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White is in trouble) 14 ... ~fbl ~a6 Black is even slightly better in the endgame. te6 Here I found the interesting 14 ... :a7 Black has sacrificed a pawn, but his pieces are so active that White cannot hold onto the extra pawn. :fc8= A draw was now agreed in Jakovenko Svidler, Dagomys 2010, although Black might have played on for a bit. a3 White clearly has compensation for the pawn, but it may still take some effort to secure the draw. dxe5 tLlf5!? dxe5 tLlxc4! The easiest route to equality. :fb8!
IxB! exB e6 Black has no problems. a4 c5 Black was already better in Gyorkos - Groszpeter, Zalakaros 2005. 11.. ig4. tDe5 is more ambitious, but Black is still doing fine: 15 ... VNc2 f5The game is balanced. ig7 Without queens, the position is equal, Averkin - Gufeld, Moscow 1969. lO... E:fc8!? VNb3 Todorcevic - Rodriguez Cespedes, Malaga 1987, and now Black should continue with: 13 ... E:fdl a5 (or 14 ... tDxd2 a5) Black gets exactly what he was wanting, counterplay on the queens ide. VNa6, where the black queen can be a bit vulnerable.
E4 has occurred twice, and in both games Black exchanged knights, but I believe he should prefer: 1O ... b3 Ae6+ Chapter 5 - Rare Seventh Moves 57 9... too 10 ... lLleB!? is also worth considering. + Hardie - Spiller, Newport 2004. ~d5N This allows White to exchange his knight for this bishop, but only at the cost of weakening the d4-pawn. dB Black has the advantage. 6 5 4 3 2 9 ... ~a6! lLl e5 in C2 above. hc4 13 .. ~g2 Deutsch Kwatschewsky, Austria 1994. White has managed to regain the pawn, but the price has been high, and the black pieces are now much better coordinated.