Sunday, November 22, 2009

World Cup 2009 - Round 1, Negi Parimarjan-Vadim Milov

DATMO 2009 champion - Negi Parimarjan (photo right) win his first round game against strong Swiss GM - Vadim Milov. Below is the game.

Negi Parimarjan (2620) vs Vadim Milov (2652)

World Cup 2009, Round 1, Game 1, 21.11.09

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Nxe4 5. d4 Nd6 6. Bxc6 dxc6 7. dxe5 Nf5
8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 9. Nc3 h6 10. h3 Bd7 11. b3 a5 12. Bb2 Kc8 13. Rad1 b6 14. a4 Ne7
15. Rfe1 c5 16. Ne2 Ng6 17. h4 Bg4 18. Nh2 Bf5 19. h5 Ne7 20. Rd2 Rg8 21. Nf4
Be6 22. c4 Kb7 23. Nxe6 fxe6 24. Rd7 Nc6 25. Re4 Re8 26. Rg4 Kc8 27. Rd3 Ne7
28. Kf1 Nf5 29. Nf3 Rd8 30. Ke2 Be7 31. Rg6 Rxd3 32. Kxd3 Rd8+ 33. Ke2 Bf8 34.Rxe6 !? An interesting move. Negi surely have consider that his rook will be trap after... 34...Ne7 35. Nh4 Kd7 36. Rg6 Nxg6 37. Nxg6

Although white is an exchange down, his kingside pawn majority give him a strong play . On the other hand, black queenside pawn majority is only artifical and his pieces is passive.
37...Ke8 38. f4 Be7 39. g4 c6 40. Bc3 Kf7 ?

Black should have defend passively with 40...Rd7 and pray for the best . 41. e6+ ! Kxe6 42. Bxg7 Bf6 43. Bxh6 Kf7 44. Bg5 Re8+ 45. Kf3 Bd4 46. Be7! 46.Ne7! also win 46... b5 46... Rxe7 47. Nxe7 Kxe7 48. g5 b5 49. f5 [white doesn't have to entertain black's pawn , for e.g 49. cxb5 ? cxb5 50. Ke4 (50. axb5 c4 51. bxc4 a4) 50... bxa4 51. bxa4] 49... bxc4 50. bxc4 47. f5 bxa4 48. bxa4 Rb8 49. h6 Rb3+ 50. Ke4 50. Rc3 51...Re3+ 51. Kf4 Rxe7 52. Nxe7 Kxe7 53. g5 win 51. g5 Rxc4 ? 52. Ne5+ ! Bxe5+ 53. Kxe5 Kxe7 54. h7 Rh4 55. g6 Kf8 56. f6 1-0


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