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Re: C10: Caruana's novelty in the Rubinstein
Reply #3 - 04/24/16 at 17:14:14
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Has White not sufficient compensation in the sideline 15... Kf7 16. Qd3 Kg8 17. b4 e5 18. Nh4 since Black is more or less forced to play 18...g5 (to prevent f2-f4) 19.Nf5 +=
  
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Re: C10: Caruana's novelty in the Rubinstein
Reply #2 - 11/01/14 at 10:46:03
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After 15...Bc5! 16.Qd3 Be7!? seems worth a try - does White have anything better than 17.Qxd4 Qxd4 18.Nxd4 Rxc4 19.Nxe6 Rxc1 20.Bxc1 Kf7 with an equal ending?
  
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Re: C10: Caruana's novelty in the Rubinstein
Reply #1 - 10/22/14 at 20:40:10
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I actully used this game to build a small repetorie against Rubinstain ( I didnt have any at all) so im very interested in you analys PNFR  Cool
I found Bc5 to be even stronger than 15.- Kf7 and something is wrong with your given short line on Kf7

I hope you are past opening in your  corr game as i give my short analys of Caruana's game below


  
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C10: Caruana's novelty in the Rubinstein
04/27/13 at 18:46:17
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You may well be aware of the new move Caruana uncorked against Meier at the recent Grenke Cjess classic.
http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1710338
The question is: what Fabiano has cooked against the Houdini suggestion 15...Kf7?
I have found out, and engines were not helpful at all.
The line is really stunning, but I won't go into details, since I have a running correspondence game with it.
Suffice to say that white has the advantage after 16.Qd3 Kg8 (odd looking, but suggested by Houdini, with an equal evaluation) 17.b4 e5 18.Nxd4!! ed4 19.Rc4!
Black is a whole piece up, but he has serious issues dealing with the nasty pin on d5, due to the poor position of his king on g8. White has the advantage, IMO.
I will post more analysis as soon as my game is over.
« Last Edit: 04/28/13 at 07:11:45 by dom »  
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