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Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov vs Vladas Mikenas
USSR Championship (1967), Kharkov URS, Dec-??
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0



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Jan-27-04  rafaelluiz: Marvelous game. could someone give analisys?
Jan-28-04  Orcinus: <rafaelluiz> I'm not ideal but I'll give it a go. I will deal in strategic principles, leave alone calculations. When I'm against playing that is closed and perhaps defensive and am in an aggressive mood -which is typical- I will often wait for the other side to castle, or where I think he will castle. Then, I will OC (opposite castling) or not castle - a different story. OC activates closed positions especially the pawns. Notice Nezh did not wait for black to castle but weaken the kingside to where 0-0 is doubtful. OC opens the door for counterplay and files can be open with great costs. What's true for files is true for diagnols. Indeed bishops are skillful in doing both offense and defense at once. Note 22 Rxf5 creates an Iso on c6 and how he exploits it.
Aug-01-19  Bobo2002: Maestro rafaelluiz: Yo recojo el guante, de su pedido de análisis. El principio del fin de Mikenas, comienza con la natural, (luego no es natural) jugada 20 b5 del blanco. Que sólamente intenta abrir líneas sobre el recién efectuado enroque largo. Se ha planteado un juego con enroques heterogeneos. 20...Cc5?, bien, con este decisivo error, del negro, comienza un problema táctico de difícil solución. Ahora, el negro amenaza entre otras cosas, 21 ...Axd3 para ganar la calidad. Pero, al mismo tiempo habilitan la jugada "b6" del blanco, lo que ganaría material. Bien, veamos como debió jugar el negro, para proseguir con un mejor juego, que en la partida. A partir de +0.19, (muy pequeña ventaja blanca)20...h4.21 bxc6,bxc6.22 gxh4,Ac5.23 Cf3,dxc4.24 dxc4,Cb8.25 Ae3,Ad3.26 Axc5,Dxc5.27 Df2,Dxf2.28 Txf2,Axc4. Y con +0.67, las negras tendrían un partida jugable, pero no con los problemas que tuvieron en la realidad. Me llama la atención, el error táctico de Mikenas, él no era de cometer ese tipo de errores groseros, quizás haya tenido problemas con el reloj. Pero tambíen, frente a él, estaba nadie menos que Netzhmedinov.
Aug-01-19  Bobo2002: Ahora veamos, el final de partida: El análisis del abandono. Con la jugada 40 Dh8+, obviamente pierden en todas, pero veamos cada una de las cuatro respuestas, como se remata la partida.Las negras tienen 40 ...Cf8, 40...Rc7,40...Rd7, y 40...Re7. 40...Cf8:Esta es la variante en que se pierde mas rapidamente, veamos: 41 Df6+, que a su vez, las negras tienen dos respuestas, 41 ...Rc7, 41 Rd7. Veamos 41...Rc7.42 Cxb7,Dd6.O si 42...Rd7.43 Ah3+,Df5.44 Axf5+ Ce6.45 Dxe6 mate.44 43 Axd6,Rd7.O 43...Axd6.44 Dxd6,Rc8.45 Dc6 mate.44 Df7,Rc8.45 De8 mate. Veamos ahora: 41... Rd7.42 Df7+,Rd8.43 Ah4+ Dg5.44 Axg5 mate.
Aug-01-19  Bobo2002: Segunda Variante,40...Rc7.
40 Dh8+,Rc7.41 Cxb7+ Rb6.42 Dxb8, a partir de ahora, se abren cinco variantes, de los lugares, donde puede ir la Dama negra, sin abandonar la defensa de su propio alfil, Veamos: 42...Db5.43 Cc5+,Rxc5.44 Dd6 mate.O 43...Ra5.44 Da8+,Da6.45 Dxa6,mate. Sub-variante 2:42...Dc3.44 Cd6+,Rc5.45 Da7 mate.O 44...Ra6.45 Db7+,Ra5.46 Da7 mate. (Dentro de ésta línea, el lector puede transponer otras jugadas, pero siempre terminan en lo mismo, por ejemplo si 44...Ra5. 45 Db5 mate) Sub-variante 3:42...De7.43 Cd6+,Rc5.44 Dxb4 mate.O 43...Ra6.44 Db5+,Ra7.45 Cc8 mate.O 43 ...Db7.44 Dxb7+,Rc5.45 Da7 mate, una variante, con el mismo patrón de otra variante que ya vimos. Sub-variante 4:42...Df8.43 Cd8+,Rc5.44 Dxb4 mate.O 43 ...Ra5.44 Da7+ Rb5.45 Ac6 mate.O 43...Ra6.44 Db5+,Ra7.45 Ab8 mate.(también 45 Db7 mate). Sub-Variante 5:42 ...Dd4.43 Cd6+,Rc5.44 Da7 mate y 44 Db5 mate.O 43...Ra6.44 Db5+ Ra7.45 Cc8 mate, y 45 Db7 mate. Y si 41...Rd7.42 Cxc5,Axc5.43 Txb8,Af8.(evitando el mate en "e8")44 Tb7+,Rc8.45 Ac6!,Rd8.46 Df6+,Ae7.47 Tb8 mate. O 46...Rc8.47 Tb8 mate.O 43...Cf8.44 Df6,Ce6.45 Df6+ Ae7.46 De8 mate. O si 42...Cxc5.43 Dg7+ Re6.44 Tf1,Tf8.45 Txf8,Cxd3.46 Tf6 mate.
Aug-01-19  Bobo2002: Tercera variante:40...Rd7.41Dh7+,Rd8.42 Dg8+,Rc7.43 Cxb7+,Cf4.44 Axf4+,Rb6.45 Dxb8,ahora,se abren las mismas alternativas de la segunda variante, con los lógicos retrasos de jugadas, pero con los mismos patrones. 45...Dc1+ es otra variante extrema que nos da Stckfish..46 Axc1,Rb5.47 Cc5+,Rxc5.48 Dxb4 mate.O si 43...Rd7.44 Cxc5+, y se transpone la segunda variante, sabiendo como todo continua y termina.
Aug-01-19  Bobo2002: Cuarta variante:40...Re7.41 Dh7+,Rf6.42 Ce4 mate.O si 41...Rf8.42 Df7 mate.O si 41...Cg7.42 Dxg7+,Re6.43 Df7 mate.O si 42...Rd8.43 Ah4+,Dg5.44 Axg5 mate.O si 41...Rd8.42 Dg8+,Re7.43 Df7+,Rd8.44 De8+,Rc7.45 Cc8+,Cf4.46 Axf4+,Dd6.47 Tc1+, y sobrevienen distintos mates, en la próxima jugada, el lector puede experimentar la variedad.
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