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    Published on Dec 12, 2021
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    In this entry I will analyze game number 2 that I played in the Pan American Visual Chess Championship in Colombia.

    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 find the analysis of the first round 1 here

    Unfortunately in this match I had to face one of my teammates; with the white pieces I faced Juan Polanco, a player from my city and that we have had several disputed games for several years. The game started with a French defense and we ended up playing a side line.


    En esta entrada analizaré la partida número 2 que jugué en el Panamericano de Ajedrez visual en Colombia.

    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 ver el análisis de la Ronda 1 aquí

    Desafortunadamente en este match me tocó enfrentar a uno de mis compañeros de equipo; con las piezas blancas enfrenté a Juan Polanco un jugador de mi ciudad y que hemos tenido varias partidas disputadas durante varios años. La partida inicio con una defensa francesa y terminamos jugando una linea un tanto secundaria.

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    You can find this game here

    One of the main difficulties my opponent had was the exchange of his white squared bishop, this pronounced the strong weakness of the point on d5.

    The game turned complicated at the moment I decided to enter a tactical sequence, of course I kept a good position but it was better to keep pressing black's weakness which was "d5". It was not at all necessary to enter the sacrifice. In the video I go deeper into this.

    Uno de los principales inconvenientes que tuvo mi oponente fue el cambio de su alfil de casillas blancas, esto pronuncio la fuerte debilidad del punto en d5.

    La partida tomó un carácter complicado en el momento que decidí entrar en una secuencia táctica, por supuesto me quedé con una posición buena pero era mejor seguir presionando la debilidad del negro que era “d5”. No era para nada necesario entrar en el sacrificio de calidad. En el video profundizo sobre esto.

    A few photos of the round




  • All images were taken with my Xiaomi Redmi note 9 pro phone - the chess puzzles were made of with the chessbase app
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