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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57th Ch Rusia (5) - 1/3
Fecha:Sabado, 20 de Noviembre, 2004  21:57:16 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga>


Svidler - Grischuk

½:½, 20/11/2004.

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 g6 4. Bxc6 dxc6 5. d3 Bg7 6. h3 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Nf6 is the best move here,according to the latest theory GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: 2697 is my highest so far, though I will drop quite some points in the next list GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: let's have a short look on other games' 6... Nf6 '%04221' 7. Nc3 '%04104' 7... Nd7 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, we remain with this game so far GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: or with Timo-Moro GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: what would you prefer? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: 2-minutes vote GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, unclear voting:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: then I wil decide myself:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: we go Timo-Moro so far GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: as the position there is most interesting, but then we might switch later on' '%0413' 8. Be3 '%04233' 8... e5 '%045' 9. Qd2 '%044' 9... h6 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no big news here, everything was played, so we are back to Timo-Moro' '%04323' 10. O-O '%04620' 10... Qe7 '%046' 11. a3 '%041047 DeepRabb it (IM) kibitzes: Nf8 b4 Ne6 Na4 b6! to answer bxc5 with b5 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: coz white has pawn breaks and knights :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but I see your point' 11... Nf8 '%04795' 12. b4 '%0411' 12... Ne6 '%048 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I see too much games jimgrange, so I end up having a nice basic knowledge of all openings DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but to really study deeply something, only me beloved ones Sicilian and Semi-Slav :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: my beloved*' 13. bxc5 '%04191 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I love them all, but nowadays mainly Scheveningen systems, very solid HSK (FM) kibitzes: People from western world dont understand what means deeply! DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: speak for yourself HSK, everyone can study deeply something DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: answering your question Botte, I like playing yhe Botte, yeah :) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: the* DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: too tactical for everybody DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: if you don't have some Botvinnik lines worked out till move 30, you better play something else DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: no, Van Wely-Shirov, Monaco 2004 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Van Wely was winning DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: but Shirov always has him, you know...' 13... Nxc5 '%04880' 14. Rfe1 '%04122'

[14. Ne2 Ne6 15. Rab1 f5 16. exf5 gxf5 17. Qb4 Qf6 18. Rfe1 Kf7 19. Ng3 a5 20. Qc4 e4 21. dxe4 b5 22. Qxc6 Ra6 23. Qxb5 f4 24. Nh5 1-0 Adams,M-Philippe,C/Evry FRA 2004/The Week in Chess 492 (24)]

14... Ne6 '%049 Seabiscuit (FM) kibitzes: Yes, they shot two endings, one showed the TD working out thetiebreakpointsinslo-mo' 15. a4 '%04377'

[15. Ne2 h5 16. a4 O-O 17. Bh6 Bxh6 18. Qxh6 Qf6 19. a5 Bd7 20. Reb1 Rab8 21. Qd2 Rfe8 22. Qc3 Ng5 23. Nxg5 Qxg5 24. Kf1 Qe7 25. Qd2 Red8 26. Qe3 c5 27. c4 Bc6 28. Nc3 Rd4 29. Nd5 Bxd5 30. cxd5 Qd6 31. Rb5 Kg7 32. Kg1 b6 33. axb6 axb6 34. Ra7 Rb4 35. Rxb4 cxb4 36. Qc1 Qc5 37. Qb2 Re8 38. Ra1 Qb5 39. d4 exd4 40. Qxd4 Kg8 41. Rb1 b3 42. d6 Kh7 43. f3 Rd8 44. e5 Rc8 Spasov,V-Smirnov,P/Istanbul TUR 2003/The Week in Chess 449/1-0 (54)]

15... Kf8 '%04626' 16. a5 '%04362' 16... Kg8 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: two mighty guys try to trick each other in this quiet line GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I would prefer white, though black is pretty solid' '%04138' 17. Na4 '%04213' 17... Kh7 '%04536' 18. Qc3 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Svidler continues pressing, though after Qc7 black seems to be OK' '%04404' 18... Rd8 '%04617' 19. Rab1 '%04249' 19... Nd4 '%04242' 20. Bxd4 '%0412' 20... exd4 '%041 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: cool -- a true 2b vs. 2n -- always a treat to watch when played at a top level.' 21. Qc4 '%04136' 21... Qc7 '%04189 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: You never want to start a fight when behind in developement, f5 now is bad. Kingway (IM) kibitzes: black wants to get caught up in developement, then look for breaks. Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: 2 elephants are stronger than 2 horses Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Bishops ARE elephants on russian Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Svidler andGrischuk are russians, so i claim C8 and g7 are elephants:)' 22. Nc5 '%04621 Petrovic h (GM) kibitzes: Elephant hunting AGEA (FM) kibitzes: that's why Anand uses his bishops so well, elephants are very common in India :-) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: b6!? MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Nb3 Be6' 'StarkL (FM) kibitzes: Grischuk isn't fighting out his games....boooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh' [½:½]


Tseshkovsky - Bareev

0:1, 20/11/2004.

1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 dxe4 5. Nxe4 Be7 6. Bxf6 Bxf6 7. Nf3 Nd7 8. Qd2 O-O 9. O-O-O '%04162' 9... Be7 '%0410' 10. Bd3 '%04200' 10... b6 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Rubinstein variation, white is slightly better, but black has all the chances to equalize here GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, AK is Anatoly Karpov' '%044' 11. h4 '%041494' 11... Bb7 '%0421' 12. Neg5 '%047' 12... h6 '%0411' 13. Bh7 '%045'

[13. Rh3 c5 14. Rg3 hxg5 15. hxg5 g6 16. Rh1 Bxf3 17. gxf3 Kg7 18. Rgh3 Bxg5 19. Rh7 Kg8 20. f4 Nf6 21. Rh8 Kg7 22. Rxf8 Qd5 23. Re1 Rxf8 24. fxg5 Nh5 25. dxc5 bxc5 26. Re4 Rd8 27. b3 Kg8 Vallejo Pons,F-Sharif,M/Evry FRA 2004/The Week in Chess 482/1-0 (51)]

13... Kh8 '%040' '%04223' 14. Be4 '%042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I think it's still theory, slight edge for white' '%044' 14... Bxg5 '%047'

[14... Bxe4 15. Nxe4 Nf6 16. Nxf6 Bxf6 17. g4 Qd5 18. Qf4 Be7 19. Kb1 Kg8 20. Rhg1 Rac8 21. Ne5 Bxh4 22. c4 Qd6 23. Qh2 f6 24. Qxh4 fxe5 25. g5 Rf4 26. Qh3 hxg5 27. Rxg5 Rcf8 28. Rdg1 R8f7 29. dxe5 Kostenko,P-Abdul,M/Bled SLO 2002/CD PDR/1-0 (30)]

15. Nxg5 '%04590' 15... Qb8 '%0412' 16. Bxb7 '%04763' 16... Qxb7 '%042' 17. d5 '%044 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: there is no Queen exchange rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: ...Qxd5 Qf4 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes:exd5Qd3' 17... exd5 '%04847' 18. Rde1 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: when? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I had and I do have a trainer GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I can't thing of a strong player without trainer GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: sure, one has to know a lot' '%048 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: The qb7 is really quite out of the game, reactivate queeny and black's game looks a lot better...' 18... Kg8 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, looks nice for white, but maybe he is just not in time to create some threats... %04606 %04606' '%04606 Desant (GM) kibitzes: very nice play mr Tseshkovsky really'

[18... hxg5 0 19. hxg5 1 19... Kg8 2 20. Qd3 2 %15N LD3(d3:h7) 20... g6 8 21. Qh3 2 %15N LD3(h3:h8) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: basically, GM wouldn't calculate such a move as 18...hg5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: black pieces are away, queen on b7 can't help in the defense]

19. Re7 '%040' '%04621'

[19. Rh3 %040 19... Rae8 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I work with GM Greenfeld GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and sometimes we work together with Boris Gelfand GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, you can reach Master level if you are motivated and serious GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Greenfeld is a very nice person...but he doesn't speak Russian,no:);

19. Qd3 0 %040 19... Nf6 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and then black remains with extra pawn %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, no special motivation, I just Lovechess 20. Re6 56 20... fxe6 1 21. Qh7 7 21... Nxh7 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: the pieces are over...Finita la comedia. Tseshkovsky-Bareev/ 2004 (21);

19. Re7 0 19... Nf6 %0411 %15N LD3(a8:e8) 20. Ne6 26 20... fxe6 2 %15N LD3(d3:g6) LD3(d2:d3);

19. Rh3 0 19... Rae8 2 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I work with GM Greenfeld GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: and sometimes we work together with Boris Gelfand GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, you can reach Master level if you are motivated and serious GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Greenfeld is a very nice person...but he doesn't speak Russian,no:)]

19... Nf6 '%0411 %15N LD3(a8:e8)' '%04530' 20. Qc3 '%04226'

[20. Ne6 26 20... fxe6 2 %15N LD3(d3:g6) LD3(d2:d3)]

20... d4 '%04463' 21. Qg3 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: at least Tseshkovsky tries to make them spectacular GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: the problem is Ne6 is never a threat' '%04731 GolubevM (GM) kibitzes: Qd5' 21... Qd5 '%040' '%04357' 22. Kb1 '%047'

[22. Ne6 2 22... Nh5 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Nh5 parries everything GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, white's attack is doomed. Tseshkovsky-Bareev/ 2004 (22)]

22... Rae8 '%04420' 23. Rxc7 '%04116 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Nh7 g6!? Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: fg Qg6 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: hg hg Nh7 g6 fg Qg6 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: g6 Nf6 Qh4 Qh5 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Nh5 Qh4 g6 g4 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: not clear Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Nh5 Qh4 Qe5 Qh5 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: dont u see? Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: what are u talking about Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: hg hg Nh5 Qh4 Qe5 Qh5 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Qe4 f3 Qg6' 23... hxg5 '%04989' 24. hxg5 '%0414' 24... Nh5 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: looks like 0-1' '%0428' 25. Qh4 '%04144' 25... g6 '%046' 26. g4 '%043 AGEA (FM) kibitzes: tseshkovsky should play quieter games, his style is very exciting but at his age ha has tactical lapses now and then' 26... Qe5 27. c3 528 vut (IM) kibitzes: Qc7 27... Qe4 348

[27... Qf4 85]

28. Kc1 4 28... Qf4 5 29. Kb1 5 29... Re2 3 [0:1]

3 QUEEN'S gam. SLAV def.

Dreev - Korotylev

1:0, 20/11/2004.

1. d4 d5 2. c4 c6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. e3 a6 5. Nc3 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Slav with a6, arguably the most popular opening line in the modern chess GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, quite boring , I agree:)' '%04304' 5... b5 '%04188' 6. c5 '%0425' 6... Nbd7 '%04148' 7. b4 '%041013'

[7. h3 Qc7 8. g4 e5 9. g5 Ng8 10. e4 b4 11. Na4 dxe4 12. Nd2 Ne7 13. Nxe4 Nf5 14. Bc4 exd4 15. Qb3 Nxc5 16. Naxc5 Bxc5 17. Nxc5 Qe7 18. Kd1 Qxc5 19. Bxf7 Kd8 20. Bd2 a5 21. Rc1 Qd6 Sakaev,K-Sokolov,I/Izmir TUR 2004/The Week in Chess 518/1-0 (30)]

7... a5 '%04338' 8. bxa5 '%04215' 8... e5 '%042200' 9. Bd2 '%04437' 9... e4 '%0452' 10. Ng1 '%04221' 10... Rxa5 '%045 Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: 11.a4 ! +/-' 11. a4 '%04592' 11... bxa4 '%045' 12. Rxa4 '%04145' 12... Rxa4 '%0424' 13. Qxa4 '%047' 13... Qc7 '%04894' 14. Na2 '%04390' 14... Be7 '%0410' 15. Nb4 '%04229' 15... Nb8 '%04133' 16. Ne2 '%0410 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I think Dreev will win this game, he's great in positions like this.' 16... O-O '%04133' 17. Nc3 'Yoes (GM) tzes: yes, you right :) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: big maneures here, which fail to change the general evaluation as roughly equal' '%0412' 17... Bb7 '%04190' 18. Be2 '%04775' 18... Nbd7 '%0413' 19. Na6 '%0498 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Na6! seems like a real strong idea. I was just thinking that after the routine 00 ra8 it looked drawish. Dreev is such a monster in such positions!' 19... Qc8 '%04617' 20. O-O '%0411' 20... Re8 '%04131' 21. Rb1 '%04201' 21... Nf8 '%047' 22. Nb4 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: by the way, this championship shows clearly, that it's not about big names, but playing chess GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Korotylev and Timofeev doesn't deliver points to a big guys''%04228' 22... Ne6 '%0414 Goldm und (GM) kibitzes: Hello Emil! GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hi,Aleks! Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: isnt white much better? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: you think so?' '%0414' 23. Ba6 '%040 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: like that,? Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: pawn c6 is the real problem' '%040 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: i think white has big plus GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I think it's very concrete.If black is not in time to create serious threats, he is lost Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: Emil can we take a look at Svidler-Grischuk? %040 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: ah Ok thanks GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: hm,strange decision by Dreev GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: got scared GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: though these Ng5-f3 idea is sufficient only for a draw even if it works' '%04723' 23... Bxa6 '%0412'

[23... Ng5 50 %0463 24. Bxb7 2 %041 24... Nf3 %042 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: how about this:)? Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: Kh1? (24... Qg4 1 25. Kf1 1 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I thought about it GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: doesn't look promising) 25. Kh1 %0425 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: seems Ng5 doesnt work (25. gxf3 35 25... Qh3 %042 26. Ba6 4 26... exf3 20 27. Bf1 2 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: ef Bf1 Qh4 27... Qg4 1 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: Also Qd1-f1 is enough 28. Kh1 2 28... Qh4 %041 29. Qxc6 6 29... Ng4 9 30. Qxe8 1 30... Bf8 1 31. Qxf8 1 (31. Qb8 %0410 %15N LD3(b8:h2) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no, such an attack wouldn't work) 31... Kxf8 1) 25... Ng4 1 Yoes (GM) kibitzes: gf Qh3 Qa6 26. gxf3 %0415 26... Nxf2 1 27. Kg1 1 27... Qh3 %042 Lala (FM) kibitzes: your territory, gmalex :) 28. Rf1 %0413 %15N LD3(f1:f2) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, white is in time 28... Bh4 19 29. Qxc6 2]

24. Qxa6 '%042' 24... Qxa6 '%0438' '%047' 25. Nxa6 '%041' 'GMAl ex (GM) kibitzes: well, who said it was draw? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: ?? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I was really surprised, as Ba6 is natural and strong''%041' 25... Nd7 '%04138'

[25... Ra8 2 26. Rb6 (26. Rb8 2 26... Rxb8 1 27. Nxb8 %041 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: maybe like that?> 27... Nd8 %046 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: yes 28. Na4 %042 %15N LD3(d2:a5) Yoes (GM) kibitzes: Na2 Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: Na2-b4) 26... Bd8 27. Rxc6 6 27... Nc7 1 %15N LD3(a1:g1) LD3(a8:a1) Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: Emil maybe Rb8 after Ng5? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, numbercrunch , I realize it of course, but white got to create threats!. Dreev-Korotylev/ 2004 (27)]

26. Nb4 '%04169' 26... Rc8 '%047' 27. Ra1 '%04175' 27... Kf8 '%046 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: suffering position for black Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: typical dreev :)' 28. Ra7 '%04180' 28... Ke8 '%04180' 29. Na4 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Dreev is pushing, pretty nasty ending foro Korotylev' '%048 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes:Bd8' 29... Bd8 '%04183 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: white's bishop isn't worse than black's' 30. Kf1 '%04181' 30... f5 '%045' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Korotylev managed to regroup and should hold it' 31. Ra6 Nb8 '%048' 32. Ra8 '%046' 32... Kd7 '%0410' 33. Nb6 '%048' 33... Bxb6 '%046' 34. cxb6 '%045' 34... Rd8 '%04117' 35. f3 '%047' 35... exf3 '%0413' 36. gxf3 '%041' 36... g5 '%04197' 37. Nd3 '%0416' 37... Kc8 '%0412' 38. Ba5 '%0410' 38... Re8 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I have to round off now Yoes (GM) kibitzes: thanks to GMAlex Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: great commentary Emil! GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I hope you enjoyed the commentary despite some talkative and provocative guys:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: I'll be back to comment on Nov 24, I hope we will have a nice games GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Bye to all! StarkL (FM) kibitzes: thx gmalex '%047 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: yes pupo (IM) kibitzes: 1. ne5 f4 2.Ra7 ! 1:0' 39. Ra7 192 [1:0]


Epishin - Kasparov

½:½, 20/11/2004.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Bb4 4. e3 O-O 5. Nge2 '%04124 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 5.Ne2: Braveheart-xx guest4131 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 5... d5 '%045' 6. a3 '%045' 6... Bd6 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: notably, GK avoids playing KID even with much weaker opposition (Korotylev,Epishin) and prefers more solid set-ups GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: GK is 41, AK is 53' '%045' 7. c5 '%04151 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 7.c5: lilred guest4131 chocobot (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 7... Be7 '%047' 8. b4 '%046' 8... c6 '%04240 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 8...c6: Terrell5 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 9. Nf4 'GMAlex (G M) kibitzes: well, no fun is expected here (at least, not for a couple of hours:)' '%0496 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 9.Nf4: lilred (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: black is not better Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Hi Kingway (IM) whispers: GK is still wonderful, but I haven't seen any of those games that just dazzle your mind. He used to play incredible games, amazing wins that go in every book in every tournament. Now his wins are more routine and the model games are disappearing. Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Zek, what is the time control? Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: he had to start to play better openings Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: chess has changed Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: to more concrete Cowboystief el (FM) whispers: Thx' 9... b6 '%04955 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 9...b6: Molari Morrowind (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Kasparov plays "veteran chess" nowadays Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: ;) Kingway (IM) whispers: I think he knows that his powers have declined a bit and he avoids the sharpest line, unless he feels it's clear. Before he would charge into wild complications and just feel he was the better player and he'd find his way. funnybird (FM) kibitzes: agree with kingway Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: difficult to argue that kasparov is the best. I mean he's bean number 1 in the world for 20 years, even botvinnink and lasker cannot replicate that Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: He THINKS he is still the boss ... Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: kramnik is and deserve to be number 3 Kingway (IM) whispers: It's typical to see attacking GMs in their youth get more positional as they get older: Tal, Keres are two good examples. But GK has never had great technique at squeezing small advantages (like Karpov or Ulf) so going positional is less natural for GK. Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: Anand and kaspy are #1 Kingway (IM) whispers: I feel Anand and Kasparov are about even right now, that would be a great match. Kramnik has fallen a notch or two. .. Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Kasparov would beat Anand'

[9... Nbd7 10. Nd3 a5 11. Rb1 axb4 12. axb4 b6 13. Be2 bxc5 14. bxc5 e5 15. O-O Qc7 16. Nb4 Re8 17. Bd2 exd4 18. exd4 Bb7 19. g3 Nf8 20. Bf4 Qd7 21. Re1 Ng6 22. Be3 Bd8 23. Bf1 Ba5 24. h3 Gurevich,M-Anand,V/Bastia FRA 2004/The Week in Chess 522/0-1 (60)]

10. Be2 '%04414 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 10.Be2:Braveheart-x x (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) deEccher (FM) kibitzes: against Motylev GK hadn't a small advantage: he had a totally won game ! The problem is not GK' style. Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Anand still fears Kasparov, believe, he is happy that Garry hardly plays any games per year Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Epishin is a tough guy, it's hard to beat him. Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: yes Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: He looks like 61 Kingway (IM) whispers: It's clear to me that Kasparov on the top of his game vs. Anand at the top of his is a match won by GK. But a match vs. Anand at his best vs. Kaspy on the decline? I'd make Vishy a slight favorite in such a match today, wait two years and I'll make Vishy a strong favorite.' 10... a5 '%04520 GuessTheMo ve (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 10...a5: TimDC guest4131 cambalino guest154 adolphus (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) h-bar (FM) kibitzes: Epishin also has tendency towards obnoxious behavior Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: yes Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: Epishin is perhaps the most boring GM in the planet h-bar (FM) kibitzes: add "a" Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: I like his style Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Old school' 11. Rb1 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, we are with GK, but we will switch back surely:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, I can't analyse in depth all the games, pardon me! I just try to pick the one which looks most interesting GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: so, we are back to Timo-Moro' '%04265 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 11.Rb1: TimDC ChessRailer Kortsu guest7794 guest463 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: any coverage? h-bar (FM) kibitzes: rather standard position except that the knight usually is on f3 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Be aware that Kasparov is ALWAYS well prepared Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Of course' 11... axb4 '%04549 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 11...axb4: ChessRailer Kortsu guest4131 Fork Morrowind (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 12. axb4 '%041 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Nice song I love it' 12... Ba6 '%04132 Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: No' 13. O-O '%049' 13... Nbd7 '%0411 Cowbo ystiefel (FM) whispers: exchange the bad bishop Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: Looks rather drawish atready ... Cowboystiefel (FM) whispers: l' 14. Bxa6 '%04930 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 14.Bxa6: Sulfur guest7346 Dondragon (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 14... Rxa6 '%041' 15. Bb2 '%048 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: the aliens told him Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: Black is alreadybetter' 15... Qc7 '%04455 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 15...Qc7: Molari Morrowind Gouga (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Littlekarpov (IM) kibitzes: =+ Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Don't get excited here, white is fine (more than fine). The "bad bishop" is not an issue here, the black bishop has no squares to even dream of and is never the better bishop in this game unless white blunders. The white space edge is foreever and the a file rook can be traded off. White for choice, but Kingway (IM) kibitzes: ... but still very drawish Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Epie may get outplayed here, but right now he has a fine position.' 16. Nd3 '%04375 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 16.Nd3: Sparhawk lilred guest5773 guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: ask littlepeasant about beating and epishin Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Here's why I see white as better here: first the black minors have little scope and little hope of scope due to the pawn structure. The black bishop bites on granite and while formally the "good bishop" has few prospects for a useful square. Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: from what i know, Epishin punched LP Kingway (IM) kibitzes: The "a" file has no entry points even if one triples, and white can trade off rooks whenever he chooses. Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: well LP is still alive i think Kingway (IM) kibitzes: All white has is a space advantage and he has that forever. In this position the space advantage is the key element and defines white's edge. Still, it's not much and black should hold easily.' 16... Rfa8 '%04190 GuessTheMov e (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 16...Rfa8: Braveheart-xx (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 17. f3 '%0421 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Black wants immediate tactical complications now (while he's ahead in development by a bit) . White would like to see this stay closed and do a slow squeeze. Kingway (IM) kibitzes: why play re1 to prepare e4? If dxe4 fxe4 then you want the rook on f1, if you can play e5 for white then you follow with f4/f5 and again the white rook is better on f1 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: nf8/ng6 is something I've looked at for black ... but seems to encourage a slow king side pawn roller by white. I didn't really trust it. Kingway (IM) kibitzes: But it's not bad Kingway (IM) kibitzes: bf8/g6/bg7 is another normal plan here for black. Kingway (IM) kibitzes: And sorry Lightwarrior, your plan is a fast track to losing with black...' 17... R6a7 '%04718 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 17...R6a7: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 18. Kh1 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: HM, bore,bore' '%0413 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 18.Kh1: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Kingway (IM) kibitzes: qb8 and bd8/bc7 is a variant of Lug's idea and not bad here... Kingway (IM) kibitzes: also allows a possible rb7 in some lines Kingway (IM) kibitzes: point is black has no way to improve and is marking time. It's white who has the strategic edge here and is looking forwaystobuild' 18... bxc5 'D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: dc Turzo (IM) kibitzes: from a7 also can be used on 7th rank later DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: I don't believe Black has many winning chancesinsuchpositions' 19. bxc5 '%04471 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 19.bxc5: serialloser Fork Sulfur guest2374 guest463 SpaceChess Sparhawk Fighterknight albert-kawmi cambalino shinya guest3911 lilred Peonsetima (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 19... Rb8 'Yoes (GM) es: Kasparov is playing too solid in this tournament GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: yes, very slightly' '%042 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 19... Rb8: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Anand is above 2800 already, for January Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I'm greedy ... I know Kasparov has given more truly great games than any other player in history -- I still want MORE Kingway (IM) kibitzes: But his production of those trademarked Great Games is way down now, it's sad. DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: Anand made 8/11 in the Olympiad and did not win any rating points ? DeepRabbit (IM) whispers: I disagree, hangin DeepRabbit (IM) whispers: just give Anand another opportunity for a World Championship Match and, in my opinion, nobody can play him. Not today. Kingway (IM) kibitzes: It's sorta sad, Vishy is at his peak -- one can make a good case that he's the current world #1 and he's not even in this pretend WC cycle DeepRabbit (IM) whispers: yes, Kinway Kingway (IM) kibitzes: points move up and down slowly at the top. Vishy has been rising, Kaspy has been falling for a while now.' 20. Rc1 '%04699 Gue ssTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 20.Rc1: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Ok, I must say that I wasn't expecting rc1 at all... Kingway (IM) kibitzes: In fact, it's one of the last moves I would have considered ... lol ... Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Ah . .. now I understand. Instead of the Nimzo "mysterious rook move" it's now the Epishin "deeply odd rook move":' 20... Qc8 '%04340 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: There was also a lot of anger that the jewish GMs were not allowed to play AGEA (FM) kibitzes: epishin is one of the weirdest characters on the entire chess circuit, interesting to see him play against Kasp Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Neither player seems to be trying to really push this one ... maybe they are both planning to push closer to time control or maybe they are just thinking about handshakes... AGEA (FM) kibitzes: watching him play is really a treat... every half an hour he goes out, smokes for a few seconds and goes back into the hall AGEA (FM) kibitzes: white in this game :-) somebody also saw him talking to the flowers Kingway (IM) kibitzes: I think I've figured it all out: rc1 was aimed against the coming qc8/qa6/qc4 plan. Epishin can read minds! And Kasparov was so into his idea he couldn't change his mind even after the Brilliant Rc1 ... lol ...' 21. Qc2 '%041013 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 21.Qc2: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 21... Rab7 '%048 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 21...Rab7: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) AGEA (FM) kibitzes: I correct you neo... kramnik drawing a not very interesting match against leko DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: does anybody know when is the Aeroflot Open going to be played in 2005 ? DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: eu quero DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: thank you Duf my 22. Ra1 '%04472 Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: habu, you are @#% DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: sim, forquesato Turzo (IM) kibitzes: Bd8-c7 is tipical plan here Turzo (IM) kibitzes: Bd8-c7 is tipical plan here Turzo (IM) kibitzes: support e6-e5 Turzo (IM) kibitzes: Bd8-c7, Nh5,Qd8-h4' 22... e5 '%04368 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 22...e5: TimDC avg kzackris (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) ' 23. Bc1 '%0410' 23... e4 '%04437 GuessT heMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 23...e4: Sulfur Zoroastres (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 24. fxe4 '%0473 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 24.fxe4: SpaceChess turkeylurkey (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 24... Nxe4 '%047' 25. Nxe4 '%047' 25... dxe4 '%046' 26. Nb2 '%045 GuessThe Move (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 26.Nb2: guest2374 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 26... Nf6 '%0496 Guess TheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 26...Nf6: Garalex Sulfur guest154 MidnightBreeze bigmac turkeylurkey SpaceChess kzackris adac Kapitalq (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 27. Nc4 '%046 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 27.Nc4: bigmac (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)' 27... Qe6 '%048' 28. Bd2 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: let's give some credit to GK GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: what's going on here GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: anyone to guess white's idea? Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: black is OK funnybird (FM) kibitzes: idea Ra6 xc6 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: no,no GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: more guesses? GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: Ba5-b6 will be met by Nf6-d5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: of course, Hanibal! Goldmund (GM) kibitzes: idea of Bd2 is to connect rooks:) %15N LD3(h4:e7) LD3(g3:b8) LD3(g3:h4) LD3(e1:g3) LD3(d2:e1) LD3(c1:d2) #S(8/8/ 3CO4/8/8/8/8/8)' '%04136 AGEA (FM) kibitzes: if nd5 rb1 trades heavy pieces Felfi (IM) kibitzes: 28...Bd8 with idea 29...Bc7 Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: soxes' 28... Bd8 '%04274 StarkL (FM) kibitzes: Moro won too!' 'GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: well, black may always capture this Na5 GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: not really,thegladiato r:) GMAlex (GM) kibitzes: white is better' '%04274 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 28...Bd8: Felfi dutchy Braveheart-xx (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) AGEA (FM) kibitzes: is ba5 playable here? white should be interested in exchanging bishops'

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