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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Y Korchnoi venció...
Fecha:Domingo, 1 de Diciembre, 2002  11:08:16 (+0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga>

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Sorry por el retraso en el seguimiento (Caída de línea de CanariasTelecom), pero de cualquier forma, de nuevo y una vez más el LOBO “HAMBRIENTO” , D. Viktor Korchnoi, venció en Curacao... 40 años más tarde. ¡¡ Siempre son los mismos !!...


Salvo ahora, que un tal KARJAKIN, la está liando en Benidorm: DE CUALQUIER FORMA, A FALTA DE UNA JORNADA... VOTO POR ANATOLY!!.




Curacao 1962 - 2002 Chess Tournament
40 Years Later, Kortschnoj Triumphs At Last!

After 9 rounds GM Viktor Korchnoi and GM Yona Kosashvili ended up on top with 7/9. Korchnoi had played stronger opponents and accumulated more Bucholtz points and so after 40 years got his revenge.  Kosashvili ended as runner up and GM Bartlomiej Macieja finished 3rd.  Here is Korchnoi's last round win over Finnish FM Riku Molander:  Molander,R (2301) - Kortschnoj,V (2634) [C02] Curacao 1962-2002 Open Willemstad (9), 28.11.2002  Annotations by David Surratt and his friend Fritz.  1.e4 c5 2.c3 e6 3.d4 d5 4.e5 Now we have completed the transposition to an Advance Variation of the French Defense. Viktor must have been very satisfied at this point - his experience with the French gives him a decided edge.  This was born out by a report from Tourney Official Ger Jan Meijer that "Molander played the opening pretty well, but used a lot of his time. He came in time trouble and Korchnoi used that opportunity to launch a deadly attack." 4...Qb6 5.Nf3 Nc6 6.a3 The most popular approach, but not the only one. 6.Bd3 and 6.Be2 each still have their advocates. 6...Nh6 7.b4 cxd4 8.cxd4 Nf5 9.Bb2 Be7 Psakhis contends Black also has a satisfactory game after 9...Bd7 10.Be2 (or 10.g4 Nh6 11.h3 Rc8 12.Nc3 Na5 13.Na4 Qc6 14.Nc5 Nc4 with chances for both sides, Haba-Dizdar, Bundesliga 1991) 10...h5 11.h4 Be7 12.Qd2 Rc8 13.g3 0-0 14.0-0 f6 with equality, Landa-Danielyan, Yurmala 1991. 10.Bd3 a5 11.Qa4 Molander varies from 11.Bxf5 exf5 12.Nc3 Be6 13.b5 a4! with a good game, Sveshnikov-Moskalenko, Norilsk 1987. 11...0-0 12.b5 f6 13.0-0 fxe5 14.dxe5 I am of the opinion that once Black solves the problem of his light-squared bishop, this position is strategically won for him. Of course, there's many a slip 'twixt the cup and the lip! 14...Bd7 15.Nc3 Ncd4 16.Nxd4 16.Qd1 Nxf3+ 17.Qxf3 with equal chances. 16...Nxd4 17.Rad1!? 17.Qd1 Nf5 ( 17...Nxb5 18.Nxb5 Bxb5 19.Qb3 with advantage to White.) 18.Rc1 and White has a small edge. 17...Rf4 18.Kh1 Raf8 Also possible was 18...Ne2 19.Qc2 Nxc3 20.Bxc3 Bxa3 21.g3 ( 21.Bxh7+ Kh8 22.Qd2 Rh4 23.Bd3 with approximately equal chances.) 21...Rf3 22.Bd4 Qd8 23.Bxh7+ Kh8 24.Qe2 and White has the initiative, perhaps, but not much else. 19.Bc1 Better was 19.g3 Rxf2 20.Nxd5 Rxf1+ 21.Bxf1 exd5 22.Bxd4. 19...Ne2! 20.Qc2 An equally unpalatable alternative was 20.Nxd5 exd5 21.Bxf4 Nxf4. 20...Nxc1 21.Bxh7+ Marginally better was 21.Qxc1 Rxf2 22.Rxf2 Qxf2 still leaves Black in the driver's seat. 21...Kh8 22.Rxc1 Rxf2 Also effective was 22...Bxa3 23.Rb1 Bb4 23.Rxf2 Qxf2 24.Qd3 Bg5 A faster execution would have been 24...Bxa3 25.Rb1 Bc5. 25.Rd1 Be8 26.Ne2 The final mistake, but Black was winning in any event. 26...Bh5 0-1


I Benidorm Chess Championship

STANDINGS (after 8 rounds)

1-3   Karjakin, Polgar, Ponomariov    6
Shirov, A    5.5
5.- Karpov, A    5
6.- Psakhis, L    4.5
7.- Kurajica, B    4
8.- San Segundo, P    3.5
9-10  Paunovic, Granero   2.5
11.- Vera, R    1.5
12.- Amura, C    1

ROUND 8 (November 30th)

Granero, A - San Segundo, P    0.5-0.5
Shirov, A - Kurajica, B   1-0
Ponomariov, R - Psakhis, L   1-0
Karjakin, S - Amura, C   1-0
Karpov, A - Vera, R   1-0
Polgar, J - Paunovic, D   1-0

ROUND 7 (November 30th)

Polgar, J - Granero, A   1-0
Paunovic, D - Karpov, A   0-1
Vera, R - Karjakin, S    0-1
Amura, C - Ponomariov, R   0-1
Psakhis, L - Shirov, A   0-1
Kurajica, B - San Segundo, P   0.5-0.5

ROUND 6 (November 30th)

Granero, A - Kurajica, B   0.5-0.5
San Segundo, P - Psakhis, L    0.5-0.5
Shirov, A - Amura, C   1-0
Ponomariov, R - Vera, R   1-0
Karjakin, S - Paunovic, D   1-0
Karpov, A - Polgar, J   0-1

ROUND 5 (November 30th)

Karpov, A - Granero, A    1-0
Polgar, J - Karjakin, S   0.5-0.5
Paunovic, D - Ponomariov, R    0-1
Vera, R - Shirov, A   0-1
Amura, C - San Segundo, P   0.5-0.5
Psakhis, L - Kurajica, B    1-0

ROUND 4 (November 29th)

Granero, A - Psakhis, L    0-1
Kurajica, B - Amura, C   0.5-0.5
San Segundo, P - Vera, R   1-0
Shirov, A - Paunovic, D    0-1
Ponomariov, R - Polgar, J   0-1
Karjakin, S - Karpov, A    0.5-0.5

ROUND 3 (November 29th)

Karjakin, S - Granero, A   0.5-0.5
Karpov, A - Ponomariov, R   0.5-0.5
Polgar, J - Shirov, A   0.5-0.5
Paunovic, D - San Segundo, P   0.5-0.5
Vera, R - Kurajica, B   0-1
Amura, C - Psakhis, L   0-1

ROUND 2 (November 29th)

Granero, A - Amura, C   1-0
Psakhis, L - Vera, R   0.5-0.5
Kurajica, B - Paunovic, D   0.5-0.5
San Segundo, P - Polgar, J   0-1
Shirov, A - Karpov, A   1-0
Ponomariov, R - Karjakin, S   0.5-0.5

ROUND 1 (November 29th)

Ponomariov, R - Granero, A   1-0
Karjakin, S - Shirov, A    1-0
Karpov, A - San Segundo, P   1-0
Polgar, J - Kurajica, B   0-1
Paunovic, D - Psakhis, L   0.5-0.5
Vera, R - Amura, C   1-0

Saludos cordiales,