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Pavel Eljanov vs Ivan Cheparinov
FIDE Jermuk Grand Prix (2009), Jermuk ARM, rd 11, Aug-21
King's Indian Defense: Orthodox Variation. Classical System Benko Attack (E99)  ·  1-0
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Aug-21-09  ounos: I'm afraid Cheparinov is so demoralized that he is close to resigning chess altogether.
Aug-22-09  Orlin Burov: He won a tournament where Adams participated but he seems a disappointment as tournament player...

SAD...

If team Topalov doesn't find some whiz kid or super GM to assist Topalov,HE HAS NO CHANCE. But I don't think there's such a chance for T.

Aug-22-09  Dr. Funkenstein: You guys may be right, but I think we need to give a lot of credit to Eljanov for his super combination starting with Rxg5!
Aug-24-09  bangkokgambit: what day is this puzzle ?, perhaps Sunday ?? :P
Aug-24-09  Dr. Funkenstein: I think it would be more of a Friday/Saturday puzzle as once the key deflection move is found the other bit is fairly forced as the deadly fork on f7 is combined with the attack down the a1-h8 diagonal. I'm not saying I would solve it :), but the Sunday puzzles usually have more variations in the final sequences it seems.
Jul-31-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 25 done)

1. (0.81): 24...Rg7 25.a4 g5 26.b5 axb5 27.axb5 Rxa1 28.Qxa1 Ng6 29.Be2 g4 30.b6 dxc5 31.bxc7 Qxc7 32.d6 Qf7

(, ---------- 31.07.2010)

Jul-31-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 25 done)

1. = (0.00): 23...Bxf1 24.Qxf1 b5 25.Na5 Qc8 26.Bb2 g5 27.Rc1 Qd7 28.cxd6 cxd6 29.Rc6 Ng6 30.Rb6 N8e7 31.Rb7 Qe8 32.Qh3

(, ---------- 31.07.2010)

Aug-01-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa =25 done)

1. (0.70): 21...Nh7 22.Nc4 Nxg5 23.Ndxe5 dxe5 24.Nxe5 Qf6 25.Bb2 Kh7 26.Nxf7 Qxf7 27.Qd4 Nh6 2. (0.67): 21...Bxg5 22.Nc4 Bf6 23.a4 b6 24.Bb2 Nh6 25.Rc1 b5 26.Na5 Bd7 27.cxd6 cxd6 28.Nc6 Qe8 29.Nf2

(, ---------- 01.08.2010)

Aug-01-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 26 done)

1. (0.62): 21.Na3 Nh7 22.Nc4 Nxg5 23.Ndxe5 dxe5 24.Nxe5 Rg7 25.Qd2 Bc8 26.Nxg6+ Rxg6 27.Bb2+ Kh7 28.Qxf4 Bf2 29.h4 2. (0.55): 21.Nxd6 cxd6 22.Bb2 Bxg5 23.cxd6 Bf6 24.Nxe5 Rg7 25.Qd2 Qxd6 26.Qxf4 Qe7 27.d6 Qe8 28.Qg3 Be6

(, ---------- 01.08.2010)

Aug-02-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 25 done)

1. (0.65): 17.c5 Rf7 18.Kh1 Nf8 19.Nb5 a6 20.Nxd6 cxd6 21.Bb2 Bxg5 22.cxd6 Bf6 23.Nxe5 Rg7 24.Qd2 Bh3 25.Rgg1 Rc8 26.a3 2. (0.57): 17.Kh1 a5 18.bxa5 Nc5 19.Nxc5 dxc5 20.Bf1 Bxg5 21.Na4 Kg7 22.Bb2 Bf6 23.Nxc5 Rxa5 24.Nd3 Qd6

(, ---------- 02.08.2010)

Aug-02-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 25 done)

1. = (-0.14): 16...Rf7 17.Kh1 Nf8 18.c5 Bd7 19.a4 Bh3 20.Rg1 Kg8 21.Bd2 Nh7 22.a5 a6 23.b5 axb5 2. = (-0.04): 16...a5 17.bxa5 Rxa5 18.Nb5 b6 19.Bd2 Ra6 20.Bc3 Kg8 21.Kh1 Nc5 22.Rg1 Na4 23.Bd2 Bh3

(, ---------- 02.08.2010)

Aug-02-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa = 22 done)

1. (0.56): 16.gxh5 gxh5 17.Kh1 Nf6 18.Bxf4 exf4 19.Qd2 Nh7 20.Nxf4 Rg8 21.Rxg8+ Qxg8 22.Rg1 Qf7 23.Nb5 2. = (0.00): 16.c5 Nf6 17.h3 Kg7 18.Bd2 hxg4 19.hxg4 Bd7 20.Qb3 Rh8 21.b5 Bg3 22.Qb4

(, ---------- 02.08.2010)

Aug-03-10  cormier: - - Fritz 12, 99999s/Move ----------


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Analysis by Fritz 12:(dpa =25 done)

1. = (0.06): 15...Nf6 16.Bf1 Rg8 17.Kh1 h5 18.gxh5 Nxh5 19.c5 g5 20.Bb2 a6 21.Be2 Nf6 22.Rg1 Bd7 2. = (0.21): 15...a5 16.bxa5 c6 17.a6 Rxa6 18.Rb1 Ra8 19.Qb3 Qa5 20.Qb4 Qxb4 21.Rxb4 h6 22.a4

(, ---------- 03.08.2010)

Jul-21-14  Xeroxx: Holy Mackinaw ^^
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