Monday, April 06, 2009

IM Mashafizul Helmi vs FM Martin Voigt 0-1 : Round 5, Thailand Chess Championship 2009

Thanks to Peter Long who email me a few games of the Thailand Open Chess Championship 2009 . Below are Mas game against German FM - Martin Voight in round 5 .

IM Mas Hafizulhelmi (2425) - FM Voigt Martin (2304) [C11]
Thailand Open Championship 2009 (Round 5), 04.2009

Analysed by Hairulov and Fritz 11

1.e4 e6 2.Nf3 d5 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.e5 Nfd7 5.d4 c5 6.dxc5 Nc6 7.Bf4 Bxc5 8.Bd3 Be7 9.h4 a6 10.h5 f5 11.exf6 Bxf6 12.Qe2 Nc5 13.0–0?!

I think Mas problem in this game start here. He probably should weaken black kingside with 13.h6 first before castling. 13...g6 (13...g5 14.Nxg5 Bxg5 15.Qh5+) 14.0–0 13...0–0 14.Ne5 Now 14.h6?? is no more dangerous because white's f4 bishop is enprise 14...Bxc3 15.bxc3 Rxf4 14...Bxe5 15.Bxe5 Nxe5 16.Qxe5 Nxd3 17.cxd3 Rf5 18.Qh2 White can't defend his weak h5 pawn with 18.Qe2? because 18...Qh4 19.g4 Rg5 20.f3 Qxh5 18...Bd7 19.Rae1 Qf6 20.h6 20.Qd6 Rf8 21.Qxd7 Rxf2 22.Rxf2 (22.Qxe6+ Qxe6 23.Rxe6 Rxf1+) 22...Qxf2+ 23.Kh2 Qh4+ 24.Kg1 Qxe1+ 25.Kh2 Qh4+ 26.Kg1 Qf2+ 27.Kh2 Qf7 20...Qxh6 21.Qxh6 gxh6 22.d4?!

I think white d pawn should remain on d3 because on d4 it look more vulnarable against black's rook attack for eg. Rf4. 22.d4 also prevent white's knight from using d4 as an outpost with Ne2-Nd4. 22.f4!? try to hold black's centre pawn probably a better try. 22...Kf7 23.Re3 h5 24.Rfe1 Rg8 25.f3 Better is 25.Ne2 h4 26.Rh3 25...h4 26.Kh2 Rfg5 27.R1e2 Ke7 28.Re5 Kd6 29.Rxg5 Rxg5 30.Kh3 Rf5 31.Rd2 Mas has to defend his problematic an isolated d4 pawn, if not 31.Kxh4 Rf4+ 32.Kg5 Rxd4 33.Kh6 Rh4+ 34.Kg5 Rh2 Black d5 pawn will advance 31...Rf4 32.Kh2 Rf8 33.Re2?!The position is already difficult and Voigt continue brilliantly with 33...h3! 34.Kxh3 e5+ 35.Kg3 exd4 36.Nd1 Bf5 37.Nf2 Mas try to create a blockade at d3 but to no avail. Black's rook, bishop and king is all active and ready to penetreate white's position. 37...Rg8+ 38.Kf4 Bb1 39.g4 If 39.a3 Black can play safe with 39...Rf8+ (Or he can play "my cold blooded friend" - Fritz 11 suggestion 39...Rxg2!? 40.Ne4+ dxe4 41.Rxg2 e3 42.Rh2 Kd5 43.b3 Black connected e-d passed pawn is too much to handle! 43...Bg6 ) 40.Kg3 Rc8 39...Rf8+ 40.Kg3 Bxa2 41.Rd2 Bc4 42.Rxd4 Kc5 43.Rd2 a5 44.f4 a4 45.f5 b5 46.Kf4 b4 47.Nd3+ Bxd3 48.Rxd3 Kc4 49.Rh3 Rf7 50.Ke5 50.g5 d4 51.f6 a3 52.b3+ Kd5 50...d4 51.f6 d3 52.Rh2 a3 53.bxa3 b3 54.Ke6 Rb7 55.f7 Rb8 56.Rxh7 b2 57.Rh1 d2 58.g5 b1Q 59.Rxb1 Rxb1 60.f8Q d1Q

60...Re1+ 61.Kd7 d1Q+ Is easier 61.Qc8+ Kb3 62.Kf6 Qd4+ 63.Kg6 Ka2 64.Qe6+ Ka1 65.Kh5 Rh1+ 66.Kg6 Rb1 67.Kh5 Rb6 68.Qe1+ Ka2 69.Qe2+ Kxa3 70.Qf3+ Kb4 71.Qf8+ Kc4 72.Qf7+ Kc5 73.Qf5+ Qd5 74.Qc2+ Kd6 75.Qh2+ Kd7 76.Qh3+ Kd8 0–1

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