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Analysis games world championship 2013

Post by Kosmos » Tue Jun 25, 2013 20:42

Chizhov - Georgiev
Wch, 12-06-2013


1.34-29 19-23 2.33-28 23x34 3.40x29

The loss in this game must have been a giant blow for Chizhov's ego. Not only did he lose the matches he played against Georgiev, this is the third game in a row, he loses from Georgiev in a world championship tournament and he also lost a game against Georgiev in the European championship 2006. Chizhov has won 10 world titles but after this tournament Georgiev is approaching the record with 7 titles already...

3.... 17-22 4.28x17 12x21 5.38-33 14-19 6.42-38 10-14 7.45-40 7-12 8.40-34 11-17 9.44-40 21-26 10.47-42 5-10

In the world title match 2003 Chizhov played 11.29-24 20x29 12.33x24 19x30 13.35x24 against the same opponent.

11.49-44 1-7

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12.29-23?

White robs black form building the Olympic Formation by eliminating piece <6>. Chizhov's play is based on strong formations, and a lead in development. Georgiev however often plays surrounding games, in order to reduce the opponent's space to play. Therefore he doesn't need a piece on <6>. As a matter of fact later in the game black's position is ideal becuase all pieces are active and he doesn't have pieces that stay behind like a piece on <6> ... The 29-23 exchange will in fact only weaken white's own right wing ...
Rob Clerc also made this poor exchange in a game against Edvard Buzjinski during the World championship 2003.

12... 19x28 13.33x11 6x17 14.39-33 14-19 15.44-39 10-14 16.50-45 20-24 17.32-28 17-21 18.34-30 14-20

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19.28-22


After 19.30-25 black builds the cannon named after his famous opponent: 9-14 and 20.40-34? is punished by 24-30 21.35x24 20x40 22.45x34 14-20 23.25x23 18x40 24.39-34 40x29 25.33x24 3-9 26.43-39 9-14 and black wins, since 39-34 is met by 21-27 13-18 B+.

9...18x27 20.31x22 7-11 21.33-28 20-25 22.39-33 25x34 23.40x20 15x24 24.45-40 9-14 25.40-34 14-20

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White chose 22.39-33 instead of 38-33, to maintain the 22/38/42 formation, but the consequence is a weakened right wing. Black's pieces are nicely positioned around white's centre.

26.37-32 11-17 27.22x11 16x7 28.34-29?! 13-18 29.41-37

White probably thought his position was okay since black can't change back 21-27x17 becasue of the small shot 29-23 18x29 28-22 17x39 43x25 W+. But the creative Georgiev surprises both his opponent and all spectators with the next continuation.

29... 18-23!!? 30.29x18 12x23

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Black offers his opponent a Kung Fu shot, but after winning a piece, white faces a breakthrough at the other wing.
Still, Chizhov should have taken the piece, since after 31.37-31 26x37 32.32x41 23x32 33.38x16 20-25 34.43-39 8-13 35.42-38 24-30 36.35x24 19x30 37.33-29 30-35 38.39-34 25-30 39.34x25 35-40 40.41-37 white still has the basepiece on <46> which, together with piece <37>, shape a catching construction for the black king. After 40... 40-44 41.48-43 3-9 42.43-39 44x31 43.36x27 13-18 white equalizes.
Chizhov didn't dare to allow the breakthrough. After the next move he seems not to get any chance for recovery ....

31.36-31? 31...7-11 32.46-41 23-29! 33.43-39 8-13 34.39-34 29x40 35.35x44 11-16 36.31-27 3-8! 37.41-36 20-25

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A nice position. White suffers from a lack of space. Black controls both wings. He has an ideal position without a piece on <6>. His pieces are postioned around the white centre position. With 36... 3-8! black kept a basepiece on <2> that plays an important defencive role later in the game.

38.27-22 8-12 39.44-40

Maybe it is better to change 37-31x41 immediately, since white's wing is already weakened and after changing back 40.40-34x44 black gets a lot of free space at white's right wing.

39... 24-30 40.40-34 30x39 41.33x44 25-30 42.37-31 26x37 43.32x41 12-18! 44.41-37 18x27 45.37-31 19-24! 46.31x22 24-29!

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Black used the free move to conquer the strategic square <29>. White's space is severely reduced. He risks both being frozen out and a black breakthrough.

47.48-43 4-9 48.42-37

48.38-32 also loses: 30-35 49.43-39 13-19 50.42-37 2-7 51.22-18 19-23 52.28x19 29-34 53.39x30 35x22 B+

48...9-14 49.43-39 14-19 50.39-33 30-35 51.33x24 19x30 52.28-23 30-34

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53.37-32

53.22-18 13x22 54.23-19 won't save white either: 54... 34-40 55.44-39 40-45 56.19-14 45-50 57.39-34 50-45 58.34-30 35x24 59.14-9 24-29 60.9-3 22-27 61.3x26 16-21 62.26x34 45x26 B+

53...21-27 54.22x31 34-40 55.44-39 40-45 56.32-27 45-50 57.23-18 50x26 58.18x9 26-21 59.27-22 21-3 60.9-4 35-40 61.4-18 40-45 62.18-1 3-25 63.36-31 25-34 64.1x40 45x34 65.31-27 34-39

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White resigned, becasue of 66.22-17 39-44 67.27-21 16x27 68.17-11 44-50 69.11-6 50-11 70.6x17 2-7 B+
In my opinion, this superior game of Georgiev is the real masterpiece of this tournament!
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Re: Analysis games world championship 2013

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Post by Rein Halbersma » Wed Jun 26, 2013 17:32

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Re: Analysis games world championship 2013

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Re: Analysis games world championship 2013

Post by Kosmos » Thu Jun 27, 2013 17:06

Boomstra - Ivanov
Wch, 18-06-2013


1.33-29 17-22 2.39-33 11-17 3.44-39 6-11 4.50-44 1-6 5.31-26 16-21

White chooses to play the Chizhov-Keller. Alexei Chizhov played this line many times with great results.

6.29-24 19x30 7.35x24 20x29 8.34x23 18x29 9.33x24 13-18 10.38-33 9-13 11.33-29 14-20 12.29-23 20x29 13.23x34 10-14 14.42-38 5-10

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15.34-30

Usually this opening continues 15.48-42 14-19 16.36-31 10-14 and before black can develop a centre attack playing 22-27x28x22, white makes a transition to another type of game in which he plays against the edge piece on <36>: 17.31-27 22x31 18.41-36 21-27 19.32x21 17-22 20.36x27 22x31 21.21-16 31-36 see the games of Chizhov!

15...14-19 16.40-34 10-14

Boomstra performs a modern strategy, that is also played by Pim Meurs, who won a Keller-game against Beriswili in the B-final.

17.30-24! 19x30 18.34x25

White broke the 14/19 formation, black can use to launch a centre-attack.

18... 4-9

P. Meurs - Beriswili 2013 18...3-9 19.44-40 14-19 20.40-34 9-14 21.34-29 19-23 22.39-34 13-19 23.47-42 11-16 24.45-40 21-27 25.32x21 16x27 26.37-31 6-11 27.43-39 4-9 28.38-33 9-13 29.42-38 14-20 30.25x14 19x10 31.40-35 10-14 32.35-30 13-19 33.48-43 8-13 34.41-37 11-16 35.46-41 7-11 36.37-32 2-8 37.32x21 16x27 38.41-37

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11-16 39.37-32 23-28?
It was black's last chance to play 15-20.
39...15-20 40.32x21 16x27) 40.32x21 16x27 41.30-24! 19x30 42.34x25
Now black's attack is blocked and he must lose.
42... 28-32 43.39-34 13-19 44.33-28 22x42 45.31x2 32-37 46.2x24 black resigned ]

19.47-42

Instead of 19.44-40.

19...14-19 20.39-34 9-14 21.34-29

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Now black should be ready to launch the attack with 22-28!

21... 3-9?!

More logical is 21...22-28 22.32x23 19x28 23.37-31 (23.44-39 21-27!) 17-22 24.26x17 12x21
21...19-23? 22.37-31 23x34 23.31-27 22x31 24.36x16 looks very dangerous for black.

22.44-39 11-16 23.37-31

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23.7-11

23...22-28 24.32x23 19x28 25.38-32 28x37 26.41x32 18-22 27.31-27 22x31 28.36x27 12-18 29.29-24 looks not so pleasant for black, but it is better then the game.

23...21-27 24.32x21 16x27 is very dangerous. White can launch an attack at the outpost. 25.41-37 6-11
26.46-41
A) 26...19-23 27.37-32 23x34 28.32x21 11-16 29.39x30 16x27 30.41-37 15-20 31.45-40 13-19 32.40-35 7-11 33.37-32 11-16 34.32x21 16x27 35.42-37 W+1

B) 26...11-16 27.37-32 7-11 28.32x21 16x27 29.41-37 2-7 30.49-44!

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Eliminating 19-23 and 11-16 as possible moves, because of the 25-20 tactics!
19-24
After 30...15-20 31.37-32 11-16 32.32x21 16x27 33.42-37 7-11 34.39-33 11-16 35.48-42 black's attack is blocked.
31.29x20 15x24 32.37-32 11-16 33.32x21 16x27 34.42-37 7-11 35.37-32 11-16 36.32x21 16x27 37.38-33 W+

C) Black's best defence is 26...15-20! 27.45-40 11-16 28.40-35 18-23 29.29x18 12x23

24.32-27 21x32 25.38x27

Surprisingly this position also arose in the Watoetin - Ivanov game played earlier this year. But Boomstra judges this fork-lock-position much better than Ivanov.

25... 19-24 26.29x20 15x24 27.42-38 14-19

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28.38-33!

Watoetin played the slow 28.41-37 and black equalised the game later: 19-23 29.46-41 9-14 30.37-32 13-19 31.41-37 14-20 32.25x14 19x10 33.45-40 10-14 34.40-35 2-7 35.39-34 23-29 36.34x23 18x29 37.27x18 12x23=

28...19-23 29.39-34! 9-14

29...2-7 is met by 30.34-29 23x34 31.33-28 22x33 32.43-39 34x43 33.49x20 and black can't change the piece on <20>!

30.41-37

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24-30

30...13-19 can't be played because of 31.34-29 23x34 32.33-28 22x33 33.43-39 34x43 34.49x9 W+

31.34-29! 23x34 32.43-39 34x43 33.25x34 13-19 34.48x39 19-23 35.34-30

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35... 14-20

After 35...8-13 36.45-40 2-8 37.40-35 black can't play 13-19 (because of the arcshot with 26-21 37-32) and after 23-28 38.39-34 28x39 39.34x43 13-19 40.30-24 19x30 41.35x24 8-13 42.43-39 the fork-lock has become a great success, black has no sensible move left.

36.30-25 20-24 37.49-43 23-28

After 37...8-13 38.43-38 2-8 39.45-40 black can't continue 13-19 becasue of the crucial arc-shot (26-21 37-32).
39...23-28 is punished by 40.38-32! W+

40.26-21 17x26 41.37-32 26x28 42.46-41 22x31 43.33x2 W+

Black threatens to play 17-21. The fork-lock has done it's job. After changing back, white aims his arrows at black's severely weakened left wing.

38.37-32! 28x37 39.31x42 22x31 40.26x37 18-23 41.39-34 12-18

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42.33-29! 24x33 43.43-38

Black already resigned. The end of the game could have been: 8-13 44.38x29 13-19 45.25-20 19-24 46.20-14 24x33 47.14-9 17-21
Or 47...17-22 48.9-4 23-28 49.36-31 33-38 50.42x33 28x30 51.31-27 22x42 52.4x25
48.9-3 21-26 49.3-25 11-17 50.45-40 17-21 51.40-35 21-27 52.37-31 26x48 53.46-41 48x30 54.25x9 27-32 55.9-14 23-29 56.14x37 29-33 57.37-48 33-38 58.35-30 W+
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Re: Analysis games world championship 2013

Post by Kosmos » Sun Jul 07, 2013 16:34

Analysis of Wouter Sipma on the world championship translated in English!

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