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Sicilian Najdorf with Bg5 | round 6 of Vezerkepzo June IM | Juhasz-Turzo

Sicilian Najdorf with Bg5 | round 6 of Vezerkepzo June IM | Juhasz-Turzo

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In round 6 of the Vezerkepzo international tournament I played with the young talented Hungarian FIDE-Master Agoston Juhasz, who has 2 International Master brothers. Strong chess family!

He played the Bg5 variation in the Sicilian najdorf. I decided to play a solid line. I missed to exchange his c3 knight and that allowed him to increase the pressure. Instead of a good defensive move I missed a nice queen sacrifice which won him 2 pawns and he played well the endgame to win the game.

Rank after Round 6

Rk. SNo   Name FED Rtg  TB1   TB2   TB3 
1 1
IM To Nhat Minh HUN 2331 4,0 12,25 2
2 2
AFM Fishchuk Vladyslav UKR 2253 4,0 10,75 3
3 8
IM Turzo Attila HUN 2312 3,5 9,25 3
4 4
FM Fule Simon HUN 2280 3,5 9,00 2
6
GM Neverov Valeriy UKR 2455 3,5 9,00 2
6 10
FM Juhasz Agoston HUN 2364 3,0 8,50 2
7 5
FM Lyell Mark ENG 2153 2,5 9,25 2
8 3
Majoros Rozsa Evelin HUN 1957 2,0 6,25 0
9 7
Nemeth Zalan IRL 2177 2,0 5,25 1
10 9
AIM Daroczi Donat HUN 2132 2,0 4,50 1


 

You can look all the details of the tourney at https://chess-results.com/tnr648141.aspx?lan=1&art=2&fed=HUN&flag=30

The games start at 3:00 pm Budapest time, which is 9:00 am New York, 6:00 am Los Angeles, 2:00 pm London time.

Today I will play with the young player Donat Daroczi from Hungary.

In the morning I was running with my daughter who joined me with the roller skate.

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Have great games!