By François Danican Philidor
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Svidler surprised him with a new move, not an extremely dangerous one, but definitely with some poison. Van Wely mixed up two variations and soon he found himself in a hopeless position. Qe1N This is a novelty by Svidler. f4 Bxc4 12. Rfd1 Rxd5 23. f4 Bxc4 12. Qe1 there is no queen swap. 14... Ne7?? A terrible move by Van Wely, probably because of mixing up with soem other variation where Ne7 is the right move. Kh1 Qxc4 This is what Van Wely should have played once he realized that he could not go Ng4.
50 Sale Chessbase9 Bridge Go Backgammon Poker LCC Links Special Events Vladimir Kramnik added to Peter Svidler's misery. Photo © Michiel Abeln. Vladimir Kramnik had to play today against his good friend Peter Svidler (who was also his second in the match in Brissago). In a variation of the Sicilian Paulsen that Kramnik had well prepared Svidler blundered into a position which Kramnik had already analysed at home. Instead Svidler could have made a draw by playing Kd7. After the game Kramnik said he felt sorry for his friend who is playing so much below his normal level.
In a variation of the Sicilian Paulsen that Kramnik had well prepared Svidler blundered into a position which Kramnik had already analysed at home. Instead Svidler could have made a draw by playing Kd7. After the game Kramnik said he felt sorry for his friend who is playing so much below his normal level. 2005 This whole game was preparation by Kramnik... Nf3 e6 3. a3 Bxc3+ 9. bxc3 d6 This move is a bit unusual. Normally black goes first Qc7 and if white prevents Ne5 with f4 black has knight a5 leading to a sharp position.
Analysis of the Game of Chess by François Danican Philidor