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Tiger Hillarp Persson vs Ivan Sokolov
"Persson non Grata" (game of the day Oct-27-2009)
Sigeman & Co (2009), Malmo SWE, rd 1, Jun-03
Reti Opening: General (A09)  ·  0-1


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Oct-27-09  andymac: 46. ... Nf4! and 54. ... f2+! are lovely moves. One of my favourite GOTD - possibly because it's understated until near the end.
Oct-27-09  paavoh: <Phony Benoni> ... or Korchnoi!
Oct-27-09  Andrijadj: Hypermodernism gets crushed in this game...
Oct-27-09  parisattack: <Andrijadj: Hypermodernism gets crushed in this game...>

The hypermodern openings - English, Reti, Barcza, Nimzo-Larsen - have not fared particularly well at the top the past few years...

Oct-27-09  screwdriver: I don't understand 42Qa6. The temporary attack on the undefended c pawn is too easily defended by black. And once the pawn is defended, it leaves white's pieces out of play. Why not try 42Be1 instead. That way if black moves 42...Qc8 attacking the h pawn with the knight, black can respond with 43Bg3.
Oct-27-09  waustad: The knight on the a file was essentially worthless for the whole game. I kept trying to figure out a way to get it back in action, but there weren't good squares that were easy to get to.
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  Once: A funny game. The white Na4 waits for most of the game to sink into the outpost on b6, but then all the action takes place in the opposite corner of the board. The knight sac with 46...Nf4+ was inspired. But then again, is it really a sacrifice when the Nb6 is doing nothing useful?
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  kevin86: A nice attack white will fall very soon.
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  Phony Benoni: <Richard Taylor: Nunn played Persson - in his book he noted how he was (or is) a feared attacking player.>

I wonder if the game is missing because it was played by a NunnPersson.

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  Check It Out: Great game!
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  Once: <Phony Benoni> I think that someone was imperssonating him.
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  patzer2: Black's 46...Nf4+!! sacrifices a piece for a pawn in order to secure a very strong pair of central passers. The ensuing play shows passed pawns don't always have to promote to win.

For example, the deflection 56...e3!, with the threat of the discovered check after 56. Bxe3 Bf4+ , wins by setting up a pin with a mating attack in the final position.

Oct-27-09  ounos: What if White played <57. Be1> instead?

57. ...Bg3+ 58. Kg1 Bxe1 59. Qg2 Bf2+ 60. Kf1 Qh5!

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Quite unbelievably, with such reduced material, no member of the White royal family can make a non-suicidal move! While of course Qd1# is threatened.

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  RandomVisitor: 3 minutes per move:

Tiger Hillarp Persson (2618) - Ivan Sokolov (2669)

Sigeman & Co Malmo SWE (1), 03.06.2009

[Rybka 3 ]

1.Nf3 d5 2.c4 c6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Nc3 a6 5.b3 g6 6.Bb2 Bg7 last book move

7.h3 0.11/18 0-0= 0.25/18
[Rybka 3 : 7...b5 8.d4 Be6 9.Ng5 Bf5 10.g4 Bc8 11.Bd3 Nbd7 12.0-0 Bb7 13.Rc1 0-0 14.Ba3 h6= 0.11/18 ]

8.Be2= 0.05/18
[Rybka 3 : 8.d4 Bf5 9.Bd3 Bxd3 10.Qxd3 Nbd7 11.0-0 b5 12.Rfc1 Rc8 13.Ne2 Qa5 14.cxd5 cxd5 15.a3 Ne4 16.Nc3= 0.25/18 ]

8...b5= 0.18/18
[Rybka 3 : 8...Nbd7 9.0-0 e5 10.d4 exd4 11.Nxd4 Nb6 12.Rc1 Qe7 13.a4 a5 14.Qc2 Be6 15.Nxe6 fxe6 16.cxd5 Nbxd5 17.Bf3 Nb4= 0.05/18 ]

9.0-0= 0.09/17
[Rybka 3 : 9.d4 Bf5 10.g4 Be6 11.Ng5 Bc8 12.Qc2 Qa5 13.Nf3 dxc4 14.bxc4 Be6= 0.18/18 ]

9...Nbd7 0.42/19
[Rybka 3 : 9...Bb7 10.Qc2 Nbd7= 0.09/17 ]

10.Rc1= 0.08/18
[Rybka 3 : 10.cxd5 cxd5 11.b4 Nb6 12.a4 Nc4 13.Qc1 bxa4 14.Nxa4 Nxb2 15.Qxb2 Ne4 0.42/19 ]

10...Bb7= 0.21/19
[Rybka 3 : 10...dxc4 11.bxc4 b4 12.Na4 c5 13.d4 Ne4 14.Qc2 Bb7 15.Bd3 f5 16.d5 Bxb2 17.Nxb2 Ndf6 18.Bxe4 Nxe4 19.Nd3 Qd6 20.Nf4 Rf6 21.Nd2= 0.08/18 ]

11.d4= 0.05/17
[Rybka 3 : 11.cxd5 cxd5 12.b4 Nb6 13.a4 Nc4 14.Ba1 Ne4 15.Nxe4 dxe4 16.Nd4 Qd7 17.Nb3 Bxa1 18.Nc5 Qxd2 19.Rxa1 Bd5 20.Bxc4 Qxd1 21.Rfxd1 Bxc4 22.a5 f5 23.Rd7= 0.21/19 ]

11...Rc8 0.33/17
[Rybka 3 : 11...Qa5 12.cxd5 cxd5 13.Ne5 Rfc8 14.Nd3 Ne4 15.b4 Qd8 16.Nxe4 dxe4 17.Nc5 Bd5 18.Qc2 Qc7 19.Rfd1 Rd8= 0.05/17 ]

12.c5= 0.06/20
[Rybka 3 : 12.Qc2 e6 13.Rfd1 Qa5 14.a3 bxc4 15.bxc4 c5 16.cxd5 exd5 17.dxc5 Nxc5 18.Qb1 Qb6 19.Na2 Nfe4 20.Bxg7 Qxb1 21.Rxb1 Kxg7 22.Rdc1 Rfe8 23.Nc3 0.33/17 ]

12...b4 0.26/22
[Rybka 3 : 12...Qc7 13.a3 Rfd8 14.Qc2 a5 15.Bd3 Nf8 16.Ne2 Ne6 17.Rfe1 Re8 18.Nc3= 0.06/20 ]

13.Na4= 0.05/20
[Rybka 3 : 13.Nb1 a5 14.Nbd2 Ra8 15.a3 Ba6 16.Bxa6 Rxa6 17.Ra1 Ra8 18.Ra2 Qc7 19.Qc2 Ra7 20.Rfa1 Rfa8 21.Ne1 Nb8 22.Nd3 Na6 0.26/22 ]

13...Qc7 0.34/19
[Rybka 3 : 13...a5 14.Ne5 Qc7 15.Qe1 Ra8 16.f3 Ra7 17.Bd3 Rd8 18.Nxd7 Nxd7 19.Qd2 Bh6 20.Qe2 e5 21.Rcd1 Re8 22.Rfe1= 0.05/20 ]

14.Qe1= 0.05/22
[Rybka 3 : 14.a3 bxa3 15.Bxa3 Rb8 16.Qc2 Ne4 17.Bb2 a5 18.Ra1 Bc8 19.Rfb1 Ra8 20.Bd3 f5 21.Nc3 Bb7 22.Be2 Ndf6 23.Ne5 0.34/19 ]

14...a5 0.21/19
15.a3= 0.00/21
[Rybka 3 : 15.Ne5 Ra8 16.f3 e6 17.Rd1 Rfe8 18.e4 Rad8 19.Nxd7 Nxd7 20.Qf2 Ra8 21.Rfe1 f5 22.exf5 exf5 23.Bd3 Rad8 24.Rxe8 0.21/19 ]

15...Rb8= 0.20/20
[Rybka 3 : 15...bxa3 16.Bxa3 Ne4 17.Nd2 Nef6 18.Nf3 Ne4 19.Nd2 Nef6 20.Nf3 Ne4 21.Nd2 Nef6 22.Nf3 Ne4 23.Nd2 Nef6 24.Nf3 Ne4 25.Nd2 Nef6 26.Nf3 Ne4 27.Nd2 Nef6 28.Nf3 Ne4 29.Nd2 Nef6 30.Nf3 Ne4= 0.00/21 ]

16.axb4 0.20/21 axb4 0.40/20
17.Bd3= 0.09/20
[Rybka 3 : 17.Ne5 Bc8 18.f3 Nxe5 19.dxe5 Ne8 20.f4 f6 21.exf6 Bxf6 22.Qd2 Bxb2 23.Qxb2 Nf6 24.Nb6 Ne4 25.Qd4 Ng3 26.Rfe1 Nf5 27.Qd2 Ng3 28.Nxc8 Nxe2+ 0.40/20 ]

17...Ne4= 0.19/19
[Rybka 3 : 17...Qc8 18.Qe2 Ra8 19.Ra1 Qc7 20.Rfd1 Rfb8 21.Ra2 Ra7 22.Rda1 Bc8 23.Qe1 Ra5= 0.09/20 ]

18.Nd2= 0.00/22
[Rybka 3 : 18.Ra1 Rfe8 19.Qe2 Ra8 20.Bxe4 dxe4 21.Nd2 Ba6 22.Nc4 Qb7 23.Qc2 Bxc4 24.Qxc4 e6 25.Qc2 f5 26.Qc4 Rab8 27.Rfc1 Qc7 28.Ra2 Nf6= 0.19/19 ]

18...f5= 0.16/20
[Rybka 3 : 18...Nef6 19.Nf3= 0.00/22 ]

19.f4= 0.04/20
[Rybka 3 : 19.Nxe4 fxe4 20.Be2 e5 21.Ra1 h5 22.Qd2 Bc8 23.dxe5 Bxe5 24.Bd4 Qd8 25.Kh1 Qg5 26.Rad1 Bxd4 27.Qxd4 Qe5 28.Qd2 Qe7= 0.16/20 ]

19...Ra8 0.04/20
20.Nxe4= -0.05/22
[Rybka 3 : 20.Rb1 Qb8 21.Nxe4 fxe4 22.Be2 Ba6 23.Bc1 Bb5 24.Rf2 Bxe2 25.Qxe2 Qb7 26.Rf1= 0.04/20 ]

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  RandomVisitor: continued:

20...fxe4 -0.05/22
21.Be2 -0.05/21 Ba6 -0.04/19
22.Bxa6 -0.05/22 Rxa6 0.03/20
23.Rc2= -0.10/19
[Rybka 3 : 23.Qh4 Rf7 24.Qg4 Rf5 25.Qe2 Qb7 26.Rb1 Ra8 27.Ra1 Raf8 28.Rfe1= 0.03/20 ]

23...Qb7= 0.00/21
[Rybka 3 : 23...e6 24.Qe2 Qb7= -0.10/19 ]

24.Bc1= -0.11/19
[Rybka 3 : 24.Qh4 Rf7 25.Qg4 Rf5 26.Bc1 Ra8 27.Rd1 Raf8 28.Ra2 e6 29.Qh4 Bf6 30.Qe1 Bg7 31.Bd2= 0.00/21 ]

24...Raa8= 0.04/18
[Rybka 3 : 24...Qb5 25.Qe2 e6 26.Ra2 Rfa8 27.Rd1 Bf8 28.Qg4 Kf7 29.Qh4 Bg7 30.Qe1= -0.11/19 ]

25.Rcf2= -0.14/19
[Rybka 3 : 25.Qe2 Rf6 26.Ra2 Rf5 27.Rd1 e6 28.Kh1 g5 29.g3 gxf4 30.gxf4 Rf6 31.Rg1 Rh6 32.Kh2 Rg6= 0.04/18 ]

25...Bf6= 0.00/20
[Rybka 3 : 25...Rf7 26.Ra2 Raf8 27.Rff2 e6 28.Qd1 Kh8 29.Qg4 Rf5 30.Qd1 h6 31.Qg4 Kh7 32.Qh4 R5f7 33.Qg4= -0.14/19 ]

26.g3= -0.16/18
[Rybka 3 : 26.Rc2 Bg7= 0.00/20 ]

26...Rf7= 0.00/20
[Rybka 3 : 26...e6 27.Bd2 Kg7 28.Qe2 Bd8 29.Ra1 Nf6 30.Rff1 Bc7 31.Rfd1 h6 32.Re1 Nh5 33.Kh2 Ba5= -0.16/18 ]

27.Qe2= -0.14/19
[Rybka 3 : 27.Ra2 Bg7 28.Rff2 Rff8 29.Rfc2 Qb5 30.Qe2 Qb7 31.Bd2 Kf7 32.Qg4 e6 33.Be1 Qb5 34.Qe2 Qb7= 0.00/20 ]

27...Rg7= 0.00/19
[Rybka 3 : 27...e6 28.Bd2 Rff8 29.Rc1 Bd8 30.Rff1 Nf6 31.g4 h6 32.Be1 Nd7 33.Ra1 Be7 34.Bg3 Kg7 35.Kg2= -0.14/19 ]

28.h4 -0.35/21
[Rybka 3 : 28.Bd2 e6 29.Kg2 Re7 30.Ra1 Bg7 31.Rff1 Ree8 32.Rfb1 Ra7 33.Ra2 Rea8 34.Qe1 Rb8 35.Qe2 Rba8 36.Qe1 Rb8 37.Qe2 Rba8 38.Qe1 Rb8 39.Qe2 Rba8 40.Qe1 Rb8 41.Qe2 Rba8 42.Qe1 Rb8 43.Qe2= 0.00/19 ]

28...h6= 0.00/20
[Rybka 3 : 28...h5 29.Qe1 e6 30.Rb2 Bd8 31.Bd2 Nf6 32.Bxb4 Ng4 33.Bc3 Qa6 34.Qd2 Rb7 35.Re1 Rab8 36.Qd1 Kg7 37.Qc2 Kh7 38.Rbb1 -0.35/21 ]

29.Rh2= -0.21/18
[Rybka 3 : 29.Qg4 Kf7 30.Qh3 h5 31.Ra2 e6 32.Bd2 Rgg8 33.Rfa1 Bg7 34.Qf1 Rgf8 35.Qe1 Kg8 36.Qe2= 0.00/20 ]

29...e6= -0.12/18
[Rybka 3 : 29...h5 30.Rff2 e6 31.g4= -0.21/18 ]

30.g4 -0.11/20 g5 0.26/18
[Rybka 3 : 30...Bd8 31.g5 h5 32.Rd1 Bc7 33.Qe1 Rf7 34.Ra2 Qc8 35.Qg3 Qb8 36.Qh3 Nf8 37.Bd2 Qb5 38.Be1 Kg7= -0.11/20 ]

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  RandomVisitor: continued:

31.fxg5= -0.08/22
[Rybka 3 : 31.hxg5 hxg5 32.f5 exf5 33.Rxf5 Rf8 34.Bd2 Bd8 35.Qf1 Rff7 36.Rh6 Rh7 37.Rg6+ Rfg7 38.Rxg7+ Rxg7 39.Be1 Bc7 40.Kg2 Bb8 41.Bg3 Bxg3 42.Kxg3 Qc7+ 43.Kg2 Qa5 0.26/18 ]

31...hxg5 -0.08/20
32.h5 -0.08/23 Rf7 -0.08/21
33.Rhf2 -0.08/23 Raf8 -0.08/20
34.Bb2= -0.13/22
[Rybka 3 : 34.Kg2 Qc7 35.Kh3 Qa7 36.Kg2 Qa5 37.Bb2= -0.08/20 ]

34...Qb8= -0.08/22
[Rybka 3 : 34...Bd8 35.Rxf7 Rxf7 36.Rxf7 Kxf7 37.Bc1 Nf6 38.Kg2 Bc7 39.Bd2 Bb8 40.Qf2 Kg7 41.Kh3 Qb5 42.Nb6 Qa6= -0.13/22 ]

35.Kg2 -0.08/20 Bd8= 0.00/25
[Rybka 3 : 35...Qc7 36.Bc1 Qc8 37.Bd2 Qb7 38.Bc1 Qc7 39.Kh3 Qa7 40.Kg2= -0.08/20 ]

36.Rxf7 0.00/25 Rxf7 0.00/24
37.Rxf7 0.00/24 Kxf7 0.00/23
38.Bc1 0.00/21 Nf6 0.00/20
39.Kh3= -0.15/23
[Rybka 3 : 39.Bd2 Bc7 40.Be1 Qe8 41.Qf2 Kg7 42.Kh3 Qc8 43.Nb6 Qa6 44.Bd2= 0.00/20 ]

39...Bc7 -0.15/21
40.Bd2 -1.14/22
[Rybka 3 : 40.Qf1 Kg7 41.Nb6 Bxb6 42.cxb6= -0.15/21 ]

40...e5 -1.14/21
41.dxe5 -0.98/21 Bxe5 -0.58/20
42.Qa6? -2.18/20
[Rybka 3 : 42.Nb6 Qe8 43.Bxb4 Qe6 44.Be1 Kg7 45.Bg3 Bxg3 46.Kxg3 Qe5+ 47.Kh3 Qa1 -0.58/20 ]

42...Qc7 -1.78/18
43.Bxb4 -1.78/20 Qd7 -1.78/21
44.Qe2 -1.62/20 Nxh5 -1.22/19
45.Nb6?? -5.12/18
[Rybka 3 : 45.Bc3 Bxc3 46.Nxc3 Nf6 47.b4 Qa7 48.Nd1 Kg6 49.Qf2 Qa1 50.Qe1 Nxg4 51.Kxg4 Qh8 52.Qf2 Qh5+ 53.Kg3 Qxd1 54.Kh2 Qh5+ 55.Kg2 Qg4+ -1.22/19 ]

45...Qe6 -4.72/15
46.Qf2 + -6.17/15
[Rybka 3 : 46.Nc4 dxc4 -4.72/15 ]

46...Nf4+ -6.05/15
47.exf4 -8.53/15 Qh6+ -8.36/16
48.Kg2 -8.44/16 gxf4 -7.80/14
49.Bd2? -#20/13
[Rybka 3 : 49.Kg1 f3 -7.80/14 ]

49...f3+ -#19/13
50.Kg1 -#18/13 Qh3 -#16/14
51.Be3 -#16/13 Qxg4+? -33.62/18
[Rybka 3 : 51...d4 52.Bf4 -#16/13 ]

52.Kf1 -23.83/16 Bg3? -13.10/15
[Rybka 3 : 52...Qh3+ 53.Kg1 -23.83/16 ]

53.Qa2 -13.25/14 Qh3+ -13.08/15
54.Kg1 -13.23/14 f2+ -13.04/15
55.Bxf2 -13.37/14 Bh2+ -9.95/9
56.Kh1 -13.36/15 e3 -13.21/14
57.Bg1? -#6/3
[Rybka 3 : 57.Be1 Bg3 + -13.21/14 ]

57...Bg3+ -#6/3
58.Bh2 -#5/3 Qf1+ -#5/3
59.Bg1 -#4/6 Bf2 -#5/3

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  RandomVisitor: 40.Bd2 and 42.Qa6 seem to be fatal mistakes for white.
Oct-27-09  ROO.BOOKAROO: Does anybody ever read the copious and overwhelming Rybka analyses offered by Random Visitor? If anybody does, can he/she say if this improves the understanding of the tactics of the game, and if anything is remembered afterwards? I, for one, gladly skip them, more interested in focusing on and engraving in memory the key moves of this game.
Oct-27-09  WhiteRook48: ouch!
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  Check It Out: I appreciate <Random Visitor>'s analytic posts; they present an objective point of view that can be referred to if so desired while appreciating the art/combat of the game and it's moves. I don't think it is "overwhelming" and in the grand scheme of things doesn't take up much blog space. Skip it if you don't like it, but asking for a public consensus against <RV>'s posts seems like the waste of space on this page.
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  patzer2: <ROO.BOOKAROO> I read and appreciate them. For example, in this game White's problems begin with 40. Bd2? Instead, 40. Qf1 = holds. <RV>'s deep Rybka analysis finds it rather quickly, and saves a lot of time and effort in trying to figure out where the game was won or lost.

P.S.: Those of us involved in the GM versus the World games can testify to the strength and helpfulness of RV's analysis. I daresay even some GM's find it useful.

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  sackman: I also appreciate Random Visitor's posts, in this case I found it interesting that Rykba was assessing the position as equal for much longer than I was. (Perhaps unlike Rykba my assessments are biased by knowing the outcome in advance.) As noted by Check It Out, skip these if they don't appeal to you; personally I appreciate it if someone is trying to help us understand the game better. (PS very nice GOTD!)
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  RandomVisitor: All, thanks for the support. I am trying to find a way to shorten the posts. I am using a computer program to format the whole-game analysis and I need to make a few more modifications.

After 39...Bc7:

<[-0.01] d=28 40.Nb6> Bxb6 41.cxb6 Qxb6 42.Bd2 Kg8 43.Qf1 Nd7 44.Qe1 05:18:06 5083403kN, tb=9229

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  Once: <RV> I find your posts very informative and helpful, and definitely one of the strengths of

Sure, they won't appeal to everyone. But then we are all looking for slightly different things from the game and from this site. If someone's main aim is to improve understanding, then they should look for posts with shorter variations and more text. On the other hand, if you want to know the objective truth about a position - ie what should have happened with best play - <RV's> posts are probably the best for doing that.

At the risk of overusing a cliche - "chess is a sea where a gnat may drink and an elephant can bathe".

Oct-28-09  Bdellovibrio: I do appreciate RV's posts, even if I have a little bit of trouble understanding them! Not to be a picky customer, but Rybka's refutations to bad moves would really be a nice edition, although that would increase the length considerably. One question: what does the number to the right of the dash next to the evaluation mean? Example: -.46/<<<18>>> Keep it up Random Visitor!
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