Isla de Man: Eljanov sigue en cabeza

por Sagar Shah
08/10/2016 – Fue el 23º enfrentamiento entre Harika Dronavalli y Hou Yifan y la primera vez que la india supera a la china. Otro resultado positivo para la escuadra india fue la victoria del chaval de 18 años S.L.Narayanan sobre Sergei Movsesian en 27 jugadas. Vidit Gujrathi no pudo seguir la estela y perdió contra Pavel Eljanov, que sigue líder destacado. Crónica de la ronda 7 y visor para seguir la prueba en directo...

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Torneo Internacional de Isla de Man 2016

El torneo magistral se juega entre el 1 y el 9 de octubre de 2016, 9 rondas, que comienzan a las 14:30 CEST, excepto la última ronda que empezará a las 13:30 CEST.

El ritmo de juego es de 100 minutos para 40 jugadas, seguido de 50 minutos para 20 movimientos y luego 15 minutos para el resto de la partida, con 30 segundos de incremento por jugada desde el inicio.

La acción en directo

(Cuando comiencen las partidas)

Reportaje de la ronda 7

Harika y Hou Yifan llevan enfrentándose una década. La china tiene en su haber 5 victorias y 17 tablas. Es la primera victoria de la india

Harika (hombro de la derecha) derrotó a la Campeona del Mundo Hou Yifan

[Event "chess.com IoM Masters"] [Site "Douglas ENG"] [Date "2016.10.07"] [Round "7.13"] [White "Harika, Dronavalli"] [Black "Hou, Yifan"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "A10"] [WhiteElo "2528"] [BlackElo "2649"] [Annotator "Sagar Shah"] [PlyCount "89"] [EventDate "2016.10.01"] {Harika and Hou Yifan have played 22 times against each other in the last 10 years. The Chinese grandmaster has won five times and rest 17 games have ended in draws. This was the first time that Harika managed to outwit the reigning World Champion.} 1. c4 b6 $5 {Hou Yifan tries to mix it up out of the opening.} 2. Nc3 Bb7 3. e4 c5 4. Nge2 Nf6 5. d3 d6 6. g3 g6 7. Bg2 Bg7 8. O-O {The Botvinnik setup chosen by Harika is one of the easiest way for White to play. It can be used against many openings and hence a knowledge of it can be highly useful. Whatever Black does, White's setup remains the same. The pawns are on c4-d3-e4 and g3, the knights stand on c3 and e2 and the bishop goes to g2. After this the plans vary. Sometimes White can go for Be3-Qd2 and Bh6. Sometimes Rb1 followed by queenside expansion with a3-b4, and as Harika played in the game - f4-g4 with a kingside attack. The system is highly flexible and quite easy to understand.} Nc6 9. h3 {Stopping Ng4 and getting ready to play Be3.} O-O 10. Be3 Rc8 11. Qd2 {d4 is not yet possible because the c4 pawn would be hanging.} Re8 12. b3 Nd7 13. Rac1 (13. d4 {This was definitely possible.} cxd4 14. Nxd4 Nxd4 15. Bxd4 Bxd4 16. Qxd4 Qc7 17. Rac1 $14 { According to me White has the slightly preferable position thanks to her space advantage, but the position is simplified and hence easier for Black to play. It is interesting to note that Harika didn't go for this. Maybe she wanted to keep the position more complicated and fight for the full point.}) 13... a6 14. f4 $5 {And there we go! White starts the kingside offensive.} Nd4 15. g4 e6 16. Ng3 Rc7 17. g5 b5 {Overall Black's position looks very cohesive. White cannot easily play f5 as then the knight on d7 is waiting to jump into e5. Meanwhile it is not so clear What Harika must do.} 18. Rce1 b4 19. Nce2 Nxe2+ 20. Rxe2 Nb8 21. d4 $5 cxd4 22. Bxd4 Bxd4+ 23. Qxd4 e5 {Hou Yifan gets the e5 square for her knight with this move, but in return the f-file is opened up for the white pieces and the d6 pawn is weakened. The position should be round about equal.} 24. Qd2 exf4 25. Qxf4 Nc6 26. Rd2 Ne5 27. Rfd1 {Both sides have their own trumps, but it seems that the knight on e5 is not as dangerous as it looks and the d6 pawn weakness definitely counts for something more.} Rd7 28. h4 { Bh3 is a big threat now.} Qe7 29. Nh1 $5 {A Nimzovian idea! The knight will go from f2-d3 in order to evict the one on e5.} (29. Bh3 Rdd8 30. Kg2 $1 { Threatening c5 which is not so easy to meet.} (30. c5 d5 31. exd5 Qxc5+ $17)) 29... Kg7 30. Rf1 Red8 31. Qf6+ $5 Qxf6 32. gxf6+ Kf8 {The pawn on f6 is a thorn in Black's position and Harika quite correctly realized that when she went for the queen exchange.} 33. Rfd1 Rc7 34. Nf2 Ke8 35. Kh2 Rc6 36. Kg3 Kd7 37. Nd3 $1 Ke6 $2 (37... Nxd3 38. Rxd3 Re8 39. e5 $1 $18) 38. Nxe5 Kxe5 39. Rd5+ Kxf6 40. e5+ Ke6 41. c5 (41. R5d2 Rb6 42. c5 $18 {was the fastest way to win.}) 41... f5 42. exd6 {Out of nowhere Harika has two amazingly strong passers and they are on dark squares which means that the bishop can remove the blockaders!} Rd7 43. Re1+ Kf6 44. Rde5 Rc8 45. Re6+ {Hou Yifan rightly resigned as Re7 comes next and Harika would win an entire piece and her two strong pawns would still remain. A very interesting battle and great fighting chess showcased by the Indian.} 1-0

No hay duda de que Sergei Movsesian es un jugador de talla mundial. Su Elo actual es 2677, pero hace unos años, el la cima de su carrera llegó a 2752

S.L. Narayanan mostró al mundo que no es un ajedrecista fácil de liar

[Event "chess.com IoM Masters"] [Site "Douglas ENG"] [Date "2016.10.07"] [Round "7.9"] [White "Sunilduth Lyna, Narayanan"] [Black "Movsesian, Sergei"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "E11"] [WhiteElo "2536"] [BlackElo "2677"] [Annotator "Sagar Shah"] [PlyCount "53"] [EventDate "2016.10.01"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 Bb4+ 4. Nbd2 O-O 5. a3 Be7 6. e4 d6 $5 {These systems are more positional in nature.} (6... d5 {is the other main move in the position that leads to very aggressive positions after} 7. e5 Nfd7 8. Bd3 c5 9. h4 $5) 7. Bd3 Nbd7 8. O-O e5 9. b4 exd4 10. Nxd4 Re8 11. Bb2 Bf8 { Black plays in typical Nimzowitsch style. Restraint against the e4 pawn and then slowly and steadily looking out for the d6-d5 break.} 12. Qc2 c6 13. N4b3 b6 $6 (13... Ne5 14. Be2 Ng6 {looked more to the point, but after} 15. f4 Bd7 16. Rae1 {White looks better.}) 14. f4 $1 g6 15. Rae1 {White's play is just so natural!} Bb7 16. e5 $1 {The best part about White's play is that he hardly wastes time. Everything is in place so let's get going!} Nh5 17. c5 $1 { Amazing move. White wants to destroy the d6 pawn so that he can either play f4-f5 or open the f-file for his rooks. And the other interesting point to note is that Harika too beat Hou Yifan with her pawns on e5 and c5!} (17. f5 dxe5 {is better for White but not as much as in the game.}) 17... d5 (17... dxc5 18. f5 $1 $18) (17... dxe5 18. fxe5 Bg7 19. Bc4 $18) 18. f5 {S.L. Narayanan makes it look so easy!} Qg5 19. Nf3 Qg4 20. e6 fxe6 21. fxe6 (21. fxg6 {was also quite strong.}) 21... Ndf6 (21... Rxe6 22. h3 $18) 22. h3 Qf4 23. Bxg6 hxg6 24. Qxg6+ Bg7 25. Ng5 Qg3 26. Be5 Qh4 27. Nd4 {The knight is coming to f5 and in general the black king is just a few moves away from being mated! What a resounding victory for the GM from Kerala!} 1-0

Vidit perdió en la ronda 7 contra Pavel Eljanov, para desencanto de los aficionados indios

[Event "chess.com IoM Masters"] [Site "Douglas ENG"] [Date "2016.10.07"] [Round "7.1"] [White "Vidit, Santosh Gujrathi"] [Black "Eljanov, Pavel"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "E15"] [WhiteElo "2686"] [BlackElo "2741"] [Annotator "Sagar Shah"] [PlyCount "114"] [EventDate "2016.10.01"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 e6 3. Nf3 b6 4. g3 Bb4+ 5. Bd2 Be7 6. Nc3 Bb7 7. Bg2 c6 8. e4 { The players are following the game Anand-Carlsen from their World Championship Match in 2014. Sergei Tiviakov in his video on CBM 168 mentions that if White wants to fight for an advantage he must refrain from the move 8.e4 and instead go for castling. As things went in this game, we cannot really argue with what Tiviakov says.} d5 9. exd5 cxd5 10. Ne5 O-O 11. O-O Nc6 12. cxd5 Nxe5 $1 { Of course the line that Black is walking is quite narrow. He has to make all the accurate moves in order to equalize. But you can be rest assured that a player of Eljanov's calibre has it all worked out at home.} 13. d6 Nc6 14. dxe7 Qxe7 15. Bg5 h6 16. d5 Na5 17. d6 {This is the first move where the game deviates from the Anand-Carlsen World Championship Match. Vishy had taken on f6. Vidit comes up with this natural move, but now it is open for debate whether the pawn on d6 is a strength or a weakness.} (17. Bxf6 Qxf6 18. dxe6 Bxg2 $1 19. exf7+ Qxf7 20. Kxg2 Nc4 21. Qb3 Rad8 $11 {And with some further analysis it has been proved that Black is equal in this position.}) 17... Qd8 18. Bxf6 Qxf6 19. Qe2 Bxg2 20. Kxg2 Qd8 21. Rfd1 Qd7 22. Rd4 Rac8 23. Rad1 Nc6 24. R4d2 Na5 {Vidit could have settled for a draw here with Rd4 but instead he went for something more ambitious. Not that the position warrants it, but his age definitely does!} 25. g4 $5 {I would say after this move, all three results are possible. White tries to play acctively but at the sam time weakens his own king. Objectively this is not a great move.} Rfd8 26. Ne4 Nc4 27. Rc2 Ne5 28. Rdc1 Rxc2 29. Rxc2 Qb7 30. f3 Qd5 31. Rd2 Qc4 32. Qe1 f5 33. gxf5 exf5 34. Qg3 Qe6 (34... Nxf3 $5 $17) 35. Nc3 Nc4 36. Re2 Qxd6 37. Qxd6 Rxd6 {The pawn is lost and the rest was not so difficult for Eljanov.} 38. b3 Rd3 39. Nb5 Ne3+ 40. Kf2 Nd1+ 41. Ke1 Nc3 42. Nxc3 Rxc3 43. Re7 Rxf3 44. Rxa7 Rh3 45. Rb7 Rxh2 46. a4 h5 47. Rxb6 h4 48. Kf1 h3 49. Rb4 Ra2 50. Kg1 g5 51. Rb5 Rg2+ 52. Kh1 Rf2 53. Kg1 h2+ 54. Kh1 g4 55. Rc5 g3 56. Rc1 f4 57. a5 f3 0-1

Tiviakov en ChessBase Magazine 168 analiza la variante jugada por Vidit y llega a la conclusión de que si las blancas quieren luchar por la victoria deben alejarse de 8.e4 y en vez de eso optar por 8.0-0. Como puede ver, ChessBase Magazine le puede dar ventaja sobre sus rivales en cuanto a tendencias y conocimientos de las aperturas. El número 174 acaba de salir hace unos días.

Resultados principales de la ronda 7 (7 de octubre de 2016)

Bo. No. Ti. Name Rtg
Pts.
Result
Pts.
Ti. Name Rtg No.
1 9 GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi 2686
5
0-1
GM Eljanov Pavel 2741 5
2 1 GM Caruana Fabiano 2813
5
1-0
5
GM Rodshtein Maxim 2687 8
3 2 GM So Wesley 2794
1-0
GM Salem A.R. Saleh 2650 16
4 21 GM Howell David W L 2644
½-½
GM Adams Michael 2745 4
5 22 GM Grandelius Nils 2642
½-½
GM Naiditsch Arkadij 2684 10
6 26 GM Bok Benjamin 2594
½-½
GM Shirov Alexei 2679 11
7 3 GM Nakamura Hikaru 2787
4
1-0
4
GM Brunello Sabino 2566 31
8 32 GM Aravindh Chithambaram Vr.  2564
4
½-½
4
GM Leko Peter 2709 6
9 35 GM Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan 2536
4
1-0
4
GM Movsesian Sergei 2677 12
10 13 GM Fressinet Laurent 2676
4
½-½
4
GM Illingworth Max 2465 46
11 34 GM Svane Rasmus 2552
4
½-½
4
GM Sargissian Gabriel 2670 14
12 15 GM Melkumyan Hrant 2653
4
1-0
4
IM Trent Lawrence 2463 47
13 36 GM Harika Dronavalli 2528
4
1-0
4
GM Hou Yifan 2649 17
14 74 IM Wallace John Paul 2355
4
1-0
4
GM Bachmann Axel 2645 20
15 24 GM Van Foreest Jorden 2615
4
½-½
4
  Hemant Sharma (del) 2371 71
16 76   Balint Vilmos 2334
4
0-1
4
GM Donchenko Alexander 2581 29
17 18 GM Granda Zuniga Julio E 2648
1-0
GM Romanishin Oleg M 2456 51
18 19 GM Meier Georg 2648
½-½
IM Visakh N R 2456 52
19 23 GM Gupta Abhijeet 2626
1-0
IM Praggnanandhaa R 2442 54
20 25 GM L'ami Erwin 2605
1-0
GM Sundararajan Kidambi 2429 55
21 27 GM Lenderman Aleksandr 2593
½-½
IM Tania Sachdev 2414 62
22 48 GM Ushenina Anna 2459
0-1
GM Shyam Sundar M. 2552 33
23 53 IM Kiewra Keaton F 2454
0-1
GM Vishnu Prasanna. V 2522 37
24 65 IM Kojima Shinya 2399
0-1
GM Schroeder Jan-Christian  2514 38
25 63 WIM Shvayger Yuliya 2405
1-0
GM Hillarp Persson Tiger 2513 39

Resultados completos...

Primeros puestos de la clasificación tras la ronda 7

Rk. SNo Ti. Name FED Rtg
 Pts. 
Rp rtg+/-
1 5 GM Eljanov Pavel UKR 2741
6.5
2972 13.8
2 1 GM Caruana Fabiano USA 2813
6.0
2913 7.3
3 2 GM So Wesley USA 2794
5.5
2784 0.4
4 3 GM Nakamura Hikaru USA 2787
5.0
2697 -5.6
  4 GM Adams Michael ENG 2745
5.0
2726 -0.4
  8 GM Rodshtein Maxim ISR 2687
5.0
2784 10.0
  9 GM Vidit Santosh Gujrathi IND 2686
5.0
2713 3.7
  10 GM Naiditsch Arkadij AZE 2684
5.0
2766 6.9
  11 GM Shirov Alexei LAT 2679
5.0
2757 6.6
  15 GM Melkumyan Hrant ARM 2653
5.0
2570 -4.8
  21 GM Howell David W L ENG 2644
5.0
2683 5.3
  22 GM Grandelius Nils SWE 2642
5.0
2759 12.2
  26 GM Bok Benjamin NED 2594
5.0
2740 14.6
  29 GM Donchenko Alexander GER 2581
5.0
2534 -3.1
  35 GM Sunilduth Lyna Narayanan IND 2536
5.0
2692 15.4
  36 GM Harika Dronavalli IND 2528
5.0
2698 16.4
  74 IM Wallace John Paul AUS 2355
5.0
2683 29.5
18 6 GM Leko Peter HUN 2709
4.5
2573 -10.0
  13 GM Fressinet Laurent FRA 2676
4.5
2596 -6.0
  14 GM Sargissian Gabriel ARM 2670
4.5
2608 -4.5
  16 GM Salem A.R. Saleh UAE 2650
4.5
2624 1.2
  18 GM Granda Zuniga Julio E PER 2648
4.5
2571 -5.4
  23 GM Gupta Abhijeet IND 2626
4.5
2589 -1.7
  24 GM Van Foreest Jorden NED 2615
4.5
2661 6.0
  25 GM L'ami Erwin NED 2605
4.5
2598 1.2
  32 GM Aravindh Chithambaram Vr. IND 2564
4.5
2498 -4.5
  33 GM Shyam Sundar M. IND 2552
4.5
2442 -8.1
  34 GM Svane Rasmus GER 2552
4.5
2530 -0.5
  37 GM Vishnu Prasanna. V IND 2522
4.5
2527 1.1
  38 GM Schroeder Jan-Christian GER 2514
4.5
2550 4.1
  44 IM Batsiashvili Nino GEO 2480
4.5
2551 7.7
  45 IM Puranik Abhimanyu IND 2471
4.5
2470 1.4
  46 GM Illingworth Max AUS 2465
4.5
2577 11.5
  63 WIM Shvayger Yuliya ISR 2405
4.5
2567 17.6
  71   Hemant Sharma (del) IND 2371
4.5
2543 34.8

Clasificación completa...

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