Minggu, 22 April 2012

Aronian mengesankan dengan kemenangan hitam melawan Kramnik di Game 1

Aronian and Kramnik discussed the game for some time after it finished. Photo ©

Levon Aronian mengalahkan Vladimir Kramnik dalam pertandingan pertama dendaChallenge Catur Zuerich pertandingan permainan enam. Kramnik adalah seorang ahli di kedua sisi Variasi Moskow Pertahanan Slavia dan ia telah melihat permainanGunina-Muzychuk bahwa game ini diikuti tapi ia tidak melihat itu dengan komputer.Sementara itu Aronian telah memperkirakan 6.Bh4 lebih agresif. Aronian mengatakan"Ketika Vladimir pergi untuk 14.Re3 dan kemudian saya mulai bertanya-tanya apa yang terjadi setelah 14 ... b5 Saya beruntung bahwa posisi sedikit lebih baik untuk hitam.."Kramnik menghabiskan setengah jam mencoba menemukan jawaban setelah 16 ... Qe6waktu ia bisa dilakukan dengan nanti. Setelah Kramnik yang harus "memilih antaraposisi sedikit lebih buruk beberapa." Aronian terus pengaturan masalah Kramnik dan dihindari bertukar menjadi akhir yang teknis (dimana dia tidak begitu yakin) dan dihargai dengan kesalahan menentukan oleh Kramnik dengan 40.Rd7? ketika 40 ... g5!memenangkan sepotong. Aronian mengatakan bahwa motivasi utamanya dalam Zuerichadalah mempelajari apa yang dibutuhkan untuk bermain di tingkat yang sangat tinggidalam pertandingan melawan lawan papan atas seperti KramnikSementara ituKramnik mengatakan, dia tidak "siap yang banyak"Game 2 Minggu 22 April 02:00WIB.
Kramnik,Vladimir - Aronian,Levon [D43]
Zurich Chess Challenge Zurich SUI (1), 21.04.2012
1.Nf3 d5 2.d4 Nf6 3.c4 c6 4.Nc3 e6 5.Bg5 h6 6.Bxf6 Qxf6 7.e3 Nd7 8.Bd3 dxc4 9.Bxc4 g6 10.0-0 Bg7 11.Re1 0-0 12.e4 e5 13.d5 Rd8!?
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 13...Rd8
going boldly into complications.
[13...Nb6 was a draw in Leko,P (2734)-Gelfand,B (2739)Miskolc HUN 2010.]
14.Re3!?
[14.h3 has been played in a couple of games.]
14...b5 15.dxc6 bxc4 16.Nd5 Qe6!
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 16...Qe6
Kramnik had seen Gunina's win against Muzychuk in a decisive final round game in the European women's championship which won her the title. But hadn't looked at it in detail. After the game both players agreed this position is slightly better for black.
[16...Qd6 17.cxd7 Bxd7 18.Nd2 Bb5 19.Qc2 Rab8 20.Rc3 Qa6 21.a4 Bf8 22.Nf1 Bc5 23.Qc1 Bc6 24.Nf6+ Kg7 25.Ng4 g5 26.Rxc4 Rd1 27.Qxd1 Qxc4 28.Qf3 Qxe4 29.Rc1 Qg6 30.Qc3 Qe4 31.Qxe5+ Qxe5 32.Nxe5 Bxf2+ 33.Kxf2 Rxb2+ 34.Ke3 Bxg2 35.Ng3 Bd5 36.Nh5+ Kf8 37.Rd1 Be6 38.Rd8+ 1-0 Gunina,V (2511)-Muzychuk,A (2583)/Gaziantep TUR 2012/The Week in Chess 906]
Kramnik thinking after 16...Qe6.
Kramnik thinking after 16...Qe6. Photo © http://www.livestream.com/kramnikaronian
17.cxd7 Rxd7 18.Qa4 Bb7 19.Qxc4 Bxd5
[may be more accurate but Aronian was concentrating on getting an ending with the queens off which he thought was favourable to him.]
20.exd5 Qxd5 21.Qxd5 Rxd5 22.Rae1 Re8 23.g4!?
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 23.g4
White certainly has to be careful not to be pushed off the board but g4 is very commital.
23...Kh7
[23...f5 is key with complex play which looks to favour black but maybe leads to simplification. 24.Nh4 (24.gxf5 gxf5 25.Nh4 e4) 24...Rd4 (24...fxg4 25.Nxg6 Kf7 26.Nh4 Bf6 27.Ng2 Rd2) ]
24.g5
Kramnik is trying to simplify down.
24...hxg5 25.Nxg5+ Kg8 26.f4?!
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 26.f4
Again alternatives don't appeal but this is very risky.
[26.b4; 26.Ra3; 26.Rb3]
26...Rb8!
[26...Rd4]
27.fxe5
[27.b3 exf4 28.Re8+ Rxe8 29.Rxe8+ Bf8 30.Nf3 and black is much better as well.]
27...Rxb2 28.Nf3?!
Concedes more ground in a terribly difficult position.
[28.a3 is possible Kramnik didn't like this move either.]
28...Rxa2 29.e6 fxe6 30.Rxe6 Rf5
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 30...Rf5
31.Nh4
A tough defensive try.
31...Rf4
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 31...Rf4!
As is so typical of Aronian's style he keeps things complicated and asks difficult questions of his opponent.
[31...Bd4+ 32.Kh1 Rff2 33.Rxg6+ Kf7 34.Rg2 and this ending isn't so easy to win for black if at all.]
32.R6e4 Rf6
[32...Rff2 33.Rg4 Rxh2 34.Nxg6 a5; 32...Ra4 could also have been played but Aronian didn't want a technical ending which he wasn't 100% sure of. This seems to win however.]
33.Rg4 Kf7 34.Rc1 Bh6 35.Rc7+ Ke8 36.Re4+ Kd8 37.Rh7 Bf8 38.Rd4+ Kc8 39.Rc4+ Kb8
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 39...Kb8
Black's king can no longer be checked and Kramnik has to find a move.
40.Rd7?
Kramnik makes time control but this loses a knight straight away.
[40.Rc1 should lose in the long run too but the game would have continued.]
40...g5!
Levon Aronian
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Vladimir Kramnik
Position after 40...g5
Kramnik thought for some time here (15 minutes but most of it was trying to work out where he had gone wrong earlier) but there is no saving the position.
41.Ng6 Bd6 0-1
Aronian and Kramnik at the press conference.
Aronian and Kramnik at the press conference. Photo ©http://www.livestream.com/kramnikaronian
Aronian-Kramnik Match Zuerich
Kramnik, Vladimir-Aronian, Levon0-141D43Anti-Meran Gambit


Aronian-Kramnik Match Zuerich (SUI), 02-07 viii 2012
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Aronian, LevongARM28201.....1
Kramnik, VladimirgRUS28010.....0

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