The Rise of the Italian Game, Part 2 by IM Bill Paschall
Radjabov faces the Two Knights setup with 4...h6, a variation where Black will set up in King's Indian style. In this game, we follow a typical move order until the interesting sequence of 10. Kh8 and 11.a4. Black prepares a kingside attack and white takes space on the queenside. White uses the exchange 15.dxe5 to simplify the game and Black fails to trade knights, which would ease his cramp. In the resulting position, white induces the weakening c5, takes control of the d5 square and later exploits Black's pawn weaknesses. Black's counterattack is too little and too late.