Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Yeoh Li Tian’s Win In Training

Subject: Beijing Chess Training 2009

Received this game by email from En. Abdul Hamid Majid regarding the progress of Yeoh Li Tian’s chess training in Beijing, China. Here’s one game that he has won against one Woman FIDE-Master Ding Yixin for your viewing.

Game 7 Yeoh Li Tian-WFM Ding Yixin (2317) 1-0

1 e4 c5,2 c3 d5,3 ed5 Qd5,4 d4 Nf6,5 Nf3 Bg4,6 Be2 e6,7 h3 Bh5,8 0-0 Nc6, 9 Be3 cd4,10 cd4 Be7,11 Nc3 Qa5,12 Qb3 Qb4,13 Qb4 Bb4,14 Rac1 0-0,15 Rfd1 Rfd8,16 g4 Bg6,17 Ne5 Ne5,18 ed5 Rd1,19 Rd1 Bc3,20 bc3 Nd5,21 Bd4 Nf4,22 Bf1 h5,23 f3 a6,24 Kf2 Rc8,25 Rd2 Rc7,26 a3 Rd7,27 Kg3 Nd5,28 Bf2 Kf8,29 c4 Nb6,30 Rd7 Nd7,31 Bd4 Ke7,32 Kf2 hg4,33 hg4 Kd8,34 Ke3 Ke7,35 Bc3 Bc2,36 f4 Bd1,37 Bh3 Nb6,38 Kd3 Kd7,39 Ba5 Na4,40 Bb4 Bf3,41 f5 Nb2,42 Ke3 Bd1,43 Kd2 Ba4,44 Bf1 Bc6,45 f6 g6, 46 Kc2 Na4,47 Bd3 b6??,48 Bg6 Ke8,49 Bh7 Bf3,50 g5 a5,51 Bd6 Nc5,52 Kb2 Be2,53 Kc3 Kd8, 54 Kd4 Ke8,55 Be7 Resigns

Append a copy of the analysis of the game by Fritz to illustrate how good our young friend, Yeoh Li Tian is.

[Event "Beijing Chess Training 2009"]
[Site "Beijing, China"]
[Date "2009.12.02"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Yeoh Li Tian"]
[Black "WFM Ding Yixin"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B22"]

{B22: Sicilian: 2 c3} 1. e4 c5 2. c3 d5 3. exd5 Qxd5 4. d4 Nf6 5. Nf3 Bg4


Picture 1. The Sicilian was played. Black played 5…. Bg4. Pinning the white knight to the queen.

6.Be2 e6 7. h3 Bh5 8. O-O Nc6 9. Be3 cxd4 10. cxd4 Be7 11. Nc3 Qa5 12. Qb3 Qb4


Picture 2. Black played 12…Qb4. The queens stands-off and white took the black queen with 13.Qxb4.

13. Qxb4 Bxb4 14. Rac1 O-O 15. Rfd1 (15. a3 Bd6 16. Rfd1 Rfd8 17. b4 Rac8 18.g4 Bg6 19. Nh4 Ne7 20. Nxg6 hxg6 21. Bg5 Bb8 22. Bf3 Rd7 23. Bxf6 gxf6 24. Ne4 Rxc1 25. Nxf6+ Kg7 26. Nxd7 Rxd1+ 27. Bxd1 Bf4 28. Bf3 b6 29. Ne5 Bc1 {Meier,L (1844)-Sondergaard,T (1998)/Helsingor 2008/CB32/1/2-1/2 (33)})


Picture 3. Black played 15..Rfd8 challenging white’s defence of d4-pawn. The Knight at f3 and rook at d1 plus the bishop at e3 protects this d4 pawn.

15...Rfd8 16. g4 Bg6 17. Ne5 N(17. Bg5 Be7 18. Bb5 Nd5 19. Bxe7 Ncxe7 20. Ne5 Rac8 21. Nxg6 hxg6 22. Ne2 Nb4 23. Rxc8 Rxc8 24. a3 Nbc6 25. Bxc6 Rxc6 26. Rd2 Nd5 27. Kg2 Nb6 28. Kg3 Kf8 29. Kf4 Ke7 30. Ke4 Kf6 31. h4 Rc8 {Smirnov,A (2193)-Fazulyanov,S (2247)/Rybinsk 2001/EXT 2002/0-1 (43)})

 17...Nxe5 18. dxe5 Rxd1+ 19. Rxd1 Bxc3 20. bxc3 {White has the pair of bishops} Nd5 21. Bd4 (21. Bf3 Rc8 22. Bxd5 exd5 23. Rxd5 Kf8 $14) 21... Nf4 {Black threatens to win material: Nf4xe2} (21... Rc8 22. Kh2 $14) 22. Bf1 (22.Bf3 Rd8 $14) 22... h5 += 23. f3 {Controls e4} a6 {Consolidates b5} (23... Rd8 24. Kf2 +-) 24. Kf2 +- Rc8 (24... hxg4 25. hxg4 Bc2 26. Rd2 +-) 25. Rd2 (25.c4 hxg4 26. fxg4 Bc2 $16) 25... Rc7 $2 (25... hxg4 26. fxg4 b5 27. a4 $14) 26.a3 (26. c4 $5 hxg4 27. hxg4 $18) 26... Rd7 (26... hxg4 $5 27. hxg4 b5 $14) 27.Kg3 $16 Nd5 28. Bf2 Kf8 (28... b5 $5 29. c4 bxc4 30. Bxc4 a5 $16) 29. c4 Nb6 30. Rxd7 (30. Rd6 $5 Rxd6 31. exd6 $16) 30... Nxd7 $14 {A minor pieces endgame occured} 31. Bd4 Ke7 32. Kf2 hxg4 33. hxg4 Kd8 34. Ke3 Ke7 35. Bc3 Bc2 36. f4 Bd1 37. Bh3 Nb6 {Black threatens to win material: Nb6xc4} 38. Kd3 Kd7 39. Ba5 Na4 40. Bb4 Bf3 41. f5 {This push gains space} Nb2+ 42.Ke3 Bd1 43. Kd2 Ba4 44. Bf1 Bc6 (44... b5 45. cxb5 Bxb5 46. Bxb5+ axb5 47. Ke3=) 45. f6 g6 46. Kc2 {White threatens to win material: Kc2xb2} Na4 47. Bd3 b6?? {Covers a5+c5} (47... g5 += {would keep Black in the game}) 48. Bxg6! +- {the final blow} Ke8


Picture 4. White played 48.Bxg6! If black f-7 takes the white bishop at g6, f-pawn queens with support from the black-squared bishop at b4. Great play by Li Tian!

(48... fxg6 49. f7 {Passed pawn}) 49. Bh7 Bf3 50.
g5 a5
(50... Nc5 51. Bxc5 bxc5 52. Kb3 +-) 51. Bd6 Nc5 52. Kb2 (52. Bc7 +-) 52... Be2 ?? {the position is going down the drain} (52... Be4 $142 53.Bxe4 Nxe4 $16)


Picture 5. Black blunders on the 52nd move when she played 52..Be2?? leaving the g6 unguarded by black and leaving white to occupy it and attacks the black f7 pawn.

53. Kc3 (53. g6 $142 {and White can already relax} fxg6 54.
Bxg6+ Kd8 $18) 53... Kd8 (53... Bh5 +-) 54. Kd4 Ke8 (54... Nb3+ {
does not win a prize} 55. Ke3 Bh5 56. g6 Bxg6 57. Bxg6 +-) 55. Be7 (55. Be7 Bh5 56. Bxc5 bxc5+ 57. Kxc5 +-) 1-0.


Picture 6. The black King cannot stop the queening of the f6 pawn with two white bishops supporting it and a third force coming from the g5 pawn. White wins the end-game, 1-0.

With this winning game, Yeoh Li Tian has demonstrated the depth of his chess prowess beating a Chinese WFM-titled player while in training in Beijing. If his strength in chess is nurtured and groomed further, there is no doubt that Li Tian has the potential to become a future Malaysian GrandMaster in chess. A dream for most chess players in Malaysia to achieve.

(information from En. Abdul Hamid Majid, MCF)

(posted by firey_rook;

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