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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57th Russian Ch (6) - 1/5
Fecha:Domingo, 21 de Noviembre, 2004  21:18:57 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga @...............com>


1 GRUNFELD def.

Bareev - Svidler

½:½, 21/11/2004.

1. d4 . %040 1... Nf6 8 2. c4 7 2... g6 4 3. Nc3 7 3... d5 5 4. Qb3 5 4... dxc4 6 5. Qxc4 1 5... Bg7 5 6. e4 5 6... O-O 8 7. Be2 %045 7... Na6 7 8. Nf3 5 8... c5 159 9. d5 6 9... e6 5 10. O-O 5 10... exd5 6 11. exd5 1 11... Nb4 5 12. Bg5 219 12... Nbxd5 7

[12... b6 13. Qh4 h6 14. Bxh6 Nbxd5 15. Rad1 Nxc3 16. bxc3 Qe7 17. Bc4 Qe4 18. Bxf7 Rxf7 19. Rd8 Bf8 20. Bxf8 Qxh4 21. Bd6 Kh7 22. Nxh4 Bb7 23. Rxa8 Bxa8 24. f4 Rd7 25. Bb8 Rd2 26. h3 Rxa2 27. Rd1 Shabalov,A-Yandemirov,V/Moscow RUS 2003/The Week in Chess 433/1-0 (43)]

13. Rad1 134 13... Nxc3 6 14. Rxd8 7 14... Nxe2 6 15. Qxe2 5 15... Rxd8 %045 16. Qe7 7 16... Be6 6 17. Bxf6 242 17... Rd7 6 18. Qxc5 8 18... Bxf6 5 19. b3 5 Krasapa (IM) kibitzes: wow, black is ok! Kingway (IM) kibitzes: Of course white is up slight material, but the bishops are so active ... hard to see why black should ever lose. And if white presses could turn on him. ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bareev-Svidler B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what a preparation B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Svidler has prepared the novelty in the popular Gruenfeld line with Qb3 ( Russian Variation ) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Seems like with the bishops pair in the open position Black is doing fine B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hehe ... not win B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but should be enough for the draw result B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White has the Queen + knight vs rook + bishops pair B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ok, next B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I don't think so B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: nowadays almost everone check his home preperation with the engine help ( Junior, Fritz) , so you must be 100 % sure if you are going to sacrifice a Queen in the opeening ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: I suppose Svidler tested it really deep B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok , next' 19... b6 1440 20. Qe3 7 20... Rd5 %0480 Desant (GM) kibitzes: Happy Birthday Evgenij!!!!!!!!!! ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no much news B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: drawn positionseemslike' 21. h3 2132 21... Rad8 668 22. Re1 23 22... Kg7 577 ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Draw agreed B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Bareev- Svidler B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets move to Grischuk-Timofeev' [½:½]


2 GRUNFELD def.

Grischuk - Timofeev

½:½, 21/11/2004.

1. d4 . . . ICC: '%040' 1... Nf6 ICC: '%0428' 2. c4 ICC: '%041' 2... g6 ICC: '%041' 3. Nf3 ICC: '%0479' 3... Bg7 ICC: '%041' 4. g3 ICC: '%041' 4... d5 ICC: '%0472' 5. cxd5 ICC: '%0458' 5... Nxd5 ICC: '%042' 6. Bg2 ICC: '%041' 6... Nb6 ICC: '%04179' 7. Nc3 ICC: '%045' 7... Nc6 ICC: '%047' 8. e3 ICC: '%0410' 8... O-O ICC: '%047' 9. O-O ICC: '%042' 9... Re8 ICC: '%0455' 10. d5 ICC: '%0490' 10... Na5 ICC: '%046' 11. Nd4 ICC: '%0423' 11... Bd7 ICC: '%0470' 12. e4 ICC: '%0437' 12... c6 ICC: '%043' 13. Re1 ICC: '%0435' 13... cxd5 ICC: '%04387' 14. exd5 ICC: '%0477' 14... Rc8 ICC: '%0450'

[14... Nbc4 15. b3 Qb6 16. Nce2 Ne5 17. h3 Qa6 18. Be3 Nd3 19. Rf1 e5 20. dxe6 fxe6 21. Nc1 e5 22. Bd5 Kh8 23. Nxd3 exd4 24. Nc5 Qd6 25. Bxd4 Bxh3 26. Bxg7 Kxg7 27. Nxb7 Nxb7 28. Bxb7 Rad8 29. Qxd6 Stefansson,H-Rowson,J/Calvia ESP 2004/The Week in Chess 520/1-0 (52)]

15. Bf4 ICC: '%042' 15... h6 ICC: '%0492'

[15... Nac4 16. b3 Bg4 17. Qxg4 Bxd4 18. Bd2 Bf6 19. bxc4 Nxc4 20. d6 Nxd2 21. d7 Rxc3 22. dxe8=Q Qxe8 23. Rac1 b5 24. Qb4 Rxc1 25. Rxc1 Nc4 26. a4 a6 27. axb5 axb5 28. Rb1 Nd6 29. Bf1 Kg7 30. Bxb5 Karpov,A-Ivanchuk,V/Wijk aan Zee NED 2003/The Week in Chess 429/1/2-1/2 (39)]

16. Be5 ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Grischuk once more opened with 1. d4! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: The Gruenfeld defence B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is slighly better ( thanks to the space advantage)' ICC: '%0458'

[16. h3 g5 17. Bc1 e6 18. dxe6 Bxe6 19. Nxe6 Rxe6 20. Rxe6 Qxd1 21. Nxd1 fxe6 22. Kf1 Nd5 23. Rb1 b6 1/2-1/2 Khalifman,A-Smirin,I/Togliatti RUS 2003/The Week in Chess (23)]

16... Bxe5 ICC: '%040' ICC: '%041392' 17. Rxe5 ICC: '%041' ICC: '%041' 17... Nbc4 ICC: '%044 DeepRabbit (IM) kibitzes: what on Earth made Grischuk start playing 1.d4, he was such a killer withtheking'spawn'

[17... Nac4 1 18. Re2 %042 %15N LD3(e2:b2) (18. Re1 35 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: better is Re1 ! 18... Nxb2 7 19. Qd2 1 %15N LD3(d2:h6) LD3(d2:b2) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now the things looks differently B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is going to collect h6 pawn B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: when Black's position on the King side remindsruins 19... N2a4 113 20. Nxa4 1 20... Bxa4 1 21. Qxh6 1 21... Nxd5 2 22. Ne6 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Destroys everything 22... fxe6 21 23. Qxg6 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the mating attack 23... Kf8 47 24. Qh6 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: over 24... Kg8 12 25. Qxe6 1 %15N LD3(e4: g4) LD3(e1:e4) LD3(g2:d5) #S(8/8/8/3CO4/8/8/8/8) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets back) 18... Nxb2 10 19. Rxb2 14 19... Rxc3 1 20. Qd2 %041 %15N LD3(d2:h6) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: winning back a pawn 20... Rc4 %0421 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: but Rc4 21. Bf1 16 21... Kh7 5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black keeps the pawn!. Grischuk-Timofeev/Moscow 2004/[ICC] (21)]

18. Re1 ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the position we were seeing a few min ago' ICC: '%04958' 18... Nxb2 ICC: '%040' ICC: '%04857'

[18... Nd6 0 19. Qe2 5 %15N LD3(a1:d1) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: planning to complete the development after Rad1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: slighly better 19... Qb6 35 20. Rad1 1 20... Nac4 4 %15N LD3(c4:b2) #S(8/8/8/8/8/2CO5/8/8) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: of course Black has the obvious countreplay on the Queen side 21. b3 44 21... Na3 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: for instance 22. Ne4 23 22... Nab5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes, far from being clear]

19. Qd2 ICC: '%041 %15N LD3(d2:b2) LD3(d2:h6)' ICC: '%0482' 19... Qb6 ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: almost equal razortanco B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: here is the real fight B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the last move Qb6 Timofeev is pinned White's Queen B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qh6 Qd4! funnybird (FM) kibitzes: Ne6!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: also fails Rab1 after Nc4 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets see what could happen after Ne6 !? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: so. .. Ne6 almost the only move %15N LD3(d4:e6)' ICC: '%04164 Kingway (IM) kibitzes: As black I'd be worried about those lines where my king dies ... lol ... lots of qh6/ne6 or re6 type ideas in the airnow' 20. Ne6 218 rocket999 9 (FM) kibitzes: Kh7 Qf4 Rf8 rocket9999 (FM) kibitzes: Kh7 looks ok Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Bro Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: kak pozhivaesh', Bro? MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: fe de Bc6 -+ MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Qh6 Qd4 and Qg7, no perpetual MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: and no mate MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: bad MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Qh6 Qd4 and Qg7 and black save extra piece MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Qh4 answered by Rc4 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: extra piece is enough for win MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: it's 0-1 now, black easy can defence it MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: no MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: in long time control for sure MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: -1.12 Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: Dreev, according to many GMs, has little talent but is extremely resilient and very well prepared and technical Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: not coming from me Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: ask any top GMs: they will say that Kamsky is far from being the most talented, yet he became a championship candidate Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: Grischuk either ICC: '%040 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is giving up the piece , but totally demolishing Black's structure on the King side %040' ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Grischuk - Ne6! has been played ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with just 16 min left ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the time control is 100 min for 40 moves , then 50 min for 20 moves and 10 min for the rest , but 30 sec increment after the each move B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: My Q , Why 40 min had been spent'

[20. Re4 %040 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: is also seems strong %15N LD3(d2:h6) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is renewing thethreatQh6 20... Kg7 %0465 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: not so easy 21. Ne6 42 (21. Rae1 14 21... Nac4 6 22. Qe2 5 22... Nd6 %046 %15N LD3(c8:c3) LD3(b6:d4) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: And Black is fine) 21... fxe6 4]

20... g5 1942 Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: relax Gzhelka... we aren't saying he can't beautiful games... MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: 0.00 ? how ? Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: terrific game MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: tell us how your fritz show it onlooker (DM) kibitzes: white can play Re5 with the idea Rxg5 and perpetual (if black prevents the mate that is :) ) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: my fritz still say black is winning MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: no, I have legal fritz8 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: tell us your variation for 0.00 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: I think so Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: g5... what a gutsy move ICC: 'B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hehe ... not bad on Ne6 Black played just g5 !? funnybird (FM) kibitzes: Nxg5!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: this will be the hottest game , time trouble etc Lala (FM) kibitzes: Nxg5 hg Re6 is a draw?! %15N LD3(h2:h4) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe h4'

[20... Kh7 82 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: or even %0439 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets try Kh7 at once ICC: '%040' 21. Qf4 23 %15N LD3(f4:f7) HolyMess (WIM) kibitzes: looks like +- ICC: '%041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: unpleasant for Black' 21... Bxe6 52 (21... fxe6 24 22. Qf7 9 22... Kh8 2 23. dxe6 %047 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White is keeping strong assault %15N LD3(g6: h6) LD3(f7:g6) LD3(g2:e4). Grischuk-Timofeev/Moscow 2004/[ICC] (23)) 22. dxe6 1 22... f6 1 23. Nd5 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: easy to see - White has a great compensation %15N LD3(e4:g6) LD3(g2:e4);

20... Qb4 12 %15N b4:f4) LD3(b4:c3) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: taking control over f4 square and intending Qc3 21. Rac1 28 21... Kh7 1 22. Re4 5 funnybird (FM) kibitzes: Qb4 Re4!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: oh... then Re4! 22... Qb6 14 23. Qxh6 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White wins 23... Kxh6 11 24. Rh4# %041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the nice mating pattern;

20... fxe6 %0439 %041 ICC: '%040' 21. dxe6 %047 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now losing %041 ICC: '%041 %0452' 21... Bxe6 10 (21... Bc6 1 ICC: '%041 %041' 22. Qxh6 %042 ICC: '%041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White is winning %041' 22... Bxg2 %042 (22... Qd4 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets check it B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qd4!? looks strong ! Centralization 23. Bxc6 %0477 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: lets continue here 23... Rxc6 27 (23... Nxc6 %048 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: only move 24. Qxg6 11 24... Qg7 1 25. Qh5 1 %15N LD3(e4:g4) LD3(e1:e4) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: threat Re4-g4 25... Nd3 %0459 (25... Nd4 48 26. Re4 2 %15N LD3(h5:e8) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: no Rc4 junior (GM) kibitzes: ahhh B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets back to the Kasparov's game) 26. Re4 1 26... Nde5 3 27. Rae1 5 junior (GM) kibitzes: what about 25...nd4 and if 26.re4, then rc4? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: White is having the upperhand) 24. Qxg6 %041 %15N LD3(g6:e8) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: loses) 23. Qxg6 1 23... Kh8 %041 24. Re5 %043 %15N LD3(e5:h5) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and the game is over 24... Bf3 15 25. Qh6 1 25... Kg8 1 26. Rg5# 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: checkmated B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Ok, Back to Garrys's game) 22. Rxe6 %042 %15N LD3(g2:d5) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Bd5 on Qe6.Grischuk-Timofe ev/Moscow 2004/[ICC] (22);

20... Kh7 82 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: or even %0439 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets try Kh7 at once 21. Qf4 %0423 %15N LD3(f4:f7) HolyMess (WIM) kibitzes: looks like +- 21... Bxe6 52 22. dxe6 1 22... f6 1 23. Nd5 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: easy to see - White has a great compensation %15N LD3(e4:g6) LD3(g2:e4);

20... Qb4 %0412 %15N LD3(b4:f4) LD3(b4:c3) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: taking control over f4 square andintendingQc3 21. Rac1 28 21... Kh7 1 22. Re4 5 funnybird (FM) kibitzes: Qb4 Re4!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: oh... then Re4! 22... Qb6 14 23. Qxh6 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and White wins 23... Kxh6 11 24. Rh4# 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: with the nice mating pattern]

21. Re5 %04277 MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: great broatse MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: your computer stronger MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: or faster Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: well Re5 looked like the best move surely MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: my fritz is't pirate !!! MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: stop saying it onlooker (DM) kibitzes: f6 then Qc2 has at least perpetual Nyysti (IM) kibitzes: yeah shouldn't be hard, even for a human FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: looks like black cant avoid draw here MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: ok, Timoha blundered it onlooker (DM) kibitzes: can white get anything more than perpetual after fxe6 Rxg5+ though MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: draw agree MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: should be here MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: no Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: what is Nb2 doing?:) MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Kh8?!? Kingway (IM) kibitzes: What a cool game, nice and wild. Nerve wracking to play with short clocks...but fun to watch. MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: Kh8? Qe2 and white is winning ICC: '%040 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re5!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: idea Rg5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re5 has been played ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Grischuk may jump on + 3 ! %15N LD3(a5:c4) LD3(e5:g5) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nac4 ! seems to bethebestchance'

[21. h4 0;

21. Rab1 %040 %15N LD3(a5:c4) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: then Nac4;

21. h4 0;

21. Re5 0 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re5!? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: idea Rg5 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Re5 has been played ! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Grischuk may jump on + 3 ! %15N LD3(a5:c4) LD3(e5:g5) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Nac4 ! seems to be the best chance 21... f6 36 (21... Nac4 %040 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what if Nac4 ? %040 %040 %040 22. Rxg5 %048 %041 %045 %0410 22... Kh8 3 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: where the mate ? %041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: hm... AlperEfe (FM) kibitzes: no Rh5 then Nd2 Ruslan (GM) kibitzes: Rg8 is perpetual B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Queen is hanging %041 AlperEfe (FM) kibitzes: Nd2 to Rh5 %042 23. Rg8 %0412 %0460 %0477 (23. Qf4 6 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: maybe just; 23. Qe2 75 %0412 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Qe2! is much better B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: now Black is in trouble zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: rg8 is better zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: imidiatelly winning %0429 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes 23... Bxe6 14 %046 24. dxe6 %041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: not sure white is so winning 24... Qxe6 53 25. Qxe6 1 25... fxe6 1 26. Rg6 %041 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: the best white has ! 26... Nd6 %0445 %15N #S(8/8/8/8/8/2CO5/8/8) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: ok, lets back) 23... Kxg8 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: not easy at all %041 %041 24. Qxh6 33 %041 %041 24... Bxe6 1 %041 %042 zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: rg8, kg8, qh6and be4? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: how to win here ? 25. Be4 3 %0426 (25. Qg5 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: WHite has a perpetual , but not more 25... Kh8 42 26. dxe6 2 26... Qxe6 1 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: rook down) 25... Bf5 2 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: !! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Is parried the attack %041 zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: ah,ok B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: who is winning now ? zagonetka2 (IM) kibitzes: i thought f5 ,de6; 21... fxe6 826 B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: fe has been played instead B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: what a surprise B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and what is evaluation ? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: =? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: IS Garry forgot something ? B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: Why he traded the rooks ? 22. Rxg5 0 22... hxg5 1 23. Qxg5 1 23... Kf7 %044 Lala (FM) kibitzes: dreev plays checkers! B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: yes) 22. Qc2 1 %15N LD3(c2:g6) B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: reaching the target B-Alterman (GM) kibitzes: and Black is in the hopeless situation funnybird (FM) kibitzes: re5 fxe6]


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