"Play boldly, no matter how strong the opposition."

Apr 17, 2012, 8:10 AM |

I had a game with a stronger opponent and have to prepare persistently. My Opening preparation is pretty exhausting but I needed to train methodically. I won the game convincingly with a fine sacrifice at move 15! Here, I demonstrate how to gain advantage if you occupy the key-squares of your pieces.

Here's the game:


Notes: White's problem is lack of counterplay and space for it's pieces. Black gain the advantage by finding the key squares 16...Nd4 17...Nxf3+ and 18...Bh3


Please comment for your suggestions in my game. Thanks!