Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 30

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Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 30

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Sun Aug 21, 2011 3:36 pm

Game 30

RED: Michele Borghetti
WHITE: Alex Moiseyev

1. 9-13 24-20
2. 11-16 20x11
3. 7x16 22-18
4. 16-19 23x16
5. 12x19 18-14
6. 10x17 21x14
7. 6-9 27-24
8. 9x18 24x15
9. 5-9 28-24
10. 1-6 24-19
11. 9-14 32-27
12. 8-11(A) 15x8
13. 4x11 25-21(B)
14. 3-8 29-25
15. 2-7 27-24(C)
16. 6-10 (D)26-22
17. 18-23 22-18
18. 23-27(E) 18x9
19. 27-32 9-6
20. 32-27 6-2
21. 27x20 19-16
22. 10-14 (F) 16-12 (G)
23. 20-24 12x3
24. 24-19 3x10x17
25. 13x22x29 21-17
26. 19-23 2-7
27. 11-16 7-11
28. 16-20 11-16
29. 20-24 16-20
30. Resign!

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Notes:
(A): (by Tommy Canning)
12. 2-7? WW



(B): (by Tommy Canning)
If 13 . ... 26-22, 14. 3-8 22x15, 15.11x18 30-26, 16.2-7 19-16, 17. 6-9** starred to draw, 17. ... 27-24 (17. ... 16-12!!!, 18.7-10!! lloks rosie but lookout, 18. ...12x3, 19.18-22 25x18, 20.14x32 ?? (Missing the draw by 20. 14x30**) 20. ... 3-7, 21. 10-14 26-22, 22. 14-17 22-18, 23. 17-21 WW),18. 8-12 24-20 , Draw, TC's compilation



(C): (by Ingo Zachos)
The new move, but covered in Cannigs Compilation (Sune Thrane)
15. ... 26-22 Mac Banks - Lindus Edwards, mail play
15 .... 19-15, 16. 11-16 25-22, 17. 18x25 27-23 (Sune Thrane), but 18. 14-17!! 21x14, 19. 7-11! 30x21, 20. 11x 27 31x24 is a quickly drawn ending

(D): (by Tommy Canning)
16. 6-10 ?? Borghetti's loses easily as does 16. 7-10
contiunue after 16. 18-23 *** 25-22, 17. 7-10* (in the Post Mortem borghetti only looked at 17.14-18, not satisfied withn the position. Seems like he opverlooked this move.... Ingo Zachos) 22-18, 18. 6-9 24-20, 19.8-12 20-16, 20. 11x20 18-15, 21. 14-18* 15x6, 22.18-22* 26x17, 23.13x22 21-17 to a draw after a series of star moves. NICE!!........TC



(E): (by Ingo Zachos)
Maybe Miki overlooked that 18. 14-17 21x14, 19.10x17 24-20, 20.17-22 white may not be forced to play 20. ... 25-21 with equality, but wins with 20. ... 19-16!

(F): (by Ingo Zachos)
22. 8-12 2-6, 23.12x19 6x24, 24. 20x27 31x24 white wins easily with a man up.

(G): (by Ingo Zachos)
We remain silent about the rest....
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