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  1. [Event "USSR Championship 1968/69"]
  2. [Site "Alma-Ata (Almaty) URS"]
  3. [Date "1969.01.27"]
  4. [Round "16"]
  5. [White "Igor Arkadievich Zaitsev"]
  6. [Black "Yuri Nikolaevich Sakharov"]
  7. [Result "1-0"]
  8. [ECO "B21"]
  9. [PlyCount "67"]
  10. [EventDate "1968.??.??"]
  11.  
  12. {Igor Arkadyevich Zaitsev was born in Ramenskoe, Russia (formerly USSR). He
  13. was Moscow Champion in 1969 and awarded the IM title in 1970 and the GM title
  14. in 1976. Not to be confused with the other Alexander Zaitsev who did better in
  15. this particular tournament.} 1. e4 c5 2. d4 cxd4 3. c3 dxc3 4. Nxc3 Nc6 5. Nf3
  16. d6 6. Bc4 e6 7. O-O Nge7 8. Bg5 a6 9. Qe2 h6 10. Be3 Bd7 11. Rad1 {ultra
  17. discerning - engines agree this is the particular rook to use!} (11. Rfd1 Ng6
  18. $15 12. Bb3 Be7 13. h4 O-O (13... Nxh4 14. Nxh4 Bxh4 15. Rxd6 $16) 14. h5 Nge5
  19. 15. Nxe5 dxe5 16. Qg4 $14) 11... Ng6 12. Nd4 Na5 (12... Nge5 13. Bb3 {key
  20. point here is that against this Nge5 plan rook on f1 supports f4 -f5 with auto
  21. rook liberation}) 13. Bxe6 {one of the strongest moves} (13. f4 Nxc4 14. Qxc4
  22. Be7 15. f5 Ne5 16. Qb3 O-O (16... exf5 17. Nxf5 Bxf5 18. exf5 O-O 19. Ne4 Nd7
  23. 20. Bd4 Nf6 21. Bxf6 Bxf6 22. Rxd6 Qe7 23. Nxf6+ gxf6 24. Qg3+ Kh8 25. Re1 $16)
  24. 17. fxe6 fxe6 18. Nxe6 Bxe6 19. Qxe6+ Kh7 20. Nd5 $16) 13... fxe6 14. Qh5 (14.
  25. f4 Be7 15. Qh5 O-O 16. Qxg6 Qe8 17. Qg4 $14) 14... Kf7 15. f4 Nc4 16. Bf2 Rc8 {
  26. mistake} 17. f5 Kg8 (17... exf5 18. exf5 Nce5 19. fxg6+ Kg8 20. Qe2 $16) 18.
  27. fxg6 Qg5 19. Qh3 Qxg6 20. Rd3 (20. b3 Ne5 21. Na4 Re8 $15) 20... Qe8 21. Rg3 {
  28. bouncy roads to king but engine not impressed right now} Rh7 22. b3 Nd2 {
  29. inaccuracy - black only slightly better now} (22... Ne5 23. Na4 Qd8 24. Ne2 h5
  30. $17) 23. Re1 Be7 {big mistake - but maybe easier to make such mistakes with r
  31. on g3 against king} 24. Na4 (24. Qg4 Bf6 25. Qd1 Bg5 26. Rxg5 hxg5 27. Qxd2 $16
  32. ) 24... Bd8 25. Rd3 b5 26. Nc3 Bg5 27. Qg3 e5 28. Nf5 Bf4 29. Qg4 h5 30. Qe2 (
  33. 30. Qd1 Nxe4 31. Nxe4 Bxf5 32. Nxd6 Qd7 33. Nxf5 Qxf5 34. Rd8+ Rxd8 35. Qxd8+
  34. Qf8 36. Qd5+ Qf7 37. Qa8+ Qf8 38. Qxa6 Qe8 39. Qb7 Rh6 40. g3 Rg6 41. Kf1 Bh6
  35. 42. Qd5+ Qe6 (42... Kh7 43. Rxe5 $16) 43. Rxe5 $16) 30... Bxf5 (30... Rxc3 31.
  36. Rxc3 d5 32. Nd6 Qg6 (32... Qe7 33. Bc5 d4 34. Nf5 Qg5 35. Rg3 Bxg3 36. hxg3 g6
  37. 37. Ne7+ Kh8 (37... Rxe7 38. Bxe7 Nf3+ 39. gxf3 (39. Kf2 Qxe7 40. gxf3 $16)
  38. 39... Qxg3+ 40. Kh1 d3 41. Qxd3 Qxe1+ 42. Kg2 Kf7 $11) 38. Nd5 $16) 33. Be3 d4
  39. 34. Qxd2 dxc3 35. Qd5+ Be6 36. Qa8+ Bc8 37. Qxc8+ Qe8 38. Qxe8#) 31. exf5 {
  40. end of game} e4 32. Nd5 Bh6 (32... exd3 33. Ne7+ Kh8 34. Qe6 {threat is ng6
  41. and Qxc8 but also Qg8 for Ng8 mating cutely}) 33. Rxd2 Bxd2 34. Qxd2 $16 1-0
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