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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Leko - Kramnik, Mundial Clásico (5), Brissago (UNO)
Fecha:Sabado, 2 de Octubre, 2004  22:38:18 (+0100)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

ESTIMADOS LISTEROS:

 

Después de 8 horas y media, aquí va la 5ª partida. Sin lugar a dudas, estamos ante el match que se titulará:

 

“FIEBRE DEL SÁBADO NOCHE”.

 

Al menos por el tesón puesto , Leko mereció la victoria y de camino le paga a Kramnik con la misma moneda que esté usó el sábado pasado.

 

Saludos cordiales,

Angel.

 

 

 

EN EL CAMPEONATO DEL MUNDO DE AJEDREZ CLÁSICO
Leko iguala el marcador tras ganar la quinta partida

Jesús J. Boyero

 

El húngaro Peter Leko igualó a 2,5 puntos el marcador del encuentro que le enfrenta al ruso Vladimir Kramnik por el título mundial de Ajedrez Clásico, al ganar con las piezas blancas la quinta partida, en 69 movimientos tras seis horas y medio de juego. El domingo, a partir de las 15 horas, se disputará la sexta de las catorce partidas programadas.

Una virtud de Leko es su sentido práctico y su capacidad para asumir errores sin buscar excusas. Sin importarle consideraciones psicológicas, el exniño prodigio cambió la apertura de peón de rey por la de dama, pese a que eso quería decir que no estaba satisfecho con la preparación teórica contra la defensa Petrov de Kramnik, quien con esta línea de juego había logrado una victoria y unas cómodas tablas.

En la apertura, un gambito de dama, Leko logró una ligera iniciativa. Kramnik, en la jugada 19, optó por entregar un peón con la idea de entrar en un final inferior aunque a su juicio de tablas, en vez de realizar la teórica 19... Te6 que ya había sido jugado por el inglés Nigel Short. Su plan, sin embargo, chocó con un tenaz Leko que con paciencia franciscana, en un final de torre, alfil y cuatro peones, contra torre, alfil y tres peones, puso la camisa de fuerza a su rival. Kramnik, pese a su maestría defensiva, no encontró el camino hacia el empate y terminó perdiendo en la jugada 69.

QUEEN'S gam. var. WITH 5.¥F4

Leko – Kramnik, Mundial Clásico (5), Brissago, Suiza.

2/10/2004.

1. d4 Nf6 118 2. c4 3 2... e6 13 3. Nf3 d5 122 4. Nc3 Be7 5. Bf4 O-O 123 6. e3 2 6... c5 0 7. dxc5 2 7... Bxc5 1 8. cxd5 11 68

[8. a3 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: might be more principial and it became popular in recent years 8... Nc6 43 9. b4 1 9... Nxb4 1 10. axb4 1 10... Bxb4 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: if I remember correctly it was a famous Epishin-Short game ]

8... Nxd5 1 5 9. Nxd5 1 48 9... exd5 10. a3 7 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: anyway, Leko went for an old main line GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: a bit boring though 10... Nc6 0 0 11. Bd3 Bb6

12. O-O

[12. Qc2 1;

12. Bxh7 0 12... Kxh7 1 13. Ng5 1 13... Kg8 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and? ]

12... Bg4

[12... d4 1 1 13. e4 1 (13. Qc2 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, even simple h6 now 13... h6 22 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,the line is pretty drawish and it's a bit surpirising to see Leko avoiding Petroff in order to get this one 14. e4 30 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, but after Qc2 I can play something different 14... Be6 23 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: all in all, i don't see what's so good for white ) 13... Bg4 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I recall Kramnik played this position a few times ]

13. h3 0 0 1024

[13. Bc2 0 13... Bh5 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and Qd3 is always met by Bg6 14. b4 24 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,it's possible... but still immediate 13.b4 considered to be a main line ;

13. b4 0 13... a6 1 14. Rc1 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: here d4 migh be a worthy try ;

13. Bxh7 2 13... Kxh7 1 14. Ng5 1 14... Qxg5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: typically, Bh7 never works in such a positions ]

13... Bh5 14. b4

[14. Qc2 0 14... Bxf3 4 15. Bxh7 2 15... Kh8 3 16. gxf3 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: sure, Buffos, but we are talking about best games...with too many mistakes they might be still attractive,but hardly the best:) 16... g6 31 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Evidently I played quite a number of good games with black (you can easily find them in Database), even the recent win over Sasikiran was quite an interesting affair ]

14... Re8

[14... a6 94 15. Rc1 2 15... Re8 2 16. Bxa6 2 16... Rxa6 15 17. b5 1 17... Rxa3 2 18. bxc6 1 18... bxc6 10 19. Rxc6 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Karpov-Anand that was, well white is a bit better, but once again it's extremely difficult to beat Kramnik in such a position ;

14... d4 22 15. g4 2 15... Bg6 1 16. b5 1]

15. Rc1

[15. Ra2 32 15... d4 1 16. g4 2 16... Qd5 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but it was just a rapid game 17. Rb2 60 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but Ok, no need to investigate this position.I think Leko-Kram would be different ]

15... a6

[15... Qf6 26 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: might be interesting as played by Beliavsky 2 16. g4 8 16... Bg6 3 17. Bxg6 1 17... Qxg6 1 18. Qxd5 2 18... Rad8 7 19. Qc4 1 19... h5 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and black obtained some compensation and drew in Ruck-Beliavsky (probably, Leko should have seen this game,but forgot about it) 20. Nh4 42 20... Qd3 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: etc... ;

15... d4 1 16. b5 1]

16. Bxa6 Rxa6 2 1 133 17. b5 Rxa3 1 1 0 0 0 524 18. bxc6 1 2 1 2 1 75 18... bxc6 1 1 1 1 1 13 19. Rxc6

19... Ra7

[19... d4 0 20. Rd6 14;

19... Bxf3 0 20. Qxf3 3 20... d4 55 21. Rd6 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well white is better, but after 19...Ra7 black should hold comfortably ;

19... Re6 13 0 20. Qc1 12 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: maybe like that 1 (20. Rxe6 3 20... fxe6 1 21. Qc1 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is also not very pleasant for black GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: unpinning the knight ) 20... Rxc6 11 21. Qxc6 2 21... Bxf3 4 22. gxf3 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no,white is better, he will grab this pawn on d5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but draw is probably still there 22... d4 32 23. Rb1 6 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: starts looking dangerous for black 23... Ba7 30 24. Bd6 28 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: d3 would lose to Qb6 jinfang GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: anything wrong with Bd6, Liff? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yep,wolfman 24... dxe3 70 25. Bxa3 2 25... exf2 1 26. Kh1 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok, you get a credit:) ]

20. Rd6 8 2 1 295

[20. Qb3 2 0 20... Bxf3 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: was tried but also led to a draw 2 21. gxf3 1 (21. Rd6 48 21... Rd7 1 22. Rxb6 11 22... Be4 3) 21... Bc7 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, Grob= coffin :) ;

20. g4 2 0 20... Bg6 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: itá very moderate suffering I would say:) 1 21. Rd6 1 21... Rd7 33 22. Qxd5 2 22... Rxd6 6 23. Qxd6 1 23... Qxd6 14 24. Bxd6 2 24... Rd8 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't think Karpov played g4 there GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,more love with a knight on board ]

20... Rd7 1 1 1 0 21. Qxd5

[21. Rxd7 1 21... Qxd7 1 22. Ne5 2 22... Rxe5 2]

21... Rxd6 22. Qxd6

[22. Bxd6 0 22... Bxf3 1 23. gxf3 1 Mushtaq (IM) kibitzes: Do the organisers put on alternative entertainment for the spectators? - Like in the old days of K-K when they used to have blitz competitions between other GMs etc? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but Bc7 is a simple draw 23... Re6 1 (23... Bc7 20) 24. Rd1 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is OK for white ;

22. Qxh5 0 0 22... Rg6 13 AndrewMartinIM (IM) kibitzes: sorry just arrived-what is the verdict (22... Rd7 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: of course is the most solid GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, of course, I am not top-10 player GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but for many years I played maybe 2-3 tournaments where the percentage of my decisive games was lower than 50... GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so,it's more about your approach to chess ) 23. Ne5 7 AndrewMartinIM (IM) kibitzes: oh dear GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is a funny trap 23... Rf6 22 24. Bg5 11 24... Rxe5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: No Channeling ]

22... Qxd6 1 1 1 1 0 23. Bxd6 Bxf3 1 16 1 862

[23... Rd8 10 0 0 24. Bg3 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: for some reason Anand didn't take on f3 (though,once again,it was rapid AndrewMartinIM (IM) kibitzes: heh heh...long night ahead then draw.... 2 2 24... Bc5 21 12 (24... Bxf3 1 1 25. gxf3 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and now anything Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Hi to all Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Hi Emil GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hi,Diadematus 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but of course, if he manages to change a bishops, it would be quite an easy draw 25... h6 95 (25... Bc5 27 26. Rc1 1 26... Be7 5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: sure ) 26. Rb1 2 (26. Rc1 41 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so,you got to play with rooks 26... Rd2 15 27. Rc6 6 27... Bd8 4 28. e4 13 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: gives white more practical chances, but outcome is likely to be the same 28... Rd1 29 29. Kg2 1 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: yes ) 26... Bc5 1 27. Rc1 7 27... Bd6 2 28. Rd1 1 28... Be7 4 29. Rxd8 3 29... Bxd8 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: this one also should be a draw, with all the respect towards AndrewMartin 30. e4 65 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Rc1!? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: 26. GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I even fail to see a winning plan for white in such an ending 30... Bb6 3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: basically,black needs to block white's pawns 31. f4 18 31... g6 3 32. Kg2 1 32... f5 2 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Emil maybe g6 better than h6? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: just an illustrative line, but quite useful GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, diadematus, but there is no differnce here...I played g6 when the rooks were on board, and g6 then could help white to create some threats 33. e5 68 33... Kf7 1 34. Bh4 2 34... Ke6 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, just a seas draw here ) 25. Rc1 2 25... Bf8 2 26. Nd4 6 26... Bg6 2 27. Rc7 4 27... h6 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,and they played and played with a draw at the end ]

24. gxf3 Bd8 237 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, he wants his bishop on h4, so Leko will probably reply with Bg3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes,I played in Pune few weeks ago

[24... Rd8 4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no idea swisschess, maybe something to do with a broadcast 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I wouldn't call it a torture ]

25. Rb1 0

[25. Bg3 0 25... Bf6 1 26. Rd1 3 26... g6 1 junior (GM) kibitzes: i would think he would try to play rb1...is the bishop really that good on h4? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and it would be about a time to agree a draw, unless Leko wants just to play on ]

25... Bf6 15 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Bh4 is good, but Rb4 is kicking me out there anyway junior (GM) kibitzes: right 26. Kg2

[26. Rb5 35 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, this += is rather tricky GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: as I said- white is clearly better GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but from another point of view,it's just a draw GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, it's not = cause the position is not equal, neither it is a theoretical draw...so, += is very safe here:) ]

26... g6 0 663 27. f4 2 4 27... Kg7

[28. Kf3 2 0

[28. Rb4 0 28... Re6 4 29. Bc5 15 29... Rc6 6 30. Bd4 2 30... Re6 2 31. Kf3 6 31... Kh6 5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, we can still move the pieces here and there.19...Ra7 is clearly the best move, it was also played by Anand versus Karpov ;

28. Rb8 0 28... Rxb8 1 29. Bxb8 1 29... Be7 4 30. e4 6 30... f5 2 Mushtaq (IM) kibitzes: if white could exchange his f pawn would it still be just a draw? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no,Mushtaq, then some reasonable chances would be there 31. f3 33 31... Kf7 3 Mushtaq (IM) kibitzes: what about in a rook ending? ;

28. f5 0 28... gxf5 1 29. Rb5 2 29... Kg6 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: more realistic could be ;

28. Rb5 Rd8 14 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but black may try counterplaying (28... h5 16 29. f5 1 29... g5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: looks good enough 30. Kf3 11 30... Rc8 4 31. e4 10 31... Rc3 18 32. Kg2 1 32... Bd4 6 33. Rd5 19 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, becomes tough for black ; 28... Ra8 6 29. f5 1 29... Ra2 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: aiming to xchange the bishops 30. Bg3 25 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well and just wait 30... Rc2 22 (30... Ra4 14 31. Rd5 21 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no, no way, Kramnik wont offer a draw with pawn down GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, black wants to trade the bishops ) 31. Rd5 12 31... Rc4 12 32. Kf3 4 32... Bh4 3 33. Rd4 16 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: still not over ; 28... Re6 143 30 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: why not Re8? 1 29. Be5 2 (29. Bb8 9 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: re8 29... Bd8 6; 29. Bb4 20 1 29... Be7 13 2 30. f5 5 (30. Bc3 14 30... Bf6 2 31. Be1 2 (31. Ba5 7 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: f5 re5? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: still trying to avoid massive exchanges GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: small, but existent:) Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: maybe Ba1!? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: idea f5 )) 30... gxf5 2 31. Bxe7 3 31... Rxe7 1 32. Rxf5 2 32... Kg6 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: with theoretical draw Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: yes ) 29... Kh6 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and where is your winning plan now:)? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I fail to see any realistic plan, except for f4-f5 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Hi again ) 29. Bb4 31 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, and next f5 29... Rd1 40 30. f5 1 30... Rb1 1 31. Bf8 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: beware:) ]

28... Be7 1 1 duendecilla (GM) kibitzes: or Kf3 and Bd4 somehow with idea exd4 29. Be5 6

[29. Bb8 4 29... Rc8 2 30. Ba7 6 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and then some e4+Be3...I don't know, it's just a draw 30... Bf6 24 31. Bd4 2 31... Rc6 3 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and then? (31... Bxd4 14 32. exd4 1 32... Rc3 23 33. Ke4 1 33... Rxh3 1 34. d5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: might give white some chances, but black may easily avoid that )]

29... Bf6 1 30. Bb8 2 30... Rc8 6 []