Budapest TCh 8-Board Monday League Rd2
- MTK was short a player and forfeited on board 1
- Board 2 lost quickly
- I contributed a win on board 3
- Istvan Bolyai(MTK) won on board 4 with a nice attack
- Balogh,Csaba drew with White against a Caro-Kann
|1.||2209||Bernei András||p||1C||–||0C||P||dr. Hámori Antal||2225|
|2.||2168||Pápista Ákos||P||1||–||0||p||Birinyi István||2038|
|3.||2007||Demjén Attila||p||0||–||1||P||Yip, Michael||1959|
|4.||1995||Lovas Miklós||P||0||–||1||p||Bólyai István||1947|
|5.||1970||Somogyi Gábor||p||0.5||–||0.5||P||Horváth Csaba||1828|
|6.||1885||Fábián Lajos||P||0C||–||1C||p||Balla Attila||1823|
|7.||1794||Surányi István||p||0||–||1||P||Szűcs Imre||1792|
|8.||1580||Persovits József||P||1||–||0||p||Aranyi József||(1621)|
Black’s queenside looked suspiciously loose and I quickly spotted the problem.
After 23.Qf3 Threatening Qa8+ with destruction forced Black to shed material. 23..Qb7 24.Qxb7+ Kxb7 25.Nxf7 won a pawn and essentially the game.
After 29..bc(diagram) Black has several weak pawns and an unstable Ne4 but does have the ..Nf2 fork threat.
White continued with 30.Rh3 to meet ..Nf2 with Rb3+, and had no problems converting the P+.
After 46..Nc7(diagram) White won another pawn and was looking to convert the cleanest way possible.
White forced off the rooks with 47.Rc5 and the game was over in a few more moves.