BTCh Mar 6, 2016 Rd10
MTK won one match and lost another.
At last I won a game!
The team captain got me going with a TWIX bar and I won a tough game with many mistakes.
II. osztály, Bilek csoport
Sirály SE – Sárkány DSE II 7,5:4,5
Barcza GSC II – Csepeli TK 4,5:7,5
A. Láng MKKE – Pestszentlőrinc II 6,5:5,5
MTK Budapest III – BEAC III 5:7
HÜSI SC II – SENSE II 8:4
Törekvés SE – MLTC II 7,5:4,5
III. osztály, Szén csoport
Aquaréna KSC III – Hóbagoly-Lila Futó II 7:5
BEAC IV – Siketek SC II 4:8
Pestszentimre – MTK Budapest IV 1,5:10,5
MTK Budapest V – Sárkány DSE III 5:7
Pénzügyőr SE IV – Rákosliget 10,5:1,5
ATTE-ARISZ – Aquaréna KSC IV 6:6
Barcza GSC III – HÜSI SC III 7,5:4,5
(Újpesti KSE II szabad)
Due some recurring problems with CB13 I cannot web publish games. Usually a fix comes in a few days.
In an usual King’s Indian Black was too original with an early ..h5 and very a optimistic opposite sides castling decision. White has good chances with strong central control while Black’s pieces make a poor impression on the kingside.
managed however to turn the game into chaos.
After a modest think, I went with central control 19.e5 with the secondary idea of cutting off Qc7 from my kingside.
However, after reviewing the game at home, it turns out that 19.c5!(with c6 coming) is crushing. My priority should have been to race down the queenside rather than prophylactic dual purpose play.