By Dvoretsky & Yusupov
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It took place the day after I had successfully defended a long and difficult ending two pawns down. A win in this game would do much to reestablish my forward momentum in the match. After equalizing comfortably out of the opening, I gradually assumed the initiative and after White's 44th move we reached the critical position in the diagram, that required some careful analysis. d4! This pawn sacrifice leads to a decisive breakthrough into the White position as I open lines of attack against the vulnerable and valuable b3- and g2-pawns.
Rcc7 was the best chance for Black. e6 wins. com/SmartChessOnline/SmartChessOnline/September%201997/... 7/8/2004 Karpov On The Net! Qa4+ Bc6!? This is a sharp method of fighting for the initiative for Black. Qxd7+ Nbxd7 is also possible although Black will be on the defensive for quite a while. e3 Bb7 Returning the bishop to its natural Queen's Indian square is necessary in order to develop my knight from b8 and to free my cpawn. The loss of time involved is more than offset by the three White queen moves.
Rc7!? Be7 Rd2? h4 mate. Bc2 f5 At this stage, with Shirov down to 12 minutes and myself down to about 7 minutes, both of us were playing quickly, mindful of the tournament standings. Bd6 Rbe8! c4 g5! I expose my own king, but I begin to weave a mating net around the White king. This came as a surprise to Shirov who underestimated my threats. White soon finds himself in a very dangerous situation. h3?! It is natural for the White king to want some back rank relief, but now Black has a serious advantage.