Selected Positions in Lille, Rd.2 (Men)

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Selected Positions in Lille, Rd.2 (Men)

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:08 am

White to move
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F. Kareta vs U. Hydyrov, G1

32-27? (loses, 23-18, 20x27, 32x23 correct), 4-8? (Missing a win, 9-14* is correct), 23-18? (loses, 30-25 draw) ... after then red played correctly 8-12* and won the game without missing. I wrote in Sixth: "it is not so critical who made mistake first, it is important who made it last !"

Red to move
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D. Oliphant vs R. Beckwith, G1

Another beautiful "multi-missing" middlegame masterpiece. Continue from diagram:

3-7? (loses. 1-6-10 is correct with folowing 6-10-15 run. 18-14 trade won't work due to 16-19 trade), 32-28? (missing a win 31-27*), 1-6, 28-24, 6-9? (finally loses and missing a drawn idea 6-10, 24-19, 5-9* with following 9-14 x 11-15 Draw)

Red to move.
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S. Scarpetta vs Bashim Durdyev, G1

Nothing really missed in this game. Sergio just find a pretty tactical source to save game: 7-10!, 14x7, 6-10, 23x14, 10x23, 31x22, 15-19 etc Draw

Red to move
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R. King vs G. Owens, G1

White just oveplayed here by 23-19? Ron replied 6-10 which leaded to draw after 21-17, 13x22, 14-9, 5x14, 27-23 etc Draw.

It looks like Ron missed extremely complicated "machine generated win". Continue from diagram: 9. 11-16 19-15 10. 3-8 24-20 11. 16-19 27-24 12. 13-17 31-27 13. 17-22 21-17 14. 19-23 25-21 15. 8-11 15x8 16. 4x11 24-19 17. 23-26 19-15 18. 12-16 15x8 19. 26-31 20x11 20. 31x24 28x19 21. 7x23 Probably RW

Game M. Borghetti vs I. Martinov is full can of beauties, hard to select diagram :D I will continue my post here tomorrow.
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Re: Selected Positions in Lille, Rd.2 (Men)

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sat Sep 01, 2012 12:37 pm

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Diagram #1. White to move ..... Diagram #2. White to move ..... Diagram #3. White to move
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M . Borghetti vs I. Martinov, G1

See position on Diagram #1. Here white had an excellent chance to make it much easy and faster and even creating some problems for red by playing 18-15* 1-6, 15-11* and now 3-7? loses after 22-18, 7x16, 29-25 etc and 3-8 (instead 3-7) is draw with care for red after 19-15, 10x26, 22-18, 11x18, 17x1, 15-19 (26-30 is weaker), 31x22, 19-24 Draw

Instead 18-15, Igor played on diagram #1 22-17, 9-13, 18x9, 13x22, 23-18, 4-8, 32-28, 8-11! and we reached position on diagram #2. Poisen trap ! Of course taking a man (as Igor played) is leading to very weak ending and simple trade 19-16, 12x19, 27-24, 20x27, 31x6, 1x10, 9-5 cleaned the board and drew the game.

After 19-15?, 10x19, 27-24, 20x27, 31x8, 12-16, 8-4, 22-26 we reached position on diagram #3. Not an easy draw was still available here after 18-15 (or 21-17 first) and later giving man back. Instead, Igor played 9-5? on diagram #3 and lost the game.

White to move.
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P. Faleo vs V. Shafir, G1

22-17 is absoluely OK here giving white an even game, but 26-23?? as played in the game, was catstrophic disaster after 19x26, 30x23, 2-7, 23-18, 14x23, 27-18, 15-19 etc RW

Diagram #1. Red to move ........Diagram #2. White to move.
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U. Hydyrov vs F. Kareta, G2

Actually red has better position on diagram #1 and should play 16-20, 31-26* (the only move to draw), 1-5, 19-15* (the only move to draw), 12-16 etc Draw.

Instead 16-20 on diagram #1, red played losing 6-10? 14-9, 10-15, xx, 9-6 and after several moves reached position on diagram #2. Here white played 10-14??, 16-19 etc Draw

Red to move.
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G. Owens vs R. King, G2

8-11 is weak draw here, 14-18? as played in game, loses.

White to move.
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J. Morrison vs J. Jolliff, G2

So far noone made critical error. Strange position, looks like an easy win for red. White played here 28-24?, 20x27, 31x24 and lost after 32-27, 24-20, 6-10, 15x6, 1x17, 21x14, 7-11* RW. However in position diagram white still have a prety escape by 31-26*, 32-27, 21-17*, 27-31 26-22*, 6-10, 15x6, 1x10, 14-9 and red can't win.

Red to move.
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R. Beckwith vs D. Oliphant, G2

Noone missed anything in this game, just potential better play. Richard played here 6-9, but 5-9 looks better in my eyes because after 6-9 white can play powerful 24-19 forcing red to make few star moves. After 6-9, 17-13 ... 1-6 is also stronger then 10-15 as played in the game.

Red to move.
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I. Martinov vs M. Borghetti, G2

Well known position in PP, where 11-16 is correct (1-5 also draw) bbut Igor played 3-8? and immediately lost after 23-19 etc WW

White to move.
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Bashim Durdyev vs S. Scarpetta, G2

Red previous move was 2-7?. In first game Sergio played correctly 14-18 to stay away of troubles. 2-7? prehaps confused him for second and he played 22-18 which OK against 6-10 or 3-7. But after 2-7 (see postion on diagram) Serigio had much stroinger 30-26** which should win the game.

Red to move.
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V. Shafir vs P. Faleo, G2

Red played very weak 8-11? and lost after 17-13, 2-6, 25-22, 14-17 (14-18 coud survive), 21x14, 9x25, 29x22, 5-9, 26-23, 10-14, 19x10, 6x15, 13x6, 1x10, 31-26* WW
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