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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57º campeonato ruso(1) en el ICC - (2/2)
Fecha:Lunes, 15 de Noviembre, 2004  21:35:39 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

Motylev,A (2651) - Grischuk,A (2704) [B90]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (1), 15.11.2004

1.e4 c5 2.Cf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Cxd4 Cf6 5.Cc3 a6 6.f3 e6 7.Ae3 b5 8.g4 h6 9.Dd2 Cbd7 10.0-0-0 Ce5 11.g5N [ RR 11.a3 Ab7 12.Rb1 Tc8 13.Ae2 Cfd7 14.f4 Cc4 15.Axc4 Txc4 16.The1 Ae7 17.Af2 0-0 18.h4 Cc5 19.g5 h5 20.b3 Txc3 21.Dxc3 Cxe4 22.De3 Da5 23.Td3 g6 24.Rb2 Tc8 25.Ta1 Af8 Grischuk,A-Belov,V/playchess.com INT 2004/The Week in Chess 493/0-1 (54)] 11...hxg5 12.Axg5 Ab7 13.Tg1 Da5 14.a3 Tc8 15.Rb1 Txc3 16.Dxc3 Dxc3 17.bxc3 Txh2 18.Af4 Th5 19.Tg5 Txg5 20.Axg5 Cfd7 21.a4 bxa4 22.Ae2 Cc5 23.c4 g6 24.Th1 Ced7 25.Th8 e5 26.c3 exd4 27.cxd4 Axe4+ 28.fxe4 Cxe4 29.c5 Cxg5 30.c6 Cb6 31.Axa6 Ce6 32.Ra2 d5 33.Th1 Ad6 34.Th8+ Re7 0-1

 


3 SICILIAN def. SCHEVENINGEN var.

*Motylev - *Grischuk

15/11/2004.

1. e4 0 1... c5 855 2. Nf3 6 2... d6 5 3. d4 5 3... cxd4 6 4. Nxd4 6 4... Nf6 6 5. Nc3 5 5... a6 6 6. f3 6 6... e6 5 7. Be3 6 7... b5 6 8. g4 6 8... h6 7 9. Qd2 26 9... Nbd7 9 10. O-O-O 153 10... Ne5 5 11. g5 228 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: grischuk lost an EA? i'm stunned 11... hxg5 29 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: english attack, man Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: kirsan... my reliable sources tell me that it was an internet-game Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: ok... you realize that it makes the game insignificant 12. Bxg5 227 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: 10...Ne5 looks like a novelty, can anybody confirm ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: so much theory in the English Attack, it is impressive Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: well g5 with Bxg5 is quite far from a normal english attack -plan DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I think that if you play the English Attack you have no time for social life 466 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: well white wants f3-f4 obviously Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: and black has to come up with something to counter it Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: and Nc4 doesn't even do much without a B on e3... Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: i mean b4 Nce2 doesn't seem like a problem Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: oh, now i noticed your point, g5 hangs in some lines Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: but even b4 Nce2 Qa5 Kb1 Nc4 Qc1 looks ok for white? Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: hmm, it's hard to assess 12... Bb7 1187 13. Rg1 9 13... Qa5 62 14. a3 5 14... Rc8 13 15. Kb1 7 15... Rxc3 5 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: Nb3 looks good here rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: ok thx 16. Qxc3 454 16... Qxc3 6 17. bxc3 4 17... Rxh2 386 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: black is at least equal - likely better - here Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I'd rather play black here, but it's quite complex 18. Bf4 415 18... Rh5 630 19. Rg5 149 19... Rxg5 193 20. Bxg5 2 20... Nfd7 33 ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: While would seem better, but very tough to win 21. a4 62 21... bxa4 32 22. Be2 21 22... Nc5 15 23. c4 14 23... g6 16 24. Rh1 14 24... Ned7 17 25. Rh8 19 25... e5 15 26. c3 25 26... exd4 19 27. cxd4 11 27... Bxe4 12 28. fxe4 13 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: dunno, this for sure he didnt see :) 28... Nxe4 12 29. c5 21 29... Nxg5 26 30. c6 15 30... Nb6 14 31. Bxa6 16 31... Ne6 10 32. Ka2 17 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: black can even do d5, a3 32... d5 19 33. Rh1 14 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: when 33... Bd6 16 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think motylev went completely crazy in this game 34. Rh8 32 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: allowing 15...rxc3 was an elementary blunder 34... Ke7 10 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it was already bad after rxc3 ending aries2 (IM) kibitzes: white could have played better but he had weak pawns everywhere, he mistimed g5 also aries2 (IM) kibitzes: his 11. g5? was really not good NDShort (GM) kibitzes: what are you talking about? The guy just blundered a piece! aries2 (IM) kibitzes: blundering a piece sounds serious NDShort (GM) kibitzes: Slow death, my arse. He just ****ed up, big time. Sweere (GM) kibitzes: what was he doing (beginning with a4?) [0:1]

 

Epishin,V (2599) - Morozevich,A (2758) [D12]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (1), 15.11.2004

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Cf3 Cf6 4.e3 Af5 5.Cc3 e6 6.Ch4 Ae4 7.f3 [ RR 7.Db3 Dc7 8.f3 dxc4 9.Dxc4 Ad5 10.Cxd5 Cxd5 11.g3 Ab4+ 12.Rf2 Ae7 13.Cg2 Cd7 14.Ae2 e5 15.dxe5 Cxe5 16.Db3 h5 17.e4 Ac5+ 18.Rf1 Cb6 19.Dc2 Ad4 20.a4 a5 21.Ch4 g6 Epishin,V-Illescas Cordoba,M/Dos Hermanas ESP 2003/The Week in Chess 439/1/2-1/2 (93)] 7...Ag6 8.Db3 Dc7 [ RR 8...Db6 9.Cxg6 hxg6 10.Ad2 Cbd7 11.0-0-0 Dxb3 12.axb3 Ad6 13.h3 Ch5 14.Ad3 Cg3 15.The1 0-0-0 16.cxd5 exd5 17.e4 dxe4 18.fxe4 f6 19.Te3 Ch5 20.Tf3 g5 21.e5 fxe5 22.Axg5 Chf6 23.Af5 Kramnik,V-Shirov,A/Astana 2001/CD PDR/1/2-1/2 (55)] 9.cxd5N [ RR 9.Ad2 Ae7 ( RR 9...Cbd7 10.0-0-0 ( RR 10.Tc1 Tc8 11.g3 Db8 12.Rf2 Ae7 13.cxd5 exd5 14.Ah3 Td8 15.Ce2 0-0 16.Cxg6 hxg6 17.Dc2 Tfe8 18.The1 Ch7 19.Ag2 Cg5 20.Cf4 Cf6 21.b4 Ad6 22.Db3 a6 23.a4 Axf4 24.exf4 Ce6 Smyslov,V-Chernin,A/Montpellier 1985/CD PDR/1/2-1/2 (33)) 10...Ae7 11.Cxg6 hxg6 12.h3 dxc4 13.Axc4 b5 14.Ae2 a6 15.Ce4 Cxe4 16.fxe4 c5 17.Rb1 c4 18.Dc2 e5 19.b3 Tc8 20.bxc4 bxc4 21.Ac3 0-0 22.h4 Cf6 23.Ra1 Ad6 24.g4 Bu Xiangzhi-Guidarelli,L/Cannes FRA 2004/The Week in Chess 484/0-1 (44)) 10.Cxg6 hxg6 11.Tc1 Cbd7 12.h3 Cb6 13.cxd5 exd5 14.Rd1 a5 15.Ca4 Cxa4 16.Dxa4 0-0 17.Tc2 Ab4 18.Ac1 Dg3 19.Ad3 Tfc8 20.Db3 c5 21.dxc5 Cd7 22.c6 Txc6 23.Txc6 Dxg2 Ernst,S-Sokolov,I/Leeuwarden NED 2002/CD PDR/0-1 (31)] 9...cxd5 10.Ad2 Cc6 11.Tc1 a6 12.Ce2 Ad6 13.g3 De7 14.Cxg6 hxg6 15.Ag2 g5 16.e4 Ab4 17.e5 Cd7 18.De3 Axd2+ 19.Dxd2 Db4 20.Tc3 a5 21.0-0 a4 22.f4 gxf4 23.Txf4 Cb6 24.b3 axb3 25.axb3 Ta1+ 26.Af1 0-0 27.Dd3 Cd7 28.Th4 f5 29.Df3 Tfa8 30.Dh5 Cf8 31.Tf3 Dd2 32.Tf2 De3 33.Rg2 T8a2 34.Dh8+ Rf7 35.Thf4 Ce7 36.Dh5+ Cfg6 37.h4 Rg8 38.T4f3 De4 39.Dg5 Dg4 40.Dxg4 fxg4 41.Tc3 Cf5 42.Td3 Tb1 43.h5 Cge7 44.Cf4 Tbb2 45.Txb2 Txb2+ 46.Rg1 Rf7 47.Ae2 Cc6 48.Axg4 Cfxd4 49.Te3 b5 50.Te1 Txb3 51.Rg2 Tb2+ 52.Rh3 Tf2 53.Cd3 Cf3 54.Th1 Td2 55.Cf4 Ccxe5 56.Axe6+ Rf6 57.Axd5 Rf5 58.Ae6+ Rg5 59.Ad5 b4 60.Ce6+ Rxh5 61.Cxg7+ Rh6 62.Axf3 Rxg7 63.Ae4 b3 64.g4 b2 65.Rg3 Cf7 66.Rf4 Td4 67.Re3 Tb4 68.Ab1 Txg4 69.Rd3 Tg2 70.Rc3 Ce5 1/2-1/2

 


4 QUEEN'S gam. SLAV def.

*Epishin - *Morozevich

15/11/2004.

1. d4 0 1... d5 3 2. c4 2 2... c6 2 3. Nf3 1 3... Nf6 2 4. e3 2 4... Bf5 2 5. Nc3 2 5... e6 2 6. Nh4 2 6... Be4 2 7. f3 1 7... Bg6 3 8. Qb3 2 8... Qc7 4 9. cxd5 27 9... cxd5 12 10. Bd2 579 10... Nc6 17 11. Rc1 10 11... a6 152 12. Ne2 209 12... Bd6 1079 13. g3 274 13... Qe7 3506 14. Nxg6 9 14... hxg6 4 15. Bg2 3 15... g5 4 16. e4 4 16... Bb4 4 17. e5 4 17... Nd7 184 18. Qe3 129 igisme (FM) kibitzes: ok, lets kibitz then ;-) 18... Bxd2 1662 19. Qxd2 23 19... Qb4 6 20. Rc3 13 20... a5 3 21. O-O 4 21... a4 5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz 22. f4 1387 22... gxf4 47 23. Rxf4 4 23... Nb6 10 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: Moro time win? 24. b3 2845 24... axb3 3 25. axb3 2 25... Ra1 40 26. Bf1 4 26... O-O 16 27. Qd3 23 27... Nd7 6 28. Rh4 47 28... f5 3 29. Qf3 40 29... Rfa8 4 30. Qh5 11 30... Nf8 8 31. Rf3 11 31... Qd2 34 32. Rf2 4 32... Qe3 4 33. Kg2 8 33... R8a2 4 34. Qh8 5 34... Kf7 3 35. Rhf4 26 35... Ne7 8 36. Qh5 21 36... Nfg6 5 37. h4 2 37... Kg8 12 38. R4f3 8 38... Qe4 2 39. Qg5 5 39... Qg4 5 40. Qxg4 11 40... fxg4 2 41. Rc3 3 41... Nf5 9 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: white's position is revolting StarkL (FM) kibitzes: white can't move that many pieces DarkMagician (IM) kibitzes: drops the d4-pawn after exchange on f2 42. Rd3 1236 aries2 (IM) whispers: holds in some limited sense, it's torture aries2 (IM) whispers: i'm looking at ng6-e7-c6 42... Rb1 1488 43. h5 4 43... Nge7 18 44. Nf4 9 44... Rbb2 6 45. Rxb2 13 45... Rxb2 1 46. Kg1 3 46... Kf7 17 47. Be2 8 Volkov (GM) kibitzes: hi 47... Nc6 296 48. Bxg4 6 48... Nfxd4 3 49. Re3 16 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: maybe b5, b4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: b5, b4, rc2, rc3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: looks very bad for white aries2 (IM) kibitzes: WK penned on back aries2 (IM) kibitzes: bd1 looked ugly aries2 (IM) kibitzes: this is cake aries2 (IM) kibitzes: does anyone see a defense vs b5, b4, rc3, rc2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i just want to trade r's and eat e aries2 (IM) kibitzes: not sure what white can do against b5, b4, rc2, rc3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes why not aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i trade it to win e aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it's not hard to find moves for black here, he's dominating aries2 (IM) kibitzes: black can go backward with nd8 but he may not have to 49... b5 296 50. Re1 6 50... Rxb3 16 51. Kg2 13 51... Rb2 18 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it was hopeless with his K on back 52. Kh3 5 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it didn't matter aries2 (IM) kibitzes: epish is not going to die without a fight, he wants counterplay vs BK aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he cleared back rank for rf1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it was correct aries2 (IM) kibitzes: otherwise w had no counterplay aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes aries2 (IM) kibitzes: w is just trying for tricks vs BK aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rf1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: not dead aries2 (IM) kibitzes: not yet aries2 (IM) kibitzes: on rf2, it's not very stable there aries2 (IM) kibitzes: for ex., nf4-d3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: w did the right thing jettisoning b pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i don't love rf2, it's not stable 52... Rf2 203 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: now nd3 53. Nd3 10 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: just nd3 53... Nf3 3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ah-hah! coolness aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i missed that one, good shot aries2 (IM) kibitzes: moro is da man 54. Rh1 286 54... Rd2 7 55. Nf4 6 55... Ncxe5 430 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: dancing knights, watch out aries2 (IM) kibitzes: actually moro blew a 2 n's ending vs littlepeasant in the olympiad 56. Bxe6 154 56... Kf6 3 57. Bxd5 10 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i cant see a way for white to survive after Ng5+ Kh4 Kf5! on first sight 57... Kf5 204 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: hmm yeah, maybe FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i dont know actually, it looked good to me FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i guess this is quite brutal also, nothing much white can do 58. Be6 491 58... Kg5 5 59. Bd5 4 59... b4 10 60. Ne6 7 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: nah, still plenty of pull for black FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: kf6 bxf3 kxe6 is one reasonable try FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: kxh5 nxg7+ kg6 ne6! propably not so good 60... Kxh5 157 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: blacks still winning in my line it seems FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: Nxg7+ Kg6 Ne6 Ng5+! Nxg5 Kxg5 and white still seems busted Petrovich (GM) whispers: KNN vsKp is win DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Moro is playing like Tate today 61. Nxg7 283 61... Kh6 4 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Moro is not overrated, he is just irregular DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but he is that good Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Moro plays the worst chess of any top GM, he also plays the best chess (at times) and he also plays the strangest chess of a top GM. Why we love him ... lol ... Felfi (IM) kibitzes: My friend had a very interesting position in a coor. game: R+R+N vs R+R. FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: bxf3 nxf3 kg4+?? nh2+! is funny line FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: but it seems like after bxf3 both kxg7 rb1 and nxf3 rb1 lead to draw FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: why draw? FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: ah kh3, didnt seriously look at that Felfi (IM) kibitzes: I have found a forced win - with help of computers - of course. Felfi (IM) kibitzes: It was forced win after about 20 moves - no pawns. 62. Bxf3 354 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: so maybe kh3 b3, dont know if that is enough for anything either 62... Kxg7 7 63. Be4 7 63... b3 18 64. g4 5 64... b2 3 65. Kg3 4 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i guess this is easy draw too Felfi (IM) kibitzes: But, some moves were mine - you can not expect computer fo find some ideas. Enfatico (FM) whispers: morozevich are picado, he has a easy game for to win Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I thought black had the game locked down tight around move 40, maybe even earlier. But Moro doesn't have the tightest technique, just the biggest imagination. Felfi (IM) kibitzes: That is very long analyses. 65... Nf7 179 66. Kf4 5 Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: . go to dinner , moroze Kingway (IM) kibitzes: He was a pawn up with a better position at move 53, then he went for complications. My guess is he thought he saw a forced win to finish the game off and missed some detail, it happens. Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: .el tenia muy ganado, pero 52, tf2 dio chances de tablas Felfi (IM) kibitzes: With draw Epishin will have +2.1 ELO points Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: oye, tuthmosis,,,asi que eres el napoleon de icc, ja, ja, ja,,que original 66... Rd4 296 67. Ke3 3 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: draw Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: my opinion,,,Busch is a real stupid and clown of the power conservator politic in USA. Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: . republicans are insensibles mans..... 67... Rb4 311 68. Bb1 3 68... Rxg4 4 69. Kd3 2 69... Rg2 5 70. Kc3 2 70... Ne5 3 AGEA (FM) kibitzes: after rh7+ and rb7 soon only 6 pieces left :-) Stas (IM) kibitzes: probably white can force a tablebase draw Enfatico (FM) kibitzes: . i remember the lenguage Bushmania in the olders universitys,in USA, I HAVE SAD FOR THE PEOPLE THAT LIKE HIM Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: now this is scary... an admin does what pille tells him to do [½:½]

 

Tseshkovsky,V (2577) - Svidler,P (2735) [B92]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (1), 15.11.2004

1.e4 c5 2.Cf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Cxd4 Cf6 5.Cc3 a6 6.Ae2 e5 7.Cb3 Ae7 8.0-0 0-0 9.Rh1 Cc6 10.f3 [ RR 10.Ae3 Ae6 11.Dd2 a5 12.Tfd1 a4 13.Cc1 Ta5 14.Af3 a3 15.b3 Dc7 16.Cd3 Tc8 17.Tac1 h6 18.h3 Cd4 19.Axd4 exd4 20.Ce2 d5 21.e5 Ce4 22.De1 Cc3 23.Cxc3 Dxc3 24.Ag4 Dxe1+ Anand,V-Polgar,J/Mainz GER 2003/The Week in Chess 458/1-0 (55)] 10...Ae6 11.Cd5 a5 [ RR 11...Axd5 12.exd5 Cb4 13.c4 a5 14.Ad2 b6 15.Axb4 axb4 16.Cc1 Ch5 17.g3 Dc8 18.Tg1 Ag5 19.f4 Cxf4 20.gxf4 Axf4 21.Tg2 Ae3 22.Cd3 Dxc4 23.Cxe5 Dh4 24.Dd3 Ac5 25.Cf3 Dh6 26.Tf1 Tseshkovsky,V-Sakaev,K/St Petersburg RUS 2004/The Week in Chess 498/1-0 (35)] 12.c3N [ RR 12.Cxe7+ Dxe7 13.Ag5 Tfd8 14.f4 h6 15.fxe5 hxg5 16.exf6 gxf6 17.Cd4 Rg7 18.Cxc6 bxc6 19.Dd4 Th8 20.Tad1 d5 21.exd5 Axd5 22.Tf5 Tad8 23.Af3 Ae4 24.Txg5+ Ag6 25.Ad5 Txd5 26.Txd5 cxd5 Jakovenko,D-Vallejo Pons,F/Izmir TUR 2004/The Week in Chess 518/0-1 (27)] 12...a4 13.Cxf6+ Axf6 14.Cd2 Ce7 15.a3 h6 16.Ac4 d5 17.exd5 Cxd5 18.Ce4 Ae7 19.De2 Dc8 20.Aa2 Cb6 21.Axe6 Dxe6 22.Ae3 Dc4 23.Df2 Cd7 24.Tfd1 Tfd8 25.Cd6 De6 26.Cb5 Cf6 27.Te1 Dc4 28.Df1 Td3 29.f4 Dxb5 30.fxe5 Cg4 31.Ad4 Dd5 32.Df5 Txd4 33.cxd4 Dxd4 34.h3 Cf2+ 35.Rh2 g6 36.Df3 Cd3 37.Dxb7 Te8 38.Te4 Dc5 39.Dd7 Td8 40.Dxa4 Cxe5 41.Tf1 Rg7 42.Te2 h5 43.Df4 Td4 44.De3 Dd5 45.Rh1 Ad6 46.Dg5 f5 47.Tfe1 Cf7 48.Dc1 f4 49.Tf2 Td3 50.Dc8 f3 51.Txf3 Txf3 52.gxf3 Dxf3+ 53.Rg1 Ah2+ 0-1

 


5 SICILIAN def. NAJDORF var.

*Tseshkovsky - *Svidler

15/11/2004.

1. e4 0 1... c5 2 2. Nf3 7 2... d6 7 3. d4 5 3... cxd4 7 4. Nxd4 1 4... Nf6 5 5. Nc3 6 5... a6 7 6. Be2 5 6... e5 5 7. Nb3 5 7... Be7 12 8. O-O 5 8... O-O 3 9. Kh1 7 9... Nc6 7 10. f3 5 10... Be6 11 11. Nd5 5 11... a5 6 12. c3 17 12... a4 236 13. Nxf6 7 13... Bxf6 7 14. Nd2 5 14... Ne7 158 15. a3 486 15... h6 466 Russek (IM) kibitzes: axb3 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: Bc4 or Nc4 next obviously, im kind of surprised black didnt prevent this by playing 15..Qc7 16. Bc4 4208 16... d5 6 17. exd5 7 17... Nxd5 2 18. Ne4 7 18... Be7 10 19. Qe2 6 19... Qc8 25 20. Ba2 8 20... Nb6 6 21. Bxe6 8 21... Qxe6 5 22. Be3 8 22... Qc4 23 23. Qf2 947 23... Nd7 171 24. Rfd1 341 24... Rfd8 384 ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: Black is better. White Q side majority immobilezed, black K side majority mobile. Still, white should be able to hold. ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: Agree. Doubling on only open file very logical. ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: If ... f5, Nd6 looks OK 25. Nd6 662 Sweere (GM) kibitzes: equal Sweere (GM) kibitzes: whatever, let's just watch the game Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Black can go Qe6 and if Nb7 then Rdb8 Nc5 all excahnges and Rb2 25... Qe6 919 26. Nb5 9 26... Nf6 9 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: hahaha zappi ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: True zappi. I lived in Glendale CA big Armenian population. My dry cleaner, shoe repair person and video rental person were all 2200+ strength. Each insisted on speed games when I dropped in. Miracle I ever got to work. StarkL (FM) kibitzes: lol eljeffe 27. Re1 2850 27... Qc4 5 28. Qf1 3 28... Rd3 4 29. f4 7 29... Qxb5 11 30. fxe5 2 30... Ng4 3 31. Bd4 9 31... Qd5 11 32. Qf5 8 32... Rxd4 6 Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: I think this is not the game NDShort (GM) kibitzes: Littlekar-park. Don't you have "business obligations"? 33. cxd4 888 33... Qxd4 6 34. h3 6 34... Nf2 5 35. Kh2 5 35... g6 5 36. Qf3 7 36... Nd3 5 37. Qxb7 13 37... Re8 7 38. Re4 6 38... Qc5 9 39. Qd7 6 39... Rd8 11 40. Qxa4 19 40... Nxe5 7 41. Rf1 8 41... Kg7 1386 42. Re2 5 42... h5 7 43. Qf4 6 Speelman (GM) kibitzes: Is Rd4 a good idea now? 43... Rd4 579 44. Qe3 289 44... Qd5 6 45. Kh1 11 Salinnikov (IM) kibitzes: 60 Salinnikov (IM) kibitzes: he was champion of USSR in 1978, if I'm not mistaken :) Salinnikov (IM) kibitzes: i was born in 1978 :) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: classic situation, to attack black might have to open up his own K somewhat 45... Bd6 344 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: at some point, black might do f7-f5 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: position still full of struggle aries2 (IM) kibitzes: tsesh is not a good time manager, that will help svid aries2 (IM) kibitzes: does white have qg5 here aries2 (IM) kibitzes: not seeing anything else to do, qg5 46. Qg5 418 46... f5 11 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Guess the Move! Tell me your predictions before each move. aries2 (IM) kibitzes: white just has to make moves, try to tempt black to open up his own K a little aries2 (IM) kibitzes: now, not seeing anything else (re3?? nf7!), qg5-c1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he can't, he has to hassle black and try to contain the initiative 47. Rfe1 257 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 47.Rfe1: Muddus (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he did a good thing by provoking f5 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: the r's need to be less bottled up LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: I would say Rd3 first 47... Nf7 379 48. Qc1 6 48... f4 6 49. Rf2 299 49... Rd3 10 50. Qc8 9 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: the svid is doing the job aries2 (IM) kibitzes: f3, qe6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: then bg3 ok aries2 (IM) kibitzes: why fg, i have rg2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: so f3 for black aries2 (IM) kibitzes: if f3, something disgusting like g4 would happen aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it loses for white 50... f3 287 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 50...f3: Kings-dare LookUp prasanna FWCC (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: you jumped over your own pawn kings-dare, you forfeit aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rxf3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rxf3 rxf3 gxf3 qxf3 kg1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ok white plays rxf3 51. Rxf3 314 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 51.Rxf3: aries2 prasanna (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 51... Rxf3 4 52. gxf3 6 52... Qxf3 6 53. Kg1 7 53... Bh2 6 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 53...Bh2+: ccie1 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: good shot [0:1]

 


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