8th Tal Memorial 2013 – Babak 3: Caruana Kalahkan Carlsen


Turnamen Catur 8th Tal Memorial tengah berlangsung di Moscow Rusia dan diikuti oleh 10 pecatur top dunia. Turnamen, yang telah berlangsung sejak Rabu 12 Juni 2013, diawali dengan pertandingan catur kilat yang dimenangi oleh Hikaru Nakamura dengan mengumpulkan 7 point dari 9 babak. Peringkat 2 dan 3 ditempati oleh Vishy Anand dan Vladimir Kramnik, masing-masing dengan 6,5 dan 5,5 point.

Sampai dengan saat ini 8th Tal Memorial sudah memasuki babak ke-4, dimana sampai dengan babak ke-3 terdapat 4 pecatur yang memiliki nilai sama 4, yaitu Boris Gelfand, Fabiano Caruana, Shakhriyar Mamedyarov, dan Hikaru Nakamura.

Round 3 Standings:

# Player Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Points SB
1 Gelfand,B 2755 * 1 ½ ½ 2.0/3 3.25
2 Caruana,F 2774 0 * 1 1 2.0/3 3.00
3 Mamedyarov,S 2753 * 1 ½ ½ 2.0/3 2.75
4 Nakamura,H 2784 0 * 1 1 2.0/3 1.50
5 Andreikin,D 2713 ½ * ½ ½ 1.5/3 2.25
6 Anand,V 2786 0 ½ * 1 1.5/3 1.75
7 Carlsen,M 2864 0 * ½ 1 1.5/3 1.00
8 Karjakin,S 2782 ½ 0 ½ * 1.0/3 1.75
9 Morozevich,A 2760 ½ ½ 0 * 1.0/3 1.75
10 Kramnik,V 2803 ½ 0 0 * 0.5/3 x

Berikut ini adalah beberapa partai di babak 3 8th Tal Memorial (beserta analisisnya):

#8th Tal Memorial 2013 babak 3 – [Eventdate “2013.06.13”]: MAGNUS CARLSEN (2864) – FABIANO CARUANA (2774)

1.Nf3 Nf6 2.g3 d5 3.Bg2 c6 4.O-O Bg4 5.c4 e6 6.cxd5 Bxf3 7.Bxf3 cxd5 8.Nc3 Nc6 9.d4 Be7 10.e3 O-O 11.b3  ( 11.Bd2 Qb8 12.Rc1 Rc8 13.Bg2 b5 14.e4 b4 15.Bf4 Qb6 16.Na4 Qa5 17.e5 Nd7 { Kramnik,V (2810)-Aronian,L (2809)/London 2013 } ) 11…Qa5 12.Bb2 ( { The players suggested } 12.Na4!? { as an attempt to keep the bishop pair, e.g. } 12…Ne4 13.a3 { and now } 13…b5 { can be met by } 14.Bxe4 dxe4 15.Bd2 ) 12…Ba3 ( 12…Rfc8 13.a3 Qd8 14.b4 Nb8 15.e4 dxe4 16.Nxe4 Nd5 17.Qe2 Nd7 18.Nc5 Nxc5 19.dxc5 b6 20.cxb6 axb6 21.Rfd1 Bf6 { Kirov,N (2440)-Dorfman,J (2590)/Cannes 1996 } ) 13.Qc1 Bxb2 14.Qxb2 Rfc8 15.Rac1 Ne7 16.Na4 Nd7 17.Nc5 ? { “A blunder.” (Caruana) “I was trying to create a little imbalance which would have been OK if it hadn’t just been a blunder. From here on I have to struggle for a draw.” (Carlsen) } 17…Nxc5 18.dxc5 Rxc5 19.b4 Rb5 20.a3 Qd8 21.e4 { “I thought just exchange as many pieces as possible.” (Carlsen) } 21…a5 ( 21…d4 22.a4 ) 22.exd5 Nxd5 23.Rc5 Qb6 24.Rxb5 ( 24.Qc2 Rxc5 25.bxc5 Qc6 { Caruana } ) 24…Qxb5 25.Bxd5 exd5 ( { Carlsen expected } 25…Qxd5 26.bxa5 Rxa5 27.Rc1 h6 28.Rc8+ Kh7 29.Rc7 Rb5 30.Qc2+ f5 31.h4 Qe5 ( 31…Qf3 32.Rc3 ) 32.Qc3 Rb1+ 33.Kh2 Qxc3 34.Rxc3 ) 26.Rc1 Re8 27.Qd4 axb4 28.axb4 h6 29.Kg2 b6 ( { Caruana didn’t like } 29…Re4 30.Rc8+ Kh7 31.Rc5 ) 30.Rd1 ( { “I could also go } 30.Qf4 Qd3 ( 30…Qd7 31.Rc7 Qe6 32.b5 ( 32.Rb7 d4 ) 32…Qe4+ 33.Qxe4 dxe4 34.Rb7 Re6 35.g4 ) 31.Rc6 Re1 32.Rc8+ Kh7 33.Qxf7 Qf1+ 34.Kf3 Qh1+ 35.Kg4 Re4+ 36.f4 Qd1+ 37.Kh4 { but I felt there’s no need to rock the boat at this point.” (Carlsen) } ) 30…Re4 31.Qxd5 Qxd5 32.Rxd5 Rxb4 { The players agreed that this position is pretty drawish. } 33.h4 Kf8 34.Rd7 Re4 35.Rb7 Re6 36.g4 ( { Also OK was } 36.h5 Rf6 37.g4 ( 37.f4 Ke8 ) 37…Ke8 38.Kg3 Kd8 39.f4 Kc8 { “and I’m well in time here obviously.” (Carlsen) } 40.Re7 ) 36…g5 37.f4 ( 37.hxg5 hxg5 38.f4 gxf4 ( 38…f6 ) 39.Kf3 Kg7 40.Kxf4 Kg6 { and now waiting with } 41.Kg3 { should hold the draw fairly easily. } ) 37…gxf4 38.Kf3 Rf6 { “Here I suddenly have some chances.” (Caruana) } 39.g5 Rc6 40.Kxf4 ( 40.gxh6 Rxh6 41.h5 Rf6 42.Rb8+ Kg7 43.Rc8 Kh6 ) 40…h5 ! { This is what Carlsen had missed. } 41.Kf5 Kg7 42.Rb8 Rc5+ 43.Kf4 Rb5 44.Ke4 Rb1 45.Kf5 Rb2 46.Kf4 Rb4+ 47.Ke5 ( { “The point is that the position after } 47.Kf5 Rb1 { is Zugzwang” (Caruana), however, the players continued with } 48.Kf4 ( 48.Rb7 Rb5+ 49.Ke4 Kg6 ) 48…b5 49.Rb6 Rb3 50.Rb7 b4 51.Kf5 ( 51.Rb6 Rh3 ) 51…Rf3+ 52.Ke5 b3 53.Ke4 { when Carlsen said “I suspect it’s still a draw.” } ) 47…Kg6 { “Really nice, I missed that.” (Carlsen) } ( { Carlsen also pointed out why the pawn needs to be on b6 with the following line: } 47…Rb1 48.Kf5 b5 49.Rb7 b4 50.g6 b3 51.Rxf7+ Kg8 52.Rb7 b2 53.Rb8+ Kg7 54.Rb7+ Kf8 55.Rb8+ Ke7 56.g7 ) 48.Rg8+ Kh7 49.Rf8 ? { Mark Dvoretsky was surprised about this move. He thought White should keep his rook on the b-file attacking the pawn. “Despite that [this] looked dangerous I thought it would be a draw. That was not so, and I think Fabiano played perfectly from here on as far as I could see anyway.” (Carlsen) } ( { “The point is this triangulation } 49.Rb8 Kg7 { to force me to play } 50.Kf5 Rb1 ) 49…Rxh4 50.Rxf7+ Kg6 51.Rf6+ Kxg5 52.Rxb6 { According to the tablebase it is mate in 37, but both players weren’t exactly sure what was going on. “My feeling was that it was winning.” (Caruana) } 52…Ra4 53.Rb8 Kg4 54.Rg8+ Kf3 55.Rf8+ Kg3 ( 55…Ke3? 56.Rb8 Ra5+ 57.Kf6 h4 58.Rb4 Rh5 59.Kg6 Rh8 60.Kg7 { Carlsen } ) 56.Rg8+ Kh2 ( 56…Rg4? 57.Ra8 Rf4!? ( 57…h4 58.Ra3+ Kg2 59.Kf5 ) 58.Ra1! Rf2 59.Ra8 { tablebase. } ) 57.Kf5 h4 58.Rb8 h3 59.Kg5 Re4 ! { An excellent move. It’s basically a different version of “bridge building”. } ( 59…Ra2 { is the only other move that wins. } ) 60.Kf5 ( 60.Rb2+ Kg1 61.Rb1+ Kf2 62.Rb2+ Re2 { was the point. } ) 60…Re2 61.Rg8 Rg2 62.Rd8 Rf2+   0-1

#8th Tal Memorial 2013 babak 3 – [Eventdate “2013.06.13”]: HIKARU NAKAMURA (2784) – SERGEY KARJAKIN (2782)
1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nc3 d5 4.cxd5 Nxd5 5.Bd2 { “He surprised me a bit in the opening by playing the Gruenfeld, but luckily I was waiting to play this line for quite a while.” (Nakamura) } 5…Bg7 6.e4 Nxc3 7.Bxc3 c5 8.d5 Bxc3+ 9.bxc3 O-O 10.Nf3 { “This is really the start of the game.” (Nakamura) } 10…e6 11.Be2 ( 11.Bc4 b5 12.Bxb5 Qa5 13.Bc4 Qxc3+ 14.Nd2 Ba6 15.Rc1 Qe5 16.Qe2 Bxc4 17.Nxc4 Qg5 { Karpov,A (2668)-Timofeev,A (2658)/Sochi 2007 } ) 11…exd5 12.exd5 Bg4 ( { “After the game Sergey thought } 12…Nd7 { was maybe a better try.” (Nakamura) } ) 13.O-O Nd7 14.h3 Bxf3 15.Bxf3 { “Optically it looks like there aren’t many problems here for Black but I think White already has a very small advantage here.” (Nakamura) } 15…Ne5 16.Be2 Qd6 17.Rb1 ! { “A key move.” (Nakamura) } 17…b6 { “It’s hard to criticise this move, but I think in fact it’s the losing move in the game.” (Nakamura) } ( 17…Rab8 18.Qd2 Rfd8 19.Rfd1 { and “White should be better.” (Nakamura) } ) 18.Re1 Rfd8 ( 18…c4 19.Qd4 Rac8 20.f4 Nd3 21.Bxd3 cxd3 22.Rbd1 Rfd8 23.Rxd3 Qc5 24.Qxc5 Rxc5 25.d6 Kf8 { Nezar,M (2375)-Marzolo,C (2428)/Nancy 2005 } ) 19.Ba6 ! { “At this point it’s already very unpleasant.” (Nakamura) } 19…Rab8 20.c4 { “With the bishop on b5 or a6 in this structure I’m better here. Sergey doesn’t play the Gruenfeld so I guess he was a bit unfamiliar with the pawn structure.” (Nakamura) } 20…Nd7 21.Bb5 Nf6 22.Qe2 Rb7 23.Rb3 Nh5 24.Re3 { Here, with the heavy pieces on the e-file, Nakamura was “very happy already”. } 24…Ng7 ( 24…Nf6 25.a4 { and I play this like Alekhine. Yesterday I tried to play like Tal. At least I’m playing like the Russians since I’m in Moscow!” (Nakamura) } ) 25.g4 ( { The alternative was } 25.Re7 Rxe7 26.Qxe7 Qxe7 27.Rxe7 Nf5 28.Rxa7 Nd6 { and Nakamura pointed out that he won a very similar ending against Topalov, two weeks ago in Thessaloniki, but he preferred to played it differently this time. } ) 25…Kf8 26.a4 ?! ( 26.Qb2 { was even more accurate. (Nakamura) } ) 26…f5 { “The only try to create some counterplay.” (Nakamura) } 27.Re5 fxg4 28.hxg4 Rf7 29.Qe3 Qf6 ( 29…Kg8 { is “the critical move.” (Nakamura) } 30.Re7 Rdf8 ) 30.Re2 Qf4 ( 30…Kg8 31.Qg5 { Nakamura } ) 31.Qxf4 Rxf4 32.R5e4 Rxe4 33.Rxe4 h5 ( { “I think all the pawn games are losing here, e.g. } 33…Ne8 34.Rxe8+ Rxe8 35.Bxe8 Kxe8 36.g5 Kd7 37.Kf1 Kd6 38.Ke2 a6 ( 38…Ke5 39.Ke3 Kf5 40.f4 { Zugzwang } 40…a6 41.Kd3 ) 39.Kd3 b5 ( 39…Ke5 40.f3! Kd6 ( 40…a5 41.f4+ ) 41.Ke4 Kd7 42.Ke5 Ke7 43.d6+ Kd7 44.Kd5 ) 40.axb5 axb5 41.cxb5 Kxd5 42.Kc3 c4 ( 42…Kd6 43.Kc4 ) 43.b6 Kc6 44.Kxc4 Kxb6 45.Kd5 Kc7 46.Ke6 Kc6 47.Kf7 Kd6 48.Kg7 Ke6 49.Kxh7 Kf5 50.Kh6 { Nakamura } ) 34.f3 Kf7 35.Kg2 Kf6 36.Re1 g5 37.Kg3 Rh8 38.Bc6 Kf7 39.d6 ( 39.Ra1 { followed by a5 was more simple. (Nakamura) } ) 39…h4+ 40.Kh2 Kf6 41.d7 Ne6 42.Bd5 ( { “Here I complely went crazy. } 42.f4 { is just winning, the point being } 42…gxf4 43.g5+ Kf5 44.Bd5 Nc7 45.g6 Kxg6 46.Bg8 Rxg8 47.Rg1+ { winning.” (Nakamura) } ) 42…Nc7 43.Be4 Ne6 44.Bd5 Nc7 45.f4 gxf4 46.g5+ Kg6 ( 46…Kf5 47.g6 Kxg6 48.Bg8 ) 47.Re5 Rd8 48.Be4+ Kf7 49.Bf5 Rh8 50.Kg2 a5 51.Kf2 f3 52.Re1 { Black has no moves anymore. } ( 52.Re1 Na6 53.Re8 Rxe8 54.Bg6+ )   1-0

#8th Tal Memorial 2013 babak 3 – [Eventdate “2013.06.13”]: VISHY ANAND (2786) – ALEXANDER MOROZEVICH (2760)
1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.O-O Be7 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 d6 8.c3 O-O 9.h3 Re8 10.d4 Bb7 11.Nbd2 Bf8 12.a3 h6 13.Ba2 Nb8 14.Qb3 Qd7 15.Qc2 c5 16.d5 c4 ( 16…Qc7 17.c4 Nbd7 18.b3 Reb8 19.Bb2 Bc8 20.Rec1 Nh5 { Yu,Y (2656)-Matlakov,M (2668)/St Petersburg 2012 } ) 17.b3 cxb3 18.Bxb3 Qc7 19.a4 Rc8 20.c4 b4 ( { Anand pointed out Kamsky’s interesting play in an earlier game: } 20…Nbd7 21.Ba3 Qa5 22.Nf1 bxc4 ( 22…b4 23.Qd2 ) 23.Bxc4 Nb6 24.N1d2 Qxa4 25.Qxa4 Nxa4 26.Reb1 Rc7 27.Bxd6 Bxd6 28.Rxa4 a5 { Kamsky,G (2714)-Jakovenko,D (2710)/Moscow 2007 } ) 21.a5 Nbd7 22.Qb1 Rcb8 23.Bc2 ( { Anand was also considering } 23.Bd1 { but he didn’t like } 23…Bc8 ) 23…Bc8 ( 23…Nc5 24.Nb3 Ncxe4 25.Bxe4 Qxc4 26.Nfd2 Qb5 27.Bd3 Qxd5 28.Bf1 { was a line Anand looked at. “It’s good not to allow mate, but I also threaten Nc4-b6.” } ) 24.Ra4 { “Now I have to attach myself to this pawn.” (Anand) } 24…Be7 25.Re3 Bd8 26.Rxb4 Qxa5 27.Ba3 Qc7 28.Rxb8 Rxb8 29.Rb3 Ra8 30.Ne1 Nc5 31.Bxc5 Qxc5 { “To be honest White is not better in any way.” (Anand) } 32.Nd3 Qa5 33.Qc1 ! { Planning Ra3 and Ba4-c6. } 33…Nd7 34.Ra3 Qc7 35.Ba4 Bg5 36.Bc6 Rb8 37.Qc2 f5 { This risky move surpised Anand a bit. } 38.exf5 Nf6 39.g4 ( 39.Ne1 ) 39…e4 40.Ne1 Qe7 41.Ng2 Qe5 ( 41…h5 42.f4!? ) ( { “He could consider } 41…g6 42.fxg6 Qe5 43.Nf1 e3 44.Ngxe3 { ” (Anand) } ) 42.Nf1 ( 42.Rb3 Rxb3 43.Nxb3 e3 { “and Black can even be better.” (Anand) } ) 42…e3 ( { “His problem his that after } 42…Rb2 43.Qc3 { he’s not in time to break through. Of course my bishop isn’t great but it’s dominating his bishop.” (Anand) } ) ( 42…g6 43.Rb3 Rxb3 44.Qxb3 gxf5 45.Qb8 { was the reason why Anand suggested to revert the moves and go for 41…g6. } ) 43.Ngxe3 ( { “I was thinking a lot about } 43.Nfxe3 Rb2 44.Qc1 ( 44.Qc3? Rb1+ 45.Nf1 Qe2 ) ( 44.Qd3 Ne4 45.Nd1 Rd2 ) 44…Ne4 45.f4 Bxf4 46.Nxf4 Nd2 { “and this is getting messy. I have this move: } 47.Neg2 Rb1 48.Qxb1 Nxb1 49.Re3 Qd4 50.Kh2 { “and I will win the bishop with Re8+ but he has } 50…Bxf5 51.gxf5 { but then I remembered the words of Bent Larsen here. He said “all long variations are wrong”. } ) 43…Bh4 44.Rb3 Rxb3 45.Qxb3 Qf4 46.Nd1 Ne4 { Here Anand was “very surprised”. } ( { “He should have tried } 46…h5! 47.Qe3 ( 47.f3 ) ( 47.Qb8 hxg4 48.Qxc8+ Kh7 49.Be8 gxh3 50.Bg6+ Kh6 ) 47…Qxc4 48.g5 Ne4 49.Nd2 Nxd2 50.Qe8+ Kh7 { and I didn’t see the mate.” (Anand) } ) 47.Qe3 { “Now White only has to be a little bit accurate. ” (Anand) } 47…Ng5 48.Kg2 Qxc4 49.Nd2 Qc1 50.Nc3 { “Now he’s basically just lost. ” (Anand) } 50…Nf7 ( 50…Nxh3 51.Qxh3 Qxd2 52.Qxh4 { Anand } ) 51.Qe8+ Kh7 52.Nf3 ( { Anand felt this was safer than } 52.Nce4 { which also wins. } ) 52…Ne5 53.Nxh4 Qxc3 ( 53…Nd3 54.Ng6 ) 54.Ng6 Qf3+ 55.Kg1 Bxf5 56.gxf5 Qxf5 57.Nxe5 dxe5 58.Qe6 Qb1+ 59.Kh2 Qc2 60.Qf7  1-0

Sumber: http://www.chess.com/news/tal-memorial-caruana-worlds-3-after-beating-carlsen-5240

Gens Una Sumus

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