Adams vs Torre – A Sham by Edward Winter

Adams vs Torre – A Sham by Edward Winter

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Exd5 13 exd5+ ¤e5 14 a5 £c5 15 ¥e3 £c8 16 ¥a4+ ¢d8 17 f4 ¤c4 18 ¤c6+ ¥xc6 19 ¥xc6 ¤xe3 20 ¦xe3 ¦a7 21 £d4! Nicely played! 0-0 11 ¦ad1 b4 12 ¤a4 £b7 13 ¦fe1 ¦e8 14 c3 a5 15 ¥c2 ¤bd7 16 £g3 ¥f8 17 f4 e5?! The Nf5 looks really annoying. ± Reinderman,D−Bosboom,M/Hoogeveen NED 1999 10 £g3 31 XABCDEFGHY 8rsnl+k+-tr( 7+-wq-vlpzpp' 6p+-zppsn-+& 5+p+-+-+-% 4-+-sNP+-+$ 3+LsN-+-wQ-# 2PzPP+-zPPzP" 1tR-vL-+RmK-! xabcdefghy 10 ¦e1 ¥b7?! Black must always keep an eye on e6. 11 ¥xe6! ¤c6 In my opinion this is Black's best.

10 ¦e1 ¥b7 11 c3 (11 ¥xe6?! ¤c6 11 ¦e1 ¦b8 12 cxb4 ¦xb4 13 ¤xc6 ¥xc6 14 f3 Once thing I try to avoid is f3 (unless it's an English or Yugoslav attack) it's so passive that any hope for advantage disappears. ¥e7 15 ¤c3 0-0 16 ¥e3 £b8 17 ¦e2 ¦d8 18 ¦d2 ¤d7 19 £e2 ¤c5 20 ¥c4= Wagman,S−Fercec,N/Arco ITA 1999) 11 £f3 d5 12 c4! This makes Black's life very difficult. ¥b7 9 ¦e1 ¤bd7 10 ¥g5 £b6 11 a4 b4 12 ¤d5! Fischer used to win games like this in the old days. exd5 13 exd5+ ¤e5 14 a5 £c5 15 ¥e3 £c8 16 ¥a4+ ¢d8 17 f4 ¤c4 18 ¤c6+ ¥xc6 19 ¥xc6 ¤xe3 20 ¦xe3 ¦a7 21 £d4!

10 ¦e1 ¥b7 11 c3 (11 ¥xe6?! ¤c6 11 ¦e1 ¦b8 12 cxb4 ¦xb4 13 ¤xc6 ¥xc6 14 f3 Once thing I try to avoid is f3 (unless it's an English or Yugoslav attack) it's so passive that any hope for advantage disappears. ¥e7 15 ¤c3 0-0 16 ¥e3 £b8 17 ¦e2 ¦d8 18 ¦d2 ¤d7 19 £e2 ¤c5 20 ¥c4= Wagman,S−Fercec,N/Arco ITA 1999) 11 £f3 d5 12 c4! This makes Black's life very difficult. ¥b7 9 ¦e1 ¤bd7 10 ¥g5 £b6 11 a4 b4 12 ¤d5! Fischer used to win games like this in the old days. exd5 13 exd5+ ¤e5 14 a5 £c5 15 ¥e3 £c8 16 ¥a4+ ¢d8 17 f4 ¤c4 18 ¤c6+ ¥xc6 19 ¥xc6 ¤xe3 20 ¦xe3 ¦a7 21 £d4!

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