Monday, September 2, 2013

Kramnik Juara Chess World Cup 2013 Tromsø

Pecatur Russia Vladimir Kramnik akhirnya menjuarai turnamen Piala Dunia Catur / Chess World Cup 2013 yang digelar di Tromsø. Kramnik di babak Final mengalahkan pecatur senegara Dmitry Andreikin dengan score 2.5-1.5 di mana dari empat partai catur yang dimainkan Kramnik memenangkan set pertama dan selebihnya menahan draw Andreikin. Berikut partai babak final Piala Dunia catur dengan link ke :

D58 Queen's Gambit Declined, Tartakower
D37 Queen's Gambit Declined
D45 Queen's Gambit Declined Semi-Slav
A36 English

Dengan kemenangan ini Kramnik mengukuhkan kelayakan dirinya untuk tampil di turnamen kandidat penantang catur 2014, di mana susunan pemain yang 'boleh' ikut adalah:

1. Yang kalah / loser dari partai Magnus Carlsen vs Anand, bulan November 2013
2. Vladimir Kramnik - lolos melalui rating dan juara Piala Dunia 2013
3. Dmitry Andreikin - lolos melalui Piala Dunia 2013
4. Levon Aronian - lolos melalui rating
5. Sergey Karjakin - lolos melalui rating
6. Veselin Topalov - lolos melalui Grand Prix 2012/2013, sebagai pemenang Grand Prix
7. pemenang kedua Grand Prix (saat ini Mamedyarov paling tinggi nilainya, disusul Grischuk dan Caruana)
8. undangan dari panitia , musti pecatur berating 2725 ke atas

Finally Vladimir Kramnik won the final match against Dmitry Andreikin in 2013 Chess World Cup final, and claimed the first prize on that tournament. This is Kramnik first World Cup title and he reach the title in very strong style, undefeated on all seven round (in Knock Out system!).

Memorable games from 2013 Chess World Cup:

Morozevich vs Tomashevsky 0-1 Round 4 tie break B13 Caro-Kann, Exchange - the rise of Tomahawsky fame, in the rapid tie break of round 4, Morozevich is on the edge of qualified, but Tomashevsky put the upset of the round. Morozevich was simply out of patience in the equal closed position and opted to fight in open field, then lost.

Grischuk vs Le Quang Liem 1-0 Round 3 A15 English - Le Quang Lim already won the first classical games, but Alexander Grischuk force a brutal long exhausting endgame that Le Quang Liem failed to defend. Le Quang Liem will then win the round in tie break.

Wei Yi vs Shirov 1-0 Round 2 B90 Sicilian, Najdorf - unexpected won by youngest player in World Cup, Wei Yi over Shirov. Garry Kasparov said in the Skype interview that he did not prepared to see this young player beating Shirov in Najdorf Sicilian. Wei Yi later only stopped by Mamedyarov in rapid games, where Mamedyarov is World Rapid champion to said so.

Teimour Radjabov vs Jorge Cori Round 1 - the only unpleasant drama in this World Cup. Jorge Cori was given a zero-tolerance condition when he arrived late in the rapid games tie break. A communication misunderstanding was the cause on that situation. Radjabov duly won the remaining games and advanced.

Alexander Shimanov vs Gata Kamsky 1-0 Round 2 C33 King's Gambit Accepted - fans of King's Gambit rejoice. Gata Kamsky is the black recipient of Shimanov's must win with white situation on round 2. Luckily, Kamsky then qualified on tie break round, but the King's Gambit on World Cup was just cool.

Anish Giri vs Julio Granda Zuniga 0-1 Round 3 A55 Old Indian, Main line - Julio Granda played the comeback of the round by defeating opponents almost twice his age on round 3. Forcing the match to went tie break which Granda won.

Daniil Dubov vs Ponomariov 1-0 Armageddon A01 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack - the only Armageddon round on World Cup. Ponomariov allowed himself eight draws against young Dubov from Russia. He then lost in the Armageddon games when Dubov shock the online kibitzer with 1.b3.

Anton Korobov vs Kramnik ½-½ Round 5 E30 Nimzo-Indian, Leningrad - Anton Korobov out of nowhere defeated Nakamura and become the talk of the round. Kramnik then need to face Korobov in the match where the only moment he ever in the theoretical lost position, in the whole tournament. Korobov blundered and Kramnik went through by 1.5-0.5 point. 

See the full complete 2013 Chess World Cup Result here:
Review on Kramnik's performance and road to 2013 Chess World Cup Tromso is here:

Vladimir Kramnik statistic on 2013 Chess World Cup - undefeated in 22 games, including rapids

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