By J.N. Walker
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Axb3 Bxe5 34. Rd1 Re7 + + + + ppp r +k + + +lp + P l p P +P+ + +P+ N +P + + +L+ + +R+ +K After 34. Re7 Here we both had around under three minutes or something (with a thirty second increment thankfully) for this sharp endgame. Black has two bishops, which could become very strong. He also has a better pawn structure. Meanwhile, White’s rook controls the d-file, and even though he has doubled pawns, after 35. b5 White has possibilities of going around Rd8-a8 and Black has to be careful. org 10:19 AM Page 29 35.
Bf1 (32. Nxa7 would be a draw after 32. Rxb4 when Black will win the pawn on a2 also) 32. Rxb5 33. Bxc4 Rxb4 34. Bxf7 Kxf7 35. Rc7+ Kf6 36. Rxa7 Ke5 37. Kg2 Kf4 38. Rf7+ draw. qxp:chess life 9/5/08 first place and getting the FM title. I also knew Mayorga wouldn’t want a draw and so had to make inferior moves on purpose to create complications to sustain any winning chances. 27. Qb3 Re8 28. c5 Qd8 + qr+ k ppp + l + + +lp + PNn p P +P+ + +Q+ + +P PL + +L+ + + +R+K After 28. Qd8 29. Ne3 Around here I started feeling like I had lost the momentum of the position, that my advantage had disappeared and that my best plan was to bring the knight from its best square on d5 to come around to f5 to improve my position.
B4 Rybka comes up with 26. Rf6! Rd8 (26. Bxf6 is no good because after 27. ) 27. Bxe5 Rxd5 28. b4! and Black has nothing better than 28. Rxe5 29. bxc5 Bxf6 but it’s still possible for Black to save the game. 26. Qd6 26. Qxc4 27. Qxc4 Nxc4 28. Bxg7+ Kxg7 29. Rc1 and Black has a few ways to lead the game to a draw, such as 29. b5 30. Nxc7 Rb8 31. Nxb5 Bf7 32. Bf1 (32. Nxa7 would be a draw after 32. Rxb4 when Black will win the pawn on a2 also) 32. Rxb5 33. Bxc4 Rxb4 34. Bxf7 Kxf7 35. Rc7+ Kf6 36.
Attacking the King by J.N. Walker