Magyar Női Bajnokság HUN Womens Ch – 2018

The games

Final Ranking crosstable after 9 Rounds

Havanecz Bianka was the convincing winner with 8/9

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Pts.  TB1   TB2   TB3
1 WIM Havanecz Bianka 2247 HUN * 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 1 1 8,0 8 32,50 0,0
2 Gal Hanna Krisztina 2189 HUN 0 * ½ 1 0 ½ ½ ½ 1 1 5,0 3 18,25 0,5
3 WIM Varga Klara 2242 HUN 0 ½ * ½ 0 1 ½ ½ 1 1 5,0 3 18,25 0,5
4 WIM Terbe Julianna 2272 HUN 0 0 ½ * 1 1 ½ ½ 1 0 4,5 3 19,00 0,0
5 WCM Gaal Zsoka 2020 HUN 0 1 1 0 * ½ ½ ½ 0 1 4,5 3 18,25 0,0
6 WIM Juhasz Barbara 2176 HUN 0 ½ 0 0 ½ * ½ 1 1 1 4,5 3 16,00 0,0
7 WFM Terbe Zsuzsanna 2180 HUN 1 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ * 0 0 1 4,5 2 21,25 0,0
8 WGM Lakos Nikoletta 2243 HUN 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ 0 1 * ½ 1 4,5 2 17,00 0,0
9 WFM Egyed Judit 2045 HUN 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 ½ * ½ 3,0 2 12,00 0,0
10 Erdos Boglarka 2137 HUN 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 ½ * 1,5 1 6,00 0,0

 

Juhasz,Ba-Havanecz,B

Scotch 4..Bc5

rd8

After 25.Nf5(Diagram)

White is looking to exploit Black’s open king position while Black has some ideas too

What do you recommend for Black?

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BTCh 6-Board 2018 Rd5

I contributed a win as MTK beat Sztaki(I think)

Josef,M was up two pawns in RB-RN ending

Tamas lost to a nice exchange sacrifice

Istvan won

 

Yip-Lakatos,A

Catalan

Board 3

Even a big Bounty chocolate bar was not enough to get my brain into proper thinking form

 

After 18..Kh8(Diagram)

White has a nice bind, similar to how I suffered just yesterday in the Sunday BTCh with the Na6 out of play

What do you recommend for White?

After 18..Kh8

 

Gyömbér,Tamas(left) and Yip,M(right)

 

 

TWIC 1257 Hungarians in Action

The latest issue of TWIC is now available

Selected games features the 67th ch-HUN 2018

 

Aczel-Banusz

Slav Defence Exchange

Rd3.2

After 56..Kf6(Diagram)

White is making progress on the queenside and it looks like Black is also doing something on the kingside on the g-file

What do you recommend for White?

After 56..Kf6

BTCH 2018 Rd5

I lost in brutal positional fashion playing on MTK IV

I. osztály, Lilienthal Andor csoport

Mattolda SSC I – HÜSI SC II 7,5:4,5
Barcza GSC I – Tabáni Spartacus II 7,5:4,5
SENSE I – Pénzügyőr SE III 4,5:7,5
Vasas SC II – Lombik-Fabulon 2:10
Sirály SE I – BEAC II 9:3
MTK Budapest III – Aquaréna KSC III 5,5:6,5

II. osztály, Bilek István csoport

A. Láng MKKE – Csepeli TK I 4,5:7,5
Barcza GSC II – Sárkány DSE II 5,5:6,5
SENSE II – Pénzügyőr SE IV 6,5:5,5
Törekvés SE – Palota Sakk I 4,5:7,5
Sirály SE II – Újpesti KSE I 6,5:5,5
MTK Budapest IV – Pestszentlőrinc II 6,5:5,5

III. osztály, Szén József csoport

ATTE-ARISZ – BEAC III 6:6
Csepeli TK II – Rákosliget 7:5
ART 3F SE – Pestszentimre 5:7
MTK Budapest V – Aquaréna KSC IV 6,5:5,5

Mattolda SSC II – HÜSI SC III 6,5:5,5
Barcza GSC III – Sárkány DSE III 5,5:6,5
Palota Sakk II – Sirály SE III 4:8
TF SE – Újpesti KSE II 7:5

 

Katona-Yip

Queen’s Indian

I played not well but made enough mistakes to lose as I missed a couple of saving chances

 

After 15.Bb5(Diagram)

White has just attacked the Re8

What do you recommend for Black?

After 15.Bb5

 

Johan

 

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WORLD YOUTH UNDER-16 CHESS OLYMPIAD-2018 Rd9

Final Ranking after 9 Rounds

Hungary finished exactly as seeded

Rk. SNo FED Team Games   +   =   –  TB1  TB2  TB3  TB4
1 1 UZB UZBEKISTAN 9 8 0 1 16 264,0 26,5 91
2 3 IND INDIA 9 7 0 2 14 230,0 22,0 98
3 25 CHN CHINA 9 6 1 2 13 228,0 23,0 94
4 13 BLR BELARUS 9 6 1 2 13 213,0 21,5 92
5 5 IRI IRAN 9 6 0 3 12 242,0 25,0 95
6 6 ARM ARMENIA 9 6 0 3 12 202,5 23,5 84
7 9 UKR UKRAINE 9 6 0 3 12 182,5 21,0 90
8 4 AZE AZERBAIJAN 9 6 0 3 12 175,5 21,0 83
9 16 KAZ KAZAKHSTAN 9 5 2 2 12 174,5 22,0 77
10 8 USA USA 9 5 1 3 11 169,0 19,0 90
11 14 ISR ISRAEL 9 5 1 3 11 164,5 21,0 78
12 21 TUR TURKEY – WHITE 9 5 1 3 11 159,0 20,5 84
13 2 RUS RUSSIA 9 4 2 3 10 174,0 19,0 93
14 7 GRE GREECE 9 4 2 3 10 163,5 19,0 80
15 17 GEO GEORGIA 9 5 0 4 10 162,5 20,0 86
16 12 FRA FRANCE 9 5 0 4 10 140,5 19,0 76
17 36 TUR TURKEY-GIRLS 9 3 4 2 10 140,5 19,0 68
18 20 MDA MOLDOVA 9 4 2 3 10 138,5 18,5 81
19 10 SRB SERBIA 9 5 0 4 10 138,0 19,0 79
20 22 SVK SLOVAKIA 9 5 0 4 10 131,0 20,5 75
21 23 DEN DENMARK 9 5 0 4 10 130,5 19,0 68
22 29 SUI SWITZERLAND 9 3 3 3 9 139,0 16,0 83
23 34 MAS MALAYSIA 9 2 5 2 9 129,5 20,0 66
24 24 HUN HUNGARY 9 4 1 4 9 118,5 18,0 76
25 15 TUR TURKEY – RED 9 3 2 4 8 152,5 19,0 82
26 26 SLO SLOVENIA – A 9 3 2 4 8 145,5 19,0 81
27 18 POL POLAND 9 4 0 5 8 139,5 20,5 78
28 27 POR PORTUGAL 9 3 2 4 8 137,0 15,5 85
29 11 GER GERMANY 9 3 2 4 8 130,0 19,0 75
30 28 SRI SRILANKA 9 4 0 5 8 115,5 14,0 81
31 32 SLO SLOVENIA – B 9 2 4 3 8 113,0 15,0 76
32 35 MEX MEXICO 9 3 2 4 8 112,0 17,5 65
33 30 LAT LATVIA 9 3 2 4 8 111,0 18,0 67
34 19 CZE CZECH REPUBLIC 9 3 1 5 7 117,0 18,5 69
35 31 TUR TURKEY- TURQUOISE 9 3 1 5 7 110,0 16,5 73
36 37 CAN CANADA 9 2 3 4 7 92,0 15,5 69
37 43 KGZ KYRGYZSTAN 9 2 3 4 7 86,5 14,5 67
38 33 ISL ICELAND 9 3 1 5 7 72,0 14,0 58
39 39 THA THAILAND 9 3 0 6 6 83,0 14,5 61
40 40 IRL IRELAND 9 2 2 5 6 71,0 14,0 54
41 44 KAZ KAZAKHSTAN-KARAGANDA 9 2 2 5 6 64,5 12,0 63
42 38 ALG ALGERIA – A 9 3 0 6 6 55,5 15,0 49
43 41 RSA SOUTH AFRICA 9 2 1 6 5 77,0 14,5 58
44 42 ROU ROMANIA 9 2 0 7 4 52,5 11,5 54
45 45 ALG ALGERIA – B 9 2 0 7 4 44,0 8,0 55
46 46 TUR TURKEY-SELCUKLU 9 2 0 7 4 43,5 9,0 53

Team composition for federation HUN

HUN

24. HUNGARY (RtgAvg:2228, Captain: IM, FI Varga, Peter / TB1: 9 / TB2: 118,5)
Bo. Name Rtg FED FideID 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Pts. Games RtgAvg Rp w we w-we K rtg+/-
1 FM Gombocz Ferenc Jr. 2290 HUN 775029 0 0 1 0 0 ½ 0 1,5 7 2105 1944 1,5 4,37 -2,87 20 -57,4
2 FM Csiki Endre 2282 HUN 775126 0 ½ 1 ½ ½ 0 1 1 0 4,5 9 2107 2208 4,5 5,14 -0,64 40 -25,6
3 Borhy Marcell 2201 HUN 770787 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ 1 0 1 4,0 8 2126 2186 4 4,06 -0,06 40 -2,4
4 Juhasz Agoston 2139 HUN 778346 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 0 5,0 8 1828 2031 5 5,71 -0,71 40 -28,4
5 Gombocz Zsofia 2041 HUN 763314 ½ 1 1 ½ 3,0 4 1628 2076 2 1,70 0,30 40 12,0

Player info

Gombocz Ferenc Jr. FM 2290 HUN Rp:1944
Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Rp Pts. Res. Bo.
1 3 GM Abdusattorov Nodirbek 2560 UZB 2529 5,5 s 0 1
2 80 FM Subelj Jan 2281 SLO 2428 6,0 s 0 1
3 201 Kayan Yasar Efe 1515 TUR 1608 1,5 w 1 1
4 129 CM Ozturk Efe Hakan 2083 TUR 2142 4,0 w 0 1
7 181 CM Orozbaev Eldiar 1785 KGZ 2094 5,5 s 0 1
8 125 Navaratnam Rohan Shan Tze 2097 MAS 2062 2,5 s ½ 1
9 20 IM Brodsky David 2415 USA 2326 3,5 w 0 1
Csiki Endre FM 2282 HUN Rp:2208
Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Rp Pts. Res. Bo.
1 4 IM Yakubboev Nodirbek 2549 UZB 2713 8,0 w 0 2
2 91 FM Stevanic David 2237 SLO 2183 4,5 w ½ 2
3 216 Bugdayci Yuksel 1299 TUR 1402 2,0 s 1 2
4 145 Adiguzel Ufuk Alp 2019 TUR 1873 2,0 s ½ 2
5 16 IM Bjerre Jonas Buhl 2422 DEN 2330 5,0 s ½ 1
6 29 FM Can Isik 2382 TUR 2362 3,5 w 0 1
7 198 Kerimkulov Omurbek 1557 KGZ 1792 4,0 w 1 2
8 136 Kong Ren En 2059 MAS 2128 4,0 w 1 2
9 13 IM Niemann Hans 2439 USA 2598 7,5 s 0 2
Borhy Marcell 2201 HUN Rp:2186
Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Rp Pts. Res. Bo.
1 6 IM Sindarov Javokhir 2513 UZB 2415 4,5 s 0 3
2 84 FM Amon Nejc 2257 SLO 2133 4,5 s ½ 3
4 150 CM Gokcek Kursat Bugra 2010 TUR 2041 3,5 w ½ 3
5 47 FM Olsen Filip Boe 2335 DEN 2413 6,0 w ½ 2
6 56 FM Tanriverdi Enes 2317 TUR 2384 5,5 s ½ 2
7 215 Kadyrkulov Saiid 1325 KGZ 1523 3,0 s 1 3
8 159 Eng Jia Qian 1942 MAS 2157 5,0 s 0 3
9 65 FM Stearman Josiah 2309 USA 1999 1,0 w 1 3
Juhasz Agoston 2139 HUN Rp:2031
Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Rp Pts. Res. Bo.
1 173 Saparova Sitora 1848 UZB 1983 1,0 w 0 4
3 218 Gedik Kerem Bilge 1211 TUR 1433 4,0 w 1 3
4 180 WCM Aydin Gulenay 1791 TUR 2033 4,5 s 1 4
5 127 Kistrup Nicolai 2092 DEN 1966 3,5 s 1 3
6 72 FM Ozenir Ekin Baris 2293 TUR 2249 4,0 w 0 3
7 209 Mairambekova Aiperi 1398 KGZ 1494 2,0 w 1 4
8 185 WCM Chua Jia-Tien 1741 MAS 2052 4,5 w 1 4
9 86 FM Wang Wesley 2248 USA 2357 4,5 s 0 4
Gombocz Zsofia 2041 HUN Rp:2076
Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Rp Pts. Res. Bo.
2 133 WFM Urh Zala 2066 SLO 1928 4,0 w ½ 4
3 222 Oflaz Fatma Zehra 0 TUR 955 0,0 s 1 4
5 217 Jacobsen Shanne Hedegaard 1261 DEN 644 0,0 w 1 4
6 109 WFM Caglar Sila 2184 TUR 1872 1,5 s ½ 4

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TWIC 1256 Hungarians in Action

This weeks issue of TWIC is now available

Selected games

 

Erdos-Miron

Grunfeld Russian System 6..Be6

TCh-ROU Superliga 2018 rd7

After 16..dxe4(Diagram)

Neither side has completed development but White definitely has the safer king

What do you recommend for White?

After 16..dxe4

 

Premium Apartments Open 2018 Prize Winners

Premium Apartments Open – List of Prize Winners

GROUP ’A’

1st absolute CSÁTI, Olivér

2nd absolute NÉMETH, Gergely

3rd absolute TO, Nath Minh

4th absolute FELMÉRY, Máté

5th absolute BALKA, Richárd

 

1st junior KRATZMAJER, Ákos

2nd junior FARKAS, Ottó Jr.

3rd junior SZALAY-ÖCSÁK, Bánk

Best senior TÖRÖK, Tamás Titusz

 

GROUP ’B’

1st absolute KOVARIKOVA, Maria

2nd absolute CSERNYIK, Márk

3rd absolute NAGY, Miklós

4th absolute FORGÁCS, András

 

1st junior MÓRICZ, Nádja

2nd junior LAKATOS, Tamás

3rd junior BURI, Petra

Best senior SZENDEFF, Miklós

 

GROUP ’C’

1st absolute SÓTI, Szabolcs

2nd absolute APJOK, Balázs

3rd absolute KULMAN, Alexander

 

Best junior TÓTH-MAGYAR, András

Best senior CSORBA, Rudolf

Pecking at the Woodpecker December 2018

Ch2 Exercise 835

This is considered an intermediate exercise. I am on my third cycle through the book and was working on it this morning

Black to Play

Two points are available for a correct solution but I think there is a valid alternate solution. You get one point for the first move of the correct line

Black to play

TWIC 1255 Sicilian 3.Bb5(+)

The Sicilian Rossolimo is used to avoid the big theory of the Open Sicilian but is itself quite a labyrinth of theory

Selected games

 

Rozentalis-Heinemann

SI Rossolimo 3.Bb5+ Nd7 4.Ba4

Bundesliga 2018-19 rd3

The 4.Ba4 approach is quite popular now. The structure after 11..d5 12.e5 gave Black problems. The Bg7 was passive and there was no good plan to get active play

 

After 21..Qc8(Diagram)

Black has a loose kingside and is overall quite passive. The kingside is devoid of defenders while White has a menacing buildup with a crisis brewing on g6 already

What do you recommend for White?

After 21..Qc8

 

Amin-Ginsburg

Sicilian Rossolimo 3..g6 4.Bxc6 dxc6 5.d3 

Bundesliga 2018-19 rd4

White play for a kingside attack and was not shy about it

 

After 13.Rhg1N(Diagram)

White has various idea like Bxg7 then Nh4-f5 etc but it cannot be so easy to whip up a storm

What do you recommend for Black?

After 13.Rhg1

 

Kabanov-Sarana

Sicilian Rossolimo 3.Bb5+ Nd7 4.d4

14th Ugra Governor’s Cup rd4

White lost a pawn early in the game and most of the game was a technical conversion

 

After 41.Nc3(Diagram)

Black has infiltrated and dominates the position

What do you recommend for Black?

After 41.Nc3

 

Amin-Kozul

Sicilian Rossolimo 3.Bb5+ 4.Bxd7 Nxd7

Tournament of Peace 2018 rd9

White got nothing really special from the opening which featured a bind with c4/a4.

 

Position 1

After 16.Qe3(Diagram)

The Nd4 has just been reinforced and White is looking to impose his will with more space and a cramping bind

What do you recommend for Black?

After 16.Qe3

 

Position 2

After 29.Rdd6(Diagram)

Black has an extra pawn and is looking to consolidate

What do you recommend for Black?

After 29.Rdd6