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Magnus Carlsen vs Michael Adams
Baku Grand Prix (2008), Baku AZE, rd 12, May-04
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation (E37)  ·  1-0

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May-05-08  Magnusch: After black played 53.. f4 , I was thinking 54 Bxf4 was winning.

54.. Nxf4 55 Ke3 Nd3 56 Rd6+ (or Ra7+) K move and 57 Kxe4 Nxc5+ 58 Kd5. And now an endgame Rook - Knight. Isn't this winning? If it is winning, is it difficult to win (number of moves and so on)?

Tank you great players for an answer!

May-05-08  euripides: <Magnusch> R vs N is generally drawn, with two main exceptions: if the knight is separated from its king, or if the pieces get themeslves in a tangle in the corner, the rook may win.
May-05-08  Magnusch: <euripides> Thank you for your answer! Seems logic. Knight stronger than bishop in shorter distance, and if it is a long way from the king it cant move so fast as the bishop. And the knight don't feel so good near a corner.
May-05-08  karik: Damn I hate those arbiter moves! Adams surely didn't play 56. -Kd5 but the stupid arbiter did. And it will be repeated in every game collection from now on.
May-05-08  hardliner: Adams had only 39 sec on the last three moves before time control. Typical Carlsen to get this kind of game development, basically winning the game in the last moves before time control.

And yes <karik>, the arbiter moves should be prohibited. There must be an other solution!

May-06-08  Atking: <<Whiteshark> Shipov recommends <26…Ne5!> with the idea 27.Rd1 a5! 28.bxa5 Rxa5 29.Bxd5 Ke8! 30.e4 Rxc5 31.Bxb7 "with absolute equality".> On the obvious 27.Bxd5 I suppose 27...Nd3+ 28.Kg3 Rah8 with R4h5 (xBd5)orh6 (on f4) and Rg5org6 mate!? But what if simply White plays 31.Ba3 ?
Jun-02-08  PinnedPiece: <karik: Damn I hate those arbiter moves! Adams surely didn't play 56. -Kd5 but the stupid arbiter did.>

????
Could someone explain? Seems to say a third party can write down unplayed moves....

Jun-05-08  Jolly Wally: @PinnedPiece - I think he's referring to the means by which the arbiter tells the computer system that a game is finished when a player resigns. From what I know this involves placing the white king on d5, and I think the black king on e4? Something like that... Anyway in some situations like here, this move the move is still legal, and so the system registers it as a move and this is then broadcasted, to the confusion of many.
Jun-07-08  PinnedPiece: How interesting, and archaic!
Dec-31-08  sozinattack: Sorcery by Carlsen.
Nov-10-12  fisayo123: This is like white plays to win. Every white move from the exchange puts Adams to the sword. Carlsen is a wizard!
Aug-01-14
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  whiteshark: Artur Jussupow and Jan Gustafsson gave a fine lecture on this game: http://www.chessdom.com/magnus-carl...
Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 30

1. (17.50): 57.Kxg2 Bb5 58.Rb6 Bd7 59.Kf3 Ba4 60.Kxf4 Bd7 61.Kf3 Ba4 62.Ra6 Be8 63.Kf4 Ke6 64.Bf8+ Kf7 65.Bh6 Bb5 66.Rd6 Ke7 67.Bg7 Kf7 68.Be5 Ke7 69.Rb6 Bc4 70.c6 Bf1 71.Rb7+ Ke6 72.Rd7 Bh3 73.Rd6+ Kf7 74.Rd2 Ke7 75.Rb2 Ke8 76.Rb8+ Ke7 77.Rb7+ Ke6 78.Rd7 Bf1 79.Rd6+ Kf7 80.Rf6+ Kg8 81.c7 Bh3 82.Rh6

2. (16.91): 57.Rxc6 Ne3 58.Rc7 Nc4 59.Bxf4 Na5 60.Kf3 Nc4 61.Rc8 Na5 62.Kf2 Ke4 63.Bd2 Nc4 64.c6 Nd6 65.Rd8 Nb5 66.Rd7 Ke5 67.Kf3 Ke6 68.Bf4 Kf6 69.Rd5 Na7 70.c7 Kf7 71.Kf2 Kg7 72.Rd8 Kh7 73.Bg5 Nc8 74.Rxc8 Kg7 75.Be3 Kf7 76.Rh8 Ke7 77.Rh7+ Kf6 78.c8Q

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 32:

1. (3.70): 54...Bd5 55.Bf8 Ne3 56.Rxf4 Nc4 57.Rf6 Kc8 58.Ke2 Ne5 59.Bd6 Nc6 60.Bg3 Kb7 61.Rd6 Bb3 62.Kd3 Bg8 63.Be1 Bb3 64.Ke3 Kc7 65.Rh6 Bc2 66.Bg3+ Kb7 67.Rf6 Bb3 68.Rh6 Bd5

2. (5.88): 54...Bc6 55.Ra7+ Ke6 56.Ra6 Bb7 57.Rb6 Ba8 58.Bf8+ Kd7 59.Rd6+ Kc8 60.c6 Ne3 61.Re6 Kd8 62.Be7+ Kc7 63.Bd6+ Kxc6 64.Bxf4+ Kd5 65.Rxe3 Kd4 66.Be5+ Kd5 67.Bb2 Bb7 68.Rd3+ Ke6 69.Ke3 Kf5 70.Rd4 Bc6 71.Rf4+ Ke6 72.Kd4 Ba8 73.Kc5 Ke7

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 26:

1. (2.14): 51...Nd3+ 52.Kg3 Kb7 53.Ra4 Bd5 54.Rd4 Be4 55.Kh2 Ne1 56.Rd7+ Kc8 57.Ra7 Nxg2 58.Kg3 Ne1 59.Bd6 Kd8 60.Rxa6 Kd7 61.Kf4 Nd3+ 62.Ke3 Nb4 63.Ra4 Nc6 64.Ra2 Nb4 65.Rb2 Nd5+ 66.Kd4 Kc6

2. (2.77): 51...Bd5 52.Rxa6 Bxg2 53.Rf6 Be4 54.Bd6 Nd3+ 55.Ke3 Kb7 56.Kd4 Nb4 57.Kc4 Nc6 58.Rh6 Bf3 59.Rh2 Be4 60.Bf4 Bf3 61.Rh3 Be4 62.Rh6 Ka6 63.Bc7 Kb7 64.Bh2 Ka6 65.Bf4 Bf3 66.Rf6 Be4 67.Bc7 Kb7 68.Bg3 Bb1

3. (2.89): 51...Kb7 52.Bd6 Nd5 53.Ra3 Kc6 54.Rxa6+ Kb5 55.Ra7 Nb4 56.Re7 Nd5 57.Rb7+ Kc6 58.Rb8 Nf6 59.g3 Nd5 60.Rd8 Kb5 61.Rh8 Kc6 62.Rc8+ Kb5 63.Rf8 Kc6 64.Ra8 Kb5 65.Ra7 Kc6 66.Ke1 Bd3 67.Kd2 Be4 68.Ra8 Kb5 69.Rb8+ Kc6 70.Rc8+ Kd7 71.Rf8 Kc6 72.Ke2 Kb5 73.Kf2 Kc6

4. (2.89): 51...Bc6 52.Bg5 Nd5 53.Rxa6 Kb7 54.Ra5 Nc3 55.Be7 Be4 56.Ra3 Nd5 57.Bd6 Kc6 58.Ra6+ Kb5 59.Ra7 Nb4 60.Re7 Nd5 61.Rb7+ Kc6 62.Rb8 Nf6 63.g3 Nd5 64.Rd8 Kb5 65.Rh8 Kc6 66.Rc8+ Kb5 67.Rf8 Kc6 68.Ra8 Kb5 69.Ra7 Kc6 70.Ke1 Bd3 71.Kd2 Be4 72.Ra8 Kb5 73.Rb8+ Kc6 74.Rc8+ Kd7 75.Rf8 Kc6 76.Ke2 Kb5 77.Kf2 Kc6

5. (3.03): 51...Nxg2 52.Bd6 Kb7 53.Ra4 Bd5 54.Rb4+ Kc6 55.Rb6+ Kd7 56.Rxa6 f4 57.Bb8 Bc6 58.Be5 Ne3 59.Bxf4 Nd5 60.Bd2 Kc7 61.Ra7+ Bb7 62.Kf3 Kc6 63.Ke4 Nc7 64.Be3 Na6 65.Bf2 Kc7+ 66.Ke5 Kc6 67.Kf5 Nb4 68.Ke4 Kc7+ 69.Ke3 Kc6 70.Kd4 Na6 71.Ke5 Nb4 72.Ke4 Kc7+

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 29:

1. (2.55): 49...Be4 50.Be7 Nf4 51.Rb3 Ne6 52.Rb6 Kd7 53.Bd6 Bd3 54.g3 Bc4 55.Kf3 Bf1 56.Ke3 Bb5 57.Bf4 Nxc5 58.Rf6 Ne6 59.Bb8 Ke7 60.Rxf5 Bd7 61.Be5 Nd4 62.Rh5 Nc6 63.Bb2 a5 64.Ke4 Bg4 65.Rh4 Bd1 66.Rh7+ Ke6 67.Rh6+ Kd7 68.Rh2 Ke6 69.Bc1

2. (3.17): 49...Ba4 50.Be7 Nc7 51.Rb6 a5 52.Bd6 Nd5 53.Ra6 Kd7 54.Bf8 Bc6 55.Rxa5 Bb7 56.Bd6 Nc3 57.Be5 Nd5 58.g3 Ke6 59.Bb2 Kd7 60.Ke2 Nb4 61.Bc3 Nd5 62.Bg7 Kc6 63.Be5 Ne7 64.Ke3 Kd5 65.Bd6 Nc8 66.Bf4

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 30

1. (2.02): 46.Be3 Kd7 47.Bg5 Nc6 48.Rxb7+ Ke6 49.Rb6 Kd5 50.Rxa6 Kxc5 51.g3 Kd5 52.Ke3 Be4 53.Bf6 Kc4 54.Ra4+ Kb3 55.Ra8 Nb4 56.Rb8 Kc4 57.Rc8+ Kd5 58.Bg7 Nc2+ 59.Kf4 Nb4 60.Rd8+ Ke6 61.Rb8 Nd5+ 62.Kg5 Nc7 63.Rd8 Nd5 64.Bd4 Nb4 65.Be3 Nd5 66.Bd2 Ke5 67.Bc1 Kd4 68.Bf4 Kc4 69.Rd6 Nc3

2. (1.44): 46.Ke3 Ba4 47.g3 Bc6 48.Bb2 Ne6 49.Rh8 Bd7 50.Rh7+ Ke8 51.Ba3 a5 52.Rh5 Ng7 53.Rh8+ Kf7 54.Kd4 a4 55.Ke5 Bc6 56.Rh6 Ke7 57.Bb2 Kf7 58.Bc1 Ke7 59.Rh7 Kf7 60.Bh6 Kg6 61.Rxg7+ Kxh6 62.Rg8 a3 63.Ra8 Kg5 64.Rxa3 Kg4 65.Re3 Bf3 66.Rb3 Kxg3 67.Kxf5 Kf2 68.Ke5 Bc6 69.Kd4 Ke2 70.Re3+ Kf2 71.Re7 Kf3 72.Rf7+ Ke2 73.Rf6 Kd2 74.Rf2+ Ke1 75.Rb2 Kd1 76.Rh2 Kc1 77.Ke5 Kd1

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 27:

1. (2.17): 43.fxe5 Bxc2 44.Bd4 f5 45.Be3 Kd7 46.Bg5 Nc6 47.Rxb7+ Ke6 48.Bf4 g5 49.Bxg5 Nxe5 50.Rb6+ Kd5 51.Rxa6 Ng4+ 52.Kg3 Kxc5 53.Kf4 Be4 54.Ra5+ Kb4 55.Ra2 Kc3 56.Re2 Bd3 57.Re8 Kd2 58.Re7 Kd1 59.Ra7 Ke2 60.Ra2+ Kf1 61.g3 Nf2 62.Bf6 Be4 63.Bd4

Jun-03-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 32:

1. (1.11): 40.Rh8+ Kf7 41.f4 Rxe4 42.Bxe4 Bxe4 43.g4 Nf8 44.Bd2 Ne6 45.Ke3 Bc6 46.Bb4 Nc7 47.Kd3 Nd5 48.Bd2 a5 49.Kc2 Ne7 50.Rh3 Bd7 51.Rg3 a4 52.Kb2 f5 53.g5 Nd5 54.Ka3 Kg6 55.Rh3 Bc6 56.Bc1 Kf7 57.Rh5 Kg6 58.Rh2 Nc7 59.Be3

2. (0.94): 40.f4 Kg8 41.Rh2 Bxe4 42.Bb3 Bd5 43.fxe5 Bxb3 44.exf6 gxf6 45.Ke2 Bd5 46.Kd3 Bc6 47.g3 Nf8 48.Bf4 Kf7 49.Bc7 Ne6 50.Bb6 Ng5 51.Kc4 Nf3 52.Rh8 Ke6 53.Kb4 Ne5 54.Rd8 Kf5 55.Rd4 Kg5 56.Bd8 Bb5 57.Rd5 Kf5 58.Bb6 Bc6

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 23:

1. (0.63): 37...Re5 38.Bc2 Be8 39.g4 Nxc5 40.Bd4 b6 41.Bxe5 fxe5 42.Ke3 a5 43.Rd1 a4 44.Rd5 Ke6 45.Kd2 Bd7 46.Kc3 Na6 47.Rd1 b5 48.Bd3 b4+ 49.Kc2 Nc7 50.Bc4+ Ke7 51.Rb1 b3+ 52.Kb2 Ne6 53.Rh1 Kd6

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 28:

1. (0.67): 35...Ke7 36.Bc2 Be8 37.g4 Rd5 38.Bb3 Rd7 39.Rh8 Nc6 40.Rg8 Nxd4 41.exd4 Rxd4 42.Rxg7+ Kd8 43.Rxb7 Rd3 44.Rb6 Kc7 45.Bc4 Rc3 46.Be2 Bc6 47.Rxa6 Rxc5 48.Bd3 Re5 49.Ra7+ Kd6 50.Ra1 Re8 51.Rh1 Bd5 52.Rh6 Ke7 53.Ke3 Ra8 54.Rh5 Bc6 55.Rh7+ Ke6 56.Rc7 Bd5

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 28:

1. (0.32): 33...Rc8 34.Nxg5 Nxg5 35.Bd5 Rc7 36.e4 Kd7 37.Be3 Ne6 38.g4 Bc6 39.Bc4 Ke7 40.Ra5 Rc8 41.Kg3 Rd8 42.Ra2 Rd1 43.Ra3 Nd4 44.Ra5 Ne6 45.Ra2 Rd8 46.Ra3 Rh8 47.Bd5 Bxd5 48.exd5

2. (0.36): 33...Rd7 34.Bc2 Ke7 35.Nxg5 Nxg5 36.Bc3 Ne6 37.Bb4 Kf7 38.Bb3 Rd3 39.Ba2 f5 40.Rb1 Kf6 41.Rc1 Kf7 42.Bc3 Rd8 43.Ba5 Rd3 44.Rc2 Kf6 45.Bc3+ Ke7 46.Bb4 Kf7 47.Rd2 Rxd2+ 48.Bxd2 Ke7 49.Bb4 Kd7 50.Bb1 g6 51.Ba2 Nc7 52.e4 fxe4 53.fxe4 Bc6 54.Ke3 Ne6

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 28

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1. (0.36): 31.Ba3 Bc6 32.Nc7 Rc8 33.Ne6+ Ke7 34.Nxg5 Nxg5 35.Bb4 Ne6 36.Rd1 Rd8 37.Rc1 Rh8 38.Bc4 Ra8 39.Ra1 Rd8 40.Kg3 Ra8 41.Bb3 Rh8 42.Rd1 Rd8 43.Rxd8 Nxd8 44.Bc2 Ne6 45.Kf2 Kf7 46.Bf5 g6 47.Bc2 Bb5 48.Bb3

2. (0.31): 31.Nc7 Rc8 32.Ne6+ Ke8 33.Nxg5 Nxg5 34.Ba3 a5 35.e4 Bc6 36.Ke3 Ke7 37.Bd5 Ne6 38.Rb1 Kd7 39.Rb6 Nc7 40.Kd3 a4 41.Kc4 Rh8 42.Rb2 Rh2 43.Bxc6+ bxc6 44.Kb4 Ke6 45.Kxa4 Nb5 46.Rd2 Nxa3 47.Kxa3 Ke5 48.Ka4 Kf4 49.Kb4

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 29:

1. = (0.20): 28...Rh7 29.Nxd5+ Bxd5 30.Bxd5 Rb8 31.Be4 Rhh8 32.f4 Nd8 33.Bc3 Ne6 34.g4 Rh2+ 35.Bg2 Nc7 36.Rd1 b6 37.g5 Nb5 38.Ba1 bxc5 39.bxc5 Rhh8 40.Rg1 Rbc8 41.c6 a5 42.gxf6+ gxf6 43.Bd5 Rh2+ 44.Kf3 Rh3+ 45.Ke2 Kd6 46.Bg2 Rh2 47.Bxf6 Rxc6 48.Kd3 Rc5

2. (0.27): 28...Rg5 29.b5 Bxb5 30.Nxd5+ Rxd5 31.Bxd5 Rd8 32.e4 Bc6 33.Rd1 Ng5 34.Ba3 a5 35.Rb1 Ne6 36.Rb6 Kd7 37.Bxc6+ bxc6 38.Ra6 Kc7 39.Rxa5 Rd2+ 40.Kg3 Kb7 41.Bc1 Rc2 42.Be3 Rc3 43.Bf2 Rc2 44.Ra1 Nxc5 45.Bd4 Kb8 46.Bg1 Kb7 47.Kh3 Kb6 48.Bd4 Kb7 49.g3 Rc4 50.Bg1 Rc3

Jun-06-16  cormier:


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Analysis by Houdini d 28

1. = (0.00): 26.b5 Ne5 27.f4 Nc4 28.Bc3 a5 29.c6 bxc6 30.bxc6 Bc8 31.Bd3 Ra6 32.Rb1 Kd6 33.Rb8 Rh8 34.Rb5 Rxc6 35.Nxc6 Kxc6 36.Bxc4 dxc4 37.Rxa5 Rd8 38.Bd4 Rd5 39.Ra4 Kb5 40.Ra2 Rd7 41.Ke2 Kb4 42.Rb2+ Ka3 43.Rc2 Bb7 44.Kd2 Bxg2 45.Rxc4 Kb3 46.Rc3+ Kb4 47.Kd3 Bb7

2. = (-0.16): 26.Bb3 Ne5 27.Bc3 Rh5 28.Rd1 Rah8 29.Ne2 Be6 30.Be1 Ng6 31.f4 Rh2 32.Nd4 R8h5 33.Nxe6 Kxe6 34.Kf3 Rh1 35.e4 Ne7 36.g3 g6 37.Ke3 Kd7 38.exd5 R5h2 39.Ba4+ Kc8 40.d6 Nf5+ 41.Kd3 Ra2 42.Bc3 Rxd1+ 43.Bxd1 Ra3 44.Bg4 Kd7

3. = (-0.16): 26.Bc3 Ne5 27.Bb3 Rh5 28.Rd1 Rah8 29.Ne2 Be6 30.Be1 Ng6 31.f4 Rh2 32.Nd4 R8h5 33.Nxe6 Kxe6 34.Kf3 Rh1 35.e4 Ne7 36.g3 g6 37.Ke3 Kd7 38.exd5 R5h2 39.Ba4+ Kc8 40.d6 Nf5+ 41.Kd3 Ra2 42.Bc3 Rxd1+ 43.Bxd1 Ra3 44.Bg4 Kd7

4. = (-0.16): 26.Kg3 Rah8 27.b5 Rh1 28.Rxh1 Rxh1 29.bxa6 bxa6 30.c6 Bc8 31.Ba3+ Ke8 32.Bb3 Rh5 33.Bc2 a5 34.Bc5 Rh1 35.Bb6 Ra1 36.Nb5 Rc1 37.Ba4 Rc4 38.Nc7+ Ke7 39.Bb5 Rc1 40.Nxd5+ Kd6 41.e4 Ne5 42.c7 Rb1 43.Ba4 Ra1 44.Nc3 Nc4 45.Bd4 Rxa4 46.Nxa4 Kxc7 47.Nb2 Nxb2 48.Bxb2 a4 49.Kf4 Kc6

5. = (-0.19): 26.f4 Rb8 27.Ba3 Ke8 28.Rd1 Rh8 29.Bb3 Bc6 30.Ne6 Nh6 31.Nc7+ Kf8 32.Bxd5 Ke7 33.e4 Bxd5 34.exd5 Kd7 35.Ne6 Nf5 36.Re1 Rh2 37.Bb2 Rbh8 38.Re2 R8h3 39.Nf8+ Kc7 40.Ne6+ Kc8 41.c6 bxc6 42.Rc2

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