Pawnslaught in the orang-outang.

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Pawnslaught in the orang-outang.

Post by HangingKing on March 9th 2011, 10:53 am



This game is kind of strange, my opponent did open with the orang-outang and i was surprised and did not pay attention at first to my knight dvp, so i did loose a pawn, but then i found a very interesting idea around move 13. with knight sacrifice over 'g' pawn.
In the knight forks that occured i did not went for material but for pawns in an amazing sequence.

Till move 28. the imbalance is 4P -vs- B which is good enough compensation.

But unfortunately 28... Qd3? is a blunder, Rae8 is clearly the solution, i saw it, but too late in the game.

However my opponent, played too fast and did not take c5 pawn. So instead of making my pawn structure miserable, i got after move 37. an amazing endgame with strong pawns and only a rook to defend.
I made my possible to put all pawns on dark square so as to limit white's bishop. Surprisingly, it was the knight who fell trapped by the pawns and rook.

I'd like to know if you have some games examples with f4 advanced and knight check on h3 ?
I discovered this idea by chance, and i wonder if it is a classical pattern or not, anyway it leads to very exiting game.

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Re: Pawnslaught in the orang-outang.

Post by PawnCustodian on March 10th 2011, 1:08 pm

I only have 21 games in my 4M game DB with the f4 advance followed by Nh3+ against the castled position. The piece positions in each of the games are so different to what you have that there's no meaningful comparisons, although a couple of the games do have the white stonewall pawn formation.

I'd be happy to send you the game file if I could only figure out how to attach a file on the forum....

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Re: Pawnslaught in the orang-outang.

Post by HangingKing on March 10th 2011, 2:47 pm

Don't worry with the games too much or email them (zwim@free.fr), apparently it's not a general idea, but in some particular cases, it might work.
I agree that white pawn structure in this game is particular, and allows a good continuation after the sacrifice, which may not be possible if white is better organized.


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Post by PawnCustodian on March 10th 2011, 4:05 pm

Sent you the pgn files.

Somehow the maneuver is overlooked in our ICS training - just happens I was currently reviewing the month two stuff when you made your post.

If you come up with a general theory let us know Very Happy

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Post by BorgQueen on March 10th 2011, 5:53 pm

Wonderful game :-)

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