The French Winawer can very often lead to an imbalanced strategic battle. More specifically one where white has the two bishops and a compromised queenside structure, the very side of the board black looks to exploit due to the many holes in white’s camp. In this game however, black first offers a pawn or two, but white declines the invitation. Instead, one of the black pieces turns into Pac-man, and white’s dark-squared bishop turns into a beast. This was a 5|0 time control game, where I was playing with the black pieces.
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1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e5 c5 5. a3 Bxc3+ 6. bxc3 Ne7 7. Qg4 Qa5 8. Bd2 Nbc6 9. Ne2 g6 10. h4 h5 11. Qf3 Qa4 12. g4 hxg4 13. Qxg4 Qxc2 14. Ng3 cxd4 15. cxd4 Qb2 16. Rd1 Qxd4 17. Qxd4 Nxd4 18. Bg2 Nec6 19. h5 Bd7 20. Bg5 Nf5 21. Nxf5 gxf5 22. Bf6 Rh7 23. h6 Ne7 24. Bf3 Ng6 25. Ke2 Bc6 26. Rd4 Kd7 27. Ke3 Rg8 28. Bg7 Rgxg7 29. hxg7 Rxg7 30. Be2 Nxe5 31. f4 Ng6 32. Rh6 Ke7 33. Rd1 Kf6 34. Bh5 e5 35. fxe5+ Kxe5 36. Rg1 d4+ 37. Kd2 Be4 38. Bxg6 fxg6 39. Rhxg6 Rc7 40. Rg7 Rc2+ 41. Kd1 Rb2 42. Re7+ Kf6 43. Rd7 Rb1+ 44. Kd2 Rxg1 45. Rxd4 Ke5 46. Rd8 Rg2+ 47. Ke1 Ra2 48. Re8+ Kf4 49. Rh8 Rxa3 50. Rh4+ Ke5 51. Rh8 a5 52. Re8+ Kf4 53. Rh8 a4 54. Rh4+ Ke5 55. Rh8 Ra1+ 56. Kd2 a3 57. Kc3 Rb1 58. Ra8 f4 59. Ra5+ Bd5 60. Rxa3 Rb3+ 61. Rxb3 Bxb3 62. Kxb3 f3 63. Kc3 f2 64. Kd3 f1=Q+ 65. Ke3 Qc4 66. Kf3 Qd3+ 67. Kg4 Qe3 68. Kh4 Qg1 69. Kh5 Kf5 70. Kh6 Qg6
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