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Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Video Kosteniuk - Polgar 1-0



Dear Friends!

I just managed to get hold of the video of all of my games of the last World Chess Blitz Championship in Moscow. I was very successful and won several nice games against World Champion Vishy Anand (also World Rated #3), World Rated #1 Magnus Carlsen, World Rated #5 Levon Aronian, World Rated #6 Gashimov, World Rated #10 Grischuk, World Rated #11 Morozevich, and several other top players such as Arkadij Naiditsch, Vladislav Naiditsch, and Women's World Rated #1 Judith Polgar.

I am preparing a commented blitz DVD with 15 of my best games, including games I drew and games I lost, which should prove very instructive and entertaining. I will let you know when it's ready.

For now, I will present to you many of those games in their raw, uncommented state, so that you can see them without delay.

If you have any questions, please feel to
write me an email.

Very best chess wishes to you!
Alexandra Kosteniuk
Women's World Chess Champion
Much more chess on www.chessblog.com and chess videos on www.tubechess.com




P.S. Here is the PGN file for this game:

[Event "World Blitz Championship 2009"]

[White "Kosteniuk, Alexandra"]

[Black "Polgar, Judit"]

[Result "1-0"]


1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 e6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nxd4 a6 5. Nc3 Nc6 6. Be2 Qc7 7. O-O b5 8. Re1 Bb7 9. Nxc6 dxc6 10. Bf3 Bd6 11. g3 Ne7 12. Qe2 Be5 13. Bg2 c5 14. Be3 Bd4 15. Nd1 O-O 16. c3 Bxe3 17. Nxe3 Rad8 18. a4 c4 19. axb5 axb5 20. Nc2 Rd7 21. Nd4 Qb6 22. e5 Bxg2 23. Kxg2 Nc6 24. Nf3 Rd3 25. Qe4 h6 26. Ra2 Rfd8 27. Rea1 Qc5 28. Ra6 Ne7 29. Ra8 g6 30. R1a7 Qc6 31. Rxd8+ Rxd8 32. Qh4 Rd3 33. Qf6 Rd7 34. Rxd7 Qxd7 35. Nd4 b4 36. h4 h5 37. Qf3 bxc3 38. bxc3 Qc7 39. Qe4 Nd5 40. Ne2 Qc5 41. Qb1 Ne7 42. Qb8+ Kg7 43. Qd6 Qxd6 44. exd6 Nc6 45. d7 Kf6 46. Nd4 Nd8 47. Nb5 Ke7 48. Na3 Kxd7 49. Nxc4 f6 50. Kf3 Kc6 51. Ke4 Kc5 52. Kd3 Nc6 53. Ne3 Ne5+ 54. Ke4 Nf7 55. Kd3 Nd6 56. Nc2 e5 57. Ne3 g5 58. Ke2 Ne4 59. c4 Nd6 60. Nd5 Ne8 61. Ne3 Kd4 62. Nf5+ Kxc4 63. g4 Nc7 64. gxh5 Ne6 65. h6 Nf8 66. hxg5 fxg5 67. Kf3 Kd3 68. Kg4 Ke2 69. Kxg5 Kxf2 70. Kf6 e4 71. Kf7 Nh7 72. Kg6 Nf8+ 73. Kg7 Ne6+ 74. Kf6 Nf8 75. Nd4 e3 76. Kg7 Ne6+ 77. Nxe6 e2 78. Nf4 1-0

4 Comments:

  • At December 30, 2009 at 10:08 PM , Blogger Dave Hogg said...

    Beating Anand, Polgar and Carlsen has to make for a pretty satisfying tournament.

     
  • At March 2, 2010 at 3:32 AM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

    it was a very beautiful chess you played against polgad,judit. congratulation !

     
  • At June 8, 2010 at 6:36 AM , Anonymous gerd eduard wilsdorf said...

    liebe alexandra herzlichen glückwunsch zu dieser partie gegen judit..hat mir gefallen weiterhin alles gute und noch viel erfolg wünsch dir ,,gerd wilsdorf aus berlin.

     
  • At February 16, 2011 at 12:51 AM , Blogger Mark said...

    I haven't played tournament or blitz chess in almost 30 years, as I have had too many responsibilities. I just happened to find your site and came across this very enjoyable video. Thank you for sharing it! It reminded me of the fun I had playing chess as a teenager- I always enjoyed the once a month blitz chess tournament at my local chess club. For me, a well-played game between 2 good players is always fun to watch. Of course, these 2 are among the world's best. Thank you! From Indiana, USA

     

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