[Event "Mamhead Newton Abbot v Plymouth B3"] [Site ""] [Date "16.03.2019"] [Round ""] [White "C Howard"] [Black "R Wilby"] [Result "1-0"] [WhiteElo "160"] [BlackElo "141"] 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 Ng4 4.Bf4 Nc6 5.Nf3 Bc5 6.e3 Qe7 7.Nc3 Bb4 8.Qd5 d6 9.exd6 cxd6 10.Be2 Be6 11.Qd2 Nge5 12.a3 Bxc3 13.Qxc3 f6 14.Nd4 O-O 15. Nxe6 Qxe6 16.O-O Rac8 17.Rfd1 g5 18.Bg3 f5 19.f4 gxf4 20.Bxf4 b6 21.b4 Rc7 22.Rd2 Rg7 23.Rad1 Qg6 24.Bg3 Rf6 25.c5 dxc5 26.bxc5 f4 27.Qb3+ Kh8 28. exf4 {Black might have been hoping to play 28....Rxf4 but it fails (see next variation)} 28...Ng4 $2 ( 28...Rxf4 29.Rd8+ Nxd8 30.Rxd8+ Rg8 31. Rxg8+ Qxg8 32.Qxg8+ Kxg8 33.Bxf4 {loses but 28...Nf7 is better.} ) 29.Rd6 Na5 30.Rd8+ Rg8 31.Qxg8+ Qxg8 32.Rxg8+ Kxg8 33.cxb6 axb6 34.Bxg4 Nc4 35. Rd3 b5 36.Be1 Rxf4 37.Bd7 Ne5 38.Rg3+ Kf7 39.Bxb5 Re4 40.Bc3 Ng4 41.h3 Ne3 42.Bd3 Nf5 43.Rf3 1-0
[Event "Mamhead Newton Abbot v Plymouth B4"] [Site ""] [Date "16.03.2019"] [Round ""] [White "M Quinn"] [Black "J Nyman"] [Result "0-1"] [WhiteElo "136"] [BlackElo "147"] 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 exd4 4.Qxd4 a6 5.Bg5 Nf6 6.Bxf6 Qxf6 7.Qxf6 gxf6 8. Nc3 c6 9.O-O-O Be6 10.Nd4 Nd7 11.g3 O-O-O 12.f4 Nb6 13.Bg2 Kb8 14.Rhe1 Be7 15.a3 Rhe8 16.Nxe6 {Maybe white didn't need to straighten out black's pawns here.} 16...fxe6 17.Bf3 Bf8 18.Bh5 Re7 19.e5 fxe5 20.Rxe5 Bg7 {Now black starts to take over the initiative.} 21.Re3 Nc4 22.Rf3 d5 23.Re1 {I was watching from the sidelines and wondered if on this move or the next black should play e5. The idea is that if white takes, black will play Bh6+ and his knight and bishop will cause some serious problems for white. } 23...Rf8 24.Ref1 Nd6 25.g4 e5 {This is still very good for black.} 26.f5 e4 27.f6 Bh6+ 28.Kd1 Re6 29.R3f2 Bg5 30.f7 Nc4 31.Ke2 Nxb2 32.Rf5 Be7 33. g5 Nc4 34.a4 Ne5 35.R1f4 Ng6 36.Rg4 b5 37.axb5 axb5 38.h4 Kc7 39.Bxg6 hxg6 40.Rf1 Re5 41.Nd1 Kd7 42.Rgf4 c5 43.Ne3 d4 44.Ng4 Re6 45.Nh6 $2 {Here white misses a clever chance to get back in the game} ( 45.h5 gxh5 46.g6 { and black can't take the pawn because of 47. Ne5+ or the knight because of 45. g7} ) 45...c4 46.Ng8 d3+ 47.cxd3 exd3+ 48.Kd2 Bb4+ 49.Kd1 Be7 $6 ( 49...Ra6 50.Kc1 Bc3 {puts white in a mating net and all he has left are'spite' checks.} ) 50.Rd4+ Rd6 $4 {Black had to move his king onto the c-file. Now white has a chance -} 51.Nf6+ $4 {which he fails to take!} ( 51.Nxe7 Kxe7 ( 51...Rxd4 52.Nxg6 Rc8 53.f8=Q Rxf8 54.Rxf8 c3 55.Rf4 Rd5 56.Rf3 b4 57.Nf4 {also wins for white.} ) 52.Rxd6 Kxd6 53.h5 gxh5 ( 53... Ke6 54.hxg6 c3 55.Re1+ Kd7 56.Re3 {is more complicated but still winning for white} ) 54.g6 Ke7 55.g7 Rxf7 56.Re1+ {and there is no way to stop the pawn from queening.} ) 51...Bxf6 52.Rxd6+ Kxd6 53.Rxf6+ Ke7 54.Rxg6 Rxf7 55.Rb6 Rf5 ( 55...c3 $1 {is a little quicker but it's now plain sailing.} ) 56.Kd2 Rf2+ 57.Kd1 c3 58.Ke1 Re2+ 59.Kf1 c2 60.Rc6 Rd2 61.Rc7+ Ke6 62. Rc6+ Kd7 63.Rc5 Rd1+ 64.Kf2 c1=Q 65.Rxc1 Rxc1 0-1