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Mark Bluvshtein vs Dmitry Andreikin
Aeroflot Open (2011), Moscow RUS, rd 1, Feb-08
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Reshevsky Variation (E46)  ·  0-1



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  perfidious: White's last allows a quick finish, but he was already in great difficulties, with all his pieces on the queenside, leaving the King alone to face the coming storm.
Feb-09-11  Fish55: Sheesh! Didn't Bluvshtein learn anything from his first loss to Andreikin?
Feb-09-11  sevenseaman: What has happened here? Has Black played better or White is guilty of lax play?

29. Nb5 is wild and wishful. 29. Nd5 keeps the balance.

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  Phony Benoni: After <28...Qd6>

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I don't think 29.Nd5 keeps the balance after 29...Nxe4, since 30.Re3 doesn't work: 30...Ng4 31.Rxe4 Qxh2+ 32.Kf1 Qh1+ 33.Ke2 Qxg2+ 34.Kd3 Nf2+.

It looks like Black has one of those nagging advantages, with 29...Qd2 threatening to add to it. White might need to go into defense mode with 29.Qc2.

Feb-10-11  DAVI DE RAFE: vellayude kali valare mossam.
Feb-11-11  Rob Morrison: You have to wonder if white really needs to trade off that beautiful knight on f5 for the bishop on d6. After that capture on move 21 black is clearly better. White could just play 21. h3 and I doubt it could be worse than what happened.

White could try to take the bull by the horns with 21. Nb5. After 21. . . Bxh2+ 22. Kh1 Be5 23. Bxe5 Qxe5 24. Nxa7. I don't know. This is complicated. One thing I'll say though. I very much doubt that Gary would have play 21. Nxd6. And if he felt he needed to play 21. Nxd6 then he surely would not have played 19. f5.

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  An Englishman: Good Evening: Methinks the same game has been entered into the database twice.
Feb-14-11  notyetagm: Bluevstein vs Andreikin 33 ... Ne5-f3+ LVPOC, !!--
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  Penguincw: < notyetagm: Bluevstein vs Andreikin 33 ... Ne5-f3+ LVPOC, !! > It's Bluvshtein not Bluevstein.
Feb-21-11  notyetagm: M Bluvshtein vs D Andreikin, 2011

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33 ♕b3-c2??

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With 33 ♕b3-c2?? White (Bluvshtein) has committed a losing blunder. What is the problem with this move? Well, let's look at all of the <THREATENED SQUARES>:

1) the Black d2-queen threatens the White c2-queen, ... ♕x♕; the White c3-rook meets this threat by <PROTECTING> the White c2-queen

2) the Black d2-queen threatens the White h2-king, ... ♕x♔; the White g2-pawn meets this threat by <INTERPOSING> the White h2-king

Well, if the White c3-rook <PROTECTS> the White c2-queen, and the White g2-pawn <INTERPOSES> the White h2-king, who <DEFENDS> the f3-square?


33 ... ♘e5-f3+! 0-1 <overloaded: f3>

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Feb-21-11  notyetagm: Game Collection: OVERLOADED! OVERLOADED! OVERLOADED! OVERLOADED!

M Bluvshtein vs D Andreikin, 2011 33 ... Ne5-f3+! 0-1 White c3-rook,g2-pawn defend other squares

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