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ANNOTATED GAME FROM K-8 NATIONALS

 

(92) Jimmy ,Akintode, Jimmy - Gabriel,Tkach [C06]

US National K8, 04.11.2010

C06: French Tarrasch: 3...Nf6 4 e5 Nfd7 5 Bd3 main linesC06:

Annotate by FIDE Instructor FM Aung Zin

 

Jimmy Akintonde is a student from St Sabina School. His coach is FM Zin from Renaissance Knight. Jimmy won 5th place in US national K8 tournament and the following game shows Jimmy's positional style rarely seen at the K-8 level.

 

 1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nd2 Nf6 4.e5 Nfd7 5.Bd3 c5 6.c3 Nc6 7.Ne2 Qb6 8.Nf3 cxd4 9.cxd4 f6 10.exf6 Nxf6 11.0–0 Bd6

This position is same as the game between Rubelski- Shaked Tal

( World champion ship KO, 1997). The game was drawn after 107th move.

 

 12.Ng3 0–0 13.a3

 13. Re1 to control e5 square. [13.b3 e5 14.dxe5 Nxe5 15.Be2 Nxf3+ 16.Bxf3 Be5 17.Rb1 Rd8 18.Bg5 d4 19.Re1 Bxg3 20.hxg3 Bf5 21.Rb2 Rd7 22.Bxf6 Qxf6 23.Be4 d3 24.Rd2 Bxe4 25.Rxe4 Rad8 26.Re3 Qc3 27.Qe1 Qf6 Plat,V (2332)-Sebenik,M (2502)/Olbia 2008 ½–½ (41) 28.Qc1 Qd4 29.Kf1 h6 30.Qe1 Qb4 31.Re8+ Kh7 32.Qe4+ Qxe4 33.Rxe4 Rc8 34.Re1 Rc2 35.Red1 Rdc7 36.f3 b5 37.Kf2 R7c3 38.Ke3 b4 39.g4 a5 40.g3 Kg6 41.Ke4 ½–½ Plat,V (2332)-Sebenik,M (2502)/Olbia 2008.

 

13...a5N [13...Bd7 14.Bc2 e5 15.dxe5 Nxe5 16.Nxe5 Bxe5 17.Bg5 Bc6 18.Bxf6 Bxf6 19.Qg4 Qxb2 20.Rac1 Qd4 21.Qe6+ Kh8 22.Rfd1 Rae8 23.Qh3 Qh4 24.Qxh4 Bxh4 25.Nf5 Bg5 26.Rb1 Re2 27.Bd3 Ra2 28.Ra1 Luft,D (1975)-Hummel,D (1973)/Arendsee 2008 0–1

 28...Rxa1 29.Rxa1 g6 30.Nd6 Be7 31.Nb5 Bc5 32.Ra2 Re8 33.Kf1 Re7 34.a4 a6 35.Nc3 Kg7 36.Re2 Kf6 37.f3 Bd4 38.Rxe7 Kxe7 39.Ne2 Bf6 40.Bc2 Kd6 41.Nf4 Ke5 42.g3 Kd4 43.Ke1 Luft,D (1975)-Hummel,D (1973)/Arendsee 2008

0–1  ‹13...Nxd4 14.Nxd4 Bxg3 15.hxg3±]

 

14.Rb1

14 Re1 is better.

14...e5! [14...Nxd4 15.Nxd4 Bxg3 16.hxg3+-]

 

15.dxe5 Nxe5 16.Be3 Nxf3+ 17.Qxf3 d4 18.Bg5 Black is better, but white can try to attack isolated d pawn. [18.Bd2 Be6=]

 

18...Bg4 19.Bc4+ Only move to save the queen.

 

19...Kh8 20.Qd3 Nd7 21.Qe4 Ne5 22.Bd5 [22.Bd3 Nxd3 23.Qxg4 h6 (‹23...Nxb2 24.Bc1±) ]

 

22...Rae8 23.Qc2 Rc8 [23...Qb5 24.Qb3 Qxb3 25.Bxb3΅] 24.Qb3!? White needs to trade the queens. After trading queens, Black d pawn becomes weaker. 24...Qxb3 25.Bxb3 Nc4 26.Bxc4 Rxc4 27.Ne4 Bf4? Be5 is better to keep Bishop pair. [27...Be5 28.Rbc1 Rxc1 29.Rxc1] 28.Bxf4 Rxf4 29.f3 Bd7 [29...Bf5 30.Rbd1 Bxe4 31.fxe4 Rxf1+ 32.Kxf1]

 

30.Rbc1 [30.b3 Rc2 31.Rfd1 Kg8±] 30...Rxc1 [30...Be6 31.Nd6 Rxc1 32.Rxc1±] 31.Rxc1± Black isolated d pawn is weaker now. 31...Bc6 32.Rd1!  Good move, black cannot save the pawn.

 

32...Bxe4 33.Rxd4 g6 34.Rxe4 White tried to trade rooks for the better pawn endgame. 34...Rf7 35.Kf2 Kg7 36.Re6! Good move!. 36...Kh6? [36...b5 37.Rb6 Rf5 38.Rb7+ Kg8 39.b4 axb4 40.axb4+-] 37.Rb6!+- Rc7 38.g4 Kg3 is also playable. 38...Kg5 39.Kg3 h5 [39...Kh6 40.Rb5+-]

 

40.h4+ (40.f4 kh6 41.gh5 Kh5 42.Rb5 Kh6 43 Ra5) [40.f4+ Kh6+-]

 

40...Kh6 41.g5+ Kg7 42.Rb5 a4 43.Rb4 Kf7 Black cannot save the pawn. 44.Rxa4 Ke6 45.Rb4 Kf5 [45...Kf7 46.f4+-] 46.Rb6 Rf7?? [46...Rg7 47.Rb5+ Ke6 48.f4+-] 47.a4?! (47Rf6 Rf6 48. Kf6 Kf4 Winning end game for white.) [Ή47.Rf6+ Rxf6 48.gxf6 Ke6+-]

 

47...Rg7 48.b4 Ke5 49.a5 Kd5 50.Kf4 Rf7+ 51.Rf6 Rg7 52.Ke3 Kc4 53.Rf4+ [53.Rb6!? Kd5+-]

 

53...Kb5 54.Rd4 Re7+ 55.Kf4 Rf7+ 56.Ke4 Re7+ 57.Kd5 Rd7+ [57...Re3 58.f4 Re8+-] 58.Ke5 Rxd4 [58...Rc7+-] 59.Kxd4

 

59........Kb4 60.f4 Ka5 61. f5 and win.59..........Kc6 60.Ke5 and win. 1–0

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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