Thursday, 24 January 2019

New Zealand Open Championship Final Report

Brandon Clarke wins the NZ open

equal with Timur Gareyev with 7/9 but with a better tiebreak. I was =3rd with a pack of players a point behind. IM's Anthony Ker and Russell Dive took out the best New Zealand players, also with 6/9.

The end of a tournament can be quite busy as people are leaving, goodbye's are being said and a few drinks and dinners are being arranged. That is why I have only now found the time to finish my report....and laziness.

I changed my ticket back to Australia by a day so I wouldn't have to start with a bye in the first round, plus I had managed to recruit Brandon for the tournament and that would have meant both of us missing the first round. This did mean that we would miss the NZ blitz but sacrifices have to be made.

We still managed to play the Rapid. This was won by Timur Gareyev with 8.5/9
Timur then went one better and won the lightning with 9/9! Full results below.

Round 8

Anthony Ker is a very solid player, who I have played many times over the years and always struggled to beat. I managed to walk into his preparation and got little from the opening. I was very optimistic after 22.d4 but with a few precise moves, he escaped.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.21"]
[Round "8"]
[White "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Black "Ker, Anthony"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[WhiteElo "2332"]
[BlackElo "2313"]
[ECO "A36f"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.c4 c5 2.g3 g6 3.Bg2 Bg7 4.Nc3 Nc6 5.d3 d6 6.Rb1 e5 7.Nf3 Nge7 8.a3
a5 9.O-O O-O 10.Ne1 Be6 11.Nc2 d5 12.cxd5 Nxd5 13.Ne3 Nde7 14.Nc4 Rb8
15.a4 b6 16.f4 Qd7 17.Nxe5 Nxe5 18.fxe5 Bxe5 19.Bf4 Bxf4 20.Rxf4 Nd5
21.Bxd5 Bxd5 22.d4 Bb7 23.d5 Rbd8 24.e4 f5 25.Qb3 fxe4 26.Rxf8+ Rxf8
27.Qxb6 Bxd5 28.Qxc5 Bc6 29.Qc4+ Qf7 30.Qxc6 1/2-1/2

Round 9

So we come to the last round with Brandon in the lead by half a point from Timur and only needing half a point to guarantee first place, at least shared. I needed to win with black, which was always going to be tough. I was quite happy with my opening, thinking I had avoided forced drawing lines and could play a long game. 12...Bd7, planning Bc6 would have been a balanced battle but I got too ambitious too soon and went for the bishop instead with 12...Nf4, a move I had a bad feeling about, and indeed, it hands white a nice position.

On the last move of the game, I played 15...b5 and offered a draw, not really thinking about the position enough, thinking if ab, I could then play 16...Bc4 and transpose, but white need not and can instead play the much stronger 16.Nd6, which would have been unpleasant. Luckily my draw offer was accepted.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.22"]
[Round "9"]
[White "Clarke, Brandon"]
[Black "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[WhiteElo "2400"]
[BlackElo "2332"]
[ECO "C44x"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.Bc4 d6 5.Nxd4 Nf6 6.Nc3 Be7 7.O-O O-O
8.h3 Ne5 9.Be2 c5 10.Nf3 Ng6 11.Nd2 a6 12.a4 Nf4 13.Nc4 Nxe2+ 14.Qxe2
Be6 15.Rd1 b5 1/2-1/2

So my New Zealand adventure is over and apart from two accidents it wasn't too bad. If I can learn to concentrate a bit better, perhaps I can maintain an average coaches level for now.

I feel concentrating on health and mental state is the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to long tournaments. My next tournament starts in a few hours.

I must be a glutton for punishment 😏

Sunday, 20 January 2019

NZ Open Championship 2019 Round 7

Panmure Basin Walk Is Never Boring

At 3.3km the walk around the lake is the perfect distance for a daily constitutional. Many people walk, by themselves or with friends, family or their dogs. Some jog and others use the exercise stations along the way.

The other day we saw this gentleman playing this traditional instrument while his grandchildren played in the sandpit. His play was divine and his smile infectious. We were not the only ones who asked if we could take a photo, and he always graciously acquiesced. 

Photo credit Audrey Chan.

Photo credit Timur Gareyev.
Working out in public is something that takes some getting used to, but I had to give this apparatus a try just to see how it worked. Basically, you are lifting yourself. I also tried some chin-ups and found out that I can do three! Last time I tried it I didn't manage one. I guess being 30kg lighter helps.

One place I cannot recommend is the Buddhist temple next to the hotel. I am actually a fan of the Buddhist philosophy and have visited many temples in Asia. This one offers a free vegetarian meal twice a month and since a few friends were going there, out of curiosity I joined them.

First, we saw people praying prostrate on the floor and chanting. We were immediately preached to and advised that a donation, perhaps $10 would be greatly appreciated. When the ceremony to give thanks to the Gods was mentioned I walked. Buddhist Gods? Give me a break.

Round 7 

My game was anything but smooth. The opening went my way but then I drifted, lost two tempi with the idiotic 18.Qc4 and had to look at an unpleasant position. Then Paul played 27...Nf4, giving his monster knight for my useless bishop and white was happy again. Under time pressure he missed 36.Ne4 and one would think the game should be over.

It wasn't quite as on move 44 I placed my Rook on g8, only just noticing in time that black can just take it! No, I wasn't blindfolded. Braindamage.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.20"]
[Round "7"]
[White "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Black "Garbett, Paul"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "2332"]
[BlackElo "2160"]
[ECO "B30f"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d3 Nc6 4.g3 d5 5.Qe2 Nge7 6.Bg2 dxe4 7.dxe4 Nd4 8.
Nxd4 cxd4 9.O-O Nc6 10.e5 Bd7 11.Nd2 Qc7 12.Nf3 Bc5 13.Qe4 h6 14.Bd2
Rd8 15.Rad1 Ne7 16.Rfe1 Bc6 17.Qd3 a6 18.Qc4 Bd5 19.Qd3 Nc6 20.a3 Rd7
21.h4 O-O 22.Bf4 b5 23.h5 Rfd8 24.Nd2 Bxg2 25.Kxg2 Ne7 26.Ne4 Nd5 27.
Qf3 Nxf4+ 28.gxf4 Be7 29.Re2 Kh8 30.Rd3 f5 31.exf6 gxf6 32.Ng3 Rd6
33.Qe4 Bf8 34.Qg6 Qc6+ 35.Kh2 f5 36.Ne4 Qe8 37.Qxe8 Rxe8 38.Nxd6 Bxd6
39.Rxd4 Bb8 40.a4 Kg7 41.axb5 axb5 42.f3 Kf7 43.Rg2 Re7 44.Rg6 Rc7
45.c3 Ba7 46.Rb4 Be3 47.Rxh6 1-0

I have white against Anthony Ker tomorrow. Always a tough opponent with either colour.
Brandon is leading with Timur in hot pursuit. The last two rounds should be interesting and can be followed live on

Saturday, 19 January 2019

NZ Championship 2019 round 6

Walk past St Patricks

Another day, another 10km walked, two swims and a workout in the gym. My usual walking companions went to a Lunar new year event so I did my evening walk by myself. There is a footbridge over the river which feeds the tidal lagoon next to the Waipuna hotel and conference centre.

One side looks towards the bridge to Pakuranga,

the other direction looks upon Mt Wellington.

Several Times along this route we have walked past St Patrick's church and cemetery. This was the first time I have walked it alone so was able to indulge one of my weirder wants.

I have an interest which some (many?) people consider morbid. Old cemeteries. One can see an aspect of the history of a place. Who lived and died a long time ago, their surnames, heritage, epitaphs and other information in snippets written on the gravestones.

The Spencer family seems to have good genes. Florence Ann nearly made the century and Reginald John made it to 94. There were quite a few people in their late 80's and early 90's. Average life expectancy tells you little because many peoples lives were cut short due to disease. Others lived to a very ripe old age. One wonders how many children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren wander the streets of Auckland still. 

If the souls could see the view I think they would approve.

Round 6

Today's game was the one I was looking forward to since I saw the participants list. After the first round, I was afraid I would not get to play Timur. I enjoyed looking at his games last night. It would seem that he is impossible to prepare for and yet I guessed that he would play the Bf4 line, and that is, in fact, the only thing I prepared for!

I liked my opening and was very optimistic after 16...Qb2. Next move, however, I would have had to play 17...Qc2 to play for an advantage. We both thought it too dangerous for different reasons. Instead, 17...0-0 just leads to a draw after a few more accurate moves by both sides.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.19"]
[Round "6"]
[White "Gareyev, Timur"]
[Black "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[WhiteElo "2565"]
[BlackElo "2332"]
[ECO "A45g"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.d4 Nf6 2.Bf4 c5 3.d5 d6 4.Nc3 a6 5.a4 e5 6.dxe6 Bxe6 7.e4 Nc6 8.Nf3
Qb6 9.Qc1 Nd4 10.Ng5 Be7 11.Bd3 c4 12.Be2 d5 13.e5 Nxe2 14.Nxe2 Ng4
15.Bg3 Bxg5 16.Qxg5 Qxb2 17.O-O O-O 18.Qd2 Qb6 19.Rab1 Qc5 20.Rxb7
Nh6 21.Nd4 Nf5 22.Nxf5 Bxf5 23.e6 d4 24.Rc7 Qd5 25.Rd7 Qxe6 26.Rxd4
Rfe8 27.Qc3 Rac8 28.h3 Qf6 29.Rfd1 Re4 30.Qxc4 Rxd4 31.Qxd4 Qxd4 32.
Rxd4 Bxc2 33.a5 Bb3 34.Bc7 h6 35.Rd8+ 1/2-1/2

Tomorrow I play Paul Garbett again, who easily drew with GM Vasily Papin today.

Friday, 18 January 2019

NZ Open Championship 2019 Rounds 4 & 5

Brandon Leads

With the tournament having passed the half-way mark, IM elect Brandon Clarke is continuing his great form from the George Trundle Masters and is leading with 4.5/5. Today he drew quite effortlessly with the top seed, GM Timur Gareyev, after pushing gently for most of the game.

I have kept on my exercise regime, walking about 13km a day on average with several swims and a few gym workouts thrown in.  There are many nice places to walk in the area. The Cormorant reserve is one of them. I have been lucky to be able to have company on most of them.  

Round 4
Not my best day but a lucky one. I was playing a veteran from Belgium who has been in New Zealand for a while. I have not won a game with black for a while and felt that I had good chances for a while, especially given a huge time advantage. Visually black looks to be on top, to me anyway, given the light square weaknesses around the King, and control of the a file. Stockfish is not impressed.

Everything is more or less equal until I played the idiotic 22...Qh6, wanting to complicate. I had to spend the next few hours defending a lost position.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.17"]
[Round "4"]
[White "Goormachtigh, J"]
[Black "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[WhiteElo "2148"]
[BlackElo "2332"]
[ECO "A40e"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.d4 e6 2.c4 b6 3.Nf3 Bb7 4.Nc3 f5 5.g3 Nf6 6.Bg2 Bb4 7.Bd2 O-O 8.O-O
a5 9.a3 Bxc3 10.Bxc3 Qe8 11.Rc1 Qh5 12.d5 Na6 13.e3 Nc5 14.Nd4 Qh6
15.dxe6 Bxg2 16.Kxg2 dxe6 17.Nc6 Nce4 18.Bxf6 Qxf6 19.b4 axb4 20.axb4
Ra2 21.Rc2 Ra3 22.Qd4 Qh6 23.h4 Raa8 24.Qe5 Nd6 25.c5 bxc5 26.bxc5
Nf7 27.Qxc7 g5 28.hxg5 Qxg5 29.Qe7 Qxe7 30.Nxe7+ Kg7 31.Nc6 Kf6 32.
Rb1 Rfc8 33.Rb6 Rc7 34.Nb4 Ke7 35.Na6 Rca7 36.Nb4 Rc7 37.Na6 Rca7 38.
Nb4 Rc7 39.Ra6 Rac8 40.Ra5 Ne5 41.f4 Nd7 42.Nd3 Nf6 43.Rca2 Ne4 44.
Ra7 Kf6 45.Kf3 Nxc5 46.Nxc5 Rxa7 47.Rxa7 Rxc5 48.Rxh7 Rc3 49.Rd7 Ra3
50.Ke2 Rb3 51.Rd3 Rb2+ 52.Kf3 Rb4 53.Rc3 Ra4 54.Rc5 Ra3 55.Re5 Rb3
56.g4 fxg4+ 57.Kxg4 Rb1 58.Ra5 Rg1+ 59.Kf3 Rb1 60.e4 Rf1+ 61.Kg3 Re1
62.Ra4 Rb1 63.Ra3 Re1 64.Kf3 Rf1+ 65.Kg4 Rg1+ 66.Rg3 Rf1 67.Rh3 e5

Round 5

My Kingdom for a tournament without an incident involving yours truly. Soon after the round started the door made loud rhythmic banging noises every time someone walked through it, which was very frequently. Quite a few players noticed and closed it very carefully, most didn't.

I resisted saying anything not wanting to be the grumpy complaining old man again. After about an hour or more I was not able to stand it anymore and went over to the arbiters desk to politely point it out to the chief arbiter. There were three other assistants sitting at the desk. I thought they might eventually do something but no, they all just sat there.

Finally, about move 30 my position got quite complicated and I had to calculate some quite complex variations. Clack clack clack....clack clack clack... clack clack clack... and still, all four just sat there doing sweet FA!

This time I was not so polite and objected in a manner which surely disturbed many players and I should have used language more appropriate for an event where juniors were playing. Anyway, the noise stopped as someone had the sense to apply a small piece of electrical tape.

The game itself was quite messy with many improvements for both sides. Only 38...Ke8 was fatal. Instead, 38... Ke6 seems to hold.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.18"]
[Round "5"]
[White "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Black "Soo-Burrows, Eliot"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "2332"]
[BlackElo "2154"]
[ECO "A03"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.g3 Nf6 2.Bg2 d5 3.f4 g6 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.O-O O-O 6.d3 c6 7.c3 Qb6+ 8.Kh1
Ng4 9.d4 Bf5 10.h3 Nf6 11.Nbd2 Ne4 12.Qe1 Nd6 13.g4 Be4 14.Qh4 e6 15.
b3 Qd8 16.Ba3 Qxh4 17.Nxh4 Bxg2+ 18.Kxg2 Rd8 19.Bxd6 Rxd6 20.e4 dxe4
21.Nxe4 Rd8 22.f5 exf5 23.gxf5 Nd7 24.fxg6 fxg6 25.Rae1 c5 26.dxc5
Rdc8 27.b4 b6 28.Nd6 Rc6 29.Re7 Nf6 30.Rd1 bxc5 31.b5 Rb6 32.a4 Bf8
33.Re6 Nh5 34.Re8 Rxd6 35.Rxf8+ Rxf8 36.Rxd6 Rf4 37.Rd8+ Kf7 38.Rd7+
Ke8 39.Rxa7 Rxh4 40.b6 Nf6 41.Ra8+ Ke7 42.b7 Nd7 43.a5 Ra4 44.a6 Ra2+
45.Kg3 Rb2 46.Rh8 1-0

Tomorrow I get to play the Blindfold King for the second time, this time with black. A challenge is always good, and this is surely a challenge 😉

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

New Zealand Open Championship 2019 round 3

Focus on fitness

Since I failed my medical exam for a passenger driving licence three years ago I have been slowly and circuitously working on my health. Being told I was morbidly obese, pre-diabetic and had metobolic syndrome, was unpleasant. I started with a 21day  herbal tea and water fast. That solved the immediate problem. I managed to get my license and avoided the need for medication but it was not a permanent solution.

I will go into more detail on another occasion. Only in the last few months have I made rapid progress. Nutrition is half the solution, exercise is the other half. This has seriously accelerated since this tournament started.

I am sharing a room with a fit young man, newly minted IM Brandon Clarke. On the first day he showed me what to do in a Gym. I now know what reps are, how to use the strange machines and what to do with weights. I never knew it could actually feel good to work out!

Timur Gareyev has been my other motivator, joining me on long brisk walks. We did 8km this morning, including a hike up a mountain.

Todays powerwalk

6am I got a ping from my walking buddy Timur. Otherwise, I may have stayed in bed a little longer.
Its always easier doing these things with someone else. A bit later we were on our way.

Sunrise is the best time to head out for a walk. One is encouraged to walk briskly to make up for the chilly temperature.

It took us about 20 minutes to reach the base of Maungarei, aka Mt Welllington

From the peak one gets great 360 degree views of south Auckland.

On the way back we stumbled upon Van Damm park. A lovely little forest oasis next to the rail line. We were not paying enough attention and got a bit lost, so saw some parts a few times 😂

Round 3

Finally a slightly easier game, mainly because I took John seriously, having seen some of his good games. I saw in my pre-game preparation that he might not be familiar with Sicilians so aimed to play it with white. My plan came good when he allowed me to remove his most important piece, the white squared bishop. After that, white's game was easy.

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.16"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Black "Duneas, John"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "2332"]
[BlackElo "2044"]
[ECO "A01"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.c4 d5 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.a3 Bd6 7.d3 O-O 8.
Nf3 Bg4 9.Nbd2 Re8 10.Be2 Nf6 11.b4 a6 12.h3 Bh5 13.g4 Bg6 14.Nh4 e4
15.d4 Nd5 16.Nxg6 hxg6 17.Qb3 Nb6 18.h4 Qe7 19.h5 g5 20.h6 g6 21.h7+
Kg7 22.d5+ Ne5 23.Nxe4 f6 24.Rc1 Rh8 25.f4 gxf4 26.exf4 Nxg4 27.Qf3
Nxd5 28.Nxd6 Qxd6 29.Qxg4 Rxh7 30.Rxh7+ Kxh7 31.f5 gxf5 32.Qxf5+ Kg7
33.Qg5+ Kf8 34.Qh6+ Ke7 35.Qg7+ Kd8 36.Rd1 c6 37.Bxf6+ Ke8 38.Bh5#

Early evening Brandon and I hit the Gym and I did a few laps in the pool. Later on I took another 4km walk. No half measures 😊

Tuesday, 15 January 2019

New Zealand Championship 2019 Round 2

The usual routine in chess tournaments used to be, sleep until noon, have some lunch, play the game sometime in the afternoon, and prepare and/or watch tv until the wee hours. As part of my new strategy, I've been getting up early, getting some exercise before breakfast, more after breakfast, skipping lunch and going to bed a bit earlier.

So far the new approach has not really paid dividends. Today was more luck than skill. My opponent, a former Queenslander and old friend, Damian Norris defended a tough position for a long time and nearly inflicted a second loss on me.

I had company for my morning power-walk today, the Blindfold King, world record holder in simultaneous blindfold games, Timur Gareyev. Timur drew, so he isn't reaping benefits yet either.

A bit more patience perhaps.

Round 2

I have analysed both games with Stockfish and have to come to the uneasy conclusion that I did not play much weaker than usual. My opponents just played quite well. Oh well....

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.15"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Norris, Damian"]
[Black "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "1878"]
[BlackElo "2332"]
[ECO "C58d"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Ng5 d5 5.exd5 Na5 6.Bb5+ Bd7 7.Qe2 Be7
8.Nc3 O-O 9.O-O Bg4 10.f3 Bf5 11.Qxe5 Bxc2 12.d3 a6 13.Bc4 Nxc4 14.
dxc4 Bd3 15.Rd1 Bc5+ 16.Kh1 Bxc4 17.Nge4 Nxe4 18.Nxe4 Be7 19.Bf4 Rc8
20.b3 Be2 21.Rdc1 Ba3 22.Rc2 Bb5 23.Rd1 Re8 24.Qc3 f5 25.Ng5 h6 26.
Nh3 Qe7 27.Qd4 g5 28.Bc1 Bd6 29.Bb2 Kh7 30.Bc3 Qf7 31.a4 Bd7 32.Nf2
Re7 33.Re1 Rce8 34.Rxe7 Qxe7 35.Nd3 Qf7 36.Rc1 b5 37.a5 Bc8 38.Rd1
Kg6 39.Nc5 Qe7 40.b4 Qf7 41.Kg1 Rd8 42.g4 c6 43.Kg2 ( 43.Ne6 Bxe6 44.
dxe6 Bc5 45.exf7 Rxd4 ) 43...Bf4 44.Nd3 Rxd5 45.Nxf4+ gxf4 46.gxf5+
Bxf5 47.Qg1 Bd3 48.Kf2+ Rg5 49.Qe1 Qa7+ 0-1

Adios amigoes 

Sunday, 13 January 2019

New Zealand Open 2019 Round 1

New  Zealand Open Championship 2019

Well, the tournament is underway. Timur Gareyev made it this time, National Party politician made a laboured chess analogy and the rules of play got read out to us. 

Mobiles allowed

It seemed no lessons were learned from the last tournament about mobile phones. They are allowed in the playing hall as long as they are turned off and in your bag under the table or in your jacket. A disaster waiting to happen.

The Venue

On the bright side, the venue is excellent. Roomy, great view lavatories close by and a nice restaurant and bar just a few steps from the playing hall. Chess players get 25% off as well.

Queensland Junior chess is well represented.

Round 1

I must be the Robin Hood of chess, in that I take from the rich and give to the poor. In the George I took all my rating points from the players rated above me and gave to those below me. My overall profit of 6 point was a heavy burden to carry and I needed to get rid of them immediately so donated them to Alana. She initially seemed reluctant by spending the first hour mainly concentrating on the live boards and getting a bad position but since I insisted...

The game started turning around move 24...Bc5 which I had not considered but only another error 26.g4 made white's life difficult. 26...Rd8 was an unpleasant surprise. She played well from that point, and I just collapsed and resigned. Just deserts for not taking the opponent seriously. 

Oh well. I'll just have to rob the rich later on. 

[Event "NZ Ch 2019"]
[Site "Auckland"]
[Date "2019.01.14"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Wohl, Aleksandar"]
[Black "Chibnall, Alana"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "2332"]
[BlackElo "1944"]
[ECO "C44n"]
[EventDate "2019.01.14"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.c3 Nf6 4.d3 Be7 5.b4 a6 6.Nbd2 O-O 7.Be2 d5 8.O-O
Bg4 9.Qc2 h6 10.Re1 Re8 11.Bb2 d4 12.cxd4 Nxb4 13.Qb3 exd4 14.Nxd4
Bxe2 15.Rxe2 a5 16.N2f3 Nh5 17.Ne5 Rf8 18.Ne6 fxe6 19.Qxe6+ Kh7 20.
Qg6+ Kg8 21.Qxh5 Nxd3 22.Rd2 Nf4 23.Rxd8 Nxh5 24.Rd7 Bc5 25.Nd3 Bb6
26.g4 Rad8 27.Rxd8 Rxd8 28.Ne5 Nf4 29.Nc4 Bd4 30.Bxd4 Rxd4 31.Nxa5 b6
32.Nb3 Rxe4 33.Rd1 c5 34.f3 Re2 35.Rd8+ Kf7 36.Rd6 c4 0-1

Cheers Amigoes 😉