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Fecha:Lunes, 15 de Noviembre, 2004  21:35:39 (-0000)
Autor:=?UTF-8?Q?Angel_Jim=C3=A9nez?= <aarteaga @...............com>

Today at 16.00 in a hall of restaurant " ВаÑилÑевÑкий " of hotel Russia has started the superending of 57-th championship among men. After the parting words told by president РШФ by Alexander Zhukovym at opening ceremony of the championship, contenders have left on game with good fighting наÑÑÑоем. Alexey Dreeva's party(set) (white) with Artem ТимоÑеевÑм has rather quickly come to the end in a draw. Black have managed to neutralize pressure white in the center and have transferred(translated) game in equal ÑндÑ¿илÑ. The first in the championship Alexander Motyleva's party(set) with Alexander Grishchukom became productive. As a result of short tactical skirmish(wrangle) black have achieved significant material overweight, and white have preferred to not tighten(delay) resistance.

     13-th world champion Harry Kasparov white figures in brilliant style has won against Eugeny Bareeva. Having grasped with a debut the initiative, it(he) not on one course has not allowed to doubt of final result of a party(set). On the sixth hour of game the veteran of tournament Vitaly Tseshkovsky from Krasnodar has not resisted(stood) against the owner of 8-th position in Peter Svidlera's world(global) rating. Black figures ¿еÑеÑбÑÑжÑкий the grand master has grasped the initiative and, gradually forcing pressure upon king of the contender, has confidently finished a party(set) with a victory.

     The meeting of other Petersburg grand master, Vladimir Epishina (white) with 4 number of world(global) classification by Alexander Morozevichem has come to the end with last. The party(set) has turned out very fighting. But, despite of persevering attempts of the Moscow grand master to realize the overweight received in a debut, white it was possible to defend the position and to reduce a party(set) to a drawn game.

 

 

Hoy en 16,00 en un vestíbulo del restaurante " Aàñèëüåâñêèé " del hotel Rusia ha empezado el superending del campeonato de 57 th entre hombres. Después que las palabras de despedida dichas por ÐOO de presidente por Alexander Zhukovym en abrir la ceremonia del campeonato, los contendientes han dejado en el juego con luchar bueno íàñòðîåì. El partido (conjunto) (blanco) de Dreeva de Alexey con Artem Oèìîôååâûì m¡s bien ha venido r¡pidamente al fin en una atracción. Negro ha logrado neutralizar la presión blanca en el centro y ha transferido (traducido) el juego en el ýíäøïèëü igual. El primer en el partido (conjunto) de Motyleva de campeonato Alexander con Alexander Grishchukom llegó a ser productivo. Como resultado de escaramuza (riña) t¡ctica corta negra ha logrado significativo material de peso excesivo, y blanco ha preferido no apretar (demora) la resistencia. El campeón de 13 th del mundo Harry Kasparov las figuras blancas en el estilo brillante han ganado contra Eugeny Bareeva. Agarró con una presentación la iniciativa, lo (él) no en un curso no ha permitido dudar del resultado final de un partido (conjunto). En la sexta hora del juego el veterano del torneo Tseshkovsky Vida de Krasnodar no ha resistido se (paró) contra el dueño de la posición de 8 th en mundo (global) de Svidlera de Peter que valora. Iåòåð¡óðæñêèé negro de figuras que el maestro grande ha agarrado la iniciativa y, forzando gradualmente la presión sobre el rey del contendiente, ha terminado seguramente un partido (conjunto) con una victoria. La reunión de otro Petersburg maestro grande, Epishina (blanco) de Vladimir con 4 número de la clasificación de mundo (global) por Alexander Morozevichem ha venido al fin con último. El partido (conjunto) ha resultado muy luchador. Pero, a pesar de de perseverar las tentativas del Moscú maestro grande darse cuenta del de peso excesivo recibido en una presentación, blanco era posible defender la posición y para reducir un partido (conjunto) a un juego dibujado.

 

 

Dreev,A (2698) - Timofeev,A (2611) [D80]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (1), 15.11.2004

1.d4 Cf6 2.c4 g6 3.Cc3 d5 4.Ag5 Ce4 5.Ah4 Ag7 6.cxd5 Cxc3 7.bxc3 Dxd5 8.e3 c5 9.Df3 Dxf3 [ RR 9...Dd8 10.Ac4 0-0 11.Ce2 cxd4 12.exd4 Dc7 13.Ab3 Cc6 14.0-0 e5 15.Tad1 Ca5 16.Ad5 Ae6 17.Axe6 fxe6 18.De4 Dc4 19.f3 exd4 20.cxd4 Cc6 21.Td2 Tac8 22.Tfd1 Ah6 23.Tb2 b6 24.Af2 Sokolov,I-Nijboer,F/Leeuwarden NED 2004/The Week in Chess 505/1-0 (34)] 10.Cxf3 Cc6 11.Tb1 0-0 12.Ad3 Te8 13.Ae4 cxd4 14.cxd4 e5 15.Axc6 bxc6 16.Cxe5 c5 17.0-0 cxd4 18.exd4 Axe5 19.dxe5 Txe5 20.Tfe1 1/2-1/2

 


1 GRUNFELD def.

*Dreev - *Timofeev

½:½, 15/11/2004.

1. d4 0 1... Nf6 2 2. c4 166 2... g6 3 3. Nc3 3 3... d5 3 4. Bg5 2 4... Ne4 1 5. Bh4 2 5... Bg7 953 6. cxd5 7 6... Nxc3 3 7. bxc3 2 7... Qxd5 2 8. e3 6 8... c5 1 9. Qf3 4 9... Qxf3 301 10. Nxf3 7 10... Nc6 9 11. Rb1 4 11... O-O 1340 12. Bd3 103 12... Re8 611 13. Be4 3466 13... cxd4 68 14. cxd4 1 14... e5 9 15. Bxc6 2378 15... bxc6 4 16. Nxe5 10 16... c5 327 17. O-O 7 17... cxd4 12 18. exd4 4 18... Bxe5 713 19. dxe5 1 19... Rxe5 3 20. Rfe1 5 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: not true Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: Be3 oli mainline ainakin ennen ku c5 keksittiin [½:½]

 

 

Kasparov,G (2813) - Bareev,E (2715) [B19]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (1), 15.11.2004

1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.Cd2 dxe4 4.Cxe4 Af5 5.Cg3 Ag6 6.h4 h6 7.Cf3 e6 8.Ce5 Ah7 9.Ad3 Axd3 10.Dxd3 Cd7 11.f4 Cgf6 12.Ad2 c5 [ RR 12...Ad6 13.0-0-0 Dc7 14.Rb1 0-0 15.Ce2 Tad8 16.Df3 h5 17.Thg1 c5 18.g4 Axe5 19.dxe5 Cxg4 20.Cg3 f5 21.exf6 Cdxf6 22.Cxh5 Cxh5 23.Dxg4 Tf5 24.De2 Df7 25.Tde1 Cxf4 26.Axf4 Txf4 27.h5 Anand,V-Ivanchuk,V/Linares 1999/CD PDR/1/2-1/2 (45)] 13.0-0-0 Ae7 14.Ac3 0-0 15.dxc5N [ RR 15.Df3 cxd4 16.Axd4 Cxe5 17.fxe5 Cd5 18.Ce4 Tc8 19.Rb1 Dc7 20.c3 Dc6 21.Dg4 f5 22.exf6 Cxf6 23.Axf6 Axf6 24.Td6 Dc4 25.Thd1 Rh8 26.Txe6 Tcd8 27.Txd8 Axd8 28.Td6 Tf1+ 29.Rc2 Da4+ Timoshenko,G-Svetushkin,D/Kiev 2001/CD PDR/1-0 (40)] 15...Cxe5 16.fxe5 Cd5 17.Ad2 Dc7 18.c4 Dxc5 19.Ce4 Dc6 20.Rb1 Cb6 21.b3 Tad8 22.Df3 Td4 23.Cd6 f6 24.Cb5 Dxf3 25.gxf3 Td3 26.Aa5 Txd1+ 27.Txd1 Cc8 28.Td7 fxe5 29.Txb7 Axh4 30.Ab4 Td8 31.Aa5 Tf8 32.Ab4 Td8 33.c5 Ae7 34.Cxa7 Cxa7 35.Txa7 Af8 36.Aa5 Axc5 37.Txg7+ Rxg7 38.Axd8 Aa3 39.Rc2 Rg6 40.Rc3 h5 41.b4 Rf5 42.Rb3 Ac1 43.b5 Rf4 44.a4 Rxf3 45.a5 e4 46.a6 Ae3 47.b6 h4 48.a7 1-0

 


2 CARO-KANN

*Kasparov - *Bareev

15/11/2004.

1. e4 0 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 1.e4: kernel KILL (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 1... c6 2 2. d4 3 2... d5 4 3. Nd2 9 3... dxe4 6 4. Nxe4 5 4... Bf5 7 5. Ng3 6 5... Bg6 6 6. h4 6 6... h6 5 7. Nf3 6 7... e6 60 8. Ne5 209 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 8.Ne5: guest2780 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 8... Bh7 118 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 8...Bh7: Rupfer Kroll Fettern joelbanawa squiff lat1 guest2780 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 9. Bd3 6 9... Bxd3 7 10. Qxd3 2 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 10.Qxd3: guest2780 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 10... Nd7 9 11. f4 219 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 11.f4: RL3 squiff Stan Knightemp (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 11... Ngf6 8 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: hahaha Broatse 12. Bd2 45 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 12.Bd2: guest2780 SaoCarlosII alphaz Thankupls (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 12... c5 335 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 12...c5: lat1 Rupfer anandrulez Fighterknight (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Desant (GM) kibitzes: oh caro can Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: officially? :) 13. O-O-O 108 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 13.O-O-O: Nyysti guest2780 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: another great decision by FIDE :) 13... Be7 53 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 13...Be7: guest2780 Sulfur (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: norwegian Desant (GM) kibitzes: f5 ! Desant (GM) kibitzes: :) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: joo, mee vaan paskalle Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: yes... norwegian is a filthy language! Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: norjalaiset on Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: lol Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: tsot tost Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: no, only norwegian 14. Bc3 822 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 14.Bc3: guest2780 guest5713 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 14... O-O 64 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 14...O-O: Rupfer (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: as far as I know, Kasparov never faced this 7...e6 variation before. It is considered a little bit inferior, so it's strange to see Bareev playing this against world's number one. DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: when the variation was in fashion and considered reliable, botte DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I like Qf3 now, intending f5 or Nh5 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: sounds unlikely to be 140 30, the game would end just about tomorrow DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: calm dowm Kasparov-lovers, Bareev is a great defender and knows this position better than Kasparov, so there will be no mate attack, believe me ! 15. dxc5 766 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 15.dxc5: Botte Fettern mannerud OyvindM (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: why isn't Karpov playing, anyway ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Kramnik's withdrawal was even understandable, if he really is sick, but Karpov actually attented to the tournament press conference, how could he withdraw after that ?? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: haha Josh... Kamsky is losing to Fridman, how can you compare him with Vishy ?? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: yes, Kasparov played here as vadik and yotam DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I remember a funny thing, one day vadik was playing and there was about 7 admins (the only ones to know who vadik was) observing the game! DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I think black's position is fine. 15...Nxc5 16.Qf3 Qc7 17.Nh5 Rfd8 18.Nxf6+ Bxf6 19.g4 Rxd1+ 20.Rxd1 Rd8 with lots of exchanges LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: yes, he is a very weak player. Fischer, Tate, Smallville and others are genius, kasparov is just a beginner DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I agree, Fighterknight, Kasparov is not 2800+ strenght anymore DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: maybe Kasparov still has lots of energy, but he doesn't concentrate them on chess anymore, so... DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: thanks for keeping us up to speed, Zek DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: where is Fischer right now, still in jail ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: how depressing... DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: poor Bobby bellicose (IM) kibitzes: ciao DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: who is Tate ?? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I have never heard of no Tate, sorry :) who is he/she ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but why were people comparing Tate to Fischer ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: would anybody call Tate and tell him I'm challenging him ? :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: oh, so he has an agent now... DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I accept to play Tate at classical time control, I am too bad at blitz DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: is Tate even alive nowadays ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: how old ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: do you guys think that a Tate-Coelho match is appealing to sponsors ? :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: haha mares... what you been smoking ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: maybe it's just me, but I think black is fine... the game might have ended in a draw already DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I am the nicest teacher mares, but I admit Volkov plays better :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: hahaha DeepLoser... 15... Nxe5 2683 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 15...Nxe5: tarta Botte Fighterknight Feeder (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 16. fxe5 25 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 16.fxe5: Zaehneknirscher (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 16... Nd5 9 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 16...Nd5: Rupfer (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Woef (IM) kibitzes: the whole world is happy drfabby DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Ne4 IndianCobra (IM) kibitzes: whats the official english site? Woef (IM) kibitzes: Ne4 looks good S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: ?? 17. Bd2 498 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: fi Kasparov 17... Qc7 606 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 17...Qc7: SaoCarlosII Zaehneknirscher RebelRex freedom-man Rupfer Manalishi (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 18. c4 11 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 18.c4: Rupfer (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Arakel (FM) kibitzes: I don't get that line with b4 18... Qxc5 214 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 18...Qxc5: Zaehneknirscher guest2201 Botte giomu Sulfur guest2780 hangin Rupfer MiniKasparov lat1 timmins Sterile (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 19. Ne4 8 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 19.Ne4: guest2780 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 19... Qc6 90 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 19...Qc6: shatmang (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 20. Kb1 61 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 20.Kb1: TeeRex (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) ChessMentor (IM) kibitzes: 1-0 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Kramnik and Karpov had the same "illness" -- not wanting to get beat on like a drum rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: Kaspy has used a lot of time Desant (GM) kibitzes: hi there! smeets (GM) kibitzes: predicting Nb6, b3 Woef (IM) kibitzes: agrees smeets Woef (IM) kibitzes: agreed rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: if white could get in Rh3..... smeets (GM) kibitzes: how about this line guys? 20... Nb4 21.Bxb4 Bxb4 22.Ng5 hxg5 23.hxg5 Rfd8 24.Qh7+ Kf8 25.Rdf1 Desant (GM) kibitzes: and what if i take on c4 with queen Desant (GM) kibitzes: smeets smeets (GM) kibitzes: then mate, qh8+ ke7 rzf7+ LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Colin Powell resigned? Desant (GM) kibitzes: kf7 20... Nb6 989 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 20...Nb6: josje Rupfer drunkman PhD Zaehneknirscher shatmang RebelRex Stone1 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qh8+?? wtf? Desant (GM) kibitzes: and g6 :) Desant (GM) kibitzes: great smeets Desant (GM) kibitzes: nice smeets (GM) kibitzes: thx:) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Capa played like 20 games in that span, that doesnt seem fair :P FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: just b3, white should be better here, white has better king and black's knight sucks LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Jobava used Fritz analysis, he just copied them into the board :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: dunno but give me some! Tankist (GM) kibitzes: i dont think black has problems here LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: black's position sucks LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: what is vinoo smoking? Smallville isn't here Arakel (FM) kibitzes: 21.Ng5 Bxg5 and Rfd8 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Shirov likes losing to Kasparov LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Bg5 is a nice move btw 21. b3 350 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 21.b3: guest2780 Zaehneknirscher Rupfer guest5993 josje elbowroom livermore-jesse Stan (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Krasapa (IM) kibitzes: mda, kasparov u*e ne tot, no etu po3iciiu on ewe dol*en vyigrat:) 21... Rad8 345 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 21...Rad8: FWCC (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: I've always wondered how come 90% of the ICC kibbitzers know the result of the game like 15-20 moves before the players themselves figure it out igisme (FM) kibitzes: lazypawn its cos the kibitzers are all 2800+ FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: qe3 seems most natural here, with some advantage for wh FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: it is necessary to prevent Rd4, thats why e3 jorquerino (FM) kibitzes: De2 es interesante jorquerino (FM) kibitzes: jejeje LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: Maybe white wants to keep rooks on board, he could try Qc2 Rd4 Rde1, followed by Bc3. The d file is not so effective if white gets his Kside attack going FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: yeah, lazypawn's idea (with qc2+rde1) seems good also FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: maybe qc2 rd4 rde1 rfd8 g4!? FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: caveman tactics FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: ah g4 meets tactical refutation, rxe4 there FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: so bc3 first is necessary LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: Frozen, I was looking at that line, do you think Nxc4 is dangerous after Bc3? FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i guess nxc4 is possible, bxc4 rxc4 and white seems quite tied up 22. Qf3 663 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 22.Qf3: guest2780 Zaehneknirscher FortKnox bigmac Stan (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: any1 names LP rules LazyPawn (IM) kibitzes: It seems to me that Kasparov hasn't lost much of his playing strength, but he is very slow lately. In almost all of his games played in the last 2 years he was in time trouble FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: someone tell me what has this tate guy done to achieve such gang of loyal worshippers? FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i want one too! FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: i need to start playing bad or exciting or both GS? :) bellicose (IM) kibitzes: what a Tate spam Shall we laugh? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: a couple hours ago people were teasing me with all this Tate chat, now it seems to be FrozenShade's turn! FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: guest2201(U) tells you: try this http://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1314068 FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: looked nice :) StarkL (FM) kibitzes: lol FS ;-)) this tactic is in trainingbot here Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: how many stars is it Lars? one? Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: for 1200-1400 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: ;-) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: problems in trainingbot are classified by stars Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: dunno, eight or nine or something Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: killed a bear with a sling and a giant? 22... Rd4 1028 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 22...Rd4: josje shatmang Stan guest5993 PhD guest6408 drunkman bigmac (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 23. Nd6 10 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: what does the comp evaluate here? rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: lol rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: no lighter (IM) kibitzes: BxN QxQ bxQ exd Rxd6 c5 RxB and Nd5 any compensation here? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Emory Tate, what a legend DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I will be him hopefully, Seingalt Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Duif, it's 2500 for a GM, not 2600 lighter (IM) kibitzes: f6 also d a Finegold (IM) kibitzes: all of them ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: f6 Nxb7 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Denker was telling me when he was a little child about the day god was born.... lighter (IM) kibitzes: f6 Nxb7 QxQ gxf fxe Na5 +/- ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: white will get a strong passed c-pawn soon DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: he isnt weak, hes just old Sweere (GM) kibitzes: 25 years ago Buhuti was very good Sweere (GM) kibitzes: I played him like 5 times - tough player lighter (IM) kibitzes: exchange sac after c5 Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Gurgenidze? Tournaments of course lighter (IM) kibitzes: Nd7 is interesting lighter (IM) kibitzes: Nd7 Bc3 maybe Sweere (GM) kibitzes: nobody calls me that except for Jerry Hanken smeets (GM) kibitzes: saturday shirov was playing on board 3! 23... f6 1871 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 23...f6: bigmac DeepRabbit (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 24. Nb5 7 24... Qxf3 8 25. gxf3 12 25... Rd3 6 26. Ba5 9 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 26.Ba5: Rupfer (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) jensk (IM) kibitzes: Dont know - but I can assure that there isnt much to see :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Anand is no where near the legend Kasparov is, even if he is stronger now LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Tate is god LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Zeus was a god, kind of retired now jensk (IM) kibitzes: Gutmayer - definitely Woef (IM) kibitzes: is 26...Rxd1+ 27.Rxd1 fxe5 28.Nxa5 Bc5 possible? Sweere (GM) kibitzes: john petrucci Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Tony Levin Sweere (GM) kibitzes: while there are no moves coming I'll get my Prog fix StarkL (FM) kibitzes: prog fix? 26... Rxd1 1816 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 26...Rxd1+: josje Morrowind bfritz (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 27. Rxd1 7 27... Nc8 6 28. Rd7 49 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 28.Rd7: Morrowind FWCC Roquentin (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 28... fxe5 13 29. Rxb7 1 29... Bxh4 13 30. Bb4 7 30... Rd8 8 31. Ba5 18 31... Rf8 11 32. Bb4 36 32... Rd8 23 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 32...Rd8: josje (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 33. c5 4 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: Mega being calm ;-)) hehe f4 33... Be7 31 34. Nxa7 17 34... Nxa7 9 35. Rxa7 1 35... Bf8 9 36. Ba5 13 Morfius (IM) kibitzes: easy win for kasparov this game 36... Bxc5 13 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 36...Bxc5: lat1 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 37. Rxg7 3 37... Kxg7 14 38. Bxd8 3 38... Ba3 7 39. Kc2 8 39... Kg6 13 40. Kc3 6 40... h5 13 41. b4 13 41... Kf5 12 lighter (IM) kibitzes: it seems f6 was wrong lighter (IM) kibitzes: Bareev should sac exchange Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: b5 wins Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: b5 Bc5 Kd3 +- Thalaiva (IM) kibitzes: Kb3 Bc1 a4 Bg5 Bb6 h4 a5 h3 Bg1 Be3 Bh2 Bf4 a6 Bh2 a7 Bg1 A8Q h2 Qh8 white wins Seabiscuit (FM) kibitzes: Doctor said that smoking and drinking are fine, but don't play Kasparov Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: ob 2 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I dont get the point behind Kb3 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: b5+a4 is simple enough modulator (IM) kibitzes: b5 e4? 42. Kb3 73 Sweere (GM) kibitzes: b5 e4 fe4 Ke4 Kc4! and wins 42... Bc1 7 modulator (IM) kibitzes: b4 e4 fe4 Ke4 Kc4 Ke5 modulator (IM) kibitzes: sorry then Bc7+ Sweere (GM) kibitzes: a4 Bg5?? Bg5 Kg5 both queens and then white plays f4 urolog (GM) kibitzes: Bb6 and a2-a4...a8q Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Bb6? allows Black to push the h-pawn Sweere (GM) kibitzes: simply a4 e4 fe4 Ke4 Kc4 and wins FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: a4 Bg5 is not a problem, sweere? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Frozen last move f4+ FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: oh, whoops:) Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: hi to all 43. b5 646 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 43.b5: atimco mitya PhD SashaB JD185152 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) modulator (IM) kibitzes: a4 bg5 bg5 kg5 a5 e4! f4+ Kf4 a6 e3 Kc2 Kg3! =? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I just noticed white has the wrong bishop StarkL (FM) kibitzes: why didn't white play 42.b5 ? Sweere (GM) kibitzes: his 27...Nc8 looked passive modulator (IM) kibitzes: what happens after e4 fe4 Ke5? 43... Kf4 505 44. a4 6 44... Kxf3 8 45. a5 6 45... e4 6 46. a6 6 46... Be3 213 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 46...Be3: insipid HDA Me-better TaoOfDoom miser FWCC (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) 47. b6 7 47... h4 7 48. a7 7 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: h3 Bc7 [1:0]

 

 

 


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