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Albin Planinc vs Bruno Parma
"Bruno Mars" (game of the day Mar-26-2017)
Banja Luka (1976), Banja Luka YUG, rd 5, Dec-??
Spanish Game: Open. Open Variation (C80)  ·  0-1



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Mar-16-07  Grega: An spaghetti-western tactical shootout.
When was that fighting spirit in the present-day players died?
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  tpstar: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. 0-0 Nxe4 6. d4 Be7 <A rare sideline of the Open Ruy Lopez which usually continues 6. d4 b5 7. Bb3 d5 8. de Be6 Opening Explorer > 7. Re1 f5 Opening Explorer 8. d5 <8. de 0-0 9. Nbd2 Nc5 10. Bxc6 dxc6 E Knoppert vs Piket, 1992 > Na5 9. Nxe5 0-0 10. d6 <A Pawn sacrifice to clear d5 and win the exchange - 10. c3 Bc5 11. Re2 d6 12. Nf3 Nc4 Karpov vs R Nicevski, 1976 > Bxd6 11. Qd5+ Kh8 12. Nf7+ <[12. Qxa5 b5 13. Bf4 bxa4 14. Nd3 Bxf4 15. Nxf4 Rb8 = -0.22/12]<>> Rxf7 13. Qxf7 Bxh2+! 14. Kf1 <14. Kxh2? Qh4+ 15. Kg1 Qxf2+ 16. Kh2 Qg3+ 17. Kg1 Qxe1+ regains the exchange> b5 15. Nxb3 <[last book move]<>> 16. axb3 Bb7 <Black has two Pawns and Two Bishops for the exchange> 17. Nc3 <[17. g3!? ]<>> Qh4 <Mate threat> 18. Qxf5 Nxf2! <Black wins a Pawn> 19. Qf7 <19. Qxf2? Bg3> h6 <Luft> 20. Re7 <[20. Bxh6!? Qxh6 21. Kxf2 Qh4+ 22. Ke2 Bxg2 23. Qg6 ]<>> Rg8 21. Bxh6! <White wins a Pawn> Qxh6 <21 ... gxh6? 22. Qh7#> 22. Kxf2 Bd6 23. Re8 <23. Rxd7? Rf8 wins the Queen> Rxe8 24. Qxe8+ Kh7 25. Qe3 <25. Qxd7? Qd2+> <[25. Ke2!? Qh2 26. Kd3 ]<>> Qh4+ 26. Ke2 b4 27. Qd3+ Kg8 28. Nd1 Qg4+ 29. Kd2 Qxg2+ 30. Kc1 Bf4+ 31. Kb1 Be4 <Black's QBB combine for a deadly attack> 32. Qc4+ d5 33. Qc6 <[33. Qxb4 Qxc2+ 34. Ka2 ]<>> Qd2 34. Ka2 Qxc2 <Black offers a Queen trade into a won endgame> <[34 ... Bxc2!? ]<>> 35. Qe8+ Kh7 36. Qh5+ <[36. Qe7 d4 37. Qh4+ Bh6 38. Nf2 ]<>> Bh6 37. Ne3 Qc5 <The mate threat wins material> 38. Nc4 Qc6 <[38 ... Qb5 ]<>> 39. Nd2 Bg6 40. Qe2 Qb6 0-1 <[40 ... Bxd2 41. Qf2 Bh6 ]<>>

<[Fritz 7]<>>

Dec-30-08  arsen387: Bxh2! and Nxf2! are great shots. very interesting game!
Aug-23-16  clement41: Tough struggle in this rare open ruy lopez sideline
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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Can understand why neither White nor Black would want to try this variation. Wondered about 15.Qxf5, putting three Black minor pieces directly or indirectly under threat, but 15...d5; 16.Qh5,Bg3 might be the reply.
Mar-26-17  cunctatorg: <@Grega>; my observation is that this fighting spirit has never died!

During fifties, sixties and seventies it was more rare but grandmasters like Mikhail Tal, Victor Korchnoi, Dragoljub Velimirovic, Anthony Miles, many others and of course RJF provided a strongest testimony that this fighting spirit was alive!

During eighties and nineties Garry Kasparov's influence and the Kasparov school had essentially revitalized that spirit, not to mention the crushing battles between Garry Kasparov himself and Anatoly Karpov!! Other players who had followed that path -and even their own course- were Alexander Beliavsky, Alexei Shirov, Alexander Khalifman and Ivan Sokolov but (to be honest) there were many great fights "back" then! 'Back" because eighties and nineties (and even seventies) are like yesterday to me!!...

Nowadays there is a lot of great fighting games but there is also a (relative) obstruction: the strongest chess software plus the very strong contemporary PCs wiped out "the art of chess analysis" in game adjournments (which are now just a past) and also in chess openings and even chess endings... Therefore our chances to watch a game between grandmasters with a <really> fighting opening are minimal, probably all the probable opening fireworks will be a result of PC analysis.

The only gain from this development is that almost every supergrandmaster should be able to have a great team of three of four (?!?) silicon analysts of a chess strength (much) more than a 3,000 ELO, therefore it's up to him, his working ability and his devotion to have profits from the work of his silicon assistants... That's an element of "democratization" because "back then" only Soviet participants had the privilege of a greatest assisting team ... and Bobby Fischer by himself!!

Anyways...; despite these sad and positive observations the really positive thing is that there are nowadays many greatest chess battles from Super-Grand-masters all over the world!... Soon the PCs influence will reach the limits of perception of the SGMs and hopefully we will see once more chess similar to that of the good old times but <mostly> ... after the opening!!

Mar-26-17  paavoh: Here is another Black win in this line:

M Rytshagov vs A Pyhala, 1989

Mar-26-17  JohnBoy: I always loved Planinc for his fighting spirit. Here Parma is every bit up to the challenge. Nice GotD.
Mar-26-17  tamc1977: I miss the 'Ruy Lopez'.
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  offramp: Today's GoTD Title is based on the consonance between the the winner's first name and the name of Mr Bruno Mars, born Peter Gene Hernandez, a Hawaiian gentleman who purveys popular beat music. He is famous for his extraordinary philanthropy.In 2016 he donated $212,100,000 to the St Louis Chess Club.

Is there a connection? No.

Mar-26-17  mckmac: What a terrific game and a neat finish too. White's Ra1 is just a spectator.

Can't believe that this song has had 2.3 billion views.

Aug-10-17  mikealando: <212 million dollars> would make some connection, haha!

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