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UNA BONITA PARTIDA DEL LINARES: MOROZEVICH CONTRA LEKO. LA TOMO DEL INTERNET CHESS CLUB NEWSLETTER DE ESTA SEMANA. QUE LA DISFRUTEN.

Morozevich, Alexander (2741) - Leko, Peter (2749) [E15] (1-0)
Position after 41.Rxg7!
Morozevich, Alexander (2741) - Leko, Peter (2749) [E15]
Morelia - Linares 2007 (9), 03.03.2007
[IM Alejo de Dovitiis]

1 d4 Morozevich has already tried everything with White in this tournament. 1 ..Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 b6 4 g3 Ba6 5 Qb3 [More common is 5 b3 Bb4+ 6 Bd2 Be7 7 Bg2 c6] 5 ..Be7 [5 ..Bb7 6 Nc3 (6 Bg2 Be7 7 Nc3 d5 8 cxd5 exd5 9 0-0 0-0 10 Ne5 Na6 11 Bg5 Quarracino,S-Garzon,E/Villa Ballester 2006) 6 ..Nc6 7 Qd1 Bb4 8 Qd3 d5 9 cxd5 Qxd5 10 Bd2 Qh5 11 Bg2 0-0-0 12 0-0 e5 13 Rac1 Nxd4 14 Nb5 Nxb5 15 Qxb5 Bxd2 16 Nxd2 Bxg2 17 Kxg2 Rxd2 18 Qa6+ Kb8 19 Rxc7 Kxc7 20 Qxa7+ Kd6 21 Qxb6+ Ke7 22 Rc1 Rhd8 0-1 Van Wely,L-Leko,P/Moscow 2004.] 6 Nc3 0-0 7 e4 c5N [7 ..Bb7 8 d5 exd5 9 exd5 c6 10 Bg2 Na6 11 0-0 Nc5 12 Qd1 cxd5 13 cxd5 Nce4 14 Nh4 Nxc3 15 bxc3 Bc5 16 Nf5 Re8 17 c4 d6 18 Bb2 Bc8 19 Nd4 Bxd4 20 Qxd4 Ba6 21 a4 Rc8 22 Rfc1± Lautier,J-Sokolov,A/Aix les Bains 2003] 8 d5 exd5 9 exd5 The game evolves into a Benoni-type of position. 9 ..Re8 10 Bd3 Bf8+ 11 Kf1 d6 12 Kg2 Nbd7 13 h4!? Playing for the attack. 13 ..g6?! A mistake? Black invites White to attack, and this is a big risk if a creative player, such as Morozevich, is in front of you. [13 ..Ng4 14 Ng5 (14 Qc2 h6) 14 ..Ndf6 and Black places his knight on e5 with reasonable play.] 14 Qa4 Bb7 15 h5! Nxh5 16 Rxh5 gxh5 17 Ne4 f5 This move leaves more weaknesses in Black's position. [17 ..Be7!?] 18 Neg5 h6 19 Nh3 Ne5 20 Nxe5 dxe5 [20 ..Rxe5 21 Bf4 Re8 22 Bxf5] 21 Bxf5 Qf6 22 Be4 Re7 23 Qd1 h4 24 Qh5 The queen has regrouped to attack the black king. 24 ..hxg3 25 fxg3 Rg7 26 Bd2 [26 Bxh6 Qxh6! 27 Qxh6 Rxg3+ 28 Kxg3 Bxh6 Doesn't give White much.] 26 ..Qf7 27 Qe2! [But not 27 Qxe5? Re8 28 Qf5 Qxf5 29 Bxf5 Re2+-+] 27 ..Bc8 28 Nf2 Bf5 29 Bxf5 Qxf5 30 Ne4 Now White has a tremendous knight in the center. 30 ..Rf7 31 Rh1 Qg6 32 Rh4 The next threat is ¶g4. 32 ..Kh8 33 Ng5 Rf5 34 Ne6 h5 35 Bg5 Kg8 [35 ..Rxg5 36 Nxg5 Qxg5 37 Rxh5+ winning] 36 Rxh5 Re8 Already on move 36 Black has completed his development, but it's too late to save the game. 37 g4 Rf7 38 Bh4 Bg7 Leko has been in serious time trouble since move 25. [38 ..Bh6 was better than what was played.] 39 Rg5 Qh6 [39 ..Qb1 40 Bg3 Kh7 41 Bxe5] 40 Qxe5 Kh8 [40 ..Qxh4 41 Rxg7+] 41 Rxg7! [41 Rh5 Bxe5] 41 ..Qd2+ [41 ..Rxg7 42 Bf6 Kg8 43 Bxg7 Rxe6 44 Qxe6+ Qxe6 45 dxe6 Kxg7 46 g5+-; 41 ..Qxg7 42 Qxg7+ Rxg7 43 Bf6 Rxe6 44 dxe6 Kg8 45 Bxg7 Kxg7 46 g5+- arriving at the same winning position.] 42 Kh3 Qd3+ 43 Bg3 Rxe6 [43 ..Qf1+ 44 Kh2 Rf2+ 45 Bxf2 Qxf2+ 46 Kh3 Qf1+ 47 Kh4 Qf2+ 48 Kh5+-] 44 dxe6 Rxg7 45 e7 Qh7+ [45 ..Qf1+ 46 Kh2 and the checks end.] 46 Kg2 There is no remedy for Black. If[46 Kg2 Qc2+ 47 Bf2+- A great victory for White, against a player who was unable to defend his castled king.]  1-0

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Ivanchuk, Vassily (2750) - Aronian, Levon (2744) [D38] (1-0)
Position after: 17.Rcc1!
Ivanchuk, Vassily (2750) - Aronian, Levon (2744) [D38]
Morelia - Linares 2007 (7), 02.25.2007
[IM Alejo de Dovitiis]

1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nf3 d5 4 Nc3 Bb4 5 Bg5 Nbd7 6 cxd5 exd5 7 Qc2 c5 The sharp Manhattan variation 8 a3 White doesn't want any problems [8 e3 Qa5 9 Bd3 c4˜] 8 ..Bxc3+ 9 Qxc3 h6 [9 ..c4 10 Nd2 (10 Qe3+ Qe7 11 Qxe7+ Kxe7 12 Nd2 h6 13 Bh4 b5 14 e4 g5 15 Bg3˜) 10 ..0-0 11 e3 h6 12 Bf4 b5 13 a4 bxa4 14 Rxa4 Nb6Ñ] 10 Bxf6 Qxf6 11 e3 0-0 12 Be2 b6 Black opts for playing with hanging pawns. [12 ..c4 13 b3! cxb3 14 Qxb3 Qd6 15 Qb4 Qb8 (15 ..Qxb4+ 16 axb4 and Black would be very pressurized on the queenside.) 16 0-0 Nf6 17 Rfc1 Bg4 18 Rab1] 13 0-0 Bb7 [13 ..a6 14 Rac1 c4 15 Ne5 b5 16 f4 Qd6 17 Bf3 Bb7 18 g4 Rfe8 19 Rce1 Nf8 20 g5± Yakovich,Y-Sargissian,G/Moscow 2007] 14 Rfc1N A new but very logical move [14 b3 Rfc8 (14 ..Qe7 15 Rfc1 Nf6 16 dxc5 Ne4 17 Qe5 Qxe5 18 Nxe5 Nxc5 19 Bd1 Ne6 20 Bf3 Rac8 21 b4 Rfd8 22 h4 Ba8 23 Bh5 g6 24 Bg4 f5 25 Rxc8 Rxc8 26 Nxg6 1-0 Kizov,A-Savic,M/Obrenovac 2004) 15 Rfc1 Qe7 16 Qb2 Rc7 17 dxc5 bxc5 18 b4 c4 19 Nd4 g6 20 Nb5 Rcc8 21 Nc3 a5 22 Rd1 axb4 23 axb4 Nf6 24 Bf3 Rxa1 25 Rxa1 d4 26 exd4 Bxf3 27 gxf3 Nh5 28 Qd2 Qxb4 1/2-1/2 Antic,D-Cabrilo,G/Novi Sad 2000] 14 ..Rac8 15 dxc5 Qxc3 16 Rxc3 Rxc5?! But why not 16...c5? Black has an idea that will be refuted tactically 17 Rcc1! A touch of genius! [17 Rac1 Rfc8=] 17 ..Rfc8 18 Rd1 White temporarily gives away the control of the c-file. 18 ..Rc2 19 Bb5 Nf8 20 Rab1 R2c7?! [20 ..R2c5] 21 Ba4 Ne6 22 Bb3 Kf8 23 h3 Rc5 24 Kh2 Ke7 25 Rd2 White re-enforces his position without haste. 25 ..Rb5 26 Ba2 Rbc5 27 Ne1! a5 Now b6 is weak. 28 Rbd1 Rd8 29 Kg3 Rb5 30 f3 Rc8 31 Nd3 d4? Desperation in an inferior position. [31 ..a4!?] 32 Bxe6 Kxe6 [32 ..dxe3 33 Bxc8 exd2 34 Bxb7+-] 33 Nf4+ Ke7ô [33 ..Kf6 34 Rxd4 Rxb2 35 Rd7 Bc6 36 R1d6+ Ke5 37 Nd3+ Kf5 38 Rxf7+ Kg5 39 h4+ Kh5 40 Nf4#] 34 Rxd4 Rc7 [34 ..Rxb2 35 Rd7+ Kf8 36 Rxb7+-] 35 R1d2 Rbc5 36 e4 Blocking off the bishop completely. 36 ..Rc4 37 Rd6 R4c6 38 e5! [38 Nd5+?? Kxd6] 38 ..Rc2 39 Rxc2 Rxc2 40 Rxb6+- Now would have been a good moment to resign. 40 ..Bc6 41 b4 g5 42 Nh5 axb4 43 axb4 Bd5 44 Ng7 Re2 45 Nf5+ Ke8 46 Nxh6 Be6 [46 ..Rxe5 47 Rb5 and the pin condemns Black.] 47 Rb5 Rb2 48 Rb8+ Kd7 49 Rg8 A good victory by Ivanchuk, demonstrating good technique over tactics. 1-0

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Anand, Viswanathan (2779) - Carlsen, Magnus (2690) [C96] (1-0)
Position after: 27.Ne6!!
Anand, Viswanathan (2779) - Carlsen, Magnus (2690) [C96]
Morelia - Linares 2007 (10), 03.04.2007
[IM Michael Rahal]

1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Nf6 5 0-0 Be7 6 Re1 b5 7 Bb3 d6 8 c3 0-0 9 h3 Na5 10 Bc2 c5 11 d4 Nd7 12 d5!? The latest trend in the Ruy Lopez, avoiding the main lines that arise after 12.§bd2 cxd4 12 ..Nb6 13 Nbd2 g6 14 b4!? Leko's novelty, which he played in a game against Mamedyarov. 14 ..cxb4 15 cxb4 Nac4 16 Nxc4 Nxc4 17 Bb3N And this is Anand' new twist.  [The original game continued 17 Bh6 Re8 18 Bb3 Bd7 19 Qe2 Nb6 20 Rac1 Rc8 21 Be3 Rxc1 22 Rxc1 Qb8 23 Nd2 Rc8 24 Rxc8+ Nxc8 25 f4 Qc7 26 Nf3 Qc3 27 Qd2 Qxd2 28 Bxd2 f6 29 fxe5 fxe5 30 Nxe5 dxe5 31 d6+ Kg7 32 dxe7 Nxe7 33 h4 Bc6 34 Bc2 Nc8 35 Bc3 Kf6 36 Kf2 Nd6 37 Ke3 h6 38 Be1 Nc4+ 39 Kf3 Ω-Ω Leko,P (2741)-Mamedyarov,S (2728)/Moscow 2006/EXT 2007] 17 ..Nb6 [17 ..Bd7 18 Bxc4 bxc4 is quite messy.] 18 Be3 The bishop doesn't go to h6 for the moment. 18 ..Bd7 19 Rc1 Rc8 20 Rxc8 Bxc8 21 Qc2 Bd7 22 Rc1 White dominates the c-file. 22 ..Na8 Black has to misplace his knight to prevent White from playing £c7. 23 Qd2 Qb8 24 Bg5! White exchanges the "bad" dark-squared bishop, but at the same weakens the castled king. 24 ..Bxg5 25 Nxg5 Rc8 26 Rf1! A very good move, preserving the rook for the attack. Black's pieces are stranded on the queenside and can't easily move over to  defend. 26 ..h6 27 Ne6!! Kh7 [If 27 ..fxe6 28 Qxh6 Be8 29 dxe6 Nb6 30 f4 looks very strong] 28 f4! Qa7+ 29 Kh2 Be8 [29 ..fxe6 30 dxe6 Be8 31 f5! gxf5 32 exf5 Qd4 33 Qxd4 exd4 34 f6 and the two passed pawns are just too strong.] 30 f5 The game is over. 30 ..gxf5 31 exf5 f6 Otherwise White plays 32.f6 with a winning attack. 32 Re1 Nc7 33 Rc1 Bd7 34 Rc3 The rook heads over to the kingside. Black is dead. 34 ..e4 35 Rg3 Nxe6 36 dxe6 Be8 37 e7! Threatening 38.•g8+ 37 ..Bh5 38 Qxd6 1-0

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