Ilham Aliev (Azerbaijan) and Vitaly Kovalenko + (Russia)
 
Win 6+7

1.Bf4 e5! [1...Kb4 2.b8Q+ Rxb8 3.Bxb8 Kxc4 4.Bf4; 1...d6 2.c5+-] 2.Bxe5 d6 3.Bxd6 [3.c5? dxe5 4.c6 Kb6] 3...Rxd6! 4.b8Q [4.b8R? Rc6] 4...Rd1+ 5.Ka2 [5.Qb1? Rxb1+ 6.Kxb1 Kxa4–+] 5...Rd2+ 6.Kb1! [Try 6.Kxa3? Rd3+ 7.Qb3 Re3! 8.Qxe3 stalemate(8.c5 Rxb3+ 9.Kxb3 stalemate; 8.Kb2 Re2+ 9.Kc1 Re1+ 10.Kd2 Re2+ 11.Kc3 Re3+ 12.Kb2 Re2+ 13.Ka3 Re3 positional draw) ; 6.Ka1 Rd1+ loss of time] 6...Rb2+ [6...a2+ 7.Ka1 Rd1+ 8.Kxa2; 6...Rd1+ 7.Kc2!] 7.Qxb2 axb2 8.c5 [8.Kxb2? Kxa4=] wins.
New version study: Ilham Aliev (Azerbaijan) and Vitaly Kovalenko (Rusia)

2rd Prize, ChessStar 2013 - Section: Win (1q6/6p1/p1k2rP1/2P5/P1P1p1Q1/pN6/8/K7 w - - 0 1).