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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57th Ch Rusia (5) - 3/3
Fecha:Sabado, 20 de Noviembre, 2004  21:57:16 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>

 [20. a4 %042 %15N #S(3CO4/8/8/8/8/8/8/8) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't complain,Kill:) '%043 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no,I play Sicilian %0443 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: guys, do you like the commentary so far? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: honestly,please: ) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, you won't mind if I take 3-minutes humanitarian break:)? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I am back''%040';

20. Bb7 1 '%0435' '%040' 20... c5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: actually, I think white shouldn't take it '%041 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: gives black certain counterplay GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no, I wouldn't put it that way.Position is very complicated, though white is seriously better' '%041' 21. Bxc8 14 '%041' 21... Qxc8 1 22. Bb6 1 '%041 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well I gave Nh3 as an illustrative line GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black is in no hurry, he has decent positional compensation' 22... Nxh3 2 (22... Qb7 60 23. Ba5 1 23... f5 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: one of other possibilities GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't think Timo would grab such an exchange, he doesn't look greedy at all %15N LD3(b7:f3) LD3(h5:f3) LD3(f8:f3). Timofeev-Morozevich/ chessclub.com 2004 (23)) 23. gxh3 7 23... Qxh3 2 24. Re3 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I've studied Economcis for 3 years, yes GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and Operatic singing for 6 years, though it's hardly a profession:);

20. a4 %042 %15N #S(3CO4/8/8/8/8/8/8/8) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't complain,Kill:)]

20... Bxf3 '%0411 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Be3 he played... clearly not the best mov GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: move %0411 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: giving up a bishop, which can't be recaptured by queen GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: brings black an advantage. Pretty lucky turnover for Moro' '%0411' 21. gxf3 '%04220 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: gf...well, quite a strange strategical decision by Timo %04220' '%04220 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I'm rooting for Moro here, be fun to see him get back in form and get some nice wins' '%04220'

[21. Qxf3 0 21... Nd3 %041 %15N LD3(e5:f3) LD3(c6:f3) LD3(e5: c6) LD3(d3:e5) LD3(d3:e1) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: maybe he just blundered Nd3-e5 maneure? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, because there is no GM who will make all the best moves always:) '%042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and now? %15N LD3(d3:e5) #S(8/2CO5/2CO5/8/8/8/8/8)' 22. Bb7 %0425 22... Rb8 1 23. Bd4 13 23... Nxe1 3;

21. gxf3 220 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: gf...well, quite a strange strategical decision by Timo %04220 21... Bg5 %040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: looks just good for black GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I would say black is better now Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Be3 was a blunder Yoes (GM) kibitzes: agree with Emil's a4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Well, once again %04202 22. Kh2 %046 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Qf6 now Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Qf6 Rg1 Ne6 22... Ne6 %040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: maybe immediate Ne6 is even better %15N LD3(g5:f4) LD3(d8:f6) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black isbetternow]

21... Bg5 '%040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: looks just good for black GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I would say black is better now Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Be3 was a blunder Yoes (GM) kibitzes: agree with Emil's a4 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Well, once again %04202' '%04202' '%04202' 22. Kh2 '%046 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Qf6 now Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Qf6 Rg1 Ne6' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, I give Tseshkovsy a huge credit' '%046 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Bh6-Qh4 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Bb7 c5!?' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, just have a look on the games- you want an objective answer,right? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: you don't want me to disclude Moro from this list only for the reason I don't like his interviews or so? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I might dislike couple of guys in this list as a personalities, but we are talking chess-wise now junior (GM) kibitzes: come on emil, you like everyone :) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, the people know I have ABSOLUTELY no reason to envy anyone, but if I would, Moro wouldn't be in that list:) %046' 22... Ng6 '%041042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Ng6 is another sensible option GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black controls dark squares and white's king is pretty vulnerable.Evidently,black is clearly better %041042' '%041042 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I like ng6, bf4 might be next'

[22... Ne6 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: maybe immediate Ne6 is even better %15N LD3(g5:f4) LD3(d8:f6) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black is betternow]

23. Rg1 '%040 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: white's bishop on c6 is pretty annoying GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: that's why I took and played Ne5 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: i see GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: sure, 20.Be3 was a serious blunder %04213' '%04213' 23... h6 '%04329 GM Alex (GM) kibitzes: anyway,he preferred another move Yoes (GM) kibitzes: now Qd2? Ne5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, he keeps an option of playing Ng6-e5 later on, smart move %04329 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, missing Bf3 was a grave error GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: from +_ position it went to =+ GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: as if he had 70% of success he went down to 40% GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: white's position is not that bad, but it's pretty nasty to play GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: 20.Be3? 20.a4 was much stronger GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hm,what do you mean finished? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: NEVER in top 10 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but he might win some strong tournament still GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hardly even in top 20 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: though Karpov used to be fantastic players GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: all these who want to improve their positional skills, take the books of Rubinstein,Petrosian and Karpov and just pick these guys and try guessing the moves they made GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't know why he decided not to play GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I just read his interview GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, Nimzo set the basics GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: we could remember Steinitz in the same aspect' '%04329'

[23... Bf4 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is another possibility Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Bf4 is much better %040 24. Bxf4 19 %041 24... Nxf4 1 %041 25. Qd4 2 %041 25... Ne6 2 %041 26. Qe3 3 %041 26... Qf6 %046 %041 27. Rg4 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is also good for black, but somehow I wanted to kick this bishop out %15N LD3(c6:d5) LD3(c6:d7) LD3(c6:b7) LD3(c6:e8) #S(8/ 8/2CO5/8/8/8/8/8) %042 27... h5 39 (27... Rb8 1 28. Rag1 2 28... Rb6 2 29. Bd5 1 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: 23...h6 is probably better GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: now your rook would be stucked on b6) 28. Rg3 %044 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I think black retains his edge in each case;

23... Bxe3 1 24. fxe3 1 24... Ne5 1 25. Bd5 4 25... c6 1 26. Bb3 %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, white should be able to hold this one junior (GM) kibitzes: isnt white better here? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: nope,Ilya, I don't think so junior (GM) kibitzes: hmm qh4 qe2 %15N LD3(c8:d8) LD3(f8:e8) LD3(d8:h4) 26... Qh4 51 27. Qe2 2 27... Rfe8 %042 %15N LD3(d6:d5) LD3(e5:g6). Timofeev-Morozevich/chessclub.com 2004 (27) (27... Kh8 19 %15N LD3(f7:f5) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is another idea junior (GM) kibitzes: but is that any good? 28. f4 27 28... Nd7 %041 junior (GM) kibitzes: f4 ng6 qf3 %15N LD3(f6:e4) LD3(d7:f6) 29. Qf3 5 (29. Rg4 16 29... Qe7 1 %15N LD3(e7:e4) 30. Qg2 7 30... g6 2 %15N LD3( d7:f6) Yoes (GM) kibitzes: but why 23..Bxe3?? HolyMess (WIM) kibitzes: maybe 23...bf4+ ? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, yoes, sorry for making ?? moves GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I just thought it wasn't too bad Yoes (GM) kibitzes: it's ok :) junior (GM) kibitzes: backup) 29... Rce8 %046 %15N LD3(g7:g6) LD3(h4:e7) LD3(e8:e3));

23... Bf4 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is another possibility Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Bf4 is much better %040 24. Bxf4 19 %041 24... Nxf4 1 %041 25. Qd4 2 %041 25... Ne6 2 %041 26. Qe3 3 %041 26... Qf6 6 %041 27. Rg4 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is also good for black, but somehow I wanted to kick this bishop out %15N LD3(c6: d5) LD3(c6:d7) LD3(c6:b7) LD3(c6:e8) #S(8/8/2CO5/8/8/8/8/8) %042 27... h5 39 (27... Rb8 1 28. Rag1 2 28... Rb6 2 29. Bd5 1 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: 23... h6 is probably better GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: now your rook would be stucked on b6) 28. Rg3 %044 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I think black retains his edge in each case;

23... h6 329 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: anyway,he preferred another move Yoes (GM) kibitzes: now Qd2? Ne5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, he keeps an option of playing Ng6-e5 later on, smart move %04329 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, missing Bf3 was a grave error GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: from +_ position it went to =+ GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: as if he had 70% of success he went down to 40% GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: white's position is not that bad, but it's pretty nasty to play GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: 20.Be3? 20.a4 was much stronger GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hm, what do you mean finished? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: NEVER in top 10 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: but he might win some strong tournament still GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hardly even in top 20 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: though Karpov used to be fantastic players GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: all these who want to improve their positional skills, take the books of Rubinstein,Petrosian and Karpov and just pick these guys and try guessing the moves they made GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I don't know why he decided not to play GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I just read his interview GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, Nimzo set the basics GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: we could remember Steinitz in the same aspect]

24. Qd5 '%04599' 24... Qf6 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, Qf5 got to be played' '%04180' 25. Qf5 '%040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, zorin, you might refer to yourself as you wish, but please give some credit to the commenting GM GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: if you wish to attend his commentary GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok, guys, one warning was enough, no more zorin in this room GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok, we'll take a look on Korotylev' '%04305' 'urolog (GM) kibitzes: what aboutNe5?' 25... Bxe3 '%04674' 26. fxe3 '%0411' 26... Qxf5 '%04310' 27. exf5 '%043' 27... Ne5 '%044' 28. Be4 '%0410' 28... c6 '%0415' 29. f6 '%040' 29... g6 '%042' 30. f4 '%04373' 30... Nc4 '%046' 31. b3 '%046' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: quite amusing ending GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: 1-0? sure?' 31... Nb6

[31... Nxe3 %040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: what about this one? 32. Rg3 %0428 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: now either d5 or Nd5 32... Nd5 20 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black is better. Timofeev-Morozevich/chessclub.com 2004 (32)]

32. f5 Rfe8 33. Bh1 Rxe3 34. fxg6 Re2 35. Kg3 fxg6 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, doesn't look winning' 36. Kf3 '%040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I'm not sure black is better HolyMess (WIM) kibitzes: Rce8' 36... Rce8 '%0434' 37. Rxg6 '%042 HolyMess (WIM) kibitzes: Kf7' 37... Kf7 '%0424' 38. Rxh6 '%045'

[38. Rag1 7;

38. Rxh6 5 38... Nd5 6 39. Kg3 0 (39. Rf1 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so,I'd rather start with Rf1 %15N LD3(f3:g4) #S(8/ 8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) 39... Nxf6 35 40. Kg3 %041 junior (GM) kibitzes: nxf6 and kg7 %15N #S(8/8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) 40... Rg8 7 41. Kh4 1 41... Rg6 5 42. Rxg6 1 42... Kxg6 1 43. Bxc6 %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,this one is draw) 39... Nxf6 1 (39... Rg8 14 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is way stronger though) 40. Rf1 %042 %15N LD3(f1:f7)]

38... Nd5 '%046' 39. Rf1 '%040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so,I'd rather start with Rf1 %15N LD3(f3:g4) #S(8/8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) ' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: should be drawn after Nf6'

[39. Kg3 0 39... Nxf6 1 (39... Rg8 14 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: is way stronger though) 40. Rf1 %042 %15N LD3(f1:f7);

39. Rf1 0 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so,I'd rather start with Rf1 %15N LD3(f3:g4) #S(8/8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) 39... Nxf6 35 40. Kg3 %041 junior (GM) kibitzes: nxf6 and kg7 %15N #S(8/8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) 40... Rg8 7 41. Kh4 1 41... Rg6 5 42. Rxg6 1 42... Kxg6 1 43. Bxc6 %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,this one is draw]

39... Re1 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: strong move!!

[39... Nxf6 35 40. Kg3 %041 junior (GM) kibitzes: nxf6 and kg7 %15N #S(8/8/5CO2/8/8/8/8/8) 40... Rg8 7 41. Kh4 1 41... Rg6 5 42. Rxg6 1 42... Kxg6 1 43. Bxc6 %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ok,this one is draw]

40. Kf2 292 AGEA (FM) kibitzes: this would lose a piece after r8e2+ kf3 rxf1+, must be a relay error 40... R8e2 95 AGEA (FM) kibitzes: sorry, i missed kg1 41. Kg1 6 41... Rxf1 %045 42. Kxf1 6 42... Rxa2 6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: shake hands? wk penned on back rank aries2 (IM) kibitzes: black would guffaw aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he might eat the knight here for lack of anything better aries2 (IM) kibitzes: but it's not looking good aries2 (IM) whispers: good comeback effort by moro who must be feeling pretty depressed from prior rounds aries2 (IM) kibitzes: because he typed it twice aries2 (IM) kibitzes: but your (A) does not imply (B) spacey aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think bxd5 is grim, he is prob desperately searching for any alternative to that aries2 (IM) whispers: yes, not doing it aries2 (IM) kibitzes: one idea is be4, h4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i just wanted to retain the b aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes, choco's move MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Be4 Nf6 h4 N:e4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: b can fight vs pawns aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no masla, on nf6 i eat on c6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: spacechess, your man moro got destroyed by dreev i bet you never expected that aries2 (IM) kibitzes: my man grischuk just played the waiting game to confuse tsesh aries2 (IM) whispers: timo is much worse/almost losing, i was just trying to find a way to play on aries2 (IM) kibitzes: in motylev-kaspy everyone said kaspy wins and moty found miracle draw aries2 (IM) kibitzes: so here it's up to timo to battle on aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes, timo much worse, it's time for him to battle on aries2 (IM) kibitzes: where isn't it gillesm aries2 (IM) kibitzes: WK hopelessly passive aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think black would wrap that up very quickly with the b4 sac (d-pawn advances with BK helping) aries2 (IM) whispers: neo, it's pretty easy aries2 (IM) whispers: black operates either by winning all qside pawns, or the flashier b4 sac and d-pawn + K decides (when WR tries to raid qside) aries2 (IM) whispers: epish is playing in germany a lot aries2 (IM) kibitzes: bxd5 cxd rh5 kxf6 rxd5 ke6 idea a5-a4-a3 yuck aries2 (IM) kibitzes: WK is doom aries2 (IM) kibitzes: WK penned on back makes a-pawn advance juicy aries2 (IM) kibitzes: BK will become active, WK trapped aries2 (IM) kibitzes: why not, it wins aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i am just going for clear win aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i didn't want to let him get closer with ke1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i want his K far away from a1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: my line all occurs with tempo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i don't need adventure on the 3rd rank, i just see a-pawn winning aries2 (IM) kibitzes: of course choco might be right too, i just went for what i thought was clear aries2 (IM) kibitzes: neo i don't need rd2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no i don't aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i eat on f6, you eat on d5, i play ke6, and i win easily with a -pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: just a-pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he doesn't need rd2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it might win too, but i think kxf6 wins easily aries2 (IM) kibitzes: just a-pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i could go for those pawns on b3 or c3 but maybe it's not necessary aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i was thinking after a5-a4, the c4 lane opens up for my K aries2 (IM) kibitzes: bxd5 cxd5 rh5 kxf6 looks easy aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i don't wk to get any closer, leave it on f1 far away aries2 (IM) kibitzes: why neo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i don't need it aries2 (IM) kibitzes: not rc2 easyman aries2 (IM) kibitzes: just kxf6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think a-pawn rushing up is pretty easy in R ending aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think so roq aries2 (IM) kibitzes: WK is so inactive vs a-pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: correct fork aries2 (IM) kibitzes: neo i thought a-pawn runs up anyway Volkov (GM) kibitzes: Bxd5 cxd5 Rh5 rd2 with idea rd3 good ending for black :) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes easy StarkL (FM) kibitzes: great job today zek and the relayers aries2 (IM) kibitzes: czach, not ra3, just kxf6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes aries2 (IM) kibitzes: unless you have some defense i do not see to a-pawn rushing up aries2 (IM) kibitzes: choco, there might be several lines aries2 (IM) kibitzes: volkov might agree black has several ways aries2 (IM) kibitzes: so ask the dude aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think my way is extremely clear hence 'my' way aries2 (IM) kibitzes: volkov plays the french (yuck) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: the french is good for a siberian winter aries2 (IM) whispers: yes foe aries2 (IM) whispers: i know, i was talking about the french aries2 (IM) whispers: no, space, u sux in reading comprehension aries2 (IM) kibitzes: why not aries2 (IM) kibitzes: balrog, what can he do 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: another draw is here' 43. Bxd5 1146 43... cxd5 2 44. Rh5 3 aries2 (IM) whispers: fork in your line if you try kg1 i just put rook on e2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think kxf6 is clear, rd2 looks juicy too aries2 (IM) kibitzes: so it's up to the moro aries2 (IM) kibitzes: moro just wants a point in the bag after the dreev debacle aries2 (IM) kibitzes: czach i might not have to aries2 (IM) kibitzes: unless you have some miracle defense which i am not seeing vs my a-pawn aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ok czach what is your variation aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i thought ra3 was bad, i was interested in kxf6 vs rd2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: leto i think i have that with tempo after kxf6 rxd5 ke6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rd2 is tempting, he will prob go for what he thinks is clearest aries2 (IM) kibitzes: where is volkov aries2 (IM) kibitzes: is he doing a ticket deal aries2 (IM) kibitzes: boo borbo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: materialistic pawn protector aries2 (IM) kibitzes: Czach, the key is that BK supports P aries2 (IM) kibitzes: lane is opened up for BK aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i want to leave WK far away from a1 by playing kxf6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no czach cuz br can swing to h2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: disagree arobert aries2 (IM) kibitzes: the key is that BK fast to qside aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i protect a-p with BK aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ke6 r-somewhere for ex. d3, then a5-a4, idea a3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: I use BK to support aries2 (IM) kibitzes: how can it jump to a8 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: boo borbo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: on rh8, i destroy you with b4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rd2 is possible, but i just wanted to see how clear kxf6 is aries2 (IM) kibitzes: isn't bk super fast to support a-pawn? it looks crushing shellac (IM) kibitzes: i think it is draw aries2 (IM) whispers: why shell shellac (IM) kibitzes: rd2 ke1 etc aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no shell kxf6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: boo borbo shellac (IM) kibitzes: kf6 rd5 ke6 rg5 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rg5? i am not seeing the idea after a5, a4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: super old, i saw led zep at the garden DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: this should be a draw shellac (IM) kibitzes: cool aries2 (IM) kibitzes: at least aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i answered aries2 (IM) kibitzes: dudes, my server has the date of birth of all FIDE players aries2 (IM) kibitzes: http:// degas.ecom.arizona.edu/~mis582_7/ aries2 (IM) kibitzes: all FIDE birthdates, ratings shellac (IM) kibitzes: i saw pearl jam, does that count? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i just FTPd the FIDE data, not large dataset aries2 (IM) kibitzes: data networks & web sys. dev. aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i have a cheap electric guitar and a cheap acoustic aries2 (IM) kibitzes: can you believe i saw ac/dc *open* for cheap trick aries2 (IM) kibitzes: in trenton, NJ DAR Hall aries2 (IM) kibitzes: correct aries2 (IM) kibitzes: that's right easy he's flummoxed by the juicy possibilities aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i saw UFO - scorp's ulrich schenker brother michael schenker was in that band shellac (IM) kibitzes: halford was the replacement, right? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: they should adjourn this for dinner shellac (IM) kibitzes: ah ok aries2 (IM) kibitzes: who has heard of Gang of 4. I saw them at the Palladium. shellac (IM) kibitzes: i heard of gang of 4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes, gang of 4 was pretty cool shellac (IM) kibitzes: anyone knows big star here? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: I own some Flipper albums, for ex, "Generic Flipper" aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no fork, shell's move rg5 much stronger aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rd3 was hopeless 44... Rd2 1371 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: if he blows it with rd2 choco you have to telegram him your apology aries2 (IM) kibitzes: offer him some vipivka aries2 (IM) whispers: grubby borbo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: gf or slave choco? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: cool aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i think everyone's gone that road in college shellac (IM) kibitzes: i like all women aries2 (IM) whispers: fruta bomba borbo? 45. Rf5 %04157 45... a5 62 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: able was i ere i saw chocobot aries2 (IM) kibitzes: this whole rd2 rd3 thing is too grubby aries2 (IM) whispers: i wanted the freedom and joie de vivre of kxf6 to give me king nimblicity aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i wanted him to mince and prance to the queenside aries2 (IM) kibitzes: no look, borbo has grubbed me into a box aries2 (IM) kibitzes: with kxf6 i was about to do a really good soft shoe number where I go all the way stage right to b3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: gegenspiel is only in the form of h-pawn rushing up 46. Ke1 263 46... Rd3 67 47. b4 3 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: easy draw aries2 (IM) kibitzes: movelack, yes fairly vulgar MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Vlad you are spammer aries2 (IM) kibitzes: compunctiontomovebutdontwanto aries2 (IM) whispers: i like compunction StarkL (FM) kibitzes: yes pille Porter (GM) kibitzes: a4 ke2 rh3 rd5 a3 rb5 a2 ra5 rh1...-+ aries2 (IM) kibitzes: this entire rd2 d3 grubfest was bogus aries2 (IM) kibitzes: helped wk get closer aries2 (IM) kibitzes: boo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: margaritas ante porcina MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: a4 Ke2 Rh3 Rd5 a3 Kc2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: the plan helping WK over was bogus MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: oh, my line is wrong aries2 (IM) kibitzes: why eat on d6 vischer aries2 (IM) kibitzes: we'll know more when moro annotates game aries2 (IM) kibitzes: he's a real unix man // sitting in his Unix LAN // making all his unix .plans for nobody aries2 (IM) kibitzes: thx aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ever since moro did rd2 the crowd groaned and now we're in a grubfest aries2 (IM) kibitzes: BK not active in this line, boo MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: a4 Ke2 Rh3 Kd2 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: still dead draw 47... a4 191 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i'm going to get myself a thomas english muffin (raisin) who's with me 48. Ke2 30 48... Rxc3 %0422 Sweere (GM) kibitzes: Rc3 Rd5 a3 Rb5 a2 Ra5 Rh3 wins 49. Rxd5 20 49... a3 15 Desant (GM) kibitzes: MORO!!!!!!!!!!! MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: dead draw Desant (GM) kibitzes: where is draw MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: here is draw Desant (GM) kibitzes: no draw :)))))))))))))) Desant (GM) kibitzes: kd2 rh3 :) 50. Rxd6 93 Desant (GM) kibitzes: a2! Desant (GM) whispers: and 0-1!!!!!!!!!!! Desant (GM) whispers: lol :))))))))) Initiative (DM) kibitzes: a2 Ra6 Rxh3 Kd2 Rh1 is 0-1 and thanks for playing Desant (GM) kibitzes: a2 come on! MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: a2 Rd1 Desant (GM) kibitzes: yes i know :) Desant (GM) kibitzes: may be rh3 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: now or after a2 ? MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: how you want to win, Desant ? Desant (GM) kibitzes: rh3 Maslak MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Rh3 Rd1 Desant (GM) kibitzes: rd1 kf6 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Rh3 Rd1 Kf6 Kd2 Desant (GM) kibitzes: bravo Maslak! MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: what ? Desant (GM) kibitzes: you find draw in this position MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: thanks, Desant, thanks to my fritz8 too Desant (GM) kibitzes: :) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: 1st from the last Desant (GM) kibitzes: Dreev is my hero! aries2 (IM) whispers: in this line, bk never played 50... Rxh3 567 ar ies2 (IM) kibitzes: aktik then wk over aries2 (IM) kibitzes: sure, rd1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: colomet u forgot about rh1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: how joshua BK cut off aries2 (IM) kibitzes: ra6 a2 trick aries2 (IM) kibitzes: then rh1, finito aries2 (IM) kibitzes: must do rd1 MTurov (GM) kibitzes: rdq kf6 Kd2 draw i think aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes mtur aries2 (IM) kibitzes: kd2-c2 51. Rd1 217 51... Kxf6 %043 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: draw 52. Kd2 7 52... Ke5 2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: moro must be kicking himself; choco prepare your telegram 53. Kc2 2 53... Ke4 %043 54. Rd8 5 54... a2 3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: pille, i can hold after rb3 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: last trick by black Kb2 Ra3 Ka3??? a1Q ;-))) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i am postulating 44... kxf6 was a good try 55. Kb2 %0419 Desant (GM) kibitzes: ra3 ka1 :) 55... Ra3 26 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: choco in my line BK plays aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it was goldensunshine 56. Ka1 %0431 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: king would have gone on a singing and dancing rampage aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes czach aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rd8d7d8d7 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i wish my K had danced (thinks moro) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: boo - moro must've been listening toicc 56... Ra4 92 57. Rd7 4 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: rd2 grubfest, boo aries2 (IM) kibitzes: icc clownage ruled the day, icc must take the blame for this aries2 (IM) kibitzes: you had guys yelling in other languages... it was pandemonium... moro got confuzzled aries2 (IM) kibitzes: &ltlukewarm applause> aries2 (IM) kibitzes: botch were u around? i wanted BK to dance! and prance! aries2 (IM) kibitzes: yes, and mince aries2 (IM) kibitzes: when icc started yelling for 44...rd2?? it was a dark day aries2 (IM) kibitzes: icc brainwaves took over moro aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i just wanted a dancing prancing BK aries2 (IM) kibitzes: this K got the hook! aries2 (IM) kibitzes: my K was hither and yon, tra la la aries2 (IM) kibitzes: here, pawns have vanished! 57... Ke5 231 aries 2 (IM) kibitzes: of course leto aries2 (IM) kibitzes: don't you? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: this is sad, moro must be full of self-loathing aries2 (IM) kibitzes: to let the timmeister off aries2 (IM) kibitzes: wrong leto i can show on the other board aries2 (IM) kibitzes: other way won easily aries2 (IM) kibitzes: obs 718 [½:½]


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