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13...Qa5 14.d6 Ra7 15.Bg5 [15.Bf4 Rd7 16.Rd2 Bxc3 17.Rd3 exd6 18.Rxd6 Qd8 19.Rxd7 Qxd7 20.Qc2 Bd4 ... 1/2–1/2, Dabija, Mircea - Bucsa, Ioan, 6th Romanian Internet Championship Final, 2010]

2012 MayÄąs Cilt 3, SayÄą 17

15...exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7 17.Qxc6 Qc7 18.Qxc7 Rxc7 19.Bf4 Rb7 20.Rc2 0-0 21.Bd6 Re8 22.Nd2 f5 23.f3 fxe4 [23...Bd7 !? 24.Re1 Ba4 25.Ra2 Bxc3 26.Rxa4 Bxd2 27.Re2 fxe4 28.fxe4 Bc3 29.Bxc5 a5 Houdini Aquarium (0:08:51) – 0.15|d27]

Sorumlu EditĂśr/YayÄąncÄą: Dr Harun Taner

WCh r 1 Anand,Viswanathan (2799) − Gelfand,Boris (2739) [D85]

24.Nxe4 Bf5 [Diagram

WCh Moscow (1), 12.05.2012 [H2Aq,Taner,Harun]

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1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb5+ Nc6 9.d5 Qa5 10.Rb1 a6 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.0-0 Qxa2 [Diagram

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] [24...Bf5 25.Re1 Bxe4 26.fxe4 Rb3 27.e5 a5 28.Re4 c4 29.Kf2 Rc8 30.e6 Bxc3 31.e7 Kf7 32.Rf4+ Bf6 33.Be5 Rb6 34.Bd4 g5 35.Rxf6+ Rxf6+ 36.Bxf6 Kxf6 37.Rxc4 Ra8 38.Rc7 Re8 39.Ra7 Rxe7 40.Rxa5 Re6 41.Kf3 Rb6 42.Ra7 h5 43.Ke4 Ke6 44.Ra4 Houdini Aquarium (0:00:34) –0.02|d23]

] 13.Rb2 [N]

½-½

[13.Be3 cxd5 14.exd5 0–0 15.Bxc5 Rd8 16.Bxe7 Rxd5 17.Nd4 Bd7 1/2–1/2, Niederwieser Peter (AUT) - Kratschmer Heinz (AUT), Bundesliga B Mitte 2006/07, 2006]

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30.Kg2 Kh7 31.Bd2 Kg6 32.Kg3 Rd8 33.Be3 Rd3 34.Kg2 f6 Big Rabbit,R (2759)-JohnMaximus,R (2735) 3m + 0s, rated 2007 ½â€“½ (40)]

[D85: Exchange GrĂźnfeld: Unusual White 7th moves and lines with 7 Nf3] 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb5+ Nc6 9.d5 Qa5 10.Rb1 a6 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.0-0 Qxa2 13.Rb2 Qa5 14.d6 Ra7 15.Bg5 exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7 17.Qxc6 Qc7 18.Qxc7 Rxc7 19.Bf4 [19.e5 0–0 20.Re1 Rb7 21.Ra2 Rb3 22.c4 Rb4 23.Nd2 Re8 24.Ra5 h6 25.Bf4 g5 26.Bg3 f5 27.f4 Bf8 28.Bf2 Rd8 29.Be3 gxf4 30.Bxf4 Kf7 31.Ra3 Rb6 32.Rb3 Rxb3 33.Nxb3 Be6 Level7,R (2923)-Vousatej,R (2731) 3m + 0s, rated 2008 ½â€“½ (37)]

20...0-0 21.Bd6 [White threatens to win material: Bd6xf8] 21...Re8 [Black threatens to win material: Re8xe4] 22.Nd2 f5 23.f3 [23.Bxc5 fxe4 24.Nc4 Rc7=] 23...fxe4 [23...Bd7 24.Rfc1Âł] 24.Nxe4= Bf5 [Diagram

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19...Rb7 [Diagram

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] ½-½ Black threatens to win material: Rb7xb2]

Anand,Viswanathan (2791) − Gelfand,Boris (2727) [D85]

20.Rc2N [20.Ra2 0–0 21.e5 Rb3 22.Rc1 Re8 (22...Rd8 23.Rd2 Re8 24.Rd5 Bf8 25.Nd2 Be6 26.Nxb3 Bxd5 27.c4 Be4 28.f3 Bf5 29.Kf2 Rb8 30.Nd2 Rb6 31.Ra1 f6 32.exf6 Rxf6 33.Be3 Rc6 34.Ke2 Kf7 35.g4 Be6 36.Ra4 Ke7 37.Ne4 RudiSinnlos,R (2750)-FormulaOpen,R (2745) 3m + 0s, rated 2008 ½â€“½ (114)) 23.Raa1 Rb5 24.c4 Rb6 25.Ra5 Rc6 26.h3 Be6 27.Kh2 h6 28.Be3 Rec8 29.g4 g5

WCh Moscow (1), 11.05.2012 [Naiditsch,Arkadij,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 [as it was expected V. Anand starts the match with 1.d4 - just as he did in the previous two WCC matches against Kramnik and Topalov - no reason to change the winning move!] 1045


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Gelfand's opening choice has not surprised him at all. Black has two options to solve the problem of the pin.]

1...Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 [What a surprise! Gelfand goes for the Gruenfeld, an opening, what he never tried in his life before! For a while probably Anand thought, that Gelfand is going to play Kings-Indian, in which Vishy lost his last game against Nakamura from almost a winning position.]

[9.0–0 is the standard 9...cxd4 10.cxd4 0–0 11.Be3 Bg4 12.Bxc6 bxc6 leads to really drawish lines.] 9...Qa5 [9...a6!? is the other main move in this position, and it is not easy to see a clear plan for White of getting anythinghere 10.Be2!? the only chance (on 10.Ba4 b5 11.dxc6 bxa4 and only Black can be better.) 10...Bxc3+ 11.Bd2 Bxa1 12.Qxa1 Nd4 13.Nxd4 cxd4 14.Qxd4 so far everything was more or less forced. It looks like White is just an exchange down, but in fact probably White can develope some initiative 14...0–0 15.0–0 (15.Bh6 greedyness leads to nowhere 15...Qa5+! 16.Kf1 f6! 17.Bxf8 Kxf8 18.Qb2 Bd7! White's rook is out of the game, while Black's one is coming dangerously to c8. Black is better.) 15...f6 16.Bc4! b5 17.Bb3 Kg7 18.e5 with a very complicated position. Could it be Anand's idea on 9...a6 ?! I guess we will never know.; 9...Bxc3+?? is not an alternative 10.Bd2 Bxa1 11.Qxa1¹ with doubleattack.]

4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 [we are in one of the basic positions, where White can choose between many setups. 8.Rb1 or 8.Be3 is considered to be the main move.] 8.Bb5+!? [We can see this move much more rarely, but still of course almost thousand games in the database. Anand decides to avoid the mainlines in the first game, to check how Gelfand is prepared against the less known ideas.] 8...Nc6 [8...Bd7 and 8...Nd7 are alternatives, but theory considers the textmove to be the best way to equality.] 9.d5! [Diagram

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10.Rb1! [Diagram

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a good move! Protects the bishop and leaves from the Qxc3 threat.] 10...a6 [Strong move! Gelfand already spent some time, but probably only on recalling his analysis.] [10...Bxc3+ 11.Bd2 (11.Ke2?! looks spectacular, but it is a bad move 11...a6 12.Ba4 b5 13.dxc6 Be6! a great move by Black! Using the unfortunate situation of the White King and Queen 14.Bb3 c4 15.Bc2 Rd8! followed by Qxa2 with a winning position for Black) 11...a6 12.Bxc6+ bxc6 13.dxc6² and it seems, White can hope for an advantage.]

Not an easy move to make!] [On the obvious 13...Qc4 14.d6! Qe6 (14...Ra7 15.Bg5! f6 (15...exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7 17.Qxc6 and Black does not have 17...Qc7 like in the game. 17...0-0 18.Rb8+-) 16.Be3 Rd7 17.Nd2 Qxc3 18.Rc2 Qd3 19.dxe7² is really unpleasant.) 15.Rd2! would give White a very dangerous initiative 15...0–0? loses to (15...Ra7 16.Ba3!) 16.d7!]

11.Bxc6+ [11.Ba4 is not working 11...Bxc3+ 12.Bd2 Bxd2+! and White can not take with the usual Qxd2, because the bishop on a4 is hanging 13.Nxd2 b5 14.dxc6 bxa4 and only Black can be better.] 11...bxc6 12.0-0! [White king escaped from the dangerzone, while the Black one is still in the center.]

14.d6 [Only this way, White can try to squeeze out something from the opening, but Gelfand reacts precisely!]

12...Qxa2! [this move is looking extremely dangerous, but probably the only way to stay in the game. Black wastes some tempi on collecting a pawn with the hope, that White will be unable to use the unsafe position of his king.]

[14.dxc6 0–0 would lead to an equal position.] 14...Ra7! [This cold-blooded probably solves all problems!]

[12...0–0 13.dxc6 is clearly better for White]

move

[14...Qd8? looks logical, but it is bad 15.Bf4! White keeps the Black king in the center and organizes a very dangerous attack! 15...Bxc3 16.Rb1! exd6 (16...0-0 17.dxe7 Qxe7 18.Bd60) 17.Bxd6‚]

13.Rb2 Qa5! [Diagram

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that White got no real chances here. Blacks bishop pair always guarantee him enough counterplay.]

move he made lead to easy equality...] [The last try to play for advantage could have been 15.Bf4! but after 15...Rd7! (15...0–0 is a mistake, because of 16.Ne5! Attacking the c6 pawn forces Black to give up his "Gruenfeld bishop" (16.dxe7 Rxe7 17.Bd6 Rd7) 16...Bxe5 (16...exd6 17.Nxc6 Qxc3 18.Rc20) 17.Bxe5 Re8 18.Rd2! Lacking of the g7 bishop gives good attacking chances for White 18...exd6 19.Bf6! White controls the long diagonal.) 16.Rd2 exd6 17.Rxd6 (17.Bxd6 Bxc3 18.Rc2 (18.Rd3 c4!) 18...Bf6 19.e5 Be7 followed by 0–0.) 17...Qd8! 18.Rxd7 Qxd7 19.Bd6 Bf6! followed by Be7 and 0–0 seems to hold, but anyway, this was what White should have tried.; 15.Rb8 just helps Black 15...0–0]

19.Bf4 Rb7 20.Rc2 [White goes to passivity...] [20.Ra2 was preferable, which leads to complete equality 20...0–0 21.Rxa6 Bxc3=] [20...Ke7?! In endgames, 20...0-0! generally it is good to keep the king in the center, but here it moves into the conrete 21.Bg5+! f6 22.Be3 and White is maybe slightly better.] 21.Bd6 Re8 [Due to the strong bishop pair and the dangerous passed a-pawn, it is already White who has to be careful to secure the draw!]

15...exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7 [White can not stop Black from castling anymore, which means Black is fine!]

22.Nd2 f5 [22...Bd7!? would have been an interesting alternative 23.Rfc1 (23.Bxc5 Rc8 24.Be3 Rxc3 25.Rxc3 Bxc31) 23...a5 (23...Rc8 24.e5 White should be able to hold.) 24.Bxc5 a4 Probably Gelfand would have played like this, if he had to win at any cost.]

17.Qxc6 Qc7! [Diagram

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23.f3 [23.Bxc5 maybe this would have been a bit more exact 23...Rc7 24.Bb4 fxe4 25.Re1 Bf5 26.Ra2 Re6 27.Ra3 h5 28.Nf1! with an equal position] 23...fxe4 [It is a kind of draw offer.] [However 23...Bd7! could have cause some unpleasent moment for the World Champion right in the first game. 24.Rfc1!? Very difficult move to find, but the best chance! (24.Bxc5 Rc8 25.Be3 Bxc3 26.Rfc1 Rbc71; 24.Ra1 Bb5! 25.Bxc5 Bd3 26.Rcc1 Rb2∓) 24...Bb5 25.Bxc5

This important defensive move was the point of the 13...Qa5 retreat!] 18.Qxc7 Rxc7 [and we reached an endgame after only 18 moves. It is clear, 1048


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Bd3 26.Ra2 Rc8 27.Be3 Bxc3 28.exf5 gxf5 29.g3! to prevent the f4 threat. White should hold the draw.; After 23...Re6 a forced line is coming with 24.Bxc5 Rc6 25.Be3 Rxc3 26.Rxc3 Bxc3 27.Rc1 Rc7 28.exf5 Bxf5 29.Kf2 with a minimal plus for Black, but of course, it should be draw.]

TMB or Lasker. 6. Sometimes goes for Benoni, which he knows well from his junior years.] 4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb5+ [A side-system.] 8...Nc6 [Diagram

24.Nxe4 Bf5 [Gelfand went simplification and agreed to draw.]

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Anand,Viswanathan (2791) − Gelfand,Boris (2727) [D85] WCh Moscow (1), 11.05.2012 [Golubev,Mikhail,Taner,Harun] 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 [Diagram

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] 9.d5!? [Most often, White plays 9.0–0] 9...Qa5 10.Rb1 a6 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.0-0 Qxa2 [Diagram

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] 3...d5 [Gelfand, as it seems, had never played The Gruenfled before. Alex Baburin points out that Gelfand's "Black" repertoire in the closed openings normally includes: 1. Semi-Slav - after usually goes for the Moscow (...h6), but sometimes plays ...Qa5. 2. Slav - sometimes. 3. Nimzo + Queen's Indian. 4. Sometimes after 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nc3 d5 4.Nc3 he goes for 4...dxc4. 5. QGD - rarely and mostly recently - goes for

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in special databases.] [13.Be3 was Austria 2006.]

18.Qxc7 Rxc7 19.Bf4 [There are two computer games with 19.e5 0–0³]

Niederwieser-Kratschmer,

19...Rb7 [Diagram 13...Qa5! [After 13...Qc4 14.d6!Ć’ stronger than in the game.]

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is

14.d6!? Ra7 [Diagram

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] 20.Rc2N [20.Ra2!? (which is a more human move at first glance) had occurred in RudiSinnlos, Rybka 2.3.2a vs Formula_Open, Rybka 2.3.2a, 3+0 rated blitz 2008.]

] 15.Bg5 [Quite critical was 15.Bf4!Š , discussed, in particular, by Susan Polgar on Twitter during the game.]

20...0-0 21.Bd6 [Diagram

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f5

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15...exd6! 16.Qxd6 Rd7! 17.Qxc6 Qc7 [Diagram

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Black is slightly better because he has the pair of bishops and the position is quite open.]

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4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 [5.Bg5; 5.Qb3 are trendy but the Exchange Variation remains the main battleground]

23.f3 fxe4?! [Gelfand made not the most critical move.]

5...Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb5+ [A surprise because it's thought to be fairly harmless although Vishy has played it before. I guess the Gruenfeld might be a slight surprise so Vishy playing it safe]

[Preferable could have been 23...Bd7!?Âł] 24.Nxe4 Bf5 [Diagram

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[8.Be3; 8.Rb1 continuations]

Are

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8...Nc6 9.d5 [A real surprise] [9.0–0 cxd4 10.cxd4 0–0 11.Be3 Bg4 12.Bxc6 bxc6 13.Rc1 Qa5 Is standard and is sometimes a GM drawing line 14.Rxc6 Qxa2 15.Rc7 Qe6 16.h3 Qd6 17.Rc5 Bxf3 18.Qxf3 e6 19.e5 Amber Rapid 1999 was an edge for White. Black's bishop is blocked out and the 'a' pawn potentially weak rather than passed; 9.0–0 0–0 10.d5 Qa5 11.Rb1 Pein - Forintos Manchester 1982 Black won]

Now, it's almost totally equal. There are no Sofia rules at the world championship, and the draw was agreed. I would never blame players who are following existing rules, but organisation/system of the competition is a very big problem. Such games are not attractive products.]

9...Qa5 [9...a6 10.Be2 Bxc3+ 11.Bd2 Bxa1 12.Qxa1 Nd4 13.Nxd4 cxd4 14.Qxd4 f6 15.h4 0–0 16.f4 (16.h5 g5 17.h6 Bd7 18.Bxg5; 16.h5 Rf7?! 17.hxg6 hxg6 18.e5) 16...h5 17.0–0 Bg4 18.Bc4 Rc8 19.Bb3 Kh7 1/2–1/2 Gustafsson,J (2634)Vachier Lagrave,M (2716)/Germany 2008/CBM 127 Extra]

½-½

Anand,Viswanathan (2791) − Gelfand,Boris (2727) [D85] WCh Moscow (1), 11.05.2012 [Pein,Malcolm,Taner,Harun]

10.Rb1 a6 [10...Bxc3+ 11.Bd2 a6 12.Ba4 b5 13.dxc6 bxa4 Seems playable]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 [A slight surprise and very combative. Anand played the Gruenfeld in game one against Topalov in 2010 and was crushed after he forgot his preparation]

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only for Black]

[There seems nothing wrong with the immediate 17...0–0]

12...Qxa2 13.Rb2 [Sergey Karjakin said that he thought there were a number of alternatives here. 13.Bg5 and 13. Bf4 needed looking at. The commentators speculated that Anand had forgotten his preparation here. [MC]]

18.Qxc7 Rxc7 19.Bf4 Rb7 20.Rc2 0-0 [20...Rb3 21.Be3] 21.Bd6 Re8 22.Nd2 [22.e5 Bf5] 22...f5 [if Boris wanted to play on then perhaps 22...Bd7!? and if 23.Bxc5 Rc8 24.Bd6 Rxc3 is good for Black; 22...Bd7 23.Ra1 f5; 22...Bd7 "Isn't this rather unpleasant for your opponent?" - Nigel Short question to Boris Gelfand. 23.Rfc1 "Of course it's [22...Bd7] a critical test but after Rfc1 I couldn't find any good idea." Gelfand. 23...Bb5 (23...Bg4 24.Kf1; 23...Bc6 24.Bxc5 Bxe4 25.Ra2) 24.c4 were all lines given by Gelfand afterwards as not leading to anything.]

13...Qa5 14.d6 Ra7! [Diagram

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23.f3 fxe4 24.Nxe4 Bf5 [Diagram

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] [This seems to solve Black's problems. After 14...Qd8 15.e5 or (15.Bf4 Bxc3 16.Rb1 Bg7 17.e5 Black could come under pressure although computers are as ever relaxed about it all) ] 15.Bg5 [15.Bf4 Looked sharper if only because the best Black responses look a little risky even if they are OK. Now Gelfand has a clear path to safety or perhaps more 15...Rd7 16.Ne5 Rxd6 17.Qc2 0–0! 18.Nc4 Qxc3 19.Bxd6 exd6 20.Qxc3 Bxc3 21.Rc2 Bd4 22.Nxd6 Be6 Must be fine for Black]

] [24...Bf5 25.Re1 The threat to c5 probably forces Black to take on e4 and then there is not much in it so a fair result. A good result for Boris, a draw with Black and Vishy was even under a little pressure for a while as his long think on move 14 indicates]

15...exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7 17.Qxc6 Qc7 [The safest move. If Black can castle and exchange queens he has the two bishops and a passed 'a' pawn]

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Anand,Viswanathan (2791) − Gelfand,Boris (2727) [D85]

15.Be3 Be6 16.Rb7 Rfc8 17.Rxe7 Rxc6 , las negras no tendrĂ­an nada que temer)]

WCh Moscow (1), 11.05.2012 [Garcia,Leontxo,Taner,Harun]

14...Ra7! 15.Bg5! [Diagram

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[El primer asalto del Mundial (el 2_| es hoy a las 13.00, hora de Madrid) confirmĂł que GuĂŠlfand se ha preparado a conciencia: igualĂł sin sufrir una vistosa lucha. HubiĂŠramos visto mĂĄs jugadas si la FIDE aplicase de una vez la Regla SofĂ­a (prohibido hacer tablas sin el permiso del ĂĄrbitro), aunque el resultado habrĂ­a sido probablemente el mismo:] 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 [(GuĂŠlfand confirma que no teme la preparaciĂłn del campeĂłn en las lĂ­neas mĂĄs agudas de la Gruenfeld, que ĂŠl no habĂ­a empleado nunca en su carrera)]

] 15...exd6! [(había una bella trampa: 15...f6? 16.Rb8! 0–0? 17.Qb3+ Kh8 18.Ne5!! fxe5 19.dxe7 Re8 20.Qf7 , y se acabó)]

4.Nf3 Bg7 5.cxd5 Nxd5 6.e4 Nxc3 7.bxc3 c5 8.Bb5+ [(Anand no esperaba la Gruenfeld; las lĂ­neas mĂĄs complejas empiezan con]

16.Qxd6 Rd7 17.Qxc6 Qc7 18.Qxc7 [(tras 18.Qa4 0–0 , las negras estarían muy bien)]

[8.Be3 o; 8.Rb1]

18...Rxc7 19.Bf4 Rb7 [(misiĂłn cumplida: juego igualado)]

8...Nc6! 9.d5!? [(Anand vuelve a desviarse de lo mås conocido porque sabe que su rival lo tiene muy preparado: 9.0–0 cxd4 10.cxd4 0–0 11.Be3 Bg4 12.Bxc6 bxc6 13.Rc1 Qa5 14.Rxc6 Qxa2 15.Rc7 Qe6 16.h3 Qd6 17.Rc5 Bxf3 18.Qxf3 e6 19.e5 , con ventaja blanca porque el peón pasado de a7 es mås bien dÊbil, AnandShírov, Montecarlo 1999)]

20.Rc2 0-0 21.Bd6 Re8 22.Nd2 f5 23.f3 fxe4 24.Nxe4 Bf5 [. Tablas.] ½-½

Anand,Viswanathan (2791) − Gelfand,Boris (2727) [D85] WCh Moscow (1), 11.05.2012 [Prado,Oscar de,Taner,Harun]

9...Qa5! [(tras 9...Bxc3+ 10.Bd2 , las blancas aceleran el desarrollo)]

1.d4 [Anand parece que ha dejado 1.e4 en el olvido y se reafirma en su d4 de los Ăşltimos aĂąos.]

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[8...Nd7 9.0–0 0–0 y aquí se ha probado de casi todo para el blanco veamos unos ejemplos 10.Re1

1...Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5!? [Primera gran sorpresa de Gelfand que plantea la GrĂźnfeld que ha jugado muy poco en su carrera y siempre lo hizo desde Cf3 no en este orden., Rodstein y Eljanov que estĂĄn su equipo la juegan habitualmente y quizĂĄs sea su defensa preparada para este match.]

a) 10.Rb1 Qc7 11.Re1 Nb6 12.Ba3 cxd4 13.cxd4 Bg4 14.d5 Nc8 15.h3 Bxf3 16.Qxf3 Nd6 17.Bf1 Be5 18.Bb2 Bxb2 19.Rxb2 f6 20.Qe3 Qa5 21.e5 fxe5 22.Qxe5 Rf7 23.Bd3 Rc8 24.Rbe2 Qc3 25.Qe3 Qa5 26.Qg5 Qb6 27.Rxe7 Qxf2+ 28.Kh2 Qf6 29.Qxf6 Rxf6 30.Rd7 Rc3 31.Bb1 a6 32.Ree7 Rf7 33.Rxf7 Nxf7 34.Rxb7 Ra3 35.Rb2 Kf8 36.Bc2 Rc3 37.Rb8+ Kg7 38.Bb3 Nd6 39.Rb6 Ne4 40.Rxa6 Nd2 41.Rb6 Rd3 42.d6 Nxb3 43.axb3 Kf6 44.d7+ Ke5 45.Rb7 g5 46.d8Q Rxd8 47.Rxh7 Rd3 48.Rb7 g4 49.Rb5+ Kf6 50.hxg4 Kg6 51.g5 Rc3 52.b4 Rb3 53.g4 Kg7 54.Kg2 Kg6 55.Kf2 Rd3 56.Rc5 Rd4 57.b5 Rxg4 58.Ke3 Kf7 59.Kd3 Ke7 60.Kc3 Kd7 61.Kb3 Ke7 62.b6 Kd7 63.b7 Rg1 64.Rb5 1–0 (64) Oll,L (2605)Sokolov,I (2630) Wijk aan Zee 1993;

4.cxd5 Nxd5 5.e4 Nxc3 6.bxc3 Bg7 7.Nf3 [7.Bc4 es la otra gran alternativa que se ha jugado mucho y famosa fue en el mundial de Sevilla entre Karpov y Kasparov la variante 7...c5 8.Ne2 0–0 9.0–0 Nc6 10.Be3 Bg4 11.f3 Na5 12.Bxf7+!?] 7...c5 8.Bb5+ [Diagram

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b) 10.a4 a6 (10...Qc7 11.Re1 Rd8 12.Qb3 cxd4 13.cxd4 Nc5 14.Qa3 a6 15.Bc4 Bxd4 16.Nxd4 Rxd4 17.Ba2 Rd3 18.Qb4 a5 19.Qb1 b6 20.Be3 Ba6 21.h4 Rad8 22.Qc2 Qe5 23.Rab1 Rc3 24.Qb2 Nxa4 25.Qa1 Qc7 26.Bxf7+ Kxf7 27.Qxa4 b5 28.Qa2+ Rc4 29.Bb6 Qxb6 30.Qxc4+ Kg7 31.Qc3+ Kf7 32.e5 b4 33.e6+ Kg8 34.Qg3 Rd3 35.Qf4 Qd8 36.h5 Qf8 37.Qg5 Ra3 38.hxg6 h6 39.Qd5 Bd3 40.Ra1 Qf5 41.Qd8+ Qf8 42.Qxf8+ Kxf8 43.Rxa3 bxa3 44.Ra1 a4 45.Rxa3 Bc2 46.f4 Kg7 47.f5 h5 48.g3 Kf6 49.Kf2 Bxf5 50.Rxa4 Bxg6 51.Ra6 Ke5 52.Ke3 Bf5 53.Ra5+ Kxe6 54.Kf4 Bg4 55.Rg5 Kf6 56.Re5 Bd1 57.Re1 Bg4 58.Re5 e6 59.Rg5 Bd1 60.Re5 Bg4 61.Re1 Bf5 62.Re5 Bg4 63.Re1 Bf5 64.Re3 Bg4 65.Re1 Bf5 66.Re3 Bg4

Anand no se quiere quedar atras en las sorpresas y elige una linea secundaria en vez de las mĂĄs usuales 8.Tb1 o 8.Ae3,no sabemos si la GrĂźnfeld le pillĂł por sorpresa y decide salirse de las lineas mĂĄs teĂłricas para probar a su rival o si tiene esto preparado.] 8...Nc6 [Gelfand jugĂł esto tras pensar un poco, habĂ­a otras 2 alternativas bastante jugadas que son]

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67.Re1 1/2–1/2 (67) Sokolov,I (2625)Kamsky,G (2655) it (S.W.I.F.T.-92) Brussels 1992) 11.Bc4 Qc7 12.Qe2 b6 13.e5 e6 14.Ng5 Bb7 15.f4 h6 16.Nxe6 fxe6 17.Bxe6+ Kh8 18.Qg4 Rfd8 19.f5 Nf8 20.f6 Nxe6 21.Qxe6 Bf8 22.Qh3 cxd4 23.cxd4 Rxd4 24.e6 Bc5 25.Kh1 h5 26.Ra2 Bd5 27.Rd2 Rxd2 28.Bxd2 Qe5 29.Qd3 Qxe6 30.Qxg6 Qg4 31.Qh6+ Kg8 32.f7+ Bxf7 33.Bc3 Bd4 34.h3 Qg7 35.Qc6 Rd8 36.Bxd4 Qxd4 37.Qb7 Rd7 38.Qc6 Kg7 39.Qc1 Qe5 40.Re1 Qf6 41.Rf1 Qd4 0–1 (41) Stein,L (2620)-Karpov,A (2630) Moscow 1972; 10...a6 11.Bf1 b5 12.a4 b4 13.cxb4 cxd4 14.Nxd4 Qb6?! (14...Ne5=) 15.Be3 Qxb4? 16.Nc6¹ Qxe4? 17.Rc1+– Qh4 18.g3 (18.Rc4+– Qf6 19.Qc1 Kh8 20.Bg5 Qb2 21.Nxe7 Qxc1 22.Rexc1 Nb6 (22...Bb7 23.Rc7+-) 23.Rc6+–) 18...Qf6 19.Bg2 e5 20.Ne7+ (20.f4+-) 20...Qxe7 21.Bxa8+– las blancas no fueron capaces d eganar y fueron tablas en 119 jugadas,1/2– 1/2 Steingrimsson,H (2550)-Navara,D (2722) Reykjavik ISL 2010; Se consideraba un poco peor 8...Bd7 pero sin embargo con los módulos actuales parece perfectamente jugable tambiÊn 9.Rb1

12.0–0 e6 13.Bg5 Qd6 14.Qe3 Nd7 15.Rac1 Rfe8 16.Rfe1 Rac8 17.h4 Qf8 18.Bf1 h6 19.Bf4 Nf6 20.Be5 Red8 21.Qf4 Qe7 22.Rc3 Nh5 23.Qe3 Nf6 24.Qf4 Nh5 25.Qc1 Bxe5 26.dxe5 Kh7 27.Qe3 b6 28.Rec1 Bb7 29.Rxc8 Rxc8 30.Rxc8 Bxc8 31.g3 Ng7 32.Nd2 Ne8 33.Qd4 Qd7 34.Qb4 Kg7 35.Bb5 Qd8 36.Bxe8 Qxe8 37.Nc4 Qc6 38.Nd6 Qc1+ 39.Kh2 Bd7 40.Qb3 f5 41.exf6+ Kxf6 42.Qf3+ Ke5 43.Nf7+ Kd4 44.Qf6+ Kxe4 45.Qxg6+ Kd4 46.Qg7+ Ke4 47.Nd6+ Kf3 48.Qxd7 Kxf2 49.Qf7+ 1–0 (49) Salov,V (2670)-Leko,P (2625) Beograd 1996; 9...Qa5 10.Bxd7+ Nxd7 11.0–0 b5á hay muchas partidas entre ordenadores en esta variante.] 9.d5!? [Diagram

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a) 9.Bxd7+ Qxd7 10.0–0 cxd4 11.cxd4 Nc6 12.Be3 0–0 13.d5 Ne5 (13...Bxa1 14.Qxa1 Na5 15.Bh6 f6 16.Bxf8 Rxf8 17.Nd4 Rc8 18.Rc1 b6 19.h4 Nb7 20.Rxc8+ Qxc8 21.Nc6 Qd7 22.Qd4 e5 23.Qe3 Qg4 24.Nxa7 Nc5 25.f3 Qxh4 26.Nc8 Nd7 27.Nd6 h5 28.Qc3 Nc5 29.Nc4 g5 30.Ne3 g4 31.Nf5 Qg5 32.Qe3 gxf3 33.Qxg5+ fxg5 34.gxf3 Kf7 35.Kf2 Kf6 36.Nd6 Na4 1/2–1/2 (36) Illescas Cordoba,M (2590)-Ftacnik,L (2570) Moscow 1994) 14.Nxe5 Bxe5 15.Rc1=;

esto fue jugado råpidamente por Anand y es una sorpresa porque se ha jugado muy poco, lo normal aquí es] [9.0–0 0–0 (a veces se juega primero 9...cxd4 10.cxd4 0-0) 10.Be3 (10.Bxc6 bxc6 11.Ba3 cxd4 12.cxd4 Bg4 13.Bc5 Bxf3 14.Qxf3 Bxd4 15.Rad1 Bxc5 16.Rxd8 Rfxd8 17.Qc3 Bb6 18.a4 Rd6 19.a5 Bd4 20.Qb3 Rad8 21.g3 Re6 22.Re1 Re5 23.Qb7 Kf8 24.Qc7 Rd6

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25.Kg2 Rb5 26.e5 Rdd5 27.Re2 Bxe5 28.Qxa7 Rxa5 29.Qb7 Rdc5 30.Rd2 Bd6 31.Rb2 Kg7 32.Rb6 Rf5 33.Rxc6 Ra2 34.Qb6 h5 35.Qd4+ Rf6 36.h3 Re2 37.Rc4 e5 38.Qa7 Bb8 39.Qc5 Ra2 40.g4 Ba7 41.Qxe5 Raxf2+ 42.Kh1 Kh7 43.gxh5 Rf1+ 44.Kh2 R6f2+ 45.Kg3 Rg1+ 46.Kh4 g5+ 47.Qxg5 Rxg5 48.Kxg5 Be3+ 49.Kg4 f5+ 50.Kg3 Kh6 51.Rc3 f4+ 52.Kg4 Rg2+ 53.Kf3 Rg3+ 0–1 (53) Timman,J (2655) -Kasparov,G (2851) Kopavogur 2000) 10...cxd4 11.cxd4 Bg4 12.Bxc6 bxc6 13.Rc1 Bxf3 (13...Qa5 14.Qd2 (14.Rxc6 Qxa2 15.Rc7 1/2–1/2 (15) Kramnik,V (2772)-Leko,P (2745) Wijk aan Zee 2001 15...Qe6 16.h3 Qd6 17.Rc5 Bxf3 18.Qxf3 e6 19.e5 Qd7 20.Ra1 Rfb8 21.g4 Bf8 22.Rca5 Qb7 23.Kg2 Be7 24.d5 Bd8 25.Bh6 Rc8 26.Rd1 Rab8 27.Ra3 exd5 28.Rxd5 Be7 29.Rad3 Bf8 30.Bg5 Qc6 31.Rd7 Qe6 32.Qf6 a5 33.Qxe6 fxe6 34.Rf3 h6 35.Bd2 Rd8 36.Rxd8 Rxd8 37.Bxa5 Rd5 38.Bc3 Bg7 39.Re3 Bf8 40.Re4 g5 41.Kf3 Rd3+ 42.Re3 Rxe3+ 43.Kxe3 Kf7 44.Ke4 Be7 45.f3 Ke8 46.Kd4 Kf7 47.Kc4 Bf8 48.Kb5 Bg7 49.Bd4 Ke8 50.Kc6 Kf7 51.Kd7 Bf8 52.Be3 Bg7 53.f4 gxf4 54.Bxf4 Bf8 55.h4 Bg7 56.h5 Bf8 57.Kc6 Bg7 58.Be3 Bf8 59.Kd7 Bg7 60.Bf4 Bf8 61.g5 hxg5 62.Bxg5 Bb4 1/2–1/2 (62) Anand,V (2780)-Shirov,A (2725) 8th Amber Blindfold, Monte Carlo MNC 1999) 14...Qxd2 15.Nxd2 Rfd8 16.Nb3 a5 17.Rxc6 (17.f3 Be6 18.Nc5 Bxa2 19.Rf2 Be6 20.Nxe6 fxe6 21.e5 Ra6 22.Ra2 a4 23.Rc4 a3 24.Rc3 Rb8 25.Rcxa3 Rxa3 26.Rxa3 Rb1+ 27.Kf2 Rb2+ 28.Kg3 c5 29.dxc5 Bxe5+ 30.f4 Bf6 31.Kf3 Kf7 32.h3 Rb4 33.Ra2 1/2– 1/2 (33) Fressinet,L (2707)-Navara,D (2708) Wijk aan Zee NED 2011) 17...a4 18.Nc5 Bxd4 19.Bxd4 Rxd4 20.f3 Rc8

21.Rxc8+ Bxc8 22.Rc1 a3 23.Nb3 Rd8 24.Rc7 Be6 25.Ra7 Rd1+ 26.Kf2 Bxb3 27.axb3 Rd2+ 1/2–1/2 (27) Kramnik,V (2766)-Svidler,P (2728) Monte Carlo 2007 28.Kg3 a2 29.b4 Rb2 1/2–1/2 (29) Gustafsson,J (2603)-Kramnik,V (2788) Dortmund 2008) 14.Qxf3 Bxd4 15.Rfd1 c5 16.Rxc5 Bxe3 17.Rxd8 Bxc5 18.Rxa8 Rxa8 19.Qc3 Bb6 20.Kf1 Rd8 21.a4 e6 22.a5 Bd4 23.Qc7 Rf8 24.e5 h5 25.Ke2 Kg7 26.f4 Rh8 27.Kf3 Bg1 28.Qc1 Bd4 29.Ke4 Rd8 30.Qc7 Rd5 31.g3 Bg1 32.h3 Rd1 33.g4 hxg4 34.hxg4 Rd4+ 35.Kf3 Rd5 36.Ke2 Bd4 37.Kf3 g5 38.f5 exf5 39.e6 1–0 (39) Kramnik,V (2780)-Kasparov,G (2815) g/5 Match, Moscow RUS 1998] 9...Qa5 [Diagram

+ + + + +7+ + + 6#' + + + + + + + + + ! " + + $ % & 'Q)* +&+ ,-./012345 Gelfand quedo sorprendido por la jugada de Anand y se le veia por la web muy nervioso y bastante rojo,tras pensar un buen rato jugĂł Da5, tenĂ­a otra alternativa que era] [9...a6 10.Be2 (10.Bxc6+ bxc61 11.dxc6 Bxc3+∓; 10.dxc6 axb5 11.Qxd8+ Kxd8 12.cxb7 Bxb7∓; 10.Ba4 b5 11.dxc6 bxa4 12.0-0=) 10...Bxc3+ 11.Bd2 Bxa1 12.Qxa1 Nd4 13.Nxd4 cxd4 14.Qxd4 f6 15.h4 0–0 16.f4 h5 17.0–0 Bg4 18.Bc4 Rc8 1056


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19.Bb3 Kh7 1/2–1/2 (19) Gustafsson,J (2634)-Vachier Lagrave,M (2716) Katernberg GER 2008] 10.Rb1 a6 [Diagram

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] [12.dxc6 parece peor por 12...Qxc3+ 13.Bd2 Qd3Âł] 12...Qxa2 [Gelfand valiente acepta el reto y se come el peĂłn de a2,estĂĄ claro que las blancas tienen compensaciĂłn pero en un final el peĂłn pasado de a puede ser muy peligroso con el apoyo del alfil de g7 y muchas partidas de la Grunfeld se han ganado asĂ­ con negras. Anand estĂĄ jugando las elecciones de los mĂłdulos por lo que parece que tiene preparada esta variante.]

] [La alternativa era 10...Bxc3+ que los módulos valron casi igual que la de la partida tras 11.Bd2 a6 12.Ba4 (12.Bxc6+ bxc6 13.dxc6=) 12...b5 13.dxc6 bxa4 (13...Bxd2+ 14.Qxd2 Qxa4 15.0-0 Qxe4 16.Rbd1 0-0 17.Rfe1 Qxc6 18.Qh6 Qf6 0–1 (18) Martic,Z (2364)-Brkic,A (2606) Bol CRO 2011) 14.Qc2 Bxd2+ 15.Nxd2 (15.Qxd2 Qxd2+ 16.Kxd2 Be6=) 15...0–0 16.0–0 Be6 17.Nc4 Bxc4 18.Qxc4 Rac8 19.Rb7 e6 20.Rd1 Rxc6 21.h4 Rd8 22.Rxd8+ Qxd8 23.Qxa4 Rb6 24.Rxb6 Qxb6 25.h5 Kg7 26.Qe8 Qc7 27.h6+ Kxh6 28.Qf8+ Kg5 29.Qg7 h5 30.e5 Qe7 31.Qh8 Kf5 32.Qb8 Qd7 33.Qh8 Qe7 34.Qb8 c4 35.Qc8 Qb4 36.g3 Kxe5 37.Qd8 c3 38.Qg5+ f5 0–1 (38) Privitera,F (2131)Kaufman,R (2333) Budapest HUN 2010]

13.Rb2!?N [Diagram

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11.Bxc6+ [11.Ba4 b5 12.dxc6 Bxc3+ traspone a la variante anterior] 11...bxc6 12.0-0 [Diagram

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[14.Bg5 Ra7 (14...h6 15.Bh4 g5 16.Bg3 0-0 17.Ne5=) 15.dxc6 0–0=; 14.dxc6 0–0 15.Be3 Be6 (15...Bxc3 16.Rc2) 16.Rb7 Rac8=]

estå jugada es novedad ya que se había jugado una partida con Ae3,es la 1a elección de los módulos.] [13.Be3 cxd5 14.exd5 Qc4 (14...0-0 15.Bxc5 Rd8 16.Bxe7 Rxd5 17.Nd4 Bd7 tablas Niederweiser, Peter-Kratschmer, Heinz; undesliga B 2006/07 B/0) 15.Qb3 Qxb3 16.Rxb3 c4 17.Ra3 Bb7 18.Rd1 Rd8 19.Bb6 Rxd5 20.Rxd5 Bxd5 21.Bd4 0–0 22.Bxg7 Rb8 23.Kf1 Kxg7 24.Nd2 Rb2 25.Ke2 Bxg2 26.Rxa6 Rc2 27.Ra3 Be4 28.Ke3 Bd3 29.f4 f5 30.h4 e5 31.Ra7+ Kh6 32.fxe5 f4+ 33.Kxf4 Rxd2 34.e6 Re2 35.Re7 Re4+ 0–1 (35) BadViking 2523 ICS]

14...Ra7! [Diagram

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13...Qa5! [otra posibilidad era 13...Qc4 pero parece peor para el negro tras 14.d6! Qe6 15.Rd2 y parece que las blancas estĂĄn un poco mejor.]

buena jugada de Gelfand ya que la torre defienda la 2a fila y el peĂłn de e7 y puede entrar en juego por la columna b o d.]

14.d6!? [Diagram

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15.Bg5 [Las blancas tenían una interesante alternativa con 15.Bf4 0–0 (15...Rd7 16.Nd2 (16.Rb8; 16.Rd2) 16...0–0 17.dxe7 Re8 18.Rb8 Qxc3 (18...Bxc3? 19.Nb3+-) 19.Qa4=) 16.Ne5 Bxe5 17.Bxe5 Re8=] 15...exd6 16.Qxd6 Rd7! [buena defensa de Gelfand que estå aguantando la iniciativa de Anand.] 17.Qxc6 Qc7 [Era posible 17...0–0 con posción igualada, pero Gelfand prefiere eliminar las damas para evitar la iniciativa de Anand.]

Anand sigue con su idea,otra alternativas eran]

18.Qxc7 [Diagram

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] [quizĂĄs era mejor 22...Bd7 que ponĂ­a mĂĄs problemas al blanco. 23.Ra1 (23.f4 Ba4 (23...Bb5 24.Rfc1 (24.c4 Bd4+ 25.Kh1 Bc6∓; 24.Rb1 Rd7∓) 24...Bd3 25.Ra2 Bxe4 26.Nxe4 Rxe4 27.Rxa6=) 24.Rcc1 Bb5 25.Rfe1 Bc6 26.Bxc5 a5á) 23...f5 24.Bxc5 Rc8 25.Be3 Bxc3 26.Rac1 Rbc7 27.h3=] 23.f3 [23.Bxc5 Rc7 24.Bb4 fxe4= aunque aquĂ­ las negras tienen mĂĄs chances.] 23...fxe4 [oferta de tablas de Gelfand que Anand aceptĂł al momento,creo que el negro podĂ­a jugar un poco mĂĄs con Ad7 pero la posiciĂłn estĂĄ igualada,bueno es un match largo y Gelfand debe estar contento con su partida de hoy.]

Anand acepta el cambio de damas ya que retirase sería incluso peor ya que en un futuro la pareja de alfiles y el peón a podrían ser muy peligrosos.] [18.Qa4 0–0 y prefiero las negras.] 18...Rxc7 19.Bf4 Rb7 [19...Rc6] 20.Rc2 [20.Rxb7 Bxb7³; 20.Ra2 0–0 (20...Rb3) 21.Rxa6 Bxc3]

[23...Bd7 24.Re1 Ba4 25.Ra2 Bxc3 26.Rxa4 Bxd2 27.Re2 fxe4 28.fxe4 Bc3 29.Bxc5=] ½-½

20...0-0 [Creo qque la batalla teĂłrica la ha ganado Gelfand en esta 1a partida, ya que ha salido muy bien de la apertura y creo que si alguno pude ganar aquĂ­ es ĂŠl con su pareja de alfiles y su peĂłn a.] 21.Bd6 Re8 22.Nd2 f5!? [Diagram

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