Wednesday, June 29, 2011

So wins!


Round
: 07

White: GM So Wesley

Black: GM Laznicka Viktor

Date: Wed Jun 29 2011

1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Be7 4. cxd5 exd5 5. Bf4 c6 6. Qc2 Nf6 7. e3 Nh5 8. Be5 Nd7 9. Be2 Nxe5 10. dxe5 g6 11. Bxh5 gxh5 12. O-O-O f6 13. e4 d4 14. exf6 Bxf6 15. Nf3 Bg4 16. Ne2 Qa5 17. Kb1 c5 18. Nf4 O-O 19. h3 Bd7 20. Nxh5 Rae8 21. Nd2 Bh4 22. f4 c4 23. g4 d3 24. Qc1 b5 25. f5 Kh8 26. Nf3 Bd8 27. Qh6 Rf7 28. f6 Rg8 29. Ne5 Be6 30. Nf4 Rxf6 31. Nxe6 1-0

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5 comments:

  1. Sweet Revenge! GO Wes! Keep it UP!

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  2. So is soooo good with horses!

    Awesome game with a Queen sac and a horse mate!

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  3. A good win for So, but he almost let Laznicka off the hook with 30.Nf4? (30.Ng7! threatening Ng6++)

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  4. Go So!

    Well, here's two of my games. Don't know how good. In the first I noticed I'm already beginning to forget the closed Sicilian I'd read, though I took his Rb8 to mean he knew. Nf6 is welcome as a target though. Oh no, this was a lesser game, looking at it, the oppenent gave me a big advantage, I'll just post it and the other (sorry not pgn, I'm not sure these games are good enough to manually convert from the Yahoo format) The other game I encountered the trouble of playing against 1. f4 We played 4 games, and never I emerged very well from the opening. But here, for instance, seeing my position was not good, I stirred up trouble, and managed to get on the good side of things. Then I even managed a very pretty absolutely winning position with mostly even material, is that a bind:

    1. e2-e4 c7-c5
    2. b1-c3 e7-e6
    3. g2-g3 a7-a6
    4. f1-g2 d7-d6
    5. d2-d3 b8-c6
    6. f2-f4 f8-e7
    7. g1-f3 a8-b8
    8. o-o g8-f6
    9. h2-h3 h7-h6
    10. g1-h2 d8-c7
    11. c1-e3 b7-b6
    12. c3-e2 c8-b7
    13. g3-g4 e6-e5
    14. f4xe5 d6xe5
    15. g4-g5 f6-h7
    16. g5xh6 g7xh6
    17. e3xh6 h7-f6
    18. h6-g5 f6-h5
    19. d1-d2 c6-d4
    20. c2-c3 d4-e6
    21. g5xe7 e8xe7
    22. f3-g5 f7-f6
    23. g5xe6 e7xe6
    24. f1-f5 b8-g8
    25. g2-f3 h5-g7
    26. f3-g4 g7xf5
    27. g4xf5+ e6-d6
    28. a1-g1 g8-g7
    29. g1xg7 c7xg7
    30. d3-d4 e5xd4
    31. c3xd4 g7-h6
    32. d4xc5+ d6xc5
    33. d2-d4+ c5-c6
    34. d4-d7+ c6-c5
    35. d7xb7 h6-e3
    36. b7-d5+ c5-b4
    37. a2-a3+ b4-a4
    38. e2-c3+ e3xc3
    39. b2xc3 a4xa3
    40. d5-d6+ a3-b3
    41. d6xb6+ b3xc3
    42. b6xf6+ c3-d3
    43. f6xh8

    1. f2-f4 e7-e6
    2. g1-f3 d7-d5
    3. e2-e3 c7-c5
    4. b2-b3 b8-c6
    5. c1-b2 g8-f6
    6. a2-a3 f8-d6
    7. f1-d3 o-o
    8. o-o a7-a6
    9. f3-e5 f6-e4
    10. e5xc6 b7xc6
    11. d3xe4 d5xe4
    12. d1-g4 e6-e5
    13. g4-g3 f7-f6
    14. f4-f5 c5-c4
    15. b3-b4 c6-c5
    16. b4xc5 d6xc5
    17. b1-c3 d8xd2
    18. c3xe4 d2xe3+
    19. g3xe3 c5xe3+
    20. g1-h1 f8-d8
    21. b2-c3 c8-b7
    22. e4-g3 e3-d2
    23. c3-b2 c4-c3
    24. b2-c1 b7-c6
    25. h2-h3 c6-a4
    26. a1-a2 a8-b8
    27. g3-e2 b8-b1
    28. h1-g1 a4-b5
    29. c1xd2 b1xf1+
    30. g1xf1 c3xd2

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