The Last Blunder


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    Published on Dec 22, 2021
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    The fifth round of the Panamerican was coming, after an interesting victory in the 4th game I recovered psychologically and was quite encouraged to play, the championship was in its final stage, in a Swiss tournament it is very important to achieve good results in the final games because the final ranking depends largely on this, the tension was growing, I had to score.

    I wrote an article describing the performance of my Venezuela team in this important championship, you can take a look at the following Link.

    You can follow these links to see the analysis of the round 1 and round 2 , round 3 and round 4


    La quinta ronda del panamericano se acercaba, luego de una interesante victoria en el 4to match me recuperé psicológicamente y estaba bastante animado para jugar, el campeonato estaba en su etapa final, en un torneo suizo es mu importante lograrar buenos resultados en las partidas finales pues la clasificatorio final depende en gran medida de esto, la tensión seguia creciendo, había que rematar.

    Escribí un articulo detallando como fue la actuación de mi equipo Venezuela en este importante campeonato, puedes darle un vistazo en el siguiente Link.

    Puedes seguir estos enlaces para ver el análisis de la ronda 1, ronda 2 , ronda 3 y de la ronda 4

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    You can find this game here

    The game started and the contest began with 1)Nf3 a very flexible opening that can transpose to English opening schemes and even to queenside pawn structures, I developed my game in the best possible way and it was quite interesting because we did not follow such a theoretical variation, in fact much of the match was a creative display by both sides.

    In a very early stage of the game I tried to dominate the center but my opponent very aggressively prevented it by sacrificing a pawn, I had the material advantage but he had the initiative and it was quite complicated to materialize the advantage; it was at the last moment when White made a blunder and so I got the victory, in the video I analyze in detail this situation.

    La partida dio inicio y empezó la contienda con 1)Cf3 una apertura bastante flexible que puede transponer a esquemas de la apertura inglesa e incluso a estructuras de peón dama, yo desarrollé mi juego de la mejor manera posible y fue bastante interesante pues no seguimos una variante tan teórica, de hecho gran parte del match fue un despliegue creativo por ambos bandos.

    En una etapa muy temprana de la partida intenté dominar el centro pero mi rival muy agresivamente lo impidió pero sacrificando un peón, yo tenia la ventaja material pero el tenia la iniciativa y fue bastante complicado materializar la ventaja; fue en el ultimo momento cuando las blancas comenten un error garrafal y asi me hice con la victoria, en el video analizo en detalle esta situación.

    IMG_20211201_091613.jpg This is me playing the round 5

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