Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

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Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Fri Aug 19, 2011 5:28 am

Game 12

RED: Michele Borghetti
WHITE: Alex Moiseyev

1. 9-13 23-18
2. 11-16 18-14
3. 10x17 21x14
4. 6-9 22-18
5. 1-6 25-21
6. 16-20 (A) 24-19
7. 8-11 29-25
8. 4-8 27-23
9. 11-16 25-22
10. 6-10 30-25 (B)
11. 10x17 21x14
12. 2-6 25-21
13. 6-10 22-17(C)
14. 13x22 26x17
15. 9-13 18-15
16. 13x22 15x6
17. 22-25 6-2
18. 25-30 (D) 2x11x4
0-2

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Notes:

(A) (by Tommy Canning)
Miki effectively going into "What known is the 8-11 loss" when he played 16-20? Although Alex gave him a chance by playing 30-25 later, when 32-27 is the KILLER.
After the saud 30-25... Moiseyewv again gives Borghetti another out ny playing 22-17? then Miki blunders and game over!

(B)
(by Tommy Canning)
Allows the Draw. 10. ... 32-27 wins!

(C) (by Tommy Canning)
Draws..., 13. ... 21-17** wins, prior knowledge needed.

(D) (by Tommy Canning)
... and the blunder!
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby Danny_Alvarez on Tue Aug 23, 2011 10:35 pm

thanks for the analysis Tommy....
this is the infamous blunder....

there were plenty of chances for both sides. Am i right in saying that there were a very high amount of new openings drawn???
I mean theres only 20 ballots and there were quite a few (im hopeless with percentages ) of them.

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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby tommyc on Wed Aug 24, 2011 6:53 am

At one stage i thought they were playing with a "hard deck" .But the were using the 156 op deck and there was a big percentage of difficult and NEW openings which did surprise me...............there were many wins from these.
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby tommyc on Wed Aug 24, 2011 12:40 pm

Yes indeed,in fact 8 out of the 40 games played were NEW opening that is 20% ,quite a high number.Plus the Octopus and several critical 9-13 s also.

I still have a few books left on the new openings if anyone is looking one.
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby Danny_Alvarez on Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:17 pm

Tommy i have just spent a few bucks (for me that was a lot) on a couple of books.... one of them was Alex's book.
Your book is definitely top of my list now.... hopefully i'll get it from my family as a xmas gift, barring that i am already saving for it :)
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby tommyc on Wed Aug 24, 2011 5:34 pm

Thanks Danny ill keep that in mind ,it is the first and ONLY book so far, specifically written on the NEW ones so it may be a bit of a collectors item in years to come.It is a top of the range players text book or guide really.

Regardless of that i think Moiseyev won this match on the new ballots as Borghetti was at a big disadvantage in that regard and im assuming he had little or play on them.?
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Re: Borghetti - Moiseyev, game 12

Postby Danny_Alvarez on Thu Aug 25, 2011 6:05 pm

tommyc wrote:Thanks Danny ill keep that in mind ,it is the first and ONLY book so far, specifically written on the NEW ones so it may be a bit of a collectors item in years to come.It is a top of the range players text book or guide really.

Regardless of that i think Moiseyev won this match on the new ballots as Borghetti was at a big disadvantage in that regard and im assuming he had little or play on them.?


I personally think that Alex won on experience, and experience almost exclusively.... you could almost see Miki absorbing the experience during the match....and i personally think that Miki will be a huge force to be reckoned with in 2 years or less. At the end of the game i thought he played much much better than at the beginning. It will be tough to gather experience for Miki without playing the current crop of top players at least 2 or 3 times a year.

Regardless of what anyone thinks i think that the best player won. (obviously on a 40 game match is hard to invoke much luck) This was probably a wake up call for Alex who has been winning with one hand behind his back up until now.
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