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A special system for a special contender

by Boris Schipkov

In the previous game I had played against IM Sandor Videki 1.d4 f5 (Dutch Defence) and the game had been ended in a draw. Besides I had not gained an advantage in the opening. Therefore next time I decided to apply more rare system - Lisitsin's Gambit.

Schipkov, B. (2355) - Videki, S. (2385) [A04]
Kecskemet 1991

1. Nf3!?
Slightly unusual move. Maybe better is 1. d4.
1...f5
Very nice.
2. e4!
Lisitsin's Gambit. This is my opening preparation for the opponent.
2...fxe4 3. Ng5 d5 4. d3 Qd6 5. Nc3 Nf6
Worse is 5... c6? 6. dxe4 h6 7. Nf3 dxe4 8. Nxe4 Qxd1+ 9. Kxd1 Bg4 10. Be2 Nf6 11. Nc5 b6 12. Nd3 e5 13. Nfxe5 Bxe2+ 14. Kxe2 Bd6 15. Ng6 Rg8 16. Re1 Nbd7 17. Kf1+ Kf7 18. Nge5+ Nxe5 19. Nxe5+ Bxe5 20. Rxe5 with a clear advantage to White, Nikolic, Z - Zivanovic, I, Zlatibor, 1989 (1-0, 34). Or 5... e3? 6. Bxe3 c6 7. d4 e5 8. dxe5 Qxe5 9. Qh5+ g6 10. Qe2 Bg7 11. O-O-O Nh6 12. Rxd5! cxd5 13. f4 Qf5 14. Bc5+ Be5 15. g3! Kd8 16. Bh3 Ng4 17. Bxg4 Bxf4+ 18. gxf4 Qxf4+ 19. Kb1 Qxg5 20. Bxc8 Kxc8 21. Qe6+ Nd7 22. Nxd5 Qd8 23. Ne7+, 1-0, Black resigned in Ricardi, P - Ye Rongguang, Manila ol 1992.
Interesting is 5...h6 6. Nb5! Qb4+? 7. c3 (7.Bd2) 7...Qxb5 8. Qh5+ Kd7 9. Qg4+ Kd8 10. Nf7+ Ke8 11. Qg6 Qc6 12. Nxh8+ Qxg6 13. Nxg6 Bf5 14. Nf4 Nf6 15. dxe4 Bxe4 16. Ne6 Kd7 17. Nxf8+ Kd6 18. f3 Bc2 19. Kd2 1-0, Black resigned in Casagrande, H - Fahrner, K, Werfen 1990.
More precise is 6... Qc6 7. dxe4! hxg5 8. exd5 Qd7 9. Bxg5 a6 10. Nc3 e5 11. Bd3 Be7 12. Qf3 Nf6 13. Bg6+ Kd8 14. h3 Ne8 15. Bxe7+ Qxe7 16. Bxe8 Kxe8 17. O-O-O with compensation for the piece, Piket, J - Van Mil, J, NLD-ch 1992 (1-0, 44). Or 12. Bg6+ Kd8 13. Qd2 Bxg5 14. Qxg5+ Qe7 15. Qe3 Qf6 16. d6 Be6 17. Qc5 Nc6 18. Be4 Nh6 19. O-O-O Ke8 20. dxc7 with initiative in Jankovskis, G - Savchenko, S, Bern op 1993 (1-0, 38). The last game - 10...Qd6 11. Qd2 Bf5 12. O-O-O g6 13. h4 Bh6 14. Be2 e5 15. g4 Bc8 16. Ne4 Qf8 17. Kb1 Nd7 18. Bd3 Qg7 19. Rhe1 b5 20. f4 Bb7 21. Qa5 Nb6 22. Nc5 Bxg5 23. Rxe5+ Be7 24. Nxb7 Kf7 25. d6 Bxd6 26. Nxd6+ cxd6 27. Rg5 Na4 28. Bxg6+ Kf8 29. Rf5+ Nf6 30. g5 Rxh4 31. Rxf6+ Kg8 32. Be4 Rf8 33. Rg6 1-0, Black resigned in Ali, A - Mahjoob, M, Zone 2001.
6. dxe4








   
6...dxe4?!
A serious inaccuracy! My plot has took.
Better is 6... h6 7. Nb5 Qd8 8. e5?! hxg5 9. exf6 gxf6 10. Qxd5 c6! 11. Qxd8+ Kxd8 12. Nc3 Bf5 13. Kd1 Nd7 14. Be3 Ne5 15. Be2 Kc7 with a small edge to Black in Pisakov, I - Egorov, E, Perm 1997 (0-1, 44).
Correct is 8. Nf3 a6 9. e5 axb5 10. exf6 gxf6 11. Bxb5+ c6 12. Bd3 e5 13. Nh4 Kd7 1/2-1/2, draw in Seeman, T - Zjukin, S, Tallinn 1998. But I think that in this position White has a small advantage. Possible is 14. Ng6! Rg8 15. Qh5 Bd6 (15... e4 16. Nxf8+ Qxf8 17. Bxh6 Qe7 18. Bf1 Kd8 19. Qe2 b6 20. Qd2 Nd7 21. Bf4 Ba6 22. Bxa6 Rxa6 23. Bg3) 16. Qxh6 Qe8 17. Nh4 with an extra pawn. If 10...exf6 then 11. Bxb5+ c6 12. Bd3 Qe7+ 13. Be2 with a slight edge to White because of the second player has weakened his kingside.
7. Bc4! Qxd1+ 8. Kxd1 Bg4+ 9. Ke1 Nc6 10. Bf7+ Kd7 11. h3! Bf5
Dangerous is 11... Nd4? 12. hxg4 Nxc2+ 13. Ke2 Nxa1 14. Rd1+ Kc6 15. Be6 Nc2 16. Nf7 Rg8 17. g5 Kb6 18. gxf6 exf6 19. Nd8 Rh8 20. Nd5+ Ka5 21. Bd2+ Bb4 22. Bxb4+ Nxb4 23. Nxb7+ Ka6 24. Nxb4+ Kxb7 25. Bd5+ Kb6 26. Bxa8 and White wins.
12. g4 Bg6 13. Be6+ Kd8 14. Bf4 Ne8
If 14... Nb4 then 15. Rd1+ Ke8 16. Nb5 Na6 17. Bc4 e5 18. Bxe5 c6 19. Nd4.
15. Rd1+ Nd6 16. Ngxe4 h6 17. Nc5 Rb8 18. Bb3
Also interesting was 18. Rd2.
18...e5 19. Bg3 Nd4 20. Ne6+!? Kd7
20... Nxe6 leads to position with a clear advantage for White 21. Bxe6 Bxc2 22. Rd2 Bg6 23. Bxe5.
21. Nxd4 exd4 22. Rxd4 Be7 23. f4 Bf6 24. Rd2 Rbe8+ 25. Kd1 Be4 26. Nxe4 Rxe4








   
27. Kc1
More precise was 27. c3!
27...Kc8 28. Bd5 Re7 29. c3 c6 30. Bg2 Nc4 31. Rf2 Rhe8 32. Bf3 g5 33. f5 Re3 34. Kc2 Nxb2
Time-trouble. But after 34... Rd8 35. Bh2 Red3 36. Kc1 Rd2 37. Rxd2 Rxd2 38. Bd1 Rg2 39. Bc2 a5 40. a4 b5 41. axb5 cxb5 42. Bd3 Nxb2 43. Bxb5 Bxc3 44. Bd6 Bg7 45. Re1 White has to win also.
35. Kxb2 Rxc3 36. Kb1 Bd4 37. Rff1 c5 38. Be1 Rxe1+ 39. Rxe1 Rxf3 40. Rhf1 Rxf1 41. Rxf1 Bf6 42. Re1 Kd7 43. Re6 Bg7 44. Kc2
Black resigned. 1-0











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Schipkov, Boris (2355) - Videki, Sandor (2385) [A04]
Kecskemet 1991

1. Nf3!? f5 2. e4! fxe4 3. Ng5 d5 4. d3 Qd6 5. Nc3 Nf6 6. dxe4 dxe4?! 7. Bc4! Qxd1+ 8. Kxd1 Bg4+ 9. Ke1 Nc6 10. Bf7+ Kd7 11. h3! Bf5 12. g4 Bg6 13. Be6+ Kd8 14. Bf4 Ne8 15. Rd1+ Nd6 16. Ngxe4 h6 17. Nc5 Rb8 18. Bb3 e5 19. Bg3 Nd4 20. Ne6+!? Kd7 21. Nxd4 exd4 22. Rxd4 Be7 23. f4 Bf6 24. Rd2 Rbe8+ 25. Kd1 Be4 26. Nxe4 Rxe4 27. Kc1 Kc8 28. Bd5 Re7 29. c3 c6 30. Bg2 Nc4 31. Rf2 Rhe8 32. Bf3 g5 33. f5 Re3 34. Kc2 Nxb2 35. Kxb2 Rxc3 36. Kb1 Bd4 37. Rff1 c5 38. Be1 Rxe1+ 39. Rxe1 Rxf3 40. Rhf1 Rxf1 41. Rxf1 Bf6 42. Re1 Kd7 43. Re6 Bg7 44. Kc2 1-0


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