Friday, June 24, 2011
We are all very proud of the imprimateur of NM Peter Radomsky (click red for web-link), who very kindly prepared the game record ready for publicaton at our blog. Peter ranks 415th out of 46,161 USCF members nationally, or an even more impressive figure, ranking 15th out of 815 rated players in the state of New Jersey. Notice how he demonishes his opponent, Candidate Master Lev Zilbermintz, who while also very much at times a most forminable force, falls ill to Peter by his preturnatural yearning for the idiosyncratic!
Radomskyj,Peter (2261) - Zilbermintz,Lev (2113) [A04]
West Orange Chess Club Double Round Rob (5), 17.05.2011
Hippopatamus Defence 1.Nf3 f6 This is not a typo 2.e4 e6 3.d4 b6 4.Bd3 Bb7 5.0-0 g6 6.c4 Bg7 7.Nc3 Ne7 8.Be3 d6 9.e5! dxe5 10.dxe5 f5 11.Ng5 Qc8 12.f4 h6 13.Nf3 Nd7 14.b4 a6 15.Nd4 Nf8 16.c5 Nc6 17.Nxc6 Bxc6 18.a4 Qb7 19.b5! axb5 20.axb5 Rxa1? 21.bxc6!! Rxd1 22.cxb7 Rxf1+ 23.Kxf1 Nd7 24.Bb5 Ke7 25.c6 Nb8 26.Bxb6! Kd8 27.Ba7 Ke7 28.Na4 Rd8 29.Nc5 Rd1+ 30.Ke2 Rb1 31.Bxb8 Rxb5 32.Bxc7 Bf8 33.Bd6+ Kf7 34.c7 Bxd6 35.exd6 Rxc5 36.c8Q 1-0
Since this game stands on its owns so well, we will wait a few days till we furnish Peters second game, equally impressively and therefore shown seperately.
[Peter wishes to correct the error in our recent post, 'Next Up, and Spring Results'. He did not win his section in its entirety, but tied with Juan for 1st. Now let us also extend our congratulations to Juan also! Thank you Peter.]