Noruega R1: fuerte comienzo con 3 victorias

09/05/2013 – Fue un gran comienzo: en todas las partidas se luchó al máximo y en tres de ellas el punto quedó sin dividir. Carlsen se esforzó para derrotar a Topalov, pero el búlgaro aguantó sólido. Anand y Aronian entablaron en una partida prudente. Svidler se las arregló para superar a Hammer en el final. Nakamura hizo trizas a Wang Hao. Radjabov sigue con su mala racha y perdió ante Karjakin. Crónica...

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Ronda 1

Miércoles, 8 de mayo de 2013. Stavanger
Magnus Carlsen
½-½
Veselin Topalov
Viswanathan Anand
½-½
Levon Aronian
Hikaru Nakamura
1-0
Wang Hao
Peter Svidler
1-0
Jon Ludvig Hammer
Sergey Karjakin
1-0
Teimour Radjabov

Magnus Carlsen casi deja que la adrenalina le sacase lo mejor de él

Tras una brillante victora en Zug, Topalov dice modestamente que su objetivo es no comenter errores de bulto.

Aronian y Anand durante la rueda de prensa tras la partida

¿Cuándo terminará la mala racha de Radjabov?

Wang Hao no estuvo por sus fueros en la ronda 1 contra Nakamura

Para Jon Hammer es una oportunidad única de adquirir experiencia contra los mejores del mundo, mientras que para ellos es obligado obtener el punto contra él.

La regla de Svidler era presionar hasta que doliese

Hoy se juega la partida más esperada del torneo: Carlsen-Anand. El comentarista Simen Agdestein manifestó que este sería el inicio del campeonato del mundo.

Fotos e información cortesía del sitio web oficial.

Las partidas de la ronda para reproducir

[Event "Norway Chess 2013"] [Site "Stavanger"] [Date "2013.05.08"] [Round "1"] [White "Carlsen, Magnus"] [Black "Topalov, Veselin"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "A30"] [WhiteElo "2868"] [BlackElo "2793"] [PlyCount "102"] [EventDate "2013.??.??"] [EventCountry "NOR"] [TimeControl "40/6000+30:20/3000:900+30"] 1. c4 {0} c5 {55} 2. Nf3 {0} Nf6 {24} 3. g3 {12} Nc6 {209} 4. Bg2 {12} d5 {38} 5. cxd5 {50} Nxd5 {38} 6. d4 {77} cxd4 {43} 7. Nxd4 {56} Ndb4 {21} 8. Nxc6 {73} Qxd1+ {6} 9. Kxd1 {4 The position is equal but that has never stopped Carlsen from seeking a way to win.} Nxc6 {5} 10. Nc3 {71} Bd7 {792} 11. Be3 {113} g6 { 33} 12. Rc1 {471} Bg7 {74} 13. Kc2 {278} Rc8 {203} 14. Rhd1 {425} Na5 {680} 15. Bd4 {492} Bf5+ {169} 16. e4 {62} Bxd4 {22} 17. Rxd4 {6} Be6 {282} 18. b3 {235} f6 {330 Black needs to connect his rooks, and castling is worse as it would take the king away from the center.} 19. f4 {275} Kf7 {109} 20. Kb2 {390} Rhd8 {51} 21. Rcd1 {459} Rxd4 {89} 22. Rxd4 {25} Nc6 {217} 23. Rd2 {49} h6 {297} 24. Bf3 {251} Bh3 {359} 25. Nb5 {912} h5 {272} 26. Be2 {368} h4 {358} 27. Bc4+ {27} Be6 {356} 28. Bd5 {124} hxg3 {140} 29. hxg3 {6} a6 {12} 30. Nc3 {254} Rd8 {354} 31. Na4 {325} Bxd5 {57} 32. exd5 {7} Nb4 {22} 33. Nc3 {67} Nc6 {91} 34. Ka3 $1 {374 This move brings the king toward the queenside and in support of the pawn, but it also has a venomous trap behind it.} Na7 {8 Although the trap is obvious, Topalov still needs to do something about it.} ({An example can be seen with} 34... b5 35. dxc6 $1 Rxd2 36. c7) 35. Kb4 {53} Nc8 {74} 36. Ne4 {224 } Nd6 {170} 37. Nc5 {10} Rc8 {90} 38. Ne6 {86} b6 {113} 39. Rh2 {39 Carlsen is pressing hard, but he is in danger of overstepping himself.} Nf5 {79} 40. g4 { 184} Ne3 {85} 41. Rh7+ {3095} Ke8 {3152} 42. Rh8+ {0} Kd7 {0} 43. Rxc8 {0} Kxc8 {0} 44. g5 {0} Nxd5+ {0} 45. Kc4 {0} Ne3+ {0} 46. Kd4 {0} Nf5+ {0 Black is up a pawn, but cannot play for a win due to the superior white king that can go to the queenside or kingside at a moment's notice.} 47. Ke4 {0} Kb7 {0} 48. Nf8 {0} Nd6+ {0} 49. Kd5 {0} fxg5 {0} 50. fxg5 {0} Nf7 {0} 51. Nxg6 {0} Nxg5 {0} 1/2-1/2 [Event "Norway Chess 2013"] [Site "Stavanger"] [Date "2013.05.08"] [Round "1"] [White "Karjakin, Sergey"] [Black "Radjabov, Teimour"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "B30"] [WhiteElo "2767"] [BlackElo "2745"] [PlyCount "81"] [EventDate "2013.??.??"] [EventCountry "NOR"] [TimeControl "40/6000+30:20/3000:900+30"] 1. e4 {0} c5 {0} 2. Nf3 {0} Nc6 {0} 3. Nc3 {0} g6 {40} 4. Bb5 {30} Bg7 {273} 5. O-O {16} e5 {706} 6. d3 {991} Nge7 {191} 7. Bc4 {441} h6 {705} 8. a3 {274} O-O {672} 9. b4 {27} d6 {6} 10. bxc5 {602} dxc5 {96} 11. Re1 {56} Kh7 {613} 12. Nd5 {351} Be6 {604} 13. Nxe7 {131} Qxe7 {3} 14. Bd5 {13} Nd4 {1293} 15. Nd2 {1136} Bxd5 {485} ({All he needed to do was play a logical move like} 15... Rad8 {and there was nothing to worry about.}) 16. exd5 {13 A free protected passed pawn, promising White a long-term advantage.} Rad8 {300} 17. c3 {84} Nb5 {42} 18. c4 {44} Nd4 {53} 19. a4 {91} Qd7 {24} 20. Rb1 {142} b6 {4} 21. Bb2 {125} Rfe8 {53} 22. a5 {68} Qc7 {97} 23. Qa4 {143} f5 {119} 24. axb6 {440} axb6 {4} 25. Bxd4 {7 } cxd4 {3} 26. Qc6 {7 A clever move that liquidates into an endgame with an extra pawn.} Qxc6 {92} 27. dxc6 {3} Rc8 {80} 28. Rxb6 {22} Re6 {1} 29. f4 {100} e4 {48} 30. dxe4 {7} fxe4 {80} 31. Rxe4 {30} Rexc6 {7} 32. Rxc6 {64} Rxc6 {3} 33. Re7 {10} Kg8 {98} 34. Rd7 {9} Bf8 {66} 35. Ne4 {57} d3 {75} 36. Kf2 {45} Ba3 {99} 37. Rd4 {68} Kf7 {32} 38. Ke3 {290} Bc1+ {27} 39. Nd2 {10} Bxd2+ {44} 40. Kxd2 {9} Ra6 {23} 41. c5 {3480} 1-0 [Event "Norway Chess 2013"] [Site "Stavanger"] [Date "2013.05.08"] [Round "1"] [White "Anand, Viswanathan"] [Black "Aronian, Levon"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "C84"] [WhiteElo "2783"] [BlackElo "2813"] [PlyCount "66"] [EventDate "2013.??.??"] [EventCountry "NOR"] [TimeControl "40/6000+30:20/3000:900+30"] 1. e4 {0} e5 {0} 2. Nf3 {0} Nc6 {0} 3. Bb5 {0} a6 {0} 4. Ba4 {0} Nf6 {2} 5. O-O {9} Be7 {6} 6. d3 {59} d6 {12} 7. c4 {44} O-O {45} 8. Nc3 {8} Bg4 {173} 9. Be3 {327} Nd4 {364} 10. Bxd4 {71} exd4 {4} 11. Nd5 {154} c6 {321} 12. Nxf6+ {48} Bxf6 {35} 13. h3 {8} Bxf3 {550} 14. Qxf3 {56} g6 {5} 15. Rae1 {419} Bg7 {86} 16. Qd1 {16} Qb6 {103} 17. Qd2 {108} a5 {167} 18. f4 {101} Qb4 {28} 19. Qc2 {29 } Qc5 {247} 20. Qf2 {275} Rae8 {175} 21. Bd1 {187} f5 {300} 22. Bf3 {51} Bh6 { 1465} 23. Qh4 {499} Bxf4 {205} 24. Qxf4 {358} fxe4 {8} 25. Qg3 {42} exf3 {4} 26. Rxe8 {10} Rxe8 {5} 27. Qxf3 {10} Qf5 {10} 28. Qxf5 {12} gxf5 {4} 29. Rxf5 { 11} Re2 {4} 30. Rf2 {432} Re1+ {35} 31. Rf1 {7} Re2 {4} 32. Rf2 {7} Re1+ {3} 33. Rf1 {8} Re2 1/2-1/2 [Event "Norway Chess 2013"] [Site "Stavanger"] [Date "2013.05.08"] [Round "1"] [White "Nakamura, Hikaru"] [Black "Wang, Hao"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C42"] [WhiteElo "2775"] [BlackElo "2743"] [PlyCount "83"] [EventDate "2013.??.??"] [EventCountry "NOR"] [TimeControl "40/6000+30:20/3000:900+30"] 1. e4 {0} e5 {0} 2. Nf3 {0} Nf6 {0} 3. Nxe5 {3} d6 {0} 4. Nf3 {7} Nxe4 {0} 5. Nc3 {6} Nxc3 {0} 6. dxc3 {6} Be7 {0} 7. Be3 {55} O-O {22} 8. Qd2 {10} b6 {3} 9. O-O-O {242} Bb7 {4} 10. Nd4 {133} Nc6 {139} 11. Nf5 {635} Bf6 {10} 12. h4 {6} Re8 {916} 13. Bg5 {352} Ne5 {191} 14. f4 {514} Ng4 {412} 15. Bb5 {31} Re4 {839} 16. Ng3 {1057} Re6 {1446} 17. Rde1 {59} Rxe1+ {536} 18. Rxe1 {53} h6 {5} 19. Qe2 {761} ({The engines suggest} 19. Re8+ {instead, but after} Qxe8 20. Bxe8 Rxe8 {Nakamura felt that Black would be able to build a fortress.}) 19... Qc8 { 865} 20. Bd3 {1128} Qe6 {428} 21. Qxe6 {200} fxe6 {5} 22. Bxf6 {19} Nxf6 {8} 23. Rxe6 {4} Bxg2 {226} 24. Re7 {67} Nd5 {5} 25. Bc4 {13} Kf8 {229} 26. Bxd5 { 120} Kxe7 {14} 27. Bxg2 {6} Rf8 {12} 28. f5 {24 White is now up two pieces for the rook and Black's defense is anything but easy.} Kf6 {204} 29. Kd2 {378} d5 {51} 30. Ke3 {50} Ke5 {33} 31. Bh3 {12} Rd8 {72} 32. Ne2 {47} c5 {21} 33. Kf3 { 4} Rd7 {233} 34. Nf4 {114} Kf6 {19} 35. h5 {183} a6 {54} 36. b3 {155} Rd8 {41} 37. Ne6 {19} Rd7 {11} 38. Kf4 {5} a5 {40} 39. Bf1 {128} c4 {27} 40. a4 {95} Rd6 {42} 41. Bg2 {3149} Rd7 {17} 42. Bf3 {0} 1-0 [Event "Norway Chess 2013"] [Site "Stavanger"] [Date "2013.05.08"] [Round "1"] [White "Svidler, Peter"] [Black "Hammer, Jon Ludvig"] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "D85"] [WhiteElo "2769"] [BlackElo "2608"] [PlyCount "89"] [EventDate "2013.??.??"] [EventCountry "NOR"] [TimeControl "40/6000+30:20/3000:900+30"] 1. d4 {0} Nf6 {0} 2. c4 {0} g6 {0} 3. Nc3 {4} d5 {0} 4. cxd5 {5} Nxd5 {2} 5. e4 {4} Nxc3 {15} 6. bxc3 {3} Bg7 {21} 7. Nf3 {40} c5 {10} 8. Be3 {8} Qa5 {8} 9. Qd2 {4} Nc6 {18} 10. Rb1 {138} cxd4 {218} 11. cxd4 {97} Qxd2+ {11} 12. Kxd2 {14 } O-O {15} 13. d5 {1312} Rd8 {121} 14. Bd3 {98} Na5 {86} 15. Bg5 {527} f6 {665} 16. Bf4 {17} b6 {204} 17. Bb5 {1040} e5 {1167} 18. Be3 {31} Bd7 {24} 19. Rhc1 { 383} Bxb5 {210} 20. Rxb5 {11} Nb7 {29} 21. Ke2 {284} Nd6 {267} 22. Rb4 {13} a5 {1147} 23. Rxb6 {77} Nxe4 {20} 24. Nd2 {593} Nxd2 {116} 25. Bxd2 {46} Rxd5 {33} 26. Rc7 {15} Rad8 {421} 27. Bc3 {124 White has been working hard to try and make something from nothing, but it has been hard work.} f5 {731 Black starts to lose his way. With both White's rooks on the 6th and 7th, he had to consider exchanging one pair to ease the pressure.} (27... R8d7 $1 28. Rxd7 Rxd7 29. a4 Rc7 30. Bxa5 Ra7 31. Rb5 e4 (31... Kf7 32. Kd3 Ke6 33. Kc4 {and White is better.}) 32. g4 {to prevent ...f5} Bh6 {cutting off the king from e3 and d2 and the position is equal.}) 28. Rbb7 {117} Bf8 {117} 29. a4 {342} Rc5 { 706} 30. Rxc5 {226} Bxc5 {2} 31. Bxe5 {220} Rd5 {83 Black starts to lose his way.} (31... Re8 {was better here.} 32. f4 Bd6 33. Rb5 Bxe5 34. fxe5 Ra8 35. Kd3 Kf7 36. Kd4 Rd8+ 37. Rd5 Rb8 38. Rxa5 Rb2 39. Ra7+ Ke6 40. Ra6+ Ke7 {would also give White problems, though possibly fewer.}) 32. f4 {383} Bd4 $2 {160 There is a saying that mistakes never come alone.} 33. Rb5 {38} Rd7 {6} 34. g3 {444} Bxe5 {100} 35. Rxe5 {9} Rd4 {36} 36. Rxa5 {3} Kf7 {14} 37. Ra7+ {22} Kf6 {35} 38. Ra6+ {46} Kf7 {12} 39. Ra7+ {116} Kf6 {14} 40. a5 {36} Rd5 {300} 41. Ra6+ {3162} Kg7 {3017} 42. Ra7+ {0} Kf6 {0} 43. a6 {0} Rd6 {0} 44. h4 {0} Ke6 { 0} 45. h5 {0} 1-0

Videoanálisis por Daniel King

Emparejamientos

Ronda 1 (8 de mayo de 2013)
Magnus Carlsen ½-½ Veselin Topalov
Viswanathan Anand ½-½ Levon Aronian
Hikaru Nakamura 1-0 Wang Hao
Peter Svidler 1-0 Jon Ludvig Hammer
Sergey Karjakin 1-0 Teimour Radjabov
Ronda 2 (9 de mayo de 2013)
Magnus Carlsen Viswanathan Anand
Veselin Topalov Teimour Radjabov
Levon Aronian Hikaru Nakamura
Wang Hao Peter Svidler
Jon Ludvig Hammer Sergey Karjakin
Ronda 3 (10 de mayo de 2013)
Viswanathan Anand Veselin Topalov
Hikaru Nakamura Magnus Carlsen
Peter Svidler Levon Aronian
Teimour Radjabov Jon Ludvig Hammer
Sergey Karjakin Wang Hao
Ronda 4 (12 de mayo de 2013)
Magnus Carlsen Peter Svidler
Veselin Topalov Jon Ludvig Hammer
Viswanathan Anand Hikaru Nakamura
Levon Aronian Sergey Karjakin
Wang Hao Teimour Radjabov
Ronda 5 (13 de mayo de 2013)
Hikaru Nakamura Veselin Topalov
Jon Ludvig Hammer Wang Hao
Peter Svidler Viswanathan Anand
Teimour Radjabov Levon Aronian
Sergey Karjakin Magnus Carlsen
Ronda 6 (14 de mayo de 2013)
Magnus Carlsen Teimour Radjabov
Veselin Topalov Wang Hao
Viswanathan Anand Sergey Karjakin
Levon Aronian Jon Ludvig Hammer
Hikaru Nakamura Peter Svidler
Ronda 7 (15 de mayo de 2013)
Wang Hao Levon Aronian
Jon Ludvig Hammer Magnus Carlsen
Peter Svidler Veselin Topalov
Teimour Radjabov Viswanathan Anand
Sergey Karjakin Hikaru Nakamura
Ronda 8 (17 de mayo de 2013)
Magnus Carlsen Wang Hao
Veselin Topalov Levon Aronian
Viswanathan Anand Jon Ludvig Hammer
Hikaru Nakamura Teimour Radjabov
Peter Svidler Sergey Karjakin
Ronda 9 (18 de mayo de 2013)
Levon Aronian Magnus Carlsen
Wang Hao Viswanathan Anand
Jon Ludvig Hammer Hikaru Nakamura
Teimour Radjabov Peter Svidler
Sergey Karjakin Veselin Topalov

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