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Schots met wit

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1. e4 e5
2. d4 $1 {Dit is de handige volgorde, zwart moet nu slaan op d4. Andere zetten zijn niet zo goed}
exd4

(2... Nf6 $2 3. dxe5 Nxe4 4. Bc4 {Wit staat duidelijk beter})

3. Nf3 Nc6

(3... Bc5 4. c3 dxc3 5. Nxc3 d6 6. Bc4 {wit heeft voldoende compensatie voor de pion})

(3... Nf6 4. e5 Ne4 5. Qxd4 {wit staat beter})

(3... Bb4+ 4. c3 dxc3 5. Nxc3 Nf6 6. e5 Ne4)

4. Nxd4 {Dit is de beginstelling van het Schots. Hier heeft zwart de keuze uit verschillende sytemen. Je kunt op deze pagina de partijen naspelen, om te kijken wat je kunt spelen met wit }
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Nu volgt een voorbeeld partij als zwart Lc5 speelt
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[Event "Nanjing Pearl Spring 2nd"]
[Site "Nanjing"]
[Date "2009.09.28"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Carlsen, Magnus"]
[Black "Leko, Peter"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C45"]
[WhiteElo "2772"]
[BlackElo "2762"]
[Annotator "Carlsen,M"]
[PlyCount "87"]
[EventDate "2009.09.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[EventRounds "10"]
[EventCountry "CHN"]
[EventCategory "21"]
[Source "ChessBase"]
[SourceDate "2009.11.19"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Bc5 {Dit wordt veel gespeeld} 5. Be3 Qf6 6. c3 Nge7 {zwart dreigt nu d5} 7. Bc4 {gericht tegen d5} Ne5
8. Be2 Qg6 {met dubbel aanval op e4 en g2} 9. O-O d6 {Als zwart neemt op e4 dan raakt ie in de problemen. Variant toevoegen met Pb5}
10. f4 $5 {Een oude zet.} Qxe4 11. Bf2 Bxd4 {uitzoeken alternatieven} 12. cxd4 N5g6 13. g3 {This move was introduced by
Morozevich against Kramnik, Monaco 2001. } ({Earlier games mostly
saw } 13. Nc3 Qxf4 14. Nb5 O-O 15. Nxc7
Rb8 {after which Black seldom had any problems. The text is the start of a
more positional plan, aiming to clamp down on the black position with d5 and
play for long-term compensation with the bishop pair. }) 13... O-O $6 {
An inaccurate move. Leko explained afterwards that since he had already spent
quite a lot of time in the opening, he made this reflex move quicky, without
realizing that it would give him a difficult position. Ein ungenauer Zug. Leko
erklärte hinterher, dass er, da er bereits eine Menge Zeit in der Eröffnung
verbraucht hatte, schnell diesen Reflexzug machte, ohne zu realisieren, dass
er ihm eine schwierige Stellung einbringen würde.} (13... Bh3 14. Bf3 Qf5 15.
Re1 d5 16. Qb3 {Is the critical continuation. Now both ist die kritische
Fortsetzung. Möglich sind nun sowohl} O-O 17. Nc3 Bg4 18. Bxd5 {with a draw in
Nakamura-Grischuk, played slightly later at the ECC in Ohrid, or the
challenging 16... 0-0-0!? are possible. mit Remis in Nakamura-Grischuk,
gespielt kurz darauf beim Europa-Cup in Ohrid, oder das anspruchsvollere 16...
0-0-0!?.}) 14. Nc3 Qf5 15. d5 {This is the position I was aiming for. I do not
claim a real advantage for White here, but I think that it is much easier to
play White here, as he has a lot of space, while Black is cramped, and finds
it more difficult to find a way to arrange his pieces. Dies ist die Stellung,
die ich angestrebt hatte. Ich beanspruche keinen wirklichen Vorteil für Weiß
hier, aber ich denke, dass es hier wesentlich einfacher ist, Weiß zu spielen,
da er eine Menge Raum hat, während Schwarz beengt steht und es ihm schwerer
fällt, einen Weg zu finden, seine Figuren zu arrangieren.} a6 (15... Bd7 {
was played a few days later in Ganguly-Acs, but that game didn't shake the
evaluation of the position: Black was suffering in that game as well. geschah
ein paar Tage später in Ganguly-Acs, aber diese Partie konnte die Einschätzung
der Stellung nicht erschüttern: Auch in jener Partie hatte Schwarz zu leiden.})
16. Re1 Kh8 $5 {An interesting idea. The knight is seeking greener pastures
via the f6-square. Eine interessante Idee. Der Springer strebt über das Feld
f6 zu grüneren Weiden.} (16... b5 17. a3 {is hardly a solution to the problems,
as Black can never play ...Bb7 due to Bg4 Qf6 Bd4, trapping the black queen.
ist kaum eine Lösung der Probleme, da Schwarz nie ...Bb7 spielen kann wegen
Bg4 Qf6 Bd4 und die schwarze Dame ist gefangen.}) 17. Rc1 Bd7 18. Bf3 {A very
useful move, preparing Ne2-d4, where the knight will occupy a dominant
position.} Rac8 19. Qb3 b5 20. Ne2 Qh3 21. Nd4
Bg4 $2 (21... Ng8 $1 {would have been a better choice, as Leko pointed out
after the game. Black intends to play ...Nf6 without having to worry about Rc6,
which was very strong in the game. wäre eine bessere Wahl gewesen, wie Leko
nach der Partie hervorhob. Schwarz beabsichtig, ...Nf6 zu spielen, ohne sich
wegen Rc6 sorgen zu müssen, was in der Partie sehr stark war.} 22. Nc6 Nf6 23.
Bg2 Qf5 {and Black is definitely in the game. und Schwarz ist definitiv in der
Partie.} (23... Qh5 24. Bd4 $16 {is weaker. ist schwächer.})) 22. Bg2 Qh5 23.
h4 $1 {The key move. Now all the black pieces on the kingside look rather
stupid, while the black queenside pawns are ripe for harvest. Der Schlüsselzug.
Nun wirken alle schwarzen Figuren am Königsflügel ziemlich dämlich, während
die schwarzen Damenflügelbauern reif zur Ernte sind} Ng8 $6 {Leko was already
short on time, and desperately wanted to create counterplay. He missed my next
move, having only counted on 24.Qa3. Leko war bereits knapp and Zeit und
wollte unbedingt Gegenspiel aufziehen. Er übersah meinen nächsten Zug, da er
nur mit 24.Qa3 gerechnet hatte.} 24. Rc6 $1 (24. Qa3 Nf6 25. Qxa6 Nxd5 26. Qxb5
c5 {when Black is doing very well. It has to be said that Black had a very
difficult position after other moves as well, as there is no simple way of
stopping Rc3 and Rec1, and c7 will drop. , wonach Schwarz sehr gut steht. Zu
sagen ist, dass Schwarz auch nach anderen Zügen eine sehr schwierige Stellung
hätte, da es keine einfache Möglichkeit gibt, Rc3 und Rec1 zu stoppen, wonach
c7 fallen wird.}) 24... Nf6 25. Rxa6 {Now b5 is also dropping, and White
should be winning. My only worry was that the rook would remain out of play on
a6, while black occupies the e-file. However, this is far-fetched, especially
as Black might have problems with the back rank in some lines. } Bd7 (25... Rfe8 26. Rxe8+ Rxe8 27. Ra7 $1 {is hopeless
for Black. }) 26. Nxb5 Rb8 27. a4 Ng4 28. Bf3 Qh6 (
28... Qf5 29. Be4 (29. Ra7 Nxf4 (29... Rfe8 30. Rxe8+ Rxe8 31. Nd4 $1 Qb1+ 32.
Qd1) 30. gxf4 Nxf2 31. Kxf2 Qxf4 {is better for White, but gives some
counterplay.}) 29... Qh5 30.
Ra7 {looks like plain sailing for White. })
29. Qc4 {I spent quite a bit of time around here, trying to allow as little
counterplay as possible. With this move I prevent ...Nxf2 Kxf2 Nxf4, while...
} Nxh4 {Desperation, but what else? } (
29... Nxf2 30. Kxf2 Nxh4 {is met by } 31. Rh1 $1 (31. gxh4 $4
Qxh4+ 32. Kf1 Bh3+ {and Black wins, is not such a good idea.})) 30. Bxg4 Bxg4 31. gxh4 Bf3 32. f5 {Now
White is easily winning, and the only thing remaining was the pleasant task of
making it to move 40 without blundering anything. } Qh5 33. Qf4 Bxd5 34. Nxc7 Bb7 35. Rb6 f6
36. Bd4 Qf7 37. Ne6 Rg8 38. Kf2 Rbc8 39. Bc3 Bd5 40. a5 Rc4 41. Nd4 Ba8 42.
Qxd6 Qh5 43. Qf4 Rcc8 44. Rbe6 {And Black finally resigned. My first win in a
classical game against Leko! } 1-0

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[Event "Saint Louis Blitz"]
[Site "Saint Louis"]
[Date "2016.05.28"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Kasparov, Gary"]
[Black "So, Wesley"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "C45"]
[WhiteElo "2772"]
[BlackElo "2762"]
[Annotator "Willemsma,A"]
[PlyCount "77"]
[EventDate "2016.05.28"]
[EventType "tourn"]
[EventRounds "10"]
[EventCountry "USA"]
[EventCategory "21"]
[Source "ChessBase"]
[SourceDate "2009.11.19"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nxc6 bxc6 6. e5 Qe7 7. Qe2 Nd5 8. c4 Ba6
9. b3 g6 10. Ba3 {Garys zet, ooit bedacht in 1994} c5 {toevoegen variant 10 Pb4 Landa Leko 10 Dg5 Kasparov Ivanchuk }
11. g3 Bg7 12. f4 Nb4 13. Bg2 Rd8 14. Nc3 O-O
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