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    Chandler leads Steadman (who he has already beaten) by half a point after demolishing Dive's position with black.

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    Possibly 21.Nc5 is best for white, since it either enables the knight to participate in the defence or else activates white's queen after an exchange of knights on c5. But even so Black has such pressure that I suspect white is drawing at best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    Chandler leads Steadman (who he has already beaten) by half a point after demolishing Dive's position with black.

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    Possibly 21.Nc5 is best for white, since it either enables the knight to participate in the defence or else activates white's queen after an exchange of knights on c5. But even so Black has such pressure that I suspect white is drawing at best.
    Very single-minded attack. Dive may not have seen the strength of 22... Nh2.

    Can't see anyone stopping Chandler now. He has played his strongest rivals now and is showing his GM strength. Steadman will have a hard time against van Riemsdijk and Ker, whom Chandler has already played.
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    The two current leaders met in R1!
    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.15"]
    [Round "1.1"]
    [White "Chandler, Murray"]
    [Black "Steadman, Michael"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "C14"]
    [PlyCount "97"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]

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    Next round was the upset of the tournament:
    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.16"]
    [Round "2.1"]
    [White "Lukey, Stephen"]
    [Black "Chandler, Murray"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "D43"]
    [PlyCount "131"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]

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    Thanks Jono for posting the Lukey-Chandler game; I hadn't seen it. It's that Moscow Gambit line again (considered a little bit speculative back in the mid-90s it is now such a critical line, especially because if it works then it is so much harder for Black to play the Semi-Slav and be sure of a positional game rather than a violent one). They went pretty deep into the theory too. I'm hoping someone will write a monograph on the Moscow Gambit sometime soon (if it hasn't been done already) - I wouldn't mind two or three hundred pages on it! It's getting so messy it's tempting to just take up the Botvinnik and take away white's choice of playing style.

    Chandler should have played 28...Bg7 when White can only discard the exchange via 29.Rh8+ Kf7 30.Rh7 Kg8 31.Rxg7. Black's position is still a little airy but white has not much left to throw so black has excellent winning chances.

    White seemed to play much better than black immediately after the exchange of queens. Sure he has compensation for the pawns he is down but surely not that much!

    Did Chandler resign the final position, or did he perhaps lose on time? If the PGN is correct then I think 66...Rh7 still draws, because if 67.Rg1 there is the stalemate defence 67...Rd7+!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    White seemed to play much better than black immediately after the exchange of queens. Sure he has compensation for the pawns he is down but surely not that much!
    Could Chandler avoid giving a piece away?

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    Did Chandler resign the final position, or did he perhaps lose on time? If the PGN is correct then I think 66...Rh7 still draws, because if 67.Rg1 there is the stalemate defence 67...Rd7+!
    No idea, sorry. Seems a premature resignation, but where's a tablebase when you need it? Seems to me that 63... Re7 was clever but just misplaced the R which should have stayed a long way away.

    Also, R+B+N v R+B (opposite colours) has very serious winning chances, whereas the defender should hold R+B v R, and Chandler of course knew that he had to toss his remaining P ASAP so he had stalemate tricks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    Could Chandler avoid giving a piece away?
    I don't think so (past a certain point) but he didn't have to lose so many pawns as well.

    For instance 36...Kd6. If 37.Rxb7 white gets two pieces for one, but black gets the a-pawn, and should draw.

    Seems a premature resignation, but where's a tablebase when you need it?
    Everything but ...Rh7 loses and only the stalemate trap saves after Rg1. All I can think if the score is correct is that he must have either not seen the stalemate trap and resigned in a drawn position, or else lost on time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono2
    Seems ok now. Full game is there. Did Russell Dive just blunder on move 25 allowing his h pawn to be captured?
    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.18"]
    [Round "5.1"]
    [White "Dive, Russell"]
    [Black "Van Riemsdijk, Herman"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "E58"]
    [PlyCount "61"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]

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    I'd like an explanation for the moves after 26. Bg3, where Black's Q is left en prise.
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    Time trouble?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jono
    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.18"]
    [Round "5.1"]
    [White "Dive, Russell"]
    [Black "Van Riemsdijk, Herman"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "E58"]
    [PlyCount "61"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]

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    I'd like an explanation for the moves after 26. Bg3, where Black's Q is left en prise.
    I seem to recall there was time trouble for both players, especially Dive. Even so, you'd think 30 seconds increment would be enough to see an en prise Queen! I'm suspicious of the scoresheet.
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    Hi there

    To answer two questions about my games:

    1. In van riemsdijk / lukey, 11 Qc1 was the interesting novelty - apparentely it was prepared by herman as he had had a white loss of his in this line featured in a new in chess survey article - hence he thought he better prepare something new!! The point of 11 Qc1 is that now white is really threatening Rb5 ... as after say 11 ... f6 12. Rb5 Qa4 (this is good after 11 Nf3) 13. Rc5 b6 14. Bb5! picks up the queen as a3 is defended (if 11 Nf3 had been played then 13. ... b6 would have won the exchange). The other point of 11. Qc1 is showed in the game as it defends the f4 square thus making Bf4 stronger.

    2. In lukey / chandler I mucked up the opening, possibly it is unwise to play the anti-moscow gambit against a GM knowing no theory at all. Anyway, Murray's mistake was to swap rooks and give me the h file and then swap on e5 letting my queen get there - he had planned Bg7 which won in every line but Rh8 which lets white off the hook.

    Murray did lose on time in the act of playing a move that lost anyway. For most of the period where I stole a piece after nc5 we were both pretty short of time (but with 1 minute inc never gets too serious). Jono was right that one point of interest was how good the ending of R, N, and opposite B v r and opposite B is ... I considered aiming for it but ended up going for a safer line as I didn't want him to retain his g pawn for a bit.

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    Thanks very much for the comments flukey. I noticed van Riemsdijk was a bit of a 7.h4 junky in the databases.

    Dowden, having to this point scored a respectable 5/10 despite being near the tail end of the ratings, has been sent to top board for the final round, black against Chandler. Dive is white against McLaren but needs to win and have Chandler lose to tie for first.

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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.21"]
    [Round "9.1"]
    [White "Chandler, Murray"]
    [Black "Smith, Robert"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B14"]
    [PlyCount "47"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]
    Chandler caught Smith in a deadly pin
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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.21"]
    [Round "9.2"]
    [White "McLaren, Leonard"]
    [Black "Steadman, Murray"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B06"]
    [PlyCount "51"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]
    Overwhelming victory by McLaren against Steadman who was 2nd outright going into this round.
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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.21"]
    [Round "9.3"]
    [White "Ker, Anthony"]
    [Black "Van Riemsdijk, Herman"]
    [Result "0-1"]
    [ECO "C45"]
    [PlyCount "92"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]
    Cool-headed defence by vR, who kept control of the his opponent's tactical chances with tactics of his own.
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    A critical game between leaders at the time

    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.19"]
    [Round "7.1"]
    [White "Chandler, Murray"]
    [Black "Van Riemsdijk, Herman"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "C58"]
    [PlyCount "63"]
    [EventDate "2008.??.??"]

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    Last edited by Capablanca-Fan; 23-01-2008 at 05:10 PM.
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    All over. A very big margin for Chandler despite the early loss to Lukey.

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    1  Chandler, Murray      NZL   2540 gm         9      3:W  9:L  6:W 14:D 18:W  8:D  4:W  2:W 10:W  5:W 16:W
    2  Dive, Russell         NZL   2341 im    WE   7.5    6:W 11:W 14:W 18:D  4:L  3:D  8:W  1:L 13:W  9:W  5:D
    3  Steadman, Michael     NZL   2238       AC   7.5    1:L 22:D 21:+ 12:W 10:W  2:D 13:D  9:W  5:L  4:W  8:W
    4  Van Riemsdijk, Herman BRA   2391 im         6.5   12:L 10:W  7:W  9:W  2:W 13:D  1:L  5:D  8:W  3:L 15:D
    5  McLaren, Leonard      NZL   2250       NS   6.5   21:W 18:D 13:D  8:L 16:W  9:D  6:W  4:D  3:W  1:L  2:D
    6  Spain, Graeme         NZL   2191       GA   6.5    2:L 20:W  1:L 15:W 11:W 18:D  5:L  8:L 22:W 14:W 17:W
    7  Hart, Ralph           NZL   2174       NS   6.5   13:D 16:D  4:L 19:D 17:W 14:D  9:L 12:D 20:W 22:W 18:W
    8  Ker, Anthony          NZL   2330 im    WE   6     15:L 17:W 12:W  5:W 13:D  1:D  2:L  6:W  4:L 10:W  3:L
    9  Lukey, Stephen        NZL   2283 fm    WE   6     22:W  1:W 18:L  4:L 14:W  5:D  7:W  3:L 11:D  2:L 20:W
    10 Smith, Robert         NZL   2333 fm    WT   6     16:D  4:L 19:W 11:W  3:L 12:W 18:W 13:D  1:L  8:L 21:W
    11 Reilly, Tim           AUS   2276 fm         6     20:W  2:L 15:W 10:L  6:L 16:D 21:W 18:W  9:D 13:D 19:D
    12 Hartvig, Ove          DEN   2233 fm         6      4:W 14:L  8:L  3:L 19:W 10:L 20:W  7:D 21:W 16:D 22:W
    13 Garbett, Paul         NZL   2338 im    NS   5.5    7:D 15:W  5:D 16:W  8:D  4:D  3:D 10:D  2:L 11:D 14:L
    14 Watson, Bruce         NZL   2293 fm    AC   5.5   17:W 12:W  2:L  1:D  9:L  7:D 16:L 21:W 15:D  6:L 13:W
    15 Barlow, Matthew       NZL   2148       NS   5.5    8:W 13:L 11:L  6:L 20:D 17:D 19:D 22:W 14:D 21:W  4:D
    16 Dowden, Tony          NZL   2170       OT   5     10:D  7:D 22:W 13:L  5:L 11:D 14:W 17:D 19:D 12:D  1:L
    17 Thornton, Gino        NZL   2095       NS   5     14:L  8:L 20:D 21:W  7:L 15:D 22:W 16:D 18:W 19:D  6:L
    18 Croad, Nicolas        NZL   2313       WE   4.5   19:W  5:D  9:W  2:D  1:L  6:D 10:L 11:L 17:L 20:W  7:L
    19 Stuart, Peter         NZL   2114       NS   4     18:L 21:D 10:L  7:D 12:L 22:D 15:D 20:D 16:D 17:D 11:D
    20 Fuatai, Fuatai        NZL   2087       NS   2.5   11:L  6:L 17:D 22:D 15:D 21:D 12:L 19:D  7:L 18:L  9:L
    21 Goodhue, Nathan       NZL   2083       AC   2      5:L 19:D  3:- 17:L 22:W 20:D 11:L 14:L 12:L 15:L 10:L
    22 Bennett, Hilton       NZL   2094       HA   1.5    9:L  3:D 16:L 20:D 21:L 19:D 17:L 15:L  6:L  7:L 12:L

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Bonham
    All over. A very big margin for Chandler despite the early loss to Lukey.

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    1  Chandler, Murray      NZL   2540 gm         9      3:W  9:L  6:W 14:D 18:W  8:D  4:W  2:W 10:W  5:W 16:W
    2  Dive, Russell         NZL   2341 im    WE   7.5    6:W 11:W 14:W 18:D  4:L  3:D  8:W  1:L 13:W  9:W  5:D
    3  Steadman, Michael     NZL   2238       AC   7.5    1:L 22:D 21:+ 12:W 10:W  2:D 13:D  9:W  5:L  4:W  8:W
    4  Van Riemsdijk, Herman BRA   2391 im         6.5   12:L 10:W  7:W  9:W  2:W 13:D  1:L  5:D  8:W  3:L 15:D
    5  McLaren, Leonard      NZL   2250       NS   6.5   21:W 18:D 13:D  8:L 16:W  9:D  6:W  4:D  3:W  1:L  2:D
    6  Spain, Graeme         NZL   2191       GA   6.5    2:L 20:W  1:L 15:W 11:W 18:D  5:L  8:L 22:W 14:W 17:W
    7  Hart, Ralph           NZL   2174       NS   6.5   13:D 16:D  4:L 19:D 17:W 14:D  9:L 12:D 20:W 22:W 18:W
    8  Ker, Anthony          NZL   2330 im    WE   6     15:L 17:W 12:W  5:W 13:D  1:D  2:L  6:W  4:L 10:W  3:L
    9  Lukey, Stephen        NZL   2283 fm    WE   6     22:W  1:W 18:L  4:L 14:W  5:D  7:W  3:L 11:D  2:L 20:W
    10 Smith, Robert         NZL   2333 fm    WT   6     16:D  4:L 19:W 11:W  3:L 12:W 18:W 13:D  1:L  8:L 21:W
    11 Reilly, Tim           AUS   2276 fm         6     20:W  2:L 15:W 10:L  6:L 16:D 21:W 18:W  9:D 13:D 19:D
    12 Hartvig, Ove          DEN   2233 fm         6      4:W 14:L  8:L  3:L 19:W 10:L 20:W  7:D 21:W 16:D 22:W
    13 Garbett, Paul         NZL   2338 im    NS   5.5    7:D 15:W  5:D 16:W  8:D  4:D  3:D 10:D  2:L 11:D 14:L
    14 Watson, Bruce         NZL   2293 fm    AC   5.5   17:W 12:W  2:L  1:D  9:L  7:D 16:L 21:W 15:D  6:L 13:W
    15 Barlow, Matthew       NZL   2148       NS   5.5    8:W 13:L 11:L  6:L 20:D 17:D 19:D 22:W 14:D 21:W  4:D
    16 Dowden, Tony          NZL   2170       OT   5     10:D  7:D 22:W 13:L  5:L 11:D 14:W 17:D 19:D 12:D  1:L
    17 Thornton, Gino        NZL   2095       NS   5     14:L  8:L 20:D 21:W  7:L 15:D 22:W 16:D 18:W 19:D  6:L
    18 Croad, Nicolas        NZL   2313       WE   4.5   19:W  5:D  9:W  2:D  1:L  6:D 10:L 11:L 17:L 20:W  7:L
    19 Stuart, Peter         NZL   2114       NS   4     18:L 21:D 10:L  7:D 12:L 22:D 15:D 20:D 16:D 17:D 11:D
    20 Fuatai, Fuatai        NZL   2087       NS   2.5   11:L  6:L 17:D 22:D 15:D 21:D 12:L 19:D  7:L 18:L  9:L
    21 Goodhue, Nathan       NZL   2083       AC   2      5:L 19:D  3:- 17:L 22:W 20:D 11:L 14:L 12:L 15:L 10:L
    22 Bennett, Hilton       NZL   2094       HA   1.5    9:L  3:D 16:L 20:D 21:L 19:D 17:L 15:L  6:L  7:L 12:L
    Hardly a surprise that a GM like Chandler won convincingly, esp. when you realise how strong he was 20 years ago. Van R played very well on some games but dropped off the pace later. A very good result for Steadman, beating two IMs in the last two rounds, and McLaren, Spain and Hart had their best results in a NZ Champs as well IIRC. All those on 6 would be disappointed.
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    Last round games

    This tournament was rather different demographically from the Aussie champs; hardly anyone in the NZ champs was under 40.

    [White "Chandler, Murray"]
    [Black "Dowden, Tony"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "C10"]
    [PlyCount "73"]

    Pretty much as expected, with all due respect to Tony. I'm not sure why he accepted the doubling of his f-pawns and losing the B-pair.

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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.23"]
    [Round "11.3"]
    [White "Steadman, Michael"]
    [Black "Ker, Anthony"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "B07"]
    [PlyCount "91"]

    Very strong finish for Steadman, who played well above his rating. Ker had to give a P on move 12, but regained it and White's position looked rather loose. But then he started planting pieces right in the enemy camp and the defenses cracked quickly.

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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.23"]
    [Round "11.9"]
    [White "Lukey, Stephen"]
    [Black "Fuatai, Fuatai"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "D85"]
    [PlyCount "41"]

    After a great upset win over Chandler, Lukey dropped off after losing badly to van Riemsdyk and after an unforced pawn loss to Dive, but wins quickly here. Black's last move was a blunder but his position was unenviable.

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    [Event "New Zealand Championship"]
    [Site "Auckland"]
    [Date "2008.01.23"]
    [Round "11.5"]
    [White "Spain, Graeme"]
    [Black "Thornton, Gino"]
    [Result "1-0"]
    [ECO "C06"]
    [PlyCount "39"]

    Spain ended with a very respectable score after this quick win—Black was already worse, but allowing the simple sac on g6 was not the way to hold on.

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    Last edited by Capablanca-Fan; 24-01-2008 at 06:48 PM.
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