Grand Prix: Wang Hao Went Sightseeing And Beat Nakamura

Время публикации: 28.09.2012 11:39 | Последнее обновление: 28.09.2012 14:22

One of the three games of round 6 London Grand Prix which ended with a win was a game between Nakamura and Wang Hao.

"It is all like in the tournament in general: I get some better position, perhaps the position is in fact much better, but at some moment I make 2 or 3 bad moves and it all goes down - Nakamura exclaims. I was slightly better in this game after move 30, but then I made few horrible moves. Say 34.Nb1 - isn't too bad after all but the fact is that I was then planning to play g4 and in that case it doesn't work. But even then I was alright. But after some silly move like 40.Bхf3 and black good reply 40...Be5 (I missed it), I've got a lost position. I should have played 40.Bh3 instead - I don't know what's there, perhaps I am worse but I don't lose at once as I had in the game. This thing happens all the time - I can't play a good game up to the end".

  

Wang hao was in a good mood commenting the game: "The position was quite complicated and I though that black is ok but my opponent played badly when he had some time trouble. I spent the free day very well - I visited the National Gallery and Westminster Abbey. Perhaps it's better for me to do sightseeing than to play chess?"

[Event "1st FIDE GP London 2012"] [Site "London ENG"] [Date "2012.09.27"] [Round "6"] [White "Nakamura,Hi"] [Black "Wang Hao"] [Result "0-1"] [WhiteElo "2783"] [BlackElo "2742"] [EventDate "2012.09.21"] [ECO "A07"] 1. Nf3 d5 2. g3 Nf6 3. Bg2 g6 4. b3 Bg7 5. Bb2 c5 6. c4 d4 7. b4 O-O 8. d3 Nc6 9. b5 Nb8 10. O-O Ne8 11. Nbd2 Nd6 12. Nb3 Nd7 13. Qc2 a5 14. Rae1 e5 15. e3 dxe3 16. fxe3 Qc7 17. Nfd2 Re8 18. Bc3 a4 19. Nc1 Nb6 20. a3 Be6 21. e4 Red8 22. Rf2 Qd7 23. Nf3 f6 24. Bf1 Ne8 25. Bd2 Nc7 26. Be3 Qd6 27. Na2 Bf7 28. Nc3 Ne6 29. Nd2 Nd4 30. Qd1 Be6 31. Nd5 Rf8 32. Bg2 Rf7 33. Ref1 Nd7 34. Nb1 Bxd5 35. exd5 f5 36. g4 Raf8 37. Bc1 e4 38. dxe4 f4 39. g5 f3 40. Bxf3 Be5 41. Kh1 Bxh2 42. Rxh2 Nxf3 43. Rh3 Nde5 44. Nc3 Ng4 45. Nxa4 Nfh2 46. Rxf7 Rxf7 47. Qe2 Rf2 0-1 


  


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