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TWIC 1300 Hungarians in Action

The latest issue of TWIC is now available

selected games

 

This was a fantastic positional game

 

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Bogo-Indian

28th TCh-CRO Div 1b 2019 Rd7

 

After 27..Nf6(Diagram)

White has one more square, the bishop pair but the e4-pawn is under attack

What do you recommend for White?(the move is simple, the plan is not)

After 27..Nf6

WYCC U14G 2019 Rd7

Round 7

Sulyok had a tough pairing and lost but is still doing well

Bo. No. Name FED Rtg Pts. Result Pts. Name FED Rtg No.
1 9
WFM Dhyana Patel IND 1995 5 0 – 1 5 WIM Rakshitta Ravi IND 2310
2
2 4
WFM Nasyrova Ekaterina RUS 2137 5 1 – 0 5 WCM Mungunzul Bat-Erdene MGL 1912
16
3 5
Roebers Eline NED 2083 5 1 – 0 WCM Ince Safiye Oyku TUR 1840
21
4 1
WIM Divya Deshmukh IND 2358 1 – 0 Sulyok Eszter HUN 1893
18
5 11
Hakobyan Astghik ARM 1978 1 – 0 4 WCM Obada Ema ROU 1987
10
6 19
De Rycke Tyani BEL 1891 4 0 – 1 4 WFM Allahverdiyeva Ayan AZE 2160
3
7 20
WFM Cai Boheng CHN 1853 4 ½ – ½ 4 Wikar Martyna POL 1969
12
8 13
WCM Ghomi Parnian IRI 1948 4 1 – 0 4 WCM Chinnam Vyshnavi IND 1745
28
9 15
Ishvi Aggarwal IND 1935 4 0 – 1 4 Velpula Sarayu IND 1717
30
10 37
AGM Renganayaki V IND 1641 4 ½ – ½ 4 Lhotska Anna CZE 1897
17
11 7
Poliakova Varvara BLR 2042 1 – 0 4 Bhagyashree Patil IND 1802
26
12 44
Ray Hiya WLS 1596 0 – 1 WFM Omonova Umida UZB 2078
6
13 8
WFM Kamalidenova Meruert KAZ 2025 1 – 0 Pavalachandran Ashvini SRI 1678
34
14 50
Swara Lakshmi S Nair IND 1536 ½ – ½ Kurmangaliyeva Liya KAZ 1936
14
15 23
WFM Meiyappan Annapoorni USA 1818 1 – 0 Karimli Zhala AZE 1490
55
16 29
WCM Zavivaeva Emilia RUS 1745 1 – 0 Mirlankyzy Azaliia KGZ 1473
59
17 48
Femil Chelladurai IND 1544 ½ – ½ Bevanda Ema CRO 1710
32
18 33
Zhuang Yongzhe SUI 1696 1 – 0 Mohanselvan Adeti USA 0
82
19 47
WCM Kriti Mayur Patel IND 1551 3 0 – 1 3 Ruseva Eva BUL 1813
24
20 35
WCM Mudodo Refiloe Hazel ZIM 1657 3 ½ – ½ 3 WCM Patel Riddhi R IND 1473
57
21 62
Rebecca Jesumarian IND 1422 3 0 – 1 3 Yash Jyoti Bir IND 1640
38
22 64
Akshaya Rajaraman IND 1408 3 ½ – ½ 3 Boramanikar Tanisha S IND 1607
43
23 70
Diya Jain IND 1359 3 ½ – ½ 3 Ananya Arumbakkam IND 1583
45
24 76
Zubova Darja LAT 1255 3 0 – 1 3 Tanvi Vasudev Hadkonkar IND 1582
46
25 27
Alekseenko Mariya RUS 1767 1 – 0 Agrawal Aanya IND 1417
63
26 60
Hollmerus Elisabet FIN 1471 0 – 1 WCM Tsukerman Julia CAN 1643
36
27 71
D`souza Carina CAN 1330 0 – 1 Marium Fatima IND 1628
41
28 74
Natura Bethi IND 1274 0 – 1 Dalal Aashi IND 1525
51
29 52
Kheerthi Ganta IND 1520 ½ – ½ WCM Zavivaeva Evelina RUS 1371
67
30 66
Ranka Srushti IND 1372 1 – 0 2 Dakic Marta SRB 1713
31
31 56
Larre Linnea NOR 1475 2 0 – 1 2 Doll Rebecca GER 1828
22
32 68
Smirnova Jekaterina EST 1366 2 1 – 0 2 Cassi Elisa ITA 1803
25
33 39
Croisille Shanti FRA 1639 2 ½ – ½ 2 Premanath Prasansa SRI 1360
69
34 75
Rhythm Singhal IND 1272 2 0 – 1 2 Woods Charisse USA 1634
40
35 77
Meiyappan Kavya USA 1229 2 0 – 1 2 WCM Abdala Cancino Patricia Anastas CHI 1608
42
36 54
Ananya Parikh USA 1499 2 ½ – ½ 2 Bilodeau-Savaria Sandy-Rose CAN 1319
73
37 61
Adreeja Sinha IND 1463 1 – 0 Marthinussen Emma Viktoria Lia NOR 1544
49
38 78
Tamang Marshal NEP 1180 0 – 1 Dolakidze Mariam GEO 1473
58
39 65
Dalli Shriya Reddy IND 1401 0 – 1 1 Ong Zhiwei MAS 1517
53
40 81
Horn Lure NAM 1150 1 0 – 1 1 WCM Ismail Imaan RSA 1167
7

Rank after Round 7

Rk. SNo Name sex FED Rtg Pts.  TB1   TB2   TB3   TB4   TB5 
1 4
WFM Nasyrova Ekaterina w RUS 2137 6,0 0,0 29,5 33,0 3 5
2 5
Roebers Eline w NED 2083 6,0 0,0 29,0 32,5 3 5
3 2
WIM Rakshitta Ravi w IND 2310 6,0 0,0 29,0 32,0 4 5
4 11
Hakobyan Astghik w ARM 1978 5,5 0,0 27,0 30,0 3 5
5 1
WIM Divya Deshmukh w IND 2358 5,5 0,0 25,5 28,0 3 5
6 9
WFM Dhyana Patel w IND 1995 5,0 0,0 30,0 31,5 3 4
7 30
Velpula Sarayu w IND 1717 5,0 0,0 28,5 31,0 4 5
8 13
WCM Ghomi Parnian w IRI 1948 5,0 0,0 26,0 28,0 3 4
9 16
WCM Mungunzul Bat-Erdene w MGL 1912 5,0 0,0 25,0 27,0 4 4
10 3
WFM Allahverdiyeva Ayan w AZE 2160 5,0 0,0 24,0 26,5 4 5
11 21
WCM Ince Safiye Oyku w TUR 1840 4,5 0,0 28,5 31,0 3 4
12 12
Wikar Martyna w POL 1969 4,5 0,0 28,0 31,0 4 2
13 18
Sulyok Eszter w HUN 1893 4,5 0,0 27,0 29,5 4 4
14 7
Poliakova Varvara w BLR 2042 4,5 0,0 26,0 29,0 3 4
15 8
WFM Kamalidenova Meruert w KAZ 2025 4,5 0,0 25,5 29,0 3 3
16 17
Lhotska Anna w CZE 1897 4,5 0,0 24,5 27,0 3 4
17 37
AGM Renganayaki V w IND 1641 4,5 0,0 24,5 25,5 3 3
18 6
WFM Omonova Umida w UZB 2078 4,5 0,0 24,0 26,5 4 3
19 20
WFM Cai Boheng w CHN 1853 4,5 0,0 24,0 26,0 3 3
20 29
WCM Zavivaeva Emilia w RUS 1745 4,5 0,0 20,5 23,0 3 4
21 23
WFM Meiyappan Annapoorni w USA 1818 4,5 0,0 19,5 22,0 3 3
22 33
Zhuang Yongzhe w SUI 1696 4,5 0,0 19,0 21,5 3 3

Budapest TCh 2019 Rd2

I contributed a win on board 11 but the original plan was for me to be board 12

The big team lost to the Tax Agency after suffering 3 upsets. One of our stronger players was unable to attend after a nasty emergency and I had to play up a board

I. osztály, Lilienthal csoport

Lombik-Fabulon – BEAC II 5,5:6,5
Barcza GSC I – SENSE I 9,5:2,5
Aquaréna KSC III – Palota Sakk I 10:2
Pénzügyőr SE III – MTK Budapest III 6,5:5,5
Tabáni Spartacus II – Vasas SC II 5:7
Sirály SE I – Újpesti KSE I 11:1

II. osztály, Bilek csoport

Hóbagoly SK – Sárkány DSE II 4,5:7,5
Barcza GSC II – A. Láng MKKE 5:7
Törekvés SE – Pestszentlőrinc II 5:7
TFSE – MTK Budapest IV 3:9
HÜSI SC II – Mattolda SSC I 3:9
Sirály SE II – Csepeli TK I 6,5:5,5

III. osztály, Szén csoport

Csepeli TK II – HÜSI SC III 1,5:10,5
Pestszentimre – MTK Budapest V 4,5:7,5
Pénzügyőr SE IV – ATTE-ARISZ 9:3
Sárkány DSE III – Újpesti KSE II 7,5:4,5

Palota Sakk II – BEAC III 2,5:9,5
Barcza GSC III – SENSE II 4:8
Aquaréna KSC IV – Mattolda SSC II 10,5:1,5
Rákosliget – ART 3F SE 5,5:6,5

 

Yip,M-Zoltan,A

Bogo-Catalan

BTCh 2019 Rd2.11

After 15..h5(Diagram)

Black’s kingside pawns have been compromised but White must still find a good plan

What do you recommend for White?

After 15..h5

After 47..Qe5(Diagram)

White has every advantage possible, safer king, better structure, better minor pieces and control of the d-file

The game must still be won but there are many possible ways. I chose what I thought was the most logical, removing any chance at counterplay

 

After 47..Qe5

 

Yip,M(Left)

 

 

 

World Youth Chess Championship India 2019

Player overview for HUN

HUN

SNo Name Rtg FED 1 2 3 4 Pts. Rk. Group
9 FM Borhy Marcell 2321 HUN 1 ½ 1 0 2,5 24 Open U14
18 Sulyok Eszter 1893 HUN 1 1 0 ½ 2,5 23 Girls U14
17 Juhasz Judit 2004 HUN 1 1 0 1 3,0 9 Girls U16
30 FM Vanczak Tamas 2327 HUN 1 ½ 0 0 1,5 54 Open U18

Pairings of the next round for HUN

Rd. Bo. No. Name FED Rtg Pts. Result Pts. Name FED Rtg No.
5 14 9
FM Borhy Marcell HUN 2321 Jain Kashish Manoj IND 1930
42
5 13 55
Karimli Zhala AZE 1490 Sulyok Eszter HUN 1893
18
5 6 17
Juhasz Judit HUN 2004 3 3 Zhang Xiao CHN 2053
10
5 26 56
Praloy Sahoo IND 1947 FM Vanczak Tamas HUN 2327
30

Results of the last round for HUN

Rd. Bo. No. Name FED Rtg Pts. Result Pts. Name FED Rtg No.
4 5 21
Poltorak Sebastian POL 2130 1 – 0 FM Borhy Marcell HUN 2321
9
4 13 18
Sulyok Eszter HUN 1893 2 ½ – ½ 2 AGM Renganayaki V IND 1641
37
4 12 26
FM Jarocka Liwia POL 1899 2 0 – 1 2 Juhasz Judit HUN 2004
17
4 21 30
FM Vanczak Tamas HUN 2327 0 – 1 Gaurav Rajesh Zagade IND 2053
51

Player details for HUN

Rd. SNo Name Rtg FED Pts. Res.
FM Borhy Marcell 2321 HUN Rp:2088 Pts. 2,5
1 54 CM Mohamed Saeed Laily 1836 UAE 1,0 w 1
2 36 Sahakyan Aleks 1991 ARM 1,5 s ½
3 30 Laux Dominik 2015 GER 2,5 w 1
4 21 Poltorak Sebastian 2130 POL 3,5 s 0
5 42 Jain Kashish Manoj 1930 IND 2,5 w
Sulyok Eszter 1893 HUN Rp:1708 Pts. 2,5
1 58 Dolakidze Mariam 1473 GEO 1,5 s 1
2 76 Zubova Darja 1255 LAT 2,0 w 1
3 5 Roebers Eline 2083 NED 3,5 s 0
4 37 AGM Renganayaki V 1641 IND 2,5 w ½
5 55 Karimli Zhala 1490 AZE 2,5 s
Juhasz Judit 2004 HUN Rp:2007 Pts. 3,0
1 52 Sargsyan Srbuhi 1607 ARM 1,5 w 1
2 56 Shreetu Bhavikbhai Nandi 1556 IND 1,5 s 1
3 4 WFM Nurgali Nazerke 2194 KAZ 4,0 w 0
4 26 FM Jarocka Liwia 1899 POL 2,0 s 1
5 10 Zhang Xiao 2053 CHN 3,0 w
FM Vanczak Tamas 2327 HUN Rp:2125 Pts. 1,5
1 68 Saypuri Srithan 1833 IND 1,0 s 1
2 9 IM Rahul Srivatshav P 2460 IND 2,5 w ½
3 7 IM Pultinevicius Paulius 2503 LTU 2,5 s 0
4 51 Gaurav Rajesh Zagade 2053 IND 2,5 w 0
5 56 Praloy Sahoo 1947 IND 1,5 s

New Books Now Available from New in Chess

Now available from New in Chess

Planning Move by Move

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TWIC 1299 Hungarians in Action

The latest issue of TWIC is now available

selected games

 

Sedlak-Medvegy

Queen’s Indian g3

28th TCh-CRO Div 1b 2019 Rd2.11

After 56..Ke7(Diagram)

White has the outside passer but the Na6 blockades it

What do you recommend for White?

After 56..Ke7