2014 Pre-Registered

Saturday, August 20, 2016

2016 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Standings after Round 4




Open
Place Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Tot
1 Kevin Gentes 2341 D7 W5 W8 W4 3.5
2-4 Gustav L Baron 2106 W9 L4 W10 W8 3.0

Aleksandar Zashev 2090 W10 L8 W12 W6 3.0

Theo Wolchock 2013 W16 W2 W6 L1 3.0
5-10 Nilo Moncal 2175 L8 L1 W11 W13 2.0

Saul Magnusson 2079 W13 W12 L4 L3 2.0

Anthony Boron 1995 D1 D11 H--- H--- 2.0

Blair Rutter 1936 W5 W3 L1 L2 2.0

Will Bonness 1912 L2 W16 H--- H--- 2.0

Colin Prince 1878 L3 W13 L2 W12 2.0
11 Jaroslaw Czypinski 1982 L12 D7 L5 W16 1.5
12-13 Marcos Valentino 2196 W11 L6 L3 L10 1.0

Phil Le Dorze 1871 L6 L10 W16 L5 1.0
14 James Atem 1841 L4 L9 L13 L11 0.0


U1800
Place Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Tot
1 Kevin Booth 1722 W9 W8 W2 W6 4.0
2-3 Jeremie Piche 1627 W13 W15 L1 W7 3.0

Larry Samson 1610 L15 W10 W14 W11 3.0
4-7 John Remillard 1657 L7 W12 W13 D5 2.5

Keith Gannon 1648 D10 D11 W15 D4 2.5

Cory Letain 1644 W12 D7 W11 L1 2.5

Max Russo 1541 W4 D6 W8 L2 2.5
8-9 Peter Magyar 1614 W14 L1 L7 W13 2.0

Evheniya-Diana Furda 1580 L1 L13 W10 W15 2.0
10-11 Francis Trueman 1423 D5 L3 L9 W14 1.5

Zachary Piche 1181 B--- D5 L6 L3 1.5
12-15 Bruce Leaden 1399 L6 L4 H--- H--- 1.0

Carter Marshall 1381 L2 W9 L4 L8 1.0

Ken Marshall 1377 L8 B--- L3 L10 1.0

Inti Negoma unr. W3 L2 L5 L9 1.0

2016 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - 3rd round results

Open
Res White
Black Res
0 Saul Magnusson (2079 2.0)
Theo Wolchock (2013 2.0) 1
1 Kevin Gentes (2341 1.5)
Blair Rutter (1936 2.0) 0
1 Aleksandar Zashev (2090 1.0)
Marcos Valentino (2196 1.0) 0
0 Colin Prince (1878 1.0)
Gustav L Baron (2106 1.0) 1
0 Jaroslaw Czypinski (1982 0.5)
Nilo Moncal (2175 0.0) 1
1 Phil Le Dorze (1871 0.0)
James Atem (1841 0.0) 0

U1800 Section
Res White
Black Res
1 Kevin Booth (1722 2.0)
Jeremie Piche (1627 2.0) 0
1 Cory Letain (1644 1.5)
Zachary Piche (1181 1.5) 0
1 Max Russo (1541 1.5)
Peter Magyar (1614 1.0) 0
0 Carter Marshall (1381 1.0)
John Remillard (1657 1.0) 1
1 Keith Gannon (1648 1.0)
Inti Negoma (unr. 1.0) 0
1 Larry Samson (1610 1.0)
Ken Marshall (1377 1.0) 0
1 Evheniya-Diana Furda (1580 0.0)
Francis Trueman (1423 0.5) 0

2016 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Round 3


Friday, August 19, 2016

2016 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Standings after 2 rounds

Open
Place Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Tot
1-3 Saul Magnusson 2079 W15 W5 2.0

Theo Wolchock 2013 W16 W6 2.0

Blair Rutter 1936 W13 W7 2.0
4 Kevin Gentes 2341 D8 W13 1.5
5-10 Marcos Valentino 2196 W11 L1 1.0

Gustav L Baron 2106 W9 L2 1.0

Aleksandar Zashev 2090 W10 L3 1.0

Anthony Boron 1995 D4 D11 1.0

Will Bonness 1912 L6 W16 1.0

Colin Prince 1878 L7 W15 1.0
11 Jaroslaw Czypinski 1982 L5 D8 0.5
12-13 Nilo Moncal 2175 L3 L4 0.0
12-13 James Atem 1841 L2 L9 0.0

U1800
Place Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Tot
1-2 Kevin Booth 1722 W14 W8 2.0

Jeremie Piche 1627 W10 W12 2.0
3-5 Cory Letain 1644 W15 D4 1.5

Max Russo 1541 W6 D3 1.5

Zachary Piche 1181 B--- D7 1.5
6-12 John Remillard 1657 L4 W15 1.0

Keith Gannon 1648 D13 D5 1.0

Peter Magyar 1614 W11 L1 1.0

Larry Samson 1610 L12 W13 1.0

Carter Marshall 1381 L2 W14 1.0

Ken Marshall 1377 L8 B--- 1.0

Inti Negoma unr. W9 L2 1.0
13 Francis Trueman 1423 D7 L9 0.5
14-15 Evheniya-Diana Furda 1580 L1 L10 0.0

Bruce Leaden 1399 L3 L6 0.0

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

2016 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Chess Tournament

14th Annual Abe Yanofsky Memorial Chess Tournament

New Format for 2016 -  Active Time Control

This tournament is named in honour of Abe Yanofsky, the first chess player in the British Commonwealth to be awarded the Grandmaster title.
Mr. Yanofsky, who died in 2000, was a prominent Winnipeg lawyer and city councillor.

CFC Membership is not required.



Dates: Saturday, August 20 and Sunday,August 21, 2016

Location: Room 5L24 - University of Winnipeg - (note Room change)

Prize Fund: $ See below
Format: 8 round Swiss System, Two Sections
Open Section 
U 1800 Section 
Round Times:   Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m , 1:30 p.m , 2:30 p.m
Time Control: Round  G/20 + 10 second delay
Entry Fee: Entry Fee: $ 40, $ 10 discount if paid by August 9

Also, second and subsequent entries from immediate family members receive $ 5 discount.


Maximum of 3    -   1/2 points -   No half-point byes for Round 8.   Byes for Round 5, 6, or 7 must be requested before Round 4.


Registration: on site, Saturday, August 20 - 9:45 - 10:15  or see below:
cheques payable to:
Manitoba Chess Association
c/o Blair Rutter
76 Newcroft Rd.
Winnipeg, MB R2J 3M8

or see Tony Boron / Blair Rutter  on Tuesday nights at the TNT tournaments.
If you wish to pay by PayPal - please send an email to chessmanitoba@gmail.com and an "Invoice" will be sent to you.

Prizes:
Prizes will be based on entries - but minimum guaranteed:

Prizes:
Open Section: 1st  $ 250 , 2nd $ 140, 3rd $ 80
Top A Class - $ 100, 50, 30

U 1800 Section 1st $ 100, 2nd $ 50
Top U1600 $ 60, $ 30
Top U1400 $ 50, 30

Sunday, August 16, 2015

2015 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Final Results

Manitoba Champion FM Kevin Gentes won the 2015 Abe Yanofsky Memorial Open section with 4.5 points. ceding only a draw in the last round.  Jeff Babb, Nilo Moncal, and Gustav Baron shared the 2nd-3rd prizes with 3.5 points.  Rolando Bince and Saul Magnusson tied for Top U2000, while Chathura Illangakoon took 3rd U2000.

http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2015/2015AYOpen.htm

In the U1800 section, John Minano swept the field including those that finished 2nd-5th to finish 2 points ahead of Gabriel Ammann, and Top U1600 John Remillard. Bruce Leaden, Francis Truman, and Mark Jenkins tied for 2nd U1600.  Young Max Russo won Top U1400, with Ken Marshall 2nd U1400.

http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2015/2015AYU1800.htm

Saturday, August 15, 2015

2015 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Round 3 results

FM Kevin Gentes won the battle of the leaders on Board 1, and has a half-point lead over Jeff Babb who he will face in a critical 4th Round game.

John Manino leads the U1800 section by one point.




Crosstables are at: http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2015/2015AY.htm 

Open Section


Bd Res White
Black Res
1 1  Kevin Gentes (2342 2.0)
Nilo Moncal (2158 2.0) 0 
2 0  Isaac Wiebe (2121 1.5)
Jeff Babb (2196 1.5) 1 
3 0  Aron Kaptsan (2038 1.5)
Marcos Valentino (2210 1.0) 1 
4 0  Colin Prince (1891 1.0)
Gustav L Baron (2011 1.0) 1 
5 ½  Saul Magnusson (1857 1.0)
Rolando Bince (1986 1.0) ½ 
6 0  Blair Rutter (1931 0.5)
Collin Anderson (1940 1.0) 1 
7 1  Derek Ma (1895 0.5)
James Atem (1871 0.5) 0 
8 1  Chathura Illangakoon (1721 0.5)
Theo Wolchock (1955 0.0) 0 


U1800 
  
Bd Res White
Black Res
9 1  John V. Minano (1732 2.0)
Max Russo (1327 2.0) 0 
10 0  Mark Jenkins (1455 1.5)
Gabriel Ammann (1739 1.0) 1 
11 ½  Bruce Leaden (1554 1.0)
Francis Trueman (1462 1.0) ½ 
12 0  Will Bonness (1761 0.5)
Keith Gannon (1681 0.5) 1   

Friday, August 14, 2015

2015 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Round 1 results

Thirty-one players have started the 2015 Abe Yanofsky Memorial.  You can still join the action in Rd 2 with a half-point bye for Round 1. With only eight decisive games in Round 1, you will not be far behind.
Note: The U1800 section requires a house player - in case there are an odd number of players.

Notable in Round 1 was Collin Anderson's upset of newly minted National Master Marcos Valentino.
Crosstables are at: http://www.chessmanitoba.org/tournaments/2015/2015AY.htm

Open Section

Bd Res White
Black Res
1 1  Kevin Gentes (2342 0.0)
Theo Wolchock (1955 0.0) 0 
2 1  Collin Anderson (1940 0.0)
Marcos Valentino (2210 0.0) 0 
3 1  Nilo Moncal (2158 0.0)
Blair Rutter (1931 0.0) 0 
4 ½  Derek Ma (1895 0.0)
Isaac Wiebe (2121 0.0) ½ 
5 ½  Aron Kaptsan (2038 0.0)
Colin Prince (1891 0.0) ½ 
6 ½  James Atem (1871 0.0)
Anthony Boron (2027 0.0) ½ 
7 1  Gustav L Baron (2011 0.0)
Saul Magnusson (1857 0.0) 0 
8 ½  Phil Le Dorze (1850 0.0)
Rolando Bince (1986 0.0) ½ 

½  Jeff Babb (2196 0.0)
BYE






U1800

Bd Res White
Black Res
9 ½  Will Bonness (1761 0.0)
John Remillard (1588 0.0) ½ 
10 0  Bruce Leaden (1554 0.0)
Gabriel Ammann (1739 0.0) 1 
11 1X John V. Minano (1732 0.0)
Michael Jr. Spivak (1478 0.0) 0F
12 0  Francis Trueman (1462 0.0)
Chathura Illangakoon (1721 0.0) 1 
13 ½  Keith Gannon (1681 0.0)
Mark Jenkins (1455 0.0) ½ 
14 ½  Ken Marshall (1306 0.0)
Keith Czarny (1655 0.0) ½ 
15 0  Carter Marshall (1596 0.0)
Max Russo (1327 0.0) 1 

Sunday, June 28, 2015

13th Annual Abe Yanofsky Memorial Chess Tournament

13th Annual Abe Yanofsky Memorial Chess Tournament

This tournament is the signature event of the Manitoba Chess Association. It is named in honour of Abe Yanofsky, the first chess player in the British Commonwealth to be awarded the Grandmaster title.
Mr. Yanofsky, who died in 2000, was a prominent Winnipeg lawyer and city councillor.

Dates: Friday, August 14 to Sunday,August 16, 2015
Location: Room 3L08 - University of Winnipeg - 
Prize Fund: $ See below
Format: 5 round Swiss System, Two Sections
Open Section (CFC and FIDE rated)
U 1800 Section (CFC rated)
Round Times: Friday 7:00 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, 10:00 a.m. and 2:30 p.m
Time Control: Round 1 G/ 110 ; Round 2-5 Game/90 + 30 second increment
Entry Fee: Entry Fee: $ 40, $ 10 discount if paid by July 14

Also, second and subsequent entries from immediate family members receive $ 5 discount.

Free entry to FIDE Masters or higher (Entry must be paid up front, but will be refunded after completion (playing) of all five rounds)

CFC Membership also required (available on site) Annual Fee - Adults $ 49, Juniors $ 34. (First time members - Adults $ 36, Juniors $ 24)One-tournament CFC membership available for Adults $ 20, Juniors $ 10.

Rules to be noted:
Anti-draw rules will be in effect (no agreed draws before move 31)
New FIDE Zero tolerance forfeit rule NOT in effect -old rule in effect; players will not be forfeited for non-attendance until one hour after scheduled start of round.
Half-point byes OK, any of first four rounds, limit 2, must commit before rd 2.

Registration: on site, Friday, August 14 at 6:15 - 6:50 p.m., or -
cheques payable to:
Manitoba Chess Association
c/o Blair Rutter
76 Newcroft Rd.
Winnipeg, MB R2J 3M8

or see Tony Boron / Steve de Groot/ Blair Rutter  on Tuesday nights at the TNT tournaments.
If you wish to pay by PayPal - please send an email to chessmanitoba@gmail.com and an "Invoice" will be sent to you.

Prizes:
Prizes will be based on entries - but minimum guaranteed

Prizes:
Open Section: 1st $ 250 , 2nd $ 140, 3rd $ 80
Top A Class - $ 100, 50, 30

U 1800 Section 1st $ 100, 2nd $ 50
Top U1600 $ 60, $ 30
Top U1400 $ 50, 30


Top Manitoban in the Open Section qualifies for the 2015 Manitoba Championship Candidates Tournament.

Sunday, August 31, 2014

2014 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Final Results

Kevin Gentes won the 12th Annual Abe Yanofsky Memorial, holding off Marcos Valentino in the last game to finish.  Sam Lipnowski, Jeff Babb, and Jeff Clark tied for 2nd/3rd.  Waldemar Schulz and Sam Cleto were top U2000, with James Atem taking 3rd U2000.

In the U1800 section, Mick Liebzeit playing his first CFC tournament in nine years, swept the field 5-0.  Second was Isaac Wiebe with 4 points. Brock Beach and Keer Keer tied for top U1600, while Joshua Huston-Earle took top U1400.

Tournament Director was Steven de Groot.



OPEN









# Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize

1 Kevin Gentes 2307 W11 W3 D2 W6 D5  4.0 250.00
1st
2 Samuel Lipnowski 2213 W12 W13 D1 D5 D3  3.5 75.00
2nd/3rd
3 Jeff Babb 2181 W16 L1 W4 W15 D2  3.5 75.00
2nd/3rd
4 Jeff Clark 2001 H--- W18 L3 W11 W10  3.5 75.00
2nd/3rd
5 Marcos Valentino 2183 D7 W8 D6 D2 D1  3.0


6 Nilo Moncal 2165 W20 W17 D5 L1 D7  3.0


7 Waldemar Schulz 1957 D5 D10 D12 W13 D6  3.0 75.00
1st/2nd U2000
8 Sam Cleto 1939 H--- L5 W18 D12 W15  3.0 75.00
1st/2nd U2000
9 Gustavo Melamedoff 2098 L17 H--- H--- W20 D12  2.5


10 Rolando Bince 2026 D18 D7 D17 W16 L4  2.5


11 James Currie 2005 L1 W21 D13 L4 W17  2.5


12 Anthony Boron 2005 L2 W20 D7 D8 D9  2.5


13 James Atem 1910 W22 L2 D11 L7 W21  2.5 30.00
3rd U2000
14 Blair Rutter 2061 H--- H--- L16 D17 D18  2.0


15 Leor Wasserman 2039 W21 H--- H--- L3 L8  2.0


16 Theo Wolchock 1935 L3 W22 W14 L10 U---  2.0


17 Jim Green 1825 W9 L6 D10 D14 L11  2.0


18 Derek Ma 1784 D10 L4 L8 W21 D14  2.0


19 Steven De Groot 1889 H--- H--- H--- U--- U---  1.5


20 Ryne Swift 1929 L6 L12 D21 L9 U---  0.5


21 Phil Le Dorze 1801 L15 L11 D20 L18 L13  0.5


22 Gustav L Baron 2129 L13 L16 U--- U--- U---  0.0



























U 1800





















# Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Rd 4 Rd 5 Tot Prize

1 Mick Liebzeit 1608 W2 W3 W6 W4 W5  5.0 100.00
1st
2 Isaac Wiebe 1520 L1 W7 W10 W8 W6  4.0 60.00
2nd
3 Brock Beach 1588 W10 L1 W7 D6 W9  3.5 50.00
1st U1600
4 Ken Einarsson 1748 L9 W12 W5 L1 W8  3.0


5 Keer Keer 1566 W7 W8 L4 W10 L1  3.0 30.00
2nd U1600
6 John Remillard 1660 W11 W9 L1 D3 L2  2.5


7 Keith Gannon 1727 L5 L2 L3 W11 W12  2.0


8 Bruce Reimer 1593 W12 L5 W9 L2 L4  2.0


9 Bruce Leaden 1583 W4 L6 L8 W12 L3  2.0


10 Jerric Quebrado 1799 L3 W11 L2 L5 U---  1.0


11 Francis Trueman 1547 L6 L10 L12 L7 B---  1.0


12 Joshua Huston-Earle 1382 L8 L4 W11 L9 L7  1.0 50.00
1st U1400

Saturday, August 30, 2014

2014 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - U1800 standings after 3 rounds

U1800

Mick Liebzeit leads by a point over no less than six players on 2.


# Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Tot
1 Mick Liebzeit 1608 W7 W5 W3  3.0
2 Ken Einarsson 1748 L9 W10 W6  2.0
3 John Remillard 1660 W12 W9 L1  2.0
4 Bruce Reimer 1593 W10 L6 W9  2.0
5 Brock Beach 1588 W8 L1 W11  2.0
6 Keer Keer 1566 W11 W4 L2  2.0
7 Isaac Wiebe 1520 L1 W11 W8  2.0
8 Jerric Quebrado 1799 L5 W12 L7  1.0
9 Bruce Leaden 1583 W2 L3 L4  1.0
10 Joshua Huston-Earle 1382 L4 L2 W12  1.0
11 Keith Gannon 1727 L6 L7 L5  0.0
12 Francis Trueman 1547 L3 L8 L10  0.0

2014 Abe Yanofsky Memorial - Open Standings after 3 rounds

Open Section
Kevin Gentes, Sam Lipnowski, and Nilo Moncal lead with 2.5.


# Name Rtng Rd 1 Rd 2 Rd 3 Tot
1 Kevin Gentes 2307 W9 W5 D2  2.5
2 Samuel Lipnowski 2213 W10 W14 D1  2.5
3 Nilo Moncal 2165 W19 W16 D4  2.5
4 Marcos Valentino 2183 D12 W13 D3  2.0
5 Jeff Babb 2181 W7 L1 W11  2.0
6 Leor Wasserman 2039 W20 H--- H---  2.0
7 Theo Wolchock 1935 L5 W22 W18  2.0
8 Rolando Bince 2026 D21 D12 D16  1.5
9 James Currie 2005 L1 W20 D14  1.5
10 Anthony Boron 2005 L2 W19 D12  1.5
11 Jeff Clark 2001 H--- W21 L5  1.5
12 Waldemar Schulz 1957 D4 D8 D10  1.5
13 Sam Cleto 1939 H--- L4 W21  1.5
14 James Atem 1910 W22 L2 D9  1.5
15 Steven De Groot 1889 H--- H--- H---  1.5
16 Jim Green 1825 W17 L3 D8  1.5
17 Gustavo Melamedoff 2098 L16 H--- H---  1.0
18 Blair Rutter 2061 H--- H--- L7  1.0
19 Ryne Swift 1929 L3 L10 D20  0.5
20 Phil Le Dorze 1801 L6 L9 D19  0.5
21 Derek Ma 1784 D8 L11 L13  0.5
22 Gustav L Baron 2129 L14 L7 U---  0.0


Jugada en los Juegos Olímpicos de Buenos Aires (Argentina), el 30 de agosto de 1939, a dos días del comienzo de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. "Abe" Yanofsky defendía el primer tablero de Canadá a los 14 años ante el peruano Dulanto. En la jugada 21 su dama es atacada y parece que cualquier tentativa por salvarla es mate. Sin embargo, con la espada de Damocles sobre su cabeza, el joven canadiense ya había calculado los sacrificios que lo llevaban a la victoria.






Blancas: Yanofsky, Daniel - Negras: Dulanto, A

Buenos Aires olimpiada , 1939
Defensa Francesa [C10]
 1.e4 e6
Luego Yanofsky se convirtió en un especialista de la Defensa Francesa. Ahora lucha contra ella.
2.d4 d5 3.Cc3 Cf6 4.Ag5 dxe4
La entrega del centro evita caminos trillados y da a las negras un juego sólido pero no muy activo.
5.Cxe4 Cbd7 6.Cf3 Ae7 7.Cxf6+ Cxf6 8.Ad3 c5 9.dxc5 Da5+ 10.c3 Dxc5 11.0–0 0–0 12.Te1 Td8 13.Ce5
Las blancas atacan al peón alfil rey, pero también libera la diagonal para la dama, que desde h5 puede atacar las casillas f7 y h7.
13...b6?
El negro pierde el hilo de la partida. Urgente era 13...h6
14.Axf6 Axf6
14...Axf6
15.Axh7+!
Típico sacrificio pero que conduce a una gran variedad de juego posterior. Si se toma el alfil sigue un mate habitual comenzando con jaques de dama y llevando la torre a e3 via h3, y para impedirlo las negras deben entregar material, sin compensación alguna.
15...Rf8 16.Dh5 Axe5
No hay mucha elección.
17.Txe5 Dc7 18.Ae4 Ab7 Tal vez sea la razón del regreso de la dama. Pero justamente la desafortunada posición de la dama en b7 jugará un papel "importante" en la caza del rey negro. Yanofsky afirmó que lo había calculado todo desde la jugada 14, ¡incluido el sacrificio de torre en la jugada 22!
19.Axb7 Dxb7 20.Dh8+ Re7 21.Dxg7 Tg8
Las blancas parecen estar perdidas. Si retiran la dama de la columna, es mate en g2 con el llamado "beso de la muerte".
21...Tg8, manuscrito de Alexander Alekhine
21...Tg8
22.Txe6+!!
"La Clave", como dicen todos. El gran Alekhine comentaba aquí: "Nada complicada, por supuesto, pero decisiva. Jugada característica del incisivo estilo de este joven canadiense, una de las revelaciones del Torneo de Buenos Aires por Equipos" 
22...Rxe6 23.Te1+
Las negras tienen cuatro respuestas, pero todas pierden.
23...Rd6 24.Df6+ Rc5
A cualquier otra jugada, el rey y dama negros son atacados en línea por dama o torre enemigas.
25.Te5+ Rc4 26.b3+
Si las blancas no dan jaque... ¡Les espera el beso de la muerte!
26...Rd3
Si capturaban el peón, con 27.Te2 jaque descubierto se creaba otra red de mate.
27.Dd6+ Rc2
Pareciera que el rey negro se quiere escudar en los peones enemigos.
28.Te2+
Las negras abandonan. 1–0
Si el rey captura el peón es mate de dama en d2. Si va a la primera fila blanca es mate en dos con Dd2+, etc. Las blancas tuvieron que conducir toda la cacería con jaques en serie ya que estaban continuamente amenazadas de mate en una, como si fuera una espada de Damocles.

Para ver la partida en el visor, hacer click en el siguiente link:
http://chess.tuxtown.net/game-replayer.php?id=538239f7572cc47003299ffd703e63896ffe055d2010a957a4835