IM Mashafizul (2422) vs GM Yannick Pelleteir (2592)
39th Olympiad, Round 4, 24.9.2010
Analysed by Centaur (Hairulov + Rybka 4)
because after the exchange of both queen, castling doesn't matter much. On the other hand, Mas probably choose to trade queen and play a slow maneuvering strategy as happen in his victory against GM Eduardas Rozentalis yesterday. 6.Bg5 The main line is 6.Bc4 Be6 7.Bxe6 fxe6 6...c6 7.0-0-0 Ke8 Rybka opening book prefer 7...Nbd7 . The king sometimes move to c7 in this line 8.f3 Be6 9.g3 Nfd7 the other knight move 9...Nbd7 is also possible here
10. Kb1 f6 11. Bc1
As i said before, Mas will play a slow maneuvering game. He just move the dark square bishop to its initial square! 11... Bb4 12.Nge2 Mas can also choose to copy Pelleteir's previous knight move 9...Nfd7 by moving his knight on c3 to e2 (12.Nce2)
a5 13. b3 Na6 14. Bb2 Ke7 Black move his king towards the center which is a good idea if the game transpose into endgame. The move also connect both of his rooks. 15. Nc1 b5 16. Nd3 Bd6 17. Bg2 It looks like Mas who is playing black. He fianchetto both of his bishop and wait for his opponent to over pressed before punish it later. 17...Nac5 18.
Nf2 Rhd8 19.Ne2