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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Brilliancy in Commonwealth!!!!!!!




You can see the analysis below
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 d5 4. Nc3 Bb4 5. Bg5 Nbd7 6. e3 c5 7. Qc2 h6 $146 ({
RR} 7... Qa5 8. Nd2 ({RR} 8. Bxf6 Nxf6 9. Nd2 Bd7 10. Nb3 Qa4 11. Bd3 Rc8 12.
O-O Bxc3 13. bxc3 dxc4 14. Be4 cxb3 15. axb3 Qb5 16. Rxa7 cxd4 17. Rxb7 Qa6 18.
Rb4 Nxe4 19. Qxe4 dxc3 20. Qd4 O-O 21. Qxd7 Qxf1+ 22. Kxf1 c2 {
Pulcherio,C-Palau,L/Montevideo 1925/EXT 2000/0-1}) 8... O-O 9. Nb3 Qa4 10. Bxf6
Nxf6 11. dxc5 Bxc3+ 12. Qxc3 Ne4 13. Qa5 Qxa5+ 14. Nxa5 Nxc5 15. cxd5 exd5 16.
Be2 Be6 17. O-O Rfc8 18. b4 Ne4 19. Rfc1 Nc3 20. Bf1 b6 21. Nb3 a5 22. a3 {
Miralles,G-Inkiov,V/Bulgaria 1985/MCL/1/2-1/2 (40)}) 8. Bh4 O-O 9. Bd3 dxc4 10.
Bxc4 cxd4 11. exd4 Qc7 12. Bb3 b6 13. O-O Bb7 14. Bg3 Qd8 15. Qe2 Nh5 16. Rad1
Nxg3 17. hxg3 Nf6 18. Ne5 Rc8 19. Qd3 Qc7 $15 20. Nb5 Qb8 21. a3 Bd6 22. Rfe1
a6 23. Nc3 $5 (23. Nxd6 $142 Qxd6 $14) 23... Qa8 24. Bc2 $2 (24. Nxf7 $1 Rxf7
25. Rxe6 $18 Rxc3 26. bxc3 Bd5 27. Rxd6) 24... Rfd8 $2 (24... Rfe8 {
Black maintains slight edge}) 25. Nxf7 $1 Kxf7 26. Qg6+ Kf8 27. Rxe6 Rc7 28.
Rxf6+ $1 gxf6 29. Bb3 $1 Rdd7 30. Qg8+ Ke7 31. Re1+ Be5 (31... Be4 32. Qxa8 Be5
33. Qxe4 Rxc3 34. bxc3 $18 {Fritz Shows that it is Mate in 8}) 32. Qf7+ Kd8
33. Qf8# 1-0

Monday, December 10, 2007

Highlights of Karnataka players in Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship 2007:

Highlights of Karnataka players in Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship 2007:

A total of 10 players from Karnataka participated in the Parsvnath Commonwealth Chess Championship 2007. They include
1.D V Prasad
2.M S Thej Kumar
3.Stany G A
4.Girish A Koushik
5.Adith Jagadish
6.Navalgund Niranjan
7.Gahan M G
8.Viani Anotonio D’cunha
9.Nihal Manjunath
10.Shristy J Shetty


International Master D V Prasad had a good start maintained his opposition against top players such as GM Abhijeet Gupta, GM Deepan Chakravarthy and also defeated players like Imocha Laisram, K N Gopal etc…
The Second half proved to be a bit bad for The IM.

M S Thej Kumar of Karnataka finally obtained 1 GM+IM Norm!
He played a fantastic chess in this toughest field!
He completed his IM Norm at the end of 8th round.
And completed a GM Norm at the end of 9th round!
Chess India and Belgaum Chess Congratulates him
And finally he also came in the prize list!
He was lucky enough to bag 15th ! place and 10,000/- in pocket!
 with 7 points

Stany G A played it very steadily to hold great players such as P Karthikeyan, Tanveer M, M Gillani, Imocha Laisram etc… all rated above 2200 and also defeated players such as Wajih Nassir, etc….
He finished with 5.5/10 As he was unlucky in the second half to lose with Aswin Jayaram and Kiran Manisha Mohanti which reduced the chances for a medal…He increased some 40 points….

Girish A Koushik bagged silver medal to end the tourney with 5.5/.10 points! Belgaum Chess And Chess India congratulates the World Under 10 Champion…….

Adith Jagadish also had steady performance with 4.5/10. He may be increasing some rating points as he drew with Sohan Phadke, Sagar Shah rated above 2200…..

Navalgund Niranjan:
As usual he too had a good performance. He missed good chances in the tournament as he had a better position against IM Ratnakaran but went for a win at the end where it was draw and finally messed up!
Then Lost to Imocha Laisram in a opposite bishop ending being a pawn up blundered in a time pressure!
And he also drew with Good players such as K N Gopal , Abhay T,
V S Negi rated above 2200 and his scored more against Quinn Joseph of England etc and he increased some 15-20 rating points!


Gahan M G lost his early rounds with Nisha and Sohan Phadke but picked up well in the middle of the tourney. He was 5/7 which proved to be very vital for chances of gold medal in U-14 category! He got his breakup after winning with Phobalan and Praful Mehta rated above 2200 and Also fancied National U-13 Champion Vidit Santosh Gujarati rated 2315 was one of his victim! The game between Gahan and GM Deepan Chakravarthy attracted huge crowd as the game was quite interesting for some stages.
But finally was won by GM. His loses against high rated after his 5/7 proved to be bad after 5/10! He lost to FM Nitin GM Deepan and Arjun Tiwari!



Viani had a slow but good start with FM Islam Aminiset of Bangladesh and Abhishekh Das which ended in a draw and later scored tremendous upsets like beating Sohan Phadke 2254,Praful Mehta 2207, Aditya Udeshi 2355, and later lost 4 games continuously which did not bring him a medal in his U-12 category. He had bright chances if he had scored just an half more!
His loses with Ratnakaran, Tunveer Gillani , Rishpal Singh and Sagar Shah proved to be less for a medal. He won the final round with WFM Harris Rebecca to finish with 5/10

Nihal Manjunath also lost his early games like Gahan but he played well in the second half. His win against V S Negi gave bright chances for a medal in U-12 category but he lost to Padmini Rout in the final round!
He may be increasing some 20 rating points

Last but not the least Shristy J Shetty bagged silver medal in U-14 Girls Category! Belgaum Chess and Chess India congratulates her!
She played the second half quite well by beating 2000 above rated players.
Her final winning moment of the medal included the final game against M V Laxmi narayana who blundered a piece at the end which made her medal confirm……




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Thursday, November 29, 2007

video


Susan Polgar!





videoHello Everybody! It’s all About Hardwork says” The World’s First Woman Chess Grandmaster Susan Polgar She feels a person might have been born a genius his or her skills have to be developed through much hardwork. Polgar who is the eldest of the three famous chess playing sisters from Hungary! Twenty chess players from the United Karnataka Chess Association could undisputable vouch that Wednesday was one rare day that would be remembered for long. And why not? It is not everyday that aspiring grand masters get the opportunity of having a real Grand Master as their opponent. Chess players, from the tender age of four to six years to seasoned players aged up to 40 years, simultaneously played against the world's first female Grand Master Susan Polgar, a Hungarian-American chess player. The friendly game was organised by the National Geographic Channel to announce the launch of their new series titled ‘My Brilliant Brain’ from December 10 onwards. Apart from the 20 players, there was also an opponent number 21 - Tathagat Avatar Tulsi, another genius who is on his way to become the youngest Ph D holder at the age of 20. Tathagat is also going to be featured in the ‘India's Geniuses’ segment of the Nat Geo series. The friendly match began with Grand Master Susan making the first move on all the 21 boards. About 30 minutes into the game and the first to be checkmated was four-year-old Sudhanva Bharadwaj. When asked about the match and Susan as an opponent, he whispered smiling shyly: “I lost. She defeated me. She can play chess!”. Adding to it was six-year-old Pranav G Reddy, the next to bow down, who said: “It was an easy match, but I got checkmated.” Well, of course, it was not an easy match, they were playing against a Grand Master. The ones who lasted beyond three hours, about five to six players, resigned from the game accepting defeat. Among those who resigned was Tathagat. It would usually take one genius to defeat another, but here there was no defeating the Grand Master. Probably aware of this, Tathagat had quipped before the match itself saying, “I was very interested in chess and played the game for a year. If I had continued, maybe I would have become a grand master. But my love for Physics was more than that towards chess.” The Tournament consisted of 8 rated players. Article by Newindiaexpress…..Here I am with my game! I had a draw but thought of trying! Of Course She is a GM  (175) Polgar,Zsuzsa (2577) - NAVALGUND NIRANJAN (2012) SIMUL BY GEOGRAPHIC CHANNEL, 29.11.2007 [NAVALGUND NIRANJAN] 1.Nf3 d5 2.d4 Nf6 3.c4 e6 4.Nc3 Bb4 5.Bg5 Nbd7 6.cxd5 exd5 7.e3 c5 8.Qb3N 8...Qa5 9.Bxf6 Nxf6 10.a3 0–0 11.Rc1 Bxc3+ 12.Qxc3 Qxc3+ 13.bxc3 c4 14.Nd2 Re8 15.g3 Bf5 16.Bg2 Bd3 17.Nf3 Nd7 18.Kd2 Be4 19.Ne1 Bxg2 20.Nxg2 b5 21.Nf4 Nf6 22.f3 g5 23.Ne2 Re7 24.Rhe1 Nd7? [24...Rae8ยต] 25.Rb1 Rb8 26.a4 a6 27.axb5 axb5 28.Rb2 f5 29.Nc1 Nf6 30.Na2 Ra7 31.Reb1 Ra5 32.Nb4 Rb6 33.Ra2 Rxa2+ 34.Nxa2 Ra6 35.Nb4 Ra8 36.Rb2 Kf7 37.Nc6 Ke6 38.Kc2 Ra1 39.Rxb5 Rh1= 40.h4 gxh4 41.gxh4 Rxh4 42.Rb6 Rh2+ 43.Kd1 Rh1+ 44.Ke2= Here I thought of trying for a win! But Of course She Is a GM! 44...h5?? Almost blunder! [44...Rh2+ 45.Kd1 Kd7 46.Nb4 Ke7 47.Nc6+ Kd7 48.Ne5+ Ke7 49.Nc6+ Kd7=] 45.Nd8+ Ke7 46.Re6+ Kxd8 47.Rxf6 Rh2+ 48.Ke1 Ke7 49.Rxf5 Kd6 50.e4 dxe4 51.fxe4 Rh3 52.Kd2 Rh2+ 53.Ke3 Rc2 54.Rd5+ Ke6 55.Rxh5 Rxc3+ 56.Kf4 Rd3 57.Rh6+ Kd7 58.d5 The game lasted for 70 moves.... 1–0 Now, most of you would probably be eager to know about what happened at the Exhibition Match. Given below are the names of the participants who took part in the Exhibition Match: 1) Sushruta Reddy 2) K.Durgesh 3) Srishti J Shetty 4) Niranjan Navalgund 5) M Suraj 6) Nischal 7) Akshay Bharadwaj 8) M S Sharang 9) Sadashiva 10) Krish Bharat 11) Vasishta 12) Amit Kashyap 13) Pramath H S 14) Pranav 15) Sreeshan 16) Hanumantha 17) Naren 18) Sudhanva Bharadwaj 19) L.S. Prabhanjan 20) G.Srinivas 21) Tathagat Avatar Tulsi . Sadashiva - the new Joint Secretary of United Karnataka Chess Association and who also manages the website www.karnatakachess.com - came very close to defeating Susan. It probably was a humdinger which he was unlucky to lose - blundering in a double edged ending. Another game that captured the attention of various people was that of Niranjan Navalgund, who too unfortunately messed up a drawish end game but maintained equality till the end!. This does not mean that Susan defeated all the players. Two players drew against the World's first female GrandMaster and they were sixth seeded Srishti J Shetty (who fought very well for her draw) of Shimoga and third seeded Sushruta Reddy. The Players were presented with a Wooden Chess Set with her autograph! It was great opportunity for the children to meet such a personality! I was very very very happy! And One Thing I was the last man to get off from simul! This event was the most memorable of mine!!!! All the best for Susan Polgar!!!!!

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Tuesday, November 06, 2007

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Sunday, September 16, 2007









(1) Spassky,Boris V (2660) - Fischer,Robert James (2785) [A77]

World Championship 28th Reykjavik (3), 16.07.1972

[ChessBase]






1.d4
Nf6
2.c4
e6
3.Nf3
c5
4.d5
exd5
5.cxd5
d6
6.Nc3
g6
7.Nd2
/\ Nc4


7...Nbd7
8.e4
[8.Nc4
Nb6
]


8...Bg7
9.Be2
[‹9.Bd3
Schwarz droht gelegentlich: c4, Ne5; ‹9.Bc4
Schwarz droht gelegentlich: b5 ]


9...0-0
10.0-0
Re8
11.Qc2
[11.a4
; 11.f3
Petrosjan]


11...Nh5!?
12.Bxh5
[12.g3
Ne5
13.f4
Ng4
14.Nc4
>< >> 14...Bxc3
/\ b5 Byrne; 12.f4
Bd4+
13.Kh1
Ndf6
/\ 14... Ng4 Purdy; 12.Rd1
Nf4
13.Bf1
Ne5
14.Nc4
g5!
Smyslov]


12...gxh5
13.Nc4
[13.a4
Ne5
14.Nd1!
Qh4
15.Ne3
Ng4
16.Nxg4
hxg4
17.Nc4
Qf6?
Nunn (17...g3
18.fxg3
Qxe4
19.Qxe4
Rxe4
20.Nxd6
Re5
21.Nxf7+/-
Nunn) 18.Bd2
Qg6
19.Bc3
Bxc3
20.bxc3
b6
(>=20...f5
21.f3
Bd7~~
Byrne) 21.Rfe1
Ba6
22.Nd2
Re5
23.f4!+-
Gligoric-Kavalek/Skopje ol/1972/]


13...Ne5
/\ 14.Ne5 Be5-> Purdy


14.Ne3
[14.Nxe5
Bxe5
15.Be3
Byrne]


14...Qh4
15.Bd2
[15.f3!
Byrne; 15.Nb5
Qe7
/\ 16... a6,17... b5 -/+ << 16.a4
a6
17.Nc3
b6
/\ Rb8, Bd7, b5 (17...Rb8?
18.a5!+/-
)
18.a5?
b5
Smith]


15...Ng4
[15...Nf3+?
16.gxf3
Be5
17.Rfc1+-
Byrne]


16.Nxg4
hxg4
17.Bf4
[17.Ne2!?
Bf5
(17...f5
18.Ng3
fxe4
(18...Be5!
/\ 19... f4! 19.exf5
Rf8
20.f4
(20.Bc3
Rf6!
21.Bxe5
Rh6-+
; 20.Rfe1
Bxf5
21.Nxf5?
Qxh2+->
+-) 20...Bd4+
21.Kh1
Rf6
/\ Qg3 22.Be1
Rh6-+
Purdy)
19.Rfe1
/\ 20.Bc3 Smyslov)
18.Ng3
(18.exf5
Rxe2-/+
)
18...Bg6
19.Rae1
h5
20.Bc3=
Smith]


17...Qf6
18.g3?
[18.Bg3<=>
h5
19.f3!
Byrne (19.Nb5!
Kholmov) 19...h4
20.Be1
Purdy (20.fxg4
Qe7-/+
)
; >=18.Qd2
Smith/Smyslov 18...Qg6-/+
/\ 19... f5 ^^ Purdy]


18...Bd7|^
/\ b5


19.a4
b6
/\ a6, b5 Smith [19...a6?
20.a5!+/-
]


20.Rfe1
[20.a5
b5
]


20...a6-/+
Smith


21.Re2
/\ Rad1, e5


21...b5!
[21...Re7
22.Rae1
Rae8
23.Qd3!
]


22.Rae1
[22.axb5
axb5
23.Rxa8
Rxa8
24.e5
dxe5
(24...Ra1+
25.Kg2
dxe5
26.Rxe5
(26.Bxe5
Qh6!
)
26...b4
27.Ne4
Qh6-+
)
25.Rxe5
b4
26.Ne2
(26.Ne4
Ra1+
27.Kg2
Qa6
/\ Qf1#) 26...Qg6!
Byrne]


22...Qg6
23.b3
Re7
[23...Bxc3
24.Qxc3
bxa4
25.bxa4
Bxa4
26.e5!->
Byrne]


24.Qd3
Rb8
/\ 25... ba /\ Rb3 26.ba-/+ Byrne


25.axb5
axb5
/\ 26... b4 27... Bb5 Smith [25...Bxb5?
26.Nxb5
Byrne]


26.b4[]
Smith


26...c4
[26...cxb4
27.Na2
]


27.Qd2
Rbe8
28.Re3
[28.Bg5??
Bxc3
29.Qxc3
Qxg5+-
]


28...h5
[28...Bxc3
29.Qxc3
Rxe4
30.Rxe4
Rxe4
31.Rxe4
Qxe4
32.Qf6<=>
Byrne]


29.R3e2
Kh7
[>=29...Bxc3
Byrne]


30.Re3
Kg8
[30...Bxc3
31.Qxc3
Rxe4
32.Rxe4
Rxe4
33.Rxe4
Qxe4
34.Qf6<=>
]


31.R3e2
Bxc3
32.Qxc3
Rxe4
33.Rxe4
Rxe4
34.Rxe4
Qxe4-+
Smith


35.Bh6
[35.Bxd6
Qxd5
/\ 36... Bc6 +- Byrne]


35...Qg6
36.Bc1
Qb1
37.Kf1
Bf5
38.Ke2
Qe4+
39.Qe3
Qc2+
[39...Qxd5
40.Qg5+
Byrne]


40.Qd2
[40.Ke1!
Byrne]


40...Qb3
41.Qd4?
[41.Ke1
Qf3
42.Qg5+
Bg6
43.Qe3
Qh1+
44.Kd2
Qxd5+
45.Kc3
Byrne]


41...Bd3+!
[41...Bd3+
42.Ke1
(42.Kd2
Qc2+
43.Ke1
Qxc1#
; 42.Ke3
Qd1!
43.Qb2
Qf3+
44.Kd4
Qe4+
45.Kc3
Qe1+!
/\ 46... Qe5#) 42...Qxb4+-+
] 0-1






(1) Spassky,Boris V (2660) - Fischer,Robert James (2785) [E56]
World Championship 28th Reykjavik (1), 11.07.1972
[ChessBase]



1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 d5 4.Nc3 Bb4
[4...c5 Petrosjan-Fischer/Buenos Aires (8) cf/1971/0-1/40/ 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 cxd4 8.cxd4 Bb4+ Spassky-Petrosjan/Moskau wm(5)/1-0/31/]

5.e3
[5.a3 Bxc3+ 6.bxc3 Thorbergsson-Fischer/Rykjavik/1960/1/2/26/]

5...0-0 6.Bd3 c5
[6...Nc6 7.a3 Bxc3+ 8.bxc3 Na5 9.Nd2 c5 10.0-0+/- Reshevsky-Fischer/Los Angeles/1961/1-0/28/]

7.0-0 Nc6
This position was never played befor by Fischer.

8.a3 Ba5 9.Ne2
[9.cxd5 exd5 10.dxc5 /\ b4 10...Bxc3 11.bxc3^ Byrne 11...Bg4 12.c4 d4!? (12...Ne5 13.cxd5 Bxf3 14.gxf3 Qxd5 15.Be2 Qxc5~~ Timman) 13.Rb1+/- Gligoric-Szabo/Beverwijk/1967/]

9...dxc4 10.Bxc4 Bb6
[10...cxd4 11.exd4 h6 12.Bf4 (12.Ba2 Bc7 13.Nc3 Ne7 14.Re1 b6 Hodos-Krogius/USSR ch/1960/; >=12.Qd3 /\ 13.Rad1 nebst eventuell Nf4 Timman) 12...a6 13.Rc1 Ne7 14.Ba2 Bd7 15.Be5 Ned5-/+ Petrosjan-Tolush/USSR ch/1951/; 10...cxd4 11.exd4 Bc7 Smith; 10...Qe7 11.dxc5 Qxc5 12.Ba2 Rd8 13.Qa4 b5 14.Qh4 b4 15.Bd2 /\ 16.Rfc1 +/- Timman]

11.dxc5
[11.Qd3 cxd4 (11...Qe7 /\ Rd8, Bd7-e8) 12.exd4 Byrne]

11...Qxd1
[11...Bxc5 12.Qc2 Byrne /\ 13.b4, 14.Bb2 Timmam]

12.Rxd1 Bxc5 13.b4 Be7
[13...Bb6 Smith]

14.Bb2+/=
Byrne

14...Bd7!
Byrne [14...b6 15.Nf4 Bb7 16.Ng5 Nd8 17.Rac1 h6? 18.Ngxe6!+- Spassky-Krogius/USSR ch/1958/]

15.Rac1
[15.Bxf6 Bxf6 16.Rxd7?? Bxa1; 15.Kf1!? Smith; 15.e4! Smith 15...Rfd8 (15...e5 16.Nxe5 Nxe5 17.Bxe5 Ba4 18.Re1! Nxe4 19.Nd4 Nd6 20.Bd5+/-) 16.e5 Ne8 17.Ng3! /\ Ne4-c5, Ne4-d6 17...Rac8 18.Rac1 Nb8 19.b5!+/- Timman; >=15.Ned4 Gligoric]

15...Rfd8 16.Ned4 Nxd4 17.Nxd4
[17.Rxd4 Byrne; 17.Bxd4? Ba4 18.Rd2 Rac8-/+ /\ 19... b5 Byrne]

17...Ba4
[17...Rac8 Byrne]

18.Bb3 Bxb3
[18...Rxd4 19.Bxa4+/= Byrne (19.Rxd4? Bxb3-/+) ]

19.Nxb3
/\ Na5 Byrne

19...Rxd1+ 20.Rxd1 Rc8
[20...Rd8? 21.Rc1!+/- Byrne]

21.Kf1 Kf8 22.Ke2
[22.Bxf6 Bxf6 23.Rd7 Rc3= Smith]

22...Ne4
/\ 23... Rc7

23.Rc1 Rxc1 24.Bxc1 f6
[24...Ke8 >= Timman 25.Na5 Nd6 26.Kd3 Kd7 (26...b5= Botvinnik) 27.Nc4 (27.e4 b5= Timman) 27...b5= Smith; >=24...Bf6 25.f3 Nd6 /\ Ke7 Pachmann]

25.Na5
[25.f3 Nd6 26.Na5 Smith (26.Nc5 Botvinnik 26...e5 Purdy) ]

25...Nd6
[25...b6? 26.Nc6-> <<>

26.Kd3 /\ 27.e4 Byrne

26...Bd8
[26...Ke8 /\ 27... Kd7= Byrne]

27.Nc4 Bc7
[27...Nxc4= Byrne; 27...Ke7= Byrne]

28.Nxd6 Bxd6
/\ 29... b5=/+ Pachmann

29.b5
! Pachmann

29...Bxh2?!
Byrne/Smith [29...Ke7 30.h3 (30.Ke4 f5+ 31.Kd4? Bxh2-+) 30...e5 /\ 31... Ke6= Botvinnik]

30.g3 h5 31.Ke2 h4
[31...g5 32.Kf3 g4+ 33.Kg2 h4 34.Kxh2 h3 35.f3 f5 36.e4 Ke7 37.Be3 a6 38.bxa6 bxa6 39.exf5 exf5 40.fxg4 fxg4 41.Kg1 Ke6 42.Kf1 Kd5 43.Bg1 Kc4 (43...Ke4 44.Ke2+-) 44.Ke2 Kb3 45.Ke3 Kxa3 46.Kf4+- Timman]

32.Kf3
[32.gxh4 Bd6=/+ Byrne]

32...Ke7
[32...h3 33.Kg4 Bg1 34.Kxh3 Bxf2 35.Bd2!+- Byrne; 32...g5?! 33.Kg2 (33.e4? h3= 34.Be3 Bg1 /\ 35... g4 -+ 35.g4[] a6 -/+/-+ Purdy) 33...g4 34.Kxh2 h3 35.e4 /\ 36.f3 +- Byrne (35.f3 f5 36.e4 Ke7 37.e5!!+- /\ Kf1-.., Bg1 Purdy ) ]

33.Kg2 hxg3 34.fxg3 Bxg3 35.Kxg3 Kd6 36.a4
/\ Ba3 Byrne [36.e4 Kc5 37.Be3+ Kxb5 38.Bxa7 g6 /\ 39... f5 = Pachmann (38...Kc4 39.Kf3 Kd3 /\ e5, g7-g5-g4 = Gligoric) ; 36.Kg4 g6 37.Bb2 e5= Gligoric]

36...Kd5
[36...Kc5 37.Ba3+ Kc4 38.Bf8 g6 39.Be7+- Smith 39...f5 40.Kf4+- Pachmann]

37.Ba3 Ke4
?? Pachmann [>=37...e5 Smith 38.Kg4 g6 39.Be7 f5+ 40.Kg5 (40.Kf3 Kc4 41.Bd6 Kd5 42.Bb8 a6 43.b6 g5=) 40...Ke4 41.Bc5 (41.Kxg6 f4=; 41.Bd8 Kd5 42.Bc7 Ke4 43.Kxg6 f4 44.exf4 exf4 45.Kf6 f3 46.Bg3 Kd5 47.Bf2 b6 48.Ke7 Kc4 49.Kd7 Kb4 50.Kc6 Kxa4 51.Be1 Kb3 52.Kb7 (52.Kd5 Ka4 53.Kc4 Ka3=) 52...Kc4=) 41...b6? 42.Bxb6! axb6 43.a5!+- Purdy; 37...a6!= 38.b6 (38.bxa6 bxa6=; 38.Bf8 axb5 39.axb5 Ke4 40.Bxg7 (40.Kf2 f5 41.Bxg7 e5 /\ f4 =; 40.Bc5 e5= Purdy) 40...Kxe3 41.Bxf6 b6 42.Bd8 Kd3 43.Bxb6 Kc4=; 38.Kf4 g5+ 39.Kf3 axb5 40.axb5 g4+! 41.Kxg4 Ke4 42.Bc5 e5 43.Kh5 f5 44.Kg6 f4 45.exf4 exf4 46.Kf6 Kd5 47.Bf2 b6!= Purdy) 38...Kc6 39.a5 (39.Bf8 Kxb6 40.Bxg7 Ka5 41.Bxf6 Kxa4 42.Kf4 b5 43.Ke5 b4 44.Kxe6 b3 45.Kd5 Kb4! (45...Ka3?) 46.e4 a5= Purdy) 39...Kd5; 37...Kc4 38.Bf8 Kb3 (38...g6 39.Be7 f5 40.Kf4 Kb3 41.a5 Kc4 42.Kg5! Kxb5 43.Kxg6 Kxa5 44.Kf6+-) 39.Bxg7 (39.a5 Ka4 40.a6 b6 41.Bxg7 Kxb5 42.Bxf6 Kxa6 43.Kf4 Kb5 44.Bd4+- Purdy) 39...Kxa4 40.Bxf6 Kxb5 41.Kf4 Kc4 42.Bd4 /\ 43.Ke5 +- Timman]

38.Bc5!
[38.Kf2 Byrne]

38...a6
[38...b6? 39.Bxb6+- axb6 40.a5 bxa5 (40...Kd5 41.a6+-) 41.b6+- Byrne]

39.b6! f5
[39...e5 40.Kg4 (40.Bf8 Kxe3 (40...g6 41.Bh6 f5 42.Kh4 f4 43.exf4 exf4 44.Kg4 f3 45.Kg3+- Purdy) 41.Bxg7 Kd4! 42.Bxf6 Kc5 43.Bd8! Kb4 44.Kf3 Kxa4 45.Ke4 Kb5 46.Kd5! a5!= Prins (46...e4 Botvinnik 47.Kd6 a5 48.Kc7 Ka6 49.Bg5 a4 50.Bc1!+- Purdy) ) 40...g6 (40...Kd5 41.Bf8 g6 42.Be7 Ke6 43.Bd8!+- /\ e4, Kc4 nebst Zugzwang Timman) 41.a5 (41.Kg3! f5 42.Kh4 f4 43.exf4 Kxf4 (43...exf4 44.Kg5+-) 44.Be7! e4 45.Bg5+ Kf3 (45...Kf5 46.Bd2+-) 46.Bc1! e3 47.Kg5 e2 48.Bd2 Kf2 49.Kxg6+- Pachmann; 41.Be7 Kxe3 42.Bxf6 e4 (42...Kd4= Timman) 43.Kg5 Kd3 44.Kxg6 Kc4 45.Kf5 Vergleiche Partie. Gligoric) 41...Kd5 42.Be7 f5+ 43.Kg5 f4 /\ Kc8/Ka8 44.exf4 exf4 45.Kxf4 Ke6 /\ Kc8, Ka8 Byrne; 39...Kd5 40.Bf8 g6 41.Be7 f5 42.Kf4+- Pachmann]

40.Kh4
/\ Kg5-g6-c7 +-

40...f4?
Byrne [40...Kd5 41.Bd4 (41.Bb4! Kc6 (41...Ke4 42.Bd2 Kd3 43.Bc1 Kc2 44.Ba3 Kb3 45.Bf8 Kxa4 46.Bxg7 Kb5 47.Kg5+-) 42.Ba5! Kc5 43.Kg5 Kc4 44.Kg6 Kd3 45.Kxg7 Kxe3 46.Kf6+- Pachmann; 41.Ba3? Kc6 42.Bb2 Kxb6 43.Bxg7 Kc5 44.Kg5 Kd5 45.Kf4 b5 46.a5 b4 47.Bb2 Kc4 48.Ke5 Kd3 49.Kxe6 Kxe3 50.Kxf5= Pachmann; 41.Be7 Kc4 (41...Ke4 42.Bg5 g6 43.Kg3 e5 44.Bh6 Kd5!= Wade) 42.Bg5 e5 /\ f4 = Gligoric; 41.Bf8 g6 42.Kg5 Ke4 43.Kf6! Kxe3 44.Kxe6 Kd4 45.Kd7 f4 46.Bd6 f3 47.Bg3+-) 41...e5 42.Bc3 f4! (42...Ke4 43.Kg5 f4 44.exf4= Gligoric) 43.exf4 exf4 44.Kg4 Kc5 45.a5 (45.Ba5 g5 46.Kxg5 Kd6 47.Kxf4 Kd7 48.Kf5 Kc8; 45.Ba5 g5) 45...g5 46.Kxg5 Kd6 47.Kxf4 Kd7 48.Kf5 Kc8 /\ Kb8, Ka8 Byrne 49.Be5 Kd8 50.Ke6 Kc8 51.Bd6 Kd8 52.Bc7+ Kc8=]

41.exf4 Kxf4 42.Kh5! Kf5
[42...g5 43.Kg6! g4 (43...Kg4 44.Kf6 e5 45.Bd6+- Gligoric) 44.Bd6+ e5 45.Kf6 g3 46.Bxe5+ Kf3 47.Ke7 g2 48.Bd4+- /\ Kb7 Byrne; 42...e5 43.Kg6 e4 44.Kxg7 e3 45.Bxe3+ Kxe3 46.Kf6 Kd4 47.Ke6 Kc4 48.a5+- Purdy]

43.Be3
[‹43.Bf2 g5 44.Be3 g4 45.Kh4 Ke4 Timman; 43.Be7+- Timman]

43...Ke4
[43...g6+ 44.Kh6 Kf6 45.Bd2 Kf5 46.Bg5 e5 47.Bd2 Kf6 48.Be3 Kf5 49.Bg5+- Zugzwang. Pachmann]

44.Bf2
[44.Bc1+- Botvinnik 44...Kf5 (44...Kd3? 45.Kg6 Kc2 46.Kxg7! Kxc1 47.Kf6+-; 44...Kd5 45.Kg6 Kc5 46.Be3+ Kb4 47.Kf7 (47.Kxg7? Kxa4 48.Kf6 Kb5 49.Kxe6 Kc6= Wade) 47...Kxa4 48.Kxe6 Kb5 49.Kd7 a5 50.Kc7 Ka6 51.Bd4 g5 52.Bf6 g4 53.Be5 a4 54.Bd6+- Purdy) 45.Bg5 e5 46.Bc1 e4 47.Be3 Vgl. Partie]

44...Kf5 45.Bh4 e5
[45...g6+ 46.Kh6 e5 47.Bg5 e4 48.Bd2 Kf6 49.Be3 Kf5 50.Bg5 Zugzwang +- Byrne]

46.Bg5 e4 47.Be3 Kf6
[47...g6+ 48.Kh4 Kf6 49.Kg4+- Byrne]

48.Kg4 Ke5 49.Kg5 Kd5 50.Kf5 a5
[50...Kc4 51.Kxe4 Kb4 52.Kd5 Kxa4 53.Kd6 /\ 54... Kc7 Byrne]

51.Bf2
Zugzwang [51.Bd2? Kc5 52.Bxa5 e3= Timman]

51...g5 52.Kxg5 Kc4 53.Kf5 Kb4 54.Kxe4 Kxa4 55.Kd5 Kb5 56.Kd6
[56.Kd6 a4 57.Kc7 Ka6 58.Bc5 Kb5 59.Bf8 Ka6 60.Be7+-] 1-0



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