Ahead To Advancement

Ahead To Advancement

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Jun 30, 2013, 7:15 AM |
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Greetings,


This week's position comes from:

Paul Anderson vs Jason Loving (Online Game Viewer: http://cschess.webs.com/ )

White to move.

 



The Wednesday night tournament for June has been rated:

http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain.php?201306269902

The Thursday night tournament for June has been rated.  Josh Divine went unbeaten and became Colorado's newest expert!

http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain.php?201306270322

Read The Newsletter!
http://cschess.webs.com/apps/blog/entries/show/29326731-ahead-to-advancement

1. Game Of The Week: Ahead To Advancement
2. This Week In Chess:  Bughouse Results
3. Tuesday Night Chess Tour Cumulative and 2nd Quarter Results

2013 Calendar Of Events for the Colorado Springs Chess Club:


http://cschess.webs.com/apps/calendar/

For additional events, see the following websites:

Denver Chess Club: DCC (http://www.denverchess.com)
Colorado State Chess Association: CSCA (http://colorado-chess.com/)
Wyoming Chess Association: WCA (http://www.wyomingchess.com/)


ps - Newsletter preview with pgn:

 
Game Of The Week
   
This week's game comes from the Wednesday night, month long tournament in June.  You get one 3 hour game (G90) each week and the results are combined into a Swiss tournament.  One problem that has arisen is that with so much time between rounds (1 week) some players forget they entered the tournament and fail to show up, causing a forfeit win for someone there.


One participant was very upset when these forfeit wins occurred in the final round, effecting the prize payouts.  So, now we have decided to implement fines, according to USCF rules, to encourage players to remember it is their obligation to contact the TD if they cannot make it any week.





In June, Jason Loving, a local expert, was incorrectly paired and suffered an upset.  He didn't care about the pairing mistake but was disappointed that  he was not going to be facing me in the final round.  Some people have gotten the impression that I breeze through these tournaments winning every game. 


However, I know that is far from the truth.  There have been a couple of times where I have won every round, but it is not easy to do.  My longest streak of USCF wins is 10 games.


In fact, I lost in round 3 and was paired against Jason Loving in round 4.  He got what he wanted after all.  When I failed to beat him, he offered to write about the game for the newsletter.  Here is what he had to say:



So, here's my annotations on the game in PGN format.  I'm not sure how you'll want to display it, whether you'd like to set up the game as playable through or if you play through several moves, put a picture of the position, and continue. I think it would be awesome if you also included your thoughts on the game so it could have both sides.





[Awesome it will be.  My comments will be in brackets from here on.]


Paul Anderson vs Jason Loving




1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 e6...




Ahead To Advancement

http://www.chessvideos.tv/chess-game-replayer.php?id=81911 
 
[Event "June Panera Wednesday"]
[Site "http://cschess.webs.com/"]
[Date "2013.06.26"]
[Round "4.3"]
[White "Anderson, Paul"]
[Black "Loving, Jason"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "A46"]
[PlyCount "140"]
[EventDate "2013.06.05"]
[TimeControl "5400"]
 
1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 e6 3. Nf3 Be7 4. e3 O-O 5. Bd3
d5 6. O-O Nbd7 7. Nbd2 c5 8. c3 Qc7 9. Bf4 Bd6 10. Bxd6 Qxd6 11. Re1 Rb8 12. a4
a6 13. Qb1 e5 14. Bf5 e4 15. Bxd7 Nxd7 16. dxc5 Nxc5 17. Nd4 f5 18. c4 Nd3 19.
Re2 Qg6 20. f4 Nxf4 21. exf4 Qb6 22. c5 Qxc5 23. N2b3 Qd6 24. g3 Bd7 25. Qa2 b5
26. axb5 Bxb5 27. Nxb5 Rxb5 28. Nd4 Qc5 29. Rd1 Rb4 30. Rc2 Rc4 31. Rxc4 dxc4
32. Qxa6 Rd8 33. Qe6+ Kh8 34. Qe5 Qb6 35. Rd2 Qb4 36. Nxf5 Qb6+ 37. Kf1 Rg8 38.
Rd7 Qb3 39. Nh6 Qf3+ 40. Ke1 Qh1+ 41. Kd2 Qxh2+ 42. Kc1 Qh1+ 43. Rd1 Qxh6 44.
Qxe4 Qa6 45. Rh1 Qa1+ 46. Qb1 Qxb1+ 47. Kxb1 g5 48. f5 Kg7 49. Rd1 Kf6 50. Rd5
h5 51. Kc2 Rb8 52. Rd4 Rb4 53. g4 hxg4 54. Rxg4 Kxf5 55. Rg1 g4 56. Rb1 Rb3 57.
Ra1 g3 58. Ra5+ Ke4 59. Rg5 Kf3 60. Rf5+ Kg2 61. Rf4 Rb4 62. Kc3 Rb3+ 63. Kc2
Rb4 64. Rd4 Kh2 65. Rd2+ g2 66. Kc3 Rb3+ 67. Kxc4 Rxb2 68. Rxb2 Kh1 69. Rb1+
g1=Q 70. Rxg1+ Kxg1 1/2-1/2
 
Peace be with you,
 
Paul Anderson
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