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Old June 4th 04, 05:54 AM
Don Corleone
 
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Default Anyone can help me analizing this game?

My brother is not very strong but he wants to improve. He plays black here.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. ;Título: Yahoo! Ajedrez
;Blancas: camaronmayo
;Negras: iggomi
;Fecha: Fri Jun 04 04:43:55 GMT 2004

1. d2-d4 g8-f6
2. c2-c4 e7-e6
3. b1-c3 c7-c5
4. e2-e3 b8-c6
5. g1-f3 d7-d5
6. c4xd5 f6xd5
7. f1-b5 f8-e7
8. o-o o-o
9. a2-a3 c5xd4
10. f3xd4 c6xd4
11. e3xd4 e7-f6
12. c1-e3 a7-a6
13. b5-c4 d5-b6
14. c4-e2 c8-d7
15. d1-b3 d7-c6
16. a1-c1 b6-d5
17. e2-c4 d5-b6
18. c4-d3 c6-d5
19. b3-d1 d8-d7
20. d1-h5 g7-g6
21. h5-g4 f6-g7
22. h2-h4 h7-h5
23. g4-g3 a8-c8
24. c3xd5 d7xd5
25. g3-g5 e6-e5
26. d3-e2 e5xd4
27. c1-d1 d5xg5
28. e3xg5 c8-c2
29. d1-d2 f8-c8
30. e2-d3 c2xd2
31. g5xd2 f7-f5
32. f1-e1 g8-f7
33. d2-b4 b6-d5
34. b4-d6 b7-b5
35. d3-b1 c8-c6
36. d6-b8 c6-e6
37. e1-d1 e6-e2
38. b1-a2 f7-e6
39. b8-a7 e2xb2
40. a2xd5+ e6xd5
41. d1-c1 d4-d3
42. c1-c5+ d5-d6
43. c5-c8 d3-d2
44. c8-d8+ d6-e7
45. d8-d3


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Old June 4th 04, 04:01 PM
Toni Lassila
 
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On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 00:54:16 -0400, "Don Corleone"
wrote:

My brother is not very strong but he wants to improve. He plays black here.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. ;Título: Yahoo! Ajedrez


First of all you to convert it to pgn notation yourself if you expect
anyone to help you.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.
Bc4 Nb6 14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5
19. Qd1 Qd7 20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5
Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5 26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8
30. Bd3 Rxd2 31. Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5 34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1
Rc6 36. Bb8 Re6 37. Rd1 Re2 38. Ba2 Ke6 39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5
41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+ Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

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Old June 4th 04, 04:07 PM
Don Corleone
 
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I'm sorry I didn't realize that. I fact that's the way Yahoo store games.

Thank you very much for your work pal.

Now, thanks to Toni, this is the game now in pgn:

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.
Bc4 Nb6 14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5
19. Qd1 Qd7 20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5
Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5 26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8
30. Bd3 Rxd2 31. Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5 34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1
Rc6 36. Bb8 Re6 37. Rd1 Re2 38. Ba2 Ke6 39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5
41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+ Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

"Toni Lassila" wrote in message
...
On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 00:54:16 -0400, "Don Corleone"
wrote:

My brother is not very strong but he wants to improve. He plays black

here.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. ;Título: Yahoo! Ajedrez


First of all you to convert it to pgn notation yourself if you expect
anyone to help you.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.
Bc4 Nb6 14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5
19. Qd1 Qd7 20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5
Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5 26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8
30. Bd3 Rxd2 31. Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5 34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1
Rc6 36. Bb8 Re6 37. Rd1 Re2 38. Ba2 Ke6 39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5
41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+ Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

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Old June 4th 04, 09:55 PM
Antonio Torrecillas
 
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En/na Don Corleone ha escrit:
My brother is not very strong but he wants to improve. He plays black here.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. ;Título: Yahoo! Ajedrez
;Blancas: camaronmayo
;Negras: iggomi
;Fecha: Fri Jun 04 04:43:55 GMT 2004


1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5 Be7
8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.Bc4 Nb6
14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5 19. Qd1 Qd7
20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5 Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5
26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8 30. Bd3 Rxd2
31.Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5 34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1 Rc6 36. Bb8 Re6
37. Rd1 Re2 38. Ba2 Ke6 39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5 41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+
Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

- Black seems to know some ideas about how to manage isolani positions.
That kind of position is very hard to manage.

- Black had some tactical mistakes: The most important is to allow a pin
in a won position 37...Nb6 is winning for black and after 37...Re2
38.Ba2 Ke6 39.Kf1! Rd4 40.f3 black rook has not good squares.

In that game white was clearly strategically disoriented in managing
that pawn structure and tactically weak not taking advatage from the
inacuracies played by black. Maybe the most important advice is to try
to play stronger opposition, to post here games where he loses, .. and
naturally to analyze himself his games.

AT

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Old June 4th 04, 10:17 PM
Mike Ogush
 
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On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 11:07:45 -0400, "Don Corleone"
wrote:

I'm sorry I didn't realize that. I fact that's the way Yahoo store games.

Thank you very much for your work pal.

Now, thanks to Toni, this is the game now in pgn:

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.
Bc4 Nb6 14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5


This was a minor mistake in that White could get an advantage via
19.Nxd5 exd5 (19...Nxd5 20.Qxb7 +/- White has won a pawn) 20.Qc2 h6
(20...Rc8 21.Bxh7+ Kh8 22.Qf5 Rxc1 23.Rxc1 g6 24.Qh3 +/- White will
hold the extra pawn) 21.Qc7 Qxc7 (21...Rb8 22.Qg3 and white has strong
initiative on the kingside) 22.Rxc7 White is slightly better due to
bishop pair and the more active rook)

Better was 18...Nxd4 19.Rfd1 e5 when Black is temporarily up a pawn.
In order to get back the pawn White will have to allow trading of more
material, e.g. 20.Be4 Rc8 21.Bf5 Rb8 22.Bxd4 exd4 23.Ne2 Qg5 24.Bh3
Nd5 25.Nxd4 Rfd8=

19. Qd1 Qd7 20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5
Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5 26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8
30. Bd3 Rxd2 31. Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5


It is generally not a good idea to put undefended pieces on the same
diagonal as the king. This move gives White an object to fovus on and
by redeplying the linght-squared bishop White gets counterplay.

Better was 33...Bf8 which results in either a pair of bishops being
traded or White retreating the bishop and reducing the pressure on
Black's king.
34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1
Rc6


Better was 35...Nb6 and if 36.Ba2+ Nc4

36. Bb8 Re6 37. Rd1 Re2


Throws away the advantage better was 36...Nb6 37.Ba2 Nc4 if the knight
is going to be pinned at least it can be protected.

38. Ba2 Ke6


Here White missed a counter chance with 39.Kf1 Re4 (or 39...Rxb2
40.Re1+ Kd7 41.Bxd5 and Black has insufficient compensation for the
material deficit.) 40.f3 Rxh4 41.Kf2 with an eventual Re1+ and
winning the Nd5. Once White missed this last shot he is lost.

39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5
41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+ Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

"Toni Lassila" wrote in message
.. .
On Fri, 4 Jun 2004 00:54:16 -0400, "Don Corleone"
wrote:

My brother is not very strong but he wants to improve. He plays black

here.
Any help will be appreciated. Thanks in advance. ;Título: Yahoo! Ajedrez


First of all you to convert it to pgn notation yourself if you expect
anyone to help you.

1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 c5 4. e3 Nc6 5. Nf3 d5 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bb5
Be7 8. O-O O-O 9. a3 cxd4 10. Nxd4 Nxd4 11. exd4 Bf6 12. Be3 a6 13.
Bc4 Nb6 14. Be2 Bd7 15. Qb3 Bc6 16. Rac1 Nd5 17. Bc4 Nb6 18. Bd3 Bd5
19. Qd1 Qd7 20. Qh5 g6 21. Qg4 Bg7 22. h4 h5 23. Qg3 Rac8 24. Nxd5
Qxd5 25. Qg5 e5 26. Be2 exd4 27. Rcd1 Qxg5 28. Bxg5 Rc2 29. Rd2 Rfc8
30. Bd3 Rxd2 31. Bxd2 f5 32. Re1 Kf7 33. Bb4 Nd5 34. Bd6 b5 35. Bb1
Rc6 36. Bb8 Re6 37. Rd1 Re2 38. Ba2 Ke6 39. Ba7 Rxb2 40. Bxd5+ Kxd5
41. Rc1 d3 42. Rc5+ Kd6 43. Rc8 d2 44. Rd8+ Ke7 45. Rd3 0-1

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Old June 4th 04, 10:22 PM
Antonio Torrecillas
 
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En/na Antonio Torrecillas ha escrit:

- Black seems to know some ideas about how to manage isolani positions.
That kind of position is very hard to manage.

- Black had some tactical mistakes: The most important is to allow a pin
in a won position 37...Nb6 is winning for black and after 37...Re2
38.Ba2 Ke6 39.Kf1! Rd4 40.f3 black rook has not good squares.


Sorry, ... I mean 38.Ba2 Ke6 39.Kf1! Re4 40.f3

In that game white was clearly strategically disoriented in managing
that pawn structure and tactically weak not taking advatage from the
inacuracies played by black. Maybe the most important advice is to try
to play stronger opposition, to post here games where he loses, .. and
naturally to analyze himself his games.

AT


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