Monday, 14 July 2014

Classic hack

We've just finished the meeting of the FIDE/ACP Anti-Cheating Committee, and there was just enough time to catch the end of round 2 of the ACP Golden Classic which is being held in Bergamo, Italy. The game that attracted most interest was the Sutovsky v Jobava game, which Sutovsky won with a crushing attack. Jobava certainly did not help his cause, where an offbeat opening resulted in a position where he left his king in the centre. An enterprising knight sacrifice from Sutovsky ripped open the centre and some accurate calculation was enough to finish the game.

Sutovsky,Emil - Jobava,Baadur [B27]
ACP Golden Classic Queenstown, 14.07.2014

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