Wednesday, December 9, 2009

DATCC Chess league round 5

Team AU – X Factor

FM Ooi Chern Yee- IM designate Mok Tze Meng

A42 Mo(k)dern Defense-Averbakh Variation

 1.d4 g6 2.c4 Bg7 3.Nc3 d6 4.e4 e5 5.Nge2 Nc6 6.Be3 Nh6 7.f3 f5 8.d5 Ne7 9.Qd2 Nf7 10.g3 h5 11.Bg2 fxe4 12.fxe4 Ng8 13.Qd3 Bh6 14.Bf2 Nf6 15.Rf1 0-0 16.Kd1 c5 17.Kc2 Bd7


[position dead equal with white losing the opening advantages ]18.Rfb1 Ng5 19.h4 Ng4 20.Bg1 Nh7 21.Nd1


[ 21.Rf1 Qa5 22.Bh3 Nhf6 23.Nc1 ]

21...a6 black is gaining slight advantage 22.Nec3 b5 23.cxb5

[ 23.b3 b4 24.Ne2 a5 25.Nb2 ]

23...axb5 24.b4 c4 25.Qe2 Ra3 26.Qe1

[ 26.Ne3 Qa8 27.Qd2 Qa7 28.Re1 Qd4 29.Rad1 Qxd2+ 30.Rxd2 and black clearly winning ]

 26...Kg7 27.Rb2 Qa8 28.Kb1

[ 28.Rbb1 Qa6 29.Nb2 Kg8 30.Nbd1 ]


[ 28...Nhf6 29.Re2 Qa6 30.Nb2 Qb7 ]

 29.Re2 Nhf6 30.Kc2 Ng8 31.Rb1 Ne7 32.Rb2 Nc8 33.Kb1 Qa6 34.Rec2 Nb6 35.Qe2 Na4 36.Nxa4 Qxa4 37.Nc3 Qa6 38.Qe1 Kg8 39.Qe2 Bf8 40.Rc1 Be7 41.Bh3 Kg7 42.Rbc2 Qb7 43.Rf1


White slowly creeping into the game and offer rook trading

43… Rxf1+ 44.Qxf1 Ra8 45.Bxg4 Bxg4 46.Be3 Rf8 with this move the advanges Black has all dissipated into the cold night

47.Rf2 Rxf2 48.Qxf2 Bd7 49.Bd2 Be8 50.Kb2 Qb8 51.Qe3 Qb7 52.Be1 Bd8 53.Bf2 Kf7 54.Qh6 Kg8 55.Qe3 Qc7 56.Nb1 Qd7 57.Nc3 Qh3 58.a4 ?! Mok is a fighter and he seize an opportunity when he sees one 58… bxa4 59.b5 Qf1 ?!


[ 59...Ba5 60.b6 Qd7 61.Kc1 Qf7 62.Na2 Kg7 63.Qe2 a3 64.Bg1 Qb7 65.Qe3 c3 and Black winning!! ]

60.b6 Kg7 61.b7 Bc7 62.Qa7 Kf8

[ 62...Bf7 63.Ka3 Qc1+ 64.Kb4 Qb2+ 65.Kxc4 Qb3+ 66.Kd3 Be8 67.b8Q Qxb8 68.Qxb8 Bxb8 ]


[ 63.Be3 g5 64.b8Q Bxb8 65.Qxb8 a3+ 66.Kxa3 Qa1+ 67.Na2 ] 63...Qd3 64.Qe3 a3+ Mok must have thought of smoething for this pawn sacrifice but it is not good enough. [ 64...Bb8 65.Qxd3 cxd3 66.Be3 Bd7 67.Ka3 Ke8 ]

65.Kxa3 Qc2 66.Qf2+ Thus ending the reign of the powerful Black queen

 66…Qxf2 67.Bxf2 Bb8 68.Kb4 Ke7 69.Kxc4 Bd7 70.Kb4 Bh3 71.Kb5 Kd7 72.Kb6 Bg2 73.Be3 Bf3 74.Bc1 Bg2 75.Ba3 Bf3 76.Nb5 White can force an exchange of Bishop and effectively promote b7 to Queen

76…Bxe4 77.Bxd6 1-0

One thing for sure Mok and Ooi played their heart out compared to some players in the world cup who go for grandmaster draws  .

both the players deserve the credits. Bravo

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