Anand vs Topalov Game 11

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by michiguel » Sun May 09, 2010 5:23 pm

AdminX wrote:[d]8/p2r2k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/5N2/1p2R3/8/8 w - - 0 61
Rc3 draws easily

Gaviota confirms

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        36   1:      0.0    -0.51  1.Ne6+ Nxe6 2.fxe6
       410   2:      0.0    -0.51  1.Ne6+ Nxe6 2.fxe6
      1746   3:      0.0    -0.38  1.Ne6+ Nxe6 2.fxe6 Rd5+ 3.Kg4 Rg5+
                                   4.Kf4
      6180   4:      0.0    -0.46  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rc7+ Kf8 4.Rxa7
                                   Rxf5+ 5.Kg4
      9906   5       0.0      :-)  1.Rc3
     16434   5:      0.1    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Ne6+ Nxe6 3.Rc7+ Nxc7
     26107   6       0.1    -0.10  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rc7+ Kf8 4.Rf7+
                                   Kg8 5.Rxf6
     40027   6:      0.1    -0.10  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rc7+ Kf8 4.Rf7+
                                   Kg8 5.Rxf6
     71377   7       0.2    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Ne6+ Nxe6 3.Rc7+ Nxc7
    100683   7:      0.3    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Ne6+ Nxe6 3.Rc7+ Nxc7
    183027   8       0.5    +0.12  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kh6 6.Rxa7
    225654   8:      0.6    +0.12  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kh6 6.Rxa7
    432184   9       1.1    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 a5 4.Rb7+
                                   Kf8 5.Rb8+ Kg7 6.Rb7+
   1066741   9:      2.6    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 a5 4.Rb7+
                                   Kf8 5.Rb8+ Kg7 6.Rb7+
   1459611  10       3.4    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kg8 6.Rb8+ Kg7 7.Rb7+
   3075038  10:      7.0    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kg8 6.Rb8+ Kg7 7.Rb7+
   4321144  11       9.9    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kg8 6.Rb8+ Kg7 7.Rb7+
   8621331  11:     18.8    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kg8 6.Rb8+ Kg7 7.Rb7+
  12618522  12      28.2    +0.00  1.Rc3 Rd4 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rb5 Rf3 4.Kg4
                                   Rd3 5.Rb7+ Kg8 6.Rb8+ Kg7 7.Rb7+


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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Sun May 09, 2010 5:25 pm

AdminX wrote:[d]8/p2r2k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/5N2/1p2R3/8/8 w - - 0 61
Bad,bad,bad....
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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by michiguel » Sun May 09, 2010 5:25 pm

Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
AdminX wrote:[d]8/p2r2k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/5N2/1p2R3/8/8 w - - 0 61
Bad,bad,bad....
What?

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Edmund » Sun May 09, 2010 5:27 pm

Sven Schüle wrote: Now watch out for this variation: on 61.Rc3!, if Topalov would play 61...b2?? 62.Rxc5! b1=Q? :shock: :-)

For this reason Topalov must answer 61...Rd4, and the rook ending will be quite drawish.

Sven
nice mating-trap indeed after 61. ... b2?, but I am sure Topalov will spot that.

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Dayffd » Sun May 09, 2010 5:28 pm

Uri Blass wrote:topalov may also lose the game(for example if he blunders by
61.Rc3 b2??)
Nice!
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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Sven » Sun May 09, 2010 5:30 pm

Edmund wrote:
Sven Schüle wrote: Now watch out for this variation: on 61.Rc3!, if Topalov would play 61...b2?? 62.Rxc5! b1=Q? :shock: :-)

For this reason Topalov must answer 61...Rd4, and the rook ending will be quite drawish.

Sven
nice mating-trap indeed after 61. ... b2?, but I am sure Topalov will spot that.
Why should he miss that, if even I see it? :-)

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Dr.Wael Deeb » Sun May 09, 2010 5:31 pm

michiguel wrote:
Dr.Wael Deeb wrote:
AdminX wrote:[d]8/p2r2k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/5N2/1p2R3/8/8 w - - 0 61
Bad,bad,bad....
What?

Miguel
Wait and see....I predict a blunder and I wish me wrong....
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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by Aser Huerga » Sun May 09, 2010 5:33 pm

[D]8/p5k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/3r1N2/1pR5/8/8 w - -
Engine: Shredder 12 UCI 32-bit (128 MB)
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19 0:35 0.00 2.Rxc5 Rxf4 3.Rc7+ Kg8 4.Rb7 Rf3 5.Rxa7 b2 6.Rb7 Rf2 7.Kg4 Kh8 8.Rb8+ Kg7 9.Rb7+ Kg8 10.Rb8+ Kg7 11.Rb7+ Kg8 12.Rb8+ Kg7
19 0:39 0.00 2.Ne6+ Nxe6 3.Rc7+ Nxc7
19 0:41 0.00 2.Rc1 Rxf4 3.Rxc5 Kg8 4.Rc8+ Kg7 5.Rc7+ Kg8 6.Rb7 Rf3 7.Rxa7 b2 8.Rb7 Rf2 9.Kg4 Kh8 10.Rb8+ Kg7 11.Rb7+ Kg8 12.Rb8+ Kg7 13.Rb7+ Kg8 14.Rb8+ Kg7
19 0:48 -1.85 2.Nd3 Nxd3 3.Rc7+ Kf8 4.Rc8+ Ke7 5.g7 Nf4+ 6.Kh6 Nd5 7.Re8+ Kd6 8.Rd8+ Kc6 9.Rc8+ Kb5 10.Rb8+ Kc5 11.Rc8+ Kb4 12.g8Q Rh4+ 13.Kg6 Rg4+ 14.Kf7 Rxg8 15.Rxg8
19 1:56 -4.99 2.Ne2 Rd5 3.Rc4 Rxf5+ 4.Kg4 Rg5+ 5.Kf3 Kxg6 6.Nf4+ Kf7 7.Ne2 b2 8.Nc3 Rf5+ 9.Ke3
average search depth 19 half-moves after 1:56 min; evaluation 0.00 means the position is even

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by AdminX » Sun May 09, 2010 5:35 pm

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Re: Anand vs Topalov Game 11

Post by michiguel » Sun May 09, 2010 5:36 pm

Aser Huerga wrote:[D]8/p5k1/5pP1/2n2P1K/3r1N2/1pR5/8/8 w - -
Engine: Shredder 12 UCI 32-bit (128 MB)
Stefan Meyer-Kahlen
19 0:39 0.00 2.Ne6+ Nxe6 3.Rc7+ Nxc7
0.00 means the position is even
NICE!!

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