Soluciones Mario G.García (finales)

Diag.1 Mario Guido García

Original  E.G., 2010–Ganan

wKe5,Ne8,Ba4,Pa5,h5/bKg1,Nf5,Rh3,Pg5

 Solución:

1.a6+ [1.Ad7?+ Txh5 2.Axf5 Th4 3.Ad7+ Th1 4.a6+ Rf2+ 5.Cc7 Ta1+ 6.Rf5 Re3 7.Rxg5 Rd3=] 1…Ta3 [1…Ce3 2.a7+ Cc4 3.Rd5+ Ta3 4.h6+ Txa4 5.h7+-] 2.Rxf5+ Txa4 3.Cc7+ g4 4.h6+ g3 5.h7+ Th4 6.a7+ Txh7 7.a8D+ Txc7 [7…g2 8.Ce6+ Rh2 9.Da2 Rh1 10.Dd5 Rh2 11.Cg5 g1D 12.Cf3+ Rg3 13.Dg8+-] 8.Da1 Rh2 9.Dh8+ Rg2 10.Df6 Tc5+ 11.Rf4 Tc4+ 12.Re3 Tc2 13.Df3+ Rh2 14.Dh5+ Rg2 15.Dd5+-

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Diag 2 Mario Guido García

Original  E.G., 2007–Ganan

wKg3,Bb5,Rf4,Pe7/bKe8,Nd5,Pd2,d7

 Solución:

1.Te4 [1.Td4? d1D+ 2.Txd1 Cc3 3.Txd7 (3.Axd7+ Rxe7 4.Td3 Ce4 5.Rf4 Cc5=) 3…Cxb5 4.Td5 Cc7=] 1…d1D+ 2.Axd7+ Rxd7+ 3.e8D+ Rd6+ 4.De6+ Rc5+ 5.Dc8+ Rb6+ 6.Te6+ Rb5+ 7.Dc6+ Rb4+ 8.Te4+ Ra3+ 9.Da6+ Rb2+ 10.Te2+ Rc3+ 11.Da5+ Rd3+ 12.Db5+ Rd4+ [12…Rc3+ 13.Db2+ Rd3+ 14.Rf2 Dh1 15.Td2+ Re4 16.Dd4+ Rf5 17.Dxd5+ Dxd5 18.Txd5++-] 13.Db2+ Rc5+ 14.Tc2+ Rd6+ 15.Db8+ Re7+ [15…Re6+ 16.De8+ Ce7+ 17.Tc6++-] 16.Db7+ Rf6+ 17.Tc6+ Rg5+ 18.Dg7+ Rf5+ 19.Dg6+ Re5+ 20.Dg5+ Rd4+ [20…Re4+ 21.Tc4++-] 21.Rf2 Re4 22.Tc4+ Rd3 23.Dxd5# –

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 Diag 3 Mario Guido García

Original  E.G.- 2008.-–Ganan
Blancas: Ra1-a7-Te7-Tf7 (4) Negras: a3-a5-Rd3-Tg2-g7-Th2 (6)

Solución:
1.Tf3,Rd4; 2.Te4,Rc5; 3.Tf5,Rd6; 4.Td5,Rc7; 5.Te7,Rb6; 6.Te6,Rc7; 7.a8=C,Rc8; 8.Tc6,Rb8; 9.Td8,Rb7; 10.Tc7,Ra6; 11.Td6,Rb5; 12.Tb6,Ra4; 13.Tc4++

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 Diag 4 Mario Guido García

Original   E.G.- 2008.--Tablas
Blancas: Ca5-Te2-Re4 (3) Negras: a3-Tb1-Ac8-Rd8-e3 (5)

 Solución :

1. Cc6, Rd7; 2. Cd4, Ab7; 3. Re5, Td1 ; 4. Ta2, Td3 ; 5. Ta1, Ad5 ; 6. Rd5, e2 ; 7. Rc4, Td1 ; 8. Ce2, Ta1 ; 9. Rb3, Te1 ; 10. Cd4, Td1 ; 11. Cc2, Td3 ; 12. Ra2, Td2 ; 13 ; Rb1, a2 ; 14. Ra1, Rd6 ; 15. Cb4, Rc5 ; 16. Ca2, Rc4 ; 17. Rb1, Rb3 ; 18. Cc1, Ra3 ; 19. Ra1 =.

 Variantes: a) 5…, Ac6 ; 6. Ce2 =; b) 14…, Tc2 ahogado.

 Aparentes: A) En 2. Ce5?, Re8 ; 3. Cc4, Ag4 ; 4. Ca3, Tb4 ; 5. Rd3, Tb3 +-.

 B) En 3. Re3?, Ad5; 4. Cc2, a2 -+.C) En b) 4. Cb3?, Ad5; 5. Cc1, Tc1; 6. Rd5, Rc7 -+. D.1) En 5. Ce2 ?, Ad5 ; 6. Ta1, a2 -+. D.2) En 5. Te2 ?, Aa6; 6. Ta2, Ac4 -+.   E) En 10. Cc3 ?!, Te3 ; 11. Rb4, Re6; 12. Ca2, Re5; 13. Cc3, Rf5; 14. Rc4, Rg4 -+.

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Diag 5 Mario Guido García

Original  E.G.- 2009.-Ganan
Blancas: a3-b2-Rb6-d3-Ce8-h2-h6 (7)  Negras: a6-Rb3-d4-f3-h3-h7 (6)

 Solución:

A) 1. Cf6, Rc2 ; 2. Cg4, Rd3 ; 3. Rc5, Re2 (3…, Re4 ; 4. Rc4, d3; 5. Rc3 +-); 4. Rd4, f2; 5. Cf2, Rf2; 6. b4, Rg2; 7. Re3, Rh2; 8. Rf2, Rh1; 9. Rg3, h2; 10. Rf2, a5; 11. a4, axb; 12. a5 +-. (Nota: Trasposición: En 5. Ce3, f1=D; 6. Cf1, Rf1; 7. b4, Rg2 ; 8. Re3, Rh2 ; 9. Rf2 , etc. ident.) Aparente:  1. Cd6 ?, Rc2 ; 2. Cf5, Rb2 ; 3. Ra6, f2 ; 4. Cg3, Ra3; 5. Rb5, Rb3; 6. Rc5, Rc3; 7. Ce4, Rd3; 8. Cf2, Re3 =.

 B) 1. Cf6, Rb2 ; 2. Ce4, Rc2 ; (2…, Ra3 ; 3. Ra6, Rb3 ; 4. Rb5, Rc2 ; 5. Rc4, Rd1 ; 6. Rd4 +-) 3. Cf2, Rd2; 4. Ra6, Re3; 5. Ch3, Rd3; 6. Rb5, Re3; 7. Rc4, d3 ; 8. Rc3, d2 ; 9. Rc2, Re2 ; 10. Cg1, Re3 ; 11. Cf3 +-. Aparente : En  2. Cg4?, Ra3; 3. Ra6, Rb3; 4. Rb5, Rc3 ; 5. Cf2, Rd2; 6. Rc4, Re2; 7. Ch3, Re3 =.

 C)  1. Cf6, f2 ; 2. Ce4, f1=C ; 3. Cf2 +-. Por ej 3…, Ch2 4. Ra6, Cf3; 5. Ch3, Rb2; (5…, Ce5; 6. Cf4, Rc2; 7. b4/Rb5 +-) 6. a4, Rc2; 7. Cf4, Ce5 ; 8. Rb5 Cd3 ; 9. Ce2/e6 +-.

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Diag 6 Mario Guido García

Original.-E.G.-“Dedicado a J. Roicroff” 2009.- Ganan
Blancas: Rd5-Cd7-Ce6-Th7 (4)  Negras: Ra6-Cb8-De1-g5-h6 (5)

Solución:

1. Cdc5, Ra5; 2. Ta7, Rb6; 3. Tb7, Ra5; 4. Cb3, Ra4; 5. Cec5, Ra3; 6. Ta7, Ca6; 7. Ta6, Rb4; 8. Ta4, Rb5; 9. Cd4, Rb6; 10. Ta6, Rc7; 11. Ta7, Rd8; 12. Cc6, Re8; 13. Ta8, Rf7; 14. Ce5, Re7; 15. Ta7, Rf8; 16. Ce6, Re8; 17. Ta8, Re7; 18. Cc6, Rf7; 19. Tf8, Tg6; 20. Ce5, Rh7; 21. Tf7, Rh8; 22. Cg6, Rg8; 23. Tg7 #.

Variantes: a) en 4…, Ra6; 5. Cec5 #; b) en 8…, Rc3; 9. Tc4, Rb2; 10. Cd3 +-; c) 11…, Rb8; 12. Cc6, Rc8; 13. Ta8, Rc7; 14. Ce6, Rb6; 15. Tb8, Ra6; 16. Cc5/c7 #; d) en 15…, Re8; 16. Re6, Rd8; 17. Ca6, De4; (17…, Rc8; 18. Tc7, Rd8; 19. Tb7 +-) 18. Tg7, Rc8; 19. Tg8, Rb7; 20. Cc5 +-; e) en 20…, Rh5; 21. Cg7, Rh4; 22. Cf3 +-.

Aparentes: a) en 8. Cd3?, Rb5; 9. Ce1, Ra6 = (no es posible “Troitski”); b) en 12. Cce6?, Re8; (12. Cde6?, Re8; 13. Ce4, Dd1/Dh1 =) 13. Cf5, Dd2; 14. Ced4, Rd8; (14. Re5?, Db2 =) 15. Re6, De1; 16. Rf6, Df1 =; c) en 17. Cd4?, Db1 =.

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 Diag. 7 Mario G. Garcia-(Arg.) Iuri Akobia (Georgia)

-3p. «Osintsev 50 JT».- 2010.- Ganan

wKe1,Rb1,e7,Pb4/bKc6,Nd6,Bd4,Pa4,d7,e3

 Solución:

1.Tc1+! [1.Re2!? Thematic try 1…a3! (1…Cb5? not 2.Tc1+ Rb6 3.Txd7 main thematic line) 2.Tc1+ Rb5 /Kb6 and easy draw=] 1…Rb6! [1…Rb5 2.Txd7 Ab2 3.Tcc7 Aa3 4.Re2+-] 2.Txd7 [2.Re2? Also is wrong: 2…a3=] 2…Cb5 3.Re2! [3.Td8!? The try There is «a study in a study». BTM, Black wins: 3…Ae5 4.Tc5 Ad6 5.Tc4 a3 6.Ta8 Cc7! 7.Txa3 Rb5 8.Tac3 Cd5 9.Tc5+ (9.Tc1 Cf4! 10.Rf1 e2+=) 9…Rxb4 10.T3c4+ (10.Txd5 or also 10…Ag3+=) 10…Rb3 11.Tc6 Ab4+ 12.Re2 Ce7 draws] 3…a3 4.Rd3! [4.Th1!? Thematic try 4…Rc6! (4…Ae5? not 5.Th6+ Cd6 6.Tdxd6+ Axd6 7.Txd6+ Rb5 8.Td8+-) 5.Td8 a2 6.Ta8 a1D 7.Taxa1 Axa1 8.Txa1 Rd5! 9.Rd3 e2 10.Tc1 Cd4!=] 4…Ab2 5.Tg1!! important choice of the move by wR [5.Th1!? Thematic try 5…Rc6! 6.Td8 a2 7.Ta8 Ca3! 8.Ta5 Rb6 9.Th6+ Rb7 Kc7 10.Tf5 a1D 11.Tf7+ Rb8 /Kc8/Ka8 and Black’s win, because impossible Rh8 such in line 6/\a2 (see below)] 5…Rc6 6.Td8 e2! [6…a2 7.Ta8 Ca3 8.Ta5 Rb6 9.Tg6+ Rb7 10.Tf5! a1D 11.Tf7+ Rb8 12.Tg8#] 7.Rxe2 Cc7! to get on a6 8.Td2 Rb5 9.Rd3! [9.Tg5+? Rxb4 10.Rd1 Ac3 11.Tc2 Ab2 12.Th2 Ce6 13.Tg8 (13.Txb2+ axb2=) 13…a2 14.Txb2+ Ra3 15.Txa2+ Rxa2 16.Rc2 Ra3=] 9…Ca6 [9…Rxb4 10.Rc2 Ce6 11.Tg4+ Rc5 12.Rb3 Cd4+ 13.Ra2+-] 10.Tg5+ The Black interfer e with a strong move Nxb4 compelling to capture a pawn the wK – 10…Rxb4 11.Tg6 Cc5+ 12.Rc2 a2 13.Tg4+ Rb5 14.Rxb2 a1D+ 15.Rxa1 Cb3+ 16.Rb2 Cxd2 17.Rc3+-

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 Diag. 8) Mario G. Garcia (Argentina) –Iuri Akobia (Georgia)

1P.»Olimpiya Duniasi 2010″-Ganan

wKh1,Nf6,Rf5,Pa5/bKf7,Nd3,Bb4,Pf3,g3

 Solución:

1.Ce4+! [1.Ch5+? Re6 2.Cxg3 (2.Txf3 g2+ 3.Rh2 Ce1=) 2…Cc5! 3.Rh2 Rd7=] 1…Re6 2.Txf3 g2+! 3.Rg1! [3.Rh2!? The try 3…Rd5 4.Cf6+ Rc4 5.Tf5 Cc5 6.Ce4 (6.Rg1 Axa5=) 6…Cxe4 7.a6 Ad6+ (Bc3)=] 3…Rd5 4.Cf6+ Rc4 5.Tf5 Cc5 6.Ce4!! Cxe4 7.a6 Ac3 8.Tc5+!! Cxc5 9.a7 Ce6 [9…Cd3 main 10.Rxg2!+- (10.a8D? Ce1=) ] 10.a8D Cf4 11.Da4+ Ab4 12.Rh2!+- Memorable study with interesting play. Black’s counter play is good. Very attractive are white sacrifices and the wK’s moves.

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 Diag. 9) Mario G. Garcia-(Arg.) Iuri Akobia  (Georgia)

HM T. Gorgiev 100 M.T. -Ganan

wKd2,Nh5,Re2,Ph7/bKf7,Ba8,h8,Pa6,a7,d6

 Solución:

1.Re3 [1.Cg3? Ac6 2.Cf5 Rf6 3.Tf2 (3.Cd4? Ad5 4.Te8 Rg7 5.Te7+ Rg6=; 3.Cxd6? a5 4.Tf2+ Rg6=) 3…Aa4 4.Cxd6+ Rg6 5.Cf7 Rxh7 6.Th2+ Rg7 7.Cxh8 a5 8.Rc3 Ac6=] 1…Rg6 2.Cf4+ [2.Th2? Ac6 3.Cf4+ Rg7 4.Ce6+ Rg6 5.Cf4+ Rg7=] 2…Rxh7 3.Th2+ Rg8 [3…Rg7 4.Tc2 d5 5.Tc8 d4+ 6.Rf2 Ah1 7.Rg1 Af3 (7…Ae4 8.Ce6+ Rf6 9.Cc5 Ac2 /g7 10.Txh8 /Ce4+-) 8.Ce6+ Rf7 /f6 9.Cg5+ /d4+-] 4.Tc2 Ab7 5.Tc7 Ah1 6.Tc8+ Rg7 7.Tc1 Aa8 8.Tc7+ Rh6 9.Tc8+-

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