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Posted by doctor_knight


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Subject: Annotated Game

Here's an annotated game I played through recently. I don't want to write the full annotation because I payed for it and I think others should pay for it if they want it (it's a very good book anyway: "C. J. S. Purdy's Fine Art of Chess Annotation and Other Thoughts Volume 3"):

Purdy - Fuller (1/63)
1. d4 Nf6
2. c4 e6
3. Nf3 b6
4. e3 Bb7
5. Bd3 Ne4
6. 0-0 Be7
7. b3 0-0
8. Bb2 f5
(Purdy mentions here that he should have play Nfd2 on move 7 and if ...f5 then f3)
9. Qe2 d6
10. Rd1 Qe8
11. Nbd2 Nd7
12. Nf1 Ndf6
13. Ne1 Qg6
14. f3 Ng5
15. Ng3
(now for Black's attack)
15. ...h5
16. Qf1 h4
17. Ne2 Nh5
18. Kh1 Qh6
19. h3 Nh7
20. Qg1 g5
21. e4 fxe4
22. Bxe4 Bxe4
23. fxe4 g4
24. Rd3
(here Purdy mentions that a better try would have been Nd3 threatening to challenge the open file)
24. ...Rf7
25. Bc1 Bg5
26. Bxg5 Nxg5
27. Qh2
(time trouble for white)
27. ...Rf1+
28. Qg1 Rxg1+
29. Kxg1 gxh3
30. gxh3 Rf8
31. Ng2 Qf6

So anyway, I had some questions about this game. First of all, do many Queen's Indian games play out similar to this?

Also, as I was playing through the game, I kept looking at more active moves than what Black played (I was playing through