Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Yee Weng had a tough time in Chennai Open 2010

IM Lim Yee Weng (FIDE 2289) is the only Malaysian playing in the  Chennai Open 2010 which is being held from 25th January - 3rd February 2010 in India. The tournament saw a total of  387 players participating and 71 are title players   ( 18 GM, 28 IM, 11FM, 2 CM, 3 WGM, 3 WIM, 5 WFM, 1 WCM.)  The Malaysian no.9 had a tough time in this tournament. He finish on the 100th place overall  with  6.5 points from 11 rounds and  2118 performance rating. In the last round this morning, he beat Indian - Saumil Padhya (FIDE 1917).


Below is his performance.


Player info

NameLim Yee-Weng
TitleIM
Starting rank68
Rating2289
Rating national0
Rating international2289
Ratingperformance2118
FIDE rtg +/--21,6
Points6,5
Rank100
FederationMAS
Ident-Number0
Fide-ID5700590

Rd.SNoNameRtgFEDClub/CityPts.Res.w-weKrtg+/-
1262Lokknath S1729IND4,5w 10,08151,20
2164Chakravarthi Y V K2013IND6,0s 10,17152,55
317IMSatyapragyan Swayangsu2480IND7,0w ½0,25153,75
415GMDeepan Chakkravarthy J2492IND8,0s 0-0,2415-3,60
5148Preethi R2092IND6,0w 10,25153,75
6200Siddarth M1901IND6,5s 0-0,9115-13,65
7139Hariharan Venkatachalam2114IND6,5w 0-0,7315-10,95
8284Jayesh M1651IND5,0s 10,08151,20
9158Sumith Balan2047IND6,5w 10,20153,00
10125Ganesh Babu S2149IND6,5s 0-0,6915-10,35
11194Padhya Saumil1917IND6,0w 10,10151,50


Below is his 4th round lost to Indian GM - Chakkravarthy J Deepan.

GM  Chakkravarthy J Deepan (2492)  vs IM Lim Yee Weng (2289)
Chennai Open, Round 4, 27.1.10


1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 Nf6 5. Nc3 g6 6. Be3 Bg7 7. f3 Nc6 8. Qd2
O-O 9. Bc4 Bd7 10. h4 Ne5 11. Bb3 Qa5 12. Bh6 Bxh6 13. Qxh6 Rfc8 14. Nde2 Ala  Karpov. White strengthen the c3 knight against black's possible sacrifice attempts  14...Nc4  Rybka suggest an interesting idea with  14... Be6 15. Bxe6 fxe6 16. h5 Nf7 17. Qd2 Nxh5  15. O-O-O 
15...Be6? I think this is the main mistake  .Rybka suggest  15... Qe5!?   16. h5 g5 unusual but black don't have much choice. if 16...Nxh5 then come the standard idea 17.Nd5!  
17. Nd5! Bxd5 18. Qxg5+ In between move which win a pawn for white 18...Kh8 19. exd5 Qc5  20. Rd4 Rg8 21. Qf4 Nb6 of course 21..Rxg2? lost to 22.Rxc4  22. g4 a5 23. Nc3 a4 24. Nxa4 Nxa4 25. Rxa4 Rxa4 26. Bxa4 Qf2 27. Qf5 Qe3+ 28. Kb1 Rg5 29. Qd3 Qxd3 30. cxd3 Rxd5 31. Kc2 Kg7 32. Kd2 Rd4 33. Bb3 Rb4 34. Rc1 Nd7  35. Rc4 Rb6  36. d4! White avoid black knight to have a strong post on c5 or e5  
36... Nf8  37. Rc7 Kf6 38. f4 Ne6 39. Bxe6 fxe6  40. Kc3 Ra6 41. a3 b6 42. Rb7 h6  43. Rb8 e5 44. dxe5+ dxe5 45. fxe5+ Kxe5  46. g5 b5  46... hxg5? and white h-pawn queen after 47.h6  47. g6 Kf6 48. Rf8+ Kg7 49. Rf7+ Kg8 50. Rxe7 Rf6 51. Re5 1-0
source: chess-result.com  

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