11-15 21-17 9-13 Holmes vs. Moiseyev 2006 IL Red wins

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11-15 21-17 9-13 Holmes vs. Moiseyev 2006 IL Red wins

Postby Michael Holmes on Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:54 am

[Event "2006 IL ty rd 2 gm 1 11-15 21-17 9-13"]
[Black "Michael Holmes"][White "Alex Moiseyev"][Result "1-0"]
1. 11-15 21-17 2. 9-13 25-21 3. 8-11 {A} 30-25 {B} 4. 4-8 24-19 5. 15x24 28x19 6. 11-15 17-14 {C} 7. 15x24 27x20 8. 10x17 21x14 9. 8-11 {D} 32-28 {E} 10. 6-10 25-21 11. 10x17 21x14 12. 1-6 29-25 13. 13-17 {F} 22x13 14. 6-9 13x6 15. 2x27 31x24 16. 7-10 24-19 {G} 17. 5-9 25-22 18. 9-14 26-23 19. 11-15 {H} 1-0

A) This move is a lot harder to defend against rather than the 5-9 or 6-9 moves
B) A lot better than 17-14 although one should study the 23-18 here and all of its variations in order to try to win with the white side.
C) These order of moves are necessary.
D) 6-10 here is another good option and avoids my 22-17 move next
E) This is standard play but I like the 22-17 move which I played in the next game.
F) A good choice. Ketchum's manual only shows 6-10 and 29-25 although moiseyev mentioned this is pp
G) loses 25-22 or 26-23 draws. Now red has 5-9 but white can make it tougher than what moiseyev did by playing 26-22 9-13 22-18 13-17 25-21 17-22 21-17 22-25 17-14 10-17 to an eventual red win
H) and moiseyev resigned gracefully here.
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Postby Michael Holmes on Sun Apr 09, 2006 6:57 am

I am posting these games because I have had several players request to see them. The last few times I have played moiseyev it has been very difficult games and this last time was no different. Below is the second game we had.

[Event "2006 IL ty gm 2 11-15 21-17 9-13"]
[Black "Alex Moiseyev"][White "Michael Holmes"][Result "1/2-1/2"]
1. 11-15 21-17 2. 9-13 25-21 3. 8-11 30-25 {A} 4. 4-8 24-19 5. 15x24 28x19 6. 11-15 17-14 7. 15x24 27x20 8. 10x17 21x14 9. 8-11 22-17 {B} 10. 13x22 25x18 11. 6-10 29-25 12. 10x17 25-21 13. 17-22 {C} 26x17 14. 11-16 20x11 15. 7x16 18-15 16. 16-19 23x16 17. 12x19 32-27 18. 5-9 15-11 19. 2-6 17-13 {D} 20. 9-14 27-23 21. 19x26 31x22 22. 1-5 22-17 23. 14-18 17-14 24. 18-22 21-17 25. 22-25 11-7 26. 3x10 14x7 27. 25-30 7-3 28. 30-26 3-7 29. 26-22 7-11 30. 22-18 11-7 1/2-1/2

A) Like I said in previous notes. 23-18 should be studied and played here for winning chances. Most all masters know a few lines on this 30-25
B) I have played this for a long time rather than the standard 32-28 and the computer agrees that my move is better although it may be old pp too.
C) Ketchum's gives 1-6 as a win for red but it only draws. However, it is the computer's choice over this move
D) either this or 27-23 and 27-23 might be a little easier but I had seen the draw a long time ago with this move
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Re: 11-15 21-17 9-13 Holmes vs. Moiseyev 2006 IL Red wins

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Sun Apr 09, 2006 9:06 am

Michael Holmes wrote: ... 13-17 ... F) A good choice. Ketchum's manual only shows 6-10 ... although moiseyev mentioned this is pp


James Morrison beat Richard Hallett in 2001 GAYP National with this line. I think this cook - trade, 13-17 & 6-9 originally came from Marion Tinsley, then it was passed to Don Lafferty and finally - James Morrison. Game Morrison vs Hallett was published in ACFB, but on low profile and didn't get enough public attention.

Couple years later I discussed with James Morrison about this line, and I remember the final resolution - after this trade two white moves are drawn, and two loses. The only problem I had - I didn't remember, which one loses !

I am very happy my loss happened in IL State ty, not a World Championship Match :lol: I wish Michael good luck in Stonehaven, And I also am am very glad this loss didn't prohibit me to win this respectable event.

Regards,

Alex Moiseyev
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Postby Michael Holmes on Mon Apr 10, 2006 8:07 am

It is interesting to know that even though Larry and I did not win ( a long aways from getting as many points as moiseyev) we were the only two that did not lose a round. I learn something new all the time with checkers but I feel like I am ready for the Nationals this year and I will be able to concentrate better this year as my son is only staying for the youth tournament and then my girlfriend will take him back to his mother.
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