It was a second round in Mondays club, my opponent was a 1447 rated young man. I got Black and we played Queen’s Pawn game. Computer agrees with my 13… Nbd7, but criticizes 14… Bxc3 (which I didn’t like myself) suggesting 14… Qb6 and if 15. a3 then 15… Rfe8 16. Bd2 Bxc3  17. Qxc3 Nxe4.

He went for a double rooks exchange, computer prefers 19. Ne5. I was glad to find 22. Nc8, it defended against all threats, also it contained a trap. After b6 his bishop was getting caught. He didn’t see it and played 23. Nd3. After 25. Nf4 I thought about moving the bishop, but then decided to play simple. He resigned right after my move.