Gambito Evans. Maverick-Hunter. Feb 25, #1. Brancas oferecem um peão para ganhar uma vantagem posicional no centro. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4. 3. 2. 1. a. b. c. d. e. Evans Gambit (C51) 1 e4 e5 2 ♘f3 ♘c6 3 ♗c4 ♗c5 4 b4. Wikipedia article: Evans Gambit Evans gambit Annotated: Viewable chess game Garry Kasparov vs Viswanathan Anand, , with discussion forum and chess analysis features.
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Given times; par: The interesting move is Bd6 as shown here in the database. Point is that Black doesn’t have to take on d4 after 5. Why not Bh6 at the final position? I cant see white can win.
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In fact, black has a good chance for win. Bh6 is met by Qe7 a better defence? The Greatest Attacking Chess Player of our time, and perhaps of all time. Anand did not seem to perform like a challenger, but player out of an exhibition game. One justification for One interesting alternative way to displace White’s queen from the central square d4 by Nc6 is the pawn advance Then on 10 Qh4 Nd5 11 Qg3 Black can consider Rg8 declaring that Black plans to castle on the queen side.
Several of his great wins came right out of his prepared analysis. What we see in this game is unquestionably a prepared variation from home analysis, intended against a higher caliber player, that would afford him a strong plus out of the opening, even at the cost of 2 pawns.
In addition, it would also give him a great advantage on the clock! Anand, on the other hand, is facing a prepared variation, having to do all his analysis over the board while the clock is ticking. It is most likely the case that Vishy was already getting low on time at move 25, and therefore in the big picture, realized there would be no way to survive Garry’s strong positional advantage having to play it out at blitz speed while Garry most likely had well over an hour on his clock.
Being outplayed AND outclocked, the wind was gone from his sails.
I can understand his resignation. I would not be so hard on Vishy, since there have only been a few players in history that have prevailed against rigid home preparation. One that comes to mind gabito Capablanca when playing the white pieces in a Ruy Lopez game, and Frank Marshall unleashed his Marshall Gambit on him; A line that was specially prepared just for a confrontation with Capa. Capa’s win in that game was nothing less than heroic, and became one of the great games of the century.
Now, in this game, Vishy probably never expected the Evans from Garry, and obviously eavns not prepared to meet it, especially considering the new handling of the opening that Garry worked out.
Re1 with strong attack. So why did Black resign eavns final position? Bh6 loses a piece to Bc4, but after Rd8 how does White break through? Bb5 but looks like Black survives just for example Nd5 Re8 click for larger view Now Qxe8 Qxd5 and White has the exchange for two Pawns but the game is far from over.
Eevans analysis of this game: Bg7 would have won an exchange or a piece. Bg7 Bf6 may win the exchange but White has invested two pawns for the attack. He’s not about to give that up just to restore material equality. That would be the turning point in the game. Nc3 b6 it starts looking better for black. Kf8 is worth a deeper look. As is well known, Morphy would not have gamblto chance in today’s day and age. He played the Evans Gambit.
Of course, such a weapon could never work today against today’s gambiito GM’s. Impress by this game few weeks latter I blitz the funny trap on Nothing really serious compare to the deep conception of Gary Kasparov.
Yeah, there is no way that a modern GM could be felled by the Evan’s Gambit. No top player could ever go down at the hands of the Scotch, either You need to evajs a username and password to post a reply.
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