Ach Jekatierina, czemu tego nie zobaczyłaś?

W pierwszej rundzie Mistrzostw Turcji w szachach Jekatierina Atalik zagrała czarnymi z Vahap Sanal. Mimo, że przewaga rankingowa była po stronie białych (2557 do 2450) padł remis.

Jednak w pozycji na diagramie Jekaterina mogła zagrać piękną kombinację:

Teraz czarne zamiast Gf7 mogły zagrać 18...S:c2 i po 19.S:c2 czarne grają Gg4 i ginie biała dama. Ach Jekatierina, czemu tego nie zobaczyłaś?

Potem jeszcze Atalik miała wygraną partię, ale nie wykorzystała swoich szans i partia zakończyła się remisem. Przebieg partii:


Partia mi si� podoba�a (ChessBase Reader 2017)
[Event "Turkish Championship 2020"] [Site "Kemer-Antalya"] [Date "2020.11.13"] [Round "1.1"] [White "Sanal, Vahap"] [Black "Atalik, Ekaterina"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "C85"] [WhiteElo "2557"] [BlackElo "2450"] [Annotator "TA"] [PlyCount "216"] [EventDate "2020.11.13"] [EventType "tourn"] [EventCountry "TUR"] [SourceTitle "playchess.com"] [Source "ChessBase"] [SourceQuality "1"] {[%evp 13,216,12,20,0,0,0,0,0,3,0,18,0,0,0,0,0,4,-14,-16,-12,-6,-24,0,-375,-46, -55,-21,-12,-13,-14,-20,-51,-22,-70,-67,-68,-72,-141,-135,-156,-156,-156,-87, -124,-137,-228,-227,-290,-273,-258,-266,-266,-255,-267,-265,-338,-322,-544, -343,-342,-332,-333,-323,-319,-316,-310,-315,-471,-462,-587,-584,-577,-556, -604,-606,-554,-445,-435,-404,-412,-408,-514,-503,-480,-432,-996,-996,-975, -939,-916,-889,-886,-768,-791,-765,-759,0,-783,-722,-712,-608,-711,-706,-694, -326,-425,-424,-642,-576,-1164,-1125,-1509,-1486,-1437,-1396,-1111,-794,-985, -967,-749,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-45,-45,-45,-45, -45,-139,-139,-139,-139,-139,-139,-139,-114,-114,-114,-114,-45,-114,-114,-114, -114,-139,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,0,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114, -114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,-114,0,-114,-114,-114,-114,-147,-147,-195, -195,-195,-139,-139,-139,-139,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45,-45, 0,-45,0,-45,0]} 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 a6 4. Ba4 Nf6 5. O-O Be7 6. Bxc6 dxc6 7. d3 Nd7 8. Nc3 {C85: Closed Ruy Lopez: Deferred Exchange Variation.} O-O 9. Be3 Re8 10. a4 {[#] The position is equal.} Bf8 $146 ({Predecessor:} 10... Bf6 11. h3 Nf8 12. Ne2 Ne6 13. Kh1 a5 14. Nd2 b6 15. b3 c5 16. Rc1 g6 {1/2-1/2 (25) Motylev,A (2654)-Bu,X (2722) Harbin 2019}) 11. Nd2 Nc5 12. Nc4 f6 13. f4 exf4 14. Bxf4 Ne6 15. Bg3 Nd4 16. Ne3 Be6 17. a5 Qd7 18. Qh5 $2 {[%mdl 8192] [#]} (18. Kh1 $11 {and White has nothing to worry.}) 18... Bf7 $2 (18... Nxc2 $1 $19 {[%mdl 512]} 19. Nxc2 Bg4) 19. Qd1 $15 Bc5 20. Bf2 Re5 21. Kh1 Rg5 22. Qe1 Re8 23. Bh4 Rh5 24. g4 Rh6 {aiming for ...Be6.} 25. Rc1 (25. Nf5 $142 Nxc2 26. Nxh6+ gxh6 27. Qe2 Nxa1 28. Rxa1) 25... Rg6 $17 26. Na4 Ba7 $1 27. b4 Ne6 ( 27... Be6 $142 28. Rf4 b6) 28. Nf5 Rxg4 29. Bxf6 (29. Bf2 $17 Bxf2 30. Rxf2) 29... Bg6 $19 {Strongly threatening ...Bxf5.} 30. Ba1 Bxf5 31. Rxf5 Rg1+ 32. Qxg1 Bxg1 33. Rxg1 {White wants to play Nc5.} g6 34. Bf6 Rf8 35. h4 $2 (35. Rff1) 35... Rxf6 36. Rxf6 {[#]} Nc5 $1 {[%cal Rd7h3][%mdl 512]} 37. Rgxg6+ (37. Nxc5 Qh3#) 37... hxg6 38. Nxc5 {[%mdl 4096] Endgame KQ-KRN} ({But not} 38. Rxg6+ $2 Kf7 $19) 38... Qh3+ 39. Kg1 Qxh4 40. Rxg6+ (40. Rf2 {was necessary.} Qg5+ 41. Kh2) 40... Kf7 41. Rg2 Qe1+ {[%mdl 64] Double Attack} 42. Kh2 Qxb4 { [%mdl 64] Double Attack} 43. Rf2+ Ke7 44. Rf5 Qxa5 45. Re5+ Kf7 46. Rf5+ Kg6 47. Nxb7 Qd2+ 48. Kg3 {intending Rc5.} Qxc2 49. Rc5 (49. Kg4 $142 Qb1 50. Rg5+ Kh6 51. Rh5+ Kg7 52. Nc5) 49... Qxd3+ {[%mdl 64] Double Attack} 50. Kf4 Qd2+ 51. Kg4 Qd7+ 52. Kf4 Qf7+ 53. Kg4 Qe6+ 54. Kf4 Qf7+ 55. Kg4 $1 Qe8 56. Kf4 Qf8+ 57. Ke3 Qb8 58. Rxc6+ Kf7 (58... Kh5 $142 59. Nc5 a5) 59. Nc5 a5 60. e5 (60. Ra6 $142 Qb4 61. Rc6) 60... Ke7 61. Rh6 {Rh7+ would kill now. Cut Off at move 61} Qg8 62. Rc6 Qg3+ 63. Kd4 Qf2+ 64. Kc4 Qe2+ 65. Kd4 Qb2+ 66. Kc4 {[#]} Qxe5 $2 (66... Qb4+ $1 $19 67. Kd5 Qd2+ 68. Kc4 Qe2+ 69. Kd4 Qb2+ 70. Kc4 Qb4+ 71. Kd5 Qd2+ 72. Kc4 Qb4+) 67. Kb5 $17 {[#]} a4 $1 {[%mdl 64] Decoy} 68. Kxa4 Qa1+ 69. Kb5 Qb2+ 70. Kc4 Qe2+ 71. Kb4 Kd8 (71... Qe1+ $17 72. Kb5 Qf1+ 73. Ka5 Qa1+ 74. Kb5 Qb2+ 75. Kc4 Qe2+ 76. Kb4 Qe1+ 77. Kc4 Qe2+) 72. Na6 $1 $15 Qe4+ 73. Kc5 Qc2+ 74. Kd5 {[#]} (74. Kb5 $15 Qb3+ 75. Kc5) 74... Qa2+ $1 $17 75. Kd4 Qa4+ 76. Kd5 Qa5+ 77. Nc5 Qd2+ 78. Kc4 Qe2+ 79. Kb4 Qe5 ({Black should try} 79... Qe1+ $17 80. Kc4 Qh1) 80. Re6 (80. Na6 $1 $15) 80... Qb2+ 81. Kc4 Qb1 82. Kd4 Qb4+ 83. Kd5 Qg4 84. Kc6 {Intending Nb7+ and mate.} Qf3+ 85. Kb5 Qd5 86. Rc6 Qf3 87. Re6 Qf7 88. Kc6 Kc8 89. Kb5 Kb8 90. Ra6 Qf1+ 91. Kb4 Qb1+ 92. Kc4 Qh1 93. Kb5 Qb1+ (93... Qd5 $17 94. Re6 Qf5) 94. Kc6 (94. Kc4 $11) 94... Qg6+ 95. Kb5 Qe8+ (95... Qf5 {is more complex.} 96. Re6 Qb1+ 97. Kc4 Qh1 98. Kb5 Qg2 ) 96. Kb4 c6 {Threatens to win with ...Qe1+.} 97. Rb6+ Kc7 98. Rb7+ Kd6 (98... Kc8 $19 99. Ka5 Qe2) 99. Rd7+ Ke5 100. Nd3+ Ke4 ({Better is} 100... Kf5 $17 101. Rd4 Qf8+ 102. Kb3 Ke6 103. Nf4+ Kf6) 101. Nc5+ $15 Ke3 {...Qb8+ is the strong threat.} 102. Ka5 $1 Qb8 {[%csl Gc6][%cal Rb8b5]} 103. Rb7 $1 {[%cal Rb7b8]} Qd8+ 104. Ka6 Ke2 105. Rd7 Qb8 {And now ...Qb5+ would win.} 106. Rb7 Qd8 107. Rd7 Qb8 {Hoping for ...Qb5+.} 108. Rb7 Qd8 {Weighted Error Value: White=0.51/Black=0.29} 1/2-1/2

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