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Analiz - Tur 5
analiz5Türkiye İş Bankası Liginde tamamlanan beşinci turun ardından Büyükusta Evgeny Miroshnichenko ilgi çekici partileri bizlerle paylaştı. Yorum ve diyagramları aşağıda bulabilirsiniz;

Mamedov, Rauf - Gagunashvili, Merab

1.e4 c6 2.Ne2


A rare move. White tries to get unexplored position, as there is not much of advantage in Caro-Kann mainlines according to the modern theory. 2...g6 Perhaps Black wasn't sure about his own intentions in the opening, so he switches to Pirc. [There was nothing wrong with 2...d5 3.e5 and here both 3...c5 and(3...Bf5 are just perfectly playable for Black.) ] 3.d4 Bg7 4.h4!? h5 [4...d5!? 5.e5 f6 6.Bf4 Nd7 7.exf6 Ngxf6 8.Nbc3 Qb6 9.Qd2 e5 10.dxe5 Ng4 11.0–0–0 0–0 12.e6 Nde5 13.e7 Nc4 14.exf8Q+ Kxf8 15.Bd6+ Kg8 16.Na4 Bxb2+ 17.Kb1 Nxd2+ 18.Rxd2 Qa5 19.c3 Ba3 20.Bxa3 Qxa4 21.Bb2 Bf5+ 22.Ka1 Nxf2 23.Rg1 Re8 0–1 Bartel,M (2268)-Warakomski,T (2498)/Warsaw 2007/] 5.Nbc3 d6 6.Be3 Nf6 7.f3 Nbd7 Intending to play b5. [7...b5!? 8.e5 Nd5 9.Nxd5 cxd5 10.Nc3 0–0! 11.f4 b4 12.Nxd5 a5 with descent compensation for the pawn.]


8.a4!? Qa5 9.Qd2 e5?! [After 9...0–0 White has to make a choice how to arrange the pieces, and in case of 10.Nc1 Black has an additional option - 10...Qc7] 10.dxe5 dxe5 11.Nc1! Improving the knight and preparing development of the bishop. 11...Nc5 12.Bc4 [12.Nb1!? This strange-looking retreat deserved serious attention, as in fact White is winning some tempi besides achieving desirable queens exchange. 12...Qxd2+ 13.Nxd2 Ne6 14.Nc4 White's advantage is obvious.] 12...Ne6 13.Nb3


13...Qd8?! [The position after 13...Qc7 14.a5!? doesn't seem to be much fun for Black, however presence of queens on the board secures Black some counterplay as White's pawn structure is a bit loose on both wings, so white king could be disturbed.] 14.Qxd8+ Nxd8 15.0–0–0± White's advantage is obvious. 15...Bh6?! 16.Bxh6 Rxh6 17.Nc5!? Nd7 18.Nd3 a5 19.g4!?


19...Ke7? That's a bit too much of passivity. [Was it good or bad, Black had to play 19...hxg4 20.fxg4 Ke7 at least finding a job for the rook.] 20.g5! Rh8 21.Rhf1 Preparing decisive f3-f4 break. 21...b6 22.f4 exf4 23.e5!? Nf8 24.Nxf4 Nfe6 [24...Be6 25.Nxe6 fxe6 26.Rf6! Nd7 27.Rxg6! Nxe5 28.Rg7+ Kf8 29.Rc7! Nxc4 30.Rf1+ Ke8 31.Ne4+-]


25.Ne4 Nxf4 26.Rxf4 Be6 27.Bxe6 Nxe6 28.Rf6! Black is doomed. 28...Rhf8 [28...Rad8 29.Rdf1 Rdf8 30.Nd6 Rh7 31.R1f3 Nc5 32.Nc4!+-] 29.Nd6! Nc5 30.Nc4 Nxa4


31.e6! Typical but still nice! 31...fxe6? [31...Nc5 would let Black to stay in the game for few more moves - 32.exf7! Rxf7 33.Nxb6 Rb8 34.Rxc6+- and still some technique is required form White.] 32.Ne5! Rxf6 33.Rd7+ Kf8 34.gxf6 Nc5 35.Re7! [35.Re7 Ne4 36.Nxg6+ Kg8 37.Rg7#] 1–0

Klinova, Masha - Uzuner, Tufan Can


Black's position is a bit passive but rather solid, so White would have to try hard in search for a breakthrough. However, it's Black who does all the damage... 24...b5? Almost anything would be better than that. 25.g5! Perhaps that was the move Black missed playing b5. [25.cxb5? Nd5! 26.Bxd5 exd5 27.Bd2 Bxd2 28.Rxd2 cxb5! would of course be another story, as Black queen has too many target's in case of 29.Qxc8 Rxc8 30.Rxc8+ Kh7] 25...Ne8 [25...Nh5? 26.cxb5 cxb5 27.Qxc8 Rxc8 28.Rxc8+ Kh7 29.Rdc1+- than doubling the rooks on the back rank.] 26.cxb5 cxb5 27.Qxc8 Rxc8 28.Rxc8 Kh7


29.Rdc1! Black is completely tied up! 29...Bd6 [29...Nd6!? 30.R8c7 Qe8 31.Ra7 Qd8 32.h4 and Black can't move - 32...Nf5? 33.Ra8 Qd7 34.Rcc8+-] 30.Bd2 b4 31.h4 f6?! [31...Qd7 32.R8c4±] 32.Be4 f5


33.Bf3?! A bit of inaccuracy. [33.Bc6! Nc7 34.Re1! Na6 35.h5! gxh5 36.Re8 Qc7 37.g6+ Kxg6 38.R8xe6+ Kh7 39.Be8+-] 33...Nc7? [33...Qd7! 34.R8c4 (34.h5?? Bxf4! 35.Bxf4 Qxd4 and all of a sudden Black is winning.) 34...Nc7 Black improved a lot and his future is not that depressive any more.] 34.h5! Qd7 [34...Nd5 35.hxg6+ Kxg6 36.Rh8! Bxf4 37.Rg1! Kf7 (37...Bxd2 38.Bh5#) 38.Bh5+ g6 39.Rh7++-; 34...gxh5 35.Bxh5 g6 36.Bf3+-] 35.hxg6+ White misses a chance to finish the game in spectacular way. [35.R1xc7! Bxc7 36.hxg6+ Kxg6 37.Rh8 Kf7 38.Bh5+ Ke7 39.Bxb4+ Bd6 40.Re8++-] 35...Kxg6 36.Rh8 [36.R1xc7!] 36...Kf7 37.Bc6! Qe7 38.Rg1 e5 [38...Nd5 39.g6+ Kf6 40.Be1!+-]


39.g6+ Ke6 40.fxe5 Bxe5 41.d5+ [41.Re8!? Nxe8 42.d5+ Kf6 (42...Kd6 43.Bxb4++-) 43.Bg5++-] 41...Nxd5 42.Re8 Qxe8 43.Bxe8 1–0

Shimanov, Aleksandr - Safarli, Eltaj


Black played the opening in a bit provocative fashion and has a tough choice there... 22...Qxh1!? Nice trick! Instead of queen out of play, Black prefer queen out of the board! :) [The position after 22...Qa5 23.Bxh6 Rxh6 24.Bb5!? could be unpleasant for Black, as his queen would stuck at the edge of the board for a while.; 22...Qh5? 23.Bg6 Qa5 24.Qe4 Bd7 25.Bg3!±] 23.Rxh1 Bxf4 24.exf4 [White could try 24.Kb1!? Rxe3 25.d5 Nd4 26.Qf2 Nf3 27.dxe6 Rdxd3 28.Qc2! with some advantage, however I don't think that would change the result of the game.] 24...Nxd4 25.Qa4 Otherwise White could be worse. 25...Rxd3 26.Qxa7 Nb3+ [26...Bf5?! 27.Qa8+ Kd7 28.Qxb7 protecting b3 square.]


27.Kb1! [27.Kc2?? Rd2+ 28.Kb1 Rxb2+! 29.Kxb2 Rd2+ 30.Kb1 Bf5+ 31.Ne4 Bxe4#] 27...Rd1+! Forcing a study-like perpetual! 28.Rxd1 Rxd1+ 29.Nxd1 Bf5+ 30.Ka2 Nc1+ 31.Ka1 Entertaining game! 1/2

Tulay, Kamber Berkay - Citak, Selim


White has very unpleasant pressure. 16.Qd3! Attacking g6. 16...Nb6 [16...Nf8!?] 17.Bb3 Kf8 [17...Nfd5!? 18.Qf3 Nxc3 19.bxc3±; 17...Nbd5? 18.Bxf6 Nxf6 19.Qxg6+-] 18.Qf3 Rxe1+ 19.Rxe1 Re8?! [Black should've played 19...Be7 20.Re5!? Re8 hoping to survive with accurate play.] 20.Rxe8+ Nxe8


21.Be6! Nice move, which should've just provoke additional weaknesses in the Black's camp after f7-f6... 21...Kg8?? But after this careless move another white bishop steps on the attacked square, this time with a crucial effect! [21...f6 22.Be3 Qe7 23.Bb3±] 22.Bd8! fxe6 [22...Qxd8 23.Qxf7+ Kh7 24.Qg8+ Kh6 25.Qh8+ Kg5 26.Qh4#] 23.Bxc7 Nxc7 It's all over, and Black knew it perfectly well, but he decides to show some team spirit.... 24.Ne4 Be7 25.Qb3 Ncd5 26.Nc5 e5 27.Nxb7 exd4 28.Qc2 Kh7 29.a3 Bf6 30.Nc5 Ne7 31.Nd3 Nd7 32.g4 Nb6 33.Qc5 Nbd5 34.h4 Bxh4 35.Qxd4 Nb6 36.Qe4 Bf6 37.f4 Ned5 38.g5 Be7 39.Ne5 Bc5+ 40.Kh1 Ne7 41.Qd3 Nf5 42.Qh3+ Kg8 43.Nxg6 1–0

Ipatov, Alexander - Yasin, Hur


White finds a nice tactical solution: 22.Rc1! Qb2 [More stubborn was 22...Qd2 23.Qg4+ Kh8 24.Rfd1 Qb4 25.Rc8 Qxd6 26.Rxd6 Rxc8 27.h3 and White should win this.] 23.Qg4+ Kh8 [After 23...Kh6 almost anything wins for White, but by far the strongest is unexpected 24.Rc6!! and there is no defense against 25. Nf5+ and 26. Qg5 mate!] 24.Rc8! h6 [24...Rxc8 25.Nxf7#] 25.Nxf7+ Kh7


26.f5! Ne5 27.Nxe5 Rg7 28.Rc7 Rxc7 29.Qg6+ Kh8 30.Qxh6+ Kg8 31.Ng6 Rfc8 32.Qh8+ Kf7 33.Qh7+ [33.Qh7+ Ke8 34.Qg8+ Kd7 35.Qxe6+ Kd8 36.Rd1+ Rd7 37.Rxd7#] 1–0
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