Andrii Los, Gustavo Paz y Barriga, LIPEAD-40, Tadeusz Kubicki

La Final del torneo LIPEAD-40 concluyó

By Gino Figlio on noviembre 23, 2018 0 Comments

El pasado Marzo del 2018 terminó la etapa Final del torneo Internacional abierto organizado por la federación peruana en homenaje a nuestro socio fundador Gustavo Paz y Barriga.

El enlace del torneo se encuentra aquí: TABLA DE POSICIONES

De acuerdo a las reglas del torneo, los tres primeros lugares recibieron premios en efectivo (1,000; 300 y 200 euros respectivamente).

Pudimos obtener una pequeña entrega de los dos primeros lugares.

ANDRII LOS

I’m 40 years old, lead engineer of IT-department in financial institution. I’m married. Our family is very big! We have 3 children: two girls Juliya 12 and Solomiya 3 years old and boy Vladik 6 years old. Also we have 1 kitten Susanna, 1 hamster Jusik and 2 snails Jack and Jill :-)). We live in the beautiful shady town Bucha not far from Kyiv.
I like chess very much. On ICCF since 2012. Lipead40 – my first big success, where I at last first IM norm archived. Therefore I registered in Copa Perú IV and will hope to win again and archiving second IM norm with cash prize. :))
I think, my best game in the tournament against SIM Kubicki, Tadeusz:
Game
(I’m sorry, without annotations, because my English not very well).
Best wishes all ICCF-players in Copa Perú IV and other future tournaments!

 

 

TADEUSZ KUBICKI

I am 62 years old, I am married, I have got three children and a grandson. I live in southern Poland, in the region of Silesia. I work as a mining engineer in a local coal mine. I have been playing chess since my childhood: as an over-the-board player in a chess club between 1985 and 2010 and currently in correspondence chess tournaments. In my spare time I practice classical music and work on do-it-yourself projects in my home workshop.

My best game in the event is shown below

 

 

 

 

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[Event “LIPEAD40/f (PER) ICCF 2016”]

[Site “ICCF”]

[Date “2016.09.30”]

[Round “Final”]

[White “Kubicki Tadeusz”]

[Black “Marrero Rodriguez Alexis”]

[Result “1-0”]

[Annotator “TK”]

[BlackElo “2393”]

[ECO “A88”]

[Source “”]

[WhiteElo “2433”]

1. Nf3 f5 2. c4 Nf6 3. g3 g6 4. d4 Bg7 5. Bg2 O-O 6. O-O d6 7. Nc3 c6 8. Rb1

a5 9. Qb3 {A less usual and not so logical move, since the queen is in the way

of an intended b4 (why else play the rook to b1?). Of course the queen stops

the bishop on c8 playing for the time being, and there is the ‘Röntgen’ attack

on the king at g8, but this is not so terrible for Black [Meulders,R.]} 9…

Na6 10. Na4 (10. Rd1 Rb8 11. Be3 {=}) 10… Nc7 {?!} (10… Ne4 11. c5+ Kh8

12. Ng5 d5 13. Nf3 g5 14. Nxg5 Bxd4 15. Nxe4 fxe4 16. Bh6 {[%t Long] =}) 11.

Nb6 Ra6 12. Nxc8 Qxc8 13. Rd1 Ne4 14. Qc2 e5 15. b3 Ra8 16. e3 Qe6 17. Bb2 Qe7

18. a3 exd4 19. Nxd4 d5 20. b4 axb4 21. axb4 Rad8 22. Bf1 Kh8 23. h4 Rd6 24.

Ra1 dxc4 25. Bxc4 Nd5 (25… h5 {[%t Long] !?} 26. Nf3 Rfd8 27. Rxd6 Qxd6 28.

Qb3 {[%t Long] ⩲}) 26. h5 Rfd8 {[%t Long] ?!} (26… Be5 {[%t Long] !?} 27.

Kg2 Bf6 28. hxg6 hxg6 29. Ra7 Rd7 30. Qc1 Qxb4 31. Ba3 Qb6 32. Nxc6 {[%t Long]

⩲}) 27. Qb3 R6d7 {?±} (27… Bf6 {[%t Long] !?} 28. Ra7 Nb6 29. Be2 Nc8 30.

Raa1 Kg7 31. Ra8 Re8 32. Kg2 Kf8 33. Rh1 {+1.20/0}) 28. h6 Bf6 29. Nf3 g5 30.

Qc2 Qf8 31. b5 Qxh6 32. Ne5 Bxe5 33. Bxe5+ Kg8 34. bxc6 bxc6 35. Ra6 Qe6 36.

Bb2 Rd6 37. Ba2 f4 38. exf4 gxf4 39. Re1 Qh3 40. Qxe4 fxg3 41. fxg3 Qxg3+ 42.

Qg2 Qxg2+ 43. Kxg2 Kf7 44. Re3 Kf8 45. Rf3+ {[%t Shrt] 1-0}

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