Round 8: The Dutch Attack

IM attilaturzo
Apr 11, 2017, 1:26 PM |

Yesterday my opponent was FIDE master Mark Lyell from England, who actually lives in Hungary in Budapest.

I changed the move orders and missed a pawn capture which is not good most of the time, but it was good this time.

I got some counterplay and strong dark squares.

Then he sacrificed a pawn on the kingside to get a strong attack.

I did not defend the best, he got winning chances which he missed.

We arrive to an equal endgame where he made a big mistake which allowed me to exchange the rooks and win an other pawn.

I played well the queen endgame and won the game: