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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Leko - Kramnik (3) - Campeonato mundial clásico, B rissago - Suiza.
Fecha:Martes, 28 de Septiembre, 2004  16:21:59 (+0100)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Estimados listeros:

 

Kramnik, con negras, secó fácilmente a Leko en la apertura en el día de hoy. Al final tablas sin mucha historia.

 

 

Saludos cordiales,

Angel.

 

Leko – Kramnik (3) – Campeonato mundial clásico, Brissago – Suiza.

28/ 9/2004.

1. e4 0 1... e5 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ee4 e5 have been played 2. Nf3 0 2... Nf6 5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the same line as the first game 3. Nxe5 0 3... d6 1 4. Nf3 1 4... Nxe4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko has prepared something 5. d4 45 5... d5 3 6. Bd3 9 newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: also Anand, Shirov and Topalov play this line as Black 6... Nc6 0 7. O-O 8 7... Be7 5 8. c4 23 8... Nb4 1 9. Be2 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: We are still following the first game 9... O-O 18 10. Nc3 2 10... Bf5 2 11. a3 6 11... Nxc3 3 12. bxc3 2 12... Nc6 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the typical Match strategy 13. Re1 0 13... Re8 2 14. cxd5 7 14... Qxd5 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: both are ready to show the power of the home preparation 15. Bf4 35 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: it's just the psychological battle 15... Rac8 23 16. c4 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes ... c4 still the book

16... Qe4 37 17. Be3 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so.. this time Lako picks some different line 17... Qc2

[17... Bf6 111 newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: yes, Bf6 is normal move B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: puts more pressure over the center newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: Ra2 - Kasparov B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then White plays Ra2 18. Ra2 32 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: covering the c2 square newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: I think Qc2 is new B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and tranposing the rook via the second rank Rd2 or Re2 in the nearest future B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so... that the reason B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik prefers swapping Queens at once B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I believe yes - Qc2 is the novelty ]

18. d5 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: d5 is almost forced B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I hav some new idea B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check it 0 0 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: d5 Na5 played B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: d5 has been played

[18. c5 0 0 18... Bf6 34 newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: c5 Rcd8 Bb5 Be4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes enough (18... Rcd8 1 19. Bf4 3 19... Bf6 10 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: huge pressure 20. Bxc7 14 20... Nxd4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: white is better after 21. Bxd8 30 21... Nxe2 3 22. Rxe2 2 22... Qxd1 2 23. Rxd1 1 23... Rxe2 1 24. Bxf6 2 24... gxf6 5 25. Nd4 6 25... Re5 1 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: and what ? 26. c6 8 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: bc MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nc6 Rc5 and Ra5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: dead draw B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but even here it's still too far from being clear MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: ne7 Kg7 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Rf5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Rd7 Ra5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: and white lost );

18. Qxc2 0 0 18... Bxc2 2 1 19. d5 1 (19. Rec1 4 19... Bg6 1 20. c5 1 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Bf6 20... Na5 8 21. Rc3 7 21... Bf6 5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: for what Na5 ? MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: knight is good on c6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I guessnothing to check MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: right B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black is better MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: let's back to my line ) 19... Na5 1 20. Nd4 1 20... Bg6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White's chain c4-d5 could become the weakness very soon B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: for 40 min we have no response from Leko ]

18... Na5 4 66 2 8 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nd4 probably B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Leko likes putting his piece toward the center B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik will follow his preparation for a while 19. Nd4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has slighly better endgame newborn-king (IM) kibitzes: take on d1 and Bd7, very solid B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: bt ... I am pretty sure Kramnik took this position under the serious examination 52 83 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nd4 has been played

[19. c5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: c5!? instead Nd4 19... Nb3 20 fearless (IM) kibitzes: maybe Qc2 ,Bc2 ,d5 and Nd4 20. Nd4 20 20... Qxd1 16 (20... Nxd4 57 21. Bxd4 1 21... Bf8 1 22. Qxc2 62 22... Bxc2 1 23. Bf3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is still better for White octie (WGM) kibitzes: b 23... Rxe1 15 24. Rxe1 1 24... b6 1 25. d6 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: tactics octie (WGM) kibitzes: cd 25... bxc5 37 (25... cxd6 40 26. cxb6 14 (26. c6 18 octie (WGM) kibitzes: maybe Ba4 Rc1 Rc7? 26... Bb3 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then Be6 and d5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: only compensation , but nothing more octie (WGM) kibitzes: Rc1 octie (WGM) kibitzes: then Be2-a6? (26... d5 52 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: bb3,rc1,d5,be5,and c7? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no moves yet B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: dont worry octie (WGM) kibitzes: Bxd5? 27. Bxd5 21 27... Ba4 1 28. Rc1 5 28... Bxa3 1 octie (WGM) kibitzes: indeed better:) 29. Ra1 54 29... Bxc6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the first rank B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hm... Leko is sleeping ) 27. Rc1 58 27... d5 4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: idea Bc4 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: be5 was better 28. Be2 14 octie (WGM) kibitzes: ok, then have to enter Re3 fearless (IM) kibitzes: maybe Bg4was there (28. Bg4 17 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: sure ) 28... Bc4 2 29. Bxc4 2 29... Rxc6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: unfortunately ) 26... axb6 1 27. Bxb6 1 27... d5 1 octie (WGM) kibitzes: c6 instead of cxb6? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: draw offer ) 26. d7 1 26... Rd8 5 27. Re8 1 27... Rxd7 2 28. Bxc5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but this could work only in our dream B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: black has an easy refutation ) 21. Raxd1 13 21... Nxd4 2 22. Bxd4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: much better for White ;

19. Bxa7 0 19... b6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: arresting the bishop MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nd4 played ]

19... Qxd1 77 1 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: forced B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Nb5 will be done I suppose MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Rd1 played 20. Rexd1 36 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ops B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: here the difference MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: yes, Red1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: we were analysing just Rad1 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: I told about Red1 :) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: but my fritz removing from +0.7 to +0.3 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: after Red1 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Be4 also possible

[20. Raxd1 10 1 20... Bd7 2 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: This is the critical positition Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: qc2 looks great ,neutralising whites initiative in the opening B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: If there is no any concrete way to benefit from the center superiority - White loses his positional advantage B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bd2 b6 , yes MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: h3 B:a3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: could you check when Kramnik for the last time played the Petroff? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: When you have the space advantage better to avoid trades B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: that why Nb5 seems to be out of logic MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: may be better take on d1 with e1 rook ? 21. Nb5 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: don't believe Black may take the pawn 188 (21. Bd2 104 21... b6 1 22. Bb4 1 22... c5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: gives nothing 23. Bxa5 61 23... cxd4 1 24. Bb4 1 24... Bc5 1 25. Bd3 4 25... g6 6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: nothing ) 21... Bxb5 77 4 22. cxb5 1 1 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: nb5 is best,but probably no advantage B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ba3 fails octie (WGM) kibitzes: bd6 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: b6 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: or Bd7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: after Ra1 Black loses a piece MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: or Bd6 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: enough MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: for equal 22... Bxa3 1 (22... b6 68 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: not so fast please 31 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: b6 simply MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Bd6 Rcd8 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nb7 - Nc5 23. Bg4 10 23... Rcd8 6 24. Rc1 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White still has the pair of bishops Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: bd6 24... Bd6 56 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: probably Bd6 is better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the idea to transfer the knight via b7 to c5 25. Bg5 35 25... Rb8 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and I don't see what could stop it Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: equal Dagon (IM) kibitzes: why that backward way? Nb3-c5 also possible? ) 23. Ra1 2 23... Bb4 9 24. Reb1 2 24... Bc3 16 25. Ra3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and the piece is gone 25... Bd2 33 26. Bxd2 3 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: simple take on b5,and b6,nb7bc5,nd6 drawish ]

20... Bd7 21. Bd2

[21. Bf1 305 0 21... Bc5 1 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nf5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nf5 Be3 Ne3 seems better for white B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik has his lovely type of position no any risk , slighly better endgame Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: black is slightly better after nf5 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: oh, right colle 1 22. Nc6 71 (22. Nf5 1 22... Bxe3 4 23. Nxe3 2 23... b6 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and white had "bad" Bf1 vs "good" Bd7 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and c4 backward as well 24. Rac1 81 24... Nb3 1 25. Rc3 1 25... Nc5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: may forget about MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: 22. ... - Bf5 Bc5 Nb3 ) 22... Rxe3 2]

21... Bf6 0 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: basically it's the draw offer B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik decided to keep his great match situation B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: 2:1 and one more White game

[21... c5 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets try c5 0 22. Bxa5 29 1 22... cxd4 1 (22... Bf6 1 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: i like b6 here B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, but this doesn't change the assessment oif the position B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nb3 doesn't work P-Rech (FM) kibitzes: this bf6 pawnc5 pin happened already in game 1 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: c5 only leads to equality 23. Bf3 75 23... Bxd4 2 24. Ra2 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: equal still Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: i hope he will play b6 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: its alot more interesting B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I believe so B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no move yet? ) 23. Bd3 1 23... Bc5 2 24. Bb4 1 24... b6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the simplar position we were seeing a short while ago B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: from the Rad1 line instead of red1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes ;

21... b6 0 0 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: keeps more tension 0 22. Bxa5 7 28 1 22... bxa5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: at least equal B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: don;t forget about a3 1 1 23. Rab1 3 (23. Ra2 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok.. anyway White is working for a draw B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Black is out of any danger with two bishops in the endgame ) 23... Bxa3 1 24. Rb7 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I will pack the rook there ! 24... Bc5 4 25. Bf1 8 (25. Nb3 22 25... Bb6 10 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: almost winning B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: for Black B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: a4 aims ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and e2 is supended B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: suspended * ) 25... Bb6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hehe ]

22. Bxa5 51 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe Leko has ofered a draw already Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: nb5 was better,now black is better after bd2 1 58 22... Bxd4 56 1 1 23. Rxd4 1 45

[23. Ra2 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: also = B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but why not just b6 after Bd2 ? ]

23... Rxe2 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: equal position 5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now it's totally drawish B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: draw offer B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik easily solved his opening problems B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: very disappointed game from Leko

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