[FEN ""] 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bc4 Bc5 4. c3 Nf6 5. d4 exd4 6. cxd4 Bb4+ 7. Nc3 Nxe4 8. O-O Bxc3 9. bxc3 d5 10. Ba3 dxc4 11. Re1 Be6 12. Rxe4 Qd5 13. Re3 O-O-O 14. Ne5 Nxe5 15. Rxe5 Qxe5 16. dxe5 Rxd1 17. Rxd1 Bf5
Black's position is better.
a) From move 1 to 12 are Theoretical Variations which I have understood clearly and played in the club level match.
b) I played 13. Re3 with the logic of protecting the f3 Knight by the pin of ...Bg4. Then my Queen can move freely to other squares not fearing the pin. Also it helps in doubling the Rooks or Rook & Queen on e file. When Analyzing the game with the engine Deep Fritz 12 the move 13. Re3 played by me matched with the Engine's move. 13... 0-0-0 played by my opponent is also matched with the Engine's move.
c) I played 14. Ne5 with the idea that if 14...Nxe5, then White will play 15. Rxe5 attacking the Queen. But I did not see the move 15... Qxe5 which gives Black some advantage with exchange of pieces since he is already a Pawn up.
d) Hence the recommended move by Deep Fritz 12 is 14. Qa4 instead of 14. Ne5.
1) Can I agree with the Recommended Line of Deep Fritz 12?
2) Since there are many Engines now like Deep Fritz 12, Fritz 8, Fritz 16, Online Fritz, Chess Master Grand Master Edition etc. and still higher versions coming to market, which engine I can believe? How we can analyze our game using which best engine? The different engines may give different Recommendations of moves. In such cases, how a Club Player who regularly analyses and studies his game after the match can study the variation? He gets CONFUSED. How can he get the best variation out of many variations suggested by different engines? On Which Engine he can have faith? Is there a No. 1 Best Universal Engine (whom we can believe throughout our life irrespective of new higher versions of Engines coming to market) for it's Recommended moves and we can employ these moves in our further games in our tournaments? Requesting experts to please answer me and guide so that I can follow it throughout my life.
3) By the way, what may be the logic behind 14. Qa4?
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