Man vs Machine

(1) Kramnik,Vladimir (2750) - Deep Fritz 10 [E51]
Man vs Machine Bonn, Germany (5), 03.12.2006

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.Nc3 Bb4 5.e3 0-0 6.a3 Bxc3+ 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb2 Nc6 9.Rc1 Re8 10.Bd3 dxc4 11.Bxc4 e5 12.dxe5 Qxd1+ 13.Rxd1 Nxe5 14.Nxe5 Rxe5 15.Be2 Bd7 16.c4 Re7 17.h4N [RR 17.Bxf6 gxf6 18.Rd6 Kg7 19.Kd2 Bc6 20.Kc3 Re6 21.Rd2 f5 22.Rg1 Rh6 23.h3 Re8 24.Bd3 Kf6 25.Bc2 Rh4 26.Rd6+ Re6 27.Rd2 f4 28.exf4 Rxf4 29.Bxh7 Be4 30.Bxe4 Rexe4 31.Rd7 Rxf2 Geller,E-Spassky,B/Riga 1965/Candidates/1/2-1/2 (32)] 17...Ne4 18.h5 Ba4 19.Rd3 [19.Rd5 Bc6 20.Rd3 b5 ] 19...b5 20.cxb5 Bxb5 21.Rd1 Bxe2 22.Kxe2 Rb8 23.Ba1 f5 24.Rd5 Rb3 25.Rxf5 Rxa3 26.Rb1 Re8 27.Rf4 [Fritz was expecting 27.Re5 Ra2+ 28.Rb2 Nc3+ 29.Kd3 now all black pieces are hanging 29...Rxe5 30.Rxa2 Rxe3+ 31.fxe3 Nxa2 32.Kc4 Nb4 33.Kxc5 In the press conference Kramnik said that this line was probably a draw, but only Black can play for a win.] 27...Ra2+ 28.Ke1 h6 29.Rg4 g5 30.hxg6 Nxf2 [30...-- 31.Rxe4 Rxe4 32.Rb8+ Re8 33.Rxe8# was the threat.] 31.Rh4 The threat is Rxh6 and Rh8 mate. 31...Rf8 32.Kf1 Paradoxically this very dangerous-looking move, which sets up the white king for a discovered check, is the only defence. [Now it is Fritz's turn to threaten mate: 32.-- Nd3+ 33.Kd1 Rf1# ] 32...Nh3+ 33.Ke1 Nf2 34.Kf1 Nh3+ 35.Ke1 1/2-1/2

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