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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] Leko-Kramnik, Mundial Clásico (9), Brissago. Sui za.
Fecha:Sabado, 9 de Octubre, 2004  16:20:55 (+0100)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Estimados listeros:

 

La novena partida acabó en tablas en poco menos de dos horas de duración. Kramnik, prefiere esperar a mañana, para intentarlo con blancas. Tal vez no estaba muy interesado en soportar otra entrega de Leko en f7 (como nos deleitó esta tarde el “fino” GM americano Larry Christiansen en el ICC).

 

Así pues solo queda repasar con algo más de calma 18.Cxf7 y luego, me pondré a ver mi último libro adquirido:

I PLAY AGAINST PIECES (Juego contra las piezas), de Svetozar Gligoric (la gente de mi edad recordarán con agrado aquellos notables artículos de JAQUE: LA PARTIDA DEL MES : Cuando no existían las bases de datos claro, sino aquellas famosas kartotekas -como las llamaba “nuestro” GM Bojan Kurajica- …).

 

Posiblemente, en el S. XX los jugadores tenían un espíritu mucho más agerrido que hoy en día a la hora de afrontar los combates cuerpo a cuerpo. Creo que con tanto yoghourt y actimel, la gente nueva está saliendo “pajarona” perdida.

 

¡Bueno, es una broma!.

 

Un saludo a todos y hasta mañana,

Angel.  

 

QUEEN'S INDIAN def.

Leko-Kramnik, Mundial Clásico (9), Brissago. Suiza.

9/10/2004.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Ba6 5. b3 Bb4 6. Bd2 Be7 7. Nc3 Bb7 8. Bg2 d5 9. cxd5 exd5 10. O-O O-O 11. Bf4 Na6 12. Qc2 Re8 13. Rfd1 c6 14. Ne5 h6 15. a3 Nc7 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: white square control! LarryC (GM) kibitzes: is this rumor or fact?

16. e4 0 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: so lets go back to this 0 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: why not dxe4 and Nc7-d5? 0

[16. Qf5 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: qf5? Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: dxe4 Nxe4 Nd5 0 0 16... Qc8 11 13 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: good question (16... Ne6 1 1 17. e4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets look at this LarryC (GM) kibitzes: if this was the game continuation 17... dxe4 29 18. Nxe4 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: nice concentration of pieces 18... Nxf4 31 19. Qxf4 3 19... Rf8 21 20. Nxc6 4 20... Bxc6 1 21. Nxf6 1 21... Bxf6 1 22. Bxc6 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: good for white ) 17. Qxc8 15 (17. Bh3 20 17... Qxf5 1 18. Bxf5 1 18... Ne6 3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks playable ) 17... Raxc8 1 18. Bh3 2 18... Ne6 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black looks fine here 19. Ng6 17 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: ng6 19... Bxa3 4 (19... Bd8 8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: shot in the dark )]

16... Ne6 2 10 23 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: explains Ne6--preps Rc8 330 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: nf7-e5 here, or have I gone completely nuts? 330 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ugh Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: geezez Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: jerks LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I wish they would fight these out Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: the positions is certainly not a draw. It may be equal, but not a draw. LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes a very interesting position

 

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[16... dxe4 0 0 17. Nxe4 4 1 17... Ncd5 3 1 18. Nxc6 14 0 18... Bxc6 1 1 19. Qxc6 1 11 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Rc8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: throw this out 1 19... Nxf4 1 1 (19... Rc8 14 20. Nxf6 1 20... Nxf6 3 21. Qb7 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: pawn up two bishops Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: ugly ) 20. Nxf6 4 0 20... Bxf6 1 0 21. Qxa8 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: that's why Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: ooh 1 21... Nh3 1 22. Kf1 1 22... Qe7 11 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: one zero (22... Qxa8 15 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: yep 23. Bxa8 1 23... Rxa8 1 24. f4 1 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: oh FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: ah, true 13 24... g5 10 1 25. Kg2 3 3 25... g4 1 1 26. Rac1 3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: this seems fairly unpleasant for black LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe this 3 26... Re8 29 1 27. Rd2 6 (27. Re1 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: a must Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: rd8 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: trade and Bxd4 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: ne6 played LarryC (GM) kibitzes: played Leko several times ) 27... Re3 4) 23. Qxe8 4 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: and if black just takes a8 and wins? (23. Re1 11 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: also this Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: wait, Qxa8 Bxa6 Rxa8 ) 23... Qxe8 1 24. Bxh3 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: that is possible ]

17. Be3 3 7 1 0 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I like Be3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: they have both studied this type of position and Kramnik certainly knew this until move 16 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: if this was all played before--they both know it Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Why does Leko often use more than an hour to reach positions seen before in games of top players? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: they play extremely carefully Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Shouldn't Leko have studied the moves at home and decided already if he's going to repeat them or not? Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Why use an hour during the game? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik is assessing Rc8 and dangers posed by the Ne5 0 0

[17. exd5 0 0 0 17... cxd5 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this looks fine LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I played Leko when he was real young 1 12 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: d4 hangs LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is fine for B LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes more comfortable for B 18. Qf5 40 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Larry, it seems Leko often spends over an hour in known positions. Is it because he doesn't know the past games? 18... Nxf4 24 (18... Rc8 41 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets nudge the knight 25 19. Ne2 13 19... Ba6 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks unpleasant ) 19. Qxf4 1 19... Bd6 1 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Or he is checking it even though he knows it's been played? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks reasonable Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: nd5? 20. Nxd5 20 20... Bxd5 3 21. Bxd5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: reasonable and losing ]

17... Rc8 1 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is oaur piece sac line 173 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets return to this 4

[17... dxe4 4 18. Nxe4 1]

18. Nxf7 1 2 16

[18. Bh3 51 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: nf7 before Be3? 9 18... Bd6 21 11 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: fights for the center 11 26 (18... Bf8 19 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is also possible ) 19. Nxf7 3 2 (19. f4 1 19... dxe4 6 20. Nxe4 2 20... Nd5 16 21. Bf2 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: something tells me Black should be OK Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: 20...c5 maybe? ) 19... Kxf7 1 1 20. e5 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe this LarryC (GM) kibitzes: copy 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: copy 1 1 20... Bf8 15 3 (20... Bb8 11 21. exf6 1 21... Qxf6 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: also Bb8 ) 21. exf6 1 1 21... Qxf6 1 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: I don't think Leko will sac a piece when he's down an hour on the clock. LarryC (GM) kibitzes: the knight on c3 stinks Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: ne2-f4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this looks OK for B 22. Ne2 26 22... Bd6 8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black is about to liberate LarryC (GM) kibitzes: with c5 ;

18. f4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets take a quick look at this 18... dxe4 24 19. Nxe4 1 19... Nd5 1 20. Bf2 1 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: They should deduct $50,000 from each player's prize for each game drawn under 25 moves. LarryC (GM) kibitzes: the problem is that paying spectators expect a full battle Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: agreed draws are ok if the position is equal and boring. LarryC (GM) kibitzes: spectators and sponsors have to put pressure on them Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: whoever plays Kasparov isn't going to be able to get a draw in this position. BlackBear (GM) kibitzes: Larry, Maurice Ashley here, how do we tolerate this draw nonsense? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Hi Maurice! We should not Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Ashley, new rules: Deduct $50,000 from both players' prize for draws under 25 moves. LarryC (GM) kibitzes: like going to a boxing match and having both guys rope-a-dope BlackBear (GM) kibitzes: It's crazy, everybody all excited and then this. It's like bad flirting! LarryC (GM) kibitzes: 1974 Ali-Foreman Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: except this is Ali-Ali 20... Rc7 290 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: the solution is deduct money from the prizes for short draws. Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: lots of money 21. b4 71 21... f6 4 22. f5 1 22... Nf8 7 23. Nc4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black is OK ]

18... Kxf7 1 1 1 19. e5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: is this our line? Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: yeah 1 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is like playing with a deck of cards all aces 19... Ne4 12 1 9

[19... Nd7 20 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: You kind of lose motivation to analyze a position if the players themselves weren't interested in it. 20. Qf5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: because of this ]

20. Nxe4 2 1 1 20... dxe4 1 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: the Sea-hawk variation 1 21. Qxe4 1 10 1 21... Qd7 2 2

[21... Nf8 8 Initiative (DM) kibitzes: what does bad football have to do with this? :) 6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this would have been fun to see 22. Qg4 11 (22. f4 6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: the plan then is f5 and qg4 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: doubtful if Leko would venture this )]

22. Qf5 1

[22. f4 2 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: hmmm 22... Kg8 2 23. Qf5 2 23... Rf8 1 24. Qg6 2 24... Rf7 1 25. Bh3 1 25... Nf8 1 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: qf7 now Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: then bd7 and f5 26. Qxf7 7 26... Kxf7 1 27. Bxd7 5 27... Nxd7 1 28. f5 1 Sea-Hawk (FM) kibitzes: has to be good for white Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: what does f5 do? 28... Nf8 44 Drahacik (FM) kibitzes: Kg8 was better? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: by no means over 7 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: 0-1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I would rate this "unclear" LarryC (GM) kibitzes: better player wins (28... Kg8 13);

22. Bh3 9 22... Qd5 2 (22... Bf8 12) 23. Qf5 1]

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