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Rh8?? Bd3 Bg7 = Now the evaluation turns to -+. cxd4 Bxe4+!? Definitely better is 27…Ne6, keeping the piece, but the text simplifies and is good enough to win, although not without technical difficulties. 28. , although Black must still win. Rh8+ Ke7, etc and Black won. Alexey Dreev quickly exchanged queens against Artyom Timofeev and probably expected to play on for another 40 moves to test the youngster’s endgame skill. However, Black found a way to ChessCafe 29/11/2004 2004 Russian Super-Final 61 / 66 further simplify the position and a draw was agreed.
Kb1 Rxc3 Black reasoned that without this move his whole setup was pointless. bxc3 Rxh2 Grischuk was unsure about this move. In his opinion 17…d5 left Black with a better game and provided certain winning chances. c4 g6 23…Be7!? Bxe7 Kxe7 is probably even, but the text is no worse and sets a trap. Rh8?? Bd3 Bg7 = Now the evaluation turns to -+. cxd4 Bxe4+!? Definitely better is 27…Ne6, keeping the piece, but the text simplifies and is good enough to win, although not without technical difficulties.
For the first time in his career Alexander played the combative Grünfeld Defense. Be6; temporary holding the extra pawn. Rb1 which is strongly favored by theory. Both players then spent a lot of time on their next moves and agreed to a draw after move 10, which coincidentally, was a novelty. a4 ½-½ Both Epishin and Bareev were rock-solid today. Bareev uncorked a fine novelty to reach equality in a Slav Defnse and the game proceeded until move 26, when a completely symmetrical pawn structure emerged that called for a peaceful resolution.