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Reden Conny 3.6 Mhz

Turnier Partien zum Spass im anlauf der neuen schachsaizon 2017-2018.

In die erste Partie, wo der Conny fur ein anti-sicilianische Alapin Eroffnung wahlte , passiert wenig bis der Conny fehlerhaft mit den Gegenstoss 31 Qd7 ??
ins Probleme kommte.


[Event "Prep Seizoen 2017-2018"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2017.09.02"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Constellation 3.6Mhz, Novag"]
[Black "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B22"]
[WhiteElo "1750"]
[BlackElo "1878"]
[PlyCount "80"]
[TimeControl "Turnier"]

1. e4 c5 2. c3 Nf6 3. e5 Nd5 4. d4 cxd4 5. cxd4 d6 6. Bc4
Nb6 7. Bb5+ Bd7 8. Be2 (8. e6 Bxb5 9. Qh5 Qc8 10. Qxb5+ Kd8 11. Be3) 8... e6 (
8... Bc6) 9. Nf3 Nc6 10. Nc3 dxe5 11. Nxe5 Nxe5 12. dxe5 Qc7 $1 13. Qd4 (13.
Bf4 Bb4) 13... Bc5 14. Nb5 $6 Qc6 (14... O-O-O 15. Nxc7 Bxd4 16. Nb5 Bxb5 17.
Bxb5 Bxe5 $19) (14... Bxb5 15. Bxb5+ Kf8 16. Qe4 Rd8 $11) 15. Qg4 Kf8 16. O-O
Nd5 17. Nd4 Qb6 18. Nb3 h5 19. Nxc5 Qxc5 (19... hxg4 $4 20. Nxd7+ Ke7 21. Nxb6
$18) 20. Qg5 Bb5 21. Bxb5 Qxb5 22. b3 $11 Qa5 (22... Rc8 23. Ba3+ Kg8 24. Rfc1
Rxc1+ 25. Rxc1 Qe2 {Dekt h5 en de Koning kan uitwijken naar h7 daardoor}) 23.
Bb2 Qd8 24. Qd2 Rh6 $2 25. Rac1 (25. f4 $1) 25... Rg6 26. Rfd1 Qh4 27. Ba3+ Kg8
28. f3 Nf4 29. g3 Qg5 (29... Rxg3+ 30. hxg3 Qxg3+ 31. Kf1 Qxf3+ 32. Qf2 Qh1+
33. Qg1 Qf3+ 34. Qf2 Qh1+ 35. Qg1 Qf3+ 36. Qf2) 30. Rc7 h4 31. Qd7 $4 (31. g4
Nh3+ 32. Kh1 Qxe5 $11) 31... hxg3 32. Qxf7+ Kh7 33. h4 Qxh4 34. Rd2 g2 {
Threatens Qe1+ Kh2 Rh6+} 35. Qxg6+ (35. Rc1 Nh3+ 36. Kh2 Qg3#) 35... Kxg6 36.
Rxg2+ Nxg2 37. Kxg2 Rd8 38. Bd6 Rh8 39. Rxb7 Qh2+ 40. Kf1 Qd2 0-1



In die zweite Partie, wo der Conny fur das Orthodox Damengambit wahlte, whalte er für den Zug 11....g5 die dan wieder Unorthodox war.
Wenn der Conny ,der schon ein konigsangriff durchsteht , denn noch auf bauerngewinn mit 16.... Qxb2 ? geht
war den Weg frei fur Weiss um mittels ein Turmopfer auf den notwendige Springer auf f6, schwarz hoffnungslos hinten zu lassen.


[Event "Prep Seizoen 2017-2018"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2017.09.03"]
[Round "2"]
[White "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Black "Constellation 3.6Mhz, Novag"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "D60"]
[WhiteElo "1878"]
[BlackElo "1750"]
[PlyCount "51"]
[TimeControl "Turnier"]

1. d4 d5 2. c4 e6 3. Nc3 Nf6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. e3 O-O 6. Nf3
Nbd7 7. Bd3 (7. Rc1 c6) 7... c5 8. O-O h6 9. Bh4 Nb6 $6 (9... dxc4 10. Bxc4 a6)
10. Ne5 $5 (10. b3) 10... dxc4 11. Nxc4 g5 12. Bg3 cxd4 13. exd4 Nxc4 (13...
Qxd4 $4 14. Bh7+) 14. Bxc4 Qb6 15. f4 $6 (15. b3 $14) 15... gxf4 $2 (15... Rd8
{Attacks whites weak spot along with the diagonal Qb6/g1} 16. fxg5 Rxd4 17. Qe2
Ne4 $16) 16. Bxf4 $16 Qxb2 $4 (16... Rd8 17. Be5) 17. Nb5 Qb4 (17... a6 $2 18.
Rb1) (17... Bd7 $4 18. Rb1) 18. Rc1 {Threatens Bd2} Qa5 19. Bxh6 Re8 20. Bd3 {
Threatens Rxf6 Bxf6 Qg4+} Qd8 (20... Rd8) 21. Rxf6 Bxf6 22. Qg4+ Kh8 23. Qe4
Bxd4+ 24. Nxd4 Qxd4+ 25. Qxd4+ e5 26. Qh4 1-0

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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Diesmal war es schwieriger und suchte ich mein gluck in ein turmendspiel.
Denn weit aufgeruckte Bauer kostete im endspiel eigentlich die partie.


[Event "Home Seizoen Prep 2017-2018"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2017.09.03"]
[Round "3"]
[White "Constellation 3.6Mhz, Novag"]
[Black "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B29"]
[WhiteElo "1750"]
[BlackElo "1878"]
[PlyCount "138"]
[EventDate "2017.??.??"]
[TimeControl "60/120:0"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 e6 3. Nf3 Nf6 4. e5 Nd5 5. Nxd5 exd5 6. d4 d6 (6... Nc6 7. dxc5
Bxc5 8. Be2 d6 9. Qxd5 Be6 10. Qe4 dxe5 11. Nxe5 Nxe5 12. Qxe5 Qa5+ 13. Kf1 Qb6
14. Be3 Bxe3 15. fxe3) 7. Bb5+ Bd7 8. Bxd7+ Qxd7 (8... Nxd7 9. dxc5 $14 {
and d5 is "en prise"}) 9. Qe2 Be7 10. c4 $5 (10. exd6 Qxd6 11. dxc5 Qxc5 12.
O-O O-O $14) (10. Be3 cxd4 11. Bxd4 O-O 12. O-O-O $11) 10... dxc4 (10... cxd4
$1 11. cxd5 dxe5 12. Qxe5 O-O 13. Qxd4 Bf6 14. Qd3 Rd8 $15) 11. d5 $2 (11. exd6
Qxd6 12. dxc5 Qxc5 13. O-O O-O 14. Be3 $11) (11. Qxc4 cxd4 12. exd6 Qxd6 13.
Qc8+ Bd8 14. O-O O-O $11) 11... O-O (11... dxe5 12. Nxe5 Qxd5 $17) 12. Qxc4
dxe5 (12... b5 13. Qe4 f5 $1 14. Qf4 (14. exf6 Bxf6 $19) 14... dxe5 15. Qxe5
Bf6 16. Qe6+ Qxe6+ 17. dxe6 $17) 13. Nxe5 Qf5 $15 (13... Qc7) 14. Qf4 Qf6 15.
O-O Rd8 16. Qe4 Nd7 17. Ng4 Qd4 $6 (17... Qg6 18. Nh6+ Kf8 19. Nf5 Re8 $11) 18.
Qxe7 (18. Nh6+) 18... Qxg4 19. Be3 b6 20. Rfd1 Re8 21. Qd6 Ne5 $17 22. Qc7 Nc4
23. Re1 $2 (23. b3) 23... Qc8 $2 (23... Nxb2 $17 24. Rab1 Nd3 25. Red1 c4 $1
$19) 24. Qxc8 Raxc8 25. b3 Nxe3 26. Rxe3 (26. fxe3 f5 $15) 26... Rcd8 $11 (
26... Kf8) 27. Rxe8+ $2 $17 Rxe8 28. d6 (28. Rd1 Kf8 29. Kf1 Rd8 30. Ke2 Ke7
31. Ke3 Kd6 32. Kf3 $17) 28... Rd8 29. Rd1 f6 30. f4 f5 31. Kf2 Kf7 32. Rd5 g6
33. g4 fxg4 34. f5 $17 Kf6 (34... gxf5 35. Rxf5+ Ke6 36. Rh5 Rxd6 37. Rxh7 Rd2+
38. Kg3 Rxa2 39. Kxg4 Ra3 40. h4 $17) 35. fxg6 hxg6 36. Kg3 Ke6 37. Rg5 Rg8 38.
d7 Kxd7 39. Kxg4 $17 Ke6 40. h4 Kf7 41. Rd5 $17 Re8 42. Kg5 Ke6 43. Rd3 Rh8 $1
44. Rf3 Rh5+ 45. Kxg6 $2 (45. Kg4) 45... Rxh4 $19 46. Rf6+ Kd5 47. Rf7 a5 48.
Rf6 Rb4 49. Rf5+ Kd4 50. Rf8 Kc3 51. Rf1 Kb2 52. Rf2+ Ka3 53. Kf6 $2 (53. Kg5
b5 54. Kf6 a4 55. bxa4 bxa4 56. Ke5 Rb2 57. Rf4 Rxa2 $19) 53... Re4 (53... c4
54. bxc4 Rxc4 55. Rf5 a4 56. Rb5 Rc6+ $19) 54. Rd2 b5 55. Rc2 Kb4 (55... c4 56.
bxc4 Rxc4 57. Rf2 b4 58. Ke6 a4 $19) 56. Rf2 a4 57. bxa4 Kxa4 58. Kg7 Ka3 59.
Rc2 c4 60. Kf6 Re1 61. Rd2 Ra1 62. Rd5 b4 63. Ra5+ Kb2 64. Ra4 c3 65. Rxb4+
Kxa2 66. Ra4+ Kb1 67. Rb4+ Kc1 68. Rb7 Ra2 69. Rc7 c2 0-1
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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Diese Partie entstand nach einige Züge aus den EroffnungsBuch "Play the Sicilian Kan" von der hand von IGM Johan Hellsten (Sweden, Fide 2550, Nr 508 in der Welt, Nr 4 in Sweden).
Chapter 10

Die frage war, wie als schachspieler umgehen mit die Kan, Maroczy Bind variant, gegen ein Gegner gleiche gehalt (oder wenigstens eine die
keine figuren in 1 oder 2 Züge verspielt)


Es is eine schone theoretische Partie gewesen, der Conny war zu meine uberaschung Abtauschscheu un zudem einigermasse kreativ.
Er hatte Drohungen und diese Drohungen hatten zum Folge das daraus von mir aus eine schlechte Entscheidung entstand . Trotzdem musste der Conny
durchhalten. Es war wirklich spass diese Gerat wieder zum leben zu sehen, wie in die vergangene Oldies zeiten.

Der Conny 2.0 war damals mein beste Gegner, sparring Partner im anlauf nach Turniere und eben damals mein Lehrmeister (analyse stufe ) , genauso wie Fritz damals , nach die partien .
Der Conny 2.0 hat den geist gegeben (platine kaputt) aber mittlerweile habe ich die 3.6 Mhz, von ich glaube ein Mitglied hier.
ich hab ihm wider herausgefordert fur eine Partie schach in unsere Wohnzimmer mit ein grosser schachbrett dazu.



[Event "Thuispartij 27-01-2018"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2018.01.27"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Conny, 3.6Mhz"]
[Black "Stef"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B41"]
[WhiteElo "1757"]
[BlackElo "1858"]

[PlyCount "95"]
[TimeControl "240+2"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 (2... Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 e6 5. Nc3
Qc7 {Taimanov}) 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 a6 {
Typical for the Kan, this move precedes Qc7} 5. c4 {After the lateron to
follow Bd3, this setup is called the Maroczy Bind. Though Bf1 is locked in,
the position aims to control fields b5 & d5, blacks main moves, so the
Maroczy bind is kind of a weapon in the hands of some players} Nf6 6. Nc3 (6. Bd3 $6
Nc6 7. Be3 d5 {and the position is already equal}) 6... Bb4 {
A bit more obvious as Qc7 actually} (6... Qc7 {The classic move, aimed to
excert pressure on the c4 pawn. The queen disallows e5 !} 7. a3 {In almost all
cases a tempo loss, but the pin of Nc3 with the pressure on e4 is a problem
with a centre like this.} b6 {Hedgehog (Igle) setup. As black does not
have b5, nor d5 in this position, the development of the white square bischop
is over b7. Pawn b6 is weakened, and Be3, Qd2 and Na4 are usually the means to exploit this} 8.
Be3 Bb7 9. f3 Nc6 10. Be2 {And white is a bit better}) 7. Bd3 Nc6 (7... Qc7 $5
8. O-O Nc6 9. Bc2 Nxd4 10. Qxd4 $14 {White is standing better, both bishops
are out and e5 is threatening, this disfavours 7 ... Qc7 a bit in favor of 7 ..
. Nc6}) 8. Nde2 $5 {A bit surprisingly the Conny chooses this option, and all
considered a good choice. One wold expect that the xchange chances against a
chess program are pretty high but no, the Conny avoids it. Well done Conny !} (8. Nxc6
dxc6 9. e5 Qa5 10. exf6 Bxc3+ 11. bxc3 Qxc3+ 12. Bd2 Qxd3 13. fxg7 Rg8 {
This is a position commonly reached in games and heavily analyzed , unsure if
this will be a critical line for black over time, chances are according to
theory about equal.}) 8... Ne5 {Less efficient as in the move order of Qc7. So
this is a lesson to be added in my repertoire} (8... Qc7 9. O-O Ne5 {This move is
an anti-maroczy move, as it clearly illustrates the weakness of c4 as well,
moreover , due to the Bb4, b3 is no option. Therefore, if a chance is there to
avoid Bb4, a3 is inserted instead } 10. f4 Nxc4 11. Kh1 b5 {
And white has some initiativ as compensation for the pawn.}) 9. O-O O-O (9...
Qc7 {Was still interesting ! Another moveorder in this typical anti-maroczy
opening line}) 10. a3 $5 {An excellent move of the Conny after the xchange
, the queen will move to e2}
Bd6 $6 {A move suggested by my son, as the square is more active and
the white squared bishop will be played after b6. Nonetheless not fully
equalising the game.} (10... Bc5 11. b4 Be7 12. f4 Nxd3 13. Qxd3 d6 {This looked
promosing for white, but d6 avoids e5, on which lack should retreat and with a
bishop on d3 , heading for h7. Now avoiding the push to e5 , the whole setup has lost much of its venom})
11. Bf4 $6 {A curious move though not the best, and now the plan Qc7 followed
by Nxd3 or Nf3+ is very promising. Th better alternatives were 11. f4 , Ng3 or
Bg3} (11. f4 Bc5+ 12. Kh1 Nxd3 13. Qxd3 d5 14. e5 Ng4 $16 {
and white has the upper hand}) (11. Bg5 $6 h6 12. Bxf6 Qxf6 13. f4 Bc5+ 14. Kh1
Ng4 15. Qe1 $11) (11. Ng3 Qc7 (11... Ng6 $6 12. f4 $1 e5 13. f5 Bc5+ 14. Kh1
Nf4 (14... Ne7 $4 15. Bg5 $18) 15. Bxf4 exf4 $16 {and white has the upperhand})
12. Bg5 Nxd3 13. Qxd3 Be7 14. Nh5 Ng4 15. Bf4 d6 $14 {With an edge for white})
11... Qc7 {Exerts pressure on c4, though in the current Nxc4 fails on Bxd6
(Qxd6 Bxc4) Nxd6 e5 !! Another option is Nf3+ or even better Nxd3 followed by
Bxh2} (11... Bc7 {Is considered best by Stockfish}) 12. Bg3 {The Conny played
the obvious, apart from xChanging on e5. Now the position is balanced again} (
12. Bxe5 Bxe5 13. f4 Qb6+ 14. Kh1 Bb8 $16) 12... Nh5 {This night that only
couldbe pinned horribly, will acrifice itself for the Bg3. One can say black
has resolved all his opening issues and equalised nicely.} 13. Bxe5 Bxe5 {
Due to Nh5, f4 is not possible} 14. h3 {
Not as good as 14 g3 a more profilactic move} (14. g3 g6 15. f4 Bg7 16. e5 d6
17. g4 Nxf4 18. Rxf4 dxe5 19. Rf2 f5 $15 {And black has excellent
compensation for the N for 2 connected + pawns, centre control and the
initiative}) 14... Nf4 {Bit unfortunate, as white will demonstrate he will
convert this to a position with some initiative} (14... b6) 15. Nxf4 Bxf4 16.
Qg4 $5 (16. g3 Bxg3 17. fxg3 Qxg3+ 18. Kh1 Qxh3+ 19. Kg1 Qg3+ {
with perpetual check}) 16... Bh6 $6 {
A move concerned by e5, though g6 is always there ...panic for nothing} (16...
b6 $1 17. g3 Be5 18. f4 f5 19. exf5 Bxc3 20. bxc3 (20. fxe6 $4 Bd4+) 20... exf5
21. Qe2 {
and now white is a bit shacky behind the pawns with the white squared bishop.}
(21. Bxf5 $4 Qc5+ $19)) 17. Rad1 d6 $6 {Creates itself as a weakness, the
bishop should still be developped via b7. It has the small plus of having some
control over e5 , at the moment} (17... b6) 18. Qe2 {Uninspired move} (18. Qg3
e5 19. Nd5 Qd8 20. c5 {Whatever black tries, white has the initiative}) 18...
b6 {Everytime in a game of sicilian with black, the b6 moment is a bit shaky
(unless not all pieces are developped) , it always is a weak moment for the
rook on a8} 19. e5 {A wonderfull idea by the Conny, it demonstrates via dxe5
Qe4 how to exploit the situation. However digging into more depth , there is a
caveat in his thinking (and mine as well) , provided you didn't abandon the
analysis already. The queen could get trapped !} Bb7 $2 $18 {Black overwhelmed
by the idea, and the idea on top of exd6 Qxd6, Bxh7+ decides to give the pawn
in the best possible way which tips the balance to white} (19... dxe5 20. Qe4 f5 21. Qxa8 $4 Bb7 $1 22.
Qa7 Ra8 23. Qxa8+ Bxa8 $19 {and black has the upper hand !!!}) 20. exd6 Qb8 21.
Rfe1 Rd8 22. Qc2 g6 (22... Bf4) 23. Be4 Rd7 $2 (23... Bf8 {Simply better then
blocking the pawn, with the trhreat around of Nf6+, hereby limiting blacks
bishop} 24. Bxb7 Qxb7 25. Ne4 {
f5 is not much of an option, as e6 is severely impacted}) 24. Qa4 Qc8 {
Does not help, but in a bad position, nothing ever helps} 25. Bxb7 Qxb7 26. b3
$2 {Teethless, black survives} (26. b4 b5 27. cxb5 axb5 28. Qxb5 $18) 26... Bg7
27. Re3 {Makes sense but Ne4 makes more sense} Qc8 $2 (27... Bxc3 28. Rxc3 $16)
(27... Rad8 28. Ne4 $16) 28. Ne4 f5 {Black decides to take a risk to get to d6}
29. Ng5 e5 30. Ne6 Bf6 31. Nc7 Ra7 32. Nd5 Qd8 $2 {
Now the game is out, the thought to gain d6 is based on loose sand} (32... Rxd6
33. Nxf6+ Rxf6 34. Rxe5 {A variation suggested by my son and surely better
that what I made of it as d6 is off the board and a draw is still very much
possible}) 33. Qc6 Rab7 34. Nxf6+ Qxf6 35. Qd5+ {
and a second pawn goes, now the game is escalating for black} Kf8 36. Qxe5 Kf7
37. Qxf6+ Kxf6 38. Re8 Kf7 39. Ra8 a5 (39... Ke6 40. Rxa6 Rxd6 41. Rxd6+ Kxd6
42. Kf1 $18) 40. Kh2 Kf6 41. Kg3 g5 42. Rd5 $1 {
With this move pressure from behind Rf8/Rg8 finsihes of black in rapid tempo}
Rf7 43. Re8 h5 44. h4 f4+ (44... Rg7) 45. Kf3 gxh4 46. Rxh5 Rfd7 47. Rxh4 Kg5
$4 {Despite this ugly move, the game was hopeless} (47... Rxd6 48. Rh6+ Kf7
49. Rxd6 Kxe8 50. a4 $18) 48. Rg4+ 1-0

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Dies Partie entstand nach die Züge aus das Buch "Play the Sicilian Kan" von der hand von IGM Johan Hellsten (Sweden).
Chapter 10
Nice comments of this interesting game.
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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Wiederum eine Partie mit vorgabe von die erste 7 Züge aus den Buch
von Johan Hellsten : "Play the Sicilian Kan" , Chapter 4
7... Lc5 oder die "Moderne" Variante

Schwarz macht einige schwierige entscheidingen und der Conny was macht er ?
Er spielte wirklich agressiv, erst positionel, um am ende mit ein TurmOpfer mich zu erledingen
Ein wirkliche Knock-Out (KO) war es !

Stand Stefan (Fide 1839/N 1858) versus Conny 3.6 Mhz 3 - 2


[Event "Thuispartij 02/2018"]
[Date "2018.02.07"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Conny, 3.6 MHz"]
[Black "TS"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B43"]
[WhiteElo "1754"]
[BlackElo "1858"]
[Annotator "Stef"]
[PlyCount "59"]
[TimeControl "240+2"]

1. e4 {[%emt 0:00:00]} c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 a6 5.
Nc3 Qc7 6. Bd3 Nf6 7. O-O Bc5 {See Play the Sicilian Kan from IGM
Johan Hellsten,chapter 4} 8. Nb3 {
Less common is Be3, protecting the g1-a7 diagonal where 9.a4 & f4 are the main
lines} Be7 {The Main Line of the 7.Bc5 Modern Variation} 9. Qf3 b5 $5 {Diagram # The big
question in the Kan, what is the appropriate time to play b5 ?} 10. e5 {
In nearly all Sicilian games, if white manages to get the pawn on e5, and
maintain this one or the exchanged f-pawn equivalent , his chances on ar win are really
high. Thats why the move 9... b5 could have been inappropriate.} Bb7 11. Qe3 (
11. Qg3 Nh5 12. Qg4 g6 $11) (11. Qe2 Qc6 $6 12. f4 Nd5 $14) 11... Nd5 (11...
Qc6 $2 12. f3 $1 Nd5 13. Nxd5 exd5 $16 (13... Qxd5 $4 14. Be4)) (11... Ng4 {
A nice double attack !} 12. Qg3 h5 13. f4 Nc6 $11) 12. Qg3 {Diagram # Now the
N left his place on f6 , there is no more Nh5 to circumvent the issue after
0-0 & Bh6, g6 would be forced with Bxf8 as a consequence. White is already
better, the e5 advance already causes some issues.} g6 {A first concession} 13.
Nxd5 {Better was 13. Ne4} (13. Ne4 Nb4 14. Nd6+ Bxd6 15. exd6 Qc6 16. Na5 Qd5
17. Nxb7 Qxb7 $16) 13... Bxd5 14. Rd1 {An anti d6 move} Nc6 (14... d6 $2 15.
Bf4 Kd7 16. Be4 $1 Bxe4 17. exd6 Qc4 18. dxe7+ Kxe7 19. Bd6+ $18) 15. Bf4 $5 (
15. Bh6) 15... Rd8 (15... g5 $5 $17 16. Bd2 (16. Bxg5 Rg8 17. f4 h6 $19) 16...
Qxe5) 16. a4 Qb8 $6 {Not the best, g5 was still possible} (16... g5 $14) 17.
axb5 axb5 18. Be2 {An uninspired move} O-O (18... d6 $4 19. exd6 Bxd6 20. Bxd6
Rxd6 (20... Qxd6 21. Bxb5 $18) 21. Bxb5 O-O 22. c4 $18) 19. Bh6 $2 (19. Rd2 b4
20. Nd4 Nxd4 21. Rxd4 d6 22. Rad1 $14) 19... Rfe8 20. Bf4 Nb4 $6 (20... b4 $14)
{Double attack on b5, that can' t advance} 21. Nd4 Bc4 22. Bf3 Qb6 {Diagram # B
lack is again worse, no plan, just holding together. The only idea of this
move is to play d6 without being on the h2-b8 diagonal.} 23. b3 (23. c3 Nd5 (
23... Nd3 {fails unfortunately} 24. b3 Nxf4 25. bxc4 g5 26. Nxb5 $18) (23...
Nc6 $6 24. Be3 Qc7 (24... Bc5 25. Nxc6 dxc6 26. Rxd8 Rxd8 27. Bxc5 Qxc5 28. Qg5
$16) 25. Nxc6 dxc6 26. Rxd8 Rxd8 27. Ra7 $18) 24. Bxd5 Bxd5 25. Be3 Qb7 26. Ra5
b4 $14) 23... Bd5 24. Bxd5 {After this, black is out of most of his problems} (
24. Be2 Bc6 25. Be3 Nd5 26. Nxb5 Nxe3 27. Qxe3 Qxe3 28. fxe3 $16) 24... Nxd5
25. Nf5 $5 {Very interesting move, easy to overlook too as I did. A typical
Conny/Superconny move. I like his approach to take the initiative in the game.
Positionally the game is very promising for white, now its about the right
time to go into the tactics, the black monarch is relatively speaking under
attack.} Bb4 $2 {I assumed I could afford this move, I could at any time play
Bf8, so I thought. The Conny demonstrates this was a mistake actually.} (25...
Bf8 26. Nh6+ Bxh6 27. Bxh6 Qc7 $14 {
Controls c4 otherwise the hold on f6 would be winning for white.}) (25... exf5
26. Rxd5 Ra8 $14 {is quite solid, why didn't I play this ?}) 26. Nh6+ Kg7 {
Diagram #} (26... Kh8 {Diagram #} 27. Bg5 Kg7 28. Qf3 $18) (26... Kf8 27. Qf3
$3 {This move is a killer !!! Be3 with double attack on Queen and f7 is deadly}
f5 (27... Qc6 28. Bg5 f5 29. Bxd8 (29. Nxf5 $6 {Doubtedly better then 29. Bxd8}
exf5 $4 (29... gxf5 30. Qg3 Kf7 $3 (30... Ra8 $4 31. Bh6+ Ke7 32. Qg5+ Kf7 33.
Qg7#) 31. Qh4 Rg8 32. Qxh7+ $4 Rg7 $19) 30. Bxd8 Rxd8 31. Rxd5 $18) 29... Rxd8
30. Ng4 Bc3 31. Ra7 $16) 28. exf6 Bd6 $18 {and black is in serious problems})
27. Bg5 Be7 {Diagram #} 28. Rxd5 $1 {A rook sacrifice of the Conny !!!} (28. c4
bxc4 29. bxc4 Bxg5 30. Qxg5 $18) 28... Bxg5 (28... exd5 29. Nf5+ (29. Bxe7 Rxe7
30. Nf5+ Kf8 31. Nxe7 Kxe7 32. Qh4+ Kf8 33. Qxh7 $18) 29... Kf8 (29... gxf5 $4
30. Bf6+ Kf8 31. Qg7#) 30. Bxe7+ Rxe7 31. Nxe7 Kxe7 32. Qh4+ $18) 29. Rd6 Qc5
$4 {
A terrible mistake as now black is one piece down and till faces this attack.}
(29... Qxd6 30. exd6 Ra8 31. Rd1 Bxh6 $18 {Was my only option}) 30. Qxg5 {
I abandonned, I'm thought a lesson.} 1-0

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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Diese Partie entstand nach einige Züge aus das EroffnungsBuch "Play the Sicilian Kan" von der hand von IGM Johan Hellsten (Sweden, Fide 2550, Nr 508 in der Welt, Nr 4 in Sweden).
Chapter 1, 6te Zug weniger gespielte wahle... (mit vorgabe von 6 Zuge)

Schwarz konnte relativ gut die "schwache" diese weniger gespielte 6te Zug variant aus den Buch etwas ausnutzen. Es stellt keine probleme für Schwarz, ohne das den Zug schlecht ist, nur das weiss andere
Zuge hat mit etwas mehr gewinn chancen.

Aber der Conny schliesst (ohne Zweck) scheinbar sein eigener turm ein, und schwarz konnte das nicht verweigern. Der Conny gewan trotzdem 2 leichtfiguren fur sein Turm.
Schwarz konnte seine figuren maximal aktivieren, aber in diese offne Partie mit reine tactische themen, war es am ende der Conny der alles sehr schon
unter kontrolle hatte und all Drohungen muheloss zur zeite legte und gleichzeitig gefahrlich sein konnte. Am ende war es den schwarzen Monarch die eher und ohne richtige
hilfe Gefahrdet war. Ein aussermasse lehrreiche Partie !

Stand Stefan (Fide 1839/N 1858) versus Conny 3.6 Mhz 3 - 3

Viel spass beim nachspielen !!!


[Event "Home 02/2018 Game 5"]
[Site "Hewlett-Packard Company"]
[Date "2018.02.10"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Novag Constellation, 3.6 Mhz"]
[Black "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "B43"]
[WhiteElo "1757"]
[BlackElo "1858"]
[Annotator "Stefan/Fritz"]
[PlyCount "66"]
[TimeControl "240+2"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 a6 5. Nc3
Qc7 {As the pawns on e6 & a6 Prevent Nc3 to attack c7, this square is ideal
for the Black Queen, as it controls e5, the square e5 being whites objective besides a kingsside storm
for nearly all Sicilian setups.} 6. f4 {This is a 6th move sideline , the most common
reply is 6.Bd3 to be fair . I forced the Conny once again to continue from here. Its too
briefly discussed in the book "How to play the Sicilian Kan" from IGM Hellsten
(SWE) but to me a potential aggressive way to beat the Kan as it kind of
touches the surface of the Grand-Prix attack ideas.} b5 {6... Nc6 is a
Taimanov alike reply, but the push b5 is always intriguing to me. As white
already played f4, e5 is already available to him at once , though black would
eventually play d6 etc ... still the resulting exchange on e5 will open the f-file for
whites rook (after 0-0). But there is a downside, and that is the g1 to a7
diagonal. Lets see if I can take advantage of this and find the reason why in this book
the move is just a sideline and nothing more. For me playing a game with 6.f4
and gaining some insight playing a game could shed a light on this.} 7. Bd3 Bb7 {As stated white
could play e5, and black strives for the weakness BEHIND the pawn, being the
white squares d5/e4/f3/g2 along the h1-a8 diagonal.} 8. O-O {Looking at my Fritz Chessbase,
this one doesn't exist in the small book contained with the program. Its clear that when the pawn leaves
for f4 , that 0-0 creates this issue along the a7-g1 diagonal. But how bad is it really that GMs do not play it ?} Bc5 {
The logical move} 9. Be3 {Another alternative is Nce2, but with a transposition
of moves we end up in this variation anyhow.} Nc6 10. Nce2 (10. Nf5 $6 {
Advise : always look at this option in ANY Sicilian system !!!! For Some reason the
Conny long considered this move but finally skipped it. The idea is clear, and
one of the surprise weapons of white in any Sicilian system, especially if
black plays e5 with the N on d4. It also makes sense as Be3 is undefended,
the move is attacking but handles a defensive issue at the same time. Still
its premature.} Qb6 11. Nxg7+ Kf8 12. Nxe6+ dxe6 $17 {
and white lost a N for 2 pawns}) 10... Qb6 (10... Qb6) (10... Nf6 11. c3 d5 $11
{And blacks game is leveled} 12. e5 Ng4 13. Bc1 Rc8 14. h3 Nh6 $11) 11. c3 e5
$5 {Interesting idea of mine, and also considered best by my chessengine. It
prevents white from playing e5 , attacks the white Nd4 and with the doubled
pressure on the a7-g1 diagonal a threat to white.} 12. fxe5 Nxe5 {Attacks Bd3,
and an exchange on it would also cause less problems for black castling
kingsside. Now the f-file is whites plus.} 13. Rf5 (13. b4 Be7 14. a4 Nxd3 15.
Qxd3 $14) 13... Ng4 14. Bf4 {This move is a bit peculiar as it looks that the
white rook is lacking space, this inspired me to a adopt this strategy which
is premature after all} (14. Bd2 N8h6 15. Rf1 Qg6 $11) 14... g6 $6 15. Rg5 h5 (15... N4f6
$11) 16. h3 f6 $2 {I decided to step up one or even 2 levels in complexity} (16...
N4f6 $14) 17. Rxg6 Ne7 18. Rg7 Kf8 19. Rxe7 Kxe7 20. hxg4 Rag8 {This was the
idea, to go for an attack on the white monarch. Hxg4 would only slow down this idea and
the recapture seems to be a loss of tempo at this stage. The Queen should move over the 6th-line ASAP , for this only f6 has to move.
So this one will be sacrificed as well in the end.} 21. gxh5 Rxh5 $18 {Diagram # Blacks
king is unsafe, not immediately, blacks pieces require more coordination but its
diagonals and g/h/ file are already promising. White has the pin on d4 and whites
queen and rook are passive. Still white is 2 pieces and a pawn up for a rook and
there is no real clearly visible compensation , just a few emerging threats.} 22. b4 {Here I took a long
consideration. Clearly I didn't want to loose this bishop but apart from some wild and bad
ideas there is not much of an alterative.} Bxd4+ (22... Qe6 $4 23. bxc5 Rxg2+ (
23... Qh3 24. Ng3 Rxg3 25. Bxg3 Qh1+ (25... Qxg3 26. Qxh5 $18) 26. Kf2 $18) 24.
Kxg2 Qh3+ 25. Kf2 Qh4+ 26. Bg3 $18) 23. cxd4 {Making sense as the pin on Nd4
is no longer ,still the chess engine favors Nd4. I actually replied very
sharp !} (23. Nxd4 Rgh8 24. Kf2 $18) 23... f5 $1 $16 {White has the upperhand
but black wonderfully managed to improve the activity of his pieces and have
some real threats. The Queen can now be transferred to the g-file . The e4 pawn
is weak and can't push due to Rxg2+ followed by Rh1 checkmate} 24. Qc2 {A profilactic
move as it defends e4 and threatens Qc5 with an exchange of Queens as some secondary thought.} (24.
e5 $4 Rxg2+ 25. Kf1 Rh1+ 26. Ng1 Rhxg1#) 24... Rc8 (24... Rh3 $5 25. Rd1 Rxd3
26. Rxd3 Bxe4 27. Re3 Rxg2+ 28. Kf1 $18) 25. Qb1 $11 {And for the chessengine
the position is again in balance !!! So my energetic play payed off in the end.
I was quite happy with this position in the game as well.} Qg6 {Black hurries to get his queen over but had a
better option} (25...
Rch8 26. Kf2 fxe4 27. Bxe4 Rh1 28. Qc2 Rxa1 29. Bxb7) 26. Ng3 {
A serious obstruction} Rg8 {
Better than moving the Rook on h5, as g2 is under attack} 27. exf5 {
A consequence of Ng3, as the coordination Bb7/Qg6 fails to enter g2} Qg4 28.
f6+ {White copies the idea to sacrifice a pawn to have more play....} (28. Be5
$4 Rh1+ 29. Nxh1 (29. Kf2 Rxb1 30. Rxb1 d6 31. f6+ Kf7 32. Be2 $19) (29. Kxh1
Qh3+ $1 30. Kg1 Qxg2#) 29... Qxg2#) 28... Kd8 (28... Kf7 29. Qf1 Rh4 30. Be5 d6
31. Bf5 $18) (28... Kxf6 29. Nxh5+ $18) 29. Qf1 {The only move to stay in the
game for white, but at the same time the winning move !!! All blacks tactical
plans to mate on g2 fail now} (29. f7 $4 Rh1+ 30. Kxh1 (30. Nxh1 Qxg2#) (30. Kf2
Qxf4+ 31. Ke2 Bf3+ 32. gxf3 Rh2+ 33. Kf1 Qxf3+ 34. Ke1 Qf2+ 35. Kd1 Qd2#) 30...
Qh3+ 31. Kg1 Qxg2#) 29... Rh4 30. f7 Rf8 31. Be5 {Threatens Bf6+} Rh6 32. Bf6+
Kc8 33. Qc1+ Kb8 {And black looses a rook.} 0-1

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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Diesmal habe ich für das Buch "Grand-Prix Attack" von IGM Evgeny Sveshnikov (Rus, Fide 2480) gewählt.
Weil dies ziemlich neue theory ist, habe ich der Conny noch den auswahl von den 4ten Zug erlaubt.
Er wahlte 4.Bc4 durchaus ein normal aussehende Zug , zumindest für ein Amateur wie Ich.

Schwarz war lang ein Igel aber nach 22. ... f5 wird es endlich interssant.

Nach das tactisch gepragte Spiel das folgte hätte Schwarz 2 leichtfiguren für ein Turm und 2 bauer.
Der Conny Spielte zweifelhaft 30. e6 ?! , und noch spater war den Turm Tausch 33 Rxd4 (?) auch ein wenig unglucklich. Danach war Ich sehr schlampig (47....Ne1 ? 48 a4 !!)
Aber Der Conny mit sein horizont beschrankung verspielte seine chancen , und weiss konnte ziemlich einfach die restliche Zugen herausfinden.

Eine wiederum sehr schöne partie, jedoch hier konnte Ich mit ein einigermasse bessere Endspieltechnik , oder lassen wir es "Erfahrung" nennen , das Spiel gewinnen.

Stand Stefan (Fide 1839/N 1858) - vs - Conny 3.6 Mhz (AktivSchach 1750) 4 - 3





[Event "Thuismatchen 02/2018"]
[Date "2018.02.18"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Novag Constellation, 3.6Mhz"]
[Black "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B23"]
[WhiteElo "1757"]
[BlackElo "1858"]
[Annotator "Stefan_T"]
[PlyCount "125"]
[TimeControl "240+2"]

1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 {Such a move is either typical
for the Grand-Prix Attack or the Closed Sicilian, its much less ambitious then
2.Nf3 , which has more control over d4. This move on the other hand avoids an
early d5, a move that is "undesired" by the white players loving the Grand-Prix
Attack for some other reasons then this variation}
(2. f4 {The Grand-Prix attack actually starts with 2. f4, here some
examples of blacks main reply 2. d5} d5 3. exd5 Qxd5 4. Nc3 Qd8 5. Nf3 Nf6 6.
Ne5 (6. d4 e6 (6... g6 7. Bb5+ Bd7 8. dxc5 Qa5 $14) 7. Be3 Nbd7 8. dxc5 Bxc5 9.
Bxc5 Nxc5 10. Qxd8+ Kxd8 11. O-O-O+ Ke7 $14) 6... e6 7. Bb5+ Nbd7) 2... Nc6 {
The most common reply, as white seizes to take d4, the development of 2...Nc6
is better then 2... e6 or 2....d6} 3. f4 e6 {These were the moves I entered
manually, from here on I allowed the Conny to play whatever he likes.} 4. Bc4 {
Is not on in the small Fritz Chessbase, nor in the book the "Grand-Prix Attack"
of IGM Evgeny Svesnikov, who criticised IGM Vishy Anand for Playing 4. Be2 who at his
younger age tried to get quickly out of known theory openinglines. Lets have a look how the
Conny Leaves the walked paths of 4.Nf3. At first, again much more effort is
put into avoiding the counterstrike d5. But the position of Bishop on c4 (or
b5) is not in particular good as often it will be chased via a6/b5 or Na5} d6 {
Much less ambitious} (4... Nge7 5. d3 (5. e5 $2 d6 6. Nf3 dxe5 7. fxe5 Ng6 $17
{and white is already into problems}) 5... d5 6. Bb3 $15 {and black is already
much better. I'll try to remember this if I face an opponent in competition
playing 4.Bc4}) (4... a6 5. Bb3 b5 6. d3 d6 $15 {And black is slightly better})
(4... Nf6 5. e5 d5 6. exf6 dxc4 7. fxg7 Bxg7 $17 {And Black is already better})
5. Nf3 Nf6 {d6 was played to allow 5. Nf6 without the threat e5} 6. Bb5 {
The Conny decides to play a piece for the 2nd time in 6 moves. Normally its
not good, but in the view of e4 and the recapture with Nxe5 an idea, might/might not work.
However black has nothing to fear.} Be7 {Not the best, Ld7 was better as the Nc6 is
not pinned and therefore white has no d4 as in the game. Nonetheless 6... Be7
is ok as well.} (6... Bd7 7. O-O Rc8 $11) 7. d4 cxd4 (7... d5 $1 8. e5 $6 (8.
dxc5 Bxc5 9. exd5 exd5 10. Qe2+ Be7 $15) 8... Ne4 9. Nxe4 dxe4 10. Nd2 cxd4 11.
Nb3 $17) 8. Nxd4 Bd7 {And black is rock solid for the moment} 9. O-O O-O (9...
Nxd4 10. Bxd7+ Qxd7 11. Qxd4 O-O) 10. Be3 $6 {
Diagram # Insufficient for equality} (10. Be2 {
Necessary retreat as to the Nxe4 (Bb5 en prise) followed by Nxd4 issue} Qb6 11.
Be3 Qxb2 12. Qd2 (12. Ncb5 a6 13. Rb1 Qxa2 $17) 12... Qa3 13. Rab1 $15) 10...
a6 $2 (10... Nxe4 $3 11. Nxe4 (11. Nxc6 bxc6 12. Bd3 (12. Nxe4 cxb5 $17 {
White has no compensation for the lost pawn}) 12... Nxc3 13. bxc3 Qa5 $19)
11... Nxd4 12. Bxd7 (12. Qxd4 Bxb5 13. c4 Bc6 $17 {
White has no compensation for the lost pawn}) 12... Nf5 $1 $17) 11. Bc4 Rc8 {
With the plan Na5 , Nc4} 12. Qe2 Qc7 {
I recognized the complexity of playing b5 or Qb6, a reason I decided to play more safely}
(12... Qb6 $4 13. Nxe6 (13. Na4 Qb4 (13... Nxd4 14. Nxb6 Nxe2+ 15. Bxe2 Rxc2
16. Nxd7 Rxe2 17. Rae1 Rxe1 18. Nxf6+ Bxf6 19. Rxe1 $17) 14. Nxc6 Bxc6 15. Nb6
$11) (13. Qd2 Qxb2 14. Rab1 Qa3 15. Rb3 Qa5 16. Nf5 exf5 17. Bb6 Bd8 18. Bxa5
Nxa5 19. Bd5 Nxb3 20. cxb3 $19) 13... Qxb2 14. Nxf8 Bxf8 (14... Qxc3 15. Nxd7
Nxd7 $18) 15. Nd5 $18) (12... b5 13. Bd3 {
Keeps an eye on a6 pawn that is really weakened} b4 14. Nd1 a5 $11) 13. Rad1
Na5 14. Bd3 Nc4 $11 {
Not bad, though there were lines that black would already be better} 15. Bxc4
Qxc4 16. e5 $5 {Interesting thought from the Conny} Ne8 $2 {
A much more passive move, that will hamper blacks moves in the game ...} (16...
Qxe2 17. Ndxe2 {Setting pressure on d6 and/or Bd7} dxe5 18. fxe5 Nd5 19. Nxd5
exd5 20. c3 $11 (20. Rxd5 Bb5 $15)) 17. Qxc4 Rxc4 18. Kh1 $2 (18. Nb3 d5 $11)
18... b5 {Black has some initiative on the Queensside. Still Ne8 and the
exposed d6 pawn, along with Bd7 that is undefended is a problem.} 19. Rd3 b4 (
19... f6 $15) 20. Ne4 dxe5 {frees the bischop and releases the tension on d6.
Moreover the ide of Bb5 is good as well, combined with Rxc2} (20... d5 21. Nd2
Rc8 22. c3 $15) 21. fxe5 Bb5 (21... f6) 22. Rfd1 {Diagram #} f5 {
A very tempting thought but really the best} (22... f6 23. Nd6 (23. Nxe6 $4
Rxe4 $19) 23... Rxd4 24. Rxd4 fxe5 25. Nxb5 (25. Rxb4 Bxd6 $19) 25... exd4 26.
Nxd4 e5 $11) 23. Ng5 f4 24. Ngxe6 fxe3 25. Nxf8 e2 26. Re1 Bxf8 27. Rd2 (27.
Nxb5 axb5 28. Rxe2 Be7 $11) 27... Bc5 28. Nxb5 axb5 29. Rdxe2 $15 Kf8 30. e6 $6
{Not the best, though its hard to find a plan for white} (30. Rd1 Ke7) 30...
Ke7 31. g3 Nd6 32. Rd1 (32. b3 Rc3 33. Rd1 $11) 32... Rd4 33. Rxd4 $2 {
Increases blacks chances to win e6 back} (33. Rd3 Rxd3 34. cxd3 Bd4 $11) 33...
Bxd4 34. b3 Nf5 35. Kg2 $15 Bc3 {Gives way to Ne5 !} 36. Re4 Nd4 37. Re5 Nxc2 (
37... Nxb3 38. Rxb5 Na1 $15) 38. Rxb5 Kxe6 39. Rb6+ Kd5 40. Rb8 Ke4 41. Re8+ $2
(41. Rd8 Bd4 42. h4 Kd3 $15) 41... Kd3 42. Kf3 Kd2 (42... Nd4+ $1 {
Surely the quickest win} 43. Kf4 Kc2 44. Ra8 Nb5 $19) 43. Rh8 h6 44. Ke4 Kc1
45. Rf8 Kb2 46. Rf2 Kb1 $15 47. Kd5 {Diagram #} Ne1 $4 {
And the balance tips over to the Conny ... if he sees it !?} (47... Ne3+ 48. Kc5 Ng4
49. Re2 Ne5 50. Kb5 Nd3 $1 51. h3 Nb2 52. Re4 Kxa2 53. Rxb4 Nd3 54. Re4 Kxb3
$15) 48. Kc4 Nc2 49. a4 $1 $16 Ne3+ (49... bxa3 50. Kxc3 Ne3 51. Re2 Nd5+ 52.
Kc4 Nb6+ 53. Kc5 $18) 50. Kd3 $6 (50. Kb5 Bd4 51. a5 Nc2 52. Rf7 $18) 50... Ng4
51. Re2 $2 (51. Rf1+ Ka2 52. a5 Kxb3 53. a6 Ne5+ 54. Ke4 Nc6 55. Rf7 $18) 51...
Ne5+ $11 52. Ke4 Nc6 53. Kd5 $2 (53. Rf2 Na5 54. Kd3 Nxb3 55. Rf5 $11) 53...
Na5 54. Re7 $2 (54. Rf2 Nxb3 55. Kc4 Na5+ 56. Kd3 $19) 54... Kb2 55. Kc5 Nxb3+
56. Kb5 Nd4+ 57. Kc4 Nc6 (57... Kc2 $19 {Wins immediately}) 58. Rc7 (58. Re2+
Ka3 $19) 58... Na5+ 59. Kb5 (59. Kd3) 59... b3 60. Rf7 Ka2 (60... Kc2 61. Rf2+
Bd2 $19) 61. Rc7 b2 $1 62. Rxc3 b1=Q+ 63. Ka6 (63. Kxa5 $4 Qe1) 0-1

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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Auch Diesmal habe ich für das Buch "Grand-Prix Attack" von IGM Evgeny Sveshnikov (Rus, Fide 2480) gewählt.
Im vorigem Spiel hatte ich der Conny noch den auswahl von den 4ten Zug erlaubt. Diesmal gab ich ihm die vorwahl von dem am meist gespielte Zug : 4.Sf3
Doch war es Schwarz die nach 5.Bb5 mit Sd4 sehr fruh fur eine weniger gespielte spielweise wahlte.
Der Conny spielte mysterieus und schliess freiwillig sein Laufer ein. Ich war ein bisschen zu schnell und liess ihm (sine laufer) noch fliehen aber hatte eine strategisch uberlegte partie.
Danach war der Conny ziemlich chancenlos.

Stand Stefan (Fide 1839/N 1858) - vs - Conny 3.6 Mhz (AktivSchach 1750) 5 - 3




[Event "Home Match 03/2018"]
[Date "2018.03.10"]
[Round "8"]
[White "Constellation, 3.6 Mhz"]
[Black "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "B23"]
[WhiteElo "1757"]
[BlackElo "1858"]
[PlyCount "92"]
[EventDate "2018.03.10"]
[TimeControl "240+2"]

{255MB, GambitLines.ctg} 1. e4 c5 2. Nc3 Nc6 3. f4 e6 4. Nf3 {In this game I
didn't allow the Conny to make his own choice and took the main variation of
the 2. Nc3 line in the Grand Prix Attack} Nf6 (4... d5 5. Bb5 Nge7 6. exd5 exd5
$11) 5. Bb5 {Most frequent reply.} (5. e5 {2nd most frequent reply} Nd5 6. Nxd5
exd5 7. c3 d6 8. Bb5 $11) (5. g3 d5 6. e5 Ng4 (6... d4 7. exf6 dxc3 8. fxg7
cxd2+ 9. Bxd2 Bxg7 $14) 7. h3 Nh6 8. g4 $11) 5... Nd4 $5 {
There are games in my DB but 5... d5 & 5... Qc7 are more common} (5... d5 6.
Qe2 (6. e5 Nd7 $11) 6... Be7 $11) (5... Qc7 6. e5 Nd5 7. Nxd5 exd5 8. O-O $11)
6. Ba4 (6. e5 Nxb5 7. Nxb5 Nd5 8. c4 Nxf4 9. d4 Ng6 10. O-O $14) (6. e5 Nxb5 7.
exf6 Nxc3 8. fxg7 Bxg7 9. dxc3 $11) (6. Bd3 d5 7. e5 Nd7 8. O-O $11) 6... Qa5
$1 $15 {A really good move, its aimed against Nxd4, cxd4 and Ba4 hangs. This
is actually the refutation of move 6.Ba4} 7. b3 $2 {A strange move, and hard
to believe the Conny plays such a move after having played such killing moves
in earlier games.} (7. e5 b5 8. exf6 bxa4 9. Nxd4 (9. O-O $17) 9... cxd4 10.
Ne4 Ba6 $17) (7. e5 b5 8. Bxb5 Nxb5 9. Nxb5 Qxb5 10. exf6 gxf6 $15) (7. d3 {
Disallows c4 after b5} b5 8. Bb3 Nxb3 9. cxb3 b4 10. Ne2 Ba6 $15) 7... b5 $2 (
7... a6 $1 $19 {Common sense, as b3 disallows a retreat} 8. e5 Nd5 9. Nxd5 exd5
10. Nxd4 cxd4 11. Bb2) 8. e5 (8. Nxd4 bxa4 9. Nf3 axb3 10. cxb3 $15) 8... Nd5
9. Nxd4 (9. b4 cxb4 10. Nxd5 bxa4 11. Ne3 $19) 9... bxa4 $2 (9... Nxc3 $1 10.
dxc3 cxd4 $19) 10. Nde2 axb3 11. cxb3 Be7 $15 (11... Nb4 $17 12. O-O Nd3 13.
Rf3 Ba6 $17) 12. O-O Ba6 {Pins the Ne2, white a bit disorganised behind} 13.
Bb2 O-O 14. Nxd5 (14. f5 c4 $15) 14... exd5 15. Bc3 $2 (15. d4 f6 16. dxc5
Bxc5+ 17. Kh1 $15) 15... Qb6 $17 16. Bb2 d4 $17 {
And black has the initiative , its already positionally won, now into tactics}
17. Rc1 f6 18. Re1 (18. exf6 Bxf6 19. Ba1 (19. d3 $2 c4 $1 $19) 19... Rae8 20.
Rf2 Rf7 $19) 18... fxe5 19. fxe5 Bh4 $1 20. g3 (20. Ng3 c4 21. d3 (21. Ba3 d3+
22. Kh1 Bxg3 23. hxg3 Rf2 $19) 21... cxd3 $19) 20... Bg5 {
Not the best but still sufficient for the win} (20... Bb7 $1 21. gxh4 $4 (21.
Nf4 Qc6 22. Qe2 Qh1+ 23. Kf2 Qg2#) 21... Qc6 22. Nf4 Qh1+ 23. Kf2 Qg2#) 21. Ba3
(21. Qc2 $4 d3) 21... Rac8 (21... Qh6 $3 22. Rxc5 Be3+ 23. dxe3 Qxe3+ 24. Kg2
Rf2+ 25. Kh3 Qh6+ 26. Kg4 Qg6+ 27. Kh3 Qh5#) (21... Bb7 22. Bxc5 Qc6 23. Nf4
Qh1+ 24. Kf2 Qg2#) 22. Nxd4 {
There is not a single move that overcomes Qh6 or Bb7/Qc6} cxd4 23. Bxf8 Rxf8
24. Qc2 d3+ 25. Qc5 Bxd2 {and the rest is history} 26. Qxb6 axb6 27. a4 Re8 28.
Rb1 Bxe1 29. Rxe1 Re6 30. b4 Bc4 31. Re4 d5 32. Rd4 Rxe5 33. a5 bxa5 34. bxa5
Re1+ 35. Kg2 Re2+ 36. Kh3 Ra2 37. a6 Rxa6 38. Kg4 Re6 39. Kf3 Re4 40. Rxe4
dxe4+ 41. Ke3 Kf7 42. Kd2 Ke6 43. h3 g5 44. h4 gxh4 45. gxh4 h5 46. Ke3 Ke5 0-1

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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

Sommer 2018 , eine Partie Gegen mein geliebte Conny (3.6)
In diese partie, spielte ich risikovoll in ein versuch, die Initiative zu ergreifen.
Nach einiger Abwesenheit auf dem Schachbrett zahlen Sie das sofort in bar
Stand Stefan (Fide 1813/N 1837) - vs - Conny 3.6 Mhz (AktivSchach 1750) 5 - 4

[Event "Home Summer 2018"]
[Site "b"]
[Date "2018.08.07"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Timmermans, Stefan"]
[Black "Novag Constellation, 3.6 MHz"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "D55"]
[WhiteElo "1837"]
[BlackElo "1750"]
[Annotator ",T"]
[PlyCount "56"]

1. c4 Nf6 2. Nc3 d5 3. d4 (3. cxd5 Nxd5 4. Nf3 g6 5. d4
) 3... e6 4. Bg5 Be7 5. e3 O-O 6. Nf3 h6 7. Bxf6 Bxf6 8. Qb3 (8. Rc1 c6) 8...
c6 9. cxd5 {White deviates, most common is Rd1} cxd5 10. Rc1 g6 11. Bd3 Nc6 12.
Ne2 {The idea is to set pressure on g6 via Nf4 but I failed a detailed plan to
fullfill this thought. Its a an idea that grew due to 10... g6} Qa5+ 13. Kf1 {
White would anyhow use h4 ..h5 etc but still the plans are premature of nature
and its at this stage unsure if the strategic plan of white makes sense.} Qb4 {
What an ugly move.} 14. Qc2 Bd7 15. h4 {
White has nothing at this stage, to Black should not crack any time soon.} Rac8
16. Qb1 e5 {
Clever, someone takes the flank/wing, then you go for the centre ...} 17. dxe5
Nxe5 18. Nxe5 Bxe5 19. Rxc8 Rxc8 20. h5 $17 g5 {And white is already in some
kind of worries. The rook on H1 is not going to be active anymore. g3 and Kg2
has its own risks. So white decides to open the game ... a mistake as the
position is way to passive to start with} 21. b3 (21. Bf5 Bxf5 22. Qxf5 Re8 23.
Qc2) 21... Bf6 (21... Qd2) 22. Ng3 $2 {Gives up on c1, a terrible mistake} (22.
Qe1 {To stay in the game}) 22... Qd2 23. Ne2 Bb2 {The game is already lost} 24.
g3 Bg4 {Want to trade Ne2 and hit with the Rook on c1} 25. f3 (25. Kg2 Bxe2 26.
Bxe2 Qxe2 $19) 25... Bxf3 (25... Rc1+ 26. Nxc1 {Mate in 6} Qd1+ 27. Kf2 Qxf3+
28. Ke1 Bc3#) 26. Rh2 Rc1+ 27. Nxc1 Qxh2 28. Qc2 Qh1+ {I abandoned the game}
0-1


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AW: Conny 3.6 Mhz

 Zitat von StefanT Beitrag anzeigen
Sommer 2018 , eine Partie Gegen mein geliebte Conny (3.6)
In diese partie, spielte ich risikovoll in ein versuch, die Initiative zu ergreifen.
Nach einiger Abwesenheit auf dem Schachbrett zahlen Sie das sofort in bar
Stand Stefan (Fide 1813/N 1837) - vs - Conny 3.6 Mhz (AktivSchach 1750) 5 - 4
Hi Stefan
Even against a Conny 3.6 are exact moves necessary to win. And as soon
as you have complicated positions on the board it's not an easy task to
find the best moves on level Aktivschach.
Regards
Kurt
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