That's cold!!

Μπορεί ο Caruana να "έφαγε" τον κουβά στο κεφάλι, αλλά ο Topalov ήταν αυτός που "πήρε την κρυάδα" στον πρώτο γύρο του Singuefield cup στο Saint Luis.
Τα σχόλια είναι του GM B.Finegold
A game that I liked (ChessBase 12)
[Event "Sinquefield Cup 2014"] [Site "St Louis, Mo"] [Date "2014.08.27"] [Round "1.3"] [White "Topalov, Veselin"] [Black "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A34"] [WhiteElo "2772"] [BlackElo "2801"] [Annotator "Finegold"] [PlyCount "68"] [EventDate "2014.??.??"] [SourceDate "2014.01.04"] 1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. Nc3 Nc6 4. g3 d5 5. cxd5 Nxd5 6. Bg2 Nc7 7. O-O e5 { Fabiano was pleased with the opening, saying he was playing white in a Maroczy with a tempo down.} 8. a3 Rb8 9. d3 Be7 10. Be3 O-O 11. Rc1 Bd7 12. Nd2 {White has given up on b4 ideas, and switches to f4 ideas instead!} Nd4 13. Nc4 f6 14. f4 exf4 15. Bxf4 Nde6 16. Bd2 b6 {The whole game has been slow positional maneuvering, where neither side can really claim any edge. The next move shocked Alejandro and me!} 17. g4 $5 {Diagram #} Be8 18. Be1 {Ah, the point of 17.g4!? Topalov wants to play Bg3 and control dark squares. Fabiano nicely thwarts his opponent's plans.} b5 $1 {In the commentary afterwards, Fabiano said he was worried a bit about the c5 pawn, but thought it would be okay.} 19. Ne3 Bd6 {Diagram # Black drives away the Nc4 so he can play Bd6-e5. An idea which works excellently!} 20. Ncd5 $2 {The next few moves shows that Veselin has lost the thread of the game. By trading pieces and giving black Be5, his g4 move is simply weakening. Now black seizes the initiative!} Nxd5 21. Bxd5 Bf7 22. Nf5 Be5 23. Qd2 $2 {Fabiano thought this was the losing move. Now black gets to hop his knight to a great square, and with tempo!} Nd4 $1 24. Bxf7+ Rxf7 {With Nb3 in the air, and 25.Nxd4 unplayable, due to 25...Qxd4+ forking, white is in big trouble.} 25. Rd1 Nxf5 26. gxf5 Qd4+ 27. Bf2 Qg4+ 28. Kh1 c4 $1 29. Qc2 Re8 $1 {Diagram # Fabiano finishes with computer-like precision. White is defenseless on both sides of the board, and the center!} 30. dxc4 $2 Qh5 31. h4 ({The natural} 31. Bg1 {loses to} Bxh2 32. Bxh2 Rxe2 { and here Fabiano pointed out that if he had played his other rook to the "e" file with 29...Re7, then white would play 33.Qxe2 and 33.Bxb8 here!}) 31... Qg4 32. Qd3 bxc4 33. Qe3 Rfe7 34. b3 Bb2 0-1

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