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
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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

 

BTCH 2019-20 Sept 29 Rd1

MTK did well but I contributed a loss

My form had been pretty good lately so today was a big disappointment

 

I. osztály, Lilienthal csoport

Sirály SE I – Lombik-Fabulon 7,5:4,5
Újpesti KSE I – Tabáni Spartacus II 3,5:8,5
Vasas SC II – Pénzügyőr SE III 2,5:9,5
MTK Budapest III – Aquaréna KSC III 9:3
Palota Sakk I – Barcza GSC I 3,5:8,5
SENSE I – BEAC II 6:6

II. osztály, Bilek csoport

Sirály SE II – Hóbagoly SK 8:4
Csepeli TK I – HÜSI SC II 6,5:5,5
Mattolda SSC I – TFSE 7:5
MTK Budapest IV – Törekvés SE 8,5:3,5
Pestszentlőrinc II – Barcza GSC II 5:7
A. Láng MKKE – Sárkány DSE II 2:10

III. osztály, Szén csoport

Újpesti KSE II – Pénzügyőr SE IV 1:11
ATTE-ARISZ – Pestszentimre 7,5:4,5
MTK Budapest V – Csepeli TK II 7:5
HÜSI SC III – Sirály SE III 1,5:10,5
Sárkány DSE III szabad

Rákosliget – Palota Sakk II 9:3
ART 3F SE – Aquaréna KSC IV 5:7
Mattolda SSC II – Barcza GSC III 5:7
SENSE II – BEAC III 5,5:6,

 

FB gallery

Kata(centre-the pretty one)

 

Yip-Varhaj

Czech Benoni

Board 2

After 13..Bf5(Diagram)

White has the obvious plan of controlling the e4-strongpoint

What do you recommend for White?

After 13..Bf5

 

TWIC 1298 Nimzo Indian

selected games

 

Krysa-Flores

4.Qc2 b6 5.e4

94th ch-ARG 2019 Rd5

After 19.Qf5(Diagram)

White wants to take the g-pawn with check to start with

What do you recommend for Black?

After 19.Qf5

TWIC 1298 Hungarians in Action

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selected games features Terbe,J in Spain

 

 

Terbe,J-Guillo Longares

Maroczy Bind

Fuerteventura w Masters Rd2.2

After 17..Rb2(Diagram)

The Rb2 looks like a lost sheep but the b3-pawn is under attack

What do you recommend for White?

After 17..Rb2

Chess Evolution 3-Yusupov(Quality Chess 2013)

I (re)did a couple of chapters(18,19) today

 

In Chess Evolution 3 Ch19 Exchanging Queens

selected games

I found alternative solutions to a couple of exercises but Yusupov gave me no points. (Good thing I passed the module)

 

Exercise 19-10

No hints

Ex19-10 White to play

 

 

Exercise 19-12

No hints

Ex19-12 White to play

 

TWIC 1297 Hungarians in Action

The latest issue of TWIC is now available

selected games

 

Gledura-Najer

Reti 2..d4

FIDE World Cup 2019 Rd1.2

After 19..exf4(Diagram)

White must decide how to recapture and/or do something about the attacked d3-pawn

What do you recommend for White?

After 19..exf4

 

XVIII. Rákosmente Open Sept 2019 Rd5

Final Ranking after 5 Rounds

Rk. SNo Name FED Rtg Pts.  TB1  TB2  TB3
1 2 Gubics Peter HUN 1990 4,5 16,5 14,0 0,0
2 1 FM Koczo Kristof HUN 2065 4,0 16,0 12,5 0,0
3 7 Horvath Csaba HUN 1810 3,5 15,5 10,0 0,0
4 3 Csalami Gabor HUN 1883 3,5 14,0 11,5 0,0
5 4 AIM Szalay-Ocsak Bank HUN 1850 3,0 15,5 11,0 0,0
6 9 WCM Kovarikova Maria SVK 1772 3,0 13,0 11,0 0,0
7 10 Sulcz Istvan HUN 1733 3,0 12,5 8,5 0,0
8 14 Gazsovics Bela HUN 1598 3,0 9,0 6,0 0,0
9 13 Szurkos Andras HUN 1623 2,5 13,5 7,5 0,0
10 12 Abraham Lajos HUN 1624 2,5 13,5 6,0 0,0
11 5 Tolnai Jozsef HUN 1834 2,5 13,0 8,0 0,0
12 6 Deli Kristof HUN 1831 2,5 12,0 8,5 0,0
13 11 Safar Istvan HUN 1708 2,5 11,5 6,5 0,0
14 18 ACM Megyeri Martin HUN 1477 2,5 11,0 5,5 0,0
15 15 Yadav Tarun IND 1595 2,0 11,0 6,0 0,0
16 16 Szoukup Istvan HUN 1549 1,5 13,5 5,5 0,0
17 8 Lakatos Andras HUN 1788 1,5 12,0 3,5 0,0
18 20 Farkas Imre HUN 1464 1,5 10,0 4,5 0,0
19 21 Molnar Dalma Reka HUN 1130 1,0 12,5 4,0 0,0
20 17 Timko Gyula HUN 1542 1,0 10,5 2,0 0,0
21 19 Makay Mark Janos HUN 1468 0,0 10,5 0,0 0,0

 

Final Ranking after 5 Rounds

Gubics was clear first with 4.5/5

Rk. SNo Name FED Rtg Pts.  TB1   TB2   TB3 
1 2 Gubics Peter HUN 1990 4,5 16,5 14,0 0,0
2 1 FM Koczo Kristof HUN 2065 4,0 16,0 12,5 0,0
3 7 Horvath Csaba HUN 1810 3,5 15,5 10,0 0,0
4 3 Csalami Gabor HUN 1883 3,5 14,0 11,5 0,0
5 4 AIM Szalay-Ocsak Bank HUN 1850 3,0 15,5 11,0 0,0
6 9 WCM Kovarikova Maria SVK 1772 3,0 13,0 11,0 0,0
7 10 Sulcz Istvan HUN 1733 3,0 12,5 8,5 0,0
8 14 Gazsovics Bela HUN 1598 3,0 9,0 6,0 0,0
9 13 Szurkos Andras HUN 1623 2,5 13,5 7,5 0,0
10 12 Abraham Lajos HUN 1624 2,5 13,5 6,0 0,0
11 5 Tolnai Jozsef HUN 1834 2,5 13,0 8,0 0,0
12 6 Deli Kristof HUN 1831 2,5 12,0 8,5 0,0
13 11 Safar Istvan HUN 1708 2,5 11,5 6,5 0,0
14 18 ACM Megyeri Martin HUN 1477 2,5 11,0 5,5 0,0
15 15 Yadav Tarun IND 1595 2,0 11,0 6,0 0,0
16 16 Szoukup Istvan HUN 1549 1,5 13,5 5,5 0,0
17 8 Lakatos Andras HUN 1788 1,5 12,0 3,5 0,0
18 20 Farkas Imre HUN 1464 1,5 10,0 4,5 0,0
19 21 Molnar Dalma Reka HUN 1130 1,0 12,5 4,0 0,0
20 17 Timko Gyula HUN 1542 1,0 10,5 2,0 0,0
21 19 Makay Mark Janos HUN 1468 0,0 10,5 0,0 0,0

 

Mongolia & Hungary Friendship Cup GM Sept 2019

Final Ranking crosstable after 10 Rounds

Rk. Name Rtg FED 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pts.  TB1   TB2   TB3 
1 GM Kovchan Alexander 2567 UKR *** ½ ½ ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 1 ½ 1 7,0 7,0 29,50 0,0
2 IM Nomin-Erdene Davaademberel 2377 MGL ½ ½ *** ½ ½ 1 ½ ½ 1 1 1 7,0 7,0 29,25 0,0
3 GM Baklan Vladimir 2604 UKR ½ ½ ½ ½ *** ½ ½ 1 ½ 1 ½ 6,0 6,0 26,75 0,0
4 GM Varga Zoltan 2437 HUN 0 ½ 0 ½ ½ ½ *** 1 ½ ½ ½ 4,5 4,5 20,00 0,0
5 GM Lajthajm Borko 2414 SRB 0 0 ½ 0 0 ½ 0 ½ *** ½ 1 3,0 3,0 12,50 0,0
6 IM Laketic Gojko 2367 SRB ½ 0 0 0 0 ½ ½ ½ ½ 0 *** 2,5 2,5 12,50 0,0