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Reedik End vs Hans-Joerg Illi
"Reedik and Weep" (game of the day Jan-13-2016)
Orebro Stud olm fB (1966), Orebro SWE, rd 4, Aug-06
Dutch Defense: Blackmar's Second Gambit (A80)  ·  1-0



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Mar-20-07  TheBB: I really liked whites 18th and 19th moves. This was a nifty game. :)
Mar-20-07  RandomVisitor: 4 minutes per move Rybka analysis
(1) End Reedik (SWE) - Illi Hans-Joerg (SUI) [A82]
Orebro Stud olm fB SWE (4), 08.1966
[Rybka 2.2n2 mp ]
1.d4 f5 2.e4 fxe4 3.Nc3 Nf6 4.f3 d5 last book move

5.Bg5 -0.23/16 Bf5= -0.10/16 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 5...Nc6 6.Bb5 Qd6 7.Qd2 a6 8.Bf4 Qd7 9.Be2 e6 10.Nh3 Bb4 11.0–0 0–0= -0.23/16 ]

6.fxe4 -0.18/17 dxe4= 0.00/17 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 6...Nxe4 7.Nxe4 dxe4 8.Ne2 Nc6 9.d5 Nb4 10.Nc3 c6 11.Bc4 cxd5 12.Nxd5 Nxd5 13.Qxd5= -0.18/17 ]

7.Bc4= -0.14/17 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 7.Nge2 e6 8.Ng3 h6 9.Bxf6 Qxf6 10.Bb5+ Nc6 11.Bxc6+ bxc6 12.Ncxe4 Bxe4 13.Nxe4 Qh4 0.00/17 ]

7...e6= 0.06/17 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 7...Nc6 8.d5 Ne5 9.Qd4 Nxc4 10.Qxc4 Rc8 11.0–0–0 c6 12.dxc6 Qb6 13.Nge2 Rxc6 14.Qa4= -0.14/17 ]

8.Nge2³ -0.33/18 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 8.g4 Bg6 9.Nge2 h6 10.Bh4 Qd6 11.Bxf6 gxf6 12.0–0 e5 13.Bd5 Nc6 14.Bxe4 Rg8= 0.06/17 ]

8...Nc6 -0.33/16 9.Qd2³ -0.51/17 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 9.0–0 Na5³ -0.33/16 ]

9...Qd7 -0.37/16 10.Rd1³ -0.64/18 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 10.Ng3 0–0–0 11.0–0–0 Qxd4 12.Qxd4 Rxd4 13.Rxd4 Nxd4 14.Rf1 c6 15.Bxf6 gxf6 16.Ncxe4 Bxe4³ -0.37/16 ]

10...0–0–0 -0.49/16
11.0–0 -0.47/16 Be7 -0.41/16
12.Qf4³ -0.55/17 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 12.Bxf6 Bxf6 13.Qe3 Nxd4 14.Nb5 e5 15.c3 Be6 16.Nexd4 exd4 17.Bxe6 dxe3 18.Nxa7+ Kb8³ -0.41/16 ]

12...h6= -0.17/19 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 12...Bd6 13.Qh4 Rhf8 14.h3 Na5 15.Bb3 Nxb3 16.axb3 Qc6 17.Kh1 Bg6 18.Nf4 Bxf4 19.Qxf4³ -0.55/17 ]

13.Bxf6 -0.18/19 Bxf6 -0.16/17
14.d5³ -0.34/18 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 14.Nxe4 Bxd4+ 15.Nxd4 Nxd4 16.Qe3 e5 17.Bd3 Bg4 18.Rde1 b6 19.Nf2 Be6 20.Qxe5 Rhe8= -0.16/17 ]

14...Qe7 -0.28/16
15.dxc6 -0.28/20 Qc5+ -0.28/20
16.Qf2 -0.28/19 e3= 0.18/19 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 16...Qxc4 17.Qxa7 Qa6 18.cxb7+ Qxb7 19.Qa4 Rxd1 20.Rxd1 Rd8 21.Rxd8+ Kxd8 22.b3 Qb6+³ -0.28/19 ]

17.Qf4 0.10/19 Bg5± 0.76/20 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 17...Bxc3 18.bxc3 g5 19.Rxd8+ Rxd8 20.cxb7+ Kb8 21.Qf3 Qxc4 22.Nd4 Rd6 23.Qxe3 Qxa2 24.Nb5= 0.10/19 ]

18.b4 0.76/21 Qxc6 0.72/20
19.Bb5² 0.47/21 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 19.b5 Qb6 20.Qf3 Bxc2 21.Rc1 Rd2 22.Ne4 Bxe4 23.Qxe4 Kb8 24.g3 Rhd8 25.Rf7 Bf6± 0.72/20 ]

19...Qb6 0.35/18
20.Qc4 0.45/18 Bxc2 0.52/19
21.Na4 0.52/20 Bxa4 0.62/19
22.Bxa4 0.55/18 Rd2 0.57/18
23.Rc1 0.46/18 Rhd8± 0.95/20 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 23...Bf6 24.Bb3² 0.46/18 ]

24.Rf7 0.93/19 Kb8 0.86/18
25.Rxc7 0.88/18 a6 1.06/16
26.Rc8+² 0.35/19 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 26.Rf7 Rxe2 27.Qxe2 Rd2 28.Qe1 e2+ 29.Kh1 Qxb4 30.Bb3 Bh4 31.g3 Qe4+ 32.Kg1 Bg5± 1.06/16 ]

26...Rxc8 0.36/18
27.Qxc8+ 0.41/5 Ka7 0.39/21
28.Qc4 0.39/20 Qd6² 0.65/20 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 28...Be7 29.a3 Bf6 30.Re1 Qd6 31.Bb3 Qd5 32.h3 Rd3 33.Rb1 Rd2 34.a4 Be5 35.Re1² 0.39/20 ]

29.Bb3 0.74/18 b5 1.56/18 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 29...Qd5 30.Re1 Bf6 31.g3 g5 32.Qc5+ Qxc5 33.bxc5 Be7 34.c6 bxc6 35.Bxe6 Bb4 36.Kf1± 0.74/18 ]

30.Qg4 1.55/18 Qd3 2.03/19 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 30...Qd7 31.g3 e5 32.Qxd7+ Rxd7 33.Kf1 Bd8 34.Rc5 Bc7 35.a3 Kb7 36.Bd5+ 1.55/18 ]

31.Qf3 1.82/19 Bd8? 4.57/21 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 31...Qd7 32.Bxe6 Qb7 33.Qg4 Bf6 34.Bf5 g5 35.Rf1 Be5 36.Be4 Qe7 37.a3 Bd6 38.Bf3 1.82/19 ]

32.Rc8 4.61/22 Qb1+? #13/8 [Rybka 2.2n2 mp : 32...Rd1+ 33.Bxd1 Qxd1+ 34.Qf1 Qd7 35.Rc1 Bc7 36.Qf3 Qd6 37.g3 Bb6 38.Qf7+ Kb8 39.Qxg7 4.61/22 ]

33.Nc1 #12/14 Rd5 #7/3
34.Qf7+ #6/3 Kb6 #6/3
35.Qxe6+ #5/3 Kb7 317.67/1
36.Bxd5+ 317.67/1 1–0

Mar-20-07  RandomVisitor: "End justifies the means"
Mar-20-07  belgradegambit: I think by move 31 black realized that the End was near.
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  kevin86: Black is at mercy of the white long range pieces most of the came. Black's feeble attempt at counterplay by the pawns only makes the attack stronger for white.
Mar-20-07  Themofro: Good pun to go with the game, referring of course to the old phrase "read it and weap".
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  technical draw: That pun is silli.
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  playground player: This was what they used to call, in gladiatorial games, a slow kill.
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  Domdaniel: Illi fini: this is the end.
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  Domdaniel: A 'Stud olm' is a student olympiad, not an event for, er, horses.
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  Phony Benoni: I wonder if Black has a distant cousin in Korea named Kim.
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  perfidious: Black doubtless became Ill after meeting his End in this game.
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  watwinc: So why didn’t Black play 17 Qxc4?
Jan-13-16  Martin Riggs: That was an "Ill End". ;0]
Jan-13-16  pericles of athens: License to Ill
Jan-13-16  rune ohlsson: Anyhow - Black has a clear advantage after 10. --- Na5

Reedik End was a refugee from Estonia who came to Sweden during the Second World War.

Jan-13-16  jacklovecaissa: This is Reedikulous. Haha!
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  kevin86: White's attack is doomed to succeed says a depressed Hans.
Jan-13-16  Jack Kerouac: Every game's an end game with this guy.
Jan-13-16  DLev: If 16 ... Qxc4 then 17 Qxa7 with a mate threat that is hard to defend.
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  thegoodanarchist: Worthy of GOTD status.
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  maxi: It seems to me that 16...Qxc4 recovers the piece. After 17.Qxa7 Qa6 White has nothing. Possibly Black missed that 16...e3 17.Qf4 and White holds on to the piece.
Jan-15-16  Moszkowski012273: Exactly. 16...Qxc4 is perfectly playable and best.
Jan-15-16  Moszkowski012273: And I think he missed 18.b4...
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  maxi: <Moszkowski012273> When I used to play chess I had a saying (in my head), "If you are going to be subtle better verify twice."
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