NC 2010 games.

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NC 2010 games.

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sun May 16, 2010 2:19 pm

[Event "NC State 2010, RD.1,G1"]
[Date "May 14"]
[Black "Wade Holder"]
[White "A. Moiseyev"]
[Result "0-2"]

1. 9-14 22-17 2. 11-16 (A) 25-22 3. 8-11 22-18 4. 16-20 18x9 5. 6x22 26x17 (B) 6. 4-8 (C) 29-25 7. 11-15 17-14 (D) 8. 10x17 21x14 9. 15-18 (E) 24-19 10. 1-6 31-26 11. 6-9 28-24 12. 2-6 26-22 13. 7-11 22x15 14. 9x18 23x14 15. 11x18 14-10 16. 6x15 19x10 17. 8-11 10-6 18. 12-16 6-2 19. 11-15 2-6 20. 3-7 30-26 21. 7-10 26-23 22. 10-14 25-21 23. 18-22 23-19 24. 16x23 27x11 WW

#1. Red to move. ................... #2. Red to move
Image .. Image
5-9 Even ............................. 15-18? loses, 1-6 Even

A. Classic Pioneer. Not a bad even opening which allows a good scope and chances for both sides.

B. See diagram #1 after trade. This jump is completely sounds and maybe even consider as best choice in terms of restriction and scope. However official classic PP recognize 5x14 as best.

C. Relatively weak. Kingsrow opening book proposes here 5-9 as best and estimates position as even.

D. Kingsrow opening book recommends here 24-19 as best, but I decided to keep a little bit pressure on position.

E. Loses ! See diagram #2 before 15-18. 1-6 is solid and completely safe.

[Event "NC State 2010, Rd.2, G1"]
[Date "May 14"]
[Black "Teal Stanley"]
[White "Alex Moiseyev"]
[Result "0-2"]

1. 12-16 22-18 2. 16-19 (A) 24x15 3. 10x19 23x16 4. 11x20 25-22 5. 7-10 22-17 6. 9-14 18x9 7. 6x22 26x17 8. 5-9 17-13 9. 9-14 29-25 10. 3-7 13-9 11. 8-11 25-22 12. 11-15 22-17 13. 4-8 27-23 14. 8-12 31-27 (B) 15. 15-18 30-25 16. 7-11 28-24 17. 1-6 (C) 17-13 18. 18-22 (D) 25x18 19. 10-15 9-5 20. 15x22 5-1 21. 6-10 13-9 22. 22-26 (E) 1-6 23. 11-16 (F) 6x15 24. 16-19 23x16 25. 12x28 15-10 26. 26-31 10x17 27. 31x24 17-22 28. 24-19 22-26 29. 2-7 9-6 30. 19-15 6-2 31. 7-10 2-6 (G) White Wins

#1. Red to move. ................... #2. White to move and win. ..... #3. White to move and win.
Image .. Image .. Image
18-22? loses, 10-15* draw ........ 9-6* wins, 1-6? draw. ............... 21-17*

Teal is very good relatively young :lol: player who consistantly improves in the past several years and today I beleive he belongs to Master Division. It is always interesting for me to play against him, because this is a real challenge ! He can see certain things and usually if I don't do anything special, it ends up with draw.

A. This opening not long time ago in the pre-computer era was considered as slightly in white favor, but recent program research shows that both sides have chances here and personally I would rate this opening as even.

B. Even though position is quite unsafe for red, but everything goes well. 23-19 here leads only to draw is met properly: 23-19, 15x24, 28x19, 7-11, 17-13, 11-15, 32-28, 15x24, 28x19, 2-7* (14-18/ loses), 9-6, 7-11, 6-2, 11-15, 2-6, 15x24, 6x15, 24-27 etc Draw

C. Surpirsingly 1-5! also draw after 9-6, 2x9, 17-13, 18-22, 25x18, 10-15 etc Draw

D. Loses and forms a fine diagram #1. During the game I felt like I have a win somewhere here but in fact it is still a draw ! After 10-15, 9-5, 11-16 white can't win the game. This is first but not a last mistake in this position.

E. It is my turn now to screw things ! See diagram #2 before 1-6. Instead 9-6, 2-9, 1-6 wins the game. Hence!, I saw this and even looked deeper but didn't estimate ending properly. Continue: 9-6, 2-9, 1-6, 11-15, 6x13, 26-31, 13-9*, 31-26, 9x11, 26x28 and now forms diagram #3.

Continue from diagram: 21-17* 28-24, 27-23*, 24-28 (12-16, 23-18, 10-15, 32-28 WW), 23-18* 10-15, 18-14, 15-18, 11-15*, 18-23, 15-19*, 23-26, 14-10 and now white man on 32 and King on 19 hold three red pieces. After comfortably crowing two more Kings white win the game.

F. Wrong ! Draw was still available here after 11-15*, 23-18 (anything else?), 15x22, 6x15, 22-25, 9-5, 26-31, 5-1, 31-26, 1-5, 25-30 and white can't make any progress.

G. One of the best and most interesting attractive games I played in Siler City.

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Re: NC 2010 games.

Postby Patrick Parker on Sun May 16, 2010 6:40 pm

thanks
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Re: NC 2010 games.

Postby waynegober on Mon May 24, 2010 9:13 am

Alex,

Thanks for posting these games. The game with Teal in particular is interesting. What one sees post-mortem is always good, lol. note C. 1-5 seems natural to keep less ducks on water in view of pitch and squeeze next move. At note D: the draw is not easy to see the 10-15 , 9-5 , 11-16 , 5-1, 6-10, 13-9, 16-19, xx, 1-6 and now red looks like he has bad game . If I saw all of that crossboard I would have given up on that line and Teal's way seems best. Even World Champ missed win :wink: Overall if I could play this good of game I would be very happy even if I lost hehe.

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