World Championship Match 2017, Game 14

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World Championship Match 2017, Game 14

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Thu Sep 14, 2017 5:58 pm

Scarpetta missing a chance!


[Event "WCM 2017 - game 14"]
[Year "2017"]
[Red "SCARPETTA Sergio"]
[White "BORGHETTI Michele"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]


1. 9-13 23-18 2. 12-16 27-23 3. 16-20 32-27 4. 10-15 18-14 5. 15-18 22x15 6. 11x18 26-22 7. 7-11 22x15 8. 11x18 25-22 9. 18x25 29x22 10. 6-9 23-18 11. 8-11 24-19 12. 4-8 31-26 13. 8-12 19-15 14. 11-16 15-10 15. 16-19 21-17 16. 3-8 (A) 10-6 17. 1x10 14x7 18. 2x11 26-23 19. 19x26 30x23 20. 11-16 28-24 21. 8-11 24-19 22. 11-15 18x11 23. 9-14 17x10 24. 5-9 11-7 25. 9-14 7-3 26. 14-17 22-18 27. 17-22 3-7 28. 22-26 7-11 29. 26-31 27-24 30. 20x27 11x20 31. 27-32 19-15 32. 32-27 10-6 33. 13-17 23-19 34. 27-24 20x27 35. 31x24 6-2 36. 17-22 2-7 37. 22-26 7-11 38. 26-31 18-14 39. 31-27 14-10 40. 24-20 10-6 1/2-1/2

Note:
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(A) 16.12-16! wins. The text move also looked strong, but with his brilliant rejonder 16. ... 10-6!, Miki actually forces Sergio to play highly accurately to secure the draw.

Notes by Richard Pask:
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DEO analysis 1967: 9-13 23-18; 12-16 27-23 ('akin to 10-15 21-17; 6-10 CR'); 16-19 ("would be chosen by 'safety-first' types; it is inferior") 24-15; 10-19 23-16; 11-20 18-14; 6-9 ('8-11 or 8-12 give White the option of 22-17! into a good Paisley line') 22-18; 8-11 32-27; 4-8 ('1-6 is premature') 26-23 ('better than 25-22; 8-12 29-25; 11-16 26-23; 16-19 23-16; 12-19 30-26; 1-6 into a Dyke') 8-12 30-26; 1-6 28-24; 6-10 24-19; 10-17 21-14; 11-16 25-22 ('setting a trap: 25-21 allows 7-10 and a tame draw'); 2-6! (7-10? loses by the later pitch') 22-17 [29-25 is easy to meet: RJP]; 13-22 26-17; 9-13 19-15; 13-22 14-10; 7-14 18-2; 16-19 23-16; 12-19. Drawn.
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Re: World Championship Match 2017, Game 14

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:56 pm

For me personally it is always interesting to see "turning points" in game when logical, scientific result change - someone miss a win or draw. I already posted here diagram where Sergio missed a win and here is a diagram where Miki missed a draw

S. Scarpetta vs A. M. Borghetti
3-moves WCM 2017, G14

1. 9-13 23-18 2. 12-16 27-23 (A) 3. 16-20 32-27 4. 10-15 18-14 5. 15-18 22x15 6. 11x18 26-22 7. 7-11 22x15 8. 11x18 25-22 9. 18x25 29x22 10. 6-9 23-18 11. 8-11 24-19 12. 4-8 31-26 (B) 13. 8-12 19-15 14. 11-16 (C) 15-10 15. 16-19 21-17 16. 3-8 (D) 10-6 17. 1x10 14x7 18. 2x11 26-23 19. 19x26 30x23 20. 11-16 28-24 21. 8-11 24-19 22. 11-15 18x11 23. 9-14 17x10 24. 5-9 11-7 25. 9-14 7-3 26. 14-17 22-18 27. 17-22 3-7 28. 22-26 7-11 29. 26-31 27-24 30. 20x27 11x20 31. 27-32 19-15 32. 32-27 10-6 33. 13-17 23-19 34. 27-24 20x27 35. 31x24 6-2 36. 17-22 2-7 37. 22-26 7-11 38. 26-31 18-14 39. 31-27 14-10 40. 24-20 10-6 Draw


#1. White to move and draw ........ #2. Red to move and win
Image ... Image
15-11* draw, 15-10? loses .......... 12-16* win, 3-8 draw

A. Interesting and fresh attempt. Something prepared ?

B. Actually all white problems started here. In my eyes 30-25 is much better than 31-26 and gives white even or even slightly better game.

C. See diagram #1. This is where Miki made a losing move 15-10? Continue from diagram #1: 15-11, 16-19, 14-10, 9-14, 18x9, 5x14, 26-23, 19x26, 30x23, 2-6, 10-7, 3x10, 22-18, 6-9, 11-7 (or 11-8), draw

D. See diagram #2. And this is again where red missed a win. 12-16* instead 3-8 won the game. Continue: 12-16, 26-23, 19x26, 30x23, 2-6, 10-7, 3x10, 14x7, 6-10, 28-24, 9-14, 18x9, 5x21, 24-19, 21-25, 19x12, 25-30, 7-2, 10-14, 22-18, 1-5, 18x9, 5x14, 2-6, 30-26, 6-9, 26x19, 9x18, 19-23 Red Wins
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Re: World Championship Match 2017, Game 14

Postby Alex_Moiseyev on Fri Sep 15, 2017 7:46 pm

There were couple comments on my post in "Tournament" section, which I add here in chronological order

Richard Pask wrote:G14: ... 27-23!? (Favoured by the late Bill Edwards); 16-20! 32-27; 10-15 was given by me in Solid Checkers, but not mentioned in CC for some reason.


jimloy wrote:Concerning game 14, I only have these two games in my database (nothing on 16-20).

Ingram, E. - Ross, R., US National , 1972
1.09-13 23-18 2.12-16 27-23 3.16-19 24x15 4.10x19 23x16 5.11x20 21-17 6.08-11 25-21 7.04-08 17-14 8.08-12 32-27 9.06-09 29-25 10.01-06 26-23 11.06-10 30-26 12.10x17 21x14 13.02-06 18-15 14.11x18 22x15 15.09x18 23x14 16.07-10 14x07 17.03x19 25-22 18.05-09 22-18 19.12-16 18-15 20.09-14 15-11 21.14-17 11-07 22.17-22 26x17 23.13x22 07-02 24.06-09 02-06 25.09-14 27-24 26.20x27 31x15 draw

I don't have the ACF Bulletin handy, with the above game, so I don't know what the annotations say.

King R - Lafferty D, World 3-move match Barb, 1996
1.09-13 23-18 2.12-16 27-23 3.16-19 24x15 4.10x19 23x16 5.11x20 32-27 6.08-11 26-23 7.04-08 30-26 8.11-16 21-17 9.08-12 25-21 10.16-19 23x16 11.12x19 29-25 12.07-10 17-14 13.10x17 21x14 14.02-07 25-21 15.06-10 27-24 16.10x17 24x15 17.01-06 21x14 18.07-10 14x07 19.03x19 18-14 20.06-09 22-18 21.20-24 14-10 22.09-14 18x09 23.05x14 26-22 24.14-17 22-18 25.17-22 10-07 26.22-25 07-03 27.25-30 03-07 28.30-25 07-11 29.13-17 18-14 30.17-22 14-09 31.22-26 31x22 32.25x18 11-16 33.18-23 09-06 34.24-27 16-20 draw
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