[Event "Brunswick Consultancy"] [Site "Brunswick"] [Date "2018.06.22"] [Round "?"] [White "Pähtz, Elisabeth"] [Black "CH&LS-Team"] [Result "0-1"] [Annotator "Michael Negele"] [ECO "E12"] [PlyCount "112"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 e6 3. Bf4 b6 4. e3 Bb7 5. c4 Be7 ( 5... Bb4+) 6. Nc3 Ne4 $5 ( 6... Nh5 7. Bd3 d6 8. Qe2 Nd7 9. O-O-O c5 10. d5 ) 7. Qc2 $5 { Too sophisticated, White would do much better after taking on e4.} ( 7. Nxe4 Bxe4 8. Nd2 { with initiative for White.} ) 7... f5 8. Bd3 Nxc3 9. bxc3 $2 { An ill-fated idea, as the resulting pawn structure is favorable for Black.} ( 9. Qxc3 $10) 9... O-O 10. h3 d6 11. Bh2 Nd7 12. d5 $2 { Unrating the problem in the center, may this advance is already the decisive positional mistake. Black has a significant advantage after his next two quite sensitive moves.} ( 12. e4 { and the position seems to be roughly equal.} ) 12... Nc5 $1 13. Nd4 g6 $1 14. e4 e5 15. Nb3 Nxd3+ 16. Qxd3 Bc8 17. f3 Bh4+ 18. Kd1 fxe4 19. fxe4 Ba6 ( 19... Rf2 $1 { (Recommended by IM Bernd Schneider) was even stronger.} ) 20. g3 Bg5 21. Qe2 Qf6 ( 21... Qd7 22. h4 Bh6 23. a4 Qh3 24. Nd2 Bxd2 25. Kxd2 Bxc4 { could have been an alternative.} ) 22. Nd2 Bxd2 23. Kxd2 Qf2 24. Bg1 Qxe2+ 25. Kxe2 Bxc4+ { Black has won a pawn, however there may have been some hope to draw the ending for Elisabeth.} 26. Ke3 Rf7 27. Rh2 Raf8 28. Rf2 Kg7 29. Rxf7+ Rxf7 30. a3 Bf1 { But the bishops of opposite colours are most different - Black is winning.} 31. h4 Bg2 32. Bh2 Rf3+ 33. Kd2 Rf2+ 34. Ke3 Rc2 35. Kd3 Bxe4+ { Pawn No. 2 has gone. White could have resigned here or at any time laterly.} 36. Kxe4 Rxh2 37. a4 a5 38. Ra3 Rc2 { Rook endings are always drawn, but ther are some exceptions.} 39. Kd3 Rg2 40. Kc4 Rxg3 41. Kb5 Rf3 42. Kc6 Rf7 43. c4 e4 44. Re3 Re7 45. c5 bxc5 46. Kb5 Kf6 47. Kxa5 Ke5 48. Ka6 Kxd5 49. Kb7 c6+ 50. Kb6 Kd4 51. Re1 e3 52. Kxc6 Kd3 53. Kxd6 Ra7 54. Ra1 c4 55. a5 e2 56. Kc5 Rxa5+ 0-1