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Re: Torre - Due for update????
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Thanks a lot Reyes!
I would not have expressed it better Wink
  
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Re: Torre - Due for update????
Reply #2 - 09/25/04 at 13:27:41
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Jussupow,A (2660) - Kasparov,G (2805)
Tal mem Riga (5), 1995 [Stohl]

1.d4 Cf6 2.Cf3 g6 3.Fg5 Fg7 4.c3 0-0 5.Cbd2 d6 6.e4 c5!?

[ 6...h6 7.Fh4 Cbd7 8.Fc4 e5 9.0-0 c6 10.dxe5 dxe5 11.a4 a5 12.Dc2 Dc7 13.Ce1 Cc5 14.f3 b5! 15.axb5 cxb5 16.Fe2 Fd7 17.Ff2 Ce6 18.g3 Tfc8 19.Dd1 Td8 20.Cd3 Ff8 21.Dc1 Cc5 22.Td1 Fe6³ Zichichi,A-Chandler,M, Thessaloniki olm, 1984. Black's pieces are more active, also White's King is somewhat insecure.]

7.dxc5

[ 7.d5 h6 8.Fh4 e6=]

7...dxc5 8.Fe2 In this type of positions the e5 and c4 squares are very important. If White can occupy c4 with a minor piece and (or) advantageously advance his e-pawn,  he will be better.

[ 8.Fc4 Cc6 9.0-0 h6 10.Fe3 b6 11.h3 Fb7 12.Dc2 e5?! 13.Tfd1 De7 14.Ch2 Cd4 15.Db1 Tfd8 16.f3 Cc6 17.Cg4 Rh7 18.Cxf6+ Fxf6 19.Fd5 Rg7 20.a4 Td7 21.Cc4 Tad8 22.Dc2 Fg5 23.Ff2 Df6 24.Db3 Plachetka,J-Wittmann,W, AUT-chT, 1995.  Black has weakened his white squares by e5 and White has placed his minor pieces on them (Nc4, Bd5)-he is better.]

8...Cc6 9.0-0 Dc7

[ 9...b6 10.Dc2 Fb7 11.Tfe1 Dc7 12.Ff1 Cg4 13.Fh4 Tad8 14.Fg3 Cge5 15.a4 Dc8 16.Cxe5 Fxe5 17.f4 Fg7 18.Cc4 De6 19.a5?! (19.Ff2 Fa6 Black's active position guarantees him sufficient counterplay, although he did not manage to maintain his hold on e5.) 19...b5 20.a6 Fxa6! 21.Txa6 Cd4 22.cxd4 Fxd4+ 23.Rh1 Dxa6 Kramnik,V-Shirov,A, Monaco rapid, 1995.]

10.Dc2

[ 10.h3 Ch5!? ; 10.Te1 b6 11.Dc2 Fb7 12.a4 Ca5! 13.Ff1 c4 14.Tad1 e5 15.Cb1 h6 16.Fh4 Tad8 17.Cfd2 Fc8 18.Ca3 Fe6 19.f3 Td7 20.Ff2 Tfd8 21.Fe2 Ff8 22.Cb5 Db8 23.Cf1 Cb3 †,Zimmer,R-Tukmakov,V, Geneva op, 1995. The important push c5-c4 gives Black mo- re space on the Queen-side and a lasting advantage.]

10...Td8!N A clever move, reserving the option to develop the Bc8 either to b7, or e6.

[ 10...b6 11.Tfe1 (11.Fh4 Ftacnik 11...Ch5 12.Tfd1 Fb7 13.Cc4 Cf4 14.Ff1 h6 15.Fg3 g5 16.Ce3 e6 17.Td2 Tad8 18.Tad1 Txd2 19.Txd2 Td8 20.Txd8+ Dxd8 21.h4 Ce5 22.Cxe5 Fxe5 23.hxg5 Dxg5 24.Cc4 Weise-Seidel, Würzburg op (7)/1987. 0-1 (41)) 11...h6 (11...Fb7 Ftacnik 12.Fh4 Tad8 13.Cc4 Ch5 14.Ce3 Cf4 15.Fc4 Ca5 16.Ff1 c4 17.Fg3 e5 18.b4 cxb3 19.axb3 Dc8 20.b4 Cc6 21.Db3 h6 22.Cd5 Db8 23.Tad1 Rh7 24.c4  Timoshchenko,G-Todorcevic,M, Palma GMA-op, 1989, 0-1 (45)) 12.Fh4 Ch5 13.Cc4 (13.a4 Ftacnik 13...Fb7 14.Cc4 g5 15.Fg3 Cxg3 16.hxg3 Tad8 17.Tad1 Txd1 18.Txd1 Td8 19.Txd8+ Dxd8 20.Cfd2 Ce5 21.Cxe5 Fxe5 22.Cc4 Fc7 23.Ce3 e6 24.Cc4 Hug,W-Spasov,V, Moscow olm (11) SUI-BUL,1994, 0.5) 13...g5 14.Fg3 Cxg3 15.hxg3 b5 16.Ce3 Tb8 17.Cd5 Db7 18.Cd2 c4 19.f4 e6 20.Ce3 Db6 21.Ff3 f5?! 22.exf5 exf5 23.Fd5+ Rh8 24.Cf3 Ce7 25.Tad1 Cxd5 26.Txd5, Malaniuk,V-Nevednichy,V, JUG-chT Cetinje, 1993. White has strong central con- trol, which outweighs the Black's Bishop pair. Also Black's King-side is weak. ; 10...Fe6!? 11.Tfe1 h6 12.Fh4 Tad8 13.Fc4 Fxc4 14.Cxc4 Ch5 15.a4 Ce5 16.Cfxe5 Fxe5 17.Fg3 Cxg3 18.hxg3 Fg7 19.Tad1 Dc6 20.Db3 De6 21.Txd8 Txd8 22.Db5 a6= Kiselev,S-Timoschenko,G, Novosibirsk tt, 1989 ; 10...Ch5 Ftacnik 11.Tfe1 ( 11.Cc4 Cf4 12.Ce3 Fe6 13.Fxf4 Dxf4 14.g3 Db8 15.Cd5 Fg4 16.Tfd1 Td8 17.Ce3 Fd7 18.Td5 e6 19.Tdd1 Dc7 20.h4 a6 21.h5 b5 22.a3 c4 23.hxg6 hxg6 24.Rg2 Vlahov,D-Sale,S, CRO-chT Makarska (06), 1994, 0-1 ) 11...Cf4 12.Ff1 h6 13.Fh4 Tb8?! 14.Cc4 b5 15.Ce3 e6 16.a4! a6 17.axb5 axb5 18.Ted1 Ch5 19.Fe2 f5 20.exf5 exf5 21.Ce1 Df7 22.Fxh5 gxh5 23.Td6 Ce5 24.Cd5± Pugachev,A-Ibragimov,I, Podolsk-chT, 1993, 1-0 ;
10...h6!? Ftacnik 11.Fh4 Ch5 12.Tfe1 g5 ( 12...a6 13.a4 Tb8 14.Cc4 g5 15.Fg3 Cxg3 16.hxg3 b5 17.axb5 axb5 18.Ce3 e6 19.Tad1 b4 20.Cc4 Fa6 21.Cfd2 Tfd8 22.Ff1 Td7 23.Cb3 Txd1 24.Txd1 DeMaertelaere,J-Ulfarsson,MO, Bratislava WchJM-U18 , 1993, 0.5 ;  12...Fe6 13.Ff1 Tad8 14.Cc4 Td7 15.Ted1 Tfd8 16.Txd7 Txd7 17.Ce3 Ce5 18.Cxe5 Fxe5 19.Fg3 Cxg3 20.hxg3 c4 21.a4 Dc5 22.De2 a6 23.f4 Fb8 24.Te1 Kiselev,S-Yurtaev,L, URS-OT56 Barnaul, 1988, 0-1 ) 13.Fg3 Cxg3 14.hxg3 b6 15.Fc4 e6 Maiwald,J-Itkis,B, Bucharest Ciocaltea, 1994, 0.5]

11.Tfe1

[11.a4 White keeps omitting this typical move until it's too late.]

11...h6 12.Fh4

[ 12.Fe3 b6 ( 12...Cg4 13.Fxc5 b6 14.Fa3 Cd4 15.Dc1 Cxe2+ 16.Txe2) 13.h3 Ch5=]

12...Ch5! 13.Cc4 Fe6! 14.Ce3

[ 14.a4!? This was the last chance to prevent b5. 14...Cf4 15.Ff1 g5 16.Fg3 Fxc4 17.Fxc4 Ce5 18.Cxe5 Fxe5=]

14...Cf4 15.Ff1

[ 15.Fc4 Fxc4 16.Cxc4 b5 …c4†,×d3 This position is very pleasant for Black, his Knight on d3,covered by c4 will be very strong.]

15...Ce5

[ 15...a6 Ftacnik 16.a4 Ce5]

16.Cxe5 Fxe5 17.Cc4

[ 17.a4 c4!]

17...Fxc4 18.Fxc4 b5!? 19.Ff1 Black achieved a mayor strategical success with 18...b5!, so White should have accepted the pawn sacrifice. Now Yusupov will be slightly worse.

[ 19.Fxb5!? c4 20.Fg3 ( 20.Ted1 Cd3 21.Fg3 Fxg3 22.hxg3 Tab8 ( 22...Tab8 23.a4 a6 24.Txd3 Txd3! 25.Fxa6 Tbd8 ) ; 20...Cd3 ( 20...Tab8 21.a4 Cd3 22.Fxe5 Dxe5 23.Te3… ( 23.Fxc4? Txb2) 23...a6? ( 23...Cxb2! Ftacnik 24.Dxb2 a6 25.Db4 ( 25.Tb1 axb5 26.axb5 Txb5!) 25...axb5 26.axb5 Dxb5 27.Dxe7 Da5 28.Tae1 Td3; 24.Fxc4 Txb2 25.Dd1+- ( 25.Dd1 Df4 26.Tf3±) ; 21.Fxe5 Dxe5 22.Fxc4 Cxe1 23.Txe1=]

19...c4 Black controls the important e5 and c4 squares. 20.Ted1 Ch5 21.Fg3 Cxg3 22.hxg3 Db6 Black is better, because his Bishop is more active, also White's king-side  is compromised. 23.a4 a6 24.axb5 axb5 25.Txa8 Txa8 26.g4

[ 26.Rh1 g5 27.Dd2 Fc7]

26...e6 27.Fe2 Ta2 28.Rf1 Fb8! 29.Dd2 Rg7

[ 29...Fa7 30.Dd8+ Dxd8 31.Txd8+ Rg7 32.Td2=]

30.g5

[ 30.Dd4+ Ftacnik 30...Dxd4 31.Txd4 Txb2]

30...h5 31.g3 Fe5 32.Dd7 Ta8 33.De7

[ 33.Dd2 Black would still have to find a way to increase his slight advantage]

33...Ta7 34.De8? Only this is a serious mistake.After the exchange of Rooks Black would be only optically better.

[34.Td7! Txd7 35.Dxd7 b4 36.cxb4! Dxb4 37.Dc6=]

34...Fd6! 35.Rg2

[ 35.e5!? Te7!]

35...Fe7 36.Th1? A typical time-trouble move, which costs White his Queen.

[36.Ff3 Fxg5 ; 36.f4 De3 37.Ff3 b4! 38.cxb4 c3-+]

36...Db7! 37.Ff3 Ta8 0-1

[ 37...Ta8 38.e5 Dxf3+ 39.Rxf3 Txe8-+]
  

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Re: Torre - Due for update????
Reply #1 - 09/25/04 at 11:19:12
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Torre has been studied (june) and will be deepened inside the Tromp in the order of moves 1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 e6 3.Nd2.
Provided that Black does not play c5, the 'proper' Torre does not give anything for White against e6 with his  king knight on f3, and is even dubious, with a pawn on e4, against a KID if Black reacts with d6 and c5 as previously demonstrated by Kasparov himself. 8)
  
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Torre - Due for update????
09/24/04 at 17:17:04
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Torre - Due for update???? Is the Torre attack doom? Anyone cares for a good update?  ??? ???

Any comments, just looking for some feedback!

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