1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 Bg4 6.Be2 O-O King´s Indian (E92), Classical variation
Black relies on piece activity and early attack on d4 to facilitate counterplay. GM Andrew Martin prefers white (i.e me) in this line.
7.Be3 Nfd7 8.h4 e5 9.d5 f5
In this place, our game differs from game Mikhailevsky-Vitebsky, Israel Open 2003.
10.Ng5 B:e2 11.N:e2 f4
What happened? Knight maneuvre 10.Ng5 was too risky because of paucity of powers on the white´s king flank. I afraid this during game, but however, despite of these doubts there was still a happy end!
12. Bd2 Nc5 13.b4 Nd3+ 14.Kf1 b6
15.Ne6 Qe7 16.N:f8 f3 17.g:f3 Q:f8 and black´s resistance becomes useless and unrealistic. It is the end, my only friend. And I must be satisfied with it.