1 e4 c5 2 Nf3 c6 3 d4 cd4 4 Nd4 Nc6 5 Nb5 d6 6 c4 Nf6 7 N1c3 a6 8 Na3 d5!?
a shocking gambit prepared by kasparov for this match.
9 cd5 ed5 10 ed5 Nb4 11 Be2 Bc5 !? 12 0-0? 0-0 13 Bf3 Bf5
what does black has for his pawn?? greater activity, to be sure and white's a3-knight is a very poor piece, but most of all white has serious internal weakness in his own camp. d4 and d3 they are on the closed d-file yet still on major importance.
14 Bg5 Re8 15 Qd2 b5 16 Rad1 Nd3
there it is. the d3 square has no protection and the knight will radiate influence from its position almost until the end of game. 17 nb1 h6 18 Bh4 b4 19 Na4 Bd6 20Bg3 Rc8, 21 b3 g5!
22 Bd6 Qd6 23 d3 Nd7
black is even ready to reinforce d3, which hardly needs it. in nearly every critical variation analysed later it proved to be the difference. the d4 square which is also weak, isn't occupied by a piece until much later, but white loss of control over it allowed black to proceed without impediment.
24 Bg2 Qf6 25 a3 a5 26 ab4 ab4 27 Qa2 Bg6 28 d6
the forward guard to be sacrificed. white is hopelessly tied up, the more to after black's next move.
28.....g4 29 Qd2 Kg7 30 f3 Qd6 31 fd4 Qg4+ 32 Kh1 Nf6 33 Rf4 Ne4 34 Qd3
34..... Nf2+ 35 Rf2 Bd3 36 Rfd2 Qe3 37 Rd3 Rc1 38 Nb2 Qf2 39 Nd2 Rd1+ 40 Nd1 Re1+
the chess game is very interesting chess game...... please this chess game try to analysis yourself