[Event "Naperville Diesen Memorial"] [Site "Naperville"] [Date "2022.09.24"] [Round "5"] [White "Kogen, Jonathan S"] [Black "Oberoi, Shelev"] [Result "0-1"] [WhiteElo "2209"] [BlackElo "2291"] [Annotator "jjlang"] [Variant "Standard"] [ECO "A43"] [Opening "Benoni Defense: Benoni-Indian Defense, Kingside Move Order"] [Source "https://lichess.org/study/yijTM8Ux/RXdvf7ag"] [Orientation "white"] { [%evp 0,69,29,29,28,28,59,43,65,49,56,52,107,75,92,43,103,45,47,11,19,11,16, 21,8,16,6,7,11,11,0,-30,-10,-30,-61,-101,-109,-69,-26,-69,-122,-166,-223,-227, -248,-248,-258,-258,-278,-270,-278,-276,-276,-359,-214,-252,-252,-252,-236, -237,-186,-247,-243,-359,-1478,-1510,-1620,-1665,-1665,-29987,-29988,-29999] } 1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 c5 3. d5 d6 4. Nc3 Bf5 5. Nd2 g5 { Why not? This ambitious move has only been played once before. } 6. e4 Bg6 7. Bb5+ (7. Bd3 Nbd7 8. Nc4 h6 9. h4 g4 10. Bf4 { White could have instead easily controlled the e5-square without exposing his bishop like in the game. }) 7... Nfd7 8. Nc4? { A general rule in Benoni structures is that Black should have no problem finding squares for their pieces...once at least one set of minor pieces is traded. Blocking the c4-square only helps Black untangle. } 8... h6 9. e5 a6 10. Bxd7+ Nxd7 11. exd6 b5 12. dxe7 Qxe7+ 13. Ne3 Bg7 14. O-O O-O 15. Re1 Rae8 16. a4 b4 17. Ne2 f5! { Black is rolling, and executes the subsequent attack without flinching. } 18. Nc4 Bh5 19. f3 g4 20. Bf4 gxf3 21. Ng3 f2+ 22. Kxf2 Qh4 23. Qxh5 Qxf4+ 24. Kg1 Rxe1+ 25. Rxe1 Qxc4 26. Nxf5 Qf4 27. Ne7+ Kh7 28. Qe2 Bd4+ 29. Kh1 Ne5 30. h3 Qg3 31. Rd1 Nf3 32. Qe4+ Kh8 33. Ng6+ Kg7 34. Qe7+ Rf7 35. Qe8 { 0-1 Black wins. } 0-1