Black is Rickety vs. the Richter-Rauzer by FM Dennis Monokroussos
The Classical Sicilian (i.e. an Open Sicilian with 2..d6 and 5...Nc6, or 2...Nc6 and 5...d6) has had its periods of great popularity, but it has come upon hard times in recent decades. It’s certainly playable, but White has more than one way of playing without risk for an edge. This is in distinction from, say, the Najdorf or the Taimanov, where White can play for a draw or a win, but not for a win with a draw in hand. In today's game, we see an example of how Black is struggling. Sevian's 14.Ne4 improved on one of his earlier games, and after this he was playing with house money: Black was suffering in a position where White had attacking chances and a central bind as well, and he quickly succumbed. Classical players, beware.