Wednesday, June 08, 2011

R.M.C.M.Rajapakshe - Sumant Subramniam

The Asian Juniors, Girls Under 20 years and Senior Championships is held from 2nd -8th June 2011 at the Bentota Beach Hotel, Bentota , Sri Lanka. 33 players from India, Iran, Malaysia, UAE, Nepal, Maldives and Sri Lanka participate in this event. In the Junior section, the winners will be awarded with International Master Title while in the Senior section,  a cash award of US $ 6,000 is offered for the winners.

Below is  one of the game from our representative - Sumant Subramaniam.

R.M.C.M.Rajapakshe (2171) - Sumanth Subramaniam (2088)
The Asian Juniors (Under 20), 4.6.3011, Round 3

1.Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. g3 Bg7 4. Bg2 O-O 5. O-O d6 6. d4 Nc6 7. Nc3 e5 8. d5 Ne7 9. e4 Ne8 10. b4 a5 11. bxa5 Rxa5 12. a4



12...h6  Probably black'want to play f5 without allowing white to play Ng5. Theory recommend 12...f5  and 12...b6 instead.


13. Ba3 Kh7 14. Bb4 Ra6 15. c5 f5 16. Nd2 Nf6 17. Qb3



17...f4?! Black can lesser the pressure over his d6 pawn with  17... fxe4 18. cxd6 cxd6 19. Ndxe4 Nf5 which cover the d6 pawn and black have the option to play Nd4 next.


18. cxd6  cxd6 19. Nb5 g5 20. Nc4 Can d6 get defended?.


20... Ne8 21. Qa3 Rf6 22. Nxe5 Rf8 Of course 22... dxe5?? 23. Bxe7 lose material.


23. Nc4 Bxa1 24. Rxa1 




24...Bd7 25. Nbxd6 25. Ncxd6! Is stronger. 25... Nxd6 26. Bxd6


25... Rxa4 26. Qc3 Nxd6 27. Bxd6?!  27. Rxa4!  and White could have gained the advantage after for e.g. 27... b5 (27... Nxc4 28. Bxe7 Qxe7 29. Rxc4) 28. Bxd6 bxa4 29. e5


27... Rxa1+ 28. Qxa1 






28...Bb5 29. Qa3 Re8 30. Bf1 Nc8 30... Ng6!? should be examined more closely for e.g. 31. f3 g4


31. Bc5  Kg8 32. Qb3?! 32. d6! should be played


32... Bxc4 33. Bxc4 Nd6 Now black create a  strong blockade on d6.


34. Bd3 f3 35. Qb4 Nf7 36. d6??  This is really a big mistake and now white lost all his advantage.



36... b6 Now white will lost his strong d-pawn.


37. Be3 Qxd6  38. Qxd6 Nxd6  39. Bxb6 Nxe4 40. h3 Nf6  41. g4 h5 42. Bf5 Nd5 43. Ba5 Nf4

43... h4 and Black can already relax 44. Bd2 Nf4 45. Be3


44. gxh5?? Probably white blunder under time pressure. 44. Kh2 is lesser evil.



44... Re5 White will lose on of his bishop. 0-1

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