Grand Prix, Zug: GM Sergey Karjakin Assessed the Position Better Than the Computer

Время публикации: 18.04.2013 23:32 | Последнее обновление: 18.04.2013 23:34

The longest game of the 1st round of the Grand Prix which is taking place in Zug finished in a draw. It was played between Sergey Karjakin and Hikaru Nakamura. The Russian GM got nothing with White and eventually find himself in an uncomfortable endgame. 

KARJAKIN - NAKAMURA

79...Bxd4 Black has no chance to breakthrough without this exchange.
80.cxd4 Kf5 81.Kc3 Ke4 82.Ba3 Bxa4 Black has an extra pawn and its king will surely get to h2. The machines gave the "decisive advantage" to Balck, but this is the example when the computer is wrong: the position is drawna nd this was proved by Karjakin:
83.Bb2 Ke3 84.Ba3 Bb5 85.Bb2 a4 86.Ba3 Bc4 87.Bb2 Bb3 88.Ba3 Ke2 89.Bb2 Bd1 90.Ba3 Kf2 91.Kd2 Kg2 92.Ke1 Bb3 93.Bb2 Kf3 94.Kd2 Ba2 95.Ba3 Bc4 96.Bb2 Ke4 97.Kc3 Kf3 98.Kd2 Kg2 99.Ke1 Kxh2 100.Kf2 Kh1 101.Ba3 Be2 102.Bb2 h2 103.Ba3 Bd1 104.Bb2 Be2 105.Ba3 Bd1 106.Bb2 Be2 107.Ba3 1/2

[Event "Renova FIDE GP Zug"] [Site "Zug SUI"] [Date "2013.04.18"] [Round "1"] [White "Karjakin,Sergey"] [Black "Nakamura,Hi"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [WhiteElo "2786"] [BlackElo "2767"] [EventDate "2013.04.18"] [ECO "C11"] 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. e5 Nfd7 5. f4 c5 6. Nf3 Nc6 7. Be3 cxd4 8. Nxd4 Qb6 9. Qd2 Qxb2 10. Rb1 Qa3 11. Bb5 Nxd4 12. Bxd4 a6 13. Bxd7+ Bxd7 14. Rb3 Qe7 15. Rxb7 Qd8 16. f5 Qc8 17. Rb3 Qc4 18. fxe6 fxe6 19. Rf1 Be7 20. Qd3 Rc8 21. Kd2 Rf8 22. Qxc4 Rxc4 23. Rb8+ Bc8 24. Rxf8+ Bxf8 25. Ne2 Kd7 26. c3 Ra4 27. Nc1 Kc7 28. Rb1 Bd7 29. Ra1 Bb5 30. Nb3 Kc6 31. Kc2 Bc4 32. Kb2 Bd3 33. a3 Be7 34. Nd2 Kb5 35. g3 h5 36. Kb3 g5 37. Kb2 g4 38. Be3 Bf8 39. Bd4 Bf5 40. Kb3 Bh6 41. Rd1 Bd3 42. Kb2 Bf8 43. Ra1 Be7 44. Be3 h4 45. Bd4 h3 46. Be3 Bf5 47. Kb3 Bf8 48. Kb2 Bg7 49. Bd4 Bh6 50. Rd1 Bg6 51. Kb3 Bf5 52. Kb2 Bg5 53. Kb3 Kc6 54. Nf1 Ra5 55. Ne3 Rb5+ 56. Ka2 Be4 57. Re1 Bf3 58. a4 Rb7 59. Rb1 Rxb1 60. Kxb1 a5 61. Kc2 Bd8 62. Kd2 Kd7 63. Nc2 Ke8 64. Be3 Bc7 65. Bf4 Be4 66. Nd4 Kd7 67. Kc1 Bg6 68. Kb2 Be8 69. Kb3 Bg6 70. Kb2 Bd3 71. Kb3 Bb6 72. Kb2 Ke7 73. Kb3 Kf7 74. Kb2 Ba6 75. Kb3 Kg6 76. Bd2 Bc8 77. Kb2 Bd7 78. Kb3 Bc5 79. Bc1 Bxd4 80. cxd4 Kf5 81. Kc3 Ke4 82. Ba3 Bxa4 83. Bb2 Ke3 84. Ba3 Bb5 85. Bb2 a4 86. Ba3 Bc4 87. Bb2 Bb3 88. Ba3 Ke2 89. Bb2 Bd1 90. Ba3 Kf2 91. Kd2 Kg2 92. Ke1 Bb3 93. Bb2 Kf3 94. Kd2 Ba2 95. Ba3 Bc4 96. Bb2 Ke4 97. Kc3 Kf3 98. Kd2 Kg2 99. Ke1 Kxh2 100. Kf2 Kh1 101. Ba3 Be2 102. Bb2 h2 103. Ba3 Bd1 104. Bb2 Be2 105. Ba3 Bd1 106. Bb2 Be2 107. Ba3 1/2-1/2

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