Highlights from the 2017 Russian Team Championship, Part 3 by IM Bill Paschall
The creative Nepomniachtchi begins with a typical King's Indian Attack, but immediately leaves book with the strange 11.Bg5. Black's play is aggressive and optimistic and as he extends his center, white is coordinating his pieces. Ian actually missed one very interesting combination, but soon embarked on another tactic that created chaos by sacrificing a piece for three pawns. Even with best defense, it would have been difficult, as the coordination of white's forces is very powerful.