Positional Domination in Panov Attack


I'm proud of this well-played but not perfect game. I had been studying both the Panov attack and general strategy pretty hard before I played this, and it shows. I like this game because this opening tends to get tactical, but this was a positional squeeze. The first 30 moves or so are the most important. Analysis included, but advice is welcome.


A very clear analysis, very helpful to a lower-rated intermediate player. Thank you very much.