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« Odgovor #15 na: 28-07-2011, 10:48:17 »
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[Event "Alekhine Memorial"]
[Site "Moscow, USSR"]
[Date "1956.10.30"]
[EventDate "1956.10.09"]
[Round "13"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "Victor Ciocaltea"]
[Black "Wolfgang Unzicker"]
[ECO "C90"]
[WhiteElo "2468"]
[BlackElo "2563"]
[PlyCount "190"]

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.d3 Be6 10.Nbd2 Re8 11.Nf1 h6 12.Ng3 Bf8 13.d4
Bg4 14.d5 Na5 15.h3 Nxb3 16.axb3 Bd7 17.b4 c6 18.Nh2 g6 19.Be3
Bg7 20.Qd2 Kh7 21.f4 exf4 22.Bxf4 cxd5 23.exd5 Qb6+ 24.Kh1 Qb7
25.Bxd6 Nxd5 26.Nf3 Nb6 27.Bc5 Nc4 28.Qf2 Bc6 29.Nd4 Bd5 30.b3
Ne5 31.Re3 Nd7 32.Rae1 Rxe3 33.Rxe3 Nxc5 34.bxc5 b4 35.Nge2
Rd8 36.c4 Bxc4 37.c6 Qc7 38.bxc4 Bxd4 39.Nxd4 Rxd4 40.c5 Rd1+
41.Re1 Rxe1+ 42.Qxe1 a5 43.Qf1 a4 44.Qb5 Qf4 45.c7 Qxc7
46.Qxb4 Qa7 47.c6 a3 48.Qc3 a2 49.Qa1 Qf2 50.c7 Qc2 51.c8=Q
Qxc8 52.Qxa2 Qc1+ 53.Kh2 Qf4+ 54.g3 Qf3 55.h4 h5 56.Qd2 Kg7
57.Qd4+ Qf6 58.Qd2 Qe5 59.Kg2 Kf6 60.Qd8+ Kf5 61.Qd7+ Qe6
62.Qb5+ Qe5 63.Qd7+ Qe6 64.Qb5+ Kf6 65.Qg5+ Kg7 66.Qd2 Qc4
67.Kh2 Kf6 68.Qd8+ Ke6 69.Qe8+ Kf5 70.Qd7+ Ke4 71.Qe7+ Kd3
72.Qa3+ Kc2 73.Qe7 Kd1 74.Qd8+ Ke2 75.Qe7+ Qe6 76.Qb7 Kf2
77.Qg2+ Ke1 78.Qg1+ Ke2 79.Qg2+ Kd3 80.Qf3+ Kd2 81.Qf4+ Ke2
82.Qc7 f5 83.Qc2+ Kf3 84.Qg2+ Ke3 85.Qb2 Qc4 86.Qa3+ Qd3
87.Qc5+ Kf3 88.Qc6+ Qe4 89.Qc3+ Kf2 90.Qc5+ Qe3 91.Qc2+ Qe2
92.Qc6 Kf1+ 93.Kh3 Kg1 94.Qc5+ Qf2 95.Qe3 f4  0-1
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\"Ego je ledeni brijeg. Otopite ga u dubokoj ljubavi, tada će on nestati, a vi ćete postati dio oceana.\"
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« Odgovor #16 na: 28-07-2011, 11:05:52 »
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Lara, iz iskustva znam kad sam tako nešto pokušu odnekud se uvijek stvorio gubitak za mene... Takvo što je bolje izbjegavati...
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Ei voi voitta.

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« Odgovor #17 na: 28-07-2011, 11:09:52 »
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Nee, baš je u tome čar cijele igre- dovedeš sebe u opasnost (i protivnika) i onda tko će koga prvi!  aggressive  Wink Sigurne igre vode u stvaranje rutine, a onda šah postaje jaaaako dosadan...  morning2
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« Odgovor #18 na: 28-07-2011, 11:27:22 »
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Mednis ima još sijaset kraljevskih čarolija u svojoj "čarobnoj torbi" (knjiga "King Power in Chess")!
Pogledajmo ovog fascinantnog crnog vladara bez straha i mane:  Cheesy

P.S. Kao što vidimo iz ovih primjera, kraljevi definitivno ne čekaju UVIJEK konačnicu, da bi pokazali mišiće, pa je njihovim marširanjima možda prije mjesto u rubrici "Općenito"?!

[Event "YUG-URS match"]
[Site "Krk"]
[Date "1976.05.27"]
[EventDate "?"]
[Round "?"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "Bozidar Ivanovic"]
[Black "Sveshnikov"]
[ECO "B33"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "?"]
[PlyCount "76"]

1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 e5 6.Ndb5 d6
7.Bg5 a6 8.Bxf6 gxf6 9.Na3 b5 10.Nd5 f5 11.Bd3 Be6 12.c4 Qa5+
13.Kf1 Bxd5 14.exd5 Nd4 15.cxb5 axb5 16.Nc2 Nxc2 17.Qxc2 e4
18.Qc6+ Ke7 19.Bxb5 Ra7 20.Qe8+ Kf6 21.g4 Re7 22.Qb8 Ke5
23.f4+ Kxf4 24.Ke2 Ke5 25.Rhf1 fxg4 26.b4 Bg7 27.bxa5 Rxb8
28.Rab1 f5 29.a6 f4 30.Bc6 f3+ 31.Kf2 Rxb1 32.Rxb1 Kf4 33.Rb4
Bc3 34.Rc4 Ba5 35.Kf1 Bb6 36.Bb7 h5 37.Rc6 e3 38.Rc4+ Kg5  0-1
« Zadnja izmjena: 28-07-2011, 11:35:25 od Gulliver » Evidentirano

\"Šah,poput ljubavi, poput glazbe, ima moć učiniti ljude sretnim\" .... S.Tarrasch

\"Istina je zemlja koja nema staze\" .... Jisshu Krishnamurti

\"Ego je ledeni brijeg. Otopite ga u dubokoj ljubavi, tada će on nestati, a vi ćete postati dio oceana.\"
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« Odgovor #19 na: 08-05-2012, 01:09:45 »
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Iz Winterowog "Chess Omnibusa" stiže nam, kao rođen za ovu našu temu, još jedan nesvakidašnji kraljevski marš (o kom baze, inače, šute)
(Izvor partije: "Chess Weekly", 15.08.1908, str.86)

Inače, "Izumitelj" ovog gambita u Bečkoj partiji (5.Ke2) je Wilhelm Steinitz, (koji je nepokolebljivo branio korektnost tog kraljevskog poteza) i njegovo ime je i danas upisano uz nju (A25: Bečka partija, Steinitzov Gambit; Fraser-Minkwitz varijanta)


[Event "corr.Gambitni turnir"]
[Date "1908"]
[White "Drabble,J."]
[Black "Chaddwick,S."]
[Result "0:1"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nc3 Nc6 3. f4 exf4 4. d4 Qh4+ 5. Ke2 b6 6. Nf3 Ba6+ 7. Kd2 Qf2+ 8.
Ne2 Nb4 9. Qe1 Nf6 10. Kc3 Nxe4+ 11. Kb3 d5 12. c3 Bc4+ 13. Ka4 b5+ 14. Ka5 Nc6+
15. Ka6 b4+ 16. Kb7 Rb8+ 17. Kxc6 Rb6+ 18. Kxc7 Bd6+ 19. Kc8 Ke7# *
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\"Šah,poput ljubavi, poput glazbe, ima moć učiniti ljude sretnim\" .... S.Tarrasch

\"Istina je zemlja koja nema staze\" .... Jisshu Krishnamurti

\"Ego je ledeni brijeg. Otopite ga u dubokoj ljubavi, tada će on nestati, a vi ćete postati dio oceana.\"
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« Odgovor #20 na: 26-12-2012, 21:46:27 »
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Jedan kraljev marš od Kramnika:


[Event "Classical World Chess Championship"]
[Site "Brissago SUI"]
[Date "2004.01.15"]
[EventDate "?"]
[Round "14"]
[Result "1-0"]
[White "Vladimir Kramnik"]
[Black "Peter Leko"]
[ECO "B12"]
[WhiteElo "?"]
[BlackElo "?"]
[PlyCount "82"]

1. e4 {(Notes by GM Ray Keene.) Kramnik, the defending world champion, scored a brilliant victory in the 14th and final game; Peter Leko resigned after 41 moves when faced with checkmate. This is only the third time in the entire history of the World Championship that the defending champion has saved his title by winning in the final game. The game itself was a jewel of controlled aggression. Despite consistent exchanges throughout the game, Kramnik maintained an iron grip on the position and ultimately blasted his way into the black camp via the dark squares. Taking no account of material sacrifices it was Kramnik’s king that dealt the fatal blow when it marched right into the heart of the opposing position. This outstanding game, the best of the match, recalled the classic fifth game won by Petrosian against Botvinnik in 1963 when a similarly epic king march in an endgame brought White a classic victory. "I had to give everything, especially at the end, to win against such an opponent. Peter Leko is an incredible defender. For me it was more difficult than my match against Kasparov in the year 2000", said Kramnik after the game. Leko said in conclusion: "It was a very hard fight. In the end, it was not enough for me to win the title. I'm disappointed, but I'm looking forward to the future. I'm 25 years old, and I hope to get a new chance to become world champion." } c6 {Leko is not averse to repeating the main lines of the Caro-Kann.} 2. d4 d5 3. e5 {By contrast, Kramnik must seek sharper paths. This move, favoured by Nimzowitsch, Tal and Short, is ideal for a must-win situation, since it locks pawn formations and avoids premature exchanges.} Bf5 4. h4 {Nimzowitsch liked this 3 e5 variation and would play here 4 Bd3. His most famous game with this line is sadly a loss, a magnificent manoeuvring game against Capablanca from New York 1927. The most common alternative these days is 4 Nc3, as played for example by Kasparov in a drastic win over Karpov at Linares 2001, which continued 4...e6 5 g4 Bg6 6 Nge2 Ne7 7 Nf4 c5 8 dxc5 Nd7 9 h4 Nxe5 10 Bg2 h5 11 Qe2 N7c6 12 Nxg6 Nxg6 13 Bg5 Be7 14 gxh5 Nf8 15 Nb5 Nd7 16 h6. The latest try for Black is 4 Nc3 a5!? as in Sebag-Chiburdanidze, FIDE WCh Women KO, Elista 2004. Black won in 33 moves after 5 Be3 a4 6 a3 Qb6 7 Rb1 Qa5 8 g4 Bd7 9 Bg2 e6 10 Nge2 c5 11 0-0 Nc6 12 f4 h5. This 4 h4 line was tested repeatedly in the Tal-Botvinnik WCC match, Moscow 1961, with generally favourable results for Black. The paths they followed are retraced below.} h6 {4...h5 may be preferable, after which Tal tried 5 Ne2 e6 6 Ng3 g6 7 Nxf5 gxf5 8 c4 c5 9 cxd5 Qxd5 but only drew their 14th game from 1961.} 5. g4 {Instead 5 Ne2 is possible and in their 20 th game 5 e6 6 Ng3 Ne7 7 Nc3 Nd7 8 Be3 Bh7 9 Bd3 Bxd3 10 cxd3 h5 led to a marathon struggle and another draw.} Bd7 {It looks more natural to retreat the bishop along the b1-h7 diagonal, but, in that case, Black has to reckon with the dangerous pawn sac e5-e6.} 6. Nd2 {This looks like a new move. In the 10th Tal-Botvinnik game from 1961, we saw 6 h5 c5 7 c3 Nc6 8 Bh3 e6 9 Be3 Qb6 10 Qb3 cxd4 11 Qxb6 axb6 12 cxd4 Na5 and Black won in 42; while the 18 th game followed the course 6 c3 c5 7 Bg2 e6 8 Ne2 Bb5 9 Na3 Bxe2 10 Qxe2 cxd4 11 cxd4 Bxa3 12 bxa3 Nc6 and Black won again. However, Tal persisted with this line, and in Tal-Pachman, Bled 1961, he finally won after launching an attack following 7... e6 8 f4 Qb6 9 Nf3 Nc6 10 Na3 cxd4 11 cxd4 O-O-O 12 Nc2 Kb8 13 Bd3 Nge7 14 Rb1 Na5 15 Bd2 Rc8 16 b4.} c5 {Black has one way to free himself before White's pawns begin to exert a fatal grip.} 7. dxc5 e6 8. Nb3 Bxc5 {A small combination that regains his pawn, but at the cost of trading his dark squared bishop. 9...Qc7 would doubtless transpose, but this is more forcing.} 9. Nxc5 Qa5+ 10. c3 Qxc5 11. Nf3 Ne7 12. Bd3 Nbc6 13.Be3 Qa5 14. Qd2 {The tone of play for the middlegame is set -- Black's position is resilient, but White has a promising future on the central dark squares. Fritz now wanted to try the line-opening gambit 14...d4!?, but no human player would yet regard such drastic measures as necessary. (It's a mark of how far computer programs have advanced that Fritz makes this dynamic choice.)} Ng6 15. Bd4 {Accepting some exchanges, but White's dark square grip persists. In contrast, 15 Bxg6 gives black too much counterplay along the half-open f-file.} Nxd4 16.cxd4 Qxd2+ 17.Kxd2 Nf4 18.Rac1 {From now on, White's play is direct and brutal. I would have played Bf1 and followed it with Ke3. Kramnik has no truck with such sophisticated nuances and goes directly for the jugular.} h5 {And here I would have left Black's king's-side pawns severely alone and traded on d3. After 18...Nxd3 19 Kxd3 Ke7 20 Rc7 Rab8 followed by ...Rhc8, I believe Black could withstand the onslaught from White, though it must be admitted that White's knight will always be superior to Black's bishop.} 19. Rhg1 {19 g5 is possible instead, but Kramnik is all for open lines.} Bc6 20.gxh5 Nxh5 21.b4 a6 22.a4 {An admirable display of energy, but, after 22...Bxa4 23 Rc7 Bb5 24 Rxb7 O-O, Black reduces the tension and gains counterplay. Taking the pawn could even be dangerous for White after 25 Bxb5 axb5 26 Rxb5 Ra2+. For this reason, I prefer 22 Ke3 restricting Black's knight, and if 22...O-O then 23 Rg5 g6 24 Rcg1 Ng7 25 h5! or if 24...Kh8 25 Bxg6! fxg6 26 Rxg6 Rf7 27 Ng5 and wins.} Kd8 {? Leko exhibits an alarming tendency towards a bunker mentality. After this passive move, Black is strangled in the style of his hero Petrosian or of Nimzowitsch, the arch-blockader and early prophet of 3 e5 against the Caro-Kann.} 23. Ng5 Be8 24.b5 Nf4 {Clearing the a-file merely offers White a further avenue of attack after 24...axb5 25 axb5 Ra3 26 Ra1!} 25.b6 {Creating a terrible outpost on c7 for his rook. Black must prevent such an invasion at all costs.} Nxd3 26.Kxd3 Rc8 27.Rxc8+ Kxc8 28.Rc1+ Bc6 {Black has plugged one path for White's forces but more soon open. Black, we soon see, is fatally debilitated on the central dark square complex.} 29.Nxf7 Rxh4 30.Nd6+ Kd8 31.Rg1 Rh3+ {Passive defence is hopeless, so Black tries to clear off as many white pawns as he can. } 32.Ke2 Ra3 33.Rxg7 Rxa4 34.f4 {!! The decisive coup. White's small but highly efficient army is ready to concentrate its powers and deal the death blow. If now 34...Rxd4, then 35 f5 exf5 36 e6 Re4+ 37 Nxe4 fxe4 38 Rc7, threatening Rxc6, and if 37...Bb5+, 38 Ke3 when Black's b-pawn is doomed and White's king penetrates.} Ra2+ 35.Kf3 Ra3+ 36.Kg4 Rd3 37.f5 {The same theme. The way White's king now takes the Black fortress by storm with just rook and knight against rook and bishop reminds me strongly of the epic king march and superlative conclusion of game 5 from the Petrosian-Botvinnik WCC match, Moscow 1963.} Rxd4+ 38.Kg5 exf5 39.Kf6 Rg4 40.Rc7 Rh4 41.Nf7+ {Black resigns since 41...Ke8 42 Rc8+ Kd7 43 Rd8 is 'mate. A jewel of a game and a sublime atonement for the sins of omission in some previous games of this match. Now compare the celebrated king march by Petrosian that doubtless provided inspiration for Kramnik as he conducted his final onslaught. } 1-0
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