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Murtas Kazhgaleyev vs Liviu-Dieter Nisipeanu
French League Top 16 (2005), Port Barcares FRA, rd 8, May-04
Benoni Defense: Czech Benoni Defense (A56)  ·  0-1

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Aug-06-06  Albertan: The Czech Benoni is much more solid than the Modern Benoni, but it is also more passive.
Aug-06-06  Albertan: The move 9...Nh5 appears to be a theoretical novelty. Before this game only the move 9...Nf8 had been used.
Aug-06-06  Albertan: Another idea on move 14 was to play 14.Ng5 which might have yielded this continuation:

14.Ng5 O-O 15. Rdg1 b5 !? 16. g3 (16. cxb5 Qb6 17. Nc3 axb5 18. Bxb5 Bd7 19. Bxd7 Nxd7 =)) 16...hxg3 17.Rxg3 Rb8

Aug-06-06  Albertan: Nisipeanu could have tried the interesting move 14...b5!? after which play might have continued: 15.cxb5 axb5 16.Bxb5+ Bd7 17.Bd3 O-O 18.Nf3 Qb6 19.Nc3 Nh5 20.Bc4 Qb4 21.b3 Nhf4 and Black has compensation for the pawn.
Aug-06-06  Albertan: Another idea on move 18 for Black was to play 18...Nxf4 and play might have continued: 19.Qxf4 c4 20.Bc2 Ra8 21.Nfd4 Qa5 22.a3 Bd7 =
Aug-06-06  Albertan: Another idea on move 21 for Black was to play 21...Bf6 after which play might have continued: 22.Nxe5 dxe5 23.Be3 c4 24.Bc2 Qd6 25.Bg5 O-O 26.Rhf1 Bxg5 27.Qxg5 Ra8 28.Qxh4 b4 and Black has compensation for the pawn.
Aug-06-06  Albertan: The move 29.Nc6?? was a blunder. Instead Kazhgaleyev 29.Rhe1 and play might have continued: 29...Qa6 30.a3 b4 31.Qxc5 bxa3 32.b4 Rfe8 with a level game.
Aug-06-06  Albertan: White resigned because Black has a forced checkmate:

If 33.Kxb3 Qb6+ 34.Ka2 (34.Kc3 Qb4#) Rxa5#

Sep-03-19
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  whiteshark: Thanks for that, <Albertan>!

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