Grand Prix Tashkent: Dominguez Blunders Again, Caruana Joins the Leader

Время публикации: 30.11.2012 00:29 | Последнее обновление: 30.11.2012 00:55

After the 7th round of the Grand Prix Tashkent the competition has two leaders: Russian Sergey Karjakin and Fabiano Caruana of Italy. We have already reported on Russian GM's success; Italian was clear in his intentions showing them from the very first move: 1.е4 d5!? Fabiano managed to equalize the position quite quickly, after Dominguez's strange continuation 17.Qe3?! and exchange of queens, Italian got a slightly better endgame. Caruana's inaccuracy  22...h6?! let the Cuban to equalize, but then happened already a traditional in this competition for Leinier one move blunder:  

DOMINGUEZ - CARUANA

31.c4?? Correct was 31.f3 with further activation of the king. 31...bxc4 32.R6d4 Maybe, Cuban didn't see that 32.Nxc4 was impossible because of 32...Bd5 ? 32...Bb5 White losses a pawn and has no compensation for it. Italian easily converted his advantage. 

[Event "FIDE GP Tashkent"] [Site "Tashkent UZB"] [Date "2012.11.29"] [Round "7.5"] [White "Dominguez Perez, Leinier"] [Black "Caruana, Fabiano"] [Result "0-1"] [ECO "B01"] [Opening "Scandinavian"] [Variation "Pytel-Wade variation"] [EventDate "2012.11.22"] 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nc3 Qd6 4. d4 Nf6 5. Nf3 g6 6. Bc4 Bg7 7. O-O O-O 8. h3 a6 9. Re1 b5 10. Bb3 Bb7 11. Bg5 c5 12. dxc5 Qxc5 13. Qe2 e6 14. Rad1 Nbd7 15. Bf4 Rfe8 16. Bd6 Qb6 17. Qe3 Qxe3 18. Rxe3 Nb6 19. Be5 Rac8 20. Red3 Nc4 21. Bxc4 Rxc4 22. a3 h6 23. Nd2 Rcc8 24. Bxf6 Bxf6 25. Nde4 Bxc3 26. Nxc3 Bc6 27. R1d2 g5 28. Rd6 Kf8 29. Nd1 Ke7 30. Ne3 h5 31. c4 bxc4 32. R6d4 Bb5 33. h4 Rg8 34. Kh2 c3 35. Rc2 cxb2 36. Rxb2 Rc5 37. a4 Bc6 38. Rb6 a5 39. hxg5 Rgxg5 40. Ra6 e5 41. Ra7+ Ke6 42. Rd8 f5 43. Rh8 Rg6 44. Rhh7 f4 45. Rae7+ Kd6 46. Nf5+ Kd5 47. Rxh5 Bxa4 48. Ra7 Kc4 49. Rh8 Bc2 50. Nh4 Rb6 51. Nf3 a4 52. Ng5 Kb4 53. Rha8 Rh6+ 54. Nh3 Bb3 55. f3 Rc2 56. Kg1 Rd6 57. Re8 Rdd2 58. Rg7 a3 59. Rxe5 a2 60. Re1 Rb2 61. Kh2 Rb1 62. Re4+ Kc5 63. Ra7 a1=Q 64. Rxa1 Rxa1 65. Nxf4 Ra4 66. Re5+ Kd6 67. Rf5 Bc2 68. Rf7 Ke5 69. Kg3 Rd8 70. Nh3 Rg8+ 71. Kh2 Rh4 72. Rc7 Bf5 73. Rc5+ Ke6 74. g4 Rgh8 75. Rxf5 Rxh3+ 76. Kg2 Rh2+ 77. Kg3 R8h3+ 78. Kf4 Rf2 79. Re5+ Kf6 80. Re3 Ra2 81. g5+ Kf7 82. Kg4 Rh1 83. Rb3 Rg1+ 0-1 

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