BTCh 2014-15 Rd9
MTK was quite successful with the top team tying and MTK II and MTK III winning.
I. osztály, Lilienthal csoport
Barcza GSC I – BEAC II 5,5:6,5
REAC SISE – Tabáni Spartacus II 7,5:4,5
Vasas SC II – SENSE I 7,5:4,5
Fabulon-Lombik-1st Sat. – MTK II 6:6
MLTC II – Pénzügyőr SE III 8:4
Aquaréna KSC II – Újpesti KSE 9,5:2,5
Az Újpesti KSE 2. táblán kontumálásért 1 büntetőpontot kapott.
II. osztály, Bilek csoport
Barcza GSC II – BEAC III 9,5:2,5
Pestszentimre – Sárkány DSE II 5,5:6,5
Sirály – SENSE II 9:3
Csepeli TK – Törekvés SE 4,5:7,5
A. Láng MKKE – HÜSI SC II 3,5:8,5
Siketek SC – Pestszentlőrinc II 9:3
III. osztály, Szén csoport
Barcza GSC III – Rákosliget 4,5:7,5
BEAC IV – Sárkány DSE III 6,5:5,5
MTK IV – ATTE-ARISZ 7,5:4,5
MLTC III – MTK III 4:8
Aquaréna KSC III – HÜSI SC II 4:8
Yip-Tordas Board 3
I contributed an unnecessarily dramatic win after trying a new line against the King’s Indian.
I had no real idea of what I was doing but eventually acquired a good knight vs bad bishop position and a dominating position.
I played the safe 37.f3 instead of the much stronger 37.Rd7! and won a chaotic game after losing control.
The drama happened late in the game with Black down to his last few seconds. After 55..Rf8(diagram)
I was checking 57.Qe4 offering a queen trade but the endgame advantage seemed too small and I searched for something better and came up with 56.Rc2?? winning a tempo by hitting the queen first. My plan was Rc5 to tie Black to the weak b-pawn. Better was something normal like 56.Rd2 just keeping the extra P.
Black quickly replied 56..Rxf3! and White is lost but did not realize it. Then came quickly 57.Qd8+ Rf8(diagram)
Playing instantly 58.Qxf8+?? Bxf8 59.Rxc6 1-0
But it was not until I reconstructed the game at home that I realized that 58.Qxf8+?? is an illegal move which neither of us realized in the scramble and White should have lost as having touched my queen I would have to give her away and the game with it.