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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
This was a very beautiful game. It's great to see the Kan in such good shape!


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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
this game shows how lively the hedgehog is! thanks renier


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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
Hi Renier, good video as always.

Do you know anything about Anreikin? So many of these young wonders seem to pop-up out of nowhere. I've never heard of him before this game with Dominguez, but two people told me about this game feeling this is a way for Black to get a good game against the Maroczy Bind.

I have to admit that his demolition on the h1-a8 diagonal was impressive, but it seems that Dominquez gave this too little importance Black's plan. White's a4 move didn't make much sense to me, I thought b4 right away was better and seemed to fit the position better. It is strange that you mentioned that you had this positon with White in blitz games, me, I don't think I could play a4 as White. Yes, the hedgehog is a difficult nut to crack and taking away b6-b5 as one of the breaks seems logical, but there's a little voice in my head saying "don't you touch that a-pawn... don't do it!"

Very good game for those looking for a way to battle against the Maroczy Bind, then again, look for improvements by White (14.Rac1 and b4 ideas are very common as you mentioned).

The move 22...d5! was a brilliant idea by Anreikin, this sort of move is one played by seasoned players, a 'Petrosian' move, if you will. This is why I was wondering if you knew anything more about Anreikin. Something tells me we'll be seeing more of him in the near future.

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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
I've heard of him, saw him play in youtube videos too, he is pretty strong, you can tell that he is not too much into theory so his games are refreshing with new stuff. Another game of his will be up soon.

The a4 plan is alternative, like I said, dominguez tried to make it work, but it ussually comes from a2 saving tempos.

Hold your horses fellas! my investigation of this idea found a pleasant surprise, I'd like to refer you to two games:

Zvjaginsev - Fedorov 1998 - this shows the plan when it works, for all of you who are not familiar with the idea

Andreikin - Khismatullin 2007 - This is where Andreikin got it from! This was a very pleasant discovery at this hour of the night.

Check your databases

PS If anyone can link these games here to an external online databse would be appreciated.

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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
I was unable to locate these games on the internet, so if anyone else is lucky post the url, I did find one game.

I was unable to find the Andreikin-Khismatullin game in my database. Any help here would be appreciated.

Zvjaginsev,V (2650) - Fedorov,A (2600) [A31]
Cup Russia Final Samara (3), 31.08.1998

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.f3 e6 6.c4 Be7 7.Nc3 0-0 8.Be2 b6 9.0-0 Bb7 10.Be3 Nbd7 11.Qd2 a6 12.a4 Qc7 13.Rfc1 Rfe8 14.a5 bxa5 15.Nb3 Rac8 16.Nxa5 Ba8 17.Nb3 Qb8 18.Nd4 Bb7 19.Bf2 Bd8 20.b4 Ne5 21.Na4 Bc7 22.b5 Nfd7 23.bxa6 Bxa6 24.Rcb1 Qa8 25.Nc3 Nc5 26.Ndb5 Bb8 27.Nxd6 Red8 28.Ncb5 Rc6 29.Bxc5 Rxc5 30.Qe3 Nd7 31.f4 e5 32.Qa3 Rc6 33.fxe5 Nxe5 34.c5 Nd7 35.Bc4 Nxc5 36.Nxf7 Rf8 37.Rf1 Bxh2+ 38.Kxh2 Qb8+ 39.Nfd6+ 1-0

Renier, I looked at quite a few of Dmitry's games, very impressive.

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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
Great game, great commentation by you, really enjoyed it.
I didn't know that h5 idea yet, even though I sometimes get into hedgehog positions with my Benoni-Defence.
Hope you keep the vids up.


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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
Hi all, here is the game by Andreikin, this is where the orignal idea of a5 came from. I was thinking that this idea can be prevented if white instead of Rfc1 plays Rfd1, however that leaves c4 a little bit soft so there might be a chance for counterplay against that pawn, im just think out loud, have to check the moves. Anyway, enjoy the game

[Event "Moscow op 03rd"]
[Site "Moscow"]
[Date "2007.02.02"]
[Round "7"]
[White "Andreikin, Dmitry"]
[Black "Khismatullin, Denis"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B41"]
[WhiteElo "2509"]
[BlackElo "2599"]

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1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. f3 e6 6. c4 Be7 7. Nc3 b6 8. Be3
Bb7 9. Be2 O-O 10. Qd2 a6 11. O-O Qc7 12. Rfc1 Nbd7 13. a4 a5 14. Ncb5 Qb8 15.
Nb3 Rd8 16. Qe1 Bc6 17. Rd1 Ne5 18. Qf2 Qb7 19. Bxb6 Neg4 20. fxg4 Nxe4 21.
Nxa5 Rxa5 22. Qe3 Bg5 23. Qxg5 Nxg5 24. Bxd8 Bxb5 25. cxb5 Ne4 26. Bf3 Ra8 27.
Rxd6 Qb8 28. Rd4 f5 29. gxf5 exf5 30. b6 Qf4 31. Re1 Qe5 32. Red1 Qc5 33. b4
Qc3 34. Bg5 Rb8 35. Bxe4 fxe4 36. Rd8+ Rxd8 37. Rxd8+ Kf7 38. Rd1 e3 39. Bh4
Qxb4 40. Bg3 Qxb6 41. Kf1 Qa6+ 42. Ke1 Qxa4 43. Rd3 Qe4 44. Ke2 Qxg2+ 45. Kxe3
g5 46. Rd7+ Kg6 47. Rd6+ Kf5 48. Rh6 Qb7 49. Kf2 Qb2+ 50. Ke3 Kg4 51. Rd6 h5
52. Rd4+ Kh3 53. Bd6 h4 54. Rd3 Qf6 55. Rd2 Qf5 56. Rd3 Kg4 57. Rd4+ Kh5 58.
Rd3 Kg6 59. Rd4 Kf7 60. Re4 Qf1 61. Rd4 Ke6 62. Kd2 Kf5 63. Ke3 Qg1+ 64. Kd3
Qe1 65. Kc4 Qe2+ 66. Kc3 Qe3+ 67. Kc4 Ke6 68. Rd3 Qc1+ 69. Kb3 Kf5 70. Rd5+ Ke4
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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
Hi Renier,

Just a little thing that puzzles me : what Dominiguez did play on move 14 ?

I can see 14.Rf-e1 here http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1622743 and here http://www.schacksnack.se/schack/turner ... 11/g11.htm

Does the plan you mention still stand after that move ?

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Post Re: IM Renier C: New ideas in the Sicilian Kan [32:24]
I'm almost 100% sure that this is a relay mistake or something, the rook on e1 doesn't do anything, and I watched the game live online and the move was Rfc1 (logical, besides Dominguez has another game in wich he continued the same way) So I think it doesn't make much difference, if anything maybe is black who can exploit whites move by attacking c4.

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