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The result of White=s combination can be seen now. He is going to win back material, while at the same time opening up Black=s King=s position. 22 ... d4 Desperately looking for counterplay. 23 fxe5? An incomprehensible mistake. White was in no hurry to take the Knight. , keeping his opponent in the box. Rd5, trying to protect himself. Rxc5+ 25 Kb1! Rad8 25 Bxd5 Rxd5 26 Rf1! With an irresistible attack. 23 ... fxe5 Now the situation is totally unclear, since Black has the defensive move f7-f6, maintaining a natural pawn cover for his King.
Qxe2 22 Rxe2 Rb1 23 Rc2 and White has an easy defense. 22 Qxa2 23 Ba3 Bxa2 ... The technical part is by no means easy for Black. His extra pawn is doubled, while White has kept a solid structure and active pieces. 23 ... 24 Bc5 e6 Bf8 Straightforward strategy. Black must first exchange White=s active Bishop 64 before making further progress. Rb1, since after 25 Rxb1 Bxb1 26 Bc6 Bf8 27 Kf1 the White King reaches the queenside in time. 25 Be4 ... Rb1 was a real threat. 25 ... ]. 26 Bxa7 ... 26 ...
46 cxb7 Rb8 w________w [w4wdwdwd] [dPdwdpdk] [pdwdrdw0] [gwdwdwdw] [Pdwdp)pd] [dPdw)wHw] [wdRdwdw$] [dwdwdwdK] w--------w 47 b4! Wreaking havoc in the enemy camp. 47 ... Bxb4 48 Rc7 all White=s pieces cooperate very well together. But after the text move, the situation gets even worse. 41 48 a5 49 Rc7 50 Rhc2 Bxe3 Rf6 ... Now White=s queenside pawns decide. Bxf4, White has the decisive blow 51 Nh5. 50 ... 51 b5 52 Kg2 Rxf4 Rf6 ... With this quiet King move White underscores his superiority. There is no need to hurry matters.