Annotated Chess Game 10717378 by talzamir
1. e4 e5 2. Ng1f3 Nb8c6 3. Bf1b5 Ng8f6
Ryu Lopez opening, Berlin defense.
4. d3 Bf8c5 5. Bb5xc6 Nf6g4
dxc6 would be better. Your e-pawn would be safe due to Nxe5 Qd4, with threats on e4 and f2.
tempo trick to get some compensation for the doomed bishop.
6... Bc8xd7 7. O-O h6 8. h3 Ng4f6 9. Nf3xe5 Bc5d4 10. Ne5xd7
exchanging as I'm up in material. Also ending your bishop pair.
10... Qd8xd7 11. c3 Bd4b6 12. Bc1e3
simply developing and claiming the center.
12... Qd7d6 13. Nb1a3 Bb6xe3 14. Na3c4
fxe3 is probably better due to Bxf2+ and then taking the queen to safety, but this looked pretty.
14... Qd6d7 15. fxe3 O-O-O 16. Nc4e5
a nicely powerful-looking square, also protecting d3.
the queen should protect the f7 square I think.
17. d4 Rh8f8 18. Qd1c2
protecting e4 more than b2 as opening the b-file to the rooks would be nice.
a bit timid, though understansdable and necessary as the white knight is a powerhouse there. But is there time?