Rabu, 18 Januari 2012

Tata steel round 3,,Carlsen vs Aronian 1 -0

Carlsen,Magnus - Aronian,Levon [D31]
74th Tata Steel GMA Wijk aan Zee NED (3.5), 16.01.2012
[Crowther,Mark]
1.c4 e6 2.Nc3 d5 3.d4 Be7 4.cxd5 exd5 5.Bf4 c6 6.Qc2 Nf6 7.h3 g6
[7...0-0 8.e3 Bd6 9.Bxd6 Qxd6 10.Bd3 Be6 11.Nge2 Re8 12.g4 g6 13.Ng3 Na6 14.Bxa6 bxa6 15.g5 Nd7 16.Kf1 c5 17.Rd1 f5 18.Nge2 c4 19.Nf4 Bf7 20.h4 Nb6 21.Kg2 Rab8 22.Rh3 Qe7 23.Rdh1 Kg7 24.h5 Rh8 25.Qb1 a5 26.R1h2 a6 27.Qh1 Qxg5+ 28.Kf1 Rhg8 29.hxg6 hxg6 30.Rg3 Qd8 31.Rh7+ Kf8 32.Ne6+ Bxe6 33.Qh6+ Ke8 34.Rxg6 Rxg6 35.Qxg6+ 1-0 Kononenko,T (2305)-Sharevich,A (2266)/Vladimir RUS 2004/The Week in Chess 528]
8.e3 Bf5 9.Qd2 h5 10.Bd3 Bxd3 11.Qxd3 Nbd7 12.Nge2 a5 13.0-0 0-0
Levon Aronian
r__q_rk_
_p_nbp__
__p__np_
p__p___p
___P_B__
__NQP__P
PP__NPP_
R____RK_
Magnus Carlsen
Position after 13...0-0
Carlsen has chosen an interesting setup which is surprisingly hard for black to meet.
14.f3 b5 15.e4 dxe4 16.fxe4 Nc5 17.Qf3 Ne6 18.Be3 b4 19.Nb1 Nh7 20.Nd2 Rc8 21.Rad1 Bh4 22.g3 Bf6 23.Nc4 Bg7 24.b3 Qe7
[24...f5 25.e5 doesn't work for black.]
25.Qg2 Nc7 26.Nxa5 Rfe8 27.e5 Nd5 28.Bd2 Red8 29.Nf4 Qa7?
Levon Aronian
__rr__k_
q____pbn
__p___p_
N__nP__p
_p_P_N__
_P____PP
P__B__Q_
___R_RK_
Magnus Carlsen
Position after 29...Qa7
This seems to be the start of black's real troubles. Probably Aronian overestimated his chances based on white's king position on the same diagonal as black's queen.
[29...Qc7 30.Nc4 Ra8 31.Be1]
30.Nxc6 Rxc6 31.Nxd5 Rc2
[31...Qxd4+ 32.Be3 Qxe5 33.Bf4 is better for white.]
32.Kh1
[32.Nxb4 Rxd4 is better for black.]
32...Bf8 33.e6! Qa8 34.exf7+
[34.e7 Rxd5 35.e8Q Qxe8 36.Qxd5 Rxa2 37.Rde1 Qc8 (37...Qa8 38.Qxa8 Rxa8 39.Ra1 Rd8 40.Be3 Re8) 38.Qxf7+ Kh8 39.Rf2]
34...Kh8 35.Nf4 Qxg2+
Levon Aronian
___r_b_k
_____P_n
______p_
_______p
_p_P_N__
_P____PP
P_rB__q_
___R_R_K
Magnus Carlsen
Position after 35...Qxg2
36.Kxg2
Perhaps the start of things going wrong for Carlsen.
[36.Nxg2 Rxd4 37.Bc3 bxc3 38.Rxd4 Rxa2 39.Rc4 Bg7 40.Nf4 Nf8 41.Nd5 Rb2 42.b4 Be5]
36...Rxd4 37.Rf2 Rd6 38.Bc1 Rxf2+ 39.Kxf2 Rxd1 40.Bb2+ Nf6 41.Bxf6+ Kh7 42.Ne6 Bd6 43.Be5 Be7 44.f8Q Bxf8 45.Nxf8+ Kh6
Levon Aronian
_____N__
________
______pk
____B__p
_p______
_P____PP
P____K__
___r____
Magnus Carlsen
Position after 45...Kh6
Suddenly white has a lot of work to do in order to win. It might be that white is still winning but this ending would need a lot of work to establish that.
46.Ne6 g5 47.h4 gxh4 48.gxh4 Kg6 49.Nd4 Rd3 50.Nc6 Rd2+ 51.Ke3 Rxa2 52.Bd6 Ra1 53.Kd4 Rg1 54.Kc5 Kf5 55.Nxb4 Rc1+ 56.Kd4 Re1 57.Nc6 Re4+ 58.Kd5 Rxh4
Levon Aronian
________
________
__NB____
___K_k_p
_______r
_P______
________
________
Magnus Carlsen
Position after 58...Rxh4
The point of many of these lines is that white can afford to give this pawn up, win the rook for the b-pawn and easily stop black's h-pawn.
59.b4
[59.Nd4+ is more accurate according to Carlsen.]
59...Rh1 60.b5 Rb1 61.Nd4+ Kg4?!
[61...Kf6 was black's last chance to make life difficult according to Carlsen.]
62.Kc6 Rc1+ 63.Kd7 Rb1 64.Kc7 h4 65.b6 Kh3 66.b7 Kg2 67.Nf5 h3 68.Nh4+ 1-0

Tidak ada komentar:

Poskan Komentar

FIDE Calendar 2016 2016 Coming years: 2017 | 2018 | 2019 | 2020 |
World Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
World Schools Individual Championships 2016
Women's FIDE Grand Prix SeriesTeheran, Iran10-Feb-201624-Feb-2016
IMSA Elite Mind GamesHuai'an, China25-Feb-20163-Mar-2016
Women's World Championship Match 2016Lviv, Ukraine1-Mar-201619-Mar-2016
Candidates TournamentMoscow, Russia10-Mar-201630-Mar-2016
World Amateur Championship 2016Halkidiki, Greece18-Apr-201628-Apr-2016
Women's FIDE Grand Prix SeriesBatumi, Georgia19-Apr-20163-May-2016
FIDE Grand Prix Series
11-May-201625-May-2016
World Team Chess Championship 50+, 65+ 2016Dresden, Germany26-Jun-20164-Jul-2016
Women's FIDE Grand Prix SeriesChengdu, China1-Jul-201615-Jul-2016
FIDE Grand Prix Series
6-Jul-201620-Jul-2016
World Youth U-16 Chess Olympiad 2016Poprad-Tatry, Slovakia21-Jul-201630-Jul-2016
World Junior and Girls U20 Championship 2016Bhuvaneswar, Orissa, India7-Aug-201621-Aug-2016
42nd World Chess Olympiad 2016Baku, Azerbaijan1-Sep-201614-Sep-2016
World Youth U14, U16, U18 Championships 2016Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia20-Sep-20164-Oct-2016
Women's World Championship 2016
11-Oct-201631-Oct-2016
World Cadets U8, U10, U12 Championships 2016Batumi, Georgia18-Oct-201631-Oct-2016
World Championship Match 2016New York, USA11-Nov-201630-Nov-2016
World Senior Championships 2016Marianske Lazne, Czech Republic18-Nov-20161-Dec-2016
Women's World Rapid and Blitz Championships 2016Qatar25-Dec-201631-Dec-2016
World Rapid and Blitz Championships 2016Qatar25-Dec-201631-Dec-2016

European Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
European Senior Team Chess Championship 2016Halkidiki, Greece18-Apr-201628-Apr-2016
European Individual Chess Championship 2016Gjakovo, Kosovo11-May-201624-May-2016
European Individual Women’s Chess Championship 2016Mamaia, Romania26-May-20168-Jun-2016
European Senior Individual Championship 2016Yerevan, Armenia4-Jun-201614-Jun-2016
European Amateur Chess Championship 2016Ruzomberok, Slovakia5-Jun-201612-Jun-2016
European School Chess Championship 2016Kassandra, Greece16-Jun-201626-Jun-2016
European Youth Team Chess Championship 2016Celje, Slovenia9-Jul-201617-Jul-2016
European Universities Games 2016Zagreb, Croatia11-Jul-201615-Jul-2016
European Youth Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships 2016Novi Sad, Serbia19-Jul-201624-Jul-2016
European Youth Chess Championship 2016Prague, Czech Republic17-Aug-201628-Aug-2016
European Chess Club Cup 2016Belgrade, Serbia5-Nov-201613-Nov-2016
European Chess Club Cup for Women 2016Belgrade, Serbia5-Nov-201613-Nov-2016
European Rapid and Blitz Chess Championships 2016Tallinn, Estonia14-Dec-201618-Dec-2016

American Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
American Continental Women's Championship 2016Lima, Peru19-Feb-201628-Feb-2016
Panamerican U20 Chess Championship 2016Colombia19-Jun-201626-Jun-2016
South American Youth Festival 2016Santiago, Chile8-Oct-201614-Oct-2016
Panamerican Schools Chess Championship 2016Cartagena, Colombia20-Nov-201626-Nov-2016
South American Youth Festival 2016Santiago, Chile2-Dec-201610-Dec-2016

Asian Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
Asian Nations Cup (Men and Women) 2016Abu Dhabi, UAE27-Mar-20168-Apr-2016
Asian Youth U8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 Championship 2016Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia5-Apr-201615-Apr-2016
Asian Nations Cup Rapid Championship 2016Abu Dhabi, UAE6-Apr-20166-Apr-2016
Asian Nations Cup Blitz Championship 2016Abu Dhabi, UAE7-Apr-20167-Apr-2016
Asian Youth Blitz Championship 2016Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia9-Apr-20169-Apr-2016
Asian Youth Rapid Championship 2016Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia10-Apr-201610-Apr-2016
Asian Juniors and Girls U-20 Championships 2016New Delhi, India2-May-201611-May-2016
Asian Juniors and Girls Rapid Championship 2016New Delhi, India3-May-20163-May-2016
Asian Juniors and Girls Blitz Championship 2016New Delhi, India11-May-201611-May-2016
Asian Individual Championship (Men and Women) 2016Tashkent, Uzbekistan25-May-20165-Jun-2016
Asian Individual Blitz Championship (Men and Women) 2016Tashkent, Uzbekistan4-Jun-20164-Jun-2016
Asian Schools Chess Championships 2016Tehran, Iran9-Jul-201618-Jul-2016
Asian Schools Rapid Championships 2016Tehran, Iran10-Jul-201610-Jul-2016
Asian Schools Blitz Championships 2016Tehran, Iran17-Jul-201617-Jul-2016
Asian Youth U14 Team Championship 2016Jiaxing, China15-Aug-201622-Aug-2016
South Asian Amateur Championship 2016Srinagar, India1-Sep-20166-Sep-2016
Asian Seniors Chess Championship 2016Mandalay, Myanmar26-Oct-20165-Nov-2016
Asian Amateur Chess Championship 2016Kuwait City, Kuwait16-Nov-201625-Nov-2016

African Zonals
NamePlaceStartEnd
African Zonal 4.4Accra, Ghana28-Mar-20166-Apr-2016
African Zonal 4.2Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania22-Apr-20161-May-2016
African Zonal 4.3Le Morne, Mauritius23-Apr-20162-May-2016
African Zonal 4.1Taroudant, Morocco23-May-201631-May-2016
African Zonal 4.3 Youth Team U16Beira, Mozambique8-Jul-201615-Jul-2016
African Zonal 4.2 Youth Team U16Kigali, Rwanda15-Jul-201622-Jul-2016
African Zonal 4.4 Youth Team U16Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso22-Jul-201631-Jul-2016
African Zonal 4.1 Youth Team U16Nouakchott, Mauritania24-Jul-20162-Aug-2016

African Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
African Individual Chess Championships 2016Kampala, Uganda18-Jun-201629-Jun-2016
African Blitz Chess Championships 2016Kampala, Uganda26-Jun-201626-Jun-2016
African Rapid Chess Championships 2016Kampala, Uganda27-Jun-201627-Jun-2016
African Amateur Individual Championships 2016Lome, Togo4-Aug-201613-Aug-2016
African Youth Championships 2016Port Elizabeth, South Africa21-Aug-201629-Aug-2016
African Clubs Championships 2016Cape Town, South Africa7-Oct-201613-Oct-2016
African Women's Challenge 2016Gaborone, Botswana1-Dec-201611-Dec-2016
African Schools Individual Championships 2016Lusaka, Zambia10-Dec-201618-Dec-2016
African Junior Championships 2016Tunis, Tunisia27-Dec-20166-Jan-2017

Arab Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
8th Arab Women Clubs Championship 2016Kuwait1-Feb-20169-Feb-2016
Arab Individual Chess Championship 2016 Under (8-10-12-14-16-18-20) Girls & OpenTunis26-Mar-20163-Apr-2016
Arab Individual Chess Championship 2016 (Women & Open)Sudan1-Oct-201610-Oct-2016
Arab Individual Blitz Championship 2016 (Women & Open)Sudan4-Oct-20164-Oct-2016
Arab Individual Rapid Championship 2016 (Women & Open)Sudan5-Oct-20166-Oct-2016
Arab Clubs Chess Championship 2016Morocco1-Nov-201610-Nov-2016

Presidential Board / Congress
NamePlaceStartEnd
1st Quarter 2016 Presidential BoardMoscow, Russia27-Mar-201630-Mar-2016
87th FIDE CongressBaku, Azerbaijan4-Sep-201614-Sep-2016

Other Official Events
NamePlaceStartEnd
SportAccord ConventionLausanne, Switzerland17-Apr-201622-Apr-2016
Commonwealth Chess Championship 2016Sri Lanka29-Jul-20166-Aug-2016

Seputar Tentang Catur

The “classical” World Chess Championship matches (1886-2012)

The “classical” World Chess Championship matches (1886-2012)