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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57th Ch Ruso (3) - 1/2
Fecha:Miercoles, 17 de Noviembre, 2004  20:57:27 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

After four hours of game two parties(sets) have come to the end. Alexey Dreev after a yesterday's victory has made a fast drawn game white with Alexander Grishchukom. Vladimir Epishin in a party(set) against Eugeny Bareeva has played rather harmless variant of Slavic protection. Black without special problems have balanced game, and on 26-th course contenders have agreed to a drawn game. Other meetings still proceed.

 

 

Dreev,A (2698) - Grischuk,A (2704) [D80]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (3), 17.11.2004

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Bg5 Ne4 5.Bh4 Nxc3 6.bxc3 dxc4 7.e3 Be6 8.Qb1 Qd5 [ RR 8...b6 9.Nh3 Bh6 10.Ng5 Bxg5 11.Bxg5 Qd5 12.Bh4 Nc6 13.f3 Qa5 14.Qb2 0-0-0 15.Be2 g5 16.Bg3 f5 17.0-0 Rhg8 18.e4 f4 19.Bf2 g4 20.fxg4 Bxg4 21.Bxc4 Qh5 22.Bxg8 Rxg8 23.Qd2 Kacheishvili,G-Vallejo Pons,F/Calvia ESP 2004/The Week in Chess 520/0-1 (32)] 9.Ne2N [ RR 9.Nf3 Qa5 10.Qb2 Nd7 11.Be2 Nb6 12.0-0 Na4 13.Qxb7 Bd5 14.Qb1 Nxc3 15.Qe1 Bg7 16.e4 Nxe2+ 17.Qxe2 Be6 18.d5 Bxa1 19.dxe6 Bf6 20.e5 Bxh4 21.exf7+ Kxf7 22.Qxc4+ Kg7 23.Qxh4 Rae8 Atalik,S-Predojevic,B/Sarajevo BIH 2004/The Week in Chess 498/1/2-1/2 (31)] 9...Bc8 10.a4 1/2-1/2

Epishin,V (2599) - Bareev,E (2715) [D10]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (3), 17.11.2004

1.d4 d5 2.c4 c6 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e3 a6 5.Nf3 b5 6.b3 Bg4 7.Be2 e6 8.h3 Bh5 9.0-0 Nbd7 10.Ne5 Bxe2 11.Nxe2 Bd6 [ RR 11...dxc4 12.Nxd7 Qxd7 13.bxc4 Be7 14.c5 0-0 15.Qc2 Qd5 16.f3 e5 17.e4 Qc4 18.Qxc4 bxc4 19.Ba3 Rfd8 20.Rfd1 Nd7 21.Rac1 exd4 22.Rxc4 Ne5 23.Rcxd4 Nc4 24.Rxd8+ Bxd8 25.Bb4 Be7 26.Rc1 Epishin,V-Franco Ocampos,Z/Dos Hermanas ESP 2004/The Week in Chess 491/1-0 (51)] 12.Bb2 bxc4 13.bxc4 0-0 14.Rb1N [ RR 14.Qc2 Qc7 15.cxd5 ( RR 15.Nd3 Ne4 16.Rfd1 Rfc8 17.c5 Be7 18.f3 Ng3 19.Nxg3 Qxg3 20.Bc3 e5 21.Qf2 Qg6 22.Rab1 Rab8 23.Rb3 Rb5 24.Ra3 Ra8 25.Ra4 exd4 26.exd4 1/2-1/2 Georgiev,K-Movsesian,S/Calvia ESP 2004/The Week in Chess 520 (26)) 15...cxd5 16.Qxc7 Bxc7 17.Rfc1 Rfc8 18.Nf4 Nxe5 19.dxe5 Nd7 20.Nd3 Bb6 21.Rxc8+ Rxc8 22.Rc1 Rxc1+ 23.Nxc1 Kf8 24.Kf1 Ke8 25.Ke2 Kd8 26.Bd4 Kc7 27.Kd3 Kc6 28.Kc3 Kb5 Horvath,C-Dautov,R/Budapest HUN 2004/The Week in Chess 515/1/2-1/2 (28)] 14...Qc7 15.Nxd7 Qxd7 16.Qa4 Rfb8 17.Bc3 Qc8 18.Rfc1 Rxb1 19.Rxb1 Rb8 20.Rb3 dxc4 21.Qxc4 Rxb3 22.Qxb3 Nd5 23.g3 c5 24.dxc5 Qxc5 25.Bd4 Qc6 26.Nc3 Nxc3 1/2-1/2

Motylev,A (2651) - Korotylev,A (2596) [B63]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (3), 17.11.2004

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Nc6 6.Bg5 e6 7.Qd2 Qb6 8.0-0-0 Be7 9.f3 Qxd4 10.Qxd4 Nxd4 11.Rxd4 a6 12.Na4N [ RR 12.Bc4 Bd7 13.Rhd1 Bc6 14.Bh4 0-0 15.Bg3 Ne8 16.Bb3 Bg5+ 17.Kb1 Bf6 18.R4d3 Be5 19.Ne2 Bxg3 20.hxg3 b5 21.a3 Rb8 22.c4 bxc4 23.Bxc4 Bb5 24.Rc1 Bxc4 25.Rxc4 f5 26.Nf4 fxe4 Volokitin,A-Paschall,W/Southampton BER 2003/The Week in Chess 451/1-0 (48)] 12...Nd7 13.Bxe7 Kxe7 14.c4 Rb8 15.Be2 Nc5 16.Nb6 Rd8 17.b4 e5 18.Rd2 Ne6 19.Rb2 Nd4 20.Kd2 Be6 21.Ke3 g6 22.Bd3 f5 23.a4 f4+ 24.Kf2 g5 25.h3 h5 26.a5 Rh8 27.b5 g4 28.Nd5+ Bxd5 29.exd5 g3+ 30.Ke1 Ra8 31.Kd2 axb5 32.Ra1 b6 33.cxb5 Rxa5 34.Rxa5 bxa5 35.h4 Rb8 36.b6 a4 37.Rb4 a3 38.Bc4 e4 39.fxe4 f3 40.Rb1 fxg2 41.Ke3 Rxb6 42.Rg1 Nc2+ 43.Kf4 Rb4 44.Bd3 Rb2 45.Bc4 Nd4 0-1

Tseshkovsky,V (2577) - Morozevich,A (2758) [C45]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (3), 17.11.2004

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.Nxd4 Bc5 5.Nxc6 Qf6 6.Qf3 Qxf3 7.gxf3 bxc6 8.Rg1N [ RR 8.Nd2 Ne7 9.Nb3 Bb6 10.a4 a5 11.Be3 Bxe3 12.fxe3 d6 13.0-0-0 Be6 14.Nd4 Bd7 15.Rg1 g6 16.Rd2 c5 17.Nb5 0-0-0 18.Nc3 1/2-1/2 Vallejo Pons,F-Kramnik,V/Linares ESP 2004/The Week in Chess 485 (18); RR 8.Be3 Bxe3 9.fxe3 Ne7 ( RR 9...Nf6 10.Nc3 0-0 11.0-0-0 Re8 12.Bh3 d6 13.Bxc8 Raxc8 14.Rd4 a5 15.Rc4 c5 16.Ra4 Ra8 17.Nb5 Rec8 18.Na3 Nd7 19.Nc4 Nb6 20.Nxb6 cxb6 21.c4 Kf8 22.Ra3 Ke7 23.Rb3 Rab8 24.a4 Grynfeld,I-Bisguier,A/Helsinki 1952/CD PDR/1/2-1/2 (41)) 10.Nc3 d6 11.Kf2 Be6 12.h4 Rb8 13.b3 0-0 14.Be2 f5 15.Rad1 Rbe8 16.Rd4 fxe4 17.Rxe4 Nf5 18.Ra4 d5 19.Rxa7 d4 20.exd4 Nxd4 21.Rxc7 Bg4 22.Rg1 h5 Sulskis,S-Blatny,P/Pardubice CZE 2004/The Week in Chess 508/1/2-1/2 (41)] 8...Ne7 9.Be3 Bb6 10.c4 Bxe3 11.fxe3 0-0 12.f4 Rb8 13.b3 d6 14.Nc3 f6 15.c5 Be6 16.0-0-0 Rfd8 17.Rd4 a5 18.Be2 f5 19.cxd6 cxd6 20.Rgd1 fxe4 21.Rxd6 Bd5 22.Rxd8+ Rxd8 23.Bg4 Rd6 24.Nxe4 Rg6 25.Nf2 h5 26.Bh3 Bf3 27.Rd8+ Kh7 28.e4 Rg1+ 29.Kd2 Bg4 30.Rd3 Ng6 31.Rg3 Ra1 32.Nxg4 hxg4 33.Bxg4 Rxa2+ 34.Ke3 Nf8 35.e5 Rb2 36.Kd4 Kg8 37.h4 a4 38.bxa4 Rb4+ 39.Ke3 Rxa4 40.h5 Ra3+ 41.Kf2 Ra2+ 42.Kf3 Ra3+ 43.Kg2 Ra4 44.f5 Ra5 45.Re3 Nd7 46.e6 Nf6 47.e7 Ra8 48.Bf3 Rc8 49.Re6 c5 50.h6 c4 51.Rd6 Re8 52.Rd8 Kh7 53.Rxe8 Nxe8 54.Bh5 Nf6 55.e8Q Nxe8 56.Bxe8 Kxh6 57.Ba4 g6 58.f6 Kh7 59.Kg3 g5 60.Bc2+ Kh6 61.Kg4 c3 62.Kf5 g4 63.Kf4 1-0

Svidler,P (2735) - Timofeev,A (2611) [B33]
57th ch-RUS
Moscow RUS (3), 17.11.2004

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 6.Ndb5 d6 7.Nd5 Nxd5 8.exd5 Nb8 9.c4 a6 10.Nc3 Be7 11.Bd3 0-0 12.0-0 f5 13.f3 Bg5 14.Kh1 Nd7 15.b4 a5 16.a3 axb4 17.Bxg5 Qxg5 18.axb4 Rxa1 19.Qxa1 Qe3 20.Be2 Nb8 [ RR 20...b5 21.Qc1 Qxc1 22.Rxc1 bxc4 23.Nb5 Bb7 24.Nxd6 Bxd5 25.Bxc4 Bxc4 26.Rxc4 e4 27.fxe4 fxe4 28.Kg1 e3 29.Re4 Nf6 30.Rxe3 Rd8 31.Re6 Rb8 32.Re7 Rxb4 1/2-1/2 Leko,P-Kramnik,V/Monte Carlo MNC 2003/The Week in Chess 437 (32)] 21.Qb2N [ RR 21.Qc1 Qb6 22.Qa3 Na6 23.Rb1 Qf2 24.Qb2 Bd7 25.Bf1 Qd4 26.Rd1 Qb6 27.Rb1 e4 28.f4 Qe3 29.Ne2 Rc8 30.Ng3 g6 31.Qf6 Qxf4 32.Qe7 Nb8 33.c5 Re8 34.Qf6 Qe5 35.Qh4 f4 Belozerov,A-Filippov,V/Tomsk RUS 2004/The Week in Chess 499/0-1 (35)] 21...Na6 22.Rb1 Bd7 23.Nd1 Qd4 24.Qxd4 exd4 25.Kg1 Rb8 26.b5 Nc5 27.Nf2 Ra8 28.Rd1 Ra4 29.Nh3 h6 30.Rxd4 Bxb5 31.g4 Bd7 32.Rd2 fxg4 33.fxg4 Nb3 34.Rb2 Nd4 35.Bf1 Bxg4 36.Nf2 Bf3 37.Nh3 Bg4 38.Nf2 Bf3 39.Nh3 g5 40.Kf2 Bg4 41.Ke3 Nf5+ 42.Kd2 Ra1 43.Bg2 Rd1+ 44.Kc3 Rc1+ 45.Kd3 Re1 46.Nf2 Re3+ 47.Kd2 Re2+ 48.Kc3 Rxb2 49.Kxb2 Ne3 50.Kc3 Bf5 51.Be4 Bd7 52.Kd4 Nf5+ 53.Bxf5 Bxf5 54.c5 dxc5+ 55.Kxc5 Kf7 56.Kb6 Ke7 57.Kc7 b5 58.d6+ Ke8 59.Nd3 h5 60.Ne1 g4 61.Ng2 b4 62.Ne3 Be6 63.Nc2 h4 0-1

 


1 GRUNFELD def.

*Dreev - *Grischuk

½:½, 17/11/2004.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. Bg5 Ne4 5. Bh4 Nxc3 6. bxc3 dxc4 7. e3 Be6 8. Qb1 Qd5 9. Ne2 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: ...Bh6 now!? nataf (GM) kibitzes: now Nh6 like in the good old days ?:) S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: Grischuk will losing ?? S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: position is bad for him! 9... Bc8 1000 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: back pieces ?/ S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: i know Grischuk will losing!? S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: back pieces S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: back pieces S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: back pieces sinbrain (GM) kibitzes: N on e2 is not that happy animal either S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: bad game Grishuk Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: kasparov not playing today? S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: y S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: not draw S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: > S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: i am not play gronfild again hahaha S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: sorry slav S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: so sorry Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: saippuakauppias Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: yes 10. a4 1053 Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: i knew that Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: ah ah eEenspektore..zdravstvui tovarish Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: ok just tell us mac Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: extremely Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: well,that word is nothing compare to "how to put 4 elephants in da car" me thinks S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: we will sleping in this game StarkL (FM) kibitzes: ??? StarkL (FM) kibitzes: draw after 10 moves? StarkL (FM) kibitzes: is this a joke? StarkL (FM) kibitzes: right maclem octie (WGM) kibitzes: when you will pay them to play, then you can demand something StarkL (FM) kibitzes: right this game is a shame to this championship octie (WGM) kibitzes: who is better here? [½:½]


2 QUEEN'S gam. SLAV def.

*Epishin - *Bareev

½:½, 17/11/2004.

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e3 a6 5. Nf3 b5 6. b3 Bg4 7. Be2 e6 8. h3 Bh5 9. O-O Nbd7 10. Ne5 Bxe2 11. Nxe2 Bd6 12. Bb2 bxc4 13. bxc4 555 13... O-O 3 14. Rb1 567 14... Qc7 511 15. Nxd7 290 15... Qxd7 6 16. Qa4 8 16... Rfb8 293 17. Bc3 559 17... Qc8 1543 Morfius (IM) kibitzes: fireworks as usual from these players :Þ 18. Rfc1 1128 18... Rxb1 17 19. Rxb1 7 19... Rb8 8 20. Rb3 7 20... dxc4 73

21. Qxc4 9 21... Rxb3 6 22. Qxb3 9 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: 01-0101110-11100 22... Nd5 1346 23. g3 261 23... c5 887 24. dxc5 17 24... Qxc5 7 25. Bd4 9 25... Qc6 9 26. Nc3 79 26... Nxc3 7 [½:½]


3 SICILIAN def. RICHTER ATTACK

*Motylev - *Korotylev

0:1, 17/11/2004.

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 Nc6 6. Bg5 e6 7. Qd2 Qb6 8. O-O-O Be7 9. f3 Qxd4 10. Qxd4 Nxd4 11. Rxd4 a6 12. Na4 Nd7 804 13. Bxe7 1019 13... Kxe7 2 14. c4 214 Speelman (GM) kibitzes: perhaps h5 to play Rh6 and e5 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: easy chess with Rb8 and b5 is nothing worth here? StarkL (FM) kibitzes: Ne5 with Nc6 and e5(placing the knight on d4 is an idea Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: baumhauer you need to react to Be2 Rhd1 14... Rb8 1275 15. Be2 1200 15... Nc5 551 16. Nb6 5 16... Rd8 5 17. b4 980 kiborg1987 (GM) kibitzes: Why nt instead of b4 Rhd1 and than b4. I dont see plan for black in that position. How he defends pawn on d6?? 17... e5 603 18. Rd2 4 18... Ne6 4 kiborg1987 (GM) kibitzes: Ne6 19. Rb2 136 19... Nd4 4 20. Kd2 5 20... Be6 5 21. Ke3 5 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Moro losing to Tsehkovsky is funny 21... g6 695 22. Bd3 295 22... f5 856 23. a4 5 23... f4 105 24. Kf2 4 24... g5 4 25. h3 4 25... h5 35 26. a5 4 26... Rh8 6 27. b5 5 27... g4 118 28. Nd5 292 28... Bxd5 46 29. exd5 210 29... g3 4 30. Ke1 3 30... Ra8 192 31. Kd2 4 nataf (GM) kibitzes: Ra7 no ? 31... axb5 693 32. Ra1 8 32... b6 5 33. cxb5 72 33... Rxa5 29 34. Rxa5 5 34... bxa5 5 35. h4 5 35... Rb8 129 36. b6 5 36... a4 4 37. Rb4 5 Mekoch (WGM) kibitzes: a3 37... a3 337 38. Bc4 2 38... e4 3 39. fxe4 3 39... f3 1 40. Rb1 8 40... fxg2 100 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Motylev needs to start being very careful here. rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: No, Be2?? loses to Rxb6!! 41. Ke3 323 41... Rxb6 4 42. Rg1 5 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Ke3 was a careful move Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Rb2? Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: no Ba2 Ra2 and Rf2 topotun (IM) kibitzes: maybe nc2 then rb2 and a2? Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: baseball is wonderful :) lol Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: chewing players, chewing spectators:) isnt wodnerful:) 42... Nc2 470 43. Kf4 125 43... Rb4 231 44. Bd3 3 DJShrek (GM) kibitzes: 44...rb245 bc4 kf6!-+ Finegold (IM) kibitzes: then Kxg3 44... Rb2 137 45. Bc4 3 DJShrek (GM) kibitzes: kf6! 45... Nd4 169 DJShrek (GM) kibitzes: kf6! was more beautiful lighter (IM) kibitzes: 44...Rb1 can be found by comp only:) [0:1]


4 SCOTCH GAME

*Tseshkovsky - *Morozevich

1:0, 17/11/2004.

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Bc5 5. Nxc6 Qf6 6. Qf3 Qxf3 7. gxf3 bxc6 8. Rg1 Ne7 9. Be3 Bb6 10. c4 Bxe3 11. fxe3 O-O 12. f4 Rb8 13. b3 d6 14. Nc3 782 14... f6 23 15. c5 212 15... Be6 242 16. O-O-O 132 16... Rfd8 31 17. Rd4 111 17... a5 529 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: he withdrew 18. Be2 169 18... f5 817 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: pille hast du auch so viel lag wie ich gerade? liegt das an der telekom? StarkL (FM) kibitzes: mensch was ist mit der telekom los pille? 19. cxd6 1064 19... cxd6 22 20. Rgd1 15 20... fxe4 35 21. Rxd6 48 21... Bd5 30 22. Rxd8 176 22... Rxd8 10 23. Bg4 7 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: well played by wh bellicose (IM) kibitzes: still small adv 23... Rd6 99 24. Nxe4 14 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: hmm just saced a pawn? bellicose (IM) kibitzes: rg6 nf2 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: Rh6 ng5 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: rh6 ng5 rh2 e4 h6 be6 just loses bellicose (IM) kibitzes: rh4 be6 still doesnt help ed will take a piece for free bellicose (IM) kibitzes: seems so poor start for Moro 24... Rg6 240 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: nf2 keeps pawn and prepares e4 with good central pawns Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Nf2? 25. Nf2 48 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: yeah look's 1-0 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: too many icc games for moro recently;-) bellicose (IM) kibitzes: yup bh3 just enough 25... h5 149 26. Bh3 66 26... Bf3 10 27. Rd8 55 27... Kh7 39 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Ra8 Rg1 Kd2 Rb1 bellicose (IM) kibitzes: rb1 e4 ke3 and? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: yeah bellicose,u r right bellicose (IM) kibitzes: even moro cant save it anymore 28. e4 513 28... Rg1 23 29. Kd2 10 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Moro losing to Tsehkovsky is funny Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Tsesh is 2-times USSR champion Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: pille, 1978 and 1986 topotun (IM) kibitzes: hahaha topotun (IM) kibitzes: not petr topotun (IM) kibitzes: Vitaly 29... Bg4 108 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Moro was born in 1977, Tsesh was USSR Champion in 1978:) Finegold (IM) kibitzes: maybe moro will withdraw after this game topotun (IM) kibitzes: on Krasavchik topotun (IM) kibitzes: v subbotu topotun (IM) kibitzes: igrali topotun (IM) kibitzes: ch kraja topotun (IM) kibitzes: Krasnodarskogo topotun (IM) kibitzes: menja v poslednem ture snjal s 1 mesta topotun (IM) kibitzes: i zarabotal 3000 topotun (IM) kibitzes: sebe na bilet do Mosskvy Finegold (IM) kibitzes: moro should play shirov a match...and whoever loses most is declared the winner! DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: ugly-looking position for black, isn't it ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: da, ruukki MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: what pille ??? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: what's equal about it ? Bg4 hg4 Ke3 for example... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: did Moro resign yet? Finegold (IM) kibitzes: I am guessing 7 more moves in this game Finegold (IM) kibitzes: lol DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: even 30.f5!? is interesting here Finegold (IM) kibitzes: he can resign...and prepare to lose some more... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: uh....Moro got no chance...even the Tsesh master can't mess this up... 1-0 soon 30. Rd3 478 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: come on, what was wrong with f5 ? Finegold (IM) kibitzes: too many ways to win...Tsesh is confused DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: hahaha SM 30... Ng6 123 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: !

31. Rg3 4 31... Ra1 2 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: wow....moro uses takeback :) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: what's comp eval ? 32. Nxg4 47 Krasapa (IM) kibitzes: +- DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: the rook was on d8, SpanishFly, so Kh8 was impossible DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: no problem Finegold (IM) kibitzes: moro's hair turnin red.... and his parents disowning him shortly...... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: mmmm pie 32... hxg4 156 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: ok, Stifler DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: you are right JetSurgeon, that's sad DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but it is true that Alexander Morozevich is the most irregular GM in the world. He can play at 2900 level one tournament, and 2400 another Finegold (IM) kibitzes: the tschess master decided the g file was better than d7...and lost 2 tempi to do it... lol 33. Bxg4 184 Smallville (GM) whispers: t kill OMG Smallville (GM) kibitzes: um how can Moro play so badly? Smallville (GM) kibitzes: Nxf4 only move MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nf4 Ke3 g5 h4 losing knight DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: best move for Moro now is shake the old man's hand topotun (IM) kibitzes: 60 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: 60 in each leg MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Kg8 Be6+ and R:g6 33... Rxa2 34 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Rxa2!!!! quel surprise! 34. Ke3 36 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: go human! 34... Nf8 13 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: some guest here is telling me that Anand said that black should play Nf8 now Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Nf8?? yeesh MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: it's ill guest...he dusturbing everybody about anand Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Moro is gettin beat like a rapper's girlfriend Finegold (IM) kibitzes: black's position is like Ed Harris in "The Hours" ....just waitin to jump out a window..... DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: this e-pawn now has got wings DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: hahahaha Finegold 35. e5 119 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: that movie depressed me 35... Rb2 17 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Nicole Kidman was great DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: after I watched The Hours I got so depressed that I rented 5 movies of Martin Lawrence the next day Finegold (IM) kibitzes: maybe Moro can get some lessons at a discount from Kramnik..... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Martin Lawrence and movie go together like Bush and Presidency... DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: "Nothing to Lose" with Martin Lawrence and Tim Robbins is one of the best comedies ever Finegold (IM) kibitzes: they seem to happen...but nobody knows why 36. Kd4 201 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: the only thing worse than Mor's position..... is a Martin lawrence movie 36... Kg8 383 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Moro must like College... cause he is gettin schooled! Finegold (IM) kibitzes: yeesh...I set tell to 1 for 10 minutes...and get 1000 tells... what the heck?? Can't admins have guests killed or something? Finegold (IM) kibitzes: If I want to see a stranger ...I will look at one through a powerful telescope.... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: ah.. tis true Finegold (IM) kibitzes: or something Finegold (IM) kibitzes: lol Finegold (IM) kibitzes: no refunds! Finegold (IM) kibitzes: :) Finegold (IM) kibitzes: also... you need $$$ to buy things KILL Finegold (IM) kibitzes: ...uh...did someone accuse me of losing to Marc Esserman? Finegold (IM) kibitzes: we have never played Finegold (IM) kibitzes: I made money as per my deal with the publisher Finegold (IM) kibitzes: when Tsesh came to the board with a leather sachel... Moro said "What you got in there homes?" ...and Tsesh said "Doom!" Finegold (IM) kibitzes: see... if Moro resigns quickly... Tsesh MIGHT give him a draw next time they play.... GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: hey ben you seem to be in pretty good shape GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: of course my horse Finegold (IM) kibitzes: actually ... Tsesh better win quick.... the zoo wants its mule back...... Finegold (IM) kibitzes: bien sur mon cheval! lol Finegold (IM) kibitzes: ca va? GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: yes of course my horse 37. h4 892 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: What was wrong with 37. e6? GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: ng6 probably Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Kaspy 1.9 betting odds Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: on win 37... a4 6 38. bxa4 16 38... Rb4 6 39. Ke3 6 39... Rxa4 21 40. h5 6 40... Ra3 11 41. Kf2 8 41... Ra2 10 42. Kf3 60 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: sometimes Mustang, sometimes Horse;) Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Bishop is elephant on Russia Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: n 42... Ra3 604 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Kon' = on russian - male horse) 43. Kg2 30 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: askTony Rook 43... Ra4 159 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I still wonder why didn't Tseshkovsky play 30.f5 topotun (IM) kibitzes: kf2 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: sounds like some people here learned history in US public schools..... ElJeffe (FM) kibitzes: I learned history from South Park the Movie 44. f5 1061 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: I think Joe invented chess SalCheech (FM) kibitzes: kf7 h6 gh bh5 ke7 rg7 1 0 44... Ra5 207 Desant (GM) whispers: re3 Desant (GM) whispers: re3 nd7 e6 nf6 e7 kf7 h6 may be Finegold (IM) kibitzes: no, I am serious....it is well established that Joe invented chess Finegold (IM) kibitzes: Joe Mama!! SalCheech (FM) kibitzes: e6 re5 rc3 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: lol Desant (GM) kibitzes: e7 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: no...I have decided it is homes....better for homie... sorry...and easier to spell for many here...I have decided it is homes Finegold (IM) kibitzes: only Holmes is Larry Holmes Finegold (IM) kibitzes: also... homes is clearly correct if you live in a Great Lake State.... Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: scream bloody gore Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Ttee Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Tate Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: i wrote "gore" not Gore - Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: i expected Rf3 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: not f4-f5 Finegold (IM) kibitzes: yaaah! Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: everything wins if u have (C) Speelman (GM) kibitzes: But Ts doesn't have a computer so unless he's analysed this v well it was rather unnecessary to play f5 so early Finegold (IM) kibitzes: f5 looks premature...but how can white mess this up? Finegold (IM) kibitzes: lol 45. Re3 538 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Nd7, e6 Nf6!? e7 Kf7 CSS (FM) whispers: white should win here no? lighter (IM) kibitzes: Nd7 e6 Nf6 e7 Kf7 h6! lighter (IM) kibitzes: Ne5 Kg3 lighter (IM) kibitzes: Moro played a strange opening,not in his style Desant (GM) whispers: h6 :) Desant (GM) whispers: nd7 e6 ne5 e7 nf6 also e7 :))))))))))))) Desant (GM) whispers: nd7 e6 ne5 e7 kf7 h6 Desant (GM) kibitzes: nd7 e6 nf6 e7 ne8 h6 Goldin (GM) whispers: nd7 e6 nf6 e7 ra8 h6 gh bh5 nh5 e8 re8 re8 kf7 re6 ng7 draw lighter (IM) kibitzes: Re8 Bf3 lighter (IM) kibitzes: Ra8 Bf3 45... Nd7 1657 46. e6 3 46... Nf6 1 47. e7 4 47... Ra8 2 48. Bf3 86 48... Rc8 4 49. Re6 3 lighter (IM) kibitzes: two threats Bxc and h6 lighter (IM) kibitzes: even RxN maybe 49... c5 117 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: bd5 kh7 rf6 gf6 bf7 c4 e8 re8 be8 c3 ba4 kh6 kf3 +- modulator (IM) kibitzes: after Bd5 can Black play Nd5? DJShrek (GM) kibitzes: 50 h6 c4 than? lighter (IM) kibitzes: must be win after Bd5 NxB e8Q Kingway (IM) kibitzes: bd5 nd5 e8 re8 kf7 re4 nf6 rh4 also seems to work Kingway (IM) kibitzes: the c pawn can be picked up later modulator (IM) kibitzes: Re4 Kf6 Kingway Kingway (IM) kibitzes: ah, right Modulator that makes it hard modulator (IM) kibitzes: what does black play after h6? Danimir (IM) kibitzes: BD5 50. h6 704 50... c4 3 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: SpanishFly what was wrong with my line again? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: bh5? c3! VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: rf6 gf6 bd5 kh7 looks ok for black too lighter (IM) kibitzes: somebody laughed at c pawn :) rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: All of you patzers are asking for Moro to resign?? Now he is drawing! modulator (IM) kibitzes: what does black play after Rd6? 51. Rd6 137 51... Re8 178 52. Rd8 4 lighter (IM) kibitzes: yes, then Bh5 and wins VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: ok gh5 bh5 nh5 re8 kf7 rh8 looks winning for white LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: whats wrong with Kh7? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: *gh6 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: kh7 re8 ne8 bh5 nf6 e8q ne8 be8 kh6 kf3 kg5 ke4 c3 ba4 g6= LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: gx just Bh5? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: yeah that looks winning VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: but kh7 looks like a draw lighter (IM) kibitzes: if gxh then RxR and Bh5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kh7 is a draw! viva moro :P LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: gxh?? just Bh5 no? BaloghCs (GM) kibitzes: in your line with Kh7 Bg6 instead of Ke4 VerdeNotte VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: oh yeah LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: harhar VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: but kh7 re8 ne8 bh5 nf6 e8q ne8 be8 c3! ba4 kh6= LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: how is that a draw Verde? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Bc2 at the end? MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: kh6 Bc2 1-0 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kh7 Bh5? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: oh wait LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I mean gxh just Bh5 lighter (IM) kibitzes: Kh7 RxR , Bh5, e8Q, Bxe8 seems to be won VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: hang on I'm sure it's a draw...just need to get the right move order :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: harhar VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: well my line but instead of kh6 how about g6? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: then f6 is forced VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: but that's winning for white :( Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: hi to all LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: hmm LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok just queen the pawn Champbuster (IM) kibitzes: Kh7 draw ? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kh7 (forced) Rxe8 Nxe8 Bh5 c3 Bx c2 Bg6+ Kxh6 e8=Q c1=Q how is this ending? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: that looks easy win for white LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: how? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: perp threat is strong Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Qe2 Qc6 Qf3 Qc2 Kh3 Little elastase (FM) kibitzes: kf7 hs first! LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: its at least a lot of grobbling :P Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: and white is winning LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yeah probably true LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kh3! nice LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: so, white is winning then, unless Verde comes up with his brillian move orde LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: r VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: :P VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: can't see anything :( Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Kf7 Bh5 possible too elastase (FM) kibitzes: so try c3 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: here easy 1-0 octie (WGM) kibitzes: gh elastase (FM) kibitzes: c3 better even bc6! Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: so Kf7 h7 wins eh? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: c3 bh5 c2 be8 c1q bg6 ne8 re8 mate is the problem Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: yes or h7 Spanishfly Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: gh Re8 Ne8 Bh5 Nf6 e8Q Ne8 Be8 and Ba4,c2 Octie Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: gh6 Bh5 wins easily as well LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: gxh not Bh5 but Rxe8+ Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: gh Bh5 Nh5 Re8 Kf7 maybe draw Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: yes Rxe8 easier LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Luis, I hope you know that line makes absolubtely no sense rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: What about c3 Now? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Ke7 Re8 and? Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Kf7 h7 is prettiest in my humble opinion LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Rxe8? Kxe8 hxg and dont tell me blacks still lost :P LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: bpth LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: its up there, MrLager, scroll up Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Celine Kh7 Kg3 Kg8 Kf4! and 1-0 52... Kh7 949 lighter (IM) kibitzes: whats with the queen endgame? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: someone retype it 53. Rxe8 4 53... Nxe8 6 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok he found Rxe8, gg, 1-0 Desant (GM) kibitzes: hmm draw 54. Bh5 8 Desant (GM) kibitzes: in my dreams LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yes Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: draw?? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: if you play kh7 re8 ne8 bh5 nf6 e8q ne8 be8 kh6 ba4 kg5 bc2 kf6 and reroute king to h8 is it draw? 54... Nf6 3 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: very happy dreams LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: e8 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: stick king on h8 55. e8=Q 8 55... Nxe8 5 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: how does white win?? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: 1-0 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok resign 56. Bxe8 6 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: easy LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: stick king on h8? where do they sell those IM titles?! 56... Kxh6 9 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Ba4 57. Ba4 7 Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Kf3 and win 57... g6 8 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kf3??? Kg5 58. f6 4 Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Kg5 Bg6 LP? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: c2 black wins? Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: pawn is on c4? Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Kg3,f4,g5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: c3 then LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yeah lost anyways harhar Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: c3 Ke3 :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: g5 Bc3 +- LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: nothing wrong with f6 VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: ok how did you win if I played kh7-h8 there then? VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: oh i see VerdeNotte (IM) kibitzes: nm :) Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: how Verde? modulator (IM) kibitzes: how did white win after Kh7 instead of g6? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: zugzwang to force king on h7, and f6 comes with check LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: K----------f7 Desant (GM) kibitzes: kh7 bc2 kg8 bg6 c3 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Kh7 now 58... Kh7 109 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Yes Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Kg3 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kg3 59. Kg3 11 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Kg4,g5 59... g5 7 Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Bc2 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Bc2 60. Bc2 9 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok NOW resign GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: stalemate 60... Kh6 6 Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Kh6 stalemate Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Bf5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: hmm totally missed that GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Kg4 c3 Kf5 g4 Ke6 wins Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Bb1,c2 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kg4 c3 Kf5 is forced :P Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Guys, you have to know when I am kidding Diadematus (GM) kibitzes: Bb1,c2 easy winning LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: hey, with the pawn on c3, is this drawn? :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yes white is winning Zayats (GM) kibitzes: Kg2 c3 Kg1 :-) Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Bb1 c2 Bc2 g4 Kh4 g3 Kxg3 is funny LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kf3-c3-Kg3-g4-Kf4 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: also good Fine DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: is Moro joking us ? lighter (IM) kibitzes: queens had been the best opportunity LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Moro has a good sense of humour Speelman (GM) kibitzes: White can just wait as long as he doesn't give stalemate lighter (IM) kibitzes: a lot of checks in any case rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Moro will lose rating points now 61. Kg4 149 61... c3 7 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I thought Reuben Fine was a GM :) 62. Kf5 6 62... g4 8 Charlatan (IM) kibitzes: Kf4 is easiest 63. Kf4 16 rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Deeprabbit, He was my uncle LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: cause this also wins StarkL (FM) kibitzes: your uncle? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I envy you then, RF LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Kg5 was dead lost rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Yes, he taught me all he knew rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: Victory for the Scotch! rubenfine (FM) kibitzes: The scotch usually wins [1:0]

 


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