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Laszlo Szabo vs Borislav Ivkov
"Five Knights in Belgrade" (game of the day Nov-23-2009)
Belgrade (1964), Belgrade YUG, rd 11, Oct-??
Benoni Defense: Hromadka System (A57)  ·  0-1



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Nov-23-09  NewLine: Now this game was a pure fun to replay!
Nov-23-09  tamerkaratekin: I've never seen such a game : - ) 5 knights , that is lovely...
Nov-23-09  mertangili: <WhiteRook48> i think 96...Rg3 could be the way to go for black in your line as the white pawn is now lost and black should win
Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: What about 92.Kd4?
Nov-23-09  Samagonka: but why so long????
Nov-23-09  JohnBoy: <Sama> - figuring out a winning strategy is VERY difficult here. You don't have to look far in the endgame pages to find R v. N draws between top GMs.
Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: The whole 49...h1=N concept seems busted after 51.e6! or 51.Ne7! when it appears that white is winning. Even after 50...Nh5 51.Qe3 Rc8 52.e6 white has winning chances.
Nov-23-09  lopium: Doesn't 94.Rh7+ saves the game for at least 7 moves?
Nov-23-09  WhiteRook48: see <mertangili>'s post above
Nov-23-09  kevin86: An unusual hard ending for black,but he does pull it out.
Nov-23-09  SPINK: very pretty game (and pun), also the technique at the end was nice
Premium Chessgames Member
  Jimfromprovidence: There are a lot of strange swings in play in this game, which make it fun to study.

As <RV> mentioned, 51 Rh2?? instead of 51 Ne7 (seeing Ng6+) cost white the match.

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Also, 51 e6 wins, (seeing 51...Rxe6 52 Ra8+).

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On the other side, black loses most of his advantage with 54..Nxe5 instead of saving himself a piece with either 54...Rh4 or below, 54...g5.

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Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: 3 minutes per move:

Laszlo Szabo - Borislav Ivkov

Belgrade 11, 1964

[Rybka 3 ]

1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 c5 3.d5 d6 4.Nc3 g6 5.e4 Bg7 6.Bd3 0-0 7.Nge2 e6 8.0-0 exd5 9.cxd5 b6 10.Ng3 Ba6 last book move

11.Bf4 0.02/18 Bxd3= 0.14/20
[Rybka 3 : 11...Qe7 12.Bxa6 Nxa6 13.Bg5 Nc7 14.Re1 h6 15.Bf4 Nd7 16.Qd2 h5 17.h3 Ne5 18.b3 h4 19.Nge2= 0.02/18 ]

12.Qxd3 -0.06/18 Ng4 0.40/19
[Rybka 3 : 12...a6 13.a4 Qe7 14.Qe2 Nbd7 15.f3 Ne5 16.Be3 Rfe8 17.b3= -0.06/18 ]

13.Qd2= 0.06/19
[Rybka 3 : 13.Qe2 Ne5 14.Bd2 c4 15.b3 h5 16.bxc4 h4 17.Nh1 Qc8 18.Nb5 a6 19.Nxd6 Qc5 20.Nb7 Qxc4 21.Rae1 Ra7 22.Nd6 Qc5 23.Rb1 Qxd6 24.Bb4 Qf6 25.f4 Ned7 26.Bxf8 Bxf8 27.Rf3 Qd4+ 28.Nf2 0.40/19 ]

13...a6= 0.23/19
[Rybka 3 : 13...Ne5 14.b3 Nbd7 15.Bg5 Qb8 16.Qe2 h6 17.Be3 h5 18.Rac1 a6 19.h3 h4 20.Nh1 c4 21.bxc4 Qc7= 0.06/19 ]

14.Rae1= -0.16/19
[Rybka 3 : 14.Bg5 Bf6 15.Bxf6 Nxf6 16.Qg5 b5 17.f4 Nfd7 18.Qh6 c4 19.Rac1 Nf6 20.Qg5 h6 21.Qh4 Qe7 22.f5 Kg7 23.b3= 0.23/19 ]

14...Ra7 0.31/18
[Rybka 3 : 14...b5 15.a4 Ne5 16.axb5 axb5 17.Nxb5 Qb6 18.Nc3 Nbd7 19.Ra1 c4 20.Be3 Qb4 21.Nge2 Nd3 22.Bd4 Rxa1 23.Rxa1 N7c5 24.Bxg7 Kxg7 25.Ra2 Re8= -0.16/19 ]

15.Re2= 0.03/19
[Rybka 3 : 15.Bg5 Qc8 16.Nd1 Re8 17.f3 Ne5 18.b3 Nbd7 19.Nf2 Nf6 20.Qf4 Nfd7 21.Qe3 Nf6 22.Ne2 b5 23.Qf4 Nfd7 0.31/18 ]

15...b5 0.03/18
16.h3= -0.04/22
[Rybka 3 : 16.Nd1 Ne5 17.f3 Nbd7 18.Nf2 h5 19.b3 c4 20.Rc1 Rc7 21.Ree1 Qb8 22.Ne2 Rfc8 23.Be3= 0.03/18 ]

16...Ne5 -0.04/20
17.Bh6 -0.04/20 Bxh6= 0.00/20
[Rybka 3 : 17...Nc4 18.Qc1 Nd7 19.Bxg7 Kxg7 20.f4 Re8 21.e5 dxe5 22.f5 Qh4 23.Nge4 Kg8 24.Ref2 Rf8 25.g3 Qh5 26.d6 Ncb6 27.Qd2 c4= -0.04/20 ]

18.Qxh6 -0.12/19 f6 0.09/18
19.Rc2= -0.12/18
[Rybka 3 : 19.Qe3 Nbd7 20.f4 Nf7 21.Nd1 Qa5 22.a3 Re8 23.Nf2 Qb6 24.Kh2 Rc7 25.Nd3 Qa7 26.Qd2= 0.09/18 ]

19...Re7= 0.12/21
[Rybka 3 : 19...Nbd7 20.b3 Re8 21.Rb1 b4 22.Nd1 a5 23.Qd2 Nf7 24.f4 a4 25.Ne3 Qe7 26.Nc4 Ra6 27.Re1= -0.12/18 ]

20.Nce2= 0.00/19
[Rybka 3 : 20.b3 Nbd7 21.Nce2 Qb6 22.Qe3 Rc8 23.f4= 0.12/21 ]

20...Nbd7= 0.12/19
[Rybka 3 : 20...Qa5 21.b3 Nf7= 0.00/19 ]

21.Qd2= -0.13/20
[Rybka 3 : 21.b3 Qb6 22.Qe3 Rfe8 23.Rd1 Ra8 24.Rb1= 0.12/19 ]

21...Rfe8= 0.12/19
[Rybka 3 : 21...Nc4 22.Qh6 Qa5 23.b3 Na3 24.Rcc1 b4 25.Qd2 Rfe8 26.Nf4 Nb5= -0.13/20 ]

22.Nf4= -0.12/20
[Rybka 3 : 22.b3 Qb6 23.Rd1 a5 24.Nf4 Nf8 25.Nge2 Nf7 26.f3 b4 27.Kh1= 0.12/19 ]

22...Nf8= 0.22/17
[Rybka 3 : 22...Nc4 23.Qe1 Qa5 24.Qxa5 Nxa5 25.b3 Nb7 26.Rb1 Nd8 27.a4 b4 28.h4 Ne5 29.Nf1 Rf8 30.Ng3 Kh8 31.h5= -0.12/20 ]

23.b4= 0.03/18
[Rybka 3 : 23.b3 Qb6 24.Rb1 Nfd7 25.Kh2 Nf7 26.f3 b4 27.Rd1 Qb7 28.Qe3 Qb5= 0.22/17 ]

23...cxb4= 0.20/22
[Rybka 3 : 23...Qb6 24.a4 Nfd7 25.Ne6 cxb4 26.Qxb4 Nd3= 0.03/18 ]

24.Qxb4 0.20/20 h5 0.68/20
[Rybka 3 : 24...Rc7 25.Rfc1 Rxc2 26.Rxc2 Qb6 27.Nge2 Nfd7 28.Nd4 Nc5 29.Nde6 Ned7 30.h4 a5 31.Qd4 a4 32.Qb4 Na6 33.Qe1 Nac5 34.a3 Nf8 35.Qb4 Nfxe6 36.dxe6 Qb8 37.Rd2= 0.20/20 ]

25.a4 0.57/17 Nc4 0.78/19
[Rybka 3 : 25...Qd7 26.axb5 axb5 27.Nge2 f5 28.Ra2 fxe4 29.Qxe4 Rf7 30.Nd4 Nh7 31.Nde6 Nf6 32.Qd4 Qc8 33.Ng5 Rb7 34.Ra6 Qc4 0.57/17 ]

26.axb5 0.55/21 axb5 0.55/19
27.h4 0.40/20 Qd7 0.64/20
[Rybka 3 : 27...Ra7 28.Nfe2 Qa8 29.Nd4 Ra4 30.Qb3 Rb8 31.Nge2 Nd7 32.Nc6 Rb7 33.Ned4 Nde5 34.Ne6 Ra3 35.Qb1 Qa4 36.Rfc1 0.40/20 ]

28.Ra1 0.64/21 Qg4 0.64/21
29.Nfe2 0.70/21 Qxh4 0.70/20
30.Qxb5 0.70/21 Ne5 0.70/20
31.f3 0.60/18 Ned7 0.70/18
32.Qc6 0.69/19 Qg5 0.97/20
[Rybka 3 : 32...f5 33.Qxd6 fxe4 34.Nxe4 Rxe4 35.fxe4 Qxe4 36.Rca2 Re5 37.Rf1 Rxd5 38.Qf4 Qxf4 39.Nxf4 Rd6 40.Raa1 Kg7 41.Rfd1 Rf6 42.Nd5 Re6 43.Ra7 Kh6 44.Kf2 Nc5 0.69/19 ]

33.Qxd6 0.80/19 h4 0.84/16
34.Nf1 0.49/19
[Rybka 3 : 34.Nh1 f5 35.Nf2 fxe4 36.Nxe4 Qe3+ 37.Kh1 Rxe4 38.fxe4 Qxe4 39.Rca2 Re5 40.Ng1 Rxd5 41.Qc7 g5 42.Rf1 Qe8 43.Re2 Qb8 44.Qxb8 Nxb8 45.Re7 Nbd7 46.Rff7 0.84/16 ]

Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: continued:

34...f5 0.55/16
35.Nc3= -0.11/18
[Rybka 3 : 35.Nd4 fxe4 36.f4 Qg4 37.Ne3 Qg3 38.Rc3 h3 39.Ne2 Qh4 40.g3 Qh5 41.Nd4 Rf7 42.Qa3 g5 43.g4 h2+ 44.Kh1 Qh8 45.Nef5 gxf4 0.55/16 ]

35...f4 1.11/17
[Rybka 3 : 35...Ne5 36.Qc5 Nxf3+ 37.Kh1 Nd7 38.Qa7 Nfe5 39.d6 Rf7 40.Nh2 Ref8 41.Qd4 h3 42.Qd5 hxg2+ 43.Rxg2 Qe3 44.exf5 Qxc3 45.fxg6 Qxa1+ 46.Rg1 Qa8= -0.11/18 ]

36.Nb5 0.84/20 Ne5 1.00/18
37.Nd4 0.84/19 h3 0.99/17
38.Nh2 0.34/18
[Rybka 3 : 38.Qb6 Nfd7 39.Qb3 hxg2 40.Rxg2 Qf6 41.Rc1 Rh7 42.Rh2 Rxh2 43.Nxh2 Qg5+ 44.Kh1 Rb8 45.Qc3 Qh4 46.Qe1 Qe7 47.Qd2 Nc5 0.99/17 ]

38...Nc4 0.49/16
39.Qc5= 0.16/19
[Rybka 3 : 39.Qb4 Ne3 40.Re2 Rf7 41.Qd2 Nxg2 42.Kh1 Nd7 43.Ng4 Ne5 44.Ne6 Qh5 45.Nxe5 Qxe5 46.Qb2 0.49/16 ]

39...Ne3 0.25/17
40.Nc6= -0.20/16
[Rybka 3 : 40.Rd2 Nd7 41.Qb5 hxg2 42.Nc2 Rb8 43.Qa6 Rb2 44.Qe2 Nxd5 45.Qxg2 Qxg2+ 46.Rxg2 Nc3 47.Rxg6+ Kf7 48.Rg2 Nf6 49.Nd4 Rxg2+ 50.Kxg2 Ncxe4 51.fxe4 Rxe4 52.Nhf3= 0.25/17 ]

40...Rh7= 0.00/19
[Rybka 3 : 40...Rb7 41.Ng4 Nxg4 42.fxg4 Rxe4 43.d6 Qxc5+ 44.Rxc5 Rb2 45.gxh3 Re3 46.Rac1 Rg3+ 47.Kf1 Rxh3 48.R1c2 Rxc2 49.Rxc2 Rd3 50.Rc4 Rxd6 51.Ne7+ Kg7 52.Rxf4 Ne6 53.Rf2 Rd4 54.Kg2 Rxg4+ 55.Kf3 Ra4= -0.20/16 ]

41.d6 0.00/18 Qf6 0.00/15
42.e5 0.00/18 Qg5 0.00/15
43.Ng4? -1.94/17
[Rybka 3 : 43.Ne7+ Rhxe7 44.dxe7 Nd7 45.Qc8 Qxe7 46.Qa6 Nxc2 47.Qxg6+ Kf8 48.Qxc2 Qxe5 49.Rd1 hxg2 50.Ng4 Qc5+ 51.Qxc5+ Nxc5 52.Kxg2 Ke7 53.Re1+ Ne6 54.Ne5 Rg8+ 55.Kh3 Kf6 56.Ng4+ Ke7 57.Ne5 Kf6 58.Ng4 0.00/15 ]

43...h2+ -1.94/19
44.Kh1 -2.18/18 Nf5 -2.18/16
45.g3?? -6.50/13
[Rybka 3 : 45.Qf2 Nd7 46.Re2 Ng3+ 47.Qxg3 -2.18/16 ]

45...Nxg3+ -4.64/14
46.Kg2 -6.08/14 Qh4 -5.26/14
47.Qc4+ -5.98/13 Kh8? -0.59/18
[Rybka 3 : 47...Ne6 48.Nd4 -5.98/13 ]

48.Qxf4 -0.99/17 Qh3+ -0.59/18
49.Kf2 -0.59/17 h1N+? 1.94/18
[Rybka 3 : 49...h1Q 50.Rxh1 Nxh1+ -0.59/17 ]

50.Kg1 1.74/17 Nd7? 6.46/12
[Rybka 3 : 50...Nh5 51.Qe3 Rc8 52.e6 Qg3+ 53.Rg2 Qxd6 54.e7 Kg8 55.Nge5 Rxe7 56.Nxe7+ Qxe7 57.Kxh1 Re8 58.Re1 Qf6 59.Qg5 Qxg5 60.Rxg5 Kg7 61.Rg4 Ra8 62.Rc4 Ra2 63.Rc7+ Kh6 1.74/17 ]

51.Rh2? -5.07/19
[Rybka 3 : 51.Ne7 Kg7 6.46/12 ]

51...Qxh2+ -5.07/19
52.Nxh2 -5.07/19 Ne2+ -5.07/20
53.Kxh1 -5.07/20 Nxf4 -5.12/19
54.Ra4 -5.13/19 Nxe5? -1.42/25
[Rybka 3 : 54...Rh4 55.Ra1 -5.13/19 ]

55.Nxe5 -1.42/23 Rxe5 -1.42/27
56.Rxf4 -1.42/25 Rd5 -1.26/25
57.Kg1 -1.90/23
[Rybka 3 : 57.Rb4 Rd7 58.Kg2 R7xd6 59.Ng4 Kg7 60.Kg3 Rd7 61.Re4 Rd4 62.Re6 R4d6 63.Re4 Ra7 -1.26/25 ]

57...Rd1+ -1.56/27
58.Nf1 -1.56/25 Rxd6 -1.42/26
59.Kf2 -1.42/24 Re7 -1.26/25
60.Ra4 -1.42/26 Rd3 -1.42/26
61.Ra5 -1.56/26 Kg7 -1.56/27
62.Nh2 -1.56/26 Rf7 -1.56/27
63.Kg3 -1.56/26 Rf5 -1.25/24
64.Ra6 -1.56/25 Kh6 -1.35/26
65.Ra7 -1.56/27 Kg5 -1.56/28
66.Rb7 -1.56/26 Rd1 -0.49/23
[Rybka 3 : 66...Rc3 67.Rb4 Rf8 68.Rg4+ Kh6 69.Ra4 Kg7 70.Kg4 Rfc8 71.Kg3 R8c4 72.Ra5 Rc5 73.Ra7 + -1.56/26 ]

67.Rb4 -1.56/27
[Rybka 3 : 67.f4+ Kf6 68.Ng4+ Ke6 69.Ne5 Rf6 70.Rb5 Rd4 71.Rb6+ Kf5 72.Rb5 Ke4 73.Ng4 Rd3+ 74.Kh4 Rf5 75.Nf2+ Ke3 76.Nxd3 Rxb5 77.Ne5 Kxf4 78.Nxg6+ Kf5 79.Kh5 Kf6+ 80.Kh6 Rb8 81.Kh5 Rg8 82.Nh4 -0.49/23 ]

Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: continued:

67...Rg1+ -1.56/28
68.Kf2 -1.56/26 Ra1 -1.49/27
69.Kg3 -1.49/25 Rfa5 -1.47/25
70.Rg4+ -1.47/26 Kh6 -1.47/28
71.Rb4 -1.47/26 Rg1+ -1.47/28
72.Kf2 -1.48/25 Rh1 -1.47/27
73.Kg3 -1.47/25 Rg1 0.00/35
[Rybka 3 : 73...Kh5 74.Rh4+ Kg5 75.Rg4+ Kf6 76.Rf4+ Rf5 77.Rb4 Rg1+ 78.Kf2 Rc1 79.Ng4+ Kg5 80.Ne3 Rfc5 81.Ke2 Kf6 82.Ng4+ Ke6 83.Kf2 Kf5 84.Kg3 Rg1+ 85.Kh2 -1.47/25 ]

74.Kf2 -1.47/26 Raa1 -1.47/24
75.Rb5 -1.79/27 Rg5 -1.79/26
76.Ng4+ -1.69/26 Kh5 -1.49/24
77.Rb8 -1.79/28 Kh4 -1.79/26
78.Rh8+ -1.79/21 Rh5 -1.79/27
79.Rg8 -1.79/25 Ra2+ -1.79/25
80.Ke3 -1.79/22 Ra6 -1.79/26
81.Kf2 -1.79/27 Kh3 -1.79/27
82.Rg7 -1.79/25 Kh4?= 0.00/33
[Rybka 3 : 82...Rb6 83.Rg8 Rb2+ 84.Ke3 Rb3+ 85.Kd4 Rh4 86.Kd5 Rd3+ 87.Ke4 Rd6 88.Ke3 Rh5 89.Kf2 Rb6 -1.79/25 ]

83.Rg8 -1.71/26 Rb6 -1.71/26
84.Rg7 -1.71/27 Kh3 -1.71/24
85.Rg8 -1.71/23 Kh4?= 0.00/32
[Rybka 3 : 85...Rb2+ 86.Ke3 Rb3+ 87.Kd4 Rh4 88.Kd5 Rd3+ 89.Ke4 Rd6 90.Ke3 Rh5 91.Kf2 Rb6 -1.71/23 ]

86.Rg7 -1.71/26 Rb2+ -1.71/27
87.Ke3 -1.71/25 Rb3+ -1.71/26
88.Kf2 -1.71/24 Rb2+?= 0.00/36
[Rybka 3 : 88...Rb6 89.Rg8 Rb2+ 90.Ke3 Rb3+ 91.Kf2 Rf5 92.Rh8+ Kg5 93.Ne3 Ra5 94.Re8 Ra2+ 95.Kg3 Raa3 96.Kf2 Kf6 97.Re4 Kg7 98.Re7+ Kf8 99.Re4 Kg8 100.Re6 Kf7 -1.71/24 ]

89.Ke3 -1.62/24 Rg5 -1.62/24
90.Nf6 -1.62/23 Kh3 -1.08/25
[Rybka 3 : 90...Rb3+ 91.Kf2 Rf5 92.Rh7+ Kg5 93.Ne4+ Kf4 94.Rh4+ Ke5 95.Nd2 Rd3 96.Ke2 Rc3 97.Kf2 Rc2 98.Ke3 Ra2 99.Re4 + -1.62/23 ]

91.Ne4 -1.08/25 Rb3+ -1.05/23
92.Ke2?? -6.06/17
[Rybka 3 : 92.Kd4 Rg1 93.Ke5 Rb6 94.Kf4 Ra1 95.Rh7+ Kg2 96.Rd7 Ra2 97.Rd8 Rc6 98.Kg4 Re2 99.Ng3 Rb2 100.Ne4 Ra2 101.Re8 -1.05/23 ]

92...Rg2+ -5.97/17
93.Nf2+ -6.02/17 Kh2 -5.95/18

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  Once: It's chess Jim, but not as we know it. What a wonderfully odd game!
Nov-23-09  GreenFacedPatzer: The fifth knight is pretty, but doesn't 49 ... h8=Q achieve the same or better end more simply? After

49 ... h8=Q
50 Rxh8 Nxh8+

Black is up a whole rook, and generally better. Isn't this to be preferred to the game line, which gives black only a R vs N advantage?

Nov-23-09  eric the Baptist: talk about a hard fight! lotta guys now would have settled for a draw at about move 30.
Nov-23-09  GreenFacedPatzer: Ha! From <RandomVisitor>'s enormous second post, it looks like Rybka agrees with me on the boring queen-promotion idea.
Nov-23-09  RandomVisitor: After 92.Kd4! Rg1 93.Rf7 it is difficult for black to make any progress.
Nov-24-09  RandomVisitor: After 92.Kd4 Rg1 93.Rf7:

1: Laszlo Szabo - Borislav Ivkov, Belgrade 11 1964

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Analysis by Rybka 3 :

<[-1.15] d=31 93...Rgb1> 94.Ke5 Rb6 95.Kf4 R6b5 96.Ng5+ 04:21:18 3556496kN, tb=1752818

Apr-17-12  Llawdogg: Wow! What an interesting game!
Apr-17-12  Llawdogg: And thanks to Random Visitor for the excellent analysis!
Sep-04-15  jerseybob: Since there's no mate in the corner, what about 50..Nf5(instead of Nd7)to get the knights back on defense and in some lines threaten a queen swap?
Nov-29-20  jerseybob: <jerseybob: Since there's no mate in the corner, what about 50..Nf5(instead of Nd7)to get the knights back on defense and in some lines threaten a queen swap?> Never mind! That gives up the Ne3 fork. Instead, 50..Nh5, as suggested by both Rybka and Stockfish, looks interesting. But as <GreenFacedPatzer> asked long ago, is the under-promotion on move 49 the best? Both engines think not.
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