Carlsen – Caruana World Chess Championship 2018 GAME 11 DRAW!


Carlsen – Caruana World Chess Championship 2018 GAME 11 DRAW!

A világbajnoki döntő állása: Magnus Carlsen (norvég, 2835) – Fabiano Caruana (amerikai, 2832) 5½ – 5½

Sakkvilágbajnoki döntő: 11 parti után sem született győzelem.A tizeneggyedik parti is döntetlennel zárult A vasárnapi pihenőnap után hétfőn az utolsó ! parti jön.Amennyiben ebben a partiban sem születik dontés,akkor 6-6 esetén rapid rájátszás dönti el a világbajnoki cím sorsát.


A rájátszás, ha a 12 parti is remi

Akkor szerdán 4: 25-25 perces rapid játszma következik lépésenként 10 másodperc plusz idővel. Haa 4 partiis egyenlő végeredményű (2-2), akkor 2: 5-5 perces villámparti következik lépésenként 3 mp plusz idővel. Ezt a blitz oda-vissza-vágót addig játsszák, amíg el nem dől a dolog. De ha 5×2 után sem dől el, ami azért valljuk be már közel nulla valószínűségű, no akkor jön az armageddon.

FOLYTATÁS NEXT GAME: Game 12 Nov 26, 2018 15:00

 

[su_quote]Magnus Carlsen drops a reference to the Ljubojević v Karpov (Milan, 1975) endgame. He was generous to say “every chess player” knows it, and not “every good chess player.” [/su_quote]

[su_quote]Magnus Carlsen [on game eleven]: “I’m not thrilled, obviously. I’ve got surprised in the opening and I decided to shut it down. It wasn’t great but it’s no disaster. Now I’ll just have to play well in one more classical and then see what happens.”[/su_quote]

A partik változatlanul 15:00-kor kezdődnek londoni idő szerint, ami nálunk 16:00-t jelent.

A nyereményalap 1 millió dollár azaz 1 MILLIÓ DOLLÁR! Plusz a jegyárbevételekből adódó rész. A nyereményalapon a két játékos osztozik 60-40 arányban, ha a 12 normál időkontrollú partiban eldől a küzdelem. Ha csak a tiebreak dönt, akkor 55-45 arányban osztoznak.

November 25.pihenő nap November 26.12. játszma November 27.pihenő nap

November 28. Tiebreak Záróünnepség


Carlsen-Caruana World Chess Championship 2018

FOLYTATÁS NEXT GAME: Game 12 Nov 26, 2018 15:00

Game 12 Nov 26, 2018 15:00

Carlsen-Caruana FIDE World Chess Championship 2018 LIVE PGN >

Carlsen-Caruana World Chess Championship 2018 GAME 11 report

[Event “World Chess Championship 2018”]
[Site “London”]
[Date “2018.11.24”]
[Round “11”]
[White “Carlsen, Magnus”]
[Black “Caruana, Fabiano”]
[Result “1/2-1/2”]
[ECO “C42”]
[WhiteElo “2835”]
[BlackElo “2832”]
[Annotator “TA”]
[PlyCount “110”]
[EventDate “2018.10.20”]
[EventType “match”]
[EventCountry “ENG”]
[SourceTitle “playchess.com”]
[Source “ChessBase”]
[SourceQuality “1”]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 d6 4.
Nf3 Nxe4 5. Nc3 Nxc3 6. dxc3 Be7 7. Be3 O-O 8. Qd2 {C42: Petroff Defence: 3
Nxe5 and unusual White 3rd moves} Nd7 9. O-O-O Nf6 10. Bd3 c5 11. Rhe1 Be6 {
LiveBook: 3 Games} 12. Kb1 $146 ({Predecessor:} 12. Bg5 Qa5 13. a3 Rfe8 14.
Bxf6 Bxf6 15. Ng5 Bxg5 16. Qxg5 {1/2-1/2 (46) Giri,A (2772)-Motylev,A (2675)
Tbilisi 2017}) 12… Qa5 13. c4 Qxd2 14. Bxd2 {Threatening Ng5.} h6 15. Nh4
Rfe8 16. Ng6 Ng4 17. Nxe7+ Rxe7 18. Re2 Ne5 19. Bf4 Nxd3 20. Rxd3 Rd7 21. Rxd6
Rxd6 22. Bxd6 $11 {[%mdl 4096] Endgame KRB-KRB} Rd8 23. Rd2 Bxc4 24. Kc1 b6 25.
Bf4 Rxd2 (25… Re8 {looks sharper.} 26. Rd7 Re1+ 27. Kd2 Re2+ 28. Kc3 Bxa2 29.
b3 Rxf2 30. Bg3 Rxg2 31. Kb2 f5) 26. Kxd2 {KB-KB} a6 27. a3 Kf8 28. Bc7 b5 29.
Bd6+ Ke8 30. Bxc5 h5 31. Ke3 Kd7 32. Kd4 g6 33. g3 Be2 34. Bf8 Kc6 35. b3 Bd1
36. Kd3 Bg4 37. c4 Be6 38. Kd4 bxc4 39. bxc4 Bg4 40. c5 Be6 41. Bh6 Bd5 42. Be3
Be6 43. Ke5 Bd5 44. Kf4 Be6 45. Kg5 Bd5 46. g4 hxg4 47. Kxg4 Ba2 48. Kg5 Bb3
49. Kf6 Ba2 50. h4 Bb3 51. f4 {[%cal Bf2f4,Bf4f5][%mdl 32]} Ba2 52. Ke7 Bb3 53.
Kf6 Ba2 54. f5 Bb1 55. Bf2 Bc2 {Accuracy: White = 55%, Black = 82%.} 1/2-1/2


WCh London
Caruana, Fabiano Carlsen, Magnus ½-½ 115 B31 Sicilian Rossolimo
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 49 D37 QGD 5.Bf4
Caruana, Fabiano Carlsen, Magnus ½-½ 49 B31 Sicilian Rossolimo
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 34 A29 English Four Knights
Caruana, Fabiano Carlsen, Magnus ½-½ 34 B31 Sicilian Rossolimo
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 80 C42 Petroff’s Defence
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 40 D37 QGD 5.Bf4
Caruana, Fabiano Carlsen, Magnus ½-½ 38 B33 Sicilian Sveshnikov
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 56 A29 English Four Knights
Caruana, Fabiano Carlsen, Magnus ½-½ 54 B33 Sicilian Sveshnikov
Carlsen, Magnus Caruana, Fabiano ½-½ 55 C42 Petroff’s Defence

 

WCh London (ENG), 09-26 xi 2018
Name Ti NAT Rtng 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Perf
Caruana, Fabiano g USA 2832 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ . 2835
Carlsen, Magnus g NOR 2835 ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ ½ . 2832

A Russian plays the Polish for the Norweigan against the American.

[su_quote]Grischuk feels it’s “extremely humiliating” for Karjakin, an aspiring World Champion in the middle of his career, to make the ceremonial first move today[/su_quote]

[su_quote]Karjakin telling NRK that World Blitz & Rapid Championship will be hosted in his home city Moscow.
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No Orangutans in St James’ Park but ⁦Sergey Karyakin⁩ tried 1.b4 for ⁦Magnus Carlsen⁩ against ⁦Fabiano Caruana

They’ve gone for the leaked #VideoGate line in the Petroff!

Great Carlsen Caruana commentary from Sergey Karjakin who coincidentally won with White in this exact line against HariChess in 2016 ShamkirChess database.chessbase “I played Bg5 and Pentala played some crazy move h6 and after Bxh6 it’s almost time to resign.”

Another queen bites the dust – our commentators can’t hide their disappointment, though Giri notes it’s theoretically relevant that it seems it’s been decided White can’t crash through with a kingside attack in this line

[su_quote]Harikrishna Pentala GM After 12.Bg5 i blundered with 12…h6 and lost quickly against @SergeyKaryakin in shamkir 2016. Few more accurate moves and draw Caruana: “Probably the most complicated game of the match.” [/su_quote]

Grischuk joins the show! “If today is a draw I think there is still a very reasonable chance of Fabiano losing in the classical part. I think it’s something like 22% for Fabi, 18% for Magnus, and 60 % draw”

Caruana played the rare 9…Nf6 as displayed in the removed video. 9…c6 was played twice by Caruana in 2018 previously, but never 9…Nf6.

[su_quote]5 greatest of all time: Svidler 1. Kasparov 2. Carlsen 3. Fischer 4. Alekhine 5. Capablanca Giri 1. Kasparov 2. Alekhine (surprised to see how modern his books were – the first modern, all-round player) 3. Fischer 4. Carlsen (or he’ll be upset with me) 5. Tal[/su_quote]

[su_quote]Grischuk’s Top 5

1.Kasparov
2.Carlsen (having all 3 titles – classical, rapid & blitz at the same time was an absolutely amazing achievement)
3.Fischer
4.Karpov
5.Botvinnik/Anand

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