Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 15

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Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 15

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Fri Aug 19, 2011 5:32 am

Game 15

RED: Michele Borghetti
WHITE: Alex Moiseyev

1. 10-15 21-17
2. 7-10 17-14
3. 10x17 22x13
4. 11-16 24-19
5. 15x24 28x19
6. 8-11 25-22
7. 9-14 29-25
8. 3-7 22-18
9. 7-10 18x9
10. 5x14 25-21
11. 2-7 26-22
12. 14-17 21x14
13. 10x17x26 31x22
14. 7-10 13-9
15. 6x13 22-18
16. 10-14 18x9
17. 13-17 19-15
18. 11x18 23x14
19. 16-19 14-10
20. 17-22 9-6
21. 12-16 6-2
22. 22-26 30x23
23. 19x26 10-7
24. 4-8 27-24
25. 26-31 7-3
26. 8-12 3-8
27. 31-26 8-11
28. 16-20 24-19
29. 26-23 19-15
30. 23-18 15-10
31. 12-16 10-7
32. 16-19 7-3(A)
33. 19-23 32-28
34. 23-26 3-7
35. 18-23 11-16
36. 26-31 7-10
37. 31-26 10-14
38. 26-22 2-7
39. 23-19 (B) 16x23
40. 22-18 7-10
41. 18x9 23-18
42. 9-6 10-14
43. 6-2 18-15
44. 2-7 14-18
45. 7-2 15-11
46. 2-6 18-14
47. 6-2 14-9
48. 1-5 9-14
49. 2-6 11-15
50. Resign!

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Notes:

(A)
White wins by 32. ... 11-16!
There are two alternatives now:
I) 33. 19-23 is easily refuted by the shot 33. ... 16-19, 34. 24-23 (what else?), and now white has
34. ... 19-24!, 35. 20x27 32x14 ans White wins

II) 33. 18-23 32-28! (watch how helpless the man on 19 and 23 now look agains tthe king on 16!)
34. 20-24 7-3(K), 35. 24-27 16-20, 36.27-31(K) 20-24! wins the man and the game.

(B)
This bad tactic loses, as it exchanges down to a completly lost endgame, in which red has a backward man on 1, and white has the move and a majority of kings.

It was a surprise to me that Miki could evaluate this ending as drawn!
39.22-18 holds a draw, but one in which red still has to fight, as white will hold a majority of kings for a very long time, and red has to avoid exchanges to lost endings.

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Summary:

Red played a sideline of the Octopus and white got a superior endgame, in which red allowed a win that white, in his haste to make a majority of kings, overlooked, but Aley still won, as Miki traded kings to a completly lost endgame!
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