Annotated Chess Game 12051744 by Nowakowski
1. c4 e5 2. Nb1c3 Bf8c5 3. Ng1f3 Ng8f6 4. d3 Nf6g4 5. Nc3e4
Always one of my favorites when a player is hyper attacking f2. if Qf6 instead of Nf6, Ng4, then I also play Ne4.
5... d6 6. Ne4xc5
Gains a pawn. It appears black planned to make the dark squared bishop bad. but breaking the pawns takes away that decision, esp. after the fall of e5.
6... dxc5 7. h3 Ng4f6 8. Nf3xe5 Nb8d7 9. Bc1f4 Nf6h5 10. Ne5xd7 Qd8xd7 11. Bf4h2 Qd7d4
Black clearly intends to continue attacking f2 at all costs.
12. g4 Nh5f6 13. Ra1b1 O-O 14. Bf1g2 c6 15. Qd1d2 b5 16. Bg2xc6 Bc8b7
Loses more material. The game is very much over from here.
17. Bc6xb7 Ra8d8 18. cxb5 Rd8e8 19. O-O
Relieves the pin.
19... c4 20. Qd2f4 Qd4xf4 21. Bh2xf4 cxd3 22. exd3 g5 23. Bf4xg5 Nf6d7 24. Bb7c6 Re8e5 25. Bc6xd7 Re5xg5
Taking the bishop allows white to trap the rook... it will take several moves for black to get his rook out. White can trade down and end it.
26. Bd7f5 h5 27. f3
Not allowing the pawn break to relieve the rooks shackles.