Friday, June 06, 2008

Analyze Your Past Game With Fritz !

Nowadays, every serious chess players will analyze their recent games using chess programme like Fritz, Rybka, Junior, Chesmaster..etc.etc. In the past, chess games are analysed "manually". Going trough my old games, i found several interesting and memorable games and position occur in my tournament games. Not a masterpiece i would say, but quite interesting to analyze especially when you have a "Super GM" as your seconder .

Below are one of interesting position occur in my tournament game during the "pre-Fritz period". First of all, i would like to annouce that the game far from a high quality - GM/IM/FM game but some of the position is quite intersting for me to share .

Hairulov - Mustapaha Kamal
Malay Master 1999 (5), UIA,Gombak

1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 Nc6 3.f4 e6 4.Nf3 Nf6 5.g3 d5 6.e5 Nd7 7.Bg2 Qb6 8.d3 Be7 9.0–0 0–0 10.Kh1 Nd4 11.Ne2 Nxf3 12.Bxf3 d4 13.g4 f6 14.exf6 Nxf6 15.g5 Nd5 16.c4 dxc3 17.bxc3 Bd7 18.c4 Nb4 19.a3 Nc6 20.Be3 Rad8 21.Ng3 Be8 22.Be4 g6 23.Qg4 Bf7 24.h4 Qc7 25.h5 Qc8 26.Ra2 Kg7 27.Rh2 Nd4 28.Bxd4+ Rxd4 29.Qh3 Rh8 30.h6+ Kg8 After the game Mus said that his h8 rook hass been freezed! 31.Rb2 b6 32.Re1 Rd8 33.Rbe2 Bd6 34.Qg4 Be8 35.Qf3 Bd7

36.Bd5! I dedicate this move to the late Mikhail Tal . Although i'm sure he will laugh at me if he look at my remaining moves. 36...Re8 Mus correctly avoid the dangerous sacrifiece if 36...exd5 37.Qxd5+ Believe it or not, Fritz announced mate in 12 ( maximum) . 37...Be6 38.Rxe6 Be7 39.Qe5 Bf8 (39...Qb7+ 40.Kg1 Bf8 41.Ne4) 40.Ne4 Re8 41.Rxe8 Qh3+ 42.Kg1 Qg4+ 43.Kh2 Qh4+ 44.Kg2 Qg4+ 45.Ng3 Qd7 46.Qxh8+ Kxh8 47.Rxf8# 37.Ne4 Be7 38.Ng3 Bd6 39.Bb7 Qc7 40.Ne4 Be7 41.Nc3 Bd8 42.Nd5 [¹42.Bd5 and White has reached his goal 42...Kf8+-] 42...Qd6 43.f5 gxf5 [43...Bxg5 44.fxe6 Rf8 45.Qg4 Bxh6 46.exd7+-] 44.Qh5?? gives the opponent counterplay [44.Nf4 Bc7 45.Nxe6 Bxe6 46.Bd5+-] 44...Kf8= ½–½

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