8th Tal Memorial 2013 – Babak 8: Kalahkan Nakamura, Carlsen Naik ke Posisi 2


Magnus Carlsen naik ke posisi runner-up klasemen sementara 8Tal Memorial 2013, setelah di babak ke-8 mengalahkan Hikaru Nakamura. Carlsen mengumpulkan 5 point dari 8 babak yang telah diselesaikan, tertinggal 1/2 point dari pimpinan klasemen Boris Gelfand. Sementara itu Nakamura turun ke peringkat 3-6 dari posisi runner-up sebelumnya. Kemenangan juga diperoleh Fabiano Caruana, yang berhasil mengambil keuntungan dari blunder Alexander Morozevich.

Klasemen s/d babak 8:

# Player Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Points SB
1 Gelfand,B 2755 * ½ ½ ½ 1 1 ½ ½ 1 5.5/8
2 Carlsen,M 2864 ½ * ½ 1 0 ½ 1 ½ 1 5.0/8
3 Mamedyarov,S 2753 ½ * ½ 1 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ 4.5/8 17.50
4 Andreikin,D 2713 ½ ½ ½ * ½ ½ ½ ½ 1 4.5/8 16.75
5 Nakamura,H 2784 0 0 0 ½ * 1 1 1 1 4.5/8 15.75
6 Caruana,F 2774 0 1 ½ 0 * ½ 1 1 ½ 4.5/8 15.75
7 Karjakin,S 2782 ½ ½ ½ ½ 0 ½ * ½ ½ 3.5/8
8 Anand,V 2786 ½ 0 ½ ½ 0 0 * 1 ½ 3.0/8
9 Morozevich,A 2760 0 ½ ½ ½ 0 ½ 0 * ½ 2.5/8 10.00
10 Kramnik,V 2803 0 ½ 0 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ * 2.5/8 9.00

Berikut ini partai Carlsen-Nakamura dan Morozevich-Caruana:

#8th Tal Memorial 2013: Magnus Carlsen (2864) – Hikaru Nakamura (2784)
1.c4 e6  2.g3 d5  3.Bg2 c6  4.Qc2 Nf6  5.Nf3 dxc4  6.Qxc4 b5  7.Qb3 ( 7.Qc2 Bb7 8.O-O Nbd7 9.a4 a6 10.Nc3 Be7 11.d3 O-O 12.e4 Rc8 { Maletin,P (2592)-Fedorchuk,S (2652)/Tashkent 2013 } ) 7…Bb7  8.O-O Nbd7  9.d4 a6  10.Ne5 Qb6  11.Be3 c5  12.Nxd7 Nxd7  13.d5 e5 { Carlsen called this “a very poor move”. } ( 13…exd5 14.Bxd5 Bxd5 15.Qxd5 Rd8 16.a4 Be7 17.axb5 axb5 18.Nc3 O-O { Meier,G (2656)-Ponomariov,R (2764)/Dortmund 2011 } ) 14.a4! b4 { “Extremely ugly but he doesn’t have any good moves. Otherwise I take on b5 and his queenside is going up in flames.” (Carlsen) } ( { “I don’t really know what he missed. After } 14…c4 15.Bxb6 cxb3 { both } 16.Bc7 ( { and } 16.Ba5 { are quite good.” (Carlsen) } ) ) 15.Nd2 { “It seems to me that White should make some accurate moves and the game will be over.” (Carlsen) } 15…Bd6  16.Nc4 Qc7  17.f4 { Changing plans. } ( { Ideally White plays } 17.a5 O-O 18.Bd2 { followed by 19.e4 “and Black is completely paralysed.” (Carlsen) } ) ( 17.a5 { however can be met by } 17…f5 18.Bd2 e4 ) 17…O-O  18.Rac1 exf4 ( 18…Rfe8 19.fxe5 Nxe5 ( 19…Bxe5 20.d6 Qb8 21.Rxf7 ) 20.Nxd6 Qxd6 21.Bxc5 ) ( { Carlsen expected } 18…Rae8 19.fxe5 Bxe5 20.Qd3 ( 20.d6 Qb8 ) 20…Bd6 21.Bf4 { “and we have something fairly similar to the game.” } ) 19.Bxf4 Bxf4 ( 19…Ne5? 20.Bxe5 Bxe5 21.d6 ) 20.gxf4 { “Now he’s justing going to get rolled over in the centre.” (Carlsen) } 20…a5 ( 20…f5? 21.d6 ) 21.e4 Rae8  22.e5 Ba6  23.Rfe1 Kh8  24.Nd6 Re7 { “Here I thought I could win in any way I pleased so I was a little bit too casual.” (Carlsen) } 25.Qe3 ( 25.Qg3 { Carlsen } ) 25…Qd8  26.b3 g5  27.Kh1 Qb8  28.Qf2 ( { Carlsen rightly refrained from his initial idea } 28.Qh3 gxf4 29.Qh6 { which is strongly met by } 29…f5 ) 28…gxf4  29.Qxf4 Bd3  30.Re3? { “Just ridiculous.” (Carlsen) } 30…Bg6? ( { Already here Black can go } 30…Rxe5! 31.Rxe5 Qxd6 32.Rf5 Qxf4 33.Rxf4 c4! { when White should probably allow a draw with } 34.Rfxc4 Bxc4 35.Rxc4 ) 31.Rf1?! ( 31.Nc4 f6 { Carlsen } ) ( 31.Bh3 ) 31…Rxe5  32.Rxe5 Qxd6  33.Re8 Qxf4  34.Rxf8+ Kg7! ( { Carlsen thought Black had to take } 34…Nxf8 35.Rxf4 { which is “much easier to win for White”. } 35…Kg7 ( 35…Bc2 36.Rxf7 Kg8 37.Rc7 Bxb3 38.Rxc5 ) 36.d6 Bc2 37.Bd5 ) 35.Rxf4 Kxf8 { “Now I realized things weren’t so simple after all and I realized I was running a little bit out of time.” (Carlsen) } 36.d6 { “I really cannot allow his king to get to d6.” (Carlsen) } 36…Ne5  37.Bf1! { “An important move.” (Carlsen) } ( 37.Bd5 Ke8 ) 37…Bc2 ( { After the game Nakamura suggested } 37…Ke8 38.Bb5+ Kd8 { “I think White should still be clearly better here” but } 39.Rf2 Be4+ 40.Kg1 Nf3+ 41.Kf1 Nd4 { “is not completely clear.” (Carlsen) } ) 38.Bb5 f5 ( 38…Bxb3 39.Rf5 Bd5+ 40.Kg1 Nf3+ 41.Kf2 ) 39.Kg2 c4 { “Essentially his only chance but nevertheless it’s losing. ” (Carlsen) } 40.Bxc4 Be4+  41.Kg3 Nxc4  42.bxc4 Ke8 ( 42…b3 43.Rf2 Ke8 44.c5 Kd7 ( 44…Bc2 45.c6 ) 45.Rb2 Bc2 46.Kf4 Ke6 47.Ke3 Kd7 48.Rxc2 bxc2 49.Kd2 ) 43.c5 Bc6 ( 43…Kd7 44.Rh4 Kc6 45.Kf4 b3 46.Rxh7 b2 47.Rc7+ Kd5 48.Rb7 b1=Q 49.Rxb1 Bxb1 50.d7 { Carlsen } ) 44.Rxf5 Bxa4 ( 44…b3 45.Rf2 Bxa4 46.Rb2 Kd7 47.Kf4 Kc6 48.Ke5 Kxc5 49.Rxb3 { Carlsen } ) 45.Re5+ Kd8 ( 45…Kd7 46.Re7+ Kc6 47.Ra7 b3 48.d7 { Carlsen } ) 46.Re7 Bc6 ( 46…b3 47.Rb7 ) ( 46…Bd7 47.Rxh7 b3 48.Rh8+ Be8 49.c6 { Carlsen } ) 47.Rc7 ( 47.Rc7 Bd5 48.c6 b3 49.Rd7+ Kc8 ( 49…Ke8 50.Re7+ ) 50.Rxh7 Bxc6 51.Rc7+ { Carlsen } )   1-0

#8th Tal Memorial 2013: Alexander Morozevich (2760) – Fabiano Caruana (2774)
1.e4 e5  2.Nf3 Nc6  3.Nc3 Nf6  4.d4 exd4  5.Nxd4 Bb4  6.Nxc6 bxc6  7.Bd3 d5  8.exd5 cxd5  9.O-O O-O  10.h3 ( 10.Bg5 c6 11.Qf3 Bd6 12.h3 Rb8 13.b3 Be5 14.Bf4 Bxc3 15.Bxb8 Bxa1 16.Rxa1 Bg4 17.hxg4 Qxb8 { Morozevich,A (2760)-Kramnik,V (2803)/Tal Memorial (Moscow) RUS 2013 } ) 10…c6  11.Qf3 Re8  12.Bg5 ( 12.Bf4 Bd6 13.Rfe1 Be6 14.Ne2 Qb8 15.b3 Bd7 16.Qg3 Nh5 17.Bxd6 Nxg3 18.Bxb8 Nxe2+ 19.Rxe2 Rxe2 20.Bxe2 Rxb8 { Andreikin,D (2713)-Karjakin,S (2782)/Tal Memorial blitz (Moscow) 2013 } ) 12…h6 { Caruana wasn’t sure if this was “necessary immediately”. } 13.Bxf6 Qxf6  14.Qxf6 gxf6  15.Ne2 { “A typical ending for this type of opening. Of course White is slightly better. Basically at any moment he can put his knight on f5. After the trade Black has no chances, it’s an equal ending. But Morozevich decided to play very enterprisingly; I didn’t know about this plan to put the knight on h5.”(Caruana) } 15…Bd6  16.Rad1 Be6  17.Ng3 ( 17.f4 Rab8 18.b3 Bc5+ 19.Kh2 a5 20.Ng3 a4 21.Nh5 Be7 22.Rf3 axb3 23.axb3 Kf8 { Andreikin, D (2713)-Popov,I (2632)/World Blitz (Khanty-Mansiysk) 2013 } ) 17…Rab8  18.Nh5 Be5  19.b3 Kf8 { “This wasn’t necessary. I totally underestimated his plan of Rf3, Bh7 and Rg3. ” (Caruana) } 20.f4 Bb2  21.Rf3 c5  22.Bh7 { Here Caruana “became very worried”. “White has many ideas, for example c3, attacking f6 which is hanging, and also ideas like Rg3, Re1 and later Rg8 with some mating threats.” } 22…Rb6 { “I had to defend the pawn because c3 is a threat.” (Caruana) } 23.c3 Bc8  24.Rg3 { “Here I had to calculate a very long variation.” (Caruana) } ( 24.Rxd5 Bb7 ) 24…d4! { “The only move.” (Caruana) } 25.cxd4?! ( { Caruana calculated } 25.Rg8+ Ke7 26.Re1+ Be6 ( 26…Re6 27.Rxe8+ Kxe8 28.Ng7+ Ke7 29.Nxe6 Bxc3 30.Re2 fxe6 31.Bd3 { “and this position is very bad for Black.” (Caruana) } ) 27.Rxe8+ Kxe8 28.f5 Bxc3 29.Re4 d3 30.Kf2 ( 30.fxe6 d2 31.Ng7+ Kf8 32.e7+ Kxg7 33.e8=Q d1=Q+ { and “only Black can win.” (Caruana) } ) 30…Rd6 ( 30…d2 31.Ke2 Rd6 32.Kd1 ) 31.Ng7+ ( 31.fxe6 f5 ( 31…fxe6 ) 32.Bxf5 d2 ) 31…Kd7 ( 31…Kf8 32.fxe6 ) 32.fxe6+ fxe6 33.Rc4 f5 ( 33…d2 34.Bc2 ) 34.Nxf5 exf5 35.Bxf5+ Kc6 36.Be4+ Kb6 37.Rxc3 d2 38.Bc2 d1=Q 39.Bxd1 Rxd1 { “This was the critical way for White although during the game I thought I was OK.” (Caruana) } ) 25…Bxd4+  26.Kh2 { Here Caruana was “quite relieved”. } 26…Bd7  27.Rg8+ { “I don’t really know why he played like he did.” (Caruana) } ( 27.b4 Rxb4 28.Rg8+ ( 28.Nxf6 Bxf6 29.Rxd7 Bg7 ) 28…Ke7 29.Re1+ Be6 30.Rxe8+ Kxe8 31.f5 Be5+ 32.Kh1 ( 32.Rxe5 fxe5 33.fxe6 fxe6 ) 32…Bxa2 33.Nxf6+ Ke7 34.Ng4 Rxg4! 35.hxg4 f6 { “and the bishop is totally cut off.” (Caruana) } ) 27…Ke7  28.Re1+ Re6  29.Rxe6+ ( 29.Rxe8+ Bxe8 ) 29…fxe6!? { “I decided to play a bit ambitiously. Also a bit risky of course because we were low on time, both of use.” (Caruana) } ( 29…Bxe6 30.Rxe8+ Kxe8 31.Ng7+ ) 30.Rg7+ Kd6  31.Rg6 Rh8  32.Rxh6 { White wins a pawn, but “the pin is very strong.” (Caruana) “Now we were low on time and I think we made many blunders.” } 32…Bb5 { With the idea 33…Bd3. } 33.g4 Bd3  34.f5 Be5+ { “I decided to keep checking. I had no time and they were the only moves I could see.” (Caruana) } ( { At first Caruana wanted to go } 34…Ke7 { but he didn’t like } 35.g5 ) ( { Caruana had estimated } 34…exf5 35.g5 { as losing but Black can just go } 35…c4 36.bxc4 ( 36.g6 c3 37.g7 Rb8 ) 36…Ke5 { when } 37.g6? { in fact loses to } 37…Rb8 ) 35.Kg2 Be4+  36.Kf2 Bd4+ ( 36…Kd5!? { Caruana } ) 37.Ke2 { “It looks kind of drawish here all of a  sudden.” (Caruana) } 37…c4! 38.g5?? { A BLUNDER in a situation where both players had only seconds. It was “a real shock to me because now pawn is going ahead and it’s also supported by two bishops so I think Black should be winning here.” (Caruana) } ( 38.bxc4 Rb8 39.fxe6 Rb2+ { “and Black just has perpetual and nothing more.” (Caruana) } ) 38…c3  39.Ng3 c2  40.Nxe4+ Kd5 ( { Caruana didn’t play } 40…Ke5 { because he thought } 41.Nc5 Bxc5 42.Kd2 { was a draw but in fact } 42…Rc8! 43.Kxc2 Bf8+ { wins on the spot. } )  0-1

Sumber: http://www.chess.com/news/carlsen-beats-nakamura-moves-to-second-place-at-tal-memorial-1522

Gens Una Sumus

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