Hungarian TCH 2012-13 Rd7(TWIC 955)-Nagy G

The new Hungarian junior champion played some dynamic attacking chess to beat veteran GM Pinter. The bishop pair and then opposite color bishops played a key role.

Nagy,Ga (2401) – Pinter,J (2547) 
Semi-Slav Marshall Gambit 8.Ne2 Nd7[D31]
TCh-HUN 2012–13 Nagykanizsa HUN (7), 17.02.2013


Position 1

White has the bishop pair but Ng1/Be1 are not particularly active. What do you suggest for white?
  • 27.Bc3(Immediately activating a passive piece and taking control of the weak dark squares, especially e5)
  • 27.Ne2(The knight should go to c3 while Be1-f2 is good for the dark bishop as Rc8 will be tied down)
  • 27.Qg5(The kingside dark squares are vulnerable and begging to be infiltrated)
  • 27.b3(A patient waiting move that secures the queenside. The optimal arrangement will be more apparent when black commits his king)
  • Something else.

White to Play


26…Rc8


Posted on February 26, 2013, in Hungarian TCH 2012-13, Nagy Ga, Pinter J, Semi-Slav. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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