Peter Svidler's annotations get straight to the heart of the position. I've found them clear, concise and ultimately instructive. Going through his games from the World Cup 2015 in Baku, I must share his Round 1 exploits.
This is taken from Can, Emre - Svidler, Peter 0-1 from the FIDE World Cup Baku Round 1.
This is really a model game of play against a fixed centre. Observe Black's timing of ... f6 to destroy the centre, his restraint of ... a5 to prevent b4.
It is also the first time I have heard of the concept of the "excess piece", where both of Black's minor pieces want to occupy f5. Consequently it is a mistake to allow Black to exchange off one of these pieces.
The concluding counterblow tactic by Black is consistent with the attack a the base of the White pawn chain. A fundamental principle of chess is the occupation/destruction of the opponent's centre.
Annotations derived from Chessbase Magazine 169.
Lesson 1: How to prepare the ... c5 break.