Türkiye İş Bankası
Analiz - Tur 3
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Mchedlishvili, Mikheil - Polgar, Judit


Black has a space advantage, however it's hard to find a plan. 13...Ne4 Tempting move, which turns to be perhaps a source of Black's problems. 14.dxc5 Bxg3?! Insisting to take on c5 with the pawn. [14...Ndxc5!? 15.Bb5 Nxg3 16.hxg3 Re7 17.Qd4! f6 18.Qg4 with slightly better chances for White.; 14...bxc5? 15.Bxe4 dxe4 16.Qxd6 Re6 (16...exf3 17.Rfd1±) 17.Qf4 exf3 18.Nf5! would be a disaster for Black. 18...fxg2 19.Rfd1 Rg6 20.Nd6+-] 15.hxg3 bxc5 16.Nd2


16...Ndf6 [White's knight is not the piece to be proud of, so 16...Nef6!? , avoiding exchange, deserved serious attention.] 17.Nxe4 Nxe4 18.Qg4! g6?! [18...f6 is not that funny to play either, however it seems to be the least of evils to me. 19.Rc2 Qe7 20.Rfc1 Rc7 21.Bxe4 Qxe4 22.Qxe4 dxe4 with descent chances for a draw.] 19.f3! White is driving away the knight, setting a total control over the dark squares. 19...Nd6? A blunder. [19...Nf6 20.Qf4 Re6 21.g4 leaves White with huge positional advantage, but the move in the game just loses a pawn.]


20.Rxc5! Ne4 [20...Rxc5 21.Qd4 f6 22.Qxc5 was hopeless for Black.] 21.Rxc8 Bxc8 22.Qf4 g5 23.Qb8 Nc5 24.Bb1 Qe7 25.Bd4 Ne6 26.Qxa7 Bb7 [26...Nxd4 27.Qxe7 Rxe7 28.exd4 Re2 29.Rc1 Ba6 30.Bc2 Rd2 31.a4 Rxd4 32.Rd1+-]


27.Bc3 d4 28.Bd2 [28.Bxd4 Nxd4 29.Qxd4 Qxe3+ 30.Qxe3 Rxe3 31.Kf2+-] 28...g4 [28...dxe3 29.Qxe3+-] 29.Qa5 gxf3 30.gxf3 Qd6 31.Rf2


31...Ng7 [In case of 31...dxe3 32.Bxe3 Qd1+ 33.Rf1 Qe2 White had to find the most precise 34.Qe1! Qxe1 35.Rxe1 Ng5 36.Kf2! Nxf3 37.Re2+-] 32.e4! f5 [32...Qxg3+ 33.Rg2 Qxf3 34.Qg5+-] 33.Bf4 Qd7 34.exf5 d3 35.f6 Qd4


36.Bxd3! This leads by force to completely winning endgame. [That wasn't too late to spoil everything with 36.Qg5? Re1+ 37.Kg2 Bxf3+! 38.Kxf3 (38.Kh3?? Rh1+ 39.Rh2 Rxh2+ 40.Kxh2 Qf2+ 41.Kh3 Qg2+ 42.Kh4 Qh2#) 38...Qe4+ 39.Kg4 Qe6+ 40.Kf3=] 36...Qxd3 37.Qg5 Re1+ 38.Kh2! [38.Kg2?? Bxf3+ 39.Rxf3 Qe2+ 40.Rf2 Qe4+ with perpetual.] 38...Qg6 39.Qxg6 hxg6 40.fxg7 Kxg7 41.g4


The fight is over as White's position is completely winning. 41...Kf6 42.Kg2 Ke6 43.Rd2 Bd5 44.Kf2 Ra1 45.Re2+ Kd7 46.Be5 Rd1 47.Ke3 Rf1 48.Rf2 Re1+ 49.Kd4 Rd1+ 50.Kc3 Rc1+ 51.Kd4 Rd1+ 52.Kc5 Be6 53.Bc3 Rc1 54.Kb4 Rg1 55.Kc5 Rc1 56.Kd4 Ke7 57.Bd2 Ra1 58.Ke5 Kf7 59.Bb4 Rd1 60.Rc2 Rd5+ 61.Ke4 Rd7 62.Rd2 Rc7 63.Ke5 Rb7 64.Bc5 1–0

Esen, Baris - Kulaots, Kaido

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nf3 Bg7 4.g3 d5 5.Bg2


5...dxc4 Black is looking for an active play. [In my opinion, Black has no problem after the rock-solid 5...c6 ] 6.Na3 c3 7.bxc3 0–0 8.0–0 c5 9.e3 Nc6 10.Qe2 Bf5 11.Rd1 Qb6 12.Nd2


12...Bg4 A novelty according to my database, this move doesn't seem to be needed, as simple [12...cxd4 13.cxd4 Rac8 gave Black enough counterplay in Hassan, A (2322)-Brkic,A (2541)/Dubai 2009/] 13.f3 Nd5 14.Ne4 [14.fxg4 Nxc3 15.Qf1 Nxd1 16.Qxd1 cxd4 17.Rb1 Qd8 , and Black is fine, as White's peices lack both stability and coordination.] 14...Bf5 15.dxc5! Nxc3 16.Nxc3 Qa5 17.Bb2 Bxc3 18.Nc4 Qb4 19.Bxc3 Qxc3 20.Rac1 Qb4 21.e4 Be6 [21...Qxc5+?? 22.Ne3+-]


22.Ne3! Transferring the knight to the perfect outpost on d5. 22...Rfd8 23.Nd5 Qa3 24.f4 White has very unpleasant pressure. It's hard for Black to find any active counterplay. 24...Rd7 25.g4?! While being stable in the center, it's quite tempting to start activity against black king, especially with opponents queen being stuck at the opposite side of the board. However, this pawn advance creates weaknesses in White's camp, so he should have improved the position a bit before that. [25.Rc3!?]


25...f6?! Black believes his opponent! In fact, f4-f5 wasn't the treat - [25...Rad8 26.f5 Bxd5 27.exd5 Nb4 and perhaps best White can do is 28.f6!? (28.Qc4? Nxd5 29.Bxd5 Rxd5 30.Rxd5 Rxd5–+) 28...exf6 29.d6 Nxa2 30.Rc4 Nb4 31.Qd2 Na6 (31...a5!?) 32.Qd4 with compensation for the material, but not more than that. Even 32...Nxc5 33.Qxc5 Qxc5+ 34.Rxc5 Rxd6 35.Rxd6 Rxd6 shouldn't be lost for Black.] 26.f5! Bf7


27.g5! fxg5 [27...gxf5 28.gxf6±; 27...Ne5 28.fxg6 hxg6 29.gxf6 (29.Rc3 Qa5) 29...Bxd5 30.exd5 exf6 31.Rf1 Kg7 32.d6 with advantage.] 28.fxg6 hxg6 29.Qg4 Rad8 30.Qxg5 Kg7 31.Rf1 White's attack becomes more and more dangerous. 31...Qb2? This allows nice finish, however it's hard to suggest anything good for Black. [31...Rh8 32.Rc3 Qb2 33.Rg3 e6 (33...Qd4+ 34.Kh1 Rh6 35.Rgf3! with clear advantage.(35.Rxf7+? Kxf7 36.Qxh6 Qa1+ 37.Bf1 Qxf1+ 38.Rg1 Qf3+=) ) 34.Nc3! Rh6 35.Rd3! Re7 (35...Rxd3 36.Qf6+ Kg8 37.Qxf7+ Kh8 38.Qf8+ Kh7 39.Rf7#) 36.Qf6+ Kf8 37.e5 and Black is helpless.; 31...Rf8!? 32.Rc2!± taking b2 square under control and planning to double the rooks.(32.Rc3? Rxd5 (32...Qb2 33.Rg3 Be8 34.Nf4+-) 33.Qe3 Qxa2 34.exd5 Bxd5 35.Bxd5 Rxf1+ 36.Kxf1 Qxd5=) ]


32.Rxf7+! Kxf7 33.Rf1+ Kg7 [33...Kg8 34.Qxg6+ Qg7 35.Qe6+ Kh8 36.Rf7+-] 34.Nf4! Kg8 [34...Rd1 35.Qxg6+ Kh8 36.Qh5+ Kg8 37.Rxd1+-; 34...e6 35.Qxg6+ Kh8 36.Qh6+ Kg8 (36...Rh7 37.Ng6+ Kg8 38.Rf8+ Rxf8 39.Qxf8#) 37.Nh5+-]


35.Ne6! Qe5 36.Qxg6+ Kh8 37.Qh6+ Kg8 38.Qg6+ [38.Rf4! Rd1+ 39.Bf1 Rxf1+ 40.Rxf1+-] 38...Kh8 39.Ng5 Qg7 [39...e6 40.Nf7+ Rxf7 41.Rxf7 Qxc5+ 42.Kh1 Rd1+ 43.Bf1+-] 40.Qh5+ Kg8 41.Bh3! [41.Bh3 Nd4 42.Bxd7+-] 1–0

Tsatsalashvili, Keti - Yurtseven, Ahmet Can


White's position is winning, however some technique is still required... 63...e5 64.f5? After this move white's task becomes much harder. [There was nothing wrong with simple 64.fxe5+ Kxe5 65.Rh3+-] 64...e4! 65.Kg1?! [Stronger was 65.Rg8! , preparing to meet 65...Ke5 with 66.Re8+ Still, I'm not sure if it's that easy to win for White after 66...Kd4 (66...Kf4 67.Nd5+ Kxf5 68.Nc3 Ra3 69.Nxe4 h4 70.Nf2+-) 67.Nd1!


67...Ra5! 68.f6! Ra1 (68...Rf5+? 69.Nf2 e3 70.Re4++-) 69.Kf2!? Ra6 (69...Rxd1?? 70.Rd8++-) 70.Rd8+ Ke5 71.Nc3 Rxf6+ 72.Ke3 Rg6 73.Re8+ Kf5 74.Kf2 Re6±] 65...Ke5! 66.Rh3 Kf4?! [66...Ra1+! 67.Kf2 (67.Kh2 Re1! and White has to give "f5" pawn sooner or later.) 67...Ra2+ 68.Ke1 Kf4 with very good chances to save the game.] 67.f6 [67.Nd5+!? Kxf5 (67...Ke5 68.Nc3 Rc2 69.Kf1! Kxf5 70.Re3! h4!


71.Kg1!! (71.Nxe4 Kf4! 72.Re1 h3 73.gxh3 f5 74.Nf6 Kg5 75.Nd5 Rd2 76.Ne7 Rd3 77.Kg2 Rd2+=) 71...h3 72.Rxh3 Ke5 73.Kf1 f5 74.Ne2+-) 68.Rxh5+ Kg4 69.Re5 f5 (69...Ra4 70.Re7 Rd4 71.Nc3 f5 72.Rg7+! Kh5 73.Ne2+-) 70.Re8!+-] 67...Kg5?! [67...Ra1+ 68.Nf1 Kf5 69.Rxh5+ Kxf6 70.Kf2+-] 68.Kh2 [68.Nd5!] 68...h4 69.Nd5 Rd2?! 70.Nc3 Kf5 71.Rxh4+- e3

72.Kg3?! [72.Re4! Rd3 73.g4+! Kxf6 74.Ne2! (74.Rxe3? Rxe3 75.Nd5+ Kg5 76.Nxe3 Kf4=) 74...Rd2 75.Rxe3 Kg5 76.Kh3! f5 77.Re5!+-] 72...e2 73.Rf4+ Ke5 74.Re4+ Kf5 75.Rf4+ Ke5 76.Nxe2?? [76.Re4+ Kf5 77.Kh2! (77.Kh4!? e1Q+ 78.Rxe1 Rxg2 79.Rf1+ Ke5 80.Nd1! Rg6 81.Ne3!+-) 77...Rd3 78.g4+ Kxf6 79.Nxe2+-] 76...Rxe2 77.Rf3 Ra2 78.Kh3 Ra6 1/2
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