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Which deserves deeper analysis. Dreev entertained various ideas of prolonging the game, but he felt Black was at least equal in all lines. Bxc6 is equivalent to a draw offer. ” Dreev replied, “Probably White’s fourth move. ” ChessCafe 29/11/2004 2004 Russian Super-Final 62 / 66 Round 1 Results: Garry Kasparov - Evgeny Bareev, 1-0 Alexey Dreev - Artyom Timofeev, ½-½ Vladimir Epishin - Alexander Morozevich, ½-½ Vitaly Tseshkovsky - Peter Svidler, 0-1 Alexander Motylev - Alexander Grischuk, 0-1 Opening Ceremony When I made my prognosis for the superfinal, I was not yet aware of further changes to the starting lineup.
The games Epishin – Kasparov and Dreev – Korotylev developed similarly in that White gained space, opened the a- and b-files, and played against a weak pawn on c6. White maintained an initial opening advantage and pressed on queenside. The difference was in Black’s play. Korotylev defended very passively, while Kasparov managed to create sufficient counterplay. e3, but I used another idea. c5 In the Russia – China match I defeated Ni Hua with this strange-looking move. Bg4 is probably not the best.
My calculation abilities were unimpressive today... f4+ I was very happy to give this check. The worse is probably over for Black. h3 necessary at all? b5 etc. g4, and Black is still much better. Rxh8 g3+! Rxh8 with a big advantage. b5 DJ: Maybe it is worth trying to move the rook off of h1 to prevent your idea? fxg4 looks scary for White. exd5 Ra8!! is very strong. Rb6 Ra5 is hopeless. It seems that White is already lost. g4 even I had few doubts about the evaluation of the game and this is something I try not to think about during play.
2004 Russian Superfinal Chess Championship Report