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Grand Europe Open Albena Rd5-Peczely,S(HUN)

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TWIC 970
Peczely reached a good position in a RRB-RRN ending but made some small inaccuracies which turned the ending to white’s favor.

Dolzhikova,O (2263) – Peczely,S (2147)
SI 2.c3 Nf6[B22]

Grand Europe Open Albena Albena BUL (5.53), 05.06.2013

Position 1

A key position in a RR-RR ending has arisen. What do you recommend for white?

White to Play

31..Re8

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Karpos Open 2013 Rd2, Peczely S(HUN)-TWIC 958

TWIC 958
Hungarian junior Peczely,S faced the solid Caro-Kann in rd2 and was slowly outplayed with an uncommon line in the 4..Bf5 variation. Black played the under the radar 12…a5!?(diagram) and played to massage down the queenside.

White fought back to an equal position only to blunder but the real value of the game is unearthing the 12…a5!? continuation.

12…a5


Here is the feature game.

Peczely,S (2072) – Bogdanovski,V (2444) 
Caro-Kann 4..Bf5; 11.Bd2[B19] 

Karpos Open 2013 Skopje MKD (2.55), 10.03.2013


Position 1
White has not achieved anything on either side of the board and it is black who is applying the pressure. White has just attacked Ng4 with 20.Qe2. How should black continue now?

Black to Play

20.Qe2

Karpos Open 2013 Rd9(HUN) Standings

Rd9 Chess-result HUN
Peczely, Sebastian did very well with 4.5/9 to gain 22.5 rating points.
For complete standings see Canadachessnews Karpos-open-2013-rd9-standings

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SNo Name Rtg FED Pts. rtg+/-
2 GM Berkes Ferenc 2702 HUN 5.5 -18
80 FM Tesik Csaba 2366 HUN 4 -28.35
89 FM Csonka Balazs 2319 HUN 5.5 6.6
96 WGM Rudolf Anna 2292 HUN 5 4.65
141 Peczely Sebastian Z 2072 HUN 4.5 22.5

Peczely,S(HUN 2072) Beats GM at Karpos Open 2013

TWIC 957
Hungarian junior Sebastian Peczely collected a GM scalp at the Karpos Open in rd1. GM Malakhatko,V took some liberties in the opening and was punished in style. However, Peczely had to win the game twice after letting the GM off the hook.

More on Peczely

Sebastian Peczely at the EU Junior Ch
Video From the World U12 Ch




Malakhatko,V (2571) – Peczely,S (2072) 
English Symmetrical 5.a3 e6 6.Rb1 Nge7 [A36] 

Karpos Open 2013 Skopje MKD (1.23), 09.03.2013


Position 1
White’s king has been caught in the center. What do you suggest for black now?

Black to Play

19.Nd1

Positon 2
Finish white off.

Black to Play

33.Rc5

WYCC Under 14 Open Peczely,S(HUN)

Peczely,S is one of Hungary’s promising young talents who played in the Under 14 Open where he scored a modest 5.5/11.

Here he is at the EU Under 12 Ch Youtube WU12

Result Details
Peczely Sebastian Zsombor 2092 HUN Rp:1958 Pts. 5.5
1 130 Ozmen Mustafa Lutfi Poyraz 1723 TUR 6 s 1
2 3 FM Ali Marandi Cemil Can 2367 TUR 7 w 0
3 92 Doknjas John 1900 CAN 5 s 1
4 85 Plotkin Mark 1928 CAN 6 w 1
5 17 Kozionov Kirill 2263 RUS 8 s 0
6 81 Cortes Orihuela Javier 1939 CHI 5 w 0
7 89 Hoang Harry 1919 SUI 5 s ½
8 91 Stefanov Emil 1904 BUL 4.5 w 1
9 74 Abramciuc Marius 1959 MDA 6.5 s 0
10 95 Taalaibekov Tagir 1871 KGZ 6 w 0
11 122 Olsen Ulrik 1761 NOR 4.5 s 1

Here is a tense game from  Peczely against a master. Peczely had a very promising position before eventually losing.

Kozionov,Kirill (2263) – Peczely,Sebastian Zsombor (2092)
Italian Game[C53]
Wch U14 Maribor (5.16), 12.11.2012

Black used an interesting defensive method used by GM Piner in a try for counterplay against white’s pawn center.

Critical Position 1
The position looks quiet. What should white do now? Be3 perhaps?

White to Play

Critical Position 2
White center is crumbling. How do you proceed with black?

Black to Play