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Lazaro Bruzon Batista vs Magnus Carlsen
"Et tu, Bruzon?" (game of the day Oct-17-2009)
II Samba Cup (2005), Skanderborg DEN, rd 7, Oct-21
Formation: King's Indian Attack (A07)  ·  1-0

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Oct-21-05  kvcs: Looks like Carlsen didn't manage his time well.
Oct-21-05  iron maiden: Well-played by Bruzon. When Carlsen was forced to give back the piece his position seemed to just fall apart. Hats off to chessgames.com for today's relay.
Oct-21-05  kvcs: A3CP=> Concludes this game with these variations===>

[29 Rb3] 'she' says: 29 -- Rg6 30 Rb7 Nd7 31 Qb5 Qe6 32 Bg6 Bc3 33 Ra7 Qe1+ 34 Kg2 wins

On [29 Rb3 Qh4], then 30 Rb7 Nd7 31 Rd7 Bf6 32 Rf7 a5 33 Rf8+ Rg8 34 Qf6+ Qf6 35 Rf6 wins

And after [29 Rb3 Qh4 30 Rh3]. this: 30 -- Qf6 31 Qh5 Qf7 32 Ng5 Qg8 33 Bg6 Ng6 34 Qh7+ Qh7 35 Rh7+ Kg8 36 Rb7 wins

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Oct-21-05  firebyrd: <underrated: ... that sucks> Losin' to Bruzon with black should be no cause for big grief in itself. Magnus is doing OK here so far, with 3/7 he is performing about a little above his rating.

I guess both top seeds Ivanchuk and Nisipeanu are unhappier than Magnus at this moment...

Oct-21-05  azaris: Instant classic?
Oct-21-05
Premium Chessgames Member
  Gypsy: It is hard to figure out Carlsen's idea behind <26...Bxb2?!>. I can find no stings after 27.Rb1 Qb4 28.Be4..., nor afer 27.Rb1 Be5 28.Bxc6 Bxh2 (28...bxc6 29.Qxe5+) 29.Be4...
Oct-21-05  underrated: <firebyrd> i am also a bruzon though, it is hard to not like any of the younger players. you want to see them all do good, its only when the get old and greedy and cocky that you can start to dislike them...(i wont mention any names because im in a good mood)
Oct-21-05  acirce: Fascinating game (from both sides)! Magnus thought that 20..Rd4 21.e7 Nxe7 22.Nf7+ Kg8 23.Nh6+ with perpetual check would have been better than what he played, and probably so.
Oct-21-05  Kaspablanca: Oye chico! lo que pasa e que el cubano Bruzon e muy fuerte chico.
Oct-21-05  Gabriel315: lol @ Kaspablanca... Tambien el fue contra un nino chico, no jodas... Ya el lo tenia ganado despues de empezar el juego. No tenia chance el tipo ni con los ojos cubierto
Oct-22-05
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  cu8sfan: <with perpetual check would have been better than what he played> I estimate it would have been better by half a point. (-:
Oct-22-05  lopium: What a strange Spanish! ahahazz. Claro que Bruzon es fuerte al ajdrez, tambien esta mayor que Carlsen, y perder contre este ni˝o puede ser una vergŘuenza inmensa para un hombre como Bruzon. Estoy feliz que ganˇ Bruzon, esta muy lindo! ahahahzz!!!
Dec-02-05  Neurotic Patzer: <lopium> I don't think it would be a shame for anyone to loose to Carlsen and I think it has been very well established that age is not an issue (at least when it comes to young players)
Oct-17-09  RandomVisitor: After 23...Nc6 black is lost. Perhaps 23...a5 holds.
Oct-17-09  dannygjk: Maybe Carlsen is ok after 24...Rb4, and if 25.Rf7, then return the piece: 24...Rb4 25.Rf7 Be6. eg, 26.Qe6, Qg5 27.Bc6, bc 28.Rg1, Qe5
Oct-17-09
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  patzer2: Nowadays there aern't that many "et tu"s
when it comes to those who can claim recent wins against Magnus Carlsen!
Oct-17-09  RandomVisitor: 4 minutes per move:

Lazaro Bruzon - Magnus Carlsen
[A04]

Samba Cup 2005 0:03:20-0:00:17 (7), 21.10.2005

[Rybka 3 ]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.d3 Nc6 4.g3 g6 5.Bg2 Bg7 6.0-0 Nge7 7.c3 0-0 8.d4 cxd4 9.cxd4 d5 10.e5 f6 11.Re1 fxe5 12.dxe5 last book move

12...Rf5 0.18/19
13.Bf4= -0.18/19
[Rybka 3 : 13.Nc3 Nxe5= 0.18/19 ]

13...Qf8= 0.00/19
[Rybka 3 : 13...h6 14.h4 Qf8 15.Qd2 g5 16.hxg5 hxg5 17.Nxg5 Ng6 18.Nh3 Ngxe5 19.Nc3 Nc4 20.Qc1 Bd7 21.Ng5 Nd4 22.Rb1 Ne5 23.Bxe5 Rxe5 24.Rxe5 Bxe5 25.Qe3 Bf6 26.Rd1 Nf5= -0.18/19 ]

14.Qd2= -0.22/22
[Rybka 3 : 14.Nc3 Rxf4 15.gxf4 Qxf4 16.Qa4 Qxa4 17.Nxa4 b6 18.Nc3 Bd7 19.Bh3 Rf8 20.Kg2 Nf5 21.Rad1 a6 22.Na4 Rb8 23.Nc3 Rf8 24.Na4 Rb8 25.Nc3 Rf8 26.Na4 Rb8 27.Nc3 Rf8 28.Na4 Rb8 29.Nc3= 0.00/19 ]

14...g5 -0.22/21
15.Nxg5 -0.22/20 Ng6 0.00/19
16.Nc3= -0.24/20
[Rybka 3 : 16.Nh3 Ncxe5 17.Nc3 Nc4 18.Qe2 Qb4 19.Rab1 Bd7 20.Ng5 Nxf4 21.gxf4 Ne5 22.Nxe6 Bxe6 23.fxe5 Rd8 24.Qd3 Rg5 25.Qd2 Rxg2+ 26.Kxg2 Qg4+ 27.Kh1 Qf3 0.00/19 ]

16...Nxf4 -0.10/20
17.gxf4 -0.10/20 Rxf4 -0.10/18
18.Nxd5 -0.10/20 exd5 -0.10/19
19.Qxd5+ -0.30/20 Kh8 -0.10/19
20.e6 -0.25/17 Qe7 -0.05/18
21.Rad1 -0.25/16 Nd4= 0.00/19
[Rybka 3 : 21...Kg8 22.Qb3 Rb4 23.Qg3 Nd4 24.Bd5 Nf5 25.Qg2 h6 26.Nf7 Kh7 27.b3 a5 28.Qf3 Qf6 29.a3 Rh4= -0.25/16 ]

22.Kh1 0.00/17 Rb8 0.00/18
23.Re5 0.00/18 Nc6 0.91/21
[Rybka 3 : 23...Bd7 24.Rxd4 Bc6 25.Rxf4 Bxd5 26.Nf7+ Kg8 27.Bxd5 Bxe5 28.Nxe5 h5 29.Rf5 Re8 30.f4 Qb4 31.e7+ Kg7 32.Rf7+ Kh6 33.Rf6+ Kg7 34.Rf7+ Kh6 35.Rf6+ Kg7 36.Rf7+ Kh6 37.Rf6+ Kg7 38.Rf7+ Kh6= 0.00/18 ]

24.Rf5 0.91/19 Bxe6 0.91/20
25.Nxe6 0.91/19 Rxf5 1.93/20
[Rybka 3 : 25...Nb4 26.Qc5 Qxe6 27.Rxf4 Nd3 28.Qxa7 Qd6 29.Rd4 Bxd4 30.Rxd3 Qxh2+ 31.Kxh2 Bxa7 32.f4 Rf8 33.Kg3 Bb8 34.Rd4 b6 35.a4 h5 36.Bf1 Kg7 37.b4 Rf5 38.Bc4 Kf6 39.Kf3 Be5 40.Re4 0.91/19 ]

26.Qxf5 1.70/19 Bxb2? 3.87/21
[Rybka 3 : 26...Rg8 27.Be4 Bh6 28.Rd3 Rg6 29.Nc5 Ne5 30.Rd5 Ng4 31.Rd7 Qg5 32.Nd3 Nf6 33.Rd8+ Rg8 34.Rxg8+ Kxg8 35.Qe6+ Kg7 36.Qe7+ Kg8 37.Qxb7 Bf8 38.Qc8 Nxe4 39.Qe6+ Kg7 1.70/19 ]

27.Be4 3.87/18 Rg8 3.87/20
28.Rd3 3.87/18 Ne5 4.91/20
29.Rb3 4.54/18 Qh4? 14.96/12
[Rybka 3 : 29...b6 30.Rxb2 Ng4 31.f3 Rg6 32.Qf8+ Qxf8 33.Nxf8 Rg8 34.Nxh7 Ne5 35.f4 Nc4 4.54/18 ]

30.Rh3 13.43/15 1-0

Oct-17-09  RandomVisitor: <dannyqjk>If 24...Rb4 then 25.Nf7+ Kg8 26.Nd8! Rd4 (Bxe6 27.Nxe6 Kh8 28.Rh5 Rh4 29.Nxg7 Kxg7 30.Rxh4 Qxh4 31.Qe6 ) 27.Rxd4 Bxd4 28.Be4
Oct-17-09  costachess: ...
...
I think that the best black move is

20. ... h6

If 21. Nf7+ the black answer is Kg8

Oct-17-09  WhiteRook48: 30 Rh3!
Oct-18-09  m0nkee1: is too complex for me to understand...
but was 14.. g5 a mistake? seems like Carlsens position collapsed from an attack he started?
Oct-19-09  dannygjk: Thanks RandomVisitor, I see after further study of the position, it looks hopeless from move 24. So I looked at move 23 and 23...b6 resulted in a position with R, B, 4 P vs. r, b, 3 p. White's extra P a passed P on f-file. Even there, a struggle for Black to draw. Most likely a white win, but maybe hope if black can force exchange of the R's.
Oct-19-09
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  kevin86: East Tennessee basketball fans would quote Caeser saying:

ETSU,Brute?

(in memory of Seth Coy)

Dec-23-15
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  Biroldo: Cuban chess is one of the strongest in America and the world as well...with Bruzon, Dominguez and several others already approaching the 2,800 rating barrier.
Feb-10-18
Premium Chessgames Member
  Pedro Fernandez: Here SF8 announces 30.Rxb7 (no 30.Rh3), threatening the mortal 31.Rxh7+ and mate in twelve.


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