BTCh 2014-15 Rd10
I contributed a draw on board 12 on the White side of a Benko Gambit. My position looked promising but misplayed a winning position.
Yip-Major,I Board 12
White initiated tactical play and the following position was reached after 21..Bxe5(diagram) I liked my position as the Be5 is unstable and the d6 pawn vulnerable.
White continued with the logical looking 22.f4?!(better was 22.b3 undermining Nd3) 22..Nxb2?+-(diagram) and White should win.
Black has problems with loose set of minor pieces and weak d6 pawn. All that is left is to calculate the finish which I failed to do.
Lets the win slide away Better was 23.Qb1!+- and White keeps the Nb5 under guard and keeps the extra piece or 23.Qa1 when the queen makes deadly threats on the long diagonal after 23..Nxa4 24.fe Qxa4 25.Bh6 etc.
White is still clearly better but I continued to make inaccurate moves in a sharp dynamic position and the result was an eventual draw.
I. osztály, Lilienthal csoport
BEAC II – Újpesti KSE 5:7
Pénzügyőr SE – Aquaréna KSC II 2:10
MTK II – MLTC II 7:5
SENSE I – Fabulon-Lombik 2:10
Tabáni Spartacus II – Vasas SC II 5:7
Barcza GSC I – REAC SISE 8:4
II. osztály, Bilek csoport
BEAC III – Pestszentlőrinc II 7,5:4,5
HÜSI SC II – Siketek SC 7:5
Törekvés SE – A. Láng MKKE 5:7
SENSE II – Csepeli TK 5:7
Sárkány DSE II – Sirály 9:3
Barcza GSC II – Pestszentimre 10,5:1,5