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Games played by Palm HIARCS 9.5 on a Palm Zire 72 in the internet match against top Russian GM Sergey Volkov in June 2005. Match result: Palm HIARCS won 3-1 (2 wins, 2 draws and no losses). Our thanks to Michael Enderle who arranged the match and operated HIARCS on his Palm Zire 72.

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QGDD35

GM Sergey Volkov (2682)
Palm Hiarcs 9.5

Man-Pocket comp 5m + 3s (1)
Play Chess Server, Machine Room, 2005


1. d4 1 1... d5 5 2. c4 2 2... e6 7 3. Nc3 2 3... Nf6 3 4. cxd5 1 4... exd5 3 5. Bg5 1 5... Be7 3 6. e3 2 6... c6 3 7. Qc2 2 7... Bg4 4 8. Nge2 11 8... Na6 19 9. Ng3 8 9... Nb4 15 10. Qd2 6 10... Qb6 32 11. a3 33 11... Na6 21 12. h3 9 12... Be6 10 13. Bxf6 17 13... Bxf6 3 14. Nh5 2 14... Ke7 4 15. Bd3 20 15... Rae8 11 16. O-O 6 16... Qc7 26 17. Bxa6 7 17... bxa6 6 18. Rac1 17 18... h6 19 19. Na4 18 19... Rhg8 11 20. Qb4+ 60 20... Kd8 23 21. Nc5 27 21... Bc8 4 22. Rc3 14 22... Bg5 10 23. Rfc1 8 23... Be7 8 24. Qa4 4 24... Bxc5 4 25. Rxc5 3 25... Bd7 15 26. Qxa6 9 26... Qb6 10 27. Qe2 5 27... Qb3 8 28. R5c3 8 28... Qb6 7 29. Qc2 7 29... a5 9 30. Rb3 8 30... Qc7 6 31. Qc5 6 31... Re6 3 32. Rb6 11 32... g5 14 33. Ng3 16 33... Rxe3 16 34. fxe3 23 34... Qxg3 3 35. Rb3 14 35... Bxh3 9 36. Qxa5+ 2 36... Ke8 5 37. Qa8+ 5 37... Ke7 2 38. Qb7+ 2 38... Bd7 4 39. Qb4+ 3 39... Qd6 7 40. Qxd6+ 2 40... Kxd6 2 41. Rb7 4 41... f5 4 42. a4 2 42... Ra8 6 43. b3 1 43... h5 5 44. Kf2 1 44... h4 3 45. Rh1 8 45... Rf8 4 46. a5 2 46... f4 4 47. b4 3 47... fxe3+ 3 48. Kxe3 1 48... Re8+ 2 49. Kd2 4 49... Re4 4 50. Rf1 4 50... Rxd4+ 4 51. Kc3 1 51... Rc4+ 4 52. Kb3 1 52... Rg4 4 53. Rf2 1 53... Rg3+ 3 54. Kb2 1 54... g4 9 55. a6 5 55... Bc8 3 56. Rf6+ 2 56... Be6 10 57. a7 3 57... Rxg2+ 4 58. Kc3 3 58... Ra2 2 59. Rf8 1 59... c5 3 60. bxc5+ 3 60... Kxc5 3 61. a8=Q 2 61... d4+ 6 62. Kd3 7 62... Bc4+ 3 63. Ke4 3 63... Bd5+ 2 64. Ke5 18 64... Rxa8 5 65. Rc7+ 4 65... Kb6 Michael Enderle (Palm operator) offered respect/time draw which was accepted (Lag: Av=0.69s, max=1.4s) 3 1/2-1/2










 

FrenchC14

Palm Hiarcs 9.5
GM Sergey Volkov (2682)

Man-Pocket comp 5m + 3s (2)
Play Chess Server, Machine Room, 2005


1. e4 5 1... e6 2 2. d4 3 2... d5 1 3. Nc3 3 3... Nf6 1 4. Bg5 3 4... Be7 3 5. e5 3 5... Nfd7 1 6. Bxe7 3 6... Qxe7 1 7. Nf3 2 7... a6 3 8. Bd3 12 8... c5 1 9. dxc5 14 9... Nc6 6 10. Na4 26 10... Ndxe5 10 11. Nxe5 11 11... Nxe5 4 12. Be2 4 12... Bd7 6 13. Nb6 7 13... Rd8 2 14. Qd4 5 14... Qf6 15 15. O-O-O 10 15... Bc6 15 16. Rhe1 16 16... Nd7 2 17. Nxd7 7 17... Qxd4 5 18. Rxd4 3 18... Rxd7 2 19. f4 13 19... g6 1 20. g4 19 20... Re7 35 21. c4 12 21... dxc4 12 22. Bxc4 11 22... h5 2 23. g5 12 23... O-O 2 24. b4 8 24... Kg7 6 25. Kb2 7 25... Rc8 10 26. Red1 3 26... e5 13 27. fxe5 7 27... Rxe5 3 28. h4 3 28... Rf5 9 29. Re1 Rf2+ 98 30. Kc3 12 30... Rf3+ 1 31. Kd2 19 31... Rf2+ 2 32. Kd3 5 32... Rf3+ 2 33. Re3 7 33... Rxe3+ 16 34. Kxe3 3 34... Re8+ 1 35. Kd3 4 35... Re1 3 36. Rf4 6 36... Re7 10 37. Rf6 3 37... Rc7 3 38. Kc3 7 38... Rc8 8 39. Rxf7+ Sergey Volkov resigns (Lag: Av=0.66s, max=1.8s) 6 1-0










 

Nimzo-IndianE25

GM Sergey Volkov (2682)
Palm Hiarcs 9.5

Man-Pocket comp 5m + 3s (3)
Play Chess Server, Machine Room, 2005


1. d4 0 1... Nf6 4 2. c4 2 2... e6 4 3. Nc3 3 3... Bb4 2 4. a3 6 4... Bxc3+ 2 5. bxc3 1 5... c5 2 6. f3 1 6... d5 4 7. cxd5 1 7... Nxd5 2 8. dxc5 1 8... f5 2 9. Nh3 3 9... O-O 3 10. c4 2 10... Nf6 4 11. Qxd8 2 11... Rxd8 2 12. Nf4 10 12... e5 12 13. Nd3 3 13... Nbd7 19 14. Be3 7 14... e4 4 15. Nb4 2 15... Ne5 13 16. Rc1 3 16... Be6 12 17. c6 28 17... bxc6 11 18. Bf4 4 18... Nfd7 7 19. e3 19 19... exf3 14 20. gxf3 10 20... Nxf3+ 2 21. Kf2 1 21... Nfe5 5 22. Bg2 17 22... Rac8 7 23. Rhd1 13 23... a5 8 24. Bxe5 9 24... Nxe5 3 25. Rxd8+ 3 25... Rxd8 3 26. Nxc6 2 26... Rd2+ 8 27. Kg3 29 27... Rxg2+ 7 28. Kxg2 1 28... Nxc6 3 29. Kg3 9 29... Kf7 10 30. e4 3 30... Nd4 9 31. Kf2 44 31... Nb3 10 32. Rc2 29 32... fxe4 5 33. Ke3 2 33... Ke7 4 34. c5 13 34... Kd7 9 35. c6+ 9 35... Kc7 6 36. h4 2 36... g6 7 37. a4 9 37... Bd5 6 38. Rc3 1 38... h5 26 39. Rc2 3 39... Bg8 25 40. Rc3 4 40... Be6 3 41. Rc2 4 41... Kd6 7 42. c7 23 42... Bc8 2 43. Rg2 35 43... Kxc7 7 44. Rxg6 1 44... Bd7 8 45. Rg5 8 45... Bxa4 5 46. Rxh5 Sergey Volkov offers draw - agreed (Lag: Av=0.75s, max=1.5s) 1 1/2-1/2










 

FrenchC13

Palm Hiarcs 9.5
GM Sergey Volkov (2682)

Man-Pocket comp 5m + 3s (4)
Play Chess Server, Machine Room, 2005


1. e4 0 1... e6 1 2. d4 3 2... d5 1 3. Nc3 2 3... Nf6 1 4. Bg5 3 4... Be7 1 5. Bxf6 23 5... Bxf6 2 6. e5 2 6... Be7 2 7. Qg4 3 7... O-O 11 8. Bd3 4 8... f5 1 9. Qg3 3 9... c5 6 10. dxc5 4 10... Nd7 9 11. c6 23 11... bxc6 3 12. Nf3 10 12... c5 20 13. O-O 12 13... Nb6 43 14. Rad1 17 14... Bd7 3 15. b3 11 15... Qc7 10 16. Nb5 9 16... Bxb5 15 17. Bxb5 1 17... a6 20 18. Bd3 3 18... a5 1 19. c4 13 19... dxc4 7 20. bxc4 16 20... Rad8 10 21. Qf4 9 21... Rd7 14 22. Bc2 11 22... Rfd8 4 23. Rxd7 4 23... Qxd7 6 24. g4 10 24... Rf8 16 25. Rd1 22 25... Qc6 2 26. gxf5 5 26... exf5 1 27. Rb1 5 27... Kh8 7 28. Bxf5 11 28... Nxc4 14 29. Qe4 3 29... Qxe4 33 30. Bxe4 4 30... g6 33 31. Rb7 9 31... Bd8 4 32. Kg2 4 32... Nb6 18 33. e6 9 33... Nc8 14 34. Ne5 3 34... Nd6 6 35. e7 9 35... Bxe7 3 36. Rxe7 1 36... Nxe4 2 37. Nf7+ 5 37... Rxf7 16 38. Rxf7 4 38... Nc3 1 39. Rc7 4 39... Nxa2 3 40. Rxc5 1 40... Nb4 7 41. Rxa5 5 41... Kg7 2 42. Kf3 4 42... h5 14 43. Ra7+ 8 43... Kf6 10 44. Ke4 1 44... Kg5 10 45. f4+ 8 45... Kh6 10 46. Rb7 2 46... Nc6 4 47. Kd5 Sergey Volkov resigns (Lag: Av=0.71s, max=1.3s) 6 1-0

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