirov
 made incredible results. (I have not found any chess player who trusts
this result.) [See TWIC99 for the games]

Then a non-played tournament in Belgrade, were Levin and Ulmanskaya
"made" GM  titles, which FIDE Congress annuled after six months and took
from them the title they had been awarded, and so on.

FIDE has to order to all organisers to send them all the games from
tournament, printed or in file. Announcing the final standings of the
tournament in the "FIDE Forum" is not enough. First of all it's not
available to all chessplayers.

In the case that organisers don't send the games the tournament should not
be calculated for rating.

[I agree with much of this, but the thought only now occurs to me. that
a player might persuade the organiser not to submit the result of an
event if it went badly! In the general run of things a no games no
rating would at least tax the imagination of anyone minded to cheat.
However the buying and selling of games has, according to one
international player I spoke to recently, become rife, especially in
large international opens and in certain regular tournaments in Eastern
Europe. 1000-2000 pounds per GM norm is the going rate and you might not
even have to be in the country in which the event is supposed to have
taken place in. Some regualr GM norm events are known to be  clean,
First Saturday has this reputation, others not but I don't have any
direct evidence to point the finger directly. Mark C]

7) XII World Youth Chess Festival

Menorca in the Balearic Islands is the venue of the World Youth Chess
Festival between 20th October and the 3rd November 1996. This FIDE event
is endorsed by the United Nations and is an annual event. The
competition has under 10,12,14,16 and 18 sections for both boys and
girls. It will produce 10  Champions altogether. The events are 11 round
Swiss events.

8) Category 2 in Loures Portugal.

Luis Santos (IM and GM ICCF) sends news of a Category 2 tournament in
Loures Portugal which is being covered on the internet:

The link is http://costa-do-estoril.com/loures/


Round 1 (1996.10.17)

Fernandes, Antonio  - Pinho, Paulo         1/2   57  B86  Sicilian
Santos, Carlos P    - Permuy, Carlos       1/2   22  A82  Dutch defence
De Sousa, Jose      - Gaspar, Artur        1/2   75  D10  Slav defence
Costa, Fernando J.M - Quadrio, Alexandre   0-1   40  C41  Philidor defence
Ferreira, Nelson    - Spraggett, Kevin     0-1   40  A12  English; 1.c4
Lima, Paulo         - Rocha, Sergio        1-0   27  B57  Sicilian

Round 2 (1996.10.18)

Spraggett, Kevin    - Santos, Carlos P     1-0   24  C70  Ruy Lopez
Pinho, Paulo        - Costa, Fernando J.M  1-0   43  D81  Gruenfeld indian
Rocha, Sergio       - Gaspar, Artur        1-0   52  B20  Sicilian
Quadrio, Alexandre  - De Sousa, Jose       1/2   43  B22  Sicilian; Alapin (2.c3)
Lima, Paulo         - Ferreira, Nelson     0-1   42  B07  Pirc
Permuy, Carlos      - Fernandes, Antonio   0-1   57  B40  Sicilian

Round 3 (1996.10.19)

Fernandes, Antonio  - Spraggett, Kevin     1/2   12  A53  Benoni
Santos, Carlos P    - Lima, Paulo          1-0   35  B77  Sicilian; Dragon
De Sousa, Jose      - Pinho, Paulo         0-1   26  D91  Gruenfeld indian
Gaspar, Artur       - Quadrio, Alexandre   1/2   11  C80  Ruy Lopez
Costa, Fernando J.M - Permuy, Carlos       1-0   35  B06  Modern defence
Ferreira, Nelson    - Rocha, Sergio        0-1   29  A37  English; 1.c4 c5

Round 4 (1996.10.20)

Spraggett, Kevin    - Costa, Fernando J.M  1-0   26  B30  Sicilian
Pinho, Paulo        - Gaspar, Artur        1/2   42  E94  Kings indian; Classical
Rocha, Sergio       - Quadrio, Alexandre   1-0   41  C41  Philidor defence
Ferreira, Nelson    - Santos, Carlos P     0-1   17  A04  Reti (1.Nf3)
Lima, Paulo         - Fernandes, Antonio   0-1   29  B29  Sicilian; Nimzowitsch
Permuy, Carlos      - De Sousa, Jose       1/2   13  D53  QGD;


Loures POR (POR), X 1996.                               cat. II (2276)
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                                    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 1 2
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 1 Spraggett, Kevin     g CAN 2530  * = . . 1 . . . 1 1 . .  3.5  2617
 2 Fernandes, Antonio   m POR 2410  = * = . . . . . . . 1 1  3.0  2466
 3 Pinho, Paulo           POR 2135  . = * . . . 1 = 1 . . .  3.0  2455
 4 Rocha, Sergio        f POR 2400  . . . * . 1 . 1 . 1 0 .  3.0  2374
 5 Santos, Carlos P     f POR 2340  0 . . . * . . . . 1 1 =  2.5  2385
 6 Quadrio, Alexandre     POR 2230  . . . 0 . * = = 1 . . .  2.0  2260
 7 De Sousa, Jose         FRA 2285  . . 0 . . = * = . . . =  1.5  2128
 8 Gaspar, Artur          POR 2180  . . = 0 . = = * . . . .  1.5  2175
 9 Costa, Fernando J.M    POR 2175  0 . 0 . . 0 . . * . . 1  1.0  2109
10 Ferreira, Nelson     m ANG 2200  0 . . 0 0 . . . . * 1 .  1.0  2153
11 Lima, Paulo            POR 2115  . 0 . 1 0 . . . . 0 * .  1.0  2144
12 Permuy, Carlos         ESP 2315  . 0 . . = . = . 0 . . *  1.0  2109
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9) Kasparov visits Israel

Gary Kasparov visited Israel this week. There for the start of the
Israeli chess league he also gave a simulaneous exhibition. He last gave
such an exhibition there almost exactly two years ago where he scored:

Kasparov vs. Figure-heads 18+ 1= Israeli Youth team: 11+ 4= (Sutovsky
who is currently  playing in Tilburg was one of those getting a draw.)

Kasparov's only draw in his exhibition against the figureheads last time
was against Anatoli Scheransky. This time Scheransky went one better by
winning this time. The famous former Soviet dissident passed  many of
his hours in detainment by playing over chess games in his mind. He is
now a Trade Minister in  the Israeli Government but seems to have lost
little of his skill for the game. Kasparov would have been forwarned as
to his strength having played him before and this was an excellent
results by any standards.

Kasparov's final result was +18 =4 -3

Scheransky in an interview with Israeli Television showed a great sense
of humour. He was asked  whether the victory against Kasparov would help
his political career.

"Oh sure. It could be another 200,000 voters will want to vote for me.''

10) Russian Chess Championships Elista

The Russian Chess Championships are underway in Elista. It is a big and
extremely strong Swiss system event. Chess Planet have the first two
rounds of results. Amongst the players  Sveshnikov, Bareev,  Dreev,
Balashov,  Rublevsky, Khalifman, Epishin, Tiviakov,  Zvjaginsev,
Sokolov, Vasiukov, Dolmatov, Dvoirys, Goldin, Pigusov, Filippov, Ulibin


11) PCA WORLD CHESS RANKING top 50.

      For player for 50 higher
      Results up to October 2, 1996
      after 32nd World Chess Olympiad

      Produced by Ken Thomson with ChessBase
      Calculated by Vladimir Dvorkovich, Chief
      Secretary on Olympiad in Yerevan'96

   1. Kasparov,Garry                 RUS 2796 157
   2. Anand,Viswanathan              IND 2779 156
   3. Karpov,Anatoli                 RUS 2754 151
   4. Ivanchuk,Vassily               UKR 2735 152
   5. Kramnik,Vladimir               RUS 2732 153
   6. Topalov,Veselin                BUL 2726 187
   7. Kamsky,Gata                    USA 2701 181
   8. Gelfand,Boris                  BLR 2685 158
   9. Short,Nigel D                  ENG 2684 177
  10. Shirov,Alexei                  ESP 2682 188
  11. Bareev,Evgeny                  RUS 2663 163
  12. Illescas Cordoba,Miguel        ESP 2660 179
  13. Adams,Michael                  ENG 2659 163
  14. Polgar,Judit (GM)              HUN 2657 194
  15. Svidler,Peter                  RUS 2654 152
  16. Salov,Valery                   RUS 2642 186
  17. Nikolic,Predrag                BIH 2641 175
  18. Yusupov,Artur                  GER 2640 112
  19. Akopian,Vladimir               ARM 2639 137
  20. Tiviakov,Sergei                RUS 2639 169
  21. Andersson,Ulf                  SWE 2639 147
  22. Rublevsky,Sergei               RUS 2635 174
  23. Ehlvest,Jaan                   EST 2633 159
  24. Seirawan,Yasser                USA 2628 182
  25. Granda Zuniga,Julio E          PER 2628 204
  26. Dreev,Alexey                   RUS 2620 155
  27. Leko,Peter                     HUN 2618 154
  28. Beliavsky,Alexander G          SLO 2617 140
  29. Speelman,Jonathan S            ENG 2616 168
  30. Azmaiparashvili,Zurab          GEO 2615 159
  31. Vladimirov,Evgeny              KAZ 2611 163
  32. Lautier,Joel                   FRA 2611 196
  33. Georgiev,Kiril                 BUL 2610 177
  34. Hansen,Curt                    DEN 2606 175
  35. Kosashvili,Yona                ISR 2606 197
  36. Sokolov,Ivan                   BIH 2606 158
  37. Khalifman,Alexander            RUS 2605 157
  38. Magerramov,Elmar               AZE 2604 188
  39. Nunn,John D M                  ENG 2601 176
  40. Aleksandrov,Aleksej            BLR 2599 185
  41. Malaniuk,Vladimir P            UKR 2599 169
  42. Sadler,Matthew                 ENG 2599 173
  43. Piket,Jeroen                   NED 2599 166
  44. Wolff,Patrick G                USA 2599 179
  45. Savchenko,Stanislav            UKR 2598 152
  46. Tkachev,Vladislav              KAZ 2597 136
  47. Huzman,Alexander               ISR 2596 150
  48. Timman,Jan H                   NED 2595 172
  49. Fischer,Robert James           USA 2594 197
  50. Milov,Vadim                    ISR 2593 182


12) The Czech System - 1.e4 d6 2.d4 Nf6 3.Nc3 c6!? - Part II
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By Marco R. Martini (ITA) - Email: avvmartini@mailbox.icom.it
                          - WWW  : htpp://www.icom.it./user/scac

Second part of a theoretical study of the Czech System.

1.e4 d6 2.d4 Nf6 3.Nc3 c6 4.a4 Nbd7
   [4...Qa5
      A) 5.Bd3 e5 6.Nge2 (6.dxe5 dxe5 7.h3 Bb4 8.Bd2 Be6 9.Nf3 h6 10.0-0
Nbd7 11.Qe2 0-0 12.Nb1 Bxd2 13.Qxd2 Qc7 14.Qc3 a5 15.Nbd2 Rfe8 16.Rfe1 Qd6
17.Nc4 Bxc4 18.Qxc4 Qb4 19.Qa2 Nc5 20.c3 Qb6 21.Bc2 Rad8 22.Rab1 Nd3 23.Bxd3
Rxd3 24.Qc4 Rd7 25.b4 Nh5 26.Rbd1 Rxd1 27.Rxd1 Nf6 28.g3 Qa7 29.Rb1 axb4
30.Rxb4 Re7 Gizynski,Tomasz-Titov,German/Bardejov (02) 1991/0-1 (74); 6.Bd2
exd4 7.Nb5 Qd8 8.Nxd4 d5 9.exd5 Qxd5 10.Qe2+ Be7 11.Ngf3 0-0 12.c4 Qh5 13.h3
Re8 14.0-0-0 Bb4 15.Be3 Qa5 16.Qc2 Nbd7 17.Kb1 Nc5 18.Nb3 Nxb3 19.Qxb3 Bf5
20.g4 Be4 21.Bxe4 Nxe4 22.Qc2 a6 23.Nd4 c5 24.Nf5 b5 25.Rd7 Nf6 26.Rb7 Re6
27.Rd1 bxa4 28.g5 Ne4 29.Rdd7 Rf8 30.f3 Ng3 31.Ne7+ Kh8 32.Nf5 Nxf5 33.Rxf7
Qd8 34.Qxf5 Ree8 35.Rbd7 Qc8 36.Qd5 Rg8 37.g6 1-0
Cooper,Deborah-Haque,Rezaul/Kuala Lumpur open (08) 1992) 6...Be7 (6...b5
7.0-0 b4 8.Nb1 Nbd7 9.Nd2 Qc7 10.c3 a5 11.cxb4 axb4 12.b3 g6 13.Bb2 Bg7
14.Rc1 0-0 15.Nf3 Bb7 16.dxe5 dxe5 17.Ng3 Bh6 18.Rc2 Rfe8 19.Qe2 Ra5 20.Nd2
Nc5 21.Nc4 Raa8 22.Nxe5 Rxe5 23.Rxc5 Rxc5 24.Bxf6 Bg7 25.Bxg7 Kxg7 26.f4 Rc3
27.Bc4 Ba6 28.e5 Bxc4 29.bxc4 Qd7 30.Rd1 Qa7+ 31.Kh1 Qxa4 32.e6 Re3 33.Qb2+
f6 34.Rd7+ Kg8 35.Nf1 Rxe6 36.Qf2 Qa1 37.f5 Re1 38.Kg1 Rae8 39.fxg6 Rxf1+
0-1 Spesny,Jan-Pribyl,Josef/Praha METRO-B (02) 1990) 7.0-0 0-0
         A1) 8.Bd2 Qc7 9.a5 (9.Kh1 Bg4 10.h3 Bxe2 11.Nxe2 Nbd7 12.c3 d5
13.exd5 e4 14.d6 Bxd6 15.Bc2 Rfe8 16.b4 Nf8 17.c4 Ng6 18.c5 Bf4 19.Nxf4 Nxf4
20.Qc1 Ne2 21.Qb2 Rad8 22.Be3 Nd5 23.Rfe1 Nxe3 24.Rxe2 Nxc2 25.Rxc2 Qd7
26.Rd1 Qd5 27.Qa2 Qh5 28.Rcd2 Rd5 29.Re1 f5 30.Qb1 Qg5 31.Qc2 Red8 32.Red1
Qf6 33.b5 h6 34.bxc6 bxc6 Weber,M-Bezold,M/BL 9091 Heidelberg-B 1990/0-1
(51)) 9...Nbd7 10.h3 Re8 11.Be3 exd4 12.Bxd4 Nc5 13.Ng3 Bd7 14.Qf3 Ne6
15.Be3 Bf8 16.Nf5 Qd8 17.Qg3 Nh5 18.Nh6+ Kh8 19.Nxf7+ Kg8 20.Nxd8 Nxg3
21.Nxe6 Nxf1 22.Nxf8 Nxe3 23.Nxd7 Nxg2 24.Kxg2 Re7 1-0 Oltra-Anguix/Almeria
Ct.Esp. (02) 1989;
         A2) 8.Kh1 Nbd7 9.f4 Re8 10.Be3 exd4 11.Nxd4 Nc5 12.Qd2 Bd8 13.Nb3
Nfxe4 14.Qe1 Nxb3 15.Nxe4 Nxa1 16.Bd2 Qc7 17.Nf6+ gxf6 18.Qxe8+ Kg7 19.Rf3
Bg4 20.Rg3 h5 21.h3 Qe7 22.Qxe7 Bxe7 23.hxg4 hxg4 24.Rxg4+ Kf8 25.Bc3 Re8
26.Bh7 Bd8 27.Rg8+ Ke7 28.Bxf6+ Kd7 29.Bf5+ Kc7 30.Rxe8 Bxf6 31.Rf8 Bxb2
32.Rxf7+ Kb8 33.g4 a5 34.g5 b5 35.axb5 cxb5 36.g6 1-0
Ernst,T-Rausis,I/Gausdal open 1989;
         A3) 8.h3 8...Nbd7 9.Re1 Re8 10.Be3 Bf8 11.Qd2 Qc7 12.Ng3 g6 13.a5
Bg7 14.dxe5 dxe5 15.Na4 b5 16.axb6 axb6 17.b4 b5 18.Nb2 Rb8 19.Qc3 Bf8
20.Be2 h5 21.f3 Qd6 22.Nd3 Bb7 23.Red1 Qc7 24.Nf1 Ra8 25.Rxa8 Bxa8 26.Nd2
Nb6 27.Nb2 Qb8 28.Ra1 Nfd7 29.Nb3 Qd6 30.Nc5 Qb8 31.Ncd3 Qd6 32.Ra6 Qc7 1-0
Hoffman,A-Anguix Garrid,J/Alicante op 1989;
      B) 5.f3 e5 6.Nge2 Nbd7 7.g4 h6 8.Bg2 d5 9.exd5 Nxd5 10.0-0 Nxc3
11.Nxc3 Be7 12.Ne4 0-0 13.Bd2 Qb6 14.Bc3 a5 15.Kh1 Rd8 16.f4 exf4 17.Rxf4
Nf8 18.Qf3 Be6 19.Rf1 f6 20.Rxf6 gxf6 21.Nxf6+ Bxf6 22.Qxf6 Rd5 23.Qxh6 Qd8
24.Rxf8+ Qxf8 25.Qxe6+ Kh8 26.g5 Re8 27.Qg4 Kg8 28.h4 Qf5 29.Bxd5+ Qxd5+
Tisdall,J-Jansa,V/Oslo Cup (01) 1991/1-0 (44);
      C) 5.Bd2
         C1) 5...Qc7
            C1a) 6.Bc4 e5 7.Nf3 Be7
               C1a1) 8.h3 0-0 9.0-0 h6 (9...a5 10.Re1 Na6 11.dxe5 dxe5
12.Nh4 Rd8 13.Qe2 h6 14.Be3 Ng4 15.hxg4 Bxh4 16.g3 Bg5 17.Bxg5 hxg5 18.Nd1
Nc5 19.c3 g6 20.Kg2 Kg7 21.Rh1 Qe7 22.Qf3 Be6 23.Bxe6 Qxe6 24.Ne3 Rh8 25.b4
Rxh1 26.Rxh1 axb4 27.cxb4 Nxa4 28.b5 Nc5 29.bxc6 bxc6 30.Rc1 Ra5 31.Nc4 Rb5
32.Nd2 Qd6 33.Qe3 Ne6 34.Nf3 Werner-Malaniuk/Forl
 (08) 1990/1/2 (68)) 10.Qe2 Re8 11.Rfd1 Bf8 12.dxe5 dxe5 13.Nh4 a5 14.Qf3
Be6 15.Bxe6 Rxe6 16.Nf5 Ne8 17.Be3 Na6 18.Rd2 Rd8 19.Rad1 Rxd2 20.Rxd2 Bc5
21.Bxc5 Nxc5 22.Qd1 Kh7 23.Ne3 Nf6 24.Nc4 Re7 25.Qe2 Ne6 26.Qe3 b5 27.axb5
cxb5 28.Nb6 Qc5 29.Nbd5 Qxe3 30.fxe3 Rb7 31.Nxf6+ gxf6 32.Nd5 Kg7
Siklosi,Zoltan-Kovacevic,Dragan/Werfen open (03) 1989/1/2 (62);
               C1a2) 8.0-0 8...a5 9.dxe5 dxe5 10.Ng5 0-0 11.f4 h6 12.Nf3
exf4 (12...Nbd7 13.f5 +=) 13.e5 Ng4 14.Kh1 Qb6 (14...Nxe5? 15.Bxf4 Bd6
16.Nxe5 Bxe5 17.Bxe5 Qxe5 18.Rxf7+-) 15.Qe2?! (15.Bxf4! Nf2+ 16.Rxf2 Qxf2
17.Qd3 Be6 18.Bxe6 fxe6 19.Bxh6 unclear Titov,G) 15...Ne3 16.Bxe3 Qxe3
17.Qxe3 fxe3 18.Nd4 Nd7! =+ Kotronias,V-Titov,G/Moskva (GMA) 48/(175)
1989(18...Nd7 19.Rxf7 Nxe5 20.Rxe7+ Nxc4 21.b3 Nd6 22.Rxe3 Nf5 23.Nxf5 Bxf5
24.Re2 Rac8 25.Rd2 Rcd8 26.Rf2 Bg6 27.Re2 Rde8 28.Rd2 Re3 29.Ne2 Rf2 30.Rd8+
Kh7 31.Nd4 Be4 32.Ne6 Rxg2 33.Nf8+ Kg8 34.Ng6+ Kf7 35.Ne5+ Ke7 0-1
Kotronias,V-Titov,G/Moskva open (09) 1989) ;
            C1b) 6.h3 6...e5 7.dxe5 (7.Nf3 a5 8.Be3 Be7 9.Bc4 0-0 10.0-0 Na6
11.Qe2 Nb4 12.Bb3 Nd7 13.Rad1 Bf6 14.dxe5 dxe5 15.Rd2 h6 16.Nh2 Be7 17.Ng4
Nc5 18.Bxc5 Bxc5 19.Qf3 Bxg4 20.hxg4 Rad8 21.Rfd1 Rxd2 22.Rxd2 Na6 23.Qf5
Bd4 24.Ne2 Rd8 25.Ng3 Qe7 26.Bc4 Nb8 27.Qg6 Kh8 28.Bxf7 Rf8 29.Bb3 Qe8
30.Qxe8 Rxe8 31.c3 Bb6 Labutin,Sergey-Titov,German/Sumperk open (08)
1990/1/2 (52)) 7...dxe5 8.Bc4 Bb4 9.Qf3 0-0 10.Nge2 Re8 11.0-0 Be6 =
Knaak,R-Bischoff,K/DDR-BRD 46/(156) 1988(11...Be6 12.Bxe6 Rxe6 13.Bg5 h6
14.Be3 Bf8 15.Ng3 g6 16.a5 Nbd7 17.Ra4 Bg7 18.Rfa1 Nh7 19.Qe2 Nhf8 20.Rc4
Qb8 21.Rb4 Rd6 22.Rd1 Rxd1+ 23.Qxd1 Qc7 24.Qd2 h5 25.Nf1 Ne6 26.Rc4 Rd8
27.b4 Nd4 28.Ne2 Nb5 29.Qc1 Nf8 30.f3 Qd7 31.Bg5 Re8 32.Bh6 Qe6 33.Rc5 Nd7
34.Be3 Nxc5 35.Bxc5 Rd8 36.c4 Nd6 37.Ne3 Bh6 38.Qc3 Bxe3+ 39.Bxe3 Nxc4
40.Bxa7 Nd6 41.Qd2 Kg7 42.f4 Rd7 43.Qe3 exf4 44.Bd4+ f6 0-1
Knaak,R-Bischoff,K/Potsdam DDR-FRG 1988) ;
         C2) 5...Qb6 6.Nf3 (6.Nge2 a5 7.h3 e5 8.Be3 Qc7 9.g3 Be7 10.Bg2 0-0
11.0-0 Na6 12.Qd2 Bd7 += Semeniuk-Tsuranov, Vladivostok 1995)
            C2a) 6...Bg4 7.a5 Qc7 8.Be2 (8.h3 Bh5 9.d5 a6 10.Bd3 Bxf3
11.Qxf3 g6 12.0-0 Bg7 13.Na4 Nbd7 14.c4 0-0 15.b4 e6 16.Rac1 Rac8 17.Bb1
Rfe8 Kalod-Feigin, Pardubice 1995) 8...e5 9.Be3 Nbd7 10.0-0 Be7 11.Nd2 Bxe2
12.Qxe2 0-0 13.Kh1 (13.f4 Rfe8 14.h3 b5 15.axb6 axb6 16.d5 exf4 17.Bxf4 Ne5
18.dxc6 Qxc6 19.Kh1 Ng6 20.Rxa8 Qxa8 21.Qb5 Bf8 22.Bh2 Ne5 23.Nb3 Qd8 24.Nd4
Nfd7 25.Nf5 g6 26.Ne3 Nc5 27.Ned5 Ned7 28.b4 Nxe4 29.Nxe4 Rxe4 30.Qxd7 Qxd7
31.Nf6+ Kg7 32.Nxd7 Rxb4 33.Nxf8 1-0 Sikora,Bozena-Modrova,Hana/Praha BOH-W
(11) 1990) 13...Rfe8 14.f4 b5 15.axb6 axb6 16.Rxa8 Rxa8 17.d5 cxd5 18.exd5
Qb7 19.Qb5 Ra5 20.Qc6 Qa6 21.fxe5 dxe5 22.d6 Bf8 23.Rd1 Ra1 24.Ndb1 Qa8
25.Qxa8 Rxa8 26.Na3 Rc8 27.Nab5 Rc6 28.Bg5 Ne8 29.Be7 f6 30.Rd2 Bxe7 31.dxe7
Ulibin,M-Rashkovsky,Nukhim/Moskva open (04) 1989/1/2 (66);
            C2b) 6...a5 7.h3 Nbd7 8.Bc4 e6 9.e5 Nd5 10.0-0 dxe5 11.dxe5 Qxb2
12.Nxd5 cxd5 13.Bb3 Nxe5 14.c3 Nxf3+ 15.gxf3 Bb4 16.Rb1 Bxc3 17.Rxb2 Bxb2
18.Qc2 Bf6 19.Qc5 Bd7 20.Bxa5 Be7 21.Qc3 Bf6 22.Qd2 0-0 23.Bb4 Rfe8 24.a5
Bb5 25.Rb1 Ra6 26.Rc1 Rc6 27.Rxc6 Bxc6 28.Kg2 Rc8 29.Bc2 g6 30.Bd3
Tozer,R-Flear,G/London open 1989/1-0 (41);
         C3) 5...e5
            C3a) 6.Nd5 Qd8 7.Nxf6+ Qxf6 8.Bc3 Qg6 (8...Be7
            9.dxe5 dxe5 10.Nf3 Bg4 11.Be2 Bxf3 12.Bxf3 0-0 13.0-0 Rd8 14.Qe1
Na6 15.b4 Nc7 16.Qe3 Ne6 17.g3 Nd4 18.Bd1 c5 19.Rb1 cxb4 20.Bxb4 b6 21.c3
Nc6 22.Bxe7 Qxe7 23.Bb3 Rd6 24.Bd5 Rf8 25.Rbd1 Nd8 26.f4 exf4 27.gxf4 Rh6
28.Kh1 Qh4 29.Rd2 Kh8 30.Rg2 Ne6 31.f5 Nc5 32.Rf4 Qh3 33.Qd4 f6 34.Rfg4 g5
35.Rxg5 1-0 Satta-Parceiras/Europacup, SW 91-25 1991; 8...Be6 9.Nf3 Nd7
10.Qd2 Be7 11.Be2 Qg6 12.Qe3 f6 13.0-0 Qf7 14.a5 g5 15.Rfd1 Kf8 16.b3 Kg7
17.Rd2 Rhd8 18.Rad1 Nf8 19.h4 h6 20.g3 Ng6 21.h5 Nf8 22.Nh2 exd4 23.Bxd4 d5
24.exd5 Rxd5 25.a6 c5 26.axb7 Rb8 27.Bc3 Rxd2 28.Rxd2 Rxb7 29.Ng4 c4 30.Bf3
Rb6 31.Bd4 Ra6 32.bxc4 Bxc4 33.Rd1 Ra2 34.Qe4 Qe6 35.Qb7 Nd7 36.Qxd7 Rxc2
37.Qxe6 Bxe6 38.Ne3 Rc7 39.Ra1 Bc5 40.Bxc5 Rxc5 41.Rxa7+ Kf8 42.g4 1-0
Safranska,Anda-Korniukhin,Grigory/Kecskemet open (03) 1991; 8...Nd7 9.Ne2
Be7 10.Ng3 g6 11.Be2 h5 12.h4 Nf8 13.d5 Bd7 14.Bd2 Nh7 15.Ra3 Bf8 16.a5 Qd8
17.a6 b6 18.dxc6 Bxc6 19.Rc3 Bd7 20.Bc4 Be7 21.Nxh5 Rc8 22.Ng7+ Kf8 23.Bh6
Kg8 24.Bxf7+ Kxf7 25.Qd5+ 1-0 Kohl,H-Hertweck,M/2BLSW 8889 Untergrom 1988)
9.Qf3 Bg4 10.Qe3 Nd7 11.Bc4 Be7 12.f3 Be6 13.Bxe6 fxe6 14.Qe2 exd4 15.Bxd4
e5 16.Bc3 0-0 17.Nh3 d5 18.0-0 Bc5+ 19.Kh1 Rae8 20.Rad1 Qe6 21.b3 h6 22.Nf2
Nf6 23.Nd3 Bd6 24.Rde1 d4 25.Bd2 g5 26.Nf2 Rf7 27.Qc4 Qxc4 28.bxc4 Ref8
29.Kg1 Kg7 30.Rb1 Kg6 31.h3 h5 32.Nd3 g4 33.Rbe1 gxh3 34.gxh3
Hunon,JF-Tailleux,R/Torcy op-B 1991/0-1 (76);
            C3b) 6.Nf3 Bg4 (6...Qc7 7.a5 Bg4 8.Be3 Nbd7 9.Be2 Be7 10.0-0 0-0
11.Nd2 Bxe2 12.Qxe2 b5 13.f4 a6 14.Qf3 Rac8 15.g4 g6 16.Ne2 Ne8 17.Kh1 Ng7
18.dxe5 dxe5 19.f5 Qd8 20.Rad1 Bg5 21.Nb3 Bxe3 22.Qxe3 Qc7 23.Rf3 Nf6 24.h3
c5 25.Rdf1 g5 26.Qxg5 Nxe4 27.Qe3 Qc6 28.Nc3 Ng3+ 29.Kg1 Nxf1 30.Rxf1 c4
31.Nd2 Strikovic-Rodriguez Aguilera/Sevilla Op (04) 1989/1-0 (57); 6...exd4
7.Nxd4 Qb6 8.Nb3 Ng4 9.Qf3 Be7 10.Be2 0-0 11.a5 Qc7 12.Qg3 Ne5 13.f4 Ng6
14.h4 d5 15.h5 Nh8 16.exd5 Re8 17.Kf1 f5 18.Bc4 Nf7 19.dxc6 bxc6 20.Re1 Ba6
21.Qd3 Rd8 22.Nd4 Qb7 23.Bxa6 Nxa6 24.Rxe7 Qxe7 25.Nxc6 Qb7 26.Nd5 Rxd5
27.Qxd5 Rd8 28.Qe6 Qb5+ 29.c4 Qa4 30.Nxd8 Qd1+ 1-0
Zapata,Alonso-Iglesias,Alejandro/Buenos Aires KONEX (02) 1991)
               C3b1) 7.dxe5 dxe5 8.h3 Bxf3 9.Qxf3 Bb4 10.Bc4 0-0 11.0-0 Nbd7
12.Bg5 (12.Rfd1 Rad8 13.Bg5 Bxc3 14.bxc3 Qc5 15.Bb3 Qe7 16.Qe3 h6 17.Bh4 Qc5
18.Qf3 g5 19.Bg3 Kg7 20.Rd3 Nb6 21.Rad1 Rxd3 22.Rxd3 Nc8 23.Qf5 Re8 24.Rf3
Qe7 25.Re3 Nd6 26.Qf3 c5 27.Qe2 Qc7 28.c4 Qc6 29.Bh2 Re6 30.Qd3 Qc7 31.f3
Nh5 32.g3 Nf6 33.Qc3 Nc8 34.Rd3 Ne7 35.Qd2 Nc6 36.Kg2 Nd4
Tzoumbas,Anastasios-Chatalbashev,Boris/Mangalia tt (01) 1992/0-1 (60))
12...Bxc3 13.bxc3 Qc5 14.Bb3 h6 15.Bc1 Qe7 16.Ba3 Nc5 17.a5 b6 18.Qe3 Nfd7
19.Rfd1 Rfd8 20.Rd2 Qe8 21.Rad1 Nxb3 22.cxb3 c5 23.Qd3 Qe7 24.Qa6 Nf6
25.Rxd8+ Rxd8 26.Rxd8+ Qxd8 27.Qxa7 bxa5 28.Qxc5 Qd1+ 29.Kh2 Qxb3 30.Qxa5
Qa2 Van Riemsdijk,Herman-Micheli,C/Zurich open (05) 1988/1-0 (41);
               C3b2) 7.d5 Qc7 8.b4 Be7 9.Be2 0-0 10.0-0 cxd5 11.exd5 a6
12.Qb1 Nbd7 13.Qb3 Rfc8 14.Rfc1 Nb6 15.b5 a5 16.h3 Bxf3 17.Bxf3 Nfd7 18.Be2
Nc5 19.Qa2 Rf8 20.Nd1 f5 21.c4 e4 22.Qc2 Bf6 23.Ra3 Be5 24.Bc3 Nbd7 25.Ne3
g6 26.Qd2 Bxc3 27.Rcxc3 Ne5 28.Nc2 f4 29.Nd4 Qd7 30.Ne6 Nxe6 31.dxe6 Qxe6
32.Qd4 e3 33.f3 Rac8 34.c5 dxc5 35.Qe4 Qd6 36.Qxb7 0-1
Vavpetic,V-Nevednichy,V/Bled op (02) 1992;
               C3b3) 7.h3 7...Bxf3 8.Qxf3 Nbd7 9.d5 Be7 10.Bc4 Qc7 11.a5 0-0
12.0-0 Rfe8 13.a6 b5 14.Bd3 cxd5 15.Nxd5 Nxd5 16.exd5 Rab8 17.Ra5 Bg5 18.Bb4
e4 19.Bxe4 Qc4 20.Bxd6 Rxe4 21.Bxb8 Bd2 22.Raa1 Nxb8 23.Rad1 Ba5 24.b3 Qe2
25.d6 Nd7 26.Qf5 Re6 27.c4 Qe5 28.Rd5 Qe2 29.Qb1 Bb6 30.Rxb5 Rxd6 31.Qe1 Qe6
32.Qb4 Rd4 33.Re1 Re4 34.Rxe4 Qxe4 35.Qd2 Bc7 36.g3 Nf6 37.Rb7 Qe5 38.Qe3
Qd6 39.Qxa7 Ne8 40.Qa8 Kf8 41.a7 1-0 Trifunovic-Fernandez/Odessa WK-stud 1991;
            C3c) 6.Nge2 Qc7 7.h3 a5 8.g3 Be7 9.Bg2 0-0 10.0-0 b6 11.d5 Ba6
12.dxc6 Qxc6 13.Re1 Nbd7 14.Nf4 Rac8 15.Nfd5 Bd8 16.Nxf6+ Nxf6 17.Be3 b5
18.axb5 Bxb5 19.g4 Bc4 20.Qd2 Rb8 21.b3 Be6 22.Nd5 Bxd5 23.exd5 Qb5 24.Ra4
Nd7 25.Rc4 Bb6 26.Rc6 Bxe3 27.Qxe3 Rb6 28.Ra1 Nc5 29.Qc3 Nb7 30.Bf1 Qb4
31.Qxb4 Rxb4 32.Bc4 Nc5 33.Rxd6 Ra8 34.Rxa5 1-0
Cseshkovsky,V-Dawidow,J/Warschau 1989;
            C3d) 6.d5 Qc5 (6...Qc7 7.Bc4 a5 8.Nge2 Nbd7 9.Bg5 Be7 10.0-0 Nb6
11.Bxf6 Bxf6 12.Qd3 Nxc4 13.Qxc4 Qb6 14.Nc1 0-0 15.Nb3 Be7 16.Kh1 Bd7 17.f3
Qa6 18.Qd3 Qxd3 19.cxd3 Bg5 20.Rfd1 Ra6 21.Ra3 Rc8 22.d4 exd4 23.dxc6 bxc6
24.Rxd4 Be6 25.Nd2 c5 26.Rd3 c4 27.h4 Bh6 28.Rd4 Be3 29.Rd5 Bxd5 30.Nxd5
Bxd2 31.Ne7+ Kf8 32.Nxc8 Ke8 0-1 Kveinis,Aloizas-Mokry,Karel/Manila ol (13)
1992) 7.a5 cxd5 8.b4 Qxb4 9.Ra4 Qc5 10.Nxd5 Na6 11.Rc4 Qa3 12.Qb1 Nxd5
13.exd5 Bd7 14.h4 h5 15.Rh3 Bxh3 16.Nxh3 Rd8 17.Ra4 Qc5 18.Qxb7 Rb8 19.Qxa6
Rb1+ 20.Ke2 Qxc2 21.Rc4 Qd1+ 22.Ke3 Qxf1 23.Qc8+ Ke7 24.Rc7+ Kf6 25.Qd8+ Kg6
26.Qg5+ Kh7 27.Qxh5+ Kg8 28.Qxf7+ Kh7 29.Qf5+ Kg8 30.Qe6+ 1-0
Odeev,Khanzhar-Pribyl,Martin/Praha MLADI (08) 1990;
            C3e) 6.dxe5 6...dxe5 7.Nd5 Qd8 8.Nxf6+ Qxf6 9.Nf3 Bg4 10.Bg5
(10.h3 Bxf3 11.Qxf3 Qxf3 12.gxf3 Bd6 13.Rg1 g6 14.0-0-0 Nd7 15.Bc4 Ke7
16.Be3 f6 17.h4 b6 18.h5 g5 19.Bxg5 fxg5 20.Rxg5 Nc5 21.Rg7+ Kf6 22.Rf7+ Kg5
23.Rf5+ 1-0 Horvath,I-Somlai,L/HUN tch 91 Borsod Ta (07) 1992) 10...Qxg5
11.Nxg5 Bxd1 12.Rxd1 Be7 13.Nf3 Nd7 14.Bc4 f6 15.Bf7+ Kxf7 16.Rxd7 1/2
Casper,T-Pribyl,J/Jurmala 1987  Line 4.a4 a5-/ 1995]
5.g3
   [5.Nf3 e5
      A) 6.Be2 Be7 7.0-0 0-0 8.Re1 a5 9.Bf1 Re8 10.h3 Bf8 11.g3 exd4 12.Nxd4
Nc5 13.Bg2 Bd7 14.b3 h6 15.Bb2 Qb6 16.Qd2 Rad8 17.Kh2 g6 18.Rad1 Bg7 19.Ba3
Bc8 20.f4 Nh7 21.Nde2 Nf8 22.Nc1 Nfe6 23.Nd3 Nxd3 24.Qxd3 Nc5 25.Qe3 Bf8
26.Bxc5 Qxc5 27.Qxc5 dxc5 28.e5 Bf5 29.Ne4 Be7 30.g4 Bxe4 1/2 Van
Laatum,G-Hartoch,Rob/Dieren open (02) 1989;
      B) 6.h3 Be7 7.Be3 (7.Be2
      7...0-0 8.0-0 b6 9.Re1 Bb7 10.Bg5 Re8 11.Bh4 a6 12.Bg3 Bf8 13.dxe5
dxe5 14.Bc4 b5 15.axb5 axb5 16.Rxa8 Qxa8 17.Bb3 h6 18.Nh2 Nc5 19.Ng4 Nxg4
20.Qxg4 Nxb3 21.cxb3 Bc8 22.Qf3 Qa5 23.Re3 Be6 24.Nd1 f6 25.Rd3 Rd8 26.Kh2
Rxd3 27.Qxd3 Qb4 28.f4 exf4 29.Bxf4 Bxb3 30.Nf2 Be6 31.Qg3 Qxb2 32.Bxh6 Qa3
0-1 Brigljevic,Milan-Vokac,Marek/Praha T7 (07) 1990) 7...0-0 8.a5 exd4
9.Nxd4 d5 10.exd5 cxd5 11.a6 Bb4 12.axb7 Bxb7 13.Bd3 Ne4 14.0-0 Ne5 15.Nce2
a5 16.Bb5 Nc4 17.Bxc4 dxc4 18.c3 Bc5 19.Qa4 Re8 20.Rad1 Qb6 21.Qc2 Rab8
22.Ra1 Ba8 23.Ra2 Nd6 24.Nf4 Re4 25.Qd2 Rbe8 26.Re1 Bxd4 27.cxd4 Nf5 28.Raa1
Qb7 1/2 Glimbrant,T-Mokry,Karel/Dieren open (02) 1990;
      C) 6.Bc4 6...Be7 7.0-0 0-0
         C1) 8.Qe2 Qc7 9.h3 (9.Ba2 h6 10.dxe5 Nxe5 11.Nd4 Re8 12.f4 Qb6
13.Qd2 Ng6 14.Kh1 Qc5 15.Qd3 Qh5 16.Be3 d5 17.exd5 Bd6 18.dxc6 Ng4 19.Bg1
Nxf4 20.Qb5 Re5 21.cxb7 Nxh2 22.Bxh2 Ne6 23.Qe8+ Kh7 24.Qxf7 Bxb7 25.Qxh5
Rxh5 26.Nf3 Bxf3 27.Rxf3 Rxh2+ 28.Kg1 Nd4 29.Rd3 Rh4 30.g3 Rg4 31.Bd5 Re8
32.Kg2 Nxc2 33.Kh3 Rg5 Fernandez Aguado,Jua-Sanchez Guirado,F/Vulca (06)
1989/0-1 (45)) 9...h6 10.Rd1 Re8 11.g4 Nh7 12.Be3 Ndf8 13.Qd3 Ng6 14.Ne2 Nh4
15.Nxh4 Bxh4 16.Kg2 Bg5 17.dxe5 dxe5 18.Bc5 Be7 19.Bd6 Bxd6 20.Qxd6 Qxd6
21.Rxd6 Kf8 22.a5 Ng5 23.Ng3 a6 24.Rad1 g6 25.f3 Ne6 26.h4 Ke7 27.c3 Rf8
28.h5 Nd4 29.hxg6 Kxd6 30.Bxf7 Be6 31.Nf5+ Bxf5 32.gxf5 Rxf7 33.gxf7 c5
34.cxd4 exd4 35.Rh1 Ke7 36.Rxh6 Kxf7 37.e5 c4 38.Rh7+ Kg8 39.Rd7 1-0
Armas,J-Hausner,I/Berlin-Neukolln 1988;
         C2) 8.h3 Qc7 9.Bb3 (9.a5
         9...Rb8 10.Nh4 b5 11.axb6 Nxb6 12.Be2 Nxe4 13.Nxe4 Bxh4 14.dxe5
dxe5 15.Qd6 Rb7 16.Ba6 Be7 17.Qxc7 Rxc7 18.Bxc8 Nxc8 19.Ra5 f6 20.Be3 Rd8
21.Rfa1 f5 22.Nc3 Bf6 23.Kf1 Rb7 24.R1a2 Rdd7 25.Ke2 Nb6 26.b3 e4 27.Na4 Nd5
28.Bd2 Re7 29.Nc5 Rb5 30.c4 Rxa5 31.Rxa5 e3 32.cxd5 exd2+ 33.Kxd2 cxd5
Thesing,M-Hausner,I/BL 88\89 Bochum-Delm 1989/1/2 (51)) 9...b6 10.Qe2 Bb7
11.Be3 a6 12.Nd2 b5 13.f4 Rfe8 14.fxe5 dxe5 15.d5 bxa4 16.Rxa4 Nb6 17.Bxb6
Qxb6+ 18.Kh1 cxd5 19.Nxd5 Qd8 20.Nf3 Nxd5 21.exd5 Bd6 22.Nd2 Qc7 23.Ne4 Rad8
24.Qg4 Re7 25.Nf6+ Kh8 26.Qh4 h6 27.Qe4 gxf6 28.Rxf6 Rg8 29.Rxh6+ Kg7
30.Qh7+ Kf8 31.Qxg8+ 1-0 Brdicko-Pribyl/Prag 1988;
         C3) 8.Re1 Qc7 9.h3 b6 (9...a5
         10.Ba2 b6 11.Be3 Bb7 12.dxe5 dxe5 13.Nh4 Bb4 14.Nf5 g6 15.Nh6+ Kg7
16.Qf3 Bxc3 17.bxc3 c5 18.Ng4 Ng8 19.Bd5 Bxd5 20.exd5 f5 21.Nh2 Ngf6 22.c4
Ne4 23.Bc1 Nd6 24.Qb3 Rae8 25.Bb2 Kg8 26.Nf3 Nf7 27.Re2 h6 28.Rd1 Qd6 29.Nd2
Kh7 30.Nb1 g5 31.Nc3 Qg6 32.Nb5 g4 33.Nc7 Rc8 34.Ne6 Kraut,R-Borik,O/BL 8990
Sindelfingen 1989/1-0 (51)) 10.d5 Bb7 11.dxc6 Bxc6 12.b3 Nc5 13.Nd2 Qb7
14.Qf3 a6 15.Qe2 Ne6 16.Nf3 Nc5 17.Nd2 Ne6 18.Nf3 Nc5 1/2
Kraut,R-Huemmer,B/BL 88\89 Solingen-Nu 1989;
         C4) 8.Ba2 8...h6 9.Qe2 a5 10.Rd1
            C4a) 10...Qb6 11.h3 exd4 12.Nxd4 Nc5 13.Nb3! Na6 (13...Nxb3
14.Bxb3 Nd7 15.Be3 Nc5 +=) 14.Be3 Qc7 15.Nd4 Nb4 16.Bb3 Re8 17.Qf3 Bd7
18.Qg3 Kf8 19.f3 Rad8? (19...b6 20.Qf2 Rab8 +=) 20.Qf2 Bc8 21.Nf5 Bxf5
22.Bb6 Qc8 23.exf5 Qxf5 24.g4! Qg5 25.f4 Qg6 26.f5 Qg5 27.Be3 (27.Bxa5 d5
28.Bxd8 Rxd8 with idea  h5 with compensation) 27...Nxg4 28.hxg4 (28.Bxg5?!
Nxf2 29.Bxe7+ Rxe7 30.Kxf2 Re5=) 28...Qxg4+ 29.Qg2 Qxg2+ 30.Kxg2 d5 31.Bb6
Ra8 32.Bd4 Kg8 Matulovic,M-Lazic,Mi/Jugoslavija (ch) 60/295 1994/1-0 (44);
            C4b) 10...Qc7 +=;
   5.f4 g6 6.Nf3 Bg7 7.Bd3 a5 8.0-0 b6 9.Qe2 Nb8 10.e5 Ng4 11.Ne4 0-0 12.Bd2
d5 13.Ng3 e6 14.Ng5 Nh6 15.Nh5 c5 16.c3 Ba6 17.Nxg7 Kxg7 18.Bxa6 Nxa6 19.f5
exf5 20.Rf3 Ng8 21.g4 h6 22.gxf5 gxf5 23.Rxf5 Ne7 24.Rxf7+ Rxf7 25.Ne6+ 1-0
Blow,R-Boukhari,M/Thessaloniki ol 1984;
   5.Bg5 Qa5 6.Qd2 e5 7.f4 h6 8.Bxf6 Nxf6 9.Nf3 exf4 10.Qxf4 d5 11.Bd3 dxe4
12.Bxe4 Nxe4 13.Qxe4+ Be6 Bolacky-Belunek, Prerov 1995;
   5.Bc4 e5 6.Bg5 Be7 7.Nf3 Qc7 8.0-0 0-0 9.a5 Rd8 10.Qe2 Nf8 11.dxe5 dxe5
12.Nd1 Ne6 13.Bxe6 Bxe6 14.Bxf6 Bxf6 15.Ne3 g6 1/2 Gonzalez, Gu-Garcia
Perdomo, L/op, Las Palmas (8) 1995]
5...e5 6.Nge2
   [6.Bg2 b6 7.Nge2 Bb7 8.h3 Be7 9.Be3 0-0 10.0-0 a6 11.g4 b5 12.Ng3 b4
13.Nce2 d5 14.dxe5 Nxe5 15.Bd4 Ng6 16.exd5 Nxd5 17.Nf5 Bf6 18.Bxd5 cxd5
19.Qd2 a5 20.Neg3 Ne5 21.f4 Nc4 22.Qf2 Bxd4 23.Qxd4 Qb6 24.Qxb6 Nxb6 25.Nh5
g6 26.Nf6+ Kh8 27.Nd4 Kg7 28.g5 Nc4 29.Rfe1 Nxb2 30.Re7 Bc8
Rantanen,Yrjo-Hawelko,Marek/Warszawa open (06) 1989/0-1 (48)]
6...Qc7
   [6...Be7 7.Bg2 0-0 8.0-0 (8.h3 Re8 9.0-0 Bf8 10.Re1 a5 11.b3 Qc7 12.Be3
b6 13.g4 exd4 14.Bxd4 Ne5 15.Ng3 Nfd7 16.Qd2 Nc5 17.f4 Ng6 18.Nh5 Bb7 19.Qf2
Rad8 20.Rad1 Rd7 21.g5 Rdd8 22.h4 Qc8 23.Qg3 b5 24.Kh1 b4 25.Nb1 d5 26.f5
Nxe4 27.Bxe4 Rxe4 28.fxg6 hxg6 29.Nf4 c5 30.Bf2 Rxf4 31.Qxf4 Bd6 32.Re5 Bxe5
0-1 Von Herman,Ulf-Bagirov,Vladimir/Berlin open 1991) 8...b6 (8...Qc7 9.h3
b6 10.Be3 Bb7 11.f4 a6 12.g4 b5 13.Ng3 b4 14.Nce2 exd4 15.Nxd4 d5 16.e5 Ne8
17.Ngf5 Bc5 18.c3 bxc3 19.bxc3 Nb6 20.Kh1 Nc4 21.Bg1 Qd7 22.Rb1 Rb8 23.Re1
Bxd4 24.Qxd4 Nc7 25.Nxg7 c5 26.Nh5 1-0 Bischoff,K-Huemmer,B/BL 9091
Bayern-Nurnb 1990) 9.h3 a5 10.f4 Ba6 11.Be3 Qc7 12.Rf2 b5 13.Kh2 b4 14.Nb1
c5 15.c3 cxd4 16.cxd4 Rfc8 17.Nd2 Qc2 18.b3 Qxd1 19.Rxd1 Rc2 20.Bf1 Rac8
21.Kg1 Bd3 22.dxe5 dxe5 23.Nf3 exf4 24.Nxf4 Rxf2 25.Bxf2 Bxe4 26.Ng5 Bb7
27.Bb5 Ne5 28.Re1 Bd6 29.Bd4 h6 30.Bxe5 Bxe5 31.Rxe5 hxg5 32.Rxg5 Rc1+
33.Bf1 Ba6 34.Rb5 Bxb5 35.axb5 Nd7 0-1 Troltenier,D-Hartoch,R/Berlin op (06)
1988]
7.Bg2 b6!? 8.0-0 Bb7 9.b3 with idea  9...Be7 10.Ba3
   [9.h3 with idea Be3, g4, f4]
9...a6 10.h3 b5! (with counterplay) 11.axb5 axb5 12.Rxa8+ Bxa8 13.d5
   [13.Ba3 Bb7 with idea Be7, Qb6 ]
13...Be7 14.dxc6 Bxc6 15.Nd5 Bxd5 16.exd5 0-0 17.Qd3 Rc8! 18.c3 Qb7! with
idea e4 19.Be3 Nc5 20.Qc2 b4 21.Rc1!
   [21.cxb4 Qxb4 22.Rc1 Rb8 =+]
21...Ncd7 22.c4
   [22.Qd3!?]
22...Bd8 23.Qd2! Nc5 24.Bxc5 Rxc5 25.Ra1 Ra5 26.Rxa5 Bxa5 27.Nc1?!
   [27.g4 with idea Ng3=+]
27...Bb6! 28.Nd3
   [28.Kh2 Qa7!?]
28...e4 29.Nb2 Qa7 30.Nd1 Qa1 31.Kh2 Bc5 32.Qc2 h5 33.Ne3 Qe1-+ 34.Nd1 g6
35.Bh1 Bd4 36.Kg2 Kg7 37.Kh2 Be5 38.Kg2 h4 39.g4 Bd4 40.Kh2 Be5+ 41.Kg2 Bd4
42.Kh2 Nxg4+ 0-1 Vogt,L-Mortensen,E/Thessaloniki (ol) 46/156 1988