Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 11

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Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 11

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Fri Aug 19, 2011 5:26 am

Game 11

RED: Alex Moiseyev
WHITE: Michele Borghetti

1. 11-16 23-18
2. 9-13(A) 18-14
3. 10x17 21x14
4. 6-9 22-18
5. 1-6 27-23
6. 8-11 32-27
7. 16-20(B) 23-19(C)
8. 4-8 19-15(D)
9. 12-16 26-22
10. 7-10 14x7
11. 3x10x19 24x15
12. 16-19 30-26
13. 9-14 18x9
14. 5x14 15-10(E)
15. 6x15 27-23 (F)
16. 15-18 23x16x7
17. 2x11 22x15
18. 11x18 25-21
19. 8-11 31-27
20. 11-15 28-24(G)
21. 14-17(H) 21x14
22. 18-22 26x17
23. 13x22 14-10(I) draw

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Notes:

(A) (by Ingo Zachos)
The Wilderness is considered by Pask (and others) the most critical opening for red.
White gets a very string Dyke or wins outright.

(B)
(by Ingo Zachos)
So far both players followed the main line, as given by Pask and others.

(C)
"The new move. During the game an italian guest mentioned it was prepared by Miki, and if 8.4-8, then 8. ... 26-23 would be the move to make." (Ingo Zachos)

" The 7. ... 23-19 line is quite useless, ITS ONLY A GOOD XBOARD GAME RIGHT UP MOISEYEV'S STREET.... as i showed in my book 7. ... 25-21 HERE puts the red to the pin of his collar.........." (Tommy Canning)



(D) (by Ingo Zachos)
Not the mentioned, 8. ... 26-23, so probably Miki went over it and decided that 8. ... 19-15 may be even better, or he forgot the cook and played on his intuition. The position remains critical for red, so it is at least a reasonable alternative.

(E) (by Ingo Zachos)
A nice pitch, but red can survive.

(F) (by Ingo Zachos)
A bold move based on deep calculation that draws, but most spectators including me thought that it was a loss...

(G) (by Ingo Zachos)
Now it looks as if red is completly lost, but Alex must have seen this position and comes up with a very fine solution.

(H) (by Ingo Zachos)
A pitch that had to be seen when deciding upon 16.15-18. Alex saw it, and we saw a masterpiece of defense work against a new approach in the Wilderness.

(I) (by Ingo Zachos)
the pawns on 24 and 27 are held, and there is no defense against the red threat of promoting and winning a piece back.
Try 24. 22-26 29-29, 25.26-31 22-17, 27.26 -22 17-13, 28.15-18 10-6, 29.18-23 27x18, 30.22x15 draw
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