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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Kasparov-Anand(7) 1/3
Fecha:Domingo, 2 de Marzo, 2003  08:51:12 (+0000)
Autor:Angel Jim幯ez <aarteaga @...............com>

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Estimados listeros:
 
Kaspárov enseña a todos en esta partida como se le debe ganar a un "patzer". Me explico Y LO DIGO SERIAMENTE:
 
Como Fischer hizo en su día, Gazza tiene la modélica costumbre de imponer su ley en cualquier tipo de posición. Por lo tanto, imploro desde aquí a todos los ajedrecistas que cuando os enfrentéis a un rival de categoría inferior, sudéis la camiseta hasta el final: ¿TABLAS?... ¡SOLO CUANDO LOS DOS REYES ESTÉN DESNUDOS EN EL TABLERO!. Mientras haya un solo peón: ¡¡¡luchad!!!.
 
VIVA EL AJEDREZ BIEN ENTENDIDO!!!!!.
 
A Svidler (varias veces campeón de Rusia) lo ridiculizó ayer Kaspárov. Veía tablas por todos lados, pero había momentos en que dudaba. Al final se tuvo que quitar el sombrero ante la fina técnica de Gazza. Es más, cuando todos decían porque piensa Kaspárov tanto en un final tan igualado y aburrido?!... éste sabía muy bien el por qué. Levantó un precioso final, que SOBRE EL TABLERO, no era tan fácil de hacer tablas como decían muchos bocazas GM's ayer en el ICC.
 
¡Qué día tan bonito el vivido!...
 
Y HOY... A POR VLADIMIRO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.  
 

1 Defensa Caro-Kann.

Kasparov-Anand, Linares (7) 2003

1/ 3/2003.

1. e4 0 0 0 1... c6 4 4

2. d4 7 7 2... d5 7 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: depends on how much you wish to show of course - these two are to play a match later this year... 7 3. 千2 8 8 3... dxe4 18 18 4. 巳e4 6 6 4... 卯5 10 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is the critical CK line at the moment - this and 3.e5 Bf5 4.Nc3 10 5. 土3 13 13 5... 卮6 6 6 6. h4 19 19 6... h6 6 6 7. 口3 8 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I play anything these days :) 8 7... 千7 11 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: people developed this weird habit of playing the Caro against me for the first time in their lives - so I try to surprise them before they will surprise me 11 8. h5 11 11 8... 去7 13 13 9. 卡3 18 18 9... 台d3 14 14 10. ㄉd3 23 23 10... 土f6 9 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: lately all kinds of early e6 and Bb4+ or Qa5+ very trendy - but Vishy is going for the old-fashoind mainline 9 11. 卯4 9 9 11... e6 9 9 12. O-O-O 8 8 12... 占7 8 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: well - not exactly, sorry p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is another modern-day tabia 8 13. ▁1 9 9 13... O-O 9 9 14. 叉4 9 9 14... 巳e4 7 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Ne4 more or less forces an endgame with slighly better chances for White - if he wants to 7 15. ㄉe4 8 8 15... 口6 14 14 16. κ2 10 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Qd5-e4 now p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Shirov has beaten Kramnik in this line in RUS vs RoW 10 16... ι5 36 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Black has to go for it - or White can play Ne5 and attack p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: g4-g5 and so on 36 17. 叉5 13 13 17... κ4 8 8 18. ㄉe4 7 7 18... 巳e4 3 3 19. 多e1 8 8 19... 口6 8 8 20. g4 9 Margency (FM) kibitzes: Nd6 kramnik bareev p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: white does not really have a weak pawn structure here 9 20... 圩d8 33 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: just a sec folks p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: no daisuke p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: white has a nice little edge here - the plan is c3, B to c1 for instance and f4-g5 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: c5 dxc5 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: if you trade everything along the d file Black is in trouble p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: has to be prepared obviously Matu :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: because his pawn majority on the K-side is frozen by the h5 pawn p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is still Lutz-Khenkin BL 2002 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I'll show you - I think Khenkin's play was interesting p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: not really p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: not recently anyway p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: f3 looks tidier eberly :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: not really rogu p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Paco is showing for the 2nd year running that his is capable of doing fine in this event p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: very hard to beat, Paco is p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: black normally plays c5 sooner or later p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: as for Nd7 - I think White should avoid this trade and play Nd3 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: white needs pieces on until c5 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: to create something on the K-side p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: after c5 dxc5 he can start thinking about trading p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: interesting to see Gazza thinking here - this is still mainstream theory p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I have no idea at all zenit :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: they both went for this position - so they both think it is good for them p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: one of them will be proven wrong soon :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Gazza=Gascoigne ;) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: almost complete Limerick p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: the famous game 10 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: not with all the czechs in the team zenit :( p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I don't think it is entirely harmless p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I have to say I'm slighly surprised at Garry's choice p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I've had to look at this Caro quite extensively at some point - and there are a lot of possibilities for sharp concrete play p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: which have not been shown yet p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: no - even leaving 3.e5 aside - after Kb1 0-0 Ne5 the position is very interesting p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: yes zenit - but this is not very much like him p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: as I said - I can play more or less anything against the Car p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Crao p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Caro :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: he always does is a bit of an exaggeration p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Tendy was out for 98 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: but ok - people are complaining already - so we keep a lid on it ;) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is really becoming highly strange p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: either the site is down or I don't know what :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: there is not earthly reason for Garry to think here p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: f3 has to be played I think - White will have to do it, so better sooner than later p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: that was in pre-war times kereru :) Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Wish my "decline" could include winning something like 10 super tournaments in a row ... coward (IM) kibitzes: is it possible to give Anand an unpleasant massage from this position? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: now? abroz (IM) kibitzes: yep p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: kereru is right - to be this good you have to be an all-rounder p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: like Freddie Flintoff :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: sorry - couldn't help myself p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I would like to see a move, actually - this is freaking me out :) abroz (IM) kibitzes: with black I would consider c3 Pd5 Bc1 Bg5 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Venshy - I was under the impression I am commenting on the game p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: it's just that it is hard to say new things constanty for half an hour about a theoretical pos in which the World No 1 suddenly goes to sleep p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: switching to Leko now ;) 33

21. 占3 1195

[21. 卉1 0 21... c5 1 22. dxc5 1 22... 台c5 1 23. f4 5 23... 卡4 1 abroz (IM) kibitzes: aha p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: too early p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: White needs to get coordinated first abroz (IM) kibitzes: :-) ;

21. f3 0 0 21... c5 1 Rabin (IM) kibitzes: what is the evaluation of this positio? (21... 地c8 2 22. c3 1 22... ▅8 1 23. ▂2 2 23... 千5 1 24. 卉1 1 24... c5 1 25. dxc5 1 25... 寺c5 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is Shirov-Kramnik p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: but Vlad has been unhappy about his play after the game 26. f4 31 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: white is still somewhat better here p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: g5-g6 coming abroz (IM) kibitzes: why not play Lc1 and f4 at once ? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I don't know MT rservat (IM) kibitzes: i was thinking of Bc1 and g5 ) 22. dxc5 1 22... 台c5 1 23. c4 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I have to say that c4 is ot forced 23... 卯2 9 24. 圩1 1 24... 卡4 1 25. 圬3 5 25... 台e5 1 26. 寺d8 1 26... 寺d8 1 27. 台e5 1 27... 士7 1 Rabin (IM) kibitzes: white is better!? Rabin (IM) kibitzes: Kc2?! p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: and then he immediately went f6 and f5 and attacked the pawns p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: and had no problems whatsoever p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: made a draw ]

21... 卡6 796 22. f3 16 22... 地c8 332 23. c4 104 23... a5 1040 24. a4 1016 24... 千7 591 25. 卡2 387 25... 卉7 232 26. 卉3 88 26... 巳e5 517 27. dxe5 20 27... c5 95 28. ▂2 114 28... 寺d1 14 29. │d1 6 29... 圬8 84 30. ▄2 34 30... 圬7 15 31. f4 235 31... 卡8 15 32. f5 1032 32... 卮5 210 33. f6 12 33... b6 32 34. 地1 10 34... 圬8 795 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: alright then p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Black stays on d until Ra3 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: then he goes Rc8 Rb3 Rc5 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: then he goes Rc8 Rb3 Rc6 35. 地3 117 35... gxf6 10 36. 在3 7 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: looks like Vishy disagreed with me :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: at least we get something to nibble on

36... 卯4 79 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: looks like Vihsy is not surprised by Rb3 79

[36... fxe5 0 37. 寺b6 1 37... e4 1 38. 台a5 2 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: was worse I guess ]

37. 寺b6 0 37... 台e5 3 38. 台e5 14 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is another option 14

[38. 在5 0 Killabeezonatak (FM) kibitzes: What is your evaluation Peter? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is interesting i must admit p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: the rook is kept completely passive p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Gazza played 41.b3 instantly 38... 台c3 132 39. bxc3 1 39... 圭8 2 40. 寺a5 1 40... ▆7 1 41. 在5 1 41... f5 1 42. gxf5 1 42... exf5 1 (42... ▅6 27 43. fxe6 2 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this could have been better than Bxe5 ) 43. ▅3 3 43... ▅6 2 44. ▅4 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: bad for Black by the look of it slint (IM) kibitzes: +- ;

38. 台a5 1 38... 地8 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: now Black has additional resources 39. 在5 15 39... 台b2 1 40. 寺c5 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: still - White seems better p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: ef Bc7 and e5 I suppose ]

38... fxe5 0 14 39. 在5 1 6 39... 圬4 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: The big Q is - why did Vishy decided to play gxf6 when Rc8 seemed perfectly safe to me p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: why did he decide even Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I thought rg4/f5/e4 was interesting are the center pawns fast enough or does white queen first? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: no merr - I am NOT giving any assessments here p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: far be it from me to pretend I can tell what's going on here after 2 minutes 29 40. 寺c5 4 0 0 512

[40. b3 7 0 0 40... 寺g4 1 1 1 41. 寺a5 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: probably better this way p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: and run rabbit run p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Rg3 Rb5 1 (41. 寺c5 1 41... e4 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is what we tried Venshy Kingway (IM) kibitzes: It might take several hours, sometimes even days, to figure this position out in detail. We are just skimming the surface... p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: no sorry - I took on a5 first p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I don't think so anakyn - why allow doubled when you need as many passers there as possible? ) 41... f5 1 42. 寺c5 1 42... e4 1 43. a5 1 43... f4 2 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: if Be1 then gxf6 Berowne Kingway (IM) kibitzes: race variations are always fun... p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: who? :) (43... 夙2 12 44. ▄3 3 44... 夙3 1 45. ▃4 2 45... 圭3 2 (45... 寺b3 3 46. 在5 15 46... 圬3 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: this is a mess p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Black should be fine - he has more of them, and not further from promotion Kingway (IM) kibitzes: these are always a bloody pain to figure out ... 47. ▄5 59 47... e3 1 48. │e6 2 48... f4 1 49. 在8 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: = p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: as an example )) 44. 圯5 78]

40... 寺g4 1 1 1 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: and here? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Kf3 Rd4 looks a bit pointless Ng5 (IM) kibitzes: black is OK ? p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: 40 moves made - so he will think for a bit here 13 41. b3 207 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: back to reality tho p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: I like e4 p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: but both Rg2 and Rg3 have their points as well p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: your comp is not that fast pramode :) p-svidler (GM) kibitzes: Black certainly has no need for the h5 pawn

[41. 寺a5 63 41... 寺c4 1 42. b3 2 42... 圯4 6 43. ▅3 3 Killabeezonatak (FM) kibitzes: Rb4 ? 43... f5 11 44. 在5 1 44... ▅7 4 45. a5 18 45... 圯1 1 46. a6 8 (46. ▅2 24 46... 地1 1 47. 寺e5 1 47... ▅6 1 48. 在5 1 48... e5 1 p-