Wednesday, September 7, 2011

GM Utut Adianto vs GM Yasser Seirawan

[Event "Indonesia"]
[Site "Indonesia"]
[Date "1983.??.??"]
[EventDate "?"]
[Round "?"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[White "Utut Adianto"]
[Black "Yasser Seirawan"]

Utut Adianto Wahyuwidayat born 16 March 1965 in Jakarta, Indonesia, is an Indonesian chess Grandmaster. He is Indonesia's top-rated player of all-time with an Elo rating of 2548.learned the game of chess at the age of six. He won the Jakarta Junior Championship at the age of 12. In 1982, he won the Indonesian national championship. He was awarded the GM title in 1986, becoming at the time the youngest Indonesian to do so at the age of 21 years. Since then, Susanto Megaranto has become a GM at the age of 17 years. Between 1995 and 1999 Adianto was included among the elite group of Grandmasters with an Elo rating over 2600.

In 1999, he participated in the FIDE Knock-out world chess championship in Las Vegas, losing to Daniel Fridman in the first round.

Utut Adianto is chairman of the Indonesian Chess Association (Percasi). With Machnan R. Kamaluddin, Eka Putra Wirya and Kristianus Liem, he founded a chess school in Indonesia, which has produced several national players.

In 2005, Adianto was awarded the title of FIDE Senior Trainer.

On May 9 2009, he was elected to the Indonesian Senate read more ...

Yasser Seirawan (Arabic: ياسر سيروان‎; born March 24, 1960) is a chess grandmaster and 4-time United States-champion. He was winner of the World Junior Chess Championship in 1979. Seirawan is also a respected chess author and commentator.

Seirawan was born in Damascus, Syria. His father was Arab and his mother an English nurse from Nottingham, where he spent some time in his early childhood. When he was seven, his family emigrated to Seattle (United States), where he attended McClure Middle School and Garfield High School, and honed his game at a (now-defunct) coffeehouse, the Last Exit on Brooklyn, playing against the likes of Latvian-born master Viktors Pupols and six-time Washington State Champion James Harley McCormick.

He is married to FIDE Master Yvette Nagel, daughter of former Leefbaar Nederland political party president and politician Jan Nagel.

Seirawan began playing chess at 12; at 13 he became Washington junior champion. At 19 he won the World Junior Chess Championship. He also won a game against Viktor Korchnoi, who then invited Seirawan to Switzerland, where Korchnoi was training for his world title match against Anatoly Karpov.

For many years he was the chief editor of the Inside Chess magazine, which however later became an Internet-only magazine and later just a column at the website.

In 1999, Seirawan played a ten-game match against Michael Adams in Bermuda. The match was drawn +2–2=6.

In 2001, Seirawan released a plan to reunite the chess world, which at that time had two world champions: Ruslan Ponomariov had gained the title under the auspices of FIDE, while Vladimir Kramnik had beaten Garry Kasparov to take the Einstein title. It called for one match between Ponomariov and Kasparov (the world number one), and another between Kramnik and the winner of the 2002 Einstein tournament in Dortmund (who turned out to be Péter Lékó). The winners of these matches would then play each other to become undisputed World Champion. This plan was signed by all parties on May 6, 2002, in the so-called "Prague Agreement". The Kramnik-Leko match took place (the match was drawn, with Kramnik retaining his title); the Kasparov-Ponomariov match was canceled in 2003, and this particular plan became moot after the September–October 2006 FIDE World Chess Championship 2006 between Kramnik and Veselin Topalov reunited the world championship title .

Following a series of events Seirawan participated in China during September 2003, there were reports that he would be retiring as a professional player. In the July 2007 FIDE list, Seirawan had an Elo rating of 2634, placing him in the top 100 chess players in the world, and America's number four (behind Hikaru Nakamura, Gata Kamsky and Alexander Onischuk). He played six games in the July 2007 FIDE update.

In 2007, Seirawan unveiled his enhanced chess game called Seirawan chess which he is currently promoting worldwide. The first ever event was a 12 board simultaneous exhibition held March 31, 2007 in Vancouver, Canada.

In July 2011, Seirawan returned from hiatus to competitive chess, playing in the world team championship taking place in China, as part of the USA team. He had significant results, including wins vs. GM J. Polgar and GM Mamedyarov, both active and much higher rated players. read more ...

GM Utut Adianto vs GM Yasser Seirawan

1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.Nd2 dxe4 4.Nxe4 Bf5 5.Ng3 Bg6 6.h4 h6 7.Nf3
Nd7 8.h5 Bh7 9.Bd3 Bxd3 10.Qxd3 Qc7 11.Bd2 Ngf6 12.O-O-O e6
13.Ne4 Bd6 14.Nxd6+ Qxd6 15.Kb1 b5 16.Qe2 Qd5 17.Ne5 Qe4
18.Qxe4 Nxe4 19.Be3 Rc8 20.g4 Nef6 21.f3 Nd5 22.Bc1 f6 23.Ng6
Rg8 24.f4 Kf7 25.g5 f5 26.Rde1 a5 27.Re2 c5 28.dxc5 Rxc5
29.Rhe1 Re8 30.Nh4 Rcc8 31.Nf3 Rc4 32.g6+ Kf8 33.Rxe6 Re4
34.Rd6 N7f6 35.Rf1 Nxf4 36.Nd4 N4xh5 37.Rxf5 Rg4 38.Rxb5 a4
39.b3 Ne4 40.Rc6 Nhf6 41.Ba3+ Kg8 42.Nf5 axb3 43.axb3 Kh8
44.Nd6 Nxd6 45.Bxd6 Rxg6 46.Rb8 Kh7 47.Rcc8 Rg1+ 48.Kb2 Ree1
49.c4 Ne4 50.Rh8+ Kg6 51.Rb6 Kh5 52.Rb5+ Kg6 53.Be5 Ra1 54.Rb7
Kf5 55.Bxg7 Rgb1+ 56.Kc2 Rc1+ 57.Kb2 Rcb1+ 1/2-1/2

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