Championship of Russia, June 2nd - June 12th 2005

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Post by Jacques PERMAL » Mon Jun 13, 2005 10:12

S. FEDIN- A. GEORGIEV : 0-2

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67th move : Whites played 30-25. Ater that move they could have drawn.
But with 67. 14-9 I think it is automatically equal. Am I wrong ?
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Post by Hanco Elenbaas » Mon Jun 13, 2005 14:53

Jacques PERMAL wrote:S. FEDIN- A. GEORGIEV : 0-2

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67th move : Whites played 30-25.
But with 67. 14-9 I think it is automatically equal. Am I wrong ?
Not automatic, but I think you're right.
Bad luck for Getmanski.

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Post by A.Presman » Mon Jun 13, 2005 18:01

Actually, I thought the end position ( where Fedin gave up ) is still draw

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If white player does 72.15-10 4x15 73.14-9
the position should flow to the end of the game 5 against 2 , where white is getting control over the headline and black has just 3 kings.

Well, champion is always lucky. So it doesn't make the victory of Georgiev smaller.

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Post by Guest » Tue Jun 14, 2005 10:04

Fedin 21.07.1990
Safin 17.01.1988

The game Fedin-Georgiev didn't end at 71 move. Players had no time to write. May be Georgiev will restore the game soon.

Rinat Ishimbaev

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Post by Guest » Tue Jun 14, 2005 10:25

Fedin - Georgiev 72. 1510 0415 1409 2732 0904 3549 0219 3238 1928 3843 2846 4348

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Post by Hanco Elenbaas » Tue Jun 14, 2005 13:06

Beautiful language, Italian!
Michele_Borghetti wrote:Ecco un interessante frammento dal recentissimo campionato russo conclusosi a Ufa domenica scorsa.
La posizione finale ci ricorda il "tombino" di dama italiana ed il matto "affogato" degli scacchi.
Parlando del torneo, dopo 13 turni di lotta intensa, ha prevalso il favorito della vigilia, il giovane pluricampione mondiale Alexander Georgiev, che ha dovuto sudare non poco per tenere il passo di Alexander Getmasnki, che ad un passo dal titolo (2 punti di vantaggio a 3 turni dalla fine) è crollato nello scontro diretto.
Forse la notizia più clamorosa che ci arriva dal torneo è quella dell'8° posto conquistato, con il 50% dei punti, del giovanissimo dodicenne (!!) Aynur Shaibakov, che si è preso il lusso di mandare al tappeto, fra gli altri, gli affermati Grandi Maestri Internazionali Milshin e Kalmakov (quest'ultimo pronostico da fonti attendibili come uno dei favoriti per il titolo ).
Veniamo al finale di cui parlavamo prima

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Stolarow - Safin
Russisch kampioenschap 2005

58.24-20 18-23?

Sembra la mossa giusta per far pari, corretta era invece 14-19 !

59.20x9 23x32 60.9-3!!

Il nero solo ora si rende che sull'unica mossa valida, 31-37 segue la diabolica 3-26! 37x46 26-37!! 32x41 25-20 +

Il nero, desolato, firma la resa

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Post by Michele_Borghetti » Tue Jun 14, 2005 20:05

Hanco Elenbaas wrote:Beautiful language, Italian!


Michele_Borghetti wrote:Ecco un interessante frammento dal recentissimo campionato russo conclusosi a Ufa domenica scorsa.
La posizione finale ci ricorda il "tombino" di dama italiana ed il matto "affogato" degli scacchi.
Parlando del torneo, dopo 13 turni di lotta intensa, ha prevalso il favorito della vigilia, il giovane pluricampione mondiale Alexander Georgiev, che ha dovuto sudare non poco per tenere il passo di Alexander Getmasnki, che ad un passo dal titolo (2 punti di vantaggio a 3 turni dalla fine) è crollato nello scontro diretto.
Forse la notizia più clamorosa che ci arriva dal torneo è quella dell'8° posto conquistato, con il 50% dei punti, del giovanissimo dodicenne (!!) Aynur Shaibakov, che si è preso il lusso di mandare al tappeto, fra gli altri, gli affermati Grandi Maestri Internazionali Milshin e Kalmakov (quest'ultimo pronostico da fonti attendibili come uno dei favoriti per il titolo ).
Veniamo al finale di cui parlavamo prima

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Stolarow - Safin
Russisch kampioenschap 2005

58.24-20 18-23?

Sembra la mossa giusta per far pari, corretta era invece 14-19 !

59.20x9 23x32 60.9-3!!

Il nero solo ora si rende che sull'unica mossa valida, 31-37 segue la diabolica 3-26! 37x46 26-37!! 32x41 25-20 +

Il nero, desolato, firma la resa

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Post by Guest » Wed Jun 15, 2005 01:10

Jacques PERMAL wrote:A. SHABAKOV - A. KALMAKOV : 2-0

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45th move : Blacks played 19-23. It wasn't a so good decision as A. SHAYBAKOV made capital out of this 45th move.
45... 19-23 was not a bad move!
46. 35-30 (??) was the beginning of whites victory, but only after the awful black move 46... 2-7??
In stead of 2-7??, 13-19 was (almost) winning voor black as 37-32 is not possible.

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Post by Guest » Wed Jun 15, 2005 01:18

Anonymous wrote:
Jacques PERMAL wrote:A. SHABAKOV - A. KALMAKOV : 2-0

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45th move : Blacks played 19-23. It wasn't a so good decision as A. SHAYBAKOV made capital out of this 45th move.
45... 19-23 was not a bad move!
46. 35-30 (??) was the beginning of whites victory, but only after the awful black move 46... 2-7??
In stead of 2-7??, 13-19 was (almost) winning voor black as 37-32 is not possible.
Oh, I'm not Guest but Eric van Dusseldorp.

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Post by Jacques PERMAL » Wed Jun 15, 2005 10:23

Anonymous wrote:
Jacques PERMAL wrote:A. SHABAKOV - A. KALMAKOV : 2-0

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45th move : Blacks played 19-23. It wasn't a so good decision as A. SHAYBAKOV made capital out of this 45th move.
45... 19-23 was not a bad move!
46. 35-30 (??) was the beginning of whites victory, but only after the awful black move 46... 2-7??
In stead of 2-7??, 13-19 was (almost) winning voor black as 37-32 is not possible.
You are right, Eric !!

It is very strange that A. KALMAKOV played so badly !!
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Post by Hanco Elenbaas » Wed Jun 15, 2005 15:08

Jacques PERMAL wrote: It is very strange that A. KALMAKOV played so badly !!
It's not strange Jacques.
Andrej Kalmakov is very often in big time trouble (as you remember he is Blitzchampion of Russia!!) and the position in Shaybakov - Kalmakov is a difficult one. So it's not strange that Kalmakov made some mistakes. He made some before in this tournament. And Ainur Shaybakov very clever took advantage of the situation.

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Post by Jacques PERMAL » Fri Jun 17, 2005 21:44

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