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Round 4 of the Arab Elite Chess Championship 2011: 3 players share the lead, Fadi drew with AlModiahki

Who’s attacking who? It is the typical question where a lot of spectors were asking themselves when watching the board 1 game between the 2 young arab Grandmasters Ahmad Adly (White) and Salem AbdelRahman. Salem tried to get profit from Ahmad’s king in the center, opened lines and ranks for his rooks, diagonals for his bishops. But Ahmad defended very well and won a pawn. When Salem exchanged queens, his rook infiltrated to Ahmad’s 2nd rank. Again a heroic defense and exchange of the invader were 2 of the elements of Ahmad’ strategy.

A few inaccuracies from Salem enabled Ahmad to win another pawn, and the only way for Black to stop 2 white passed pawns from promoting was: to resign.

This win over Salem enabled Adly to share the lead with him. And not to let them feel lonely, Sami Khader joined them by beating, using the Black pieces Zendan Zendani. The later, in order to secure his king, sacrificed the exchange, entered en ending where he succeeded in forming a fortress. But time trouble was looming, and a mistake by White enabled Black to create a passed pawn on the queen side, which was more than enough for Sami to collect the point.

A solid defense was the title of the strategy adopted by Fadi Eid, as Black, when facing the Reti Opening of the GM Mohamad ElModiahki. A very interesting Black setup was on board: a double fianchetto , a counter-play on the queen side to shake a little bit the balance of White and finally some exchanges , to reach an opposite color bishops and the peace agreement was signed.

The peace was also signed on board 4 between Mohamad Tisir (White) and  Atallah Tamra. But the final position was wining for Black!! Even before the final move, it was also winning:

A passed pawn on the white 2nd rank, plus a rook there , are more than enough to win. White played here 38 Qe4, and Black replied with 38..Qb2 (Rxg2 wins more quickly) 39 Qe1 Qd4 40 Qg3 Qd3 (again Rxg2 wins) to reach the final position:

After 49 Qd8+ Kh7 50 Qf6 Rh1+! 51 KxR c1=Q+ 52 Kh2 Qc7 extra queen is an extra queen.

Board 5 game was a one-side game, where Hussein Ayyad (White) played very aggressively against Badr elHageri  uncastled king, where the former dominated the dark squares around the Black king. The final position deserves a diagram:

The Black king will be mated soon. I will let you calculate in how many moves. Black resigned.

Board 6 witnessed another attacking game. Kamel Nijli , as White, concentrated all his forces on the king side of Rashid Yaqoub, where the later succumbed at the end:  a mate was threatening and  a loss of material was inevitable to avoid it.

A strong defense by Samir Mohamad, as Black, was adopted against Sabar Daouda. The later tried to attack, but in vain. Samir collected 3 pawns which were more than enough to force Daouda to resign.

Round 4 results:

Bo.   Name Rtg Result   Name Rtg
1 GM Adly Ahmed 2605 1 – 0 GM Salem A R  Saleh 2489
2 IM Al-Zendani Zendan 2396 0 – 1 IM Khader Sami 2416
3 GM Al-Modiahki Mohamad 2564 ½ – ½ IM Eid Fadi 2381
4 IM Tissir Mohamed 2454 ½ – ½   Tamra Attallah 2090
5 FM Ayyad Husain 2206 1 – 0   Al-Hageri Badr 2130
6 FM Njili Kamel 2329 1 – 0   Yaaqoub Rashid 2102
7   Daouda Sabar Ousmane 2097 0 – 1 FM Mohammad Samir 2349

Standing after Round 4:

Rk.   Name FED Rtg Pts.
1 GM Adly Ahmed EGY 2605 3
2 IM Khader Sami JOR 2416 3
3 GM Salem A R  Saleh UAE 2489 3
4 IM Eid Fadi LIB 2381 2.5
5 FM Ayyad Husain BRN 2206 2.5
6 FM Mohammad Samir SYR 2349 2
7 GM Al-Modiahki Mohamad QAT 2564 2
8 FM Njili Kamel TUN 2329 2
9   Tamra Attallah PLE 2090 2
10 IM Al-Zendani Zendan YEM 2396 2
11 IM Tissir Mohamed MAR 2454 2
12   Yaaqoub Rashid SUD 2102 1
13   Al-Hageri Badr KUW 2130 1
14   Daouda Sabar Ousmane MTN 2097 0

Round 4 games:

(1) Adly,Ahmed (2605) – Salem,A R  Saleh (2489)

 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nf3 Bg7 4.Nc3 d5 5.Bg5 dxc4 6.e3 Be6 7.Ne5 Nd5 8.Nxc4 0–0 9.Rc1 Na6 10.e4 Nxc3 11.bxc3 f5 12.exf5 Rxf5 13.h4 Qf8 14.Qd2 Qf7 15.Ne3 Ra5 16.d5 Bd7 17.h5 Nc5 18.Rh4 h6 19.hxg6 Qxg6 20.Bxe7 Re8 21.d6 cxd6 22.Bxd6 Be6 23.c4 Qg5 24.Bxc5 Rxc5 25.Re4 Rd8 26.f4 Qh4+ 27.Qf2 Qxf2+ 28.Kxf2 Bf7 29.Re7 Rd2+ 30.Kf3 Ra5 31.Rxb7 Ra3 32.Rb8+ Kh7 33.Rb3 Raxa2 34.Bd3+ Kg8 35.g4 Rab2 36.Rb1 Rxb1 37.Bxb1 Rb2 38.Rxb2 Bxb2 39.c5 Kf8 40.Nf5 Be6 41.c6 Ke8 42.Nxh6 a5 43.f5 Bd5+ 44.Be4 Bc4 45.g5 a4 46.c7 Kd7 47.Bc6+ Kxc7 48.Bxa4 Kd6 49.Bc2 Ke7 50.Ng4 Kf7 51.Be4 Kf8 52.Ne3 Ba6 53.Bd5 Ke7 54.Bc4 Bb7+ 55.Kg4 Bc8 56.Nd5+ Kd6 57.Nb6 1–0

(2) Al-Zendani,Zendan (2396) – Khader,Sami (2416)

 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 e6 3.c4 d5 4.cxd5 exd5 5.Nc3 Bb4 6.Qa4+ Nc6 7.Ne5 0–0 8.Nxc6 Bxc3+ 9.bxc3 bxc6 10.Bf4 Bd7 11.Qa5 Rc8 12.e3 Nh5 13.Be5 f6 14.Bg3 f5 15.Be2 Qg5 16.Bxh5 Qxh5 17.Be5 f4 18.exf4 Qg6 19.0–0 Bh3 20.g3 Qd3 21.f3 Bxf1 22.Rxf1 Rf7 23.Qxa7 Qxc3 24.Qb7 Rd8 25.Qb3 Qxb3 26.axb3 Rb8 27.Rb1 Kf8 28.g4 g6 29.Kf2 Ke8 30.b4 Kd7 31.Kg3 Rb6 32.Kh4 Ra6 33.Rb3 Ra2 34.h3 Rc2 35.Kg5 Rg2 36.Bf6 Rh2 37.h4 Ke6 38.Re3+ Kd7 39.Rb3 Ke6 40.Be5 Rg2 41.Rc3 Kd7 42.b5 cxb5 43.Rxc7+ Ke8 44.Rc8+ Kd7 45.Rc5 b4 46.Rxd5+ Kc6 47.Rd6+ Kb5 48.Rd8 Rb7 49.Rc8 b3 50.Rc1 b2 51.Rb1 Kc4 52.d5 Kxd5 53.h5 gxh5 54.Kxh5 Rf2 55.Kg5 Ke6 56.Bd4 Rd2 57.f5+ Kf7 58.Be5 Re2 59.Bd4 Rb4 60.Bh8 Rh2 61.f6 Rb5+ 62.Kf4 Rc2 0–1

(3) Al-Modiahki,Mohamad (2564) – Eid,Fadi (2381)

 1.b3 Nf6 2.Bb2 e6 3.e3 b6 4.Nf3 Bb7 5.Be2 g6 6.c4 Bg7 7.Nc3 0–0 8.0–0 Ne4 9.d4 Nxc3 10.Bxc3 d6 11.Nd2 Nd7 12.Bf3 Qc8 13.Rc1 e5 14.b4 exd4 15.exd4 c5 16.Ne4 Bxe4 17.Bxe4 Rb8 18.Bd5 Qc7 19.Qd2 Rbe8 20.Rfe1 Nf6 21.dxc5 dxc5 22.bxc5 bxc5 23.Bxf6 Bxf6 24.g3 Kg7 25.Kg2 Rb8 26.Rb1 Rxb1 27.Rxb1 Rb8 28.Rxb8 Qxb8 29.Qe2 Qe5 30.Qxe5 ½–½

(4) Tissir,Mohamed (2454) – Tamra,Attallah (2090)

 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 g6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nc6 5.Nc3 Bg7 6.Nb3 Nf6 7.Be2 0–0 8.0–0 d6 9.h3 Be6 10.Re1 Na5 11.Nd4 Bc4 12.Bf3 Rc8 13.b3 Ba6 14.Bb2 Nc6 15.Nxc6 bxc6 16.Qd2 Qa5 17.Rad1 Rfd8 18.Qe3 Nd7 19.Bg4 Rc7 20.Bxd7 Rcxd7 21.Na4 Bxb2 22.Nxb2 d5 23.Na4 d4 24.Qd2 Qb5 25.Kh1 c5 26.Qf4 c4 27.e5 e6 28.Qc1 Qc6 29.f3 Rd5 30.Qf4 c3 31.Kh2 d3 32.cxd3 Bxd3 33.Rc1 c2 34.Nb2 Qc3 35.Nxd3 Rxd3 36.Re2 Rd2 37.Rxd2 Rxd2 38.Qe4 Qb2 39.Qe1 Qd4 40.Qg3 Qd3 41.Qf4 Qe2 42.Qg5 Rd1 43.h4 Rxc1 44.Qd8+ Kg7 45.Qf6+ Kg8 46.Qd8+ Kg7 47.Qf6+ Kg8 48.Qg5 h6 ½–½

(5) Ayyad,Husain (2206) – Al-Hageri,Badr (2130) [A00]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.Bc4 Bb4+ 5.c3 dxc3 6.0–0 cxb2 7.Bxb2 Nf6 8.e5 d5 9.exf6 dxc4 10.Qe2+ Be6 11.Rd1 Bd6 12.Nbd2 g6 13.Nxc4 Qd7 14.Nfe5 Nxe5 15.Nxd6+ cxd6 16.Bxe5 d5 17.Qe3 Rc8 18.Rac1 Rxc1 19.Rxc1 h5 20.Qa3 Qd8 21.Rc7 1–0

(6) Njili,Kamel (2329) – Yaaqoub,Rashid (2102)

 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bb5 a6 4.Ba4 Nf6 5.0–0 Be7 6.Re1 b5 7.Bb3 0–0 8.h3 d6 9.c3 Na5 10.Bc2 c5 11.d3 Bb7 12.Nbd2 Re8 13.Nf1 Bf8 14.Bd2 Qc7 15.Ng3 g6 16.Qc1 Kh8 17.Nh2 d5 18.Ng4 Ng8 19.f4 dxe4 20.dxe4 Nc4 21.Nxe5 Nxd2 22.Qxd2 Rad8 23.Qf2 Bh6 24.Rf1 Bc8 25.Ng4 Bxg4 26.hxg4 Rd7 27.g5 Bf8 28.Rad1 Red8 29.Rxd7 Rxd7 30.e5 c4 31.Ne4 Qc6 32.Kh2 Kg7 33.Rh1 Qc7 34.Kg3 Kh8 35.Rh3 Qa7 36.Qe1 Qb6 37.Kh2 Qd8 38.Qh4 h6 39.Qg4 Kg7 40.gxh6+ Nxh6 41.Rxh6 Kxh6 42.Qh3+ Kg7 43.Nf6 Bc5 44.Qxd7 1–0

(7) Daouda,Sabar Ousmane (2097) – Mohammad,Samir (2349)

 1.d4 d5 2.Nf3 Nf6 3.g3 g6 4.Bg2 Bg7 5.0–0 0–0 6.c4 c6 7.Nc3 dxc4 8.Ne5 Ng4 9.f4 Nxe5 10.fxe5 c5 11.dxc5 Bxe5 12.Bd5 e6 13.Bxc4 Qd4+ 14.Qxd4 Bxd4+ 15.Kg2 Bxc5 16.Ne4 Bd4 17.Bh6 Bg7 18.Nf6+ Kh8 19.Bxg7+ Kxg7 20.Rad1 Nc6 21.g4 Ne5 22.Bb3 b6 23.g5 Ba6 24.Rf4 Rad8 25.Rdd4 Rxd4 26.Rxd4 h6 27.h4 hxg5 28.hxg5 Bxe2 29.Kf2 Ba6 30.Ra4 Nd3+ 31.Ke3 Nc5 32.Rh4 Rh8 33.Rd4 Rh3+ 34.Kf2 Rd3 35.Rh4 Bb5 36.a4 Rxb3 37.axb5 Rxb5 38.Rh7+ Kf8 39.Ke3 Rb4 40.Rh8+ Ke7 41.Ra8 a5 42.Ra7+ Kd6 43.Rxf7 Ke5 44.Nh7 Rb3+ 45.Kd2 Rxb2+ 46.Ke3 Rb3+ 47.Kd2 a4 48.Nf8 Ne4+ 49.Kc2 Nxg5 50.Nxg6+ Kd6 51.Ra7 b5 52.Ra6+ Kc5 53.Ne5 Kd5 54.Nd7 Nf3 55.Nb6+ Ke5 56.Nd7+ Kf5 57.Nc5 Nd4+ 58.Kd2 Rg3 59.Ra8 Nb3+ 0–1

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