Czech Open A 2013 Rd1-GM Boros,D

TWIC 977-Pardubice 2013
GMs Boros(HUN) and Gonda(HUN) finished with 6/9.

Life was not so easy for GM Boros in the first round as he battled hard against the Sicilian Dragon. The old 11.Bh6 was nothing special but it did induce black to weaken his pawns. However, white could not break through on the kingside and the game turned to black’s favor.

Nice chess lady 

Hungarian Results
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SNo Name FIDE FED Pts.
15 GM Gonda Laszlo 2538 HUN 6
32 GM Boros Denes 2504 HUN 6
44 IM Sipos Istvan 2471 HUN 5
45 IM Toth Ervin 2471 HUN 5

Boros,De (2504) – Le Ruyet,L (2273)
Sicilian Dragon 9.0–0–0 d5 10.Nxc6 bxc6 11.Bh6 [B76]
Czech Open A 2013
Pardubice CZE (1.32), 19.07.2013

Position 1
Black had a fine position and went to the attack with 27…Nc4. What do you recommend for white?

White to Play


Posted on August 6, 2013, in Boros D, Czech Open A 2013, Sicilian Dragon. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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