Hou Yifan y Caruana ganan en San Luis

por Nadja Wittmann
16/11/2015 – Fabiano ganó 10:8 a Nakamura y sumó la mayoría de los puntos en las partidas de ajedrez rápido y relámpago. Hou Yifan se impuso 11:7 a Parimarjan Negi y fue mejor en todas las modalidades, excepto en las partidas a la vasca. Reportaje final...

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Duelo Nakamura vs. Caruana

El "Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis" ha sido anfitrión de los duelos amistosos Hikaru Nakamura vs. Fabiano Caruana y Hou Yifan vs. Parimarjan Negi.

Los duelos de exihibición se disputaron alternado varios formatos diferentes, por ejemplo, en la modalidad de ajedrez Fischer (o ajedrez 960), partidas rápidas, relámpago y a la ciega. Todas las partidas contaban para el resultado final. Una victoria valía un punto, unas tablas medio punto y una derrota cero puntos. Los jugadores compitieron por una bolsa de 150.000 USD.

Se coronaron campeones Fabiano Caruana y Hou Yifan en sus respectivos duelos contra Nakamura y Negi.

Hikaru Nakamura vs. Fabiano Caruana en ajedrez rápido

Nakamura jugó la primera partida en estilo "¡Olé!" Caruana no encontró ninguna respuesta verdaderamente buena a la agresiva apertura de las blancas y se metió en apuros en una posición complicada. Pero entonces se dio la vuelta a la tortilla y al final Hikaru tuvo que luchar mucho para alcanzar las tablas.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "1"] [White "Nakamura, Hikaru"] [Black "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "A01"] [WhiteElo "2793"] [BlackElo "2787"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "190"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. b3 g6 2. Bb2 Nf6 3. e4 d6 4. g3 Bg7 5. Bg2 {Someone tell Hikaru they aren't playing Fischer Random anymore!} O-O 6. d4 c5 7. dxc5 Qa5+ 8. Qd2 Qxc5 9. c4 { A Maroczy structure is rather normal. This one doesn't look too dangerous with a Fianchetto already committed on b2.} Nc6 10. Nc3 Qd4 $5 {Trading queens diffuses the advantage of space, but Black seems underdeveloped after this.} 11. Qxd4 Nxd4 12. O-O-O Ne6 13. h3 Nc5 14. Nge2 a5 $6 {Perhaps giving up b5 was not a good idea. Sometimes it is not an important square, but here it the counterplay on the a-file is simply non existent.} 15. Ba3 Na6 16. e5 $1 { Opening up the position for White's pieces.} dxe5 17. Bxe7 Re8 18. Bxf6 $1 Bxf6 19. Ne4 Be7 20. Nd6 {White wins back his bishop and the rook has a fantastic spot} Bxd6 21. Rxd6 a4 22. Nc3 axb3 23. axb3 Kg7 24. Kb2 Nc5 25. Rd5 $1 Na6 26. Rhd1 Nb4 27. Rd6 Ra6 28. Rxa6 bxa6 29. Ne4 Re7 30. Nd6 Be6 31. c5 Kf8 32. Bf1 $2 {This howler costs Nakamura most of his advantage.} (32. Ka3 $1 Nc2+ 33. Ka4 $1 Nd4 34. Rb1 {and White's king threatens decisive action in this position. Black has serious difficulties stopping the queenside pawns.}) 32... Rc7 33. Rc1 a5 34. Ka3 Ke7 35. f4 exf4 36. gxf4 Nc6 37. Nb5 Rd7 38. Nd6 Rc7 39. Nc4 Nd4 40. Nd2 $6 Bd7 {Black now wins the c-pawn! Luckily for Hikaru the 4v3 on the kingside is very hard to win.} 41. Ne4 Ne6 42. Re1 Nxf4 43. h4 Ne6 44. Bc4 h6 45. b4 axb4+ 46. Kxb4 Ra7 47. h5 gxh5 48. Ng3 h4 49. Nf5+ Kf6 (49... Kf8 $1 { was very inhuman but has a very subtle point.} 50. Nxh4 Ra4+ 51. Kc3 Nxc5 { cannot be met with Rf1+ now.}) 50. Nxh4 Ra4+ 51. Kc3 Nxc5 52. Rf1+ Ke5 53. Nf3+ Kd6 54. Bxf7 Rf4 55. Rd1+ Ke7 56. Bd5 Be6 57. Ne5 Kf6 58. Bxe6 Nxe6 59. Nd3 Rf3 60. Rh1 Kg5 61. Kd2 h5 62. Rg1+ Kh6 63. Ne5 Rf6 64. Ng4+ hxg4 {This endgame is almost impossible to win. Hikaru holds comfortably.} 65. Rxg4 Ng5 66. Ke3 Kg6 67. Ra4 Rb6 68. Ra5 Kf6 69. Ra3 Rb5 70. Kd4 Ne6+ 71. Ke4 Rb4+ 72. Ke3 Nc7 73. Ra5 Ke6 74. Kd3 Nd5 75. Ra8 Nc7 76. Ra5 Rh4 77. Rc5 Kd6 78. Ra5 Ne6 79. Ra8 Kd5 80. Ra5+ Nc5+ 81. Ke3 Rc4 82. Ra8 Rc3+ 83. Kf4 Ne6+ 84. Kg4 Ke4 85. Ra4+ Nd4 86. Ra8 Rc6 87. Re8+ Ne6 88. Re7 Ke5 89. Kf3 Rc3+ 90. Ke2 Ra3 91. Kd2 Kd5 92. Re8 Nc5 93. Rd8+ Kc4 94. Ke2 Rd3 95. Rxd3 Nxd3 1/2-1/2

El movimiento de Nakamura en la segunda partida 6...f6?? es difícil de explicar. A continuación, Caruana lo descuartizó paso a paso.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "2"] [White "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Black "Nakamura, Hikaru"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "B51"] [WhiteElo "2787"] [BlackElo "2793"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "41"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 d6 4. Bxc6+ bxc6 5. e5 dxe5 6. Nxe5 f6 {It is hard to say what Hikaru Nakamura was thinking when he made this move...} 7. Qh5+ g6 8. Nxg6 hxg6 9. Qxh8 {As far as I can see, White is simply up the exchange and a pawn.} Qd5 10. O-O Kf7 11. Nc3 Qd4 12. d3 Bg7 13. Qh7 f5 14. Ne2 {Black simply has no compensation. Even worse, his position is actually rather bad.} Qd6 15. Nf4 Bd7 16. Nh3 {Nice maneuvering of the knight, harassing Black's king.} Be8 17. Ng5+ Kf8 18. Re1 e5 19. Bf4 $1 {Beautiful finishing touch.} Bf6 (19... exf4 20. Ne6+ $18) (19... Rb8 20. Qxg7+ $1 $18) 20. Qb7 Bxg5 21. Bxe5 { Destruction!} 1-0

La tercera partida comenzó de manera favorable para Nakamura. Caruana se las arreglaba peor que Nakamura en una posición que tenía carácter de India de Rey y estuvo sometido a presión tras la apertura. Nakamura careció de paciencia y Caruana entró mejor en el juego. Pero aún así, al final tuvo que demostrar mucha clase para aguantar.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "3"] [White "Nakamura, Hikaru"] [Black "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "A49"] [WhiteElo "2793"] [BlackElo "2787"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "155"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. Nf3 Nf6 2. b3 g6 3. Bb2 Bg7 4. g3 O-O 5. c4 d6 6. d4 e5 7. dxe5 Nfd7 8. Bg2 Nxe5 9. Qd2 Nbc6 {Something like a King's Indian, but I never liked these positions for Black when the g7 bishop is already challenged.} 10. O-O Bg4 11. Nxe5 Nxe5 12. Bd4 Qc8 13. f4 $1 {Pushing forward. White's advantage in space is important despite the trade of some pieces.} Nc6 14. Bxg7 Kxg7 15. Nc3 Ne7 $6 16. e4 f6 17. f5 (17. e5 $1 fxe5 18. fxe5 dxe5 19. Qg5 $1 $16 {looks very dangerous for Black.}) 17... g5 18. c5 Rd8 19. Qe3 Qd7 20. h3 Bh5 21. g4 Bf7 22. e5 (22. Rad1 $14) 22... dxe5 23. Bxb7 Rab8 24. Rad1 Qe8 25. Bf3 Rb4 $6 ( 25... h5 $1) 26. Rxd8 Qxd8 27. Rd1 Rd4 28. Rxd4 exd4 29. Qd3 Qd7 30. Kf2 h5 31. Ne2 $16 {Black loses the pawn and is in some trouble.} Nc6 32. Qe4 Ne5 33. Qxd4 Qe7 34. Nc3 Nxf3 35. Kxf3 Be8 (35... Qe1 $1 $11 {Was the cleanest way to a draw: with activity!}) 36. Kf2 hxg4 37. hxg4 Bc6 38. Ne2 a5 39. Qe3 Qd7 40. Nd4 Bd5 41. a3 c6 42. Ke1 Qc7 43. Kd2 Qh2+ 44. Kc3 Kf7 (44... Kf8 $1) 45. Nxc6 Qc7 $1 46. Nd4 Qxc5+ 47. Kb2 a4 48. bxa4 Qc4 49. Qc3 Qxa4 50. Qc7+ Ke8 51. Qc8+ Kf7 52. Qc5 Qc4 53. Qxc4 Bxc4 {The endgame is difficult to win because of the counterplay on the pawns.} 54. Nc2 (54. Kc3 $1 Bf1 55. Nc2 $1 Ke7 56. Ne3 Be2 57. Kd2 $1 {was the winning way, but hard to find.}) 54... Ke7 55. Kc3 Be2 56. Ne3 Kd6 57. Kd4 Kc6 58. a4 Bf3 59. a5 Be2 {Now the endgame is a draw. White can't make progress.} 60. a6 Bxa6 61. Nd5 Be2 62. Nxf6 Kd6 63. Ne4+ Ke7 64. Nf2 Kf6 65. Ke4 Ba6 66. Kf3 Ke5 67. Nd1 Bd3 68. Ne3 Be4+ 69. Kg3 Bd3 70. Kh3 Be2 71. Kg3 Bd3 72. Kf2 Kf4 73. f6 Bg6 74. Nc4 Kxg4 75. f7 Bxf7 76. Ne5+ Kf5 77. Nxf7 Kf6 78. Nxg5 1/2-1/2

En la cuarta partida, Nakamura optó por la defensa Francesa, pero después de la apertura, Caruana aumentó su ventaja y se apuntó la victoria.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "4"] [White "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Black "Nakamura, Hikaru"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C11"] [WhiteElo "2787"] [BlackElo "2793"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "99"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e5 Nfd7 5. f4 c5 6. Nf3 Nc6 7. Be3 Be7 8. Qd2 a6 9. Bd3 $5 {Not the most common, but it does look logical to develop a bishop doesn't it?} b5 10. O-O Qb6 11. dxc5 Bxc5 12. Bxc5 Nxc5 13. Qf2 Nd7 14. a3 Ke7 15. Qxb6 Nxb6 16. Ne2 Bd7 17. b3 {White has a slight edge in these structures usually, but Black has his chances with breaks on f6 if he can get them in.} f6 18. Ned4 Nxd4 19. Nxd4 fxe5 20. fxe5 h6 21. Kf2 Rhf8+ 22. Ke3 Rxf1 23. Rxf1 Be8 24. Bh7 Bf7 25. Nc6+ Ke8 26. Bd3 Rc8 27. Nb4 Nd7 28. Kd4 Nb8 29. Nxa6 Nc6+ 30. Kc5 Ke7 31. Kxb5 (31. Kb6 $1 Nxe5 32. Bxb5 Rxc2 33. Nc5 {with a clear advantage. Those pawns are rolling on the queenside.}) 31... Nxe5 32. Kb6 Be8 33. a4 Kd6 {With White's king so separated from his rook it does look like Black can hold. However a pawn is a pawn, and he still has chances.} 34. Rf2 Nxd3 35. cxd3 Bg6 $6 (35... e5 36. a5 $14) 36. d4 e5 37. dxe5+ Kxe5 38. b4 $6 ( 38. Nc5 d4 39. a5 {was more effective. Push the pawn that is ahead!}) 38... d4 39. b5 d3 40. Nb4 Kd4 (40... Be4 $1 41. Nc6+ Kd6 $1) 41. Nc6+ Ke3 42. Rf3+ Ke2 43. Nd4+ Ke1 44. Rg3 $1 {What a nice move! The bishop doesn't have any moves at the moment.} Be4 {based on a miscalculation} 45. Re3+ Kf1 46. Rxe4 d2 47. Nf5 {stopping everything, now the game is simply over.} Rc3 48. Rd4 Ke1 49. a5 g6 50. Nd6 {Black can get the rook if he wants, it does not matter. The pawns are too powerful.} 1-0

Hou Yifan vs. Parimarjan Negi en ajedrez rápido

En la primera partida, Hou Yifan mostró unos amplios conocimientos del sistema erizo

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "1"] [White "Negi, Parimarjan"] [Black "Hou, Yifan"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "A31"] [WhiteElo "2664"] [BlackElo "2683"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "124"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 a6 3. c4 e6 4. Nc3 Qc7 5. Be2 b6 6. d4 cxd4 7. Nxd4 Bb7 8. O-O Nf6 9. f3 d6 10. Be3 Be7 11. Qd2 O-O 12. Rac1 Nbd7 13. Rfd1 Rac8 14. b4 Qb8 15. a3 Rfe8 16. Nb3 Bc6 17. Kh1 h6 18. Bf1 Ne5 19. Qf2 Bd7 20. Nb1 $6 (20. Bxb6 Nxc4 21. Bxc4 Rxc4 22. Na5 $13) 20... Ba4 21. N1d2 b5 $1 {Black has some initiative now.} 22. c5 $6 (22. cxb5 $15) 22... dxc5 23. Bxc5 Bxc5 24. Rxc5 Nfd7 25. Rxc8 Rxc8 26. Qd4 Nb6 27. Rc1 Rd8 28. Qc3 Qd6 29. Qc5 Bxb3 30. Nxb3 Nbc4 31. Qxd6 Rxd6 {Black's knight on c4 gives her an advantage. White should play passive with Ra1, but such a move is not always easy to play.} 32. a4 bxa4 33. Nc5 Nb2 34. Ra1 a3 35. Bxa6 (35. Rxa3 Rd1 36. Kg1 Nbc4 {followed by Nd2, is winning for Black.}) 35... a2 36. Kg1 Rd1+ 37. Rxd1 Nxd1 38. Nb3 Kf8 39. Kf1 Ne3+ 40. Ke2 Nc2 $2 (40... Nxg2 {was cleanest, simply ripping apart the kingside.}) 41. Kd2 Nxb4 42. Be2 (42. Bb5 $1) 42... Nec6 43. Kc3 Ke7 (43... Nc2 $1 {was a cute trick:} 44. Kxc2 Nd4+ 45. Kb2 (45. Nxd4 a1=Q) 45... Nxb3 46. Kxa2 Nc1+ 47. Kb2 Nxe2) 44. Bb5 Kd6 45. Kb2 g5 46. g3 Ne5 47. Be2 Ned3+ 48. Kc3 $6 (48. Bxd3 Nxd3+ 49. Kc3 Ne1 {is also hopeless though.}) 48... Nc1 $1 49. Na1 Nxe2+ 50. Kxb4 Nd4 51. f4 gxf4 52. gxf4 Ne2 53. f5 e5 54. Ka3 Nc3 55. Nc2 Ke7 { White's king is too far from the action. The rest is easy.} 56. Kb2 Nxe4 57. Ne3 Kf6 58. Ng4+ Kxf5 59. Nxh6+ Ke6 60. Kxa2 f5 61. Kb2 Kf6 62. Kc2 Nd6 0-1

La obra maestra de Negi

En la segunda partida, Parimarjan Negi devolvió el golpe inmediatamente. Jugó la Siciliana de manera magistral. En una partida agresiva y muy compleja, el indio siempre estuvo a la altura de las circunstancias e igualó el marcador del duelo en partidas rápidas.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "2"] [White "Hou, Yifan"] [Black "Negi, Parimarjan"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B81"] [WhiteElo "2683"] [BlackElo "2664"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "52"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 a6 6. Be3 e6 7. g4 {Hou Yifan is one of the people in chess that still believes in this system for Black. Interesting that she is playing it with white now against Negi!} e5 8. Nf5 h5 9. g5 Nxe4 10. Nxg7+ Bxg7 11. Nxe4 d5 12. Ng3 e4 13. c3 Nc6 14. Nxh5 Be5 { White is up a pawn, but the position is extremely complex. Both sides have strange development and Black's pawn center cannot be underestimated.} 15. f4 exf3 16. Qxf3 d4 $1 17. O-O-O Be6 18. Nf6+ Kf8 19. cxd4 (19. Bd2 $13) 19... Rc8 $1 {What a beautiful move!} 20. Kb1 (20. dxe5 Nxe5+ 21. Bc4 Nxf3 22. Rxd8+ Rxd8 $17) 20... Bxa2+ $3 21. Ka1 (21. Kxa2 Qa5+ 22. Kb1 (22. Kb3 Qb4+ 23. Ka2 Qa4+ { dose not help}) 22... Nb4 23. Nd7+ Kg8 {and White is defenseless against the threat of Qa2 mate.} 24. Nc5 Rxc5 25. dxc5 Qa2+ 26. Kc1 Qxb2#) 21... Nb4 (21... Bb3 $1 {was cleaner but the move in the game is also good.}) 22. Bd2 (22. Qxb7 $1 Rb8 23. Nd7+ Kg8 24. Nxb8 Qa5 $19) 22... Qxd4 {nothing else works.} 23. Nd7+ $2 {Making things easy for Negi.} (23. Bxb4+ Qxb4 24. Nd7+ Kg8 $1 25. Nxe5 Bb3 $1 {and Black's attack wins.}) (23. Bc3 Rxc3 $1 {is mate in every line.}) 23... Kg8 {Now Black is simply crushing in every variation.} 24. Nxe5 Nc2+ 25. Kxa2 Qa4+ 26. Qa3 Nxa3 0-1

En la tercera partida surgió una posición complicada con colores opuestos. Negi tenía una ventaja ganadora, pero la estropeó en los apuros de tiempo y perdió la partida.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "3"] [White "Negi, Parimarjan"] [Black "Hou, Yifan"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B81"] [WhiteElo "2664"] [BlackElo "2683"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "78"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 d6 6. g4 h6 {The Keres attack! A rare guest in top level chess simply because Black players consider it to be too dangerous. Hou Yifan, however, has never cared - she has always played it with confidence.} 7. h4 e5 8. Nf5 Be6 9. Bg2 g6 10. Ne3 Nc6 11. Ncd5 Bxd5 12. Nxd5 Nxd5 13. exd5 Ne7 14. Be3 Bg7 15. Qd2 Qd7 16. O-O-O Qxg4 $5 { Giong for a risky pawn grab, but Parimarjan Negi replies with power and precision.} 17. f4 $1 O-O 18. h5 Nf5 19. Bh3 Qxh5 20. Bg2 Qg4 21. Bh3 Qh5 22. Bg2 Nh4 $6 {Too ambitious, it's possible that Hou Yifan should have gone for the draw.} 23. f5 g5 24. Rdg1 Kh8 25. Be4 {It's very clear that despite Black's two extra pawns, Black is suffering. Her pieces on the kingside are weak and about to be trapped. She also has no counterplay.} Bf6 26. Bf2 Rg8 27. Kb1 (27. Rg4 Qxg4 28. Rxh4 {is a very crazy computer line!}) 27... Rg7 28. Qe1 (28. Bd3 $1 {Harassing the queen would have been difficult to parry}) 28... a6 29. Qb4 Qe2 30. Qxd6 $1 Qxe4 31. Rxh4 (31. Bxh4 {was such a better practical decision...} gxh4 32. Qxf6 Rag8 33. Qxh6+ Rh7 34. Rxg8+ Kxg8 35. Rg1+) 31... gxh4 32. Qxf6 Rag8 33. Qxh6+ Rh7 34. Qf6+ Rhg7 {Now Negi has to find a unique win, but he fails to do so} 35. Qh6+ (35. Be3 $1 Qxe3 36. Qxh4+ Rh7 37. Qf6+ Rhg7 38. Rh1+ $18) 35... Rh7 36. Qf6+ Rhg7 37. d6 Kh7 38. Re1 Qf4 (38... Rg1 $1 39. Qxf7+ R8g7 40. Qh5+ $11) 39. Rh1 $4 {A massive blunder!} (39. Qxh4+ $1 $16) 39... Rg1+ {Oops. Back rank!} 0-1

Hou Yifan

Todavía tocado por lo que había ocurrido en la tercera partida, Negi afrontó la cuarta partida sin fuerzas y cayó derrotado en un final de torres.

[Event "Showdown St. Louis 2015-Rapid"] [Site "Saint Louis"] [Date "2015.11.14"] [Round "4"] [White "Hou, Yifan"] [Black "Negi, Parimarjan"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "B53"] [WhiteElo "2683"] [BlackElo "2664"] [Annotator "Ramirez Alvarez,Alejandro"] [PlyCount "77"] [EventDate "2015.??.??"] [EventType "rapid"] [EventCountry "USA"] 1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Qxd4 Nc6 5. Bb5 Bd7 6. Bxc6 Bxc6 7. Nf3 e6 8. Bg5 Nf6 9. O-O-O Be7 10. Qd3 Qb6 $5 {An interesting alternative to the usual 10...Qa5. Qxf2 is sometimes an idea, after all.} 11. Rhf1 {Awkward, but at least f2 is defended.} Rc8 12. Nd4 O-O 13. f4 Rfd8 (13... Rfe8 14. g4 h6 15. Bxf6 Bxf6 {was maybe a bit better, with e5 type ideas.}) 14. g4 $1 Be8 15. Bxf6 Bxf6 16. g5 Bxd4 (16... Be7 {made a lot more sense to me, keeping the black bishops.}) 17. Qxd4 Qxd4 18. Rxd4 Kf8 19. f5 e5 20. Rd3 Bc6 21. Rh3 Kg8 22. Rd1 b5 23. Nd5 Bxd5 24. Rxd5 Rc4 25. Re3 b4 26. b3 {Black has a weakness, White doesn't. This is difficult position for Negi.} Rc6 27. Rb5 Rb6 28. Rxb6 axb6 29. Rd3 d5 30. Rxd5 $1 {Well calculated by Hou Yifan.} Rxd5 31. exd5 Kf8 32. f6 gxf6 33. gxf6 Ke8 34. c3 bxc3 35. Kc2 Kd7 36. Kxc3 b5 37. a4 bxa4 38. bxa4 { Too many passed pawns!} Kd6 39. Kc4 1-0

Ajedrez Relámpago: Nakamura vs. Caruana

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Ajedrez Relámpago: Hou vs. Negi

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Información: Nicole Halpin
Análisis en inglés por GM Alejandro Ramírez (ChessBase)
Fotografías: Austin Fuller
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