BTCh 6-Board 2015-16 Rd4
MTK 2.5-Hort SE 3.5
I contributed a win but MTK suffered defeat.
Board 6 Yip,M-Koczan,K
I went for the big attack on the White side of a Rubinstein Nimzo-Indian.
Now I was poised to break open the position with the e5-e6 break but thought the rook should be attacking something as the d6 pawn was already protected.
The immediate 40.e6 decides right away but I went for the slower 40.Bc4 intending Rf1-f4 or Rf6 increasing the pressure, leaving the decision to play the e6 break to later.