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Czech Open A 2013 Rd1-GM Boros,D

TWIC 977-Pardubice 2013
GMs Boros(HUN) and Gonda(HUN) finished with 6/9.

Life was not so easy for GM Boros in the first round as he battled hard against the Sicilian Dragon. The old 11.Bh6 was nothing special but it did induce black to weaken his pawns. However, white could not break through on the kingside and the game turned to black’s favor.

Nice chess lady 


Hungarian Results
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SNo Name FIDE FED Pts.
15 GM Gonda Laszlo 2538 HUN 6
32 GM Boros Denes 2504 HUN 6
44 IM Sipos Istvan 2471 HUN 5
45 IM Toth Ervin 2471 HUN 5


Boros,De (2504) – Le Ruyet,L (2273)
Sicilian Dragon 9.0–0–0 d5 10.Nxc6 bxc6 11.Bh6 [B76]
Czech Open A 2013
Pardubice CZE (1.32), 19.07.2013


Position 1
Black had a fine position and went to the attack with 27…Nc4. What do you recommend for white?

White to Play

27…Nc4
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Pan-Am Intercollegiate Ch 2012

Here is a nice attacking game by GM Boros(HUN) from the PAN-AM Intercollegiate Championships.

 
 
GM Boros,Dene(HUN)
 
 

Boros,De(2506)-Chirila,I(2525)
Sicilian Scheveningen [B82]
Pan-Am Intercollegiate 2012 Princeton USA (4), 29.12.2012

Position 1  
The plan is clearly to attack but how?

  • 22.Rg4 threatening Rxh7 etc(as played in game)
  • 22.Rcf1
  • Something else

 White to Play        

21…Qd8

CCSCSL GM Saint Louis 2012

CCSCSL GM Saint Louis 2012 Saint Louis CC About Us
Zierk,S; Sarkar,J and Neimer,V shared first with 5.5/9. Boros,De got 4/9.

GM Denes Boros, a student at Webster U at the Thanksgiving Open 2012
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Rating 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 Total
1 Zierk,S 2475 62 * ½ 1 ½ ½ ½ 0 1 ½ 1 5.5/9
2 Sarkar,J 2414 130 ½ * ½ 0 ½ ½ 1 1 1 ½ 5.5/9
3 Neimer,V 2411 133 0 ½ * 1 ½ ½ 1 ½ ½ 1 5.5/9
4 Priyadharshan,K 2408 97 ½ 1 0 * ½ 1 1 ½ ½ 0 5.0/9
5 Esserman,M 2445 17 ½ ½ ½ ½ * 1 0 0 ½ 1 4.5/9
6 Yang,Dar 2493 -35 ½ ½ ½ 0 0 * ½ ½ 1 1 4.5/9
7 Boros,De 2494 -75 1 0 0 0 1 ½ * ½ ½ ½ 4.0/9
8 Finegold,B 2499 -81 0 0 ½ ½ 1 ½ ½ * ½ ½ 4.0/9
9 Diamant,A 2481 -100 ½ 0 ½ ½ ½ 0 ½ ½ * ½ 3.5/9
10 Molner,M 2489 -151 0 ½ 0 1 0 0 ½ ½ ½ * 3.0/9

Here is a win from Boros.

Boros,De (2494) – Zierk,S (2475)
Caro-Kann[B10] then Semi-Tarrasch IQP
CCSCSL GM Inv Saint Louis USA (5.3), 28.11.2012

Critical Position 1
There is an attack in the air on the kingisde where black has just played 17…hg. What do you recommend for white?
-White needs more pieces 18.Ba3 chases off the defending rook
-Bc1 should be on the long diagonal to oppose Bf6 so 18.Bb2 followed by Rad1 and prepare c4-d5. This will also restrain Bb7
-Re1 can do more so 18.Re3-h3 to use the h-file is called for
-Ng5 has lost its usefulness. 18.Ne4 recentralizing and allowing Bh6! to exploit the kingside light squares is better
-Slow builiding with 18.Bd2 and then  Re3 and Rae1 is the way to go. Then white will be ready with sacrificing on e6 or g6 to kill black’s king position
-Something else
White to Play

  

GM Boros,D(HUN) Wins Thanksgiving Open St Louis USA

GM Boros,D(HUN) shared first with GM Meier,Geo scoring 5/6.

 

1 Meier,Geo           2642 -1 +1 -½ +1 -½ +1                5.0/6
2 Boros,De(HUN) 2494 -1 +1 -1 -½ +½ +1                5.0/6
3 Priyadharshan,K 2408 -1 +0 -1 +1 -½ +1                  4.5/6
4 Bykhovsky,An ISR 2513 -1 +1 -1 +½ -0 -½             4.0/6
5 Diamant,A           2481 +1 -1 +½ -½ +0 -1                4.0/6
6 Kleiman,J           2371 +1 -½ +1 -0 +½ -1                 4.0/6

Webster University See Chessdom
Boros is part of the team that transfered from Texzs Tech to Webster University in St-Louis.

‘St. Louis, Feb. 3, 2012 – Building on St. Louis’ growing reputation as a world-class chess center, Webster University is making some exciting chess moves. The University today announced that chess Grandmaster Susan Polgar, World and Olympiad Champion, and her Susan Polgar Institute for Chess Excellence (SPICE), will relocate to Webster from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas, on June 1, 2012. In addition, all members of the reigning national collegiate champion Texas Tech “A” chess team will transfer to Webster and be enrolled at the University in the 2012-2013 academic year.

The following students have been accepted / committed to Webster University for the Fall 2012 (August):

  • Grandmaster Georg Meier – Germany – Sophomore
  • Grandmaster Wesley So – Philippines – Freshman
  • Grandmaster Ray Robson – USA – Freshman
  • Grandmaster Manuel Leon Hoyos – Mexico – Freshman
  • Grandmaster Elshan Moradiabadi – Iran – Graduate student
  • Grandmaster Anatoly Bykhovsky – Israel – Junior
  • Grandmaster Andre Diamant – Brazil – Junior
  • Grandmaster Denes Boros – Hungary – Junior
  • International Master Vitaly Neimer – Israel – Sophomore
  • International Master Faik Aleskerov – Azerbaijan – Graduate student
 

Here is his round 6 win over GM Shulman.

 

Boros,De (2494) – Shulman,Y (2572)
French Tarrasch 3.Nd2 Be7[C03]
3rd Thanksgiving Open Saint Louis USA (6.3), 26.11.2012
White played the unusual plan of attacking on the queenside for a dominating strategic game.

 

Critical Position
Black has just played 33…Kg7. White has the queenside under pressure but what now?
-Bd6 improving the bishop
-Double rooks on the c-file
-Infiltrate with the queen with Qc7
-Or something else

 

White to Play