Goryachkina strikes back in the fifth game of the match, and leaves the score in 2½ – 2½ after 5 games #WomenChessMatch

Aleksandra Goryachkina Wins Game 5 of Women’s World Championship Match Against Ju Wenjun

A Ju Wenjun (Kína) és Aleksandra Goryachkina (Oroszország) közötti FIDE női világbajnokság otödik mérkőzését Sanghajban január 11-én játszották. Három döntetlen után a negyedik játszmát a világbajnoknő nyerte meg. Majd ma, az ötödik játszmában kiegynltett a világbajnoki kihívó Aleksandra Goryachkina és ezzel 2½-2½ , azaz döntetlenre áll a vb párharc.Folytatás jan 12,a hatodik játszmával. A női sakkozás 17. világbajnoka, a kínai Ju Wenjun és kihívója, az orosz Alekszandra Gorjacskina 12 játszmás világbajnoki döntője január 5-én kezdődött. A kiírás szerint az első hat partira Sanghajban kerül sor,amiből már öt lement. Majd január 16-án Vlagyivosztokban folytatják a verenyzést, 6-6 esetén január 24-én rájátszás döntene. A döntő hivatalos honlapja: https://wwcm2020.fide.com/


The FIDE Women’s World Championship Match between Ju Wenjun (China) and Aleksandra Goryachkina (Russia) resumed in Shanghai with the fifth game on January 11. 

Ernst Yurkin, Deputy Consul General of the Russian Federation in Shanghai, and Zhu Chen, former World Champion and FIDE Treasurer, made first symbolic moves in the game. 

Having the white pieces, the Russian player opted for the English Opening, which is an unusual choice for her. The World Champion chose one of the most principal lines with a pawn sacrifice on b7. Black exchanged queens rather early but it turned out to be in White’s interest. Both kings were left uncastled but the black monarch fearlessly marched to the centre. Quite soon, the Chinese player decided to give up the exchange for a pawn.   

Aleksandra Goryachkina managed to convert her material advantage in the endgame and celebrated victory on the 51st move thus equalizing the score.  

The score is 2.5-2.5.  

The sixth game, in which Ju Wenjun will have the white pieces, will be played on January 12.  

[ePGN “0.1;DGT LiveChess/2.2.5”]
[Event “FIDE Women’s World Chess Championship 2020”]
[Site “Shanghai, China”]
[Date “2020.01.11”]
[Round “5.1”]
[White “Goryachkina, Aleksandra”]
[Black “Ju, Wenjun”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2578”]
[BlackElo “2584”]

1. c4 {[%clk 01:30:49]} {[%emt 00:00:10]} Nf6 {[%clk 01:29:38]} {[%emt
00:01:22]} 2. Nc3 {[%clk 01:31:08]} {[%emt 00:00:11]} e6 {[%clk 01:29:51]}
{[%emt 00:00:17]} 3. e4 {[%clk 01:30:56]} {[%emt 00:00:41]} d5 {[%clk
01:29:57]} {[%emt 00:00:24]} 4. cxd5 {[%clk 01:30:57]} {[%emt 00:00:30]} exd5
{[%clk 01:30:16]} {[%emt 00:00:11]} 5. e5 {[%clk 01:31:12]} {[%emt 00:00:14]}
Ne4 {[%clk 01:29:10]} {[%emt 00:01:36]} 6. Nf3 {[%clk 01:30:02]} {[%emt
00:01:40]} Bf5 {[%clk 01:29:13]} {[%emt 00:00:27]} 7. d3 {[%clk 01:30:21]}
{[%emt 00:00:11]} Nxc3 {[%clk 01:29:24]} {[%emt 00:00:20]} 8. bxc3 {[%clk
01:30:44]} {[%emt 00:00:06]} c5 {[%clk 01:29:42]} {[%emt 00:00:12]} 9. d4
{[%clk 01:30:44]} {[%emt 00:00:30]} Qa5 {[%clk 01:29:58]} {[%emt 00:00:14]} 10.
Bd2 {[%clk 01:29:27]} {[%emt 00:01:47]} Nc6 {[%clk 01:30:12]} {[%emt 00:00:16]}
11. c4 {[%clk 01:22:41]} {[%emt 00:07:17]} Qd8 {[%clk 01:30:25]} {[%emt
00:00:17]} 12. Qb3 {[%clk 01:22:08]} {[%emt 00:01:03]} Be4 {[%clk 01:30:25]}
{[%emt 00:00:30]} 13. Qxb7 {[%clk 01:09:42]} {[%emt 00:12:56]} Rc8 {[%clk
01:30:45]} {[%emt 00:00:10]} 14. Bg5 {[%clk 01:02:41]} {[%emt 00:07:31]} Be7
{[%clk 01:27:42]} {[%emt 00:03:33]} 15. Bxe7 {[%clk 01:00:46]} {[%emt
00:02:25]} Nxe7 {[%clk 01:23:21]} {[%emt 00:04:51]} 16. Qb5+ {[%clk 00:58:49]}
{[%emt 00:02:27]} Qd7 {[%clk 00:53:44]} {[%emt 00:30:07]} 17. cxd5 {[%clk
00:54:05]} {[%emt 00:05:14]} Bxd5 {[%clk 00:49:38]} {[%emt 00:04:37]} 18. Qxd7+
{[%clk 00:49:51]} {[%emt 00:04:44]} Kxd7 {[%clk 00:50:04]} {[%emt 00:00:04]} 19.
Bb5+ {[%clk 00:49:08]} {[%emt 00:01:14]} Ke6 {[%clk 00:47:02]} {[%emt
00:03:32]} 20. Ng5+ {[%clk 00:43:54]} {[%emt 00:05:44]} Kf5 {[%clk 00:47:29]}
{[%emt 00:00:03]} 21. h4 {[%clk 00:42:40]} {[%emt 00:01:44]} cxd4 {[%clk
00:43:31]} {[%emt 00:04:28]} 22. Bd7+ {[%clk 00:42:36]} {[%emt 00:00:34]} Kxe5
{[%clk 00:43:57]} {[%emt 00:00:04]} 23. Bxc8 {[%clk 00:42:55]} {[%emt
00:00:11]} Rxc8 {[%clk 00:44:06]} {[%emt 00:00:20]} 24. O-O {[%clk 00:42:52]}
{[%emt 00:00:33]} Kd6 {[%clk 00:29:36]} {[%emt 00:15:00]} 25. Rfe1 {[%clk
00:41:11]} {[%emt 00:02:11]} Rc2 {[%clk 00:23:20]} {[%emt 00:06:46]} 26. a3
{[%clk 00:35:58]} {[%emt 00:05:44]} h6 {[%clk 00:22:24]} {[%emt 00:01:26]} 27.
Ne4+ {[%clk 00:35:29]} {[%emt 00:00:58]} Bxe4 {[%clk 00:21:48]} {[%emt
00:01:06]} 28. Rxe4 {[%clk 00:35:57]} {[%emt 00:00:01]} Nc6 {[%clk 00:22:13]}
{[%emt 00:00:06]} 29. h5 {[%clk 00:27:35]} {[%emt 00:08:52]} g6 {[%clk
00:18:28]} {[%emt 00:04:15]} 30. Rf4 {[%clk 00:24:21]} {[%emt 00:03:44]} gxh5
{[%clk 00:17:03]} {[%emt 00:01:55]} 31. Rxf7 {[%clk 00:24:09]} {[%emt
00:00:42]} d3 {[%clk 00:09:58]} {[%emt 00:07:35]} 32. Rd1 {[%clk 00:18:16]}
{[%emt 00:06:23]} d2 {[%clk 00:10:22]} {[%emt 00:00:06]} 33. Rf3 {[%clk
00:16:49]} {[%emt 00:01:56]} Ne5 {[%clk 00:09:17]} {[%emt 00:01:35]} 34. Rf4
{[%clk 00:16:44]} {[%emt 00:00:35]} Nc6 {[%clk 00:04:16]} {[%emt 00:05:31]} 35.
Kf1 {[%clk 00:13:34]} {[%emt 00:03:39]} Ke5 {[%clk 00:04:42]} {[%emt 00:00:04]}
36. Rf3 {[%clk 00:12:50]} {[%emt 00:01:14]} Na5 {[%clk 00:04:01]} {[%emt
00:01:11]} 37. Ke2 {[%clk 00:11:22]} {[%emt 00:01:58]} Nc4 {[%clk 00:04:29]}
{[%emt 00:00:03]} 38. Rh3 {[%clk 00:10:59]} {[%emt 00:00:52]} Ra2 {[%clk
00:04:55]} {[%emt 00:00:04]} 39. Rxh5+ {[%clk 00:09:26]} {[%emt 00:02:03]} Kd4
{[%clk 00:05:20]} {[%emt 00:00:05]} 40. Rh4+ {[%clk 00:38:00]} {[%emt
00:01:56]} Kc5 {[%clk 00:33:29]} {[%emt 00:02:21]} 41. Rh3 {[%clk 00:34:21]}
{[%emt 00:04:09]} a5 {[%clk 00:26:43]} {[%emt 00:07:17]} 42. f4 {[%clk
00:27:11]} {[%emt 00:07:40]} Kd5 {[%clk 00:24:03]} {[%emt 00:03:10]} 43. Rf3
{[%clk 00:26:07]} {[%emt 00:01:34]} Ke6 {[%clk 00:20:18]} {[%emt 00:04:15]} 44.
g4 {[%clk 00:24:40]} {[%emt 00:01:57]} a4 {[%clk 00:18:26]} {[%emt 00:02:22]}
45. Rh3 {[%clk 00:23:01]} {[%emt 00:02:09]} Kd5 {[%clk 00:17:43]} {[%emt
00:01:14]} 46. f5 {[%clk 00:21:30]} {[%emt 00:02:01]} Ke5 {[%clk 00:17:52]}
{[%emt 00:00:21]} 47. Rc3 {[%clk 00:19:18]} {[%emt 00:02:41]} Nxa3 {[%clk
00:16:12]} {[%emt 00:02:10]} 48. Rc5+ {[%clk 00:13:24]} {[%emt 00:06:24]} Kd6
{[%clk 00:15:37]} {[%emt 00:01:05]} 49. f6 {[%clk 00:13:18]} {[%emt 00:00:36]}
Nc2 {[%clk 00:15:37]} {[%emt 00:00:31]} 50. Rc4 {[%clk 00:13:13]} {[%emt
00:00:35]} Na3 {[%clk 00:10:39]} {[%emt 00:05:28]} 51. Rf4 {[%clk 00:12:47]}
{[%emt 00:00:56]} Kd5 {[%emt 00:00:25]} 1-0


WCh Shanghai Vladivostok
Goryachkina, Aleksandra Ju, Wenjun ½-½ 97 D37 QGD 5.Bf4
Ju, Wenjun Goryachkina, Aleksandra ½-½ 40 C67 Ruy Lopez Berlin
Goryachkina, Aleksandra Ju, Wenjun ½-½ 85 D41 Semi-Tarrasch Defence
Ju, Wenjun Goryachkina, Aleksandra 1-0 63 D16 Slav Lasker/Smyslov
Goryachkina, Aleksandra Ju, Wenjun 1-0 51 A18 English Opening

 

WCh Shanghai Vladivostok (CHN RUS), 05-26 i 2020
Name Ti NAT Rtng 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Total Perf
Ju, Wenjun g CHN 2584 ½ ½ ½ 1 0 . . . . . . . 2578
Goryachkina, Aleksandra g RUS 2578 ½ ½ ½ 0 1 . . . . . . . 2584

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