´╗┐ English Opening - Game 2921

  
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N. Wilson, 2143
D. DiAlfonso, 2207

0-1

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Last move : 0-1     2007 September 2   11:52:55


[Event "FICGS__CHESS__CLASS_SM__000002"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2006.09.01"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Helmer,Janos"]
[Black "Utesch,Wolfgang"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo "2435"]
[BlackElo "2443"]

1.c4 e5 2.Nc3 Nf6 3.Nf3 Nc6 4.g3 d5 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.Bg2 Nb6 7.O-O Be7 8.a3 O-O 9.b4 Be6 10.d3 a5 11.b5 Nd4 12.Nd2 c6 13.bxc6 Nxc6 14.Rb1 a4 15.Bxc6 bxc6 16.Qc2 Qc7 17.Nce4 c5 18.Nf3 Rab8 19.Bb2 f6 20.Ned2 c4 21.d4 Rfc8 22.Rfc1 c3 23.Qxc3 Qxc3 24.Rxc3 e4 25.Rxc8+ Nxc8 26.Ne1 Ba2 27.Rc1 Rxb2 28.Rxc8+ Kf7 29.Nc2 Bxa3 30.Nxe4 Bf8 31.Ne3 a3 32.Ra8 Bb3 33.Ra7+ Kg6 34.Nc3 Bb4 35.Ncd5 Bd6 36.Nc3 a2 37.Kg2 h5 38.Ned5 f5 39.h4 Kh7 40.Nf6+ Kh6 41.Nfd5 Kg6 42.Ra6 Kf7 43.Ra7+ Ke6 44.Ne3 g6 45.Ra6 Kd7 46.Ned5 Rc2 47.e3 Kc8 48.Ra5 Kb7 49.Rb5+ Ka6 50.Rb6+ Ka7 51.Nb5+ Ka8 52.Ra6+ Kb7 53.Rb6+ Kc8 54.Nxd6+ Kd7 55.Rxb3 a1Q 56.Nc4 f4 57.Ne5+ Kc8 58.gxf4 Qe1 59.Nd3 Qe2 60.Nb6+ Kd8 61.Nd5 Qg4+ 62.Kh2 Qxh4+ 63.Kg2 Qg4+ 64.Kh2 Qd1 65.Rb8+ Rc8 66.Rxc8+ Kxc8 67.Ne7+ Kd8 68.Nc6+ Ke8 69.Nce5 Qf1 70.Kg3 Qg1+ 71.Kf3 h4 72.e4 h3 73.Ke3 h2 74.Nf3 Qg2 75.Nxh2 Qxh2 76.d5 Qh1 77.Ne5 Qe1+ 78.Kf3 Qc3+ 79.Kg4 Qd4 80.Nxg6 Qxe4 0-1



Comment by player 2 : Wolfgang Utesch :

79...Qd4 80.f3 (if 80.Kf3 g5 -+ or 80.Nxg6 Qxe4 Mate in 24!) 80...Qg1+ 81.Kh3 (if 81.Kh4 g5+ -+) 81...Qf2 82.d6 Kd8 83.d7 Kc7 -+

Rien ne va plus!

A fascinating black king's travel between move 39 and move 68: 19 moves (out of 30) around half of the board and back without any sense ľ seeming!

Beside a typical correspondence chess game:
1. Some small inaccuracies by white in late opening / early middlegame.
2. A nice novelty in opening by black (18...Rab8!?)
3. A sudden push by black to become manifest advantage (20...c4!).
4. Problems by black with too broad corridor of draw.
5. Long-winded and complicated manouevres by black to find out the right way.

Are there any suggestions for a better way of win for black?

Or ľ is there any way of draw for white (after move 20)? Was found the best continuation by white after black's stunning move 56...f4!? ?

What is about 57.e4! ?





  ECO code : A22 , the name of the chess opening is displayed below :

English Opening


Kingside Castling by player White (move 7)

Kingside Castling by player Black (move 8)

Promotion Queen by player Black (move 55)

10 pieces endgame at move 75 : White KNNPPPP , Black KQP

WHITE : King + 2 Knights 4 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Queen 1 Pawn

9 pieces endgame at move 75 : White KNPPPP , Black KQP

WHITE : King + 1 Knight 4 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Queen 1 Pawn

8 pieces endgame at move 80 : White KNPPPP , Black KQ

WHITE : King + 1 Knight 4 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Queen

7 pieces endgame at move 80 : White KNPPP , Black KQ

WHITE : King + 1 Knight 3 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Queen


Player Black won this chess game.






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