BTCH Div I Rd9 2012-13

Division I-Tabanyi Spartacus II 7.5-RAC I 4.5
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Board RAC I Spartacus II
1 Halasz,Tamas 1 Metaxasz,Vaszilisz 0
2 Szepes,Tamas 1 Lisznyai,Sandor 0
3 Suranyi,Pal 0 Borda,Lajos 1
4 Yip,Michael 0.5 Szentmihalyi,T 0.5
5 Makai,Matyas 0 Pal,Mihaly 1
6 Kun,Sandor 0 Vitalyos,Marton 1
7 Gaspar,Laszlo 1 Csillag,Janos 0
8 Rajcsanyi,Peter 0.5 Gerendai,L 0.5
9 Nemeth,Otto 0 Meszaros,Attila 1
10 Shan,He Jia Rita 0.5 Katona,G 0.5
11 Csizmadia,F 0 Balazs-Piri,Robert 1
12 Aranyi,Jozsef 0 Felmery,Tamas 1
4.5 7.5

I forgot my scoresheet at the tournament site so the game was reconstructed. Hopefully I got the moves right. My opponent had a hard to spell name which I don’t remember.

RAC I lost the match 7.5-4.5

  • Board 1 IM Halasz,T won(black with RRB which overcame QB)
  • Board 2 Szepes,T won(white against a Benko. Szepes was down an exchange for 2 strong queenside passed pawns won nicely as black had  a weak king)
  • Board 3 Lost (Suranyi,P lost to Borda,L. Suranyi fell behind in development and then exposed his pieces)
  • Board 4 (me)
The Team Captain brought his camera but there was only enough charge to take a couple of pictures.

Here’s the game.(Better analysis coming soon) 

Yip,Michael (2087) – Szentmihalyi,Tamas (2051)
Benko Gambit 8.g3[A58]
BUD tch Lilienthal 12/13 (9.4), 10.03.2013

I stumbled into a won position with some non-special play and then noticed the winning move quickly. Then, I looked for an even better one. 

Sadly my improved ‘win’ had an obvious hole in the idea and after, I struggled to make a draw.

Position 1
The critical position arises after black took the b-pawn with 29…Qxb5. The queen is now unprotected if only Bb4 could find a way to move to make a discovered attack.

White to Play


Posted on March 10, 2013, in Benko Gambit, Budapest TCh 2012-13. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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