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Re: Any thoughts about this game
Reply #4 - 06/01/10 at 09:19:00
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bragesjo wrote on 06/01/10 at 08:19:43:
Ufuk wrote on 06/01/10 at 00:09:34:
bragesjo wrote on 05/19/10 at 15:12:53:
I noticed the following game from the current US championship. I thought that the resulting endgame between Shankland - Robson was simply good for white becouse of better structure. Black made an interesting exchange sac, computer favors white and game becomes a draw (like GM Thomas Ernst used to say something like : Ahh the Dragon,it is always a draw)


I don´t understand your analyse. What is Re1 for a move after Qc7 ??? Is it your own idea or your comp say it?!


Sorry, I made an comparions to show that Re1 is impossible if Qc7 at once.


You know the game Grischuk - Motylev or Ivanchuck - Carlsen? They played Bc4. Black can get only draw in this lines
  
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Re: Any thoughts about this game
Reply #3 - 06/01/10 at 08:19:43
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Ufuk wrote on 06/01/10 at 00:09:34:
bragesjo wrote on 05/19/10 at 15:12:53:
I noticed the following game from the current US championship. I thought that the resulting endgame between Shankland - Robson was simply good for white becouse of better structure. Black made an interesting exchange sac, computer favors white and game becomes a draw (like GM Thomas Ernst used to say something like : Ahh the Dragon,it is always a draw)


I don´t understand your analyse. What is Re1 for a move after Qc7 ??? Is it your own idea or your comp say it?!


Sorry, I made an comparions to show that Re1 is impossible if Qc7 at once.
  
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Re: Any thoughts about this game
Reply #2 - 06/01/10 at 00:09:34
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bragesjo wrote on 05/19/10 at 15:12:53:
I noticed the following game from the current US championship. I thought that the resulting endgame between Shankland - Robson was simply good for white becouse of better structure. Black made an interesting exchange sac, computer favors white and game becomes a draw (like GM Thomas Ernst used to say something like : Ahh the Dragon,it is always a draw)


I don´t understand your analyse. What is Re1 for a move after Qc7 ??? Is it your own idea or your comp say it?!
  
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Re: Any thoughts about this game
Reply #1 - 05/31/10 at 09:49:08
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Discovered this game today. Shure it is only rapid but both players are strong. Black plays Carlsens Qc7 at once instead of Qa5 b3 Qc7. White finds a novelty, computer calls is pretty equal, black makes a mistake (could have forced a draw at various postions) and white gets a strong attack and wins.
  

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Any thoughts about this game
05/19/10 at 15:12:53
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I noticed the following game from the current US championship. I thought that the resulting endgame between Shankland - Robson was simply good for white becouse of better structure. Black made an interesting exchange sac, computer favors white and game becomes a draw (like GM Thomas Ernst used to say something like : Ahh the Dragon,it is always a draw)
  

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