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Autor Tema: Meč za Prvaka svijeta: Magnus Carlsen - Sergey Karjakin, 11. – 30. 11. 2016.  (Posjeta: 12688 puta)
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« na: 10-11-2016, 15:23:11 »
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Uskoro počinje meč za Prvaka svijeta: Magnus Carlsen - Sergey Karjakin. 

Prijenos na: https://worldchess.com/nyc2016/

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« Odgovor #1 na: 11-11-2016, 23:59:48 »
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[Event "FIDE World Chess Championship"]
[Site "New York"]
[Date "11.11.2016"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Carlsen, Magnus"]
[Black "Karjakin, Sergey"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A45"]
[WhiteElo "2857"]
[BlackElo "2769"]
[PlyCount "84"]
[EventType "match"]
[EventCountry "USA"]

1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 d5 3. e3 c5 4. Bxf6 gxf6 5. dxc5 Nc6 6. Bb5 e6 7. c4 dxc4 8.
Nd2 Bxc5 9. Ngf3 O-O 10. O-O Na5 11. Rc1 Be7 12. Qc2 Bd7 13. Bxd7 Qxd7 14. Qc3
Qd5 15. Nxc4 Nxc4 16. Qxc4 Qxc4 17. Rxc4 Rfc8 18. Rfc1 Rxc4 19. Rxc4 Rd8 20. g3
Rd7 21. Kf1 f5 22. Ke2 Bf6 23. b3 Kf8 24. h3 h6 25. Ne1 Ke7 26. Nd3 Kd8 27. f4
h5 28. a4 Rd5 29. Nc5 b6 30. Na6 Be7 31. Nb8 a5 32. Nc6+ Ke8 33. Ne5 Bc5 34.
Rc3 Ke7 35. Rd3 Rxd3 36. Kxd3 f6 37. Nc6+ Kd6 38. Nd4 Kd5 39. Nb5 Kc6 40. Nd4+
Kd6 41. Nb5+ Kd7 42. Nd4 Kd6 {1/2-1/2}
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« Odgovor #2 na: 12-11-2016, 22:57:19 »
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[Event "FIDE World Chess Championship"]
[Site "New York"]
[Date "12.11.2016"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Karjakin, Sergey"]
[Black "Carlsen, Magnus"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C84"]
[WhiteElo "2769"]
[BlackElo "2857"]
[PlyCount "65"]
[EventType "match"]
[EventCountry "USA"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. d3 b5 7. Bb3 d6 8. a3
O-O 9. Nc3 Na5 10. Ba2 Be6 11. d4 Bxa2 12. Rxa2 Re8 13. Ra1 Nc4 14. Re1 Rc8 15.
h3 h6 16. b3 Nb6 17. Bb2 Bf8 18. dxe5 dxe5 19. a4 c6 20. Qxd8 Rcxd8 21. axb5
axb5 22. Ne2 Bb4 23. Bc3 Bxc3 24. Nxc3 Nbd7 25. Ra6 Rc8 26. b4 Re6 27. Rb1 c5
28. Rxe6 fxe6 29. Nxb5 cxb4 30. Rxb4 Rxc2 31. Nd6 Rc1+ 32. Kh2 Rc2 33. Kg1
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« Odgovor #3 na: 13-11-2016, 10:04:49 »
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A di nam je nestao naš dip s komentarima? Nekako je sumorno pratit ove partije bez njih. Kao recimo kad pratiš tekme bez Mladena Delića ... ono kao, može se, može, al nije to - to!  Sad Shocked Huh?

diiiiip, vraaaaatiiii seeeeeeeeee !  clapping clapping clapping clapping clapping shout
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« Odgovor #4 na: 15-11-2016, 05:48:05 »
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[Event "FIDE World Chess Championship"]
[Site "New York"]
[Date "14.11.2016"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Carlsen, Magnus"]
[Black "Karjakin, Sergey"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C67"]
[WhiteElo "2857"]
[BlackElo "2769"]
[PlyCount "156"]
[EventType "match"]
[EventCountry "USA"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 4. O-O Nxe4 5. Re1 Nd6 6. Nxe5 Be7 7. Bf1 Nxe5
8. Rxe5 O-O 9. d4 Bf6 10. Re2 b6 11. Re1 Re8 12. Bf4 Rxe1 13. Qxe1 Qe7 14. Nc3
Bb7 15. Qxe7 Bxe7 16. a4 a6 17. g3 g5 18. Bxd6 Bxd6 19. Bg2 Bxg2 20. Kxg2 f5
21. Nd5 Kf7 22. Ne3 Kf6 23. Nc4 Bf8 24. Re1 Rd8 25. f4 gxf4 26. gxf4 b5 27.
axb5 axb5 28. Ne3 c6 29. Kf3 Ra8 30. Rg1 Ra2 31. b3 c5 32. Rg8 Kf7 33. Rg2 cxd4
34. Nxf5 d3 35. cxd3 Ra1 36. Nd4 b4 37. Rg5 Rb1 38. Rf5+ Ke8 39. Rb5 Rf1+ 40.
Ke4 Re1+ 41. Kf5 Rd1 42. Re5+ Kf7 43. Rd5 Rxd3 44. Rxd7+ Ke8 45. Rd5 Rh3 46.
Re5+ Kf7 47. Re2 Bg7 48. Nc6 Rh5+ 49. Kg4 Rc5 50. Nd8+ Kg6 51. Ne6 h5+ 52. Kf3
Rc3+ 53. Ke4 Bf6 54. Re3 h4 55. h3 Rc1 56. Nf8+ Kf7 57. Nd7 Ke6 58. Nb6 Rd1 59.
f5+ Kf7 60. Nc4 Rd4+ 61. Kf3 Bg5 62. Re4 Rd3+ 63. Kg4 Rg3+ 64. Kh5 Be7 65. Ne5+
Kf6 66. Ng4+ Kf7 67. Re6 Rxh3 68. Ne5+ Kg7 69. Rxe7+ Kf6 70. Nc6 Kxf5 71. Na5
Rh1 72. Rb7 Ra1 73. Rb5+ Kf4 74. Rxb4+ Kg3 75. Rg4+ Kf2 76. Nc4 h3 77. Rh4 Kg3
78. Rg4+ Kf2 {1/2-1/2}
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« Odgovor #5 na: 15-11-2016, 15:42:27 »
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Guli što reči o prve tri partije meča? Ovo mi pomalo liči na boksarski meč,prvo malo proveravamo kako se kreče protivnik,reakcije na pokušaj udarca ,sve u svemu pitanje je kad čemo vidjeti prvu krv...
Prva partija ostače u uspomeni po otvarenju koje je izabrao prvak:Trompovsky!! nisu li ameri imali nekakve izbore?? :hang:Izgleda je Magnus htio biti politički korektan i ktome je pokušao još iznenaditi protivnika...Otvarenje se odsad zove Trumpovsky!(pomalo je trivialno,upotrebljava se obično na krače staze,za bulet i blitz nakako je najpogodniji...)
Druga je partija bila klasičnija španjolka,Karjakin nije još spreman experimentirati.Magi nije imao nekih poteškoča držati partiju u granicama remija.
U trečoj MC je protiv berlina izabrao pomalo čudan nastavak, Tri puta igrati istom figurom(topom) u tri poteza kad bi mogao isto uraditi u dva,verovatno je zbunilo promatrače i komentatore.Ovaj hipermodernistički potez crnom je poklonio tempo,kao da ga pita,na redu si,što češ produzeti?:I kad je izgledalo da obojica jedva čekaju ,da idu na večeru,Magi pronalazi malu šansu,Karjakin je dao pješaka a Carlsen počinje svoju poznatu predstavu,cjedenje pozicije.Izazivač se vješto odbranio,iako s figurom manje bez teškoča je remizirao.

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« Odgovor #6 na: 15-11-2016, 20:35:06 »
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Carlsen – Karjakin | Trenuci iz treće partije dvoboja te izvadci s press konferencije.

Carlsen – Karjakin | Trenuci iz treće partije dvoboja te izvadci s press konferencije.
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« Odgovor #7 na: 15-11-2016, 23:37:23 »
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Guli što reči o prve tri partije meča? Ovo mi pomalo liči na boksarski meč,prvo malo proveravamo kako se kreče protivnik,reakcije na pokušaj udarca ,sve u svemu pitanje je kad čemo vidjeti prvu krv...
Prva partija ostače u uspomeni po otvarenju koje je izabrao prvak:Trompovsky!! nisu li ameri imali nekakve izbore?? :hang:Izgleda je Magnus htio biti politički korektan i ktome je pokušao još iznenaditi protivnika...Otvarenje se odsad zove Trumpovsky!(pomalo je trivialno,upotrebljava se obično na krače staze,za bulet i blitz nakako je najpogodniji...)
Druga je partija bila klasičnija španjolka,Karjakin nije još spreman experimentirati.Magi nije imao nekih poteškoča držati partiju u granicama remija.
U trečoj MC je protiv berlina izabrao pomalo čudan nastavak, Tri puta igrati istom figurom(topom) u tri poteza kad bi mogao isto uraditi u dva,verovatno je zbunilo promatrače i komentatore.Ovaj hipermodernistički potez crnom je poklonio tempo,kao da ga pita,na redu si,što češ produzeti?:I kad je izgledalo da obojica jedva čekaju ,da idu na večeru,Magi pronalazi malu šansu,Karjakin je dao pješaka a Carlsen počinje svoju poznatu predstavu,cjedenje pozicije.Izazivač se vješto odbranio,iako s figurom manje bez teškoča je remizirao.

dip, najbitnije je da si se vratio za svoj komentatorski "pult"!  good2 Već smo se zabrinuli da će stvar proteći bez tvojih komentara...
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« Odgovor #8 na: 15-11-2016, 23:50:49 »
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Pozdrav svima, evo ja sam malo probao analizirati ovu treću fascinantnu partiju.

[Event "World Championship match, Game Three"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2016.11.14"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Magnus , Carlsen"]
[Black "Sergey, Karjakin"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C67"]
[PlyCount "156"]

1. e4 {The champion "changes hand" after playing the Trompovsky in the first
game. Will he head for Italian game, or face the possibility of another Berlin
endgame.} e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 {Magnus played 3...a6 as Black here in game
three.} Nf6 {But Sergey isn't "risking it", and goes for the "currently
unbreachable" Berlin defence, which probably caused multiple spectators to
immediatelly switch to something more interesting. And since Mourinho's team
isn't playing any games today, probability of finding something more
interesting is considerably high.} 4. O-O {A first surprise, i think Magnus
prefered to avoid the endgame with d3.} (4. d3) 4... Nxe4 5. Re1 {And a second
surprise. Instead of exchanging queens and going the endgame, Magnus preferes
to play the symmetrical position resulting from the rook move.} (5. d4 Nd6 6.
Bxc6 dxc6 7. dxe5 Nf5 8. Qxd8+ Kxd8 {Is a position I could probably write a
couple of books about.   If I knew anything about it though. I promised myself
I will never play this with either colour.  Like Svidler.  I guess it means I
will never get chances to play in the World championship match.  Like Svidler.
:P}) 5... Nd6 6. Nxe5 Be7 7. Bf1 Nxe5 8. Rxe5 O-O 9. d4 {[pgndiagram]The
tabiya of the variation. There are three reasonable moves for Black here.} (9.
Nc3 {Is apparently somewhat more drawish} Ne8 (9... Bf6 10. Re2 {Is also
possible} b6 11. Re1 Re8 12. Rxe8+ Qxe8 13. d4 {And this is very similar to
the game}) 10. Nd5 Bd6 11. Re2 {This was the first instance of move Re2
appearing on the board. In the New in Chess Magazine Maxime Vachier Lagrave
(further referred to as MVL) claimed that he discovered this move on a pocket
set on a train. Apparently there is something on trains that inspires
creativity in people (Yes, another Harry Potter reference).}) 9... Bf6 {The
most popular move. Black's idea is to play Re8 next move and try to go with
the knight on f5.} (9... Ne8 {Is now allowing c4.} 10. c4 {From this position
White scores 66% according to my database.} Bf6 11. Re1 d5 12. cxd5 Qxd5 13.
Be3 {And now the position is no longer simetric.}) (9... b6 {Is interesting,
but need more exploration}) 10. Re2 $5 {The credit for this paradoxical
maneouvre goes to MVL (see above). At first point it looks completely
ridiculous. But what is the point behind it?  White anticipates that most
action will happen on the e-file in the future. This move retains the
possibility of playing Ra1-Re1 in the very far future, after developing his
queenside completely. Also, in the case of Re8 White has Bf4 without worrying
about d4 pawn.  In the 8th game of the 2013 Chennai match Carlsen played 10
Re1.} b6 {The best reaction to Re2, in my opinion. Threatening Ba6 forces the
rook to move again, since White doesn't want to exchange light squared bishops
immediately.} (10... Nf5 {To illustrate the idea, consider the following moves}
11. c3 d5 12. Bf4 Be6 13. Nd2 c6 14. Nf3 Qd7 15. Qd2 Nd6 16. Rae1 {Of course,
play of both sides was sub-optimal (White can probably first grab space on the
kingside), but Re2!? is very interesting idea in the position.}) 11. Re1 Re8 (
11... Bb7 $5 {Maybe was more precise}) 12. Bf4 $1 {[pgndiagram]Excellent move.
Because of the move b6 White can afford to play this developing move without
worrying about d4.   That is some very deep 21st century opening subtlety.}
Rxe1 13. Qxe1 Qe7 (13... Bxd4 $4 {Would of course be very hard to expect in
the World Championship match.} 14. Bxd6 {And White wins.} cxd6 (14... Bxb2 {
Also doesn't help} 15. Bxc7 Qf8 16. Nd2 Bxa1 17. Qxa1 {With a won endgame for
White}) 15. Qe4 Bxb2 16. Qxa8) 14. Nc3 Bb7 15. Qxe7 Bxe7 {And for the third
time in the match we have a queenless endgame practically directly out of
opening. White has a slight advantage because his pieces are slightly better
coordinated and he has more space.   However, Black doesn't have any
weaknesses.} 16. a4 {Gaining more space and threatening a5} a6 (16... h6 {To
demonstrate that a5 is not something Balck should allow, let's make a random
move} 17. a5 {And suddenly it is not easy for Black to make a move} Ne8 18. Nb5
{[pgndiagram]With unpleasant pressure} Bd8 19. a6 Bc6 20. Re1 d5 21. Nc3) 17.
g3 {I am not certain that light squared bishop exchange is something White
should aim for} (17. Bd3 g6 18. Re1 Bf6 19. Be5 {But probably this is also not
much for White} Re8 20. Re3) 17... g5 {Now Black clearly equalizes} 18. Bxd6
Bxd6 19. Bg2 Bxg2 20. Kxg2 f5 {I've commented the position somewhere around
this moment with some Croatian chessplayers and almost everybody was expecting
a very quick draw and expressing extreme boredom with the match course.  I
have to admit I even started writing another lamenting post about how little
interesting happens in the match. Oh how i was wrong} 21. Nd5 Kf7 22. Ne3 Kf6
23. Nc4 Bf8 {[pgndiagram]The last couple of moves haven't changed the
evaluation of position. The situation is similar a in the first game, where
Carlsen's knight is slightly superior to it's bishop's counterpart, but things
should peter to a draw quickly.} 24. Re1 Rd8 (24... d5 {Karjakin said after
the game that he should have played this immediatelly. And indeed, this makes
Black's task somewhat easier. Karjakin said he didn't consider 25 f4 properly}
25. Ne5 Bd6 {And now} 26. f4 gxf4 27. gxf4 Rg8+ 28. Kf2 {[pgndiagram] And with
the control of the g-file, Black is equal}) 25. f4 $5 gxf4 26. gxf4 b5 {Good
move, kicking the knight and opening the a-file} (26... d5 27. Ne5 Bd6 28. Re3
{[pgndiagram] Now White manages to swing his rook and stand slightly better,
although here also Black should probably equalize.}) 27. axb5 axb5 28. Ne3 c6
29. Kf3 Ra8 30. Rg1 Ra2 $6 {First step in the wrong direction. Instead of
being "active, Black should have prefered Bh6.} (30... Bh6 {Preventing Rg5 and
Rg8 and things quickly peter to a draw.} 31. Rg3 Ra4 32. Rh3 Kg6 33. Rg3+ Kf6)
31. b3 c5 {[pgndiagram]Mistakes come in pairs. This display of activity might
have backfired} 32. Rg8 $5 {More precise then Rg5} (32. Rg5 cxd4 33. Rxf5+ Kg7
34. Ng4 b4 35. Rd5 d6 36. Rxd4 Rxc2 37. Rxb4 {[pgndiagram] And here White has
less chances.}) 32... Kf7 (32... Be7 33. d5 d6 34. Rh8 Kg6 35. Rb8 b4 {
[pgndiagram]Is unpleasant because black's bishop is severely restricted.
However that might have been better than to give a pawn}) 33. Rg2 cxd4 34. Nxf5
{Now the d4 is falling} d3 (34... Bc5 35. Ke4) 35. cxd3 Ra1 36. Nd4 b4 {
[pgndiagram] For a beginner it would seem that everything is clear. Good
knight and a pawn up. However, White's pawns are really weak, and Black has
some counterplay.} 37. Rg5 {The rook is most active along the 5th file} Rb1 38.
Rf5+ Ke8 39. Rb5 {Karjakin was in time trouble prior to time control. Rh1 was
best here, to win a pawn back, or tie White's rook. However, that would have
allowed White's pieces to activate} Rf1+ $2 {It is very easy to criticize
behind the keyboard, but this reminds me of a
"patzer-sees-check-patzer-gives-check", since this only improves white king.} (
39... Rh1 40. Ke4 Rxh2 41. Rb8+ Kf7 42. Rb7 Ke8 43. Nf3 {[pgndiagram] And
White has some chances}) 40. Ke4 Re1+ 41. Kf5 {After time control White is
seriously better now} Rd1 42. Re5+ $6 (42. Rb8+ $1 {And wherever the king goes,
it allows the knight redeployment.} Ke7 (42... Kf7 43. Nf3 {[pgndiagram] And
the pawn is taboo}) 43. Ke4 Re1+ 44. Kd5 Rf1 45. Nf5+ Kf7 46. Ke4 Re1+ 47. Ne3
{[pgndiagram]}) 42... Kf7 43. Rd5 Rxd3 (43... Ke7 $5 {Just keep the d pawns})
44. Rxd7+ Ke8 45. Rd5 Rh3 {[pgndiagram]From here up to the critical moment I
will give only a few brief comments on a couple of moves since now a
protracted maneuvering phase follows.} 46. Re5+ Kf7 47. Re2 Bg7 48. Nc6 Rh5+ (
48... Rxb3 $4 {[pgndiagram] The pawn is taboo and Black has to be careful a bit
} 49. Nd8+ Kg8 50. Re8+ Bf8 51. Ne6 {Is winning for White.}) 49. Kg4 Rc5 50.
Nd8+ (50. Nxb4 {Doesn't help} Rb5 51. Re4 h5+ 52. Kf3 Bf8 {And Black
eliminates the b-pawn, leaving a clear equality on the boad} 53. Nd3 Rxb3 {
[pgndiagram]}) 50... Kg6 51. Ne6 h5+ 52. Kf3 Rc3+ 53. Ke4 Bf6 54. Re3 {Up to
here Karjakin has slightly managed to reduce White's winning potential.} h4 {
[pgndiagram]Not neccessary.} (54... Rc2 55. h3 Kf7) 55. h3 (55. Nf8+ Kf7 56.
Nd7 {With Ne5 would improve the knight position a bit}) 55... Rc1 56. Nf8+ (56.
f5+ Kf7) 56... Kf7 57. Nd7 Ke6 58. Nb6 (58. Ne5 Bxe5 59. fxe5 {Is drawn}) 58...
Rd1 59. f5+ Kf7 60. Nc4 Rd4+ 61. Kf3 Bg5 $6 {This is probably the first bad
step(although far from obvious) which proves how difficult this "simple"
positions are.} (61... Kg7 {[pgndiagram] And it is hard for White to make some
progress.}) 62. Re4 Rd3+ 63. Kg4 {This tempo on the bishop is very important
and result of the 61th move.} Rg3+ 64. Kh5 Be7 $6 {[pgndiagram]The second bad
move, after which it is probably impossible to save the game any longer} (64...
Bd8 {Is something noone mentioned, and computer also ignored it at first. I
simply played it because I wondered what happens if i remove the bishop away
from attack. The long computer variation ends in a rook and knight vs rook
drawn position} 65. Nd6+ (65. Ne5+ Kf6 {And Kxf5 doesn't leave the bishop
hanging}) 65... Kg7 66. Re8 Bf6 67. Ne4 Rxh3 68. Rb8 Bc3 69. Rb7+ Kf8 70. Ng5
Rd3 71. f6 Bxf6 72. Nh7+ Ke8 73. Nxf6+ Kd8 74. Rxb4 h3 {[pgndiagram]} 75. Kg5
h2 76. Rh4) 65. Ne5+ Kf6 66. Ng4+ Kf7 67. Re6 $1 (67. f6 Bxf6 68. Rf4 Rxh3 69.
Rxf6+ Ke7 {[pgndiagram] Is drawn}) 67... Rxh3 68. Ne5+ Kg7 69. Rxe7+ Kf6 70.
Nc6 $2 {The first critical moment where Carlsen misses the win. The winning
idea consists of defending the b pawn with the knight from a secure position
while controlling the h pawn.} (70. Re8 $1 {[pgndiagram] Is far from obvious}
Kxf5 (70... Rxb3 71. Kg4 Rg3+ 72. Kf4 b3 {And here computer announces mate in
8, so we should probably believe him.}) 71. Nc6 Rh1 (71... Rc3 72. Nd4+ Kf6 73.
Kxh4 {[pgndiagram] And the knight is secure}) 72. Nd4+ Kf4 73. Re2 h3 74. Kh4
h2 75. Ne6+ Kf3 76. Rb2 Ke4 77. Nc5+ Kd5 78. Na4 Rd1 79. Rxh2 Rd4+ 80. Kg5 Rd3
81. Rb2 {[pgndiagram] And this, approximately 11 move variation, finished in
one of the possible winning constructions for White}) 70... Kxf5 $2 {Returning
the favour.} (70... Rc3 {Was relatively simple draw.} 71. Re6+ Kxf5 72. Nd4+
Kf4 73. Kxh4 Rd3) 71. Na5 Rh1 72. Rb7 $2 {[pgndiagram] The final mistake,
after which there is no going back.} (72. Rf7+ {After 7 hours it is not easy
to see the study-like winning idea. Carlsen said at the press-conference
afterwards that he didn't see a clear win.} Ke6 {The move that allows the
afore mentioned study-like idea, however all other moves lose as well.} 73. Rf2
h3 74. Kh4 Ra1 75. Nb7 Ra3 76. Rh2 {[pgndiagram]And the b pawn is indirectly
defended by knight.}) 72... Ra1 73. Rb5+ Kf4 74. Rxb4+ (74. Kxh4 $4 {It is
never too late to lose a chess game} Rh1#) 74... Kg3 75. Rg4+ Kf2 76. Nc4 h3
77. Rh4 Kg3 78. Rg4+ Kf2 {And here the draw was agreed. A fascinating struggle
at the highest level.} 1/2-1/2




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[Event "FIDE World Chess Championship"]
[Site "New York"]
[Date "15.11.2016"]
[Round "4"]
[White "Karjakin, Sergey"]
[Black "Carlsen, Magnus"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C88"]
[WhiteElo "2769"]
[BlackElo "2857"]
[PlyCount "187"]
[EventType "match"]
[EventCountry "USA"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Re1 b5 7. Bb3 O-O 8. h3
Bb7 9. d3 d6 10. a3 Qd7 11. Nbd2 Rfe8 12. c3 Bf8 13. Nf1 h6 14. N3h2 d5 15. Qf3
Na5 16. Ba2 dxe4 17. dxe4 Nc4 18. Bxh6 Qc6 19. Bxc4 bxc4 20. Be3 Nxe4 21. Ng3
Nd6 22. Rad1 Rab8 23. Bc1 f6 24. Qxc6 Bxc6 25. Ng4 Rb5 26. f3 f5 27. Nf2 Be7
28. f4 Bh4 29. fxe5 Bxg3 30. exd6 Rxe1+ 31. Rxe1 cxd6 32. Rd1 Kf7 33. Rd4 Re5
34. Kf1 Rd5 35. Rxd5 Bxd5 36. Bg5 Kg6 37. h4 Kh5 38. Nh3 Bf7 39. Be7 Bxh4 40.
Bxd6 Bd8 41. Ke2 g5 42. Nf2 Kg6 43. g4 Bb6 44. Be5 a5 45. Nd1 f4 46. Bd4 Bc7
47. Nf2 Be6 48. Kf3 Bd5+ 49. Ke2 Bg2 50. Kd2 Kf7 51. Kc2 Bd5 52. Kd2 Bd8 53.
Kc2 Ke6 54. Kd2 Kd7 55. Kc2 Kc6 56. Kd2 Kb5 57. Kc1 Ka4 58. Kc2 Bf7 59. Kc1 Bg6
60. Kd2 Kb3 61. Kc1 Bd3 62. Nh3 Ka2 63. Bc5 Be2 64. Nf2 Bf3 65. Kc2 Bc6 66. Bd4
Bd7 67. Bc5 Bc7 68. Bd4 Be6 69. Bc5 f3 70. Be3 Bd7 71. Kc1 Bc8 72. Kc2 Bd7 73.
Kc1 Bf4 74. Bxf4 gxf4 75. Kc2 Be6 76. Kc1 Bc8 77. Kc2 Be6 78. Kc1 Kb3 79. Kb1
Ka4 80. Kc2 Kb5 81. Kd2 Kc6 82. Ke1 Kd5 83. Kf1 Ke5 84. Kg1 Kf6 85. Ne4+ Kg6
86. Kf2 Bxg4 87. Nd2 Be6 88. Kxf3 Kf5 89. a4 Bd5+ 90. Kf2 Kg4 91. Nf1 Kg5 92.
Nd2 Kf5 93. Ke2 Kg4 94. Kf2 {1/2-1/2}


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Trenutno stanje nakon četiri odigrane partije.

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Carlsen, Magnus28571/2.1/2.1/2.1/22
Karjakin, Sergej27691/2.1/2.1/2.1/22

Srijeda, 16. studeni, je dan odmora. Nastavak dvoboja za naslov svjetskog prvaka u šahu je u četvrtak 17. studenog.
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« Odgovor #12 na: 16-11-2016, 18:35:13 »
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Kakva borba u četvrtoj partiji.Magnus je crnim figurama igrao na pobjedu,španjolka izazivaču nije donjela neku radost,kad je još promjenio svog bjelopoljca za crnog skakača u 19.potezu,mnogi su upisali cjeli bod prvaku.Crni lovački par i stešnjena pozicija bjelog,davali su realne šanse Carlsenu. Karjakin je pronašao verovatno jedinu odbranu u vidu 43.g4 a odgovor crnog da produži pješakom na f4 izgleda je bila pogrešna procjena Magija, koji je očekivao da če sve završiti kad njegov kralj stigne na b3,no bjeli lovac  onemogučio je igru na bilo kakvu iznudnicu i maratonska partija završila je remijem u 94.potezu.


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If Karjakin holds again, we have to call him Mr. Houdini! No one escapes the jaws of lethal Carlsen twice in such positions #CarlsenKarjakin
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« Odgovor #13 na: 17-11-2016, 08:10:50 »
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Carlsen – Karjakin | Press konferencija nakon četvrte partije (trajanje 21:15 min).

Press konferencija nakon četvrte partije
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« Odgovor #14 na: 17-11-2016, 15:44:39 »
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Karjakin je pronašao verovatno jedinu odbranu u vidu 43.g4 a odgovor crnog da produži pješakom na f4 izgleda je bila pogrešna procjena Magija


I tako sa f4 sam sebi pasivizira kralja koji sad nema mogucnosti prodora (osim na b3 ali tamo ionako nema sto traziti) te stvara slabog lovca, dok bijeli crnopoljac odjednom od lose figure bez perspektive dobiva mogucnost protuigre.

22....Le7, mozda je bolje bilo g7-g6, Kf7 itd
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