Games in Beijing

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Games in Beijing

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Mon Oct 20, 2008 7:58 am

I opened this topic and hope other participants of Beijing event join with me and share something interesting and valuable.

A. Moiseyev vs J. Morrison
Rd.1, G1

#1. White to move
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22-17?? loses

Jim played 22-17? here (18-15 is correct) and after 7-11, 32-27, 2-6 was forced to give man away 19-16 and eventually lost a game after several moves.

A. Moiseyev vs A. Durdyeva
Rd. 3, G2

#2. White to move ................. #3. White to move
Image ... Image
29-25= ................................ 23-19? loses

In position on diagram #2 Amangul played 24-19? Though this is not a losing move, but it allows red for very powerful pitch. Game continued: 9-14*, 18x9, 11-15, 19-16, 15-19, 23-18, 19-24, 27-23, 24-27, 22-17, 27-31, 17-13, 31-27 and we reached poosition on diagram #3. Here Amangul played a losing 23-19? and after 27-24, 18-15, 1-5, 15x6, 24x15, 29-25, 5-14, 25-22, 2x9, 13-6, 14-18 (red must be careeful now and avoid 15-19, 6-1, 19x12, 1-6 etc Draw) eventually to Red Win

Instead losing 23-19, 9-6 was correct. Continue: 2x9, 13x6, 10-15, 18x11, 1x10, 23-18, 27-23, 11-7, 23x14, 7-2, 10-15, 16-11* Draw

R. King vs A. Moiseyev
Rd. 4, G2

#4. White to move
Image

This position from my second game with Ron King where his flag was failed. Either 27-24 or 30-25 wins the game immediately.

M. Durdyev vs A. Moiseyev
Rd. 7, G2

#5. Red to move
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1-5=, 2-6? loses

See diagram #5. Here is where the comedy of errors begins! Before I started making this post, I thought that this game was one of my best. However a deep research with Kingsrow shows that reality was much more interesting :D

The game continued from diagram:

2-6 (A), 25-22 (B), 6-9 (C), 21-17(D), 3-7 (E), 30-25, 1-5, 17-14, 10x17, 18-14, 9x18, 22-8, 17-21, 25-22, 21-25, 22-17, 13x22, 26x17, 7-10 (F), 8-3, 10-15, 17-13, 15-18, 3-7, 18-22, 7-10, 25-30, 32-28, 22-25, 10-15 etc. White Wins

A. Missing a draw. 3-7 (or 1-5, 25-22, 3-7 = the same), 25-22, 1-5 was correct way to play.

B. Missing a win! 26-22 was correct.

C. Missing a draw. 3-7 was correct.

D.Missing a win. 30-25 was c orrect.

E. Even though 3-7 is not a losing move, however 3-8 waqs much easy to prevent next play.

F. Last error in this game. 7-11 or 19-23 was correct. Red should prevent white King to reach square 7! After this the comedy of errors was stopped and I won this game.
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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Mon Oct 20, 2008 1:17 pm

Josh Armstrong wrote:You should write a book about this historic event. Sixth's sequel
I don't have obJections :D and thought about this. Good idea. I am waiting now games from Ingo Zachos. After Ingo process games, they will be available (unannotated) on Internet.

Maybe it will be joint team effort. 360 games in total - quite a number! :D

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby william on Mon Oct 20, 2008 2:24 pm

hi Alex

I am hoping to be able to contribute something to this article , but could you give me instructions please for pasting board and men :shock: Thank you.

In meantime here short annotations to my game against Mustafa Durdyev

Black Docherty White Durdyev

1014; 2218; 710 ; 2522 ; 1116 ; 2420 ; 1619 ; 2316 ; 1219 ; 1815 ( Letting me off lightly , as this goes into a Bristol via 1116 ; 2420 1619 ; x ; x 2218 ; 1014 same) 1418 ; 2217 ( 2925 is staying with old PP) x; x; 913 ; 1714 ?? ; x ; x ; 1822!! x; x ; 3025 ( at this point Mustafa proposed a draw here ,but was not expecting the delayed sacrifice win with...) 2226!! x ;
27 and there is little that white can do to salvage his position Black Wins

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby Palomino on Mon Oct 20, 2008 3:25 pm

William,

Click on the below link, it will take you to an earlier post where Alex gave instructios on how to make diagrams.

viewtopic.php?f=5&t=299&p=12&hilit=fmjd+org#p12

Regards..."Pal"

BTW:

Alex's instructions (steps 1 and 2) says "(put cursor and click right button)" when I make a diagram, I have to click the left button.
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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Mon Oct 20, 2008 10:38 pm

It was very interesting for me to research - if Ron had a win in our first game. I just ran tonight the whole game through Kingsrow and find out that there were no missings in this fine cross-aboard game. I am giving here a full text of game in PDN format without any comments. You can enjoy playing it on your own. The program several times wanted to play differently than me or Ron, but again - there were no any missings on both sides.

[Event "Olympic Mind Games, Rd4, G1"]
[Date "10-14-2008"]
[Black "A. Moiseyev"]
[White "R. King"]
[Result "2-0"]

1. 9-13 24-19 2. 11-16 22-18 3. 8-11 25-22 4. 5-9 29-25 5. 10-14 18-15 6. 11x18 22x15 7.
1-5 28-24 8. 14-18 23x14 9. 9x18 24-20 10. 16x23 26x19 11. 5-9 30-26 12. 9-14 26-22 13. 6-9
15-10 14. 18-23 27x18 15. 14x23 10-6 16. 23-26 6-1 17. 26-30 1-6 18. 9-14 6-9 19. 14-17
21x14 20. 30x21 14-10 21. 7x14 9x18 22. 3-7 18-23 23. 4-8 22-18 24. 13-17 (A) 31-26 (B) Red Wins on time

A.I called a draw here, but Ron declined my offer, started thinking and his flag failed.

B. See the final position. Here draw is obvious and not hard after 8-11. It will be a true to say, that Ron King flag failed before he played last move 31-26, but when I called a referee Ian Caws to count moves, Ron ... just made one extra move on the board :lol:

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby william on Mon Oct 20, 2008 11:40 pm

thank you palomino

I will test this out and hopefully be able to publish some of or part of my games in pekin

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby william on Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:14 am

test

<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias2/save/12246019514.png">"Img"
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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby william on Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:21 am

test
"Img"

"http://fmjd.org/dias2/save/12246022077.png">"Img"
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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby william on Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:23 am

Mmmmmm

HELLLLLLLPPPPPP!!!!!!

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:32 am

william wrote:test
"Img"

"http://fmjd.org/dias2/save/12246022077.png">"Img"


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Wiiliam, you shouldn't have any extra sybmbol;s like "", <> etc Address should be between two IMG tags without spaces.

You can quote my message with diagram and see "inside" how it looks like.

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby Palomino on Tue Oct 21, 2008 10:42 am

william,

Go back to instruction number 9.
9. You will get screen, which has below text, which looks like:

=========================================================
You diagram is saved.
If you want to use it in your webpage - put the following code in your HTML documents:
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias2/save/11318982376.png">
If you came from Forum you can
click and go Back to Forum

==============================================


Copy the part of the code which is inside the quotation marks only. (the part Alex highlighted in red)

Then go to the forum and click the Img tag. Then paste the code from (Draughts Diagram) between the two bracketed "img" symbols > [img] paste code here [/ img]

14. If you did everything right - diagram will be created !


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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby tommyc on Tue Oct 21, 2008 1:57 pm

Billy,

Go back to instruction number 9.
9. You will get screen, which has below text, which looks like:

=========================================================
You diagram is saved.
If you want to use it in your webpage - put the following code in your HTML documents:
<img src="http://fmjd.org/dias2/save/11318982376.png">
If you came from Forum you can
click and go Back to Forum

==============================================

Copy the part of the code which is inside the quotation marks only. (the part Alex highlighted in red)

Then go to the forum and click the Img tag. Then paste the code from (Draughts Diagram) between the two bracketed "img" symbols > [img] paste code here [/ img]



YOU HAVE SAVED THE DIAG TO server

YOUVE copied the RED part Alex highlighted in red)....RIGHT??

So back to the forum CliCK THE IMG image .................right?
[img] [img]....right ?......Now part the two img images apart and make a space

Then click and paste your DIAg in BETWEEN the 2 img thingys!! Got it. good luck.
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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby tommyc on Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:00 pm

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby tommyc on Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:02 pm

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Re: Games in Beijing

Postby tommyc on Tue Oct 21, 2008 2:09 pm

How are we doing PAL.........................
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