1. d4           f5
  2. Cf3         Cf6
  3. c4          e6
  4. Cc3          d5
  5. Fg5          c6
  6. e3        Fd6
  7. Fd3         o-o
  8. o-o        De8
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در چهارشنبه سی و یکم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 10:22 |
  1. d4              f5
  2. Fg5             h6
  3. Fh4             g5
  4. e4            Cf6
  5. e5             e6
  6. e.f6           D.f6
  7. Dh5            Df7
  8. D.f7           R.f7
  9. Fg3              f4           
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در چهارشنبه سی و یکم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 10:17 |
1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 In this position, White is at a crossroad. What to choose from various well playable options?

3.Bc4 This is the Italian game. Other commonly tried options are 3.Bb5, known as the Ruy Lopez; 3.d4, known as the Scotch; or 3. Nc3, which leads to the Four Knights opening.

3...Bc5 The other alternative is 3...Nf6. The advantage of developing the Bishop first is to prevent the 3...Nf6 4.Ng5 early aggression from White’s.

4.c3 This is the most ambitious approach to try to quickly play d2-d4. Of course the more solid 4.0–0 is not bad either.

4...Nf6 Black continues developing and at the same time attacks White’s e4 Pawn.

5.d4 White decided to ignore the attack on the e4 Pawn, and counter attack Black’s Bishop on c5. 5.d3 instead simply to protect the Pawn is more solid.

5...exd4 6.cxd4 Bb4+ This is a very important check which prevents White from castling at least for now.

7.Nc3 This move blocks the check but sacrifices a Pawn. Black would have no difficulties equalizing after 7.Bd2 Bxd2+ 8.Nbxd2 and 8...d5.

7...Nxe4 Due to the pin over the Knight on c3, this is a free Pawn. Or is it? Well, not quite. White gets compensation and initiative.

8.0–0 Bxc3 9.d5 This is a very fine move which leads to tremendous complications. If White recaptures instead with 9.bxc3, Black would maintain the extra Pawn with a clearly superior position after 9...d5.

9...Ne5 According to today’s standing of opening theory this is an inaccurate move. Better was to retreat the Bishop with 9...Bf6.

10.bxc3 Nxc4 At the moment Black is a Knight and a Pawn up. However, White has plans. If 10...Nxc3 Black would end up losing at least one of the Knights after 11.Qe1.

11.Qd4 This is a strong move to attack both Black Knights and not less importantly also the g7 Pawn.

11...Ncd6 Black is trying to hang on to his extra piece. However, as we shall see, the price will be costly. It was better to castle and give up one of the Knights. It is more important to make sure that the King gets to safety.

12.Qxg7 Qf6 This move seems to solve all of Black’s problems as first. White has to either exchange its strongest attacking piece, the Queen, or to retreat (to g4). However, we will soon see Black’s problems. A better defense was 12...Rf8, although White would have had a strong position in that case also after 13.Re1.

13.Qxf6 This is amazing! In spite of the Queens exchange, White has a winning attack!

13...Nxf6 14.Re1+ Of course White needs to proceed very energetically, and with forceful moves.

14...Kd8 If Black’s King runs the other way with 14...Kf8, White will continue with 15.Bh6+ Kg8 and 16.Re5 threatening with immediate checkmate by Rg5. Now if 16...Nde4 White checkmate in three after 17.Nd2 d6 18.Nxe4 dxe5 19.Nxf6. 16...Nfe4 is a better defense, but White’s attack prevails after 17.Nh4 f6 18.Re7 anyway.

15.Bg5 Now the Knight on f6 is not only attacked, but is also pinned at the same time.

15...Nde8 After 15...Ne4 White could simply capture the Knight on e4 for free, due to the existing pin. Again it looks like, Black has protected everything and is off the hook...And now comes, the final blow...

16.Rxe8+ Another brilliant combination!

16...Kxe8 If Black plays 16...Rxe8 instead, White wins easily after 17.Bxf6+ Re7 18.Re1.

17.Re1+ Kf8 If 17...Kd8 18.Bxf6 checkmates right away.

18.Bh6+ This is much better than just capturing the Knight.

18...Kg8 Even though Black is up a full Rook, it is practically time to resign!

19.Re5 Black can only prevent the checkmate threat on g5 by allowing it on e8. Therefore, Black resigned.

+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 19:12 |
  1. d4               f5
  2. c4             Cf6
  3. Cf3              e6
  4. g3              d5
  5. Fg2              c6
  6. o-o          Cbd7
  7. Dc2            Ce4
  8. Cc3            Fe7
  9. b3             g5
  10. C.e4          d.e4
  11. Ce5          C.e5
  12. d.e5            g4
  13. Fe3            h5  
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 13:45 |
  1. d4            f5
  2. c4          Cf6
  3. Cf3           e6
  4. g3           d5
  5. Cc3           c6
  6. Fg2       Cbd7
  7. o-o         Fd6
  8. Dc2         Ce4
  9. Rh1         Df6
  10. Ff4        F.f4
  11. g.f4        Dh6
  12. e3       Cdf6
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در یکشنبه بیست و هشتم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 13:27 |
  1. e4             e5
  2. Fc4            Cf6
  3. Cf3          C.e4
  4. Cc3          C.c3
  5. d.c3              f6
  6. Ch4             g6
  7. f4           De7
  8. f5           Dg7
  9. f.g6          h.g6
  10. Dg4           Rd8

{11.D.g6           T.h4 }

{12.C.g6              d5 }

11.Dg3               g5

12.Cf5             Dg6

13.Fd3               d5

14.Ce7              Df7

15.C.c8               e4

16.Fe2            R.c8

17.Fe3             Fd6

18.Df2            T.h2

19.T.h2            F.h2

20.g3             Dh7

21.Fg4           Cd7

22.o-o-o            c6

+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در شنبه بیست و هفتم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 12:30 |
  1. e4            e5
  2. Fc4           Cf6
  3. Cf3         C.e4
  4. Cc3         C.c3
  5. d.c3             f6
  6. Ch4            g6
  7. f4          De7
  8. f5  `      Dg7
  9. f.g6         h.g6
  10. Dg4          Rd8

 یک راه زیرکانه برای حفظ پیاده اگر:

11.D.g6           T.h4


11.  C.g6            d5

که یک سوار میگرد.

11.Dg3             g5

12.Cf5           Dg6

13.Fd3             d5

14.Ce7          Df7

15.C.c8            e4

16.Fe2         R.c8

17.Fe3          Fd6

18.Df2        T.h2

19.T.h2        F.h2

20.g3        Dh7

21.Fg4        Cd7

+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در شنبه بیست و هفتم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 12:18 |
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 Bg7 4.e4 d6 5.Nf3 0–0 6.Be2 c5 7.0–0 Bg4 8.d5 e6 9.h3 Bxf3 10.Bxf3 exd5 11.exd5 Nbd7 12.Bg5 h6 13.Bd2 Ne8 14.Be2 a6 15.a4 f5 16.f4 Qh4 17.Kh2 Qf6 18.Bd3 Qf7 19.Qc2 h5 20.Rae1 Nc7 21.Re2 Rae8 22.a5 Qf6 23.b3 Qf7 24.Rfe1 Bd4 25.Qc1 Bg7 26.Rxe8 Rxe8 27.Rxe8+ Qxe8 28.Qe1 Qxe1 29.Bxe1 Nf6 30.Kg3 Kf7 31.Kf3 Nce8 32.Nd1 Nd7 33.Ne3 Bd4 34.Nd1 Nef6 35.Nc3 Ke7 36.Bc2 Kf7 37.Ke2 Ke7 38.Kd3 Kf7 39.Bd1 Ke7 40.Bf3 Kf7 41.Bh4 Nh7 42.Be1 Nhf6 43.Ne2 Bb2 44.Kc2 Ba3 45.Nc1 Bb4 46.Bxb4 cxb4 47.Nd3 b6 48.Nxb4 bxa5 49.Nxa6 Ne4 50.Nc7 Nec5 51.Nb5 Nb7 52.Nd4 Ndc5 53.Kd2 Kf6 54.Ke3 Na6 55.Bd1 Nac5 56.Nc6 Nd7 57.Kd4 Ndc5 58.Bc2 Na6 59.Kc3 Kf7 60.Bd3 Nac5 61.Bb1 Na6 62.Kb2 Nac5 63.Nd4 White wins 1-0
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در جمعه بیست و ششم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 10:26 |
  1. e4            c5
  2. Cc3          Cc6
  3. g3            g6
  4. Fg2          Fg7
  5. d3            d6
  6. Cge2            e6
  7. Fe3          Cd4
  8. Dd2          Tb8
  9. o-o          Ce7
  10. Cd1            b5
  11. C.d4          c.d4
  12. Fh6           o-o
  13. F.g7         R.g7
  14. f4             f6
  15. Fh3            e5
  16. Cf2          F.h3
  17. ...             C.h3        

ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در چهارشنبه بیست و چهارم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 11:21 |
  1. e4           c6
  2. d4           d5
  3. Cc3        d.e4
  4. C.e4          Cf6  
  5. ...           Fd3 

ادامه مطلب
+ نوشته شده توسط علی اصغر در دوشنبه بیست و دوم شهریور ۱۳۸۹ و ساعت 10:45 |

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