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Continuiamo la pubblicazione delle partite del Master 2014 con la prima delle due commentate esclusivamente per il nostro sito dal G.M. Vladimir Georgiev che difendeva i colori della Scacchistica Torinese in prima scacchiera.

Vladimir si è rivelato un professionista veramente esemplare (e ce ne fossero): non ha mai messo in discussione che lui, da vero leader, avrebbe giocato tutte e sette le partite in programma e questo sforzo gli è costato una svista banale per chiara stanchezza al 5° turno. Ciò nonostante il suo stile ha chiaramente dato fiducia a tutti e di conseguenza alzato il livello di gioco e dei risultati di tutta la squadra. Per il resto una vera e propria macchina da guerra, ben più forte del suo già notevole punteggio: meticolosa preparazione teorica contro l'avversario, ma non solo sulle aperture che avrebbe dovuto affrontare, ma anche circa il tipo di giocatore che si sarebbe trovato di fronte. Insomma un acquisto veramente importante.  Michele Cordara

(foto sopra dal blog Scacchierando)

 

Georgiev,Vladimir (2553) - Gajewski,Grzegorz (2631) [E52]

CIS, serie Master Condino ITA (4), 02.05.2014

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 Bb4 4.e3 0–0 5.Bd3 d5 6.Nf3 b6 7.0–0 Bb7 8.cxd5 exd5 9.Ne5 Bd6

One of the main positions in this opening.

10.b3 Rare move which I prepared before the game. 10.f4 is the main move.

10...Nc6 With this move my opponent surprised me!

11.Nxc6!? Finally I decided to play this move because Black has not active play as with Nb4 and c5 that was my opponent hope! 11.f4 was the first idea I calculated, but after Nb4 followed by c5 I like Black position! 11...Nb4 12.Be2 (12.Bb1 c5) 12...Ne4; 11.Ng4 I calculated also this move, but again Nb4 with idea c5 and Black is ok! 11...Nb4 12.Nxf6+ Qxf6 13.Be2 c5.

11...Bxc6 12.Nb5 Be7 12...Bxb5 This is the normal way for Black but the problem is that he has no real counterplay. My opponent is a very active player so it will be unpleasunt for him to go for this position!He should wait how White will try to improve his position.My plan was to prepare f3 and e4 later because c5 is not good due to the pair of Bishops for White! 13.Bxb5 c6 14.Bd3+=.

13.Qc2 Bb7? Gajewski overlooked my 17th move! 13...Bd7 only move. But my opponent is always looking for sharp positions with active counterplay! 14.Bb2 c6 15.Nc3 Re8 16.f3+= with idea e4: 16...c5 17.e4+= (17.Qd2).

14.Qxc7 Qxc7 15.Nxc7 Rac8 16.Nb5 a6 17.Ba3! Bxa3 18.Nxa3 Rc3 19.Rad1 Rfc8 20.Ra1 Rf8 21.Rad1 Rfc8 22.Nb1! R3c6 Now I have a clear better ending with a pawn up.

23.f3 Another way to continue was to improve my Knight - Nd2 and Nf3 and than to realize the advantage.

23...g6 24.Kf2 Nh5 25.g4?! I changed my previous idea to go with the King on d2 and to play Kc1 to exchange the active enemy's Rooks! 25.Ke2! f5 (25...Re8 26.Kd2 Rce6 27.Rfe1) 26.Kd2 f4 27.e4.

25...Ng7 26.g5 Now I have the idea to secure the e5 square for my Knight!

26...f6 27.h4 Nf5 28.Rh1! 28.Bxf5 I don't like it because now c2 is weak and Black can enter into my position to get active counterplay! 28...gxf5.

28...Kg7 29.Nd2 Key idea in this ending. When I will improve my only bad piece White will be easily winning!

29...Rc3 30.Nf1 a5 31.Rd2! I need to secure 2nd rank because my idea is Bxf5 and Ng3.

31...Rc1 32.Rh2 R8c3 33.Ng3? I forgot to take on f5 before playing Cg3! 33.Bxf5! to get good Knight versus bad Bishop. 33...gxf5 34.Ng3+– fxg5 35.hxg5 R3c2 36.Nh5+ Kg6 37.Nf4+ Kxg5 38.Rh5+ Kf6 39.Rxc2 Rxc2+ 40.Kg3.

33...Nxg3 34.Kxg3 Re1 35.Kf4 35.gxf6+ better was 35...Kxf6 36.Kf2 Rcc1 37.h5 Red1 38.Kg3 (38.Rc2).

35...fxg5+! 36.hxg5 Rc7 Good idea. To get counterplay using my weak e3 pawn.

37.Rhe2 Rg1 38.Rg2 Re1 39.Be2 Re7 40.Rd1! Exchanging one of the active Black rooks.

40...Rxd1 41.Bxd1 Rf7+ 42.Ke5 42.Kg3 Later I went back to that simple idea!

42...Kf8 43.Rc2 Ke8 44.Be2 Kd8 45.a3 45.Rc3! that was the only way to keep my King active. 45...Re7+ 46.Kf6.

45...Re7+ 46.Kf4 Here I already have the idea how I will play till the end of the game!

46...Rf7+ 47.Kg3 Re7 48.Kf2 Kd7 49.Bb5+ Kd6 50.f4 Rf7 51.Kf3 Re7 52.b4! axb4 53.axb4 Rf7 54.Rc1 Re7 54...Rf8 55.Ra1 Rf7 56.Ra7 Rc7 57.f5 gxf5 58.Kf4.

55.f5!! That was my idea when I played 50. f4.The idea is to activate the last piece I can - my King!

55...gxf5 56.Rh1+– Bc8 57.Rh6+ Kc7 58.Rc6+ Kb7 59.Rf6 Kc7 60.Bd3 Bd7 61.b5! That was my idea when I played b4 early in the game! 61.Bxf5? Bxf5 62.Rxf5 Kc6 Black King is active now, I don't like to give any active counterplay to my opponent.

61...Rg7 62.Kf4 Re7 63.Bxf5 Bxf5 63...Bxb5 64.Th6 Black loses the pawn on h7 and White g pawn is unstoppable!

64.Rxf5 Rd7 65.Rf6 Kb7 66.Ke5 Rg7 67.Rf5 Re7+ 68.Kxd5 Rxe3 69.Rf7+ Kb8 70.Rxh7 I like the way I played this game.In the opening I liked my decision Nc6 with the idea Nb5. My opponent is an ultra active player, that was the reason I did not play f4!

1–0

 

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