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Ivan Cheparinov vs David Navara
Corus Group B (2006), Wijk aan Zee NED, rd 11, Jan-27
Spanish Game: Closed Variations (C84)  ·  1-0

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Jan-27-06  DanRoss53: Now *THAT'S* impressive. For those of you without a computer or the ability to memorize endgame tables: 75... ♔c6 76. ♗d3 ♔c7 77. ♗e4 ♔d8 78. ♔d6 ♔e8 79. ♗g6+ ♔d8 80. ♘c5 ♔c8 81. ♗d3 ♔d8 82. ♘e6+ ♔c8 83. ♗a6+ ♔b8 84. ♔c6 ♔a7 85. ♘c5 ♔b8 86. ♔b6 ♔a8 87. ♗b7+ ♔b8 88. ♘a6#
Jan-27-06  Mameluk: The critical moment of the game is Cheparinov´s 24. Na5. After 24. Rxe4-Sxe4 25. Rxe4-Bxf2 white´s knight stands bad and for example 26. Na5-Rd3! is with nice counterplay of black. With Na5 Chepa gained a tempo and after Nc6 his pieces are simply brilliant. But...

Ba8? - if I remember it was very quickly played. Navara had an easy response 24... Bxf2+ 25. Rxf2-Nxf2 and now Kxf2 is Rd2+ and 26. Nxb7-Rd2 with many threats. 27. Nd6-Nxh3+ 28. gxh3-Rxd6 and black is at least kicking. My comments on Wijk B site about 42... Bc1 are rubbish, it was lost anyway.

Jan-28-06
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  cu8sfan: <DanRoss53> It's got nothing to do with endgame tables. Every chess player and especially masters should know how to checkmate with ♔♗♘ vs. ♔.

If you're a member of ICC type "play kbnk" to try it against an engine.

Feb-15-06  dakgootje: <Every chess player and especially masters should know how to checkmate with ♔♗♘ vs. ♔.> any suggestions then? as i wouldnt have a clue how to win, expect maybe trying to get your opponents king of the edge of board...
Feb-15-06  MorphyMatt: Black could have resigned after 56. ♗xb5
Feb-15-06  MorphyMatt: http://www.markalowery.net/Chess/Ch... might help.
Feb-15-06  MorphyMatt: http://www.princeton.edu/~jedwards/...
might also help.
Feb-15-06  MorphyMatt: To test yourself try http://www.academicchess.com/play/B...
Feb-15-06  dakgootje: <MorphyMatt> Thank you! after 3 times i finally succeeded in mating blacks king of that test, first time it all just didnt work so i reset it, and second time i had the right idea (same as third time) but accidentely did stale mate black
Jun-13-12  avidfan: From 75.Nd7 Kc6 76.Bd3 Kc7 77.Bb5 Kd8 78.Nb6 Kc7 79.Nd5+


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The Black king is now corralled and the White king pushes him into the corner with the White square which the Bishop controls. 79...Kd8
80.Kf7 Kc8 81.Ke7 Kb7 82.Kd7 Kb8 83.Ba6 Ka7 84.Bc8 Ka8 85.Kc7 Ka7 86.Nb4 Ka8 87.Bb7+ Ka7 88.Nc6#

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