…doesn’t have much of a forum in a chess game, despite what books on sacs may say otherwise.

Round 3

The pawn sac didn’t lose, but afterwards I didn’t have time and played poor positionally.  Instead of Ne4, should have played d5.  At the end, if I had played Nc5, he had …Bd2 winning the exchange, he had seen.


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  1. Playing with isolated pawn against master is not easy.
    I think your first mistake was to play 19. Nxc4, it lead to losing b2 pawn and a3 pawn became weak. The second was, as you noticed, 28. Ne4 instead of d5.

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