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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Kramnik-Leko, Linares (4) 2004 - Comentarios de la apertura .-
Fecha:Domingo, 22 de Febrero, 2004  18:58:13 (+0000)
Autor:Angel Jimnez <aarteaga>


Kramnik – Leko, Linares (4) – COMENTARIOS DE LA APERTURA .

22/ 2/2004.

1. e4 c5 2. f3 c6 3. c3 e5 4. c4 e7 5. d3 d6 6. d2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Ok,Kram is yet again ready for 1.e4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Leko ''threatened'' to play Sveshnikov:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but 3.Nc3 followed and we got the same line which saw GK-Radjabov 2 days ago GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Nd2 is an old move GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: became popular after the game Kosten-Kharlov GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,Sveshnikov is extremely fashionable, and 3.Nc3 is the most fashionable way to avoid it nowadays 6... g5 105 7. f1 6 7... xc1 4 8. xc1 4 8... ge7 30 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Ok,this time,black goes to the main line,trading the bishops GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: many games were played here,I also had a couple of opening disputes here GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Morra-gambit is not very sound,except,black can play 3...Nf6,transposing to 2.c3 system GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I cant be sure about Linares winner,I think it would be shared with +2 score GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: or maybe,GK scores +3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,white is basically about to control d5 square and to play f2-f4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: if he would make it,then black doomed to the passivity GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: however,black has a couple of antitodes, the main one is f7-f5 plan 30 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: it considered to be premature, check your database for the games,chessclubdotcom GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: this is not a dangerous line,but black's counterplay is pretty limited here GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Kram played it with black as well GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,there is no much philosophy in it GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: d5 square is weak, and d4 square is potentially covered by c3 pawn(after c2-c3) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: then white can get something GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I can show you my game vs GM Chuchelov in Eurochamp 2003 9. e3 0 0 9... O-O 2 2 10. O-O 2 3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,I think Leko will pick Kramnik's move Be6 here:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: looks more solid than f7-f5 plan GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Venshy,I agree,but if they are banned to agree before move 40, they won't build a whole scenario about reaching it before the public GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: though,they will just play zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: real question is where rook stands better on a1 or c1... GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Be6 is just about covering d5 square,pretty logical GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no,not at all 10... g6 458 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hmmm GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: not a new,this one exactly played in Kosten-Kharlov GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: first game of the entire variation with 6.Nd2 Bg5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: But black got pretty bad position quickly

[10... e6 3 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: B:e6 would be a positional mistake nearly always 11. f4 3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: probably,this one is premature! (11. xe6 20 11... fxe6 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: opens ''f'' file for the rook,and covering a vital d5 square GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: only black could be better now ) 11... exf4 9 12. xf4 2 12... g6 2 13. f2 4 13... g5 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and black is OK in Grischuk-Kramnik,2003 ;

10... h8 3 11. d2 3 11... f5 2 12. exf5 4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,I am white 12... xf5 7 13. f4 2 13... d7 7 14. d5 8 14... exf4 11 (14... fe7 7 15. fxe5 5 15... xd5 2 16. cxd5 4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and I got clear edge(which was unfotunately missed in the time-trouble,and the game was drawn) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I think 3...e5 and 3...g6 both are decent options,3...e5 is safer but 3...g6 provides more chances for the counterplay GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,Duncan,it can be written, for years ,in Linares,they signed a contract preventing a draw agreement before move 40 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: of course 3...e6 is perfectly playable,though usually it transposes to Paulsen ) 15. xf4 4]

11. e2 0 11... e6 5 12. c3 3 12... b6 7 13. d2 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and white was better in the mentioned game GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: we might switch for a while if the majority wants GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: as for me, though,not a Janus,but I am able to comment on few games:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I hear only 10 voices out of 170... GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: it's technically impossible,but I can change and then change back,OK? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: OK,we take a look on Topa-Radja []