Mulholland, J - Qvistorff, S.
NSCF Championship Section 12/19/04 (Chappaqua, NY), 19/12/2004
Round 4 [Comments by Kim Qvistorff]
1.e4 c5 The
2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 # 6.Nf5
[6.Ndb5 is the right move, going into the
Sveshnikov variation. 6...d6 7.Bg5
a6 8.Na3 b5
(or 9.Nd5 Be7)
6...Bb4 All of a sudden Nf5 looks great!
[6...d5 is much better.]
[8.Bh6 is a winning game for White!]
8...d5 right move.
[8...Nxe4 does not work because of
9.Bh6+ Still an excellent move. White
is still better.
9...Ke8 10.Ng7+ Ke7 11.exd5
f6 13.Bh4 Now
the world comes tumbling the other way...
[White needs to play 13.Bd2]
[16.c3 is the only option.]
Bxh5 18.g4 Rd2+
20.gxh5 Can you now find the checkmate
in 3 moves?
20...Nf5+ 21.Ke4 Rd4+ 22.Kxf5 Rf4# 0-1
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