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    George Trundle Masters 2017

    All the links for the George Trundle Masters (and concurrent Qualifiers and Reserves) can be found at www.newzealandchess.co.nz
    All games will (hopefully) be live - links for the Flash interface and the pgn4web interface are provided. Games can be downloaded from the Vega links.

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    Smith, Robert W–Johansen, Darryl K

    White was never in this short game after going wrong in the opening. 5.Nbd2—Even against the Slav, this move can be met well by ...c6-c5, even though it costs a tempo. Then he lost castling, so his IQP was goiung to be more of a weakness than a strength.

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    White did not need to move the king. There was nothing wrong with 9.Bd2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    Smith, Robert W–Johansen, Darryl K

    White was never in this short game after going wrong in the opening. 5.Nbd2—Even against the Slav, this move can be met well by ...c6-c5, even though it costs a tempo. Then he lost castling, so his IQP was goiung to be more of a weakness than a strength.

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    lol...clear edge for black after move 9 already
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham View Post
    White did not need to move the king. There was nothing wrong with 9.Bd2.
    Losing castling was probably the losing move.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Capablanca-Fan View Post
    Losing castling was probably the losing move.
    I guess one of the explanations is that Darryl's opponent belongs to the generation that he has been dominating for 35 years.
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    I've uploaded my Photos from Day 2. Just the ones taken from my phone. I took a bunch with Helen's camera and I'll upload those when I get them off her (although a bunch are probably bad due to the florescent lights and I didn't know how to compensate for that).

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    The Masters is now available live on chess24!
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    Last edited by heligan; 02-10-2017 at 03:58 PM.

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    Now also on FollowChess! Check the app or go to http://live.followchess.com/#!trundle-masters-2017

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    Quote Originally Posted by heligan View Post
    The Masters is now available live on chess24!
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    Much obliged. Well done in getting Chess24 to post the games.
    “The destructive capacity of the individual, however vicious, is small; of the state, however well-intentioned, almost limitless. Expand the state and that destructive capacity necessarily expands, too, pari passu.”—Paul Johnson, Modern Times, 1983.

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    Thanks to whoever got this on Chess24. Great to be able to follow live from overseas.

    Does anyone know what score is needed for an IM norm?

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    7/9, so only the current tournament leader on 4.5/6, FM Ben Hague, can attain an IM Norm from this tournament. He has yet to play Johansen, PK and Ang (haven't looked up the order).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Max Illingworth View Post
    7/9, so only the current tournament leader on 4.5/6, FM Ben Hague, can attain an IM Norm from this tournament. He has yet to play Johansen, PK and Ang (haven't looked up the order).
    6/8 with Ang to play now
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    Reilly – v. Riemsdijk is shown as a draw agreed with White in a winning position after 34. Bf2. However, Stephen Lukey informed us that White actually played 34. Qxf6 allowing the forced perpetual with 34... Qf3+ (35.Rg3 Qf1+, 36. Rg1 Qf3+). The winning move was demonstrated and somehow transmitted life. Van Riemsdijk's 31... Rxe3 was probably a miscalculation, overlooking that 33.Qh6 attacked the B on f6 and tied it to the N on g7.
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