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Asunto:[ajedrezlapalma] 57th Russian Ch (7) - 2/3
Fecha:Lunes, 22 de Noviembre, 2004  20:27:33 (-0000)
Autor:Angel Jiménez <aarteaga>

27. Rh3 379 %04379 ICC: '%0428' ICC: '%04379 HyperJao (IM) kibitzes: how many kids do you have susan? zhaox46 (WGM) kibitzes: Tseshkovsky is 60 years old? wow gringo (FM) kibitzes: Re5 zhaox46 (WGM) kibitzes: ni hao SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Very interesting Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: this must be a dream tournament fir Tseshkovsky, he has nothing to lose and is going all out for a win. Younger players should take note SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: It is quite an accomplishment for Tseshkovsky to qualify for this championship. Drawing Garry is another milestone. Beating Garry is an earth shattering feat. LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Th3 I guess h6 now? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: whats wrong with h6? Talaris (FM) whispers: AlmostDecent, funny line: 27...e3 28.Qxh7+ Kf8 29.Rg3 Qe5 30.Bxe3 Rbc8 31.c3 bxa4 32.Rg5? Qxg5! -+ S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: yes e3! LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: well, for the 1000th time, wtf is wrong with h6? zhaox46 (WGM) kibitzes: h6 Rh6? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: wtf? I analyze better then all you fritzers? h6 Qg6 e3? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: -_- fritzers! gringo (FM) kibitzes: lol LP SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: I hope I can GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: now we have the fritzers, the tourists and what else ? SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Thanks LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: she already played Karpov, in which world do you fritzers live in?! LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: harhar -_- gringo (FM) kibitzes: Re5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Broatse kibitzes: white has slight advantage (talk about Fritz!) SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: chmate, why would that even make sense? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: so brilliant it telepathically talks to fritz? junior64 (IM) whispers: 27...Re5!? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: white LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Susan, they all like chess babes matches harhar LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: h6 Rg3 Qe5 is deadly? junior64 (IM) whispers: Alex que piensas de 27...Re5 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: debe de ser de las mejores jugadas S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: 0-1 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: e3!! S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: e3!'

[27. Bxe4 4 %0425 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Bxe4 undoubtedly jensk (IM) kibitzes: In 1978 I thin it was Dorffman and Gulko 27... Rxe4 12 (27... Re6 %0423 %0425 weasel (FM) kibitzes: did bc5 work in the qxg3 variation? %0414 28. Qxh7 1 panteratucumana (IM) kibitzes: c3 %0483 (28. Rc3 1 28... Bxc3 14; 28. axb5 3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: get this in jensk (IM) kibitzes: Tseshkovsky is formet sovjet-Ch, but when? cant remember, but I think at about 1980 28... Rxb5 15 29. Qxh7 1 29... Kf8 1) 28... Kf8 %040 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: nice trick Rg3 Qxg3 %0411 %041 29. Rg3 %0422 %041 weasel (FM) kibitzes: :) (29. b4 1 29... Rh6 8 30. Bc5 %044 %044 30... Ke8 1 (30... Qxc5 1 31. bxc5 1 31... Rxh7 1 32. Bxh7 1 32... bxa4 1 %15N LD3(b8:b1) LD3(a1:b1)) 31. Qg8 4 31... Kd7 1 32. Rd3 1) 29... Qxg3 4 %041 %0419 30. Bc5 1 %041 30... Ke8 1 (30... Qd6 3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: but he has this 31. Bxd6 5 31... Rxd6 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: game contiues LarryC (GM) kibitzes: continues weasel (FM) kibitzes: :( LarryC (GM) kibitzes: whtie is betterthough 32. g3 %0421 %0412 (32. h4 3 32... bxa4 %046 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: no LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black is happy) 32... bxa4 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: also here LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes h4 not good) 31. Qg8 3 31... Kd7 4 32. Qxf7 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes) 28. Qxe4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white must be much better here]

27... h6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ok now last we checked, qg6 is a killer %04121 %04121 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: in this position LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Tseshkovsky missed a good chance %04121 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: here %04121 ICC: '%0454 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe this %0422' ICC: '%04121 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: bad gringo (FM) kibitzes: LP gonna be pissed now..with that statement Talaris (FM) whispers: lat1(C): true e3! had been *the* move modulator (IM) kibitzes: h6 rg3 e3 qg6 qe5 qf7 kh8 re3 gringo (FM) kibitzes: omg gringo (FM) kibitzes: game over gringo (FM) kibitzes: Kasparov loses gringo (FM) kibitzes: This is horendous Shaposhnikov (GM) kibitzes: Tsesh- champion of USSR in past!'

[27... bxa4 27 28. Bc5 1 jensk (IM) kibitzes: In 79 it was Geller LarryC (GM) kibitzes: he has ideas of this (28. Qxh7 10 28... Kf8 2 29. Rg3 5 %044 jensk (IM) kibitzes: Well, I do remember that tsheshkovsky was not exactly a young and rising star, when he got his breakthrough LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes LarryC (GM) kibitzes: bxa4 is crushed (29. Bxe4 18)) 28... h6 9 29. Rxh6 11 (29. Rg3 20 29... Rxb2 %047 %15N #S(8/8/8/8/8/8/8/1CO6)) 29... Bxh6 1 30. Qg6 1 30... Bg7 1 31. Bd4 1 31... Re5 7 jensk (IM) kibitzes: Kasparov AND Psakhis in 1981 32. Bxe5 4 32... Qxe5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: no;

27... Re5 11 28. Qxh7 21 28... Kf8 1 29. Bxe4 9 29... Rbe8 %048 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Re5 looks like the only chance 30. Bd4 24 30... Qc4 9]

28. Rg3 0 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: all moot now--Tsesh played this %040 %040 ICC: '%04113 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: littlepeasant is like nakamura? gringo (FM) kibitzes: haha LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: hmmm some one here will be found beaten up in a dark alley LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Rg3? oh well, gg LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qe5 wins now gringo (FM) kibitzes: I knew LP would get angry for the dude who said that LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qe5 is just winning for black gringo (FM) kibitzes: Qe5 loses LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: terrible move by Tseshkovsky modulator (IM) kibitzes: qe5 qf7+ kh8 be4! SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: I hope chess fans and players don't end up like the NBA fans and players Me-better (FM) kibitzes: was Ra3 a mistake?'

[28. Qg6 0 %040 %040 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: with 28 Qg6 %040 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this nearly paralyzes Black LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Kf8 Bc5+ LarryC (GM) kibitzes: B has qe5 or e3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: wait a sec %040 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: now here ICC: '%0426 %15N LD3(h3:g3) LarryC (GM) kibitzes: black is really toasted here %042' 28... Kf8 %0415 %0419 ICC: '%0410'

a) 28... e3 24 %041 %0412 %049 %044 %0430 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: best chance LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Kf8 Bc5 %0443 ICC: '%0432' 29. Rg3 3 %044 %0414 %049 %041 ICC: '%042' 29... Qe5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: btw, svidler the only chance junior64 (IM) whispers: Bf7 junior64 (IM) whispers: Re3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: in this line he had Rxe3 or Bxe3 %041 %044 %042 %041 ICC: '%045' 30. Bxf7 27 %041 %0424 %045 %040 %042 ICC: '%042 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: a slaughter' 30... Kh8 0 %041 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: what? %041 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Tsesh could have played axb5 on many occasions %041 31. Bxe8 1 (31. Rh3 %0412 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ob 5 junior64 (IM) whispers: Re3 %045 jensk (IM) kibitzes: Qf4 Bxe7 e2!? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: aha %0433 %043 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: now this %15N LD3(h3:h6) %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: now this LarryC (GM) kibitzes: notBxe8 31... Qe4 1 %0420 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: only move LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Re3 is also possible %0413 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: forced (31... Qf6 22 32. Rxh6 1; 31... Qf4 5 %0415 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: to stop mate %15N #S(8/8/7CO/8/8/8/8/8) %0439 32. Bxe8 %041 %0422 %048 %041 32... e2 1 %041 33. Qe6 %044 %15N #S(8/8/8/8/8/8/4CO3/8) %042 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is ez (33. Qd6 1) 33... Qd2 8 34. Re3 1; 31... e2 8 32. Rxh6 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: mate) 32. Bxe8 %042 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: no more e2 %048 32... Rxe8 7 %043 33. Qxe4 %041 %043 33... Rxe4 1 %041 34. Rxe3 10 %041 34... Rxe3 2 %042 35. Bxe3 2 %042 35... bxa4 1 %043 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: now c3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: or Bc1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white looks winning (35... Bxb2 1) 36. Bc1 10 %0419 36... h5 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black would have some chances junior64 (IM) whispers: g3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes %045 37. Kg1 %046 37... Kh7 2 38. Kf2 1 38... Kg6 1 39. Kf3 1 39... Kf5 1 40. g3 %041 %15N LD3(f3:a3) LD3(g3:g4) LD3(h2:h3); 31. Rxe3 2 %041 31... Qxe3 %042 %041 32. Bxe3 1 %042 32... Rxe3 %041 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: not so ez %15N #S(8/8/8/8/8/8/8/4CO3) 33. g3 21 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I like white %15N LD3(g6:h7) LD3(d5:e4) LD3(f7:c4) %047 33... bxa4 12 %042 34. Bc4 1 %0421 %042 34... Rxb2 %041 %041 35. Bd3 1 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white is better LarryC (GM) kibitzes: but Black has drawing chances 35... Rxd3 1 (35... Kg8 13) 36. Qxd3 1) 31... e2 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is dangerous;

b) 28... Qf4 8 29. Rg3 6 %15N #S(8/5COCO1/8/8/8/8/8/8);

c) 28... Qe5 %0416 %049 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this looks best 29. Bxf7 15 29... Kh8 1 ;

d) 28... Rb6 7 29. Bxf7 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: with this idea (29. Bxb6 6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this idea even better) 29... Kf8 12 30. Bxb6 11;

e) 28... e3 32 29. Rg3 2 29... Qe5 5 30. Bxf7 %042 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: a slaughter;

f) 28... Kf8 10 29. Bc5 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ouch 29... Qxc5 7 (29... Kg8 3 30. Rxh6 1 30... Qxc5 5 (30... Re5 5 31. Qh7# 0) 31. Qxf7# 1) 30. Qxf7# %041; 29. Bc5 %042 %15N #S(8/4CO3/8/8/8/8/8/8) %041 ICC: '%041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ouch' 29... Kg8 3 (29... Qxc5 7 30. Qxf7# 1; 29... Kg8 3 30. Rxh6 %041 30... Qxc5 5 (30... Re5 5 31. Qh7# 0) 31. Qxf7# 1) 30. Rxh6 1 30... Qxc5 5 (30... Re5 5 31. Qh7# 0) 31. Qxf7# 1]

28... Qe5 16 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: qg6 comes very close LarryC (GM) kibitzes: that is what Tsesh missed %0429 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Bd4 where? %042 ICC: '%0483 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: cute, but just Re7 in that line modulator LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: and white will have to resign LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok, Kasparov wins Me-better (FM) kibitzes: maybe Rf1 instead of Ra3 Speelman (GM) kibitzes: according to the great oracle itself Qg6 was v good for W instead of Rg3 Me-better (FM) kibitzes: ok Xzibit (FM) kibitzes: wasn't Rf1 much better than Ra3??? Talaris (FM) whispers: I'g guess both players did not value 28.Qg6 correctly (only the computer does so) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I wont repeat it, Qf7+ Kh8 Be4?? Re7 - LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: -+ SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: As I said before, anything can happen in such position. To expect Tseshkovsky to come up with 5-10 good moves straight is unrealistic LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I think its rather realistic, Susan LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qe5 had to be checked, its obviously good for black, so Qg6 was the only choice LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: perdido LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: cause thats what we get paid to do bfritz LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qf7+ Kh8 is just an exchange gringo (FM) kibitzes: now Qxf7+ Kh8 Bxe4 threatening Qg6 modulator (IM) kibitzes: what happens after qg6 here? Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: qg6,qf6,qf6 takes yummy yummy SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: In kibitz mode, no problem. But against someone like Garry, nerve will set in eventually and 1 bad move can ruin 9 good moves SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: As you can see in this game LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: sure, weak nerves is totally another issue, something he should have resolved 40 years ago gringo (FM) kibitzes: This is not over dude!! Speelman (GM) kibitzes: Indeed it's perfectly normal to make mistakes when under pressure against a stronger opponent - just a shame LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: oh and on Qg6 I guess just Re7 to defend f7 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: verdict is blacks winning LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: h6 was a good move MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: what's comp eval here ? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: 1. e4 too LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: who cares about conmp eval? gringo (FM) kibitzes: h6 was bad because of Qg6 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: look at the bloody position, whites toast MASLAKKOSTIA (IM) kibitzes: -0.93 for whom ? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: the tables are turning SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: You know, babies wear diapers. Then they grow up. Then they grow old and back to diapers again. Part of the human process. Tseshkovsky is 60+. I cannot imagine his nerve is at an all time high as in his 20's or 30's. Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: actually Susan I wonder.... he has no pressure here regius (GM) kibitzes: so Tseshkovsky needs to wear dipers is the conclusion... gringo (FM) kibitzes: black is not as bad here as if Qg6 was played's not over Sergey82 (IM) kibitzes: tseshkovsky wearing diapers? SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: When you have a great position against Garry, pressure will automatically sets in Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: that is true. GoodLuc (GM) kibitzes: and the moral is : never play Garry without your diapers LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: he might as well as try to get to an endgame with the last ammount of material down LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Bxe5 instead of Rxe5 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: How many tennis players have set point or match point and cannot convert. Same with many other sports. How many people needed a draw or win in the last round for a chess title or norm and cannot convert. Easy to talk, hard to deliver onlooker (DM) kibitzes: Grischuk drew, so if Kasparov wins he's in the lead LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: means Kasparov is in the lead LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Motylev's draw was a dissapointment for Kasparov ,but he should convert this one SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Of course tseshkovsky deserves a lot of credit, even for just qualifying for this championship. Amazing! SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: karaybe, when a sponsor want to put a match together gringo (FM) kibitzes: hmm D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: qf7 kh8 be4 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: I like Black now gringo (FM) kibitzes: Qxf7 Kh8 Bxe4 Qf6' 29. Bxf7 40 %0412 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: for those who joined us late %041 ICC: '%0497'

[29. Qxf7 11 %0423 %042 %0426 29... Kh8 %041 %041 %049 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: qg6 Re7 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: not there jensk (IM) kibitzes: Mĺske... 30. Bxe4 9 %041 (30. Qg6 1 %0412 %041 30... Re7 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: he missed this Re7 defense %041 jensk (IM) kibitzes: Excuse me, isnt Bxf7+ Kh8 Qg6 Re7 Be3 quite good for W? %041 31. Be3 10 (31. Bc5 52 31... Rf8 %042 %15N LD3(f8:f1)) 31... Qxd5 1) 30... Re7 18 junior64 (IM) whispers: Re7 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: sickenig junior64 (IM) whispers: win %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this %049 31. Qg6 1 31... Qxe4 1;

29. Qg6 %0467 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets check this one now 29... Re7 %0425 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes LarryC (GM) kibitzes: too late]

29... Kh8 %041 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks like Kaspy is favored now %041 ICC: '%044 D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: i see, thanks :)' 30. Qg6 1 %041 %04126 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Kasparov is looking at e3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: and Red8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: and Re7 %040 ICC: '%0419 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yes Rg3 was very bad LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: only Qg6 was worth considering, probably a draw after that D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: red8 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: ok Re7 just to move the rook out of the way (oh yes, great GM analysis huh?) aries2 (IM) kibitzes: is this game score correct? why did white do 22. nf5 DrLethargo (FM) kibitzes: Von einem GM erwarte ich einfach, daß er Züge wie 28.Dg6! e3 29.Tg3 De5 30.Lxf7+ Kf8 31. Th3! = findet aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i'm not asking them, i'm asking the assembled multitudes here aries2 (IM) kibitzes: what was the general impression of 22. nxf5 when it occurred Petrovich (GM) kibitzes: Kramnik is writing a book "Chess and Health" gringo (FM) kibitzes: whoever wasresponsible for giving u the last point that gave you your last GM norm should be shot aries2 (IM) kibitzes: it looks unnecessary gringo (FM) kibitzes: LP onlooker (DM) kibitzes: is it really all that obvious here yet? must be pretty tricky to work out lines like Re7 ab ab Rh3 Qf4!? Be3 Ra8 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i don't know why he did that aries2 (IM) kibitzes: freaky because before 22. nf5 he was just up material Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: darn kramnik he only really tried in 3 games of the last match against Leko GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Guess the Move! Tell me your predictions before each move. gringo (FM) kibitzes: well..I like Rxf7...makes defence easier gringo (FM) kibitzes: ooops..mistell' 30... Rf8 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: kasparov has played this LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets finally get in axb5 ICC: '%04525 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Wouldn't be nice to see players in the top 12 playing in a super RR? :) LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: thats what they do all the time, would be nice to do what they are doing here, playing against some "loser" opposition LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Corus, Linares, Dortmund LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: always top 12 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: She already started to prepare SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: She was preparing when I saw her last week SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Jan 05 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Whatever super event in Jan SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Oliver SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: is his name modulator (IM) kibitzes: Bd5 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: She is not active in chess, she has other interest SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Father's name'

[30... Re7 %041 jensk (IM) kibitzes: Immaqa %044 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: now Re7 %04127 31. Be3 16 (31. Rh3 13 31... Qf4 2 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets check this LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white runs out of steam here 32. Be3 18 (32. Bd5 20 32... e3 5 (32... Rd8 10 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Rd8 is also good LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Tsesh missed his chance with 28 Qg6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: and maybe earlier too)) 32... Qf1 1 33. Bg1 3 33... Qxf7 %045 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: 0-1; 31. axb5 %0412 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: lets get this in at any rate %0432 31... axb5 18 (31... Qf6 23 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Black has this move LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Tseshkovsky had 27 qg6 close to if not winning for white LarryC (GM) kibitzes: 28 qg6 %041 32. Qxf6 76 %044 32... Bxf6 1 %041 33. Bd5 10 (33. Bg6 9 33... e3 1 (33... Rxb5 11 34. b3 9 34... Rg5 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks grim 35. Rxg5 14 35... Bxg5 1 36. Bd4 %048 36... Kg8 1 37. Bc5 9 37... Rd7 7); 33. Bh5 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe this 33... Rxb5 %045 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: no also bad LarryC (GM) kibitzes: loses b-pawn) 33... e3 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is the problem)) 31... Rd8 %044 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: counterattack sets in jensk (IM) kibitzes: Yeah, got it %15N LD3(d8:d6) #S(8/8/3CO4/8/8/8/8/3CO4)]

31. axb5 57 %040 ICC: '%04199 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 31.axb5: two-sheds (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) kanza (IM) kibitzes: scary females play chess S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: good move SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: She just gave birth gringo (FM) kibitzes: axb5 might be a blunder' 31... axb5 8 %048 %0441 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Rf8 appears to be inferior to Re7 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Re7 had this shot axb5 qf6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: e4 is protected LarryC (GM) kibitzes: with Re7 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: compared to Rf8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: so Re3 looks logical ICC: '%0481 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 31...axb5: SpyRule guest5283 gringo (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) gringo (FM) kibitzes: maybe not SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: NYSF-Bling, as I said earlier, I think top GMs should be doing a lot more to promote the game and do more to popularize it' 32. Bd5 19 %15N LD3(e5:f6) ICC: '%0495 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: stupid move LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: just Rf1? LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: well, he was lost though, guess it isnt "stupid" FrozenShade (GM) kibitzes: white was lost already anyway SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Broatse, in my opinion, yes. He is good enough to train me and others very strong players LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Rf1 threatens to win in a couple of moves after Rxg1 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Rf6 Qxg7 looks pretty bad for black Mataleo (FM) kibitzes: on Rf6 Qg7 is not forced D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: rf1 c3 maybe LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Rf1 Bxe4 Rxg1+ LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yes good point'

[32. Re3 1 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: that makes sense %15N LD3(f7:b3) #S(8/8/8/8/8/2CO5/8/8) %0495 32... Qxb2 25 (32... Qf6 16 33. Qxf6 2 33... Bxf6 2 34. Bd5 7 %044 34... Bd4 1 (34... Bxb2 17) 35. Rxe4 1) 33. c3 5]

32... Rf1 %0413 %048 ICC: '%04150 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 32...Rf1: JFernandez SpyRule Fluid-X LittlePeasant Atticus guest2759IPlayThePie ces AphexTwin FWCC bourinator D-Fridman knightonranden jonina (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) gringo (FM) kibitzes: omg'

[32... Rf4 %0422 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe Rf4 33. c3 37]

33. c3 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: so c3 is forced %0414 kanza (IM) kibitzes: not here rf8 :-) ICC: '%046 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: yes im the guess the move masta gringo (FM) kibitzes: huh SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Garry smells victory. He is gunning for it kanza (IM) kibitzes: rd8? aries2 (IM) kibitzes: so nobody really looked at 22. nf3 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: hmmmmmmmmm subtely double rooks :) Rbf8! gringo (FM) kibitzes: butbag played c3 LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Bxe4 Rxg1 -+ D-Fridman (GM) kibitzes: re1 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: at that point he had no time? Xzibit (FM) kibitzes: no in 5 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: My club is opened daily from the afternoon. I have many volunteers there. It is like a community place SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: 3 0, maybe NYSF. 5 0 no kanza (IM) kibitzes: Kasparov is old man LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: I think a 2 game match made on playchess between Naka and Kasparov might end 1-1 :) gringo (FM) kibitzes: Rd8 Bxe4 Rxg1 Kxg1 Qf4+...hmm LittlePeasant (GM) kibitzes: Qf4 isnt check gringo Golcher (IM) kibitzes: Re1'

[33. Qxe4 12 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: maybe qxe4 33... Qxe4 24 34. Bxe4 1 34... Bd4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: ouch;

33. Bxe4 %041 %15N LD3(g6:h7) 33... Rxg1 7 34. Kxg1 1 34... Qd4 %042 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this? LarryC (GM) kibitzes: also good 35. Kf1 %0422 35... Qd1 2 36. Kf2 1 36... Bd4 2 37. Re3 5 37... Qd2 %043 %15N LD3(d2:e3)]

33... Rbf8 57 %15N #S(8/8/8/2CO5/8/8/8/8) LarryC (GM) kibitzes: qxe4 must lose LarryC (GM) kibitzes: nice also qd4 %0429 %0413 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Garry is attracted by that queen sac %047 ICC: '%04271 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 33...Rbf8: Molari Naturspiller Downhill ccie1 SpyRule guest5283 fear83 runquetera iamzero (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) kanza (IM) kibitzes: qe4 maybe'

[33... e3 %0425 %041 34. Be4 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: not that %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is annoying 34... Kg8 6 %0412 %044 (34... Rbf8 %0411 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: I like this kanza (IM) kibitzes: i move befor) 35. Rxe3 7 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is good LarryC (GM) kibitzes: e3 is premature (35. Bc2 1);

33... Re1 24 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this? kanza (IM) kibitzes: rbf8 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: yes also strong 34. h4 21 (34. Re3 31 34... Rxe3 1 35. Bxe3 2 35... Qxd5 0)]

34. h3 %047 ICC: '%0415 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 34.h3: bigmac (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)'

[34. Qxe4 12 34... Qxe4 1 35. Bxe4 1 35... Re1 7 36. Bd3 1 36... Rf2 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this is hopless LarryC (GM) kibitzes: hopeless;

34. Bxe4 7 %0425 %0416 34... Rxg1 2 %041 %042 35. Kxg1 %040 %041 %040 35... Qc5 1 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: this wins (35... Qd4 %041 %041)]

34... Qf6 6 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: so this was played LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white cannot escape that pin ICC: '%043 SusanPolgar (GM) kibitzes: Bye FWCC S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: Be4 only' 35. Bxe4 %0427 ICC: '%0495' 35... Qxg6 16 %0429 ICC: '%044 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: just r8f2 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: r8f2 crunch' 36. Rxg6 2 %0446 %04124 %041 ICC: '%0441 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 36.Rxg6: guest2759 bigmac atimco (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: draw StarkL (FM) kibitzes: looks like 0-1 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: draw gringo (FM) kibitzes: Re8 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i am not really understanding why he avoided 22. nf3 S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: draw S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: draw StarkL (FM) kibitzes: draw shouting doesn't make the position a draw S-Hassan (IM) kibitzes: draw SalCheech (FM) kibitzes: rf2 bd3 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: how about re8 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: i was saying r8f2 if bxg6 aries2 (IM) kibitzes: now, re8' 36... Re8 33 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: at any rate he played this %041 ICC: '%04143 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 36...Re8: hangin bourinator livermore-jesse guest2759 guest2939 (Tell GuessTheMove your guess) Sweere (GM) kibitzes: engines cause angina gringo (FM) kibitzes: yup'

[36... Re1 1 %15N LD3(f8:f1) %041 %041 37. Bd3 3 (37. Bf3 1 37... Rd8 1 %15N LD3(d2:a2) LD3(d8:d2) LarryC (GM) kibitzes: he still crawls in LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white has the problem of Be5+ LarryC (GM) kibitzes: after Kh2; 37. Re6 %047 %15N #S(4CO3/8/8/8/8/8/8/8) 37... Rff1 4 38. Re8 1 38... Bf8 0 (38... Rf8 22 39. Re7 7 39... b4 3 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: how about this 40. Kh2 15 40... bxc3 4 41. bxc3 1 41... Bxc3 2) 39. Kh2 3 39... Rxg1 10 40. Rxf8 2 40... Kg7 1 41. Rf4 7 41... Rh1 7 42. Kg3 %041 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: white is fighting here) 37... Rf2 1 %15N f2:c2) LD3(f2:b2) #S(8/8/8/8/8/8/3CO4/8) LarryC (GM) kibitzes: looks totally gone 38. Kh2 7 38... Be5 2]

37. Bd3 4 LarryC (GM) kibitzes: Tsesh played this ICC: '%0470 GuessTheMove (C DM) whispers: Correctly predicting 37. Bd3: dflam tesselation batwang PaintDryer ChannelingCapa (Tell GuessTheMove your guess)'

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