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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Kramnik - Leko, Mundial Clásico (2), Briss ago, Suiza.
Fecha:Domingo, 26 de Septiembre, 2004  17:13:35 (+0100)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Estimados listeros:

 

Por lo visto en las dos primeras partidas del mundial clásico, parece que Volodia viene mejor preparado que Peter. Hoy le encasquetó una nueva novedad con Cg5. La pena es que después de que el magyar llevara un caballo absurdamente al flanco de dama (…Ca5) en lugar de traerlo a defender su flanco de rey, Kramnik con un penoso avance de peón central (e5?) hechó a perder lo que hubiera probablemente supuesto su segunda victoria en el match, con posible sacrificio en f7 (como muy bien nos enseñó hoy el GM Boris Alterman) uno de los mejores comentaristas del ICC (lo digo por su gran labor pedagógica explicando las partidas).

 

La próxima partida (3ª de catorce), el martes que viene.

 

De momento, Kramnik tiene todas las papeletas en este match, que de acabar en empate le permitiría retener su título de campeón.

 

Pero bueno, es pronto y espero que Leko mejore y ponga emoción al asunto.

 

P.D.- ME DIÓ CIERTA PENA VER A TOLYA KARPOV EFECTUANDO EL SAQUE DE HONOR… . YO CREO QUE TOLIK EN SUS BUENOS TIEMPOS, EN LA PARTIDA DE HOY HUBIESE JUGADO  SIMPLEMENTE Axf4 y hubiera ganado en ¡ brillante estilo !.

 

Saludos cordiales,

Angel.

 

 

 

 

Apertura Española – Variante anti-Marshall. C88.

Kramnik – Leko, Mundial Clásico(2), Brissago, Suiza.

26/ 9/2004.

1. e4 0 1... e5 10 2. Nf3 28 2... Nc6 10 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: At least Kramnik missed a good chnce to increase his advantage 3. Bb5 9 3... a6 42 4. Ba4 43 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: quite a surprising choice B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Lako plays the Ruy Lopez 4... Nf6 4 5. O-O 10 5... Be7 4 6. Re1 4 6... b5 5 7. Bb3 1 7... O-O 8. h3 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, Anti-Marshall B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bb7 or d6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: d5 doesn't work 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but Kramnik doesnt like to take the risk 8... Bb7 90 90

[8... d5 49 9. exd5 1 9... Nxd5 1 10. Nxe5 1 10... Nxe5 1 11. Rxe5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White plays d4 next B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: h3 helps ]

9. d3

[9. c3 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets say B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c3 then d5! anyway 9... d5 11 10. exd5 1 10... Nxd5 1 11. Nxe5 1 11... Nxe5 1 12. Rxe5 1 12... Nf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White's position is critical B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes ]

9... Re8 10. Nc3 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Nc3 is the 3rd way B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: has been played 0 10... Bb4

11. Ng5

[11. Bd2 0 11... Na5 7 12. Nd5 1 12... Nxb3 1 13. Nxf6 2 13... Qxf6 1 14. axb3 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the equal game ;

11. a3 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ng5 has been played 11... Bxc3 1 12. bxc3 1 12... d5 4 13. exd5 4 13... Nxd5 1 14. Bd2 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the ver complicate position B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has pair of bishops B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the analyse B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but Black has more space and pretty fine development ;

11. Bg5 0 0 11... Nd4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: after Bg5 Nd4 the are too much simplifications B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Right away ? re3 ? 1 12. Re3 102 (12. Nd5 1 12... Bxd5 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what the point ? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: At first I eliminate the knight 13. Bxd5 20 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c6 ) 12... Nxb3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is better ;

11. Nd5 0 11... Bxe1 6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and ? ]

11... Rf8 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: gives nothing 87 87

[11... Re7 0 12. Nd5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: almost bad 12... Nxd5 13 13. exd5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and hard to prevent the material loses 13... Nd4 21 33 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check (13... Bxe1 5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and now the intermediate 14. dxc6 9 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: decides the game ) 14. c3 1 (14. d6 6 14... Bxd6 5 15. Qh5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: over B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: double aim at f7 and h7 15... h6 42 16. Bxf7 1 16... Kh8 1 17. Qg6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: mate of course 17... hxg5 11 18. Qh5# 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets back )]

12. a3 86 86 12... Bxc3 13. bxc3 Na5

[13... Ne7 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: instead B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko chose the wrong plan ;

13... h6 0 0 14. Nf3 1 1 14... Re8 3 15. Bd2 5 tani-thegreat (GM) kibitzes: Nh4+Nf5 maybe B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the slighly better prospects for Kramnik tani-thegreat (GM) kibitzes: :-) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: thanks Tani tani-thegreat (GM) kibitzes: my pleasure haver:-) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: d5 has his weak point also - opens the position for two bishops ]

14. Ba2

14... c5

[14... d6 0 15. f4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: anyway B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: When you have the pair of bishops - open the game ! 15... c5 80 16. fxe5 5 16... dxe5 1 17. Be3 1 17... Qe7 4 18. Rf1 1 18... c4 33 19. Qe1 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: simply B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: one day Black will play cd B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but the main problem - there is no clear plan for Black B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: when White is developing his attack pretty comfortable ;

14... h6 1 15 0 0 15. Nf3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: should protect e4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: e5 * 1 1 Ardus (IM) kibitzes: is d5 possible before h6? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the benefit - h6 makes the King side so brittle B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: good target for all White pieces B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets say 1 15... d6 19 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now we see the point of Na5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the pawn e4 is under attack B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: however Kramnik may try playing Nh4-f5 even with the pawn sacrifice 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: seems to be the best way B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets concentrate our thoughts here B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: planning to contradict the Ba2 killer after Bc8-e6 (15... Re8 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and c5-c4 is coming B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets say 16. Nh4 22 16... c5 2 17. Nf5 1 17... d5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: at least unclear 18. Qf3 86 18... dxe4 4 (18... c4 59 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: simply c4 19. Bxh6 30 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hm... Nf5 is too dangerous B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: to lock that bishop ) 19. Qg3 1; 15... Qe7 112 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: protecting e5 runs out by 16. Nh4 15 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the huge King side initiative B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: look at Ba2! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: keeps an eye on the long diagonal ! ) 16. d4 33 (16. Nh4 34 115 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and now Bc8! 16... Nxe4 1 (16... Bc8 10 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White may try f4 or Qf3 17. f4 70 (17. Qf3 14 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: gives nothing 17... Kh7 7 (17... Be6 36 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so... Be6 is the last try 18. Bxe6 30 18... fxe6 1 19. Qg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c5 has been played ) 18. Nf5 16 18... c5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and then Be6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes g4 ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: quite unpleasant depressnyak (GM) kibitzes: after Nh4 Ne4 doesnt work? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re4 then and Qg4 depressnyak (GM) kibitzes: ok i see 19. g4 101 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: g4 White is much better )) 17. Nf5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: quite interesting attack 17... Nxc3 19 18. Qg4 1 tani-thegreat (GM) kibitzes: N:e4 R:e4! and Qg4! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Hello and welcome everybody )]

15. f4 exf4

[15... d6 1 0 0 0 0 16. fxe5 1 (16. Be3 1 9 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now if Qe7 1 16... c4 42 (16... Qe7 8 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White simply plays 17. fxe5 9 17... dxe5 1 18. Rf1 1 18... c4 5 19. Qe1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the huge advantage B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black has no time creating pressure over d3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bb6 is the second aim , targeting Na5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, correct ; 16... exf4 1 17. Bxf4 1 17... c4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: just simply Qe2 completes the development B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then Rad1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: don't forget Na5! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qf3? h6 ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: a4 then Rb1 ) 17. Rb1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the a4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then a4 * B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is better , this is the assessment B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: how much - hard to say B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: indeed c4 is the only chance for Black B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: otherwise White's King side assault goes smoothly ; 16. Rf1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: gaining the tempo B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: anyway the file will be opened chaozz (GM) kibitzes: Qe7? 16... Qe7 115 17. Qe1 1 chaozz (GM) kibitzes: and now c4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: one more problem then c4! the knight on a5 is hanging 17... c4 25 18. fxe5 1 18... dxe5 1 19. Qh4 5 19... h6 12 20. Nf3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hard to stop white's attack slint (IM) kibitzes: c4 Kh7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: it's like the King's gambit slint (IM) kibitzes: Kh7 chaozz (GM) kibitzes: this will be a problem anyway:) chaozz (GM) kibitzes: Rd8 ) 16... dxe5 1 17. Be3 1 17... c4 2 18. Rf1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: really unpleasnt 18... Qd6 101 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: probably the best (18... Rc8 22 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the best chance is to keep these pawns under fire B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: otherwise White could simply transfer his Queen on h4 and Black's position will become appaling 19. Qe1 111 19... h6 17 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: f4 has been played btw )]

16. e5 ? 402 402 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: missing

[16. Bxf4 ! 18 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now the obvious way Bf4, Rf1 - the structure more or less- similar to the King's gambit 16... d6 40 17. Rf1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: clear advantage for White B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko has to work very hard for a draw B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: interesting to test h6 17... h6 66 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now White could sacrifice his knight 18. Nxf7 15 18... Rxf7 1 19. Bxf7 1 19... Kxf7 1 20. Qf3 1 slint (IM) kibitzes: Kg6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: anyway Black's position is pretty dangerous 20... Kg6 49 (20... Kg8 12 21. Qg3 28 slint (IM) kibitzes: Bh6 just Qe7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: almost done 21... Nh5 11 22. Qg6 1 22... Nxf4 1 23. Rxf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and no way to stop the attack without material loses B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes Na5 is horrible depressnyak (GM) kibitzes: What is the reason for Kg8? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: just show what could happen ; 20... Qe7 139 21. Qg3 1 21... Rd8 1 22. Rf3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: e5 ?? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what a surprise ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bf4 kept so clear a edge ) 21. Qg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: d6 is gone ]

16... Nd5 55 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes e5 Nd5 have been played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qg4 is the only move 55 17. Bxd5 Qxg5 0 0 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: indeed B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko found the better way !

[17... Bxd5 0 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White lost his advantage B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: since 18. Bxf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the d7 pawn is the clear drawback Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: 18 Qh5 (18. Qh5 78 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: here ? Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: f6 Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: h6 ne4 += 1 18 18... h6 42 1 9 19. Bxf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the key ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is sacrificing the knight ! Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: ? 1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: will be refuted by 19... hxg5 34 7 (19... Qe8 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: much better MasterLev (FM) kibitzes: Ne4 Bxe4 Rxe4 f5 16 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: !! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but not 18 20. Ne4 26 (20. Nf3 2 20... f5 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: trading the Queen ) 20... Bxe4 1 21. Rxe4 1 21... f5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: trading the most powerful piece B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: fing masterlev ) 20. Bxg5 1 1 20... Qb6 1 1 21. Bf6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the mating attack ! 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White wins 21... gxf6 40 16 22. Re3 1 1 15 22... c4 1 1 23. d4 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and now way stopping Rg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: over )]

18. Bxb7

 

Y TABLAS A PROPUESTA DE KRAMNIK.

 

18... Nxb7 1 1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: played ! 0 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now for a moment it seems that white gains the pawn back , keeping the clear superiority 19. Qf3 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is better for white of course 1 5 28 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: idea Bf4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: indeed Black answers simply

[19. Re4 54 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe ? 1 19... d5 16 1 20. exd6 1 7 20... Nxd6 1 1 21. Bxf4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: almost nothing for WHite 1 21... Qf6 1 22. Be5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is slighly better 22... Qh6 46 23. Re1 1 23... Rad8 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: bishop here is better then knight slint (IM) kibitzes: what is wrong with nikolay's opinion B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the position is open B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qg6 runs out by Rg4! frappeboy (FM) kibitzes: the pawns aren't weak here slint (IM) kibitzes: no but he is not crazy nor is he watching another game Heliopolitanus (IM) kibitzes: Re4 f6 =+ B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: not yet B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Draw B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Draw agreed ]

19... Qg3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: nice trick 1 26 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: !! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe this move Kramnik has missed B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re1 is suspended B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has to tswap Queens 20. Bxf4 1 40 20... Qxf3 1 1 21. gxf3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then a4 etc depressnyak (GM) kibitzes: Nd8 1 21... Nd8 22. d4 12 22... Ne6 1 23. Be3 1 23... cxd4 1 24. cxd4 1 24... Nc7 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has to be careful B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ok, See you on Tuesday , game 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bye everybody ! []