Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

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Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Sat Aug 20, 2011 1:15 pm

Game 26

RED: Alex Moiseyev
WHITE: Michele Borghetti

1. 10-15 22-17
2. 11-16 23-18
3. 15x22 25x18
4. 9-14 18x9
5. 6x13x22 26x17
6. 8-11 29-25
7. 4-8 24-20
8. 16-19 17-14
9. 11-15 25-22
10. 1-6 22-17
11. 15-18 27-24
12. 7-10 (A) 14x7
13. 3x10 24x15
14. 10x19 17-14
15. 18-22 (B) 32-27 (C)
16. 22-25 21-17
17. 25-29 31-26
18. 8-11(D)27-24
19. 11-15 14-10
20. 6-9 17-13
21. 9-14 10-6
22. 2x9 13x6
23. 14-18 6-2
24. 18-23 2-7
25. 23-27 26-22
26. 19-23 7-10
27. 15-18 22x15
28. 27-31 10-14
Resign!

Notes : (by Ingo Zachos)
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(A):

A sideline in BC, attributed to Mike Lieber.
12.19-23 is BC main line

(B):

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BC here now recommends the delay with 15.08-11 and quotes the games Ginsberg - Long, 7th A, Ty. and Bobby Martin vs. M. tinsley, 1974 Lakeside ty. 31-26 16.02-07 32-27 17.11-15 20-16 18.06-09 27-24 19.09-13 24-20 20.18-22 26x17 21.13x22 is given in BC as the way to draw it.(Lieber -Gonotsky, 1928 match (4).

(C):

This, or 15...21-17 are given with the comment "White attacks strongly" in BC.

(D):

Here 18.02-07 has beenn suggested and tried to a loss: 27-24 19.07-11 24x15 20.11x18 17-13 21.08-11 28-24 22.12-16 24-19 23.16x23 26x19 24.18-23 19-16 25.23-27 16x07 26.06-10 07-02 27.10x17 02-07 28.27-31 07-10 29.31-27 20-16 30.27-23 16-11 31.23-18 11-08 32.18-23 08-03 33.23-18 10-14 34.18x09 13x06 35.17-21 03-07 36.29-25 06-02 37.25-22 02-06 38.22-17 07-10 39.17-13 10-15 40.13-17 15-19 41.17-22 19-23 42.22-17 23-26 43.17-13 26-22 and 0-2 in Ginsberg - Long, 1929 US Nationals, Cedar Point.
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby vhabgood on Tue Sep 27, 2011 10:28 pm

Move 18: 2-7 does the trick instead of 8-11
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby George Hay on Tue Sep 27, 2011 11:26 pm

18. 2-7 27-24 various variations still lead to a loss of a man for red!
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby Danny_Alvarez on Wed Sep 28, 2011 9:37 pm

is there something wrong with 25- 23-27 26-22 ..... my whole viewer goes crazy when we get here and it gives me an ERROR :( is this the correct sequence of moves????

move 18.... how about moving the king 29-25 ??? or am i suggesting a silly move?
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby George Hay on Thu Sep 29, 2011 12:37 am

This is the positon after 17 moves on each side.
18. 2-7 red to draw? I don't see it!
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby tommyc on Fri Sep 30, 2011 2:37 pm

by George Hay on Thu Sep 29, 2011 12:37 am

This is the positon after 17 moves on each side.
18. 2-7 red to draw? I don't see it!...............................>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

Well spotted George..................looks like 2-7 dont do!! But the hidden pitch 19-23** and then the squeeze 6-9 might do the trick? To a tuff finish,id image xb red has alot to see to the end SO...........in a Ty situ prob a white win as there are many ways to lose as was already demonstrated!!
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby tommyc on Sun Jan 22, 2012 5:21 pm

WHITE ON: 30, 28, 27, 26, 20, 17, 14
RED ON: 19, 12, 8, 6, 5, 2
RED KINGS ON: 29
RED TO MOVE

Hi George id forgotten about this and perhaps didnt explain the draw very well.................

Game 26

RED: Alex Moiseyev
WHITE: Michele Borghetti

1. 10-15 22-17
2. 11-16 23-18
3. 15x22 25x18
4. 9-14 18x9
5. 6x13x22 26x17
6. 8-11 29-25
7. 4-8 24-20
8. 16-19 17-14
9. 11-15 25-22
10. 1-6 22-17
11. 15-18 27-24
12. 7-10 (A) 14x7
13. 3x10 24x15
14. 10x19 17-14
15. 18-22 (B) 32-27 (C)
16. 22-25 21-17
17. 25-29 31-26
18. 8-11(D)

[D]or 2-7, 27-24, 19-23**[d1], 26-19, 6-9, 19-15, 9-18, 17-14, 18-23, 15-10, 7-11,
10-7, 11-15, 24-19, 15-24, 28-19, 23-27, 7-3, 27-31, 14-10, 31-27,
10-6, 5-9, 6-1, 9-13, 19-15, 13-17, 3-7Drawn

[d1].........Looks the only way to draw in the pitch , as yu said everything else loses.It may be possible to see this xb but would take an exceptional piece of fore-sight to see it ?
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby George Hay on Tue Jan 24, 2012 9:20 am

Tommy, it would indeed take exceptional foresight, thanks for the explanation. Your alternate ending has a symmetry to it as has most of game 26. One thing I just noticed is move 8. 16-19 17-14, talk about colors reversed! While Mr. Alex lost this battle, he won the war! What a great match, going right down to the fortieth game (the money game).
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 26

Postby Ed Gilbert on Sun Jan 29, 2012 7:40 pm

Kingsrow's analysis.

1. 10-15 22-17 2. 11-16 23-18 3. 15x22 25x18 4. 9-14 18x9 5. 6x22 26x17 6. 8-11 29-25 7. 4-8 24-20 8. 16-19 17-14 9. 11-15 25-22 10. 1-6 22-17 11. 15-18 27-24 12. 7-10 14x7 13. 3x10 24x15 14. 10x19 17-14 15. 18-22 {Loses. 2-7, 8-11, and 6-9 all draw.} 32-27 16. 22-25 21-17 17. 25-29 31-26 18. 2-7 27-24 19. 19-23 26x19 20. 6-9 19-15 21. 9x18 17-14 22. 18-23 15-10 23. 7-11 10-7 24. 11-15 24-19 25. 15x24 28x19 26. 23-27 7-3 {Draws. 7-2 and 19-15 win.} 27. 27-31 14-10 28. 31-27 10-6 29. 5-9 6-1 30. 9-13 19-15 31. 13-17 3-7

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