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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 10:33 
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Below is the link to watch the live streaming of the games of the World Championship match in GAYP 2014:

GM Ron King (Barbados) - GM Sergio Scarpetta (Italy):

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/king-scarpetta

Both players already played a tied World Championship match (+2, -2, = 20) in 2012.

http://www.manghisi.it//Export/HTM/MATC ... RPETTA.htm


Ron King is undefeated World Champion in GAYP since 1991.
Sergio Scarpetta won the WCDF World Qualifier in Barbados in 2013 by a huge margin to qualify for his 2nd shot at the title.
http://www.nccheckers.org/NCCA/10-13-20 ... %20com.htm

Both players recently won their respective National Championships in Italy

http://www.federdama.it/cms/elenco-degl ... ma-inglese

and Barbados

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=p ... kxFN34j2ms

and seem in good shape for a close and exciting match.

Games:
http://www.usacheckers.com/forum/viewto ... f=4&t=3456

Animated Games:
http://www.manghisi.it/Export/htm/inglese/match2014.htm


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 10:59 
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First game drawn:

[Black "Scarpetta Sergio"]
[White "King Ronald"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 9-14 22-17 2. 11-15 25-22 3. 8-11 29-25 4. 4-8 23-19 5. 6-9 17-13 6. 2-6 24-20 7. 15x24 28x19 8. 11-15 27-24 9. 14-17 21x14 10. 9x18 26-23 11. 18x27 32x23 12. 10-14 19x10 13. 6x15 13-9 14. 14-18 23x14 15. 7-10 14x7 16. 3x10 25-21 17. 5x14 30-26 18. 14-18 22-17 19. 8-11 17-14 20. 10x17 21x14 21. 12-16 14-10 22. 16-19 10-7 23. 19x28 7-2 24. 28-32 2-7 25. 32-28 7x16 26. 28-24 1/2-1/2


By transpostion the famous "Souter" opening was reached, named after a group of scottish shoemakers (souters) that alledgly prepared that line to surprise the famous World Champion James Wyllie.

It followed theory for a long time and finally ended in a simple drawn ending.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, drawn 1


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 12:58 
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Second game drawn:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 1 - Game 2"]
[Date "2014-07-05"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 9-14 24-20 2. 5-9 22-18 3. 11-16 20x11 4. 8x22 25x18 5. 4-8 27-24 6. 8-11 29-25 7. 10-15 25-22 8. 6-10 24-19 9. 15x24 28x19 10. 1-5 22-17 11. 9-13 18x9 12. 13x22 26x17 13. 5x14 30-26 14. 11-15 26-22 15. 15x24 22-18 16. 12-16 18x9 17. 16-20 23-19 18. 10-14 17x10 19. 7x14 31-26 20. 14-18 19-15 21. 3-8 9-5 22. 8-12 5-1 23. 12-16 1-5 24. 16-19 32-27 1/2-1/2

1.9-14, the "Double Corner" is the move 2nd in popularity after 1. 11-15. Both players used it in their first games.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, Drawn 2


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 16:58 
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Third game drawn

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 1 - Game 3"]
[Date "2014-07-05"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 9-14 22-18 2. 5-9 24-19 3. 11-15 18x11 4. 8x24 28x19 5. 4-8 26-22 6. 8-11 27-24 7. 1-5 22-18 8. 9-13 18x9 9. 5x14 25-22 10. 14-17 21x14 11. 10x26 31x22 12. 11-16 24-20 13. 6-10 20x11 14. 7x16 29-25 15. 3-7 22-18 16. 16-20 18-15 17. 20-24 15x6 18. 2x9 23-18 19. 7-10 18-15 20. 10-14 15-10 21. 14 18 10-7 22. 9-14 7-2 23. 24-27 32x23 24. 18x27 2-6 25. 14-18 25-22 1/2-1/2

looked like a close draw by Ron King. His 10.14-17 and 12.11-16 choices gave Sergio Scarpetta some chance to press in the endgame, but Ron managed to withstand.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, Drawn 3


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 05, 2014 19:10 
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4th game Drawn, Scarpetta missing win

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 1 - Game 4"]
[Date "2014-07-05"]
[Black "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[White "Ronald King"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 24-20 2. 8-11 28-24 3. 9-14 22-17 4. 6-9 17-13 5. 1-6 25-22 (A) 6. 14-18 23x14 7. 9x25 29x22 8. 3-8 (B) 22-17 9. 15-19 24x15 10. 10x19 26-23 11. 19x26 30x23 12. 11-16 20x11 13. 8x15 27-24 14. 7-10 23-19 15. 15-18 17-14 16. 10x17 21x14 17. 2-7 19-15 18. 18-22 31-27 19. 22-26 (C) 1/2-1/2

Note:
(A) 5. ... 25-22? is a loss according to theory.
(B) This lets the win slip away. 8. 4-8 is published as a win for red.
(C) Now the petite combinaison 19. ... 15-11, 20. 7x16 14-9!, 21. 5x14 24-19, 22.16x23 27x2 simplifies into an easily drawn ending.

Ron King was thus lucky to survive the first day.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, Drawn 4


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 11:06 
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Game nr 5:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 2 - Game 5"]
[Date "2014-07-06"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergi Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 9-14 22-17 2. 11-15 25-22 3. 8-11 17-13 4. 11-16 29-25 5. 16-20 24-19 6. 15x24 28x19 7. 4-8 22-18 8. 8-11 18x9 9. 5x14 19-16 10. 12x19 23x16 11. 11-15 25-22 12. 15-19 22-18 13. 14x23 27x18 14. 19-24 26-22 15. 6-9 13x6 16. 2x9 31-26 17. 10-14 16-11 18. 7x16 22-17 19. 14x23 26x12 20. 1-6 30-26 21. 6-10 17-13 22. 9-14 26-22 23. 10-15 13-9 24. 24-28 9-6 25. 14-18 22-17 26. 18-23 1/2-1/2

The game followed reknown theory almost to the end.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, Drawn 5


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Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 2 - Game 6"]
[Date "2014-07-06"]
[Black "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[White "Ronald King"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 24-20 2. 8-11 28-24 3. 9-14 22-17 4. 6-9 17-13 5. 1-6 23-19 6. 15-18 26-23 7. 14-17 21x14 8. 10x17 23x14 9. 9x18 25-22 ? (A) 10. 18x25 30x14 11. 6-10 14-9 12. 5x14 29-25 (B) 13. 14-17 13-9 14. 17-21!? (C) 32-28 ! (D) 15. 21x30 19-16 16. 12x19 24x6 17. 30-25 6-1 18. 7-10 31-26 19. 4-8 27-24 20. 10-14 1-6 21. 8-12 26-23 22. 25-21!? (E) 23-19 23. 3-8 6-1 24. 21-17 1-6 25. 17-21 6-1 26. 21-25 1-6 27. 25-21 6-1 28. 21-17 1-6 29. 17-21 6-1 1/2-1/2

Did Sergio miss another win?

(A) regarded as bad. Theory prefers 9. ... 25-21
(B) Now the natural 12. ... 13-9 loses to 13.11-16.
(C) Here 14. 10-14 avoids the shot and 14. ... 9-5, 15. 17-21 25-22, 16. 21-25 finally lost in Owen-Gabbard, Lakeside 1981. Unless Ron has something at his sleeve to improve that game, it seems that Sergio missed another publish play win.
(D) This shot simplifies and relieves the tesion for white.
(E) Here 22. 12-16 offers another chance, as now 22. ... 24-19 runs into 23.14-18!, but 23 . ... 23x14, 24. 16x23 6-10 might draw with care.

Score: King 0, Scarpetta 0, Drawn 6


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 17:03 
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Scarpetta wins game 7 and leads!

1. Scarpetta, S. - King, R.
WCM (7), 6.7.2014

1.11-15 23-19 2.08-11 22-18 3.15:22 25:18 4.04-08 27-23 5.09-13 26-22 6.11-16 30-26 7.06-09 (A) 18-15? (B)
8.01-06! 32-27
[ Probaly King relied on the move 8...24-20 , but now he saw that to his horror that move loses to a pretty long shot: 9.10-14!! 20:04 10.14-18 23:14 11.09:25 29:22 12.03-08!! 04:11 13.07:30 ]
After this move the white pieces are cramped, and white will eventually lose a piece if not more... 9.16-20! 29-25 10.09-14 19-16
[ 10...22-18 11.07-11 18:09 12.05:14 26-22 13.11:18 22:15 14.02-07! 25-22 ( 14...31-26 15.07-11 26-22 16.11:18 22:15 17.13-17 and white has no move left. ) 15.12-16 19:12 16.10:26 loses ]
11.12:19 23:16 12.10:19 24:15 13.08-12 16-11 14.07:16 15-11 15.16-19! Nice. He gives his extra piece back to get the opponent into zugzwang. 27-24 16.20:27 31:15 17.12-16! 11-08 Giving the piece back, but it is lost anyway...
[ moving a piece on the other wing loses by a shot eg: 17...26-23 18.14-17 21:14 19.06-10 14:07 20.03:26 ]
[ Trying to avoid zugzwang does not work: 17...28-24 18.16-19 24-20 19.14-18 20-16 20.18-23 ]
18.03:12 15-11 19.06-10 28-24 20.16-20 24-19 21.20-24 11-08 22.24-27 08-03 23.27-32 26-23 24.32-28 2-0

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn 6, 17 games to go.


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PostPosted: Sun Jul 06, 2014 18:19 
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[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 2 - Game 8"]
[Date "2014-07-06"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-16 21-17 2. 16-19 24x15 3. 10x19 23x16 4. 12x19 27-24 5. 7-10 24x15 6. 10x19 32-27 7. 3-7 22-18 8. 6-10 25-21 9. 10-15 18x11 10. 8x15 17-13 11. 4-8 13x6 12. 1x10 21-17 13. 5-9 29-25 14. 9-14 25-21 15. 2-6 27-24 16. 8-12 31-27 17. 7-11 27-23 18. 11-16 26-22 19. 19x26 30x23 20. 6-9 17-13 21. 16-20 13x6 22. 20x27 23-19 23. 15x24 28x19 24. 27-31 6-1 25. 31-26 22-17 26. 26-22 17-13 27. 22-18 13-9 28. 18-15 1-6 29. 15x24 6x15 30. 12-16 1/2-1/2

The third opening move that was tried in this match was 1.11-16, the Bristol, an opening reported to be especially popular in Babados. Sergio Scarpetta had no troubles to equalize, in contrast, he forced Ron King to make a series of star moves, beginning with 15.2-6. It seems like the Italian Champion is especially well prepared in his opsnings this time. The Champion however showed excellent defensive play when he needed it in very critical situation.

However, he needs to find an opening with red, in which he is able to avert some pressure, as he now trails by one game. Play commences tomorrow at 9.00 MEST with the livestream at:

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/king-scarpetta


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 10:20 
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Game 9:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 3 - Game 9"]
[Date "2014-07-07"]
[Black "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[White "Ronald King"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 23-19 2. 8-11 22-17 3. 3-8 (A) 25-22 4. 11-16 29-25 (B) 5. 16x23 27x11 6. 8x15 24-19 (C) 7. 15x24 28x19 8. 7-11 17-14 9. 9x18 22x8 10. 4x11 26-23 11. 11-15 32-27 12. 15x24 27x20 13. 5-9 30-26 14. 9-14 20-16 15. 12x19 23x16 16. 14-17 21x7 17. 2x20 31-27 18. 6-10 26-22 19. 1-5 25-21 20. 5-9 1/2-1/2


Notes:
(A) The Alma, not named after a beautiful woman, but to commemorate the victims of the bloody battle of Alma in the Crimean War (1854)
(B) Probably part of the home preparation by Ron King, as in their match in 2012 he had troubles to equalize in that seldomly played, but very complicated opening.
(C) Heading straight for simplificaions and an easy draw.

Score:


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 11:37 
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Game 10:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 3 - Game 10"]
[Date "2014-07-07"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 22-18 2. 15x22 25x18 3. 10-15 (A) 18x11 4. 8x15 21-17 5. 9-13 30-25 (B) 6. 13x22 25x11 7. 7x16 24-20 8. 3-8 20x11 9. 8x15 28-24 10. 4-8 23-19 11. 6-10 27-23 12. 8-11 32-28 13. 5-9 24-20 14. 15x24 28x19 15. 9-14 19-16 16. 12x19 23x7 17. 2x11 26-23 18. 10-15 29-25 19. 1-6 25-22 20. 6-9 31-27 21. 9-13 27-24 22. 14-17 23-19 1/2-1/2

(A) Ron avoids the main lines 3.12-16 or 3.8-11 by transposing into a Kelso opening (1.10-15), usually brought up by this move order: 1. 10-15 22-18, 2. 15x22 25x18, 3. 11-15 18x11, 4. 8x15, same as above.

(B) Sergio chooses a line which allows simplifications, and the game is now heading into a draw.

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn 8, 14 games to go.

Game 15 commences today at 15.00 CEST.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 17:19 
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Game 11:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 3 - Game 11"]
[Date "2014-07-07"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 22-17 2. 15-19 (A) 24x15 3. 10x19 23x16 4. 12x19 25-22 5. 7-10 27-24 6. 3-7 24x15 7. 10x19 22-18 8. 7-11 32-27 9. 9-14 18x9 10. 6x22 26x17 11. 5-9 29-25 12. 11-15 27-23 13. 19x26 30x23 14. 8-11 17-13 15. 9-14 25-22 16. 2-6 22-17 17. 15-18 17x10 18. 18x27 31x24 19. 6x15 21-17 20. 4-8 1/2-1/l

(A): The famous (Black)Dyke Opening, Very old and very well known. And so is the rest of that uneventful game.

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn 10, 13 to go.


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 12:36 
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Game 13: neverending draw

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 4 - Game 13"]
[Date "2014-07-08"]
[Black "Ronald King"]
[White "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 22-17 2. 15-19 24x15 3. 10x19 23x16 4. 12x19 25-22 5. 8-11 30-25 6. 7-10 22-18 (A) 7. 9-14 18x9 8. 6x22 25x18 9. 3-7 18-15 10. 11x18 27-23 11. 18x27 31x6 12. 1x10 29-25 13. 4-8 25-22 14. 5-9 26-23 15. 7-11 28-24 16. 8-12 24-19 17. 11-16 22-18 18. 16-20 18-15 19. 10-14 15-10 20. 9-13 19-15 21. 20-24 15-11 22. 24-27 23-19 23. 27-31 11-8 24. 31-26 8-4 25. 26-23 19-15 26. 14-18 15-11 27. 18-22 4-8 28. 22-26 32-28 29. 12-16 10-7 30. 16-20 7-3 31. 26-31 8-12 32. 23-19 3-8 (B) 33. 20-24 8-3(C) 34. 31-26 11-8 35. 24-27 8-4 36. 26-23 4-8 37. 2-6 8-11 38. 6-9 3-7 39. 27-32 11-16 40. 9-14 7-10 41. 23-27 (D) 16x23 42. 27x18 10x17 43. 13x22 28-24 44. 32-27 24-20 45. 27-24 20-16 46. 24-19 16-11 47. 22-26 11-8 48. 26-31 8-4 49. 31-26 4-8 50. 18-14 8-11 51. 26-23 12-8 52. 23-18 8-12 53. 19-15 12-8 54. 14-9 11-16 55. 9-13 16-20 56. 15-19 8-12 57. 18-15 20-16 58. 19-23 16-20 59. 23-27 20-16 60. 13-9 12-8 61. 9-14 16-11 62. 15-19 8-12 63. 19-24 12-16 64. 14-18 21-17 65. 27-23 17-13 66. 24-19 16-12 67. 18-14 12-8 68. 23-18 8-12 69. 19-15 12-8 70. 15-10 8-12 71. 10-6 12-16 72. 18-23 11-15 73. 14-10 15-19 74. 23-27 16-20 75. 27-32 20-24 76. 32-28 24-27 77. 10-14 19-23 78. 6-10 27-32 79. 10-15 23-27 80. 15-18 27-31 81. 18-22 31-27 1/2-1/2

(A) 6. ... 17-14 to a solid draw is the reknown theoretical recommendation. After the text move, an endgame results that looks innocent, but Scarpetta slighly misplays it, loses precious time, and runs into an endgame in which Ron King could play with a majority of Kings. However, the challenger secured the opposition and defendend well. After the longest struggle of this match he secured the draw.e

(B) A loss of time. 32. ... 11-8 saves time and draws easy.

(C) Probably he realized only at that moment that the clearing shot 33. ... 11-7 ends up in a loss.

(D) Maybe 41.14-18 offered more chances for a win.

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn. 12


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 08, 2014 16:04 
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Game 14:

[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 4 - Game 14"]
[Date "2014-07-08"]
[Black "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[White "Ronald King"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 23-19 2. 8-11 22-17 3. 9-13 (A) 17-14 4. 10x17 21x14 5. 15-18 26-23 6. 13-17 31-26 7. 17-21 25-22 8. 18x25 29x22 9. 11-16 22-17 10. 4-8 14-10 11. 6x15 19x10 12. 7x14 17x10 13. 8-11 24-20 14. 5-9 28-24 15. 9-13 23-18 16. 2-6 18-14 17. 6x15 14-10 18. 16-19 32-28 19. 19-23(B) 26x19 20. 13-17 27-23 21. 17-22 23-18 22. 22-25 18-14 23. 25-29 14-9 24. 29-25 9-6 25. 25-22 6-2 26. 22-17 10-7(C) 27. 3x10 2-7 28. 11-16 20x11 29. 1-5 7x14 30. 17x10 24-20 31. 15x24 28x19 32. 5-9 11-8 33. 10-7 20-16 34. 7-3 8-4 35. 9-14 4-8 36. 14-18 16-11 37. 18-23 19-15 38. 23-27 15-10 39. 12-16 8-12 40. 16-19 12-16 41. 19-23 16-20 42. 27-31 20-24 43. 23-27 1/2-1/2

(A): The Laird and Lady Opening, once reknown as the sharpest and complicated way to begin a game. The romantic name from the 19th century adds to the reputation of this opening.

But, over the centuries it has lost some credit, as many lines were found and today it is still well established, but the most exciting lines have been tamed by analysts and players.

(B): And here we find an improvement over the move 19. 12-16 that had been played in World Championship Matches before. Ron King had sweet memories with it, as he deafeated Jim Morrison with the white apieces in their 1996 World Championship match. However, Sergio is well-prepared and chooses a line that ends up in an enmding in which red had to be careful to draw.

After the game it turned out that it was in fact played in a correspodence match before: Al Lyman v Jim Loy ID 1996. Home preparation for a World Championship Match must be thorough.

(C) Only way to escape with a draw

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn 13, 10 games to go.


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[Event "WTM Gayp 2014 - Day 4 - Game 15"]
[Date "2014-07-08"]
[Black "Sergio Scarpetta"]
[White "Ronald King"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 22-17 2. 8-11 17-13 3. 15-18 23x14 4. 9x18 21-17 5. 10-15 25-21 6. 4-8 26-23 7. 18-22 24-19 8. 15x24 28x19 9. 11-16 27-24 10. 8-11 24-20 11. 7-10 32-28 12. 3-7 28-24 13. 11-15 20x11 14. 7x16 24-20 15. 15x24 20x11 16. 12-16 11-8 17. 16-20 30-25 18. 5-9 25x18 19. 10-14 17x10 20. 6x22 13x6 21. 1x10 23-18 22. 24-27 31x24 23. 20x27 21-17 24. 27-31 18-14 25. 31-26 14x7 26. 2x11 8-3 27. 11-16 3-7 28. 16-20 17-13 29. 20-24 13-9 30. 24-27 9-6 31. 27-32 6-2 32. 26-30 7-11 33. 22-26 2-7 34. 32-27 11-15 35. 26-31 7-11 36. 27-24 11-16 37. 24-20 15-11 38. 31-26 16-12 39. 20-24 11-15 40. 26-23 12-16 41. 24-20 15-11 42.
23-18 16-12 43. 30-26 29-25 44. 26-23 25-21 45. 18-14 12-8 46. 23-18 8-12 47. 20-24 12-8 48. 24-19 8-12 49. 19-15 12-8 50. 14-9 11-16 1/2-1/2

It is reprted that Ron wnet into a weak line of the Maid of the Mill opening and Sergio had a win, but failed to broaden hiss lead.

Score: Scarpetta 1, King 0, Drawn 14, 9 games to go.


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