Chess Match – Carlsen, Magnus vs Cheparinov, Ivan- in World Cup, Open: A48


Math between Carlsen, Magnus and Cheparinov, Ivan

Event: World Cup

Pgn:


[Event “World Cup”]
[Site “Khanty-Mansiysk”]
[Date “2007.12.06”]
[Round “5.1”]
[White “Carlsen, Magnus”]
[Black “Cheparinov, Ivan”]
[Result “1-0”]
[WhiteElo “2714”]
[BlackElo “2670”]
[ECO “A48”]
[Annotator “Friedel,F”]
[EventDate “2007.11.24”]
[PlyCount “123”]
[EventType “k.o.”]
[EventRounds “7”]
[EventCountry “RUS”]
[Source “web”]
[SourceDate “2008.01.30”]
[[{ Carlsen and Cheparinov already met in the third round of the World Cup in “{ Carlsen and Cheparinov already met in the third round of the World Cup in”] “[{ Carlsen and Cheparinov already met in the third round of the World Cup in “{ Carlsen and Cheparinov already met in the third round of the World Cup in”]”]
[[Khanty-Mansiysk two years ago. The two regular games ended with the score “Khanty-Mansiysk two years ago. The two regular games ended with the score”] “[Khanty-Mansiysk two years ago. The two regular games ended with the score “Khanty-Mansiysk two years ago. The two regular games ended with the score”]”]
[[1-1 then, each of the opponents winning with the black pieces! After that “1-1 then, each of the opponents winning with the black pieces! After that”] “[1-1 then, each of the opponents winning with the black pieces! After that “1-1 then, each of the opponents winning with the black pieces! After that”]”]
[[in the rapid Magnus knocked out Ivan by winning both games. In the two “in the rapid Magnus knocked out Ivan by winning both games. In the two”] “[in the rapid Magnus knocked out Ivan by winning both games. In the two “in the rapid Magnus knocked out Ivan by winning both games. In the two”]”]
[[years period both players constantly grew in strength and now belong to the “years period both players constantly grew in strength and now belong to the”] “[years period both players constantly grew in strength and now belong to the “years period both players constantly grew in strength and now belong to the”]”]
[[strongest grandmasters in the world. High time for a new confrontation! } “strongest grandmasters in the world. High time for a new confrontation! }”] “[strongest grandmasters in the world. High time for a new confrontation! } “strongest grandmasters in the world. High time for a new confrontation! }”]”]
[[1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 { The King’s Indian is a dangerous weapon in hands of “1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 { The King’s Indian is a dangerous weapon in hands of”] “[1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 { The King’s Indian is a dangerous weapon in hands of “1. d4 Nf6 2. Nf3 g6 { The King’s Indian is a dangerous weapon in hands of”]”]
[[tactical players. It usually leads to sharp tactical battle, where White “tactical players. It usually leads to sharp tactical battle, where White”] “[tactical players. It usually leads to sharp tactical battle, where White “tactical players. It usually leads to sharp tactical battle, where White”]”]
[[gains space advantage, but where Black often keeps good counterplay “gains space advantage, but where Black often keeps good counterplay”] “[gains space advantage, but where Black often keeps good counterplay “gains space advantage, but where Black often keeps good counterplay”]”]
[[possibilities against the white king. It fits perfectly to Cheparinov’s “possibilities against the white king. It fits perfectly to Cheparinov’s”] “[possibilities against the white king. It fits perfectly to Cheparinov’s “possibilities against the white king. It fits perfectly to Cheparinov’s”]”]
[[aggressive playing style. } 3. Bg5 { No, thank you. The young Norwegian, “aggressive playing style. } 3. Bg5 { No, thank you. The young Norwegian,”] “[aggressive playing style. } 3. Bg5 { No, thank you. The young Norwegian, “aggressive playing style. } 3. Bg5 { No, thank you. The young Norwegian,”]”]
[[who, by the way plays the King’s Indian himself from time to time, declines “who, by the way plays the King’s Indian himself from time to time, declines”] “[who, by the way plays the King’s Indian himself from time to time, declines “who, by the way plays the King’s Indian himself from time to time, declines”]”]
[[the invitation and chooses a solid and quiet set-up, without big ambitions “the invitation and chooses a solid and quiet set-up, without big ambitions”] “[the invitation and chooses a solid and quiet set-up, without big ambitions “the invitation and chooses a solid and quiet set-up, without big ambitions”]”]
[[to fight for the opening advantage. Earlier Carlsen used to play 3.g3 in “to fight for the opening advantage. Earlier Carlsen used to play 3.g3 in”] “[to fight for the opening advantage. Earlier Carlsen used to play 3.g3 in “to fight for the opening advantage. Earlier Carlsen used to play 3.g3 in”]”]
[[this position. } 3… Bg7 4. Nbd2 d6 5. e4 O-O 6. c3 c5 7. dxc5 dxc5 8. Bc4 “this position. } 3… Bg7 4. Nbd2 d6 5. e4 O-O 6. c3 c5 7. dxc5 dxc5 8. Bc4”] “[this position. } 3… Bg7 4. Nbd2 d6 5. e4 O-O 6. c3 c5 7. dxc5 dxc5 8. Bc4 “this position. } 3… Bg7 4. Nbd2 d6 5. e4 O-O 6. c3 c5 7. dxc5 dxc5 8. Bc4″]”]
[[Nc6 9. O-O Qc7 10. Qe2 h6 11. Bh4 Nh5 12. Rfe1 Bg4 13. Qe3 g5 { A novelty. “Nc6 9. O-O Qc7 10. Qe2 h6 11. Bh4 Nh5 12. Rfe1 Bg4 13. Qe3 g5 { A novelty.”] “[Nc6 9. O-O Qc7 10. Qe2 h6 11. Bh4 Nh5 12. Rfe1 Bg4 13. Qe3 g5 { A novelty. “Nc6 9. O-O Qc7 10. Qe2 h6 11. Bh4 Nh5 12. Rfe1 Bg4 13. Qe3 g5 { A novelty.”]”]
[Cheparinov “[Cheparinov gains the bishop pair for the price of weakening his kingside “Cheparinov gains the bishop pair for the price of weakening his kingside”]”]
[[pawn structure. } 14. Bg3 Nxg3 15. hxg3 b6 16. Nh2 Bh5 17. g4 { So after “pawn structure. } 14. Bg3 Nxg3 15. hxg3 b6 16. Nh2 Bh5 17. g4 { So after”] “[pawn structure. } 14. Bg3 Nxg3 15. hxg3 b6 16. Nh2 Bh5 17. g4 { So after “pawn structure. } 14. Bg3 Nxg3 15. hxg3 b6 16. Nh2 Bh5 17. g4 { So after”]”]
[[all Carlsen couldn’t resist the temptation and tries to exploit opponent’s “all Carlsen couldn’t resist the temptation and tries to exploit opponent’s”] “[all Carlsen couldn’t resist the temptation and tries to exploit opponent’s “all Carlsen couldn’t resist the temptation and tries to exploit opponent’s”]”]
[[provokative play. } ( { The more cautious } 17. Be2 { is answered with } “provokative play. } ( { The more cautious } 17. Be2 { is answered with }”] “[provokative play. } ( { The more cautious } 17. Be2 { is answered with } “provokative play. } ( { The more cautious } 17. Be2 { is answered with }”]”]
[[17… Bg6 { and again in order to avoid passivity White must take some “17… Bg6 { and again in order to avoid passivity White must take some”] “[17… Bg6 { and again in order to avoid passivity White must take some “17… Bg6 { and again in order to avoid passivity White must take some”]”]
[[aggressive actions connected with f2-f4. }) 17… Bg6 18. g3 Rad8 19. f4 “aggressive actions connected with f2-f4. }) 17… Bg6 18. g3 Rad8 19. f4”] “[aggressive actions connected with f2-f4. }) 17… Bg6 18. g3 Rad8 19. f4 “aggressive actions connected with f2-f4. }) 17… Bg6 18. g3 Rad8 19. f4″]”]
[[Nd4 { Who said anything about “a solid and quiet opening set-up”? Well, in “Nd4 { Who said anything about “a solid and quiet opening set-up”? Well, in”] “[Nd4 { Who said anything about “a solid and quiet opening set-up”? Well, in “Nd4 { Who said anything about “a solid and quiet opening set-up”? Well, in”]”]
[[reality the players’ style and fighting spirit counts more than any other “reality the players’ style and fighting spirit counts more than any other”] “[reality the players’ style and fighting spirit counts more than any other “reality the players’ style and fighting spirit counts more than any other”]”]
[[factors. It is curious that in spite of wild complications the position “factors. It is curious that in spite of wild complications the position”] “[factors. It is curious that in spite of wild complications the position “factors. It is curious that in spite of wild complications the position”]”]
[[remains about equal. The only difference to the usual equality is that here “remains about equal. The only difference to the usual equality is that here”] “[remains about equal. The only difference to the usual equality is that here “remains about equal. The only difference to the usual equality is that here”]”]
[[any mistake can lead to immediate disaster for either side. } 20. Rac1 b5 “any mistake can lead to immediate disaster for either side. } 20. Rac1 b5”] “[any mistake can lead to immediate disaster for either side. } 20. Rac1 b5 “any mistake can lead to immediate disaster for either side. } 20. Rac1 b5″]”]
[[21. Bf1 gxf4 22. gxf4 Ne6 ( { I doubt that the cautious } 22… Bh7 { in “21. Bf1 gxf4 22. gxf4 Ne6 ( { I doubt that the cautious } 22… Bh7 { in”] “[21. Bf1 gxf4 22. gxf4 Ne6 ( { I doubt that the cautious } 22… Bh7 { in “21. Bf1 gxf4 22. gxf4 Ne6 ( { I doubt that the cautious } 22… Bh7 { in”]”]
[[order to keep the material balance did cross Cheparinov’s mind. }) 23. e5 { “order to keep the material balance did cross Cheparinov’s mind. }) 23. e5 {“] “[order to keep the material balance did cross Cheparinov’s mind. }) 23. e5 { “order to keep the material balance did cross Cheparinov’s mind. }) 23. e5 {“]”]
[Due “[Due to the large amount of variations to calculate, it is difficult to “Due to the large amount of variations to calculate, it is difficult to”]”]
[[choose which pawn to advance. Carlsen’s move is more cautious, opening “choose which pawn to advance. Carlsen’s move is more cautious, opening”] “[choose which pawn to advance. Carlsen’s move is more cautious, opening “choose which pawn to advance. Carlsen’s move is more cautious, opening”]”]
[[fewerdiagonals for black pieces and trying to keep the queen away from the “fewerdiagonals for black pieces and trying to keep the queen away from the”] “[fewerdiagonals for black pieces and trying to keep the queen away from the “fewerdiagonals for black pieces and trying to keep the queen away from the”]”]
[[white king. } ( { Advancing the other pawn looks possible too: } 23. f5 Be5 “white king. } ( { Advancing the other pawn looks possible too: } 23. f5 Be5”] “[white king. } ( { Advancing the other pawn looks possible too: } 23. f5 Be5 “white king. } ( { Advancing the other pawn looks possible too: } 23. f5 Be5″]”]
[[24. Ndf3 ( { worse is } 24. Nhf3 Bf4) 24… Bf4 25. Qf2 Bxc1 26. Rxc1 Qf4 ( “24. Ndf3 ( { worse is } 24. Nhf3 Bf4) 24… Bf4 25. Qf2 Bxc1 26. Rxc1 Qf4 (“] “[24. Ndf3 ( { worse is } 24. Nhf3 Bf4) 24… Bf4 25. Qf2 Bxc1 26. Rxc1 Qf4 ( “24. Ndf3 ( { worse is } 24. Nhf3 Bf4) 24… Bf4 25. Qf2 Bxc1 26. Rxc1 Qf4 (“]”]
[[{ or } 26… Nf4 { after which White is not necessarily forced to take the “{ or } 26… Nf4 { after which White is not necessarily forced to take the”] “[{ or } 26… Nf4 { after which White is not necessarily forced to take the “{ or } 26… Nf4 { after which White is not necessarily forced to take the”]”]
[[bishop, but can choose between moves like 27.e5 or 27.Qh4, with “bishop, but can choose between moves like 27.e5 or 27.Qh4, with”] “[bishop, but can choose between moves like 27.e5 or 27.Qh4, with “bishop, but can choose between moves like 27.e5 or 27.Qh4, with”]”]
[[compensation for the exchange. }) 27. Re1 Ng5 28. Nxg5 Qxg5 29. fxg6 fxg6 “compensation for the exchange. }) 27. Re1 Ng5 28. Nxg5 Qxg5 29. fxg6 fxg6”] “[compensation for the exchange. }) 27. Re1 Ng5 28. Nxg5 Qxg5 29. fxg6 fxg6 “compensation for the exchange. }) 27. Re1 Ng5 28. Nxg5 Qxg5 29. fxg6 fxg6″]”]
[[30. Qg3 a6 { with a double-edged position. }) 23… f5 24. exf6 Rxf6 25. f5 “30. Qg3 a6 { with a double-edged position. }) 23… f5 24. exf6 Rxf6 25. f5”] “[30. Qg3 a6 { with a double-edged position. }) 23… f5 24. exf6 Rxf6 25. f5 “30. Qg3 a6 { with a double-edged position. }) 23… f5 24. exf6 Rxf6 25. f5″]”]
[[Ng5 26. fxg6 Re6 27. Qf2 Be5 28. Rxe5 (28. Nhf3 { is bad in view of } 28… “Ng5 26. fxg6 Re6 27. Qf2 Be5 28. Rxe5 (28. Nhf3 { is bad in view of } 28…”] “[Ng5 26. fxg6 Re6 27. Qf2 Be5 28. Rxe5 (28. Nhf3 { is bad in view of } 28… “Ng5 26. fxg6 Re6 27. Qf2 Be5 28. Rxe5 (28. Nhf3 { is bad in view of } 28…”]”]
[[Bg3) 28… Qxe5 29. Ndf3 Nxf3+ 30. Nxf3 Qf4 31. Re1 Rxe1 { In such “Bg3) 28… Qxe5 29. Ndf3 Nxf3+ 30. Nxf3 Qf4 31. Re1 Rxe1 { In such”] “[Bg3) 28… Qxe5 29. Ndf3 Nxf3+ 30. Nxf3 Qf4 31. Re1 Rxe1 { In such “Bg3) 28… Qxe5 29. Ndf3 Nxf3+ 30. Nxf3 Qf4 31. Re1 Rxe1 { In such”]”]
[[positions the side with the rook usually aims to exchange pieces, since in “positions the side with the rook usually aims to exchange pieces, since in”] “[positions the side with the rook usually aims to exchange pieces, since in “positions the side with the rook usually aims to exchange pieces, since in”]”]
[[endgame the rook with a pawn has better chances to fight against two minor “endgame the rook with a pawn has better chances to fight against two minor”] “[endgame the rook with a pawn has better chances to fight against two minor “endgame the rook with a pawn has better chances to fight against two minor”]”]
[[pieces. } ( { Nevertheless it deserved attention } 31… Qxg4+ 32. Bg2 “pieces. } ( { Nevertheless it deserved attention } 31… Qxg4+ 32. Bg2”] “[pieces. } ( { Nevertheless it deserved attention } 31… Qxg4+ 32. Bg2 “pieces. } ( { Nevertheless it deserved attention } 31… Qxg4+ 32. Bg2″]”]
[[Rxe1+ 33. Qxe1 { and now interesting is } 33… Rd6 { with complicated “Rxe1+ 33. Qxe1 { and now interesting is } 33… Rd6 { with complicated”] “[Rxe1+ 33. Qxe1 { and now interesting is } 33… Rd6 { with complicated “Rxe1+ 33. Qxe1 { and now interesting is } 33… Rd6 { with complicated”]”]
[[play. White can’t activate his minor pieces due to his vulnerable king. }) “play. White can’t activate his minor pieces due to his vulnerable king. })”] “[play. White can’t activate his minor pieces due to his vulnerable king. }) “play. White can’t activate his minor pieces due to his vulnerable king. })”]”]
[[32. Nxe1 Qxf2+ 33. Kxf2 Rd2+ 34. Ke3 { Thanks to the pawn on g6 White’s “32. Nxe1 Qxf2+ 33. Kxf2 Rd2+ 34. Ke3 { Thanks to the pawn on g6 White’s”] “[32. Nxe1 Qxf2+ 33. Kxf2 Rd2+ 34. Ke3 { Thanks to the pawn on g6 White’s “32. Nxe1 Qxf2+ 33. Kxf2 Rd2+ 34. Ke3 { Thanks to the pawn on g6 White’s”]”]
[[chances are preferable, but Black should be able to make a draw. However, “chances are preferable, but Black should be able to make a draw. However,”] “[chances are preferable, but Black should be able to make a draw. However, “chances are preferable, but Black should be able to make a draw. However,”]”]
[Magnus “[Magnus showed a better technique and nicely used the small inaccuracies “Magnus showed a better technique and nicely used the small inaccuracies”]”]
[[made by Cheparinov, achieving a winning position. Then in the end both “made by Cheparinov, achieving a winning position. Then in the end both”] “[made by Cheparinov, achieving a winning position. Then in the end both “made by Cheparinov, achieving a winning position. Then in the end both”]”]
[[players missed the right continuations. The last one to err was “players missed the right continuations. The last one to err was”] “[players missed the right continuations. The last one to err was “players missed the right continuations. The last one to err was”]”]
[[Cheparinov…. } 34… Rd1 (34… Rxb2 35. Nd3 Rxa2 36. Nxc5 Rb2 { is a “Cheparinov…. } 34… Rd1 (34… Rxb2 35. Nd3 Rxa2 36. Nxc5 Rb2 { is a”] “[Cheparinov…. } 34… Rd1 (34… Rxb2 35. Nd3 Rxa2 36. Nxc5 Rb2 { is a “Cheparinov…. } 34… Rd1 (34… Rxb2 35. Nd3 Rxa2 36. Nxc5 Rb2 { is a”]”]
[[possible alternative }) 35. Ke2 Ra1 (35… Rb1 36. b3 Rb2+ 37. Ke3 Rxa2 38. “possible alternative }) 35. Ke2 Ra1 (35… Rb1 36. b3 Rb2+ 37. Ke3 Rxa2 38.”] “[possible alternative }) 35. Ke2 Ra1 (35… Rb1 36. b3 Rb2+ 37. Ke3 Rxa2 38. “possible alternative }) 35. Ke2 Ra1 (35… Rb1 36. b3 Rb2+ 37. Ke3 Rxa2 38.”]”]
[[Bxb5 $16) 36. Bg2 c4 (36… Rxa2 $4 37. Bd5+) 37. a3 Rb1 38. Nc2 Rxb2 39. “Bxb5 $16) 36. Bg2 c4 (36… Rxa2 $4 37. Bd5+) 37. a3 Rb1 38. Nc2 Rxb2 39.”] “[Bxb5 $16) 36. Bg2 c4 (36… Rxa2 $4 37. Bd5+) 37. a3 Rb1 38. Nc2 Rxb2 39. “Bxb5 $16) 36. Bg2 c4 (36… Rxa2 $4 37. Bd5+) 37. a3 Rb1 38. Nc2 Rxb2 39.”]”]
[[Be4 Kg7 40. Ke3 Rb3 41. Kd2 Kf6 (41… e5) 42. Nd4 Rxa3 43. Nxb5 Ra5 44. “Be4 Kg7 40. Ke3 Rb3 41. Kd2 Kf6 (41… e5) 42. Nd4 Rxa3 43. Nxb5 Ra5 44.”] “[Be4 Kg7 40. Ke3 Rb3 41. Kd2 Kf6 (41… e5) 42. Nd4 Rxa3 43. Nxb5 Ra5 44. “Be4 Kg7 40. Ke3 Rb3 41. Kd2 Kf6 (41… e5) 42. Nd4 Rxa3 43. Nxb5 Ra5 44.”]”]
[[Nc7 Kg7 45. Ne6+ Kh8 46. Ke3 Ra1 47. Kd4 a5 48. Bc6 a4 49. Be8 Rg1 50. g5 “Nc7 Kg7 45. Ne6+ Kh8 46. Ke3 Ra1 47. Kd4 a5 48. Bc6 a4 49. Be8 Rg1 50. g5”] “[Nc7 Kg7 45. Ne6+ Kh8 46. Ke3 Ra1 47. Kd4 a5 48. Bc6 a4 49. Be8 Rg1 50. g5 “Nc7 Kg7 45. Ne6+ Kh8 46. Ke3 Ra1 47. Kd4 a5 48. Bc6 a4 49. Be8 Rg1 50. g5″]”]
[[a3 51. Bf7 Rxg5 52. Nxg5 hxg5 53. Bxc4 Kg7 54. Kd3 $2 (54. Ke5 Kxg6 55. Ba2 “a3 51. Bf7 Rxg5 52. Nxg5 hxg5 53. Bxc4 Kg7 54. Kd3 $2 (54. Ke5 Kxg6 55. Ba2”] “[a3 51. Bf7 Rxg5 52. Nxg5 hxg5 53. Bxc4 Kg7 54. Kd3 $2 (54. Ke5 Kxg6 55. Ba2 “a3 51. Bf7 Rxg5 52. Nxg5 hxg5 53. Bxc4 Kg7 54. Kd3 $2 (54. Ke5 Kxg6 55. Ba2″]”]
[[g4 56. Kf4 Kf6 57. Kxg4 Ke5 58. Kf3 $18) 54… Kxg6 55. Kc2 g4 56. Kb3 (56. “g4 56. Kf4 Kf6 57. Kxg4 Ke5 58. Kf3 $18) 54… Kxg6 55. Kc2 g4 56. Kb3 (56.”] “[g4 56. Kf4 Kf6 57. Kxg4 Ke5 58. Kf3 $18) 54… Kxg6 55. Kc2 g4 56. Kb3 (56. “g4 56. Kf4 Kf6 57. Kxg4 Ke5 58. Kf3 $18) 54… Kxg6 55. Kc2 g4 56. Kb3 (56.”]”]
[[Bd3+ Kg5 57. c4 e5 58. c5 g3 59. Bf1 ( { or } 59. Be4 Kf4 60. Bg2 e4 61. c6 “Bd3+ Kg5 57. c4 e5 58. c5 g3 59. Bf1 ( { or } 59. Be4 Kf4 60. Bg2 e4 61. c6”] “[Bd3+ Kg5 57. c4 e5 58. c5 g3 59. Bf1 ( { or } 59. Be4 Kf4 60. Bg2 e4 61. c6 “Bd3+ Kg5 57. c4 e5 58. c5 g3 59. Bf1 ( { or } 59. Be4 Kf4 60. Bg2 e4 61. c6″]”]
[[e3 62. c7 e2 63. Kd2 a2) 59… e4 60. c6 e3 61. c7 g2 62. Bxg2 e2 63. Kd2 “e3 62. c7 e2 63. Kd2 a2) 59… e4 60. c6 e3 61. c7 g2 62. Bxg2 e2 63. Kd2”] “[e3 62. c7 e2 63. Kd2 a2) 59… e4 60. c6 e3 61. c7 g2 62. Bxg2 e2 63. Kd2 “e3 62. c7 e2 63. Kd2 a2) 59… e4 60. c6 e3 61. c7 g2 62. Bxg2 e2 63. Kd2″]”]
[[a2 $11) 56… Kf5 57. Kxa3 { This endgame is easy to analyze thanks to the “a2 $11) 56… Kf5 57. Kxa3 { This endgame is easy to analyze thanks to the”] “[a2 $11) 56… Kf5 57. Kxa3 { This endgame is easy to analyze thanks to the “a2 $11) 56… Kf5 57. Kxa3 { This endgame is easy to analyze thanks to the”]”]
[[available so-called tablebases. Playing it with no time is a completely “available so-called tablebases. Playing it with no time is a completely”] “[available so-called tablebases. Playing it with no time is a completely “available so-called tablebases. Playing it with no time is a completely”]”]
[[different thing, so I will just indicate the mistakes, without deep “different thing, so I will just indicate the mistakes, without deep”] “[different thing, so I will just indicate the mistakes, without deep “different thing, so I will just indicate the mistakes, without deep”]”]
[[analysis. } 57… g3 $2 (57… Ke4 58. Ba6 e5 $11 { Also 57… Kf4 and “analysis. } 57… g3 $2 (57… Ke4 58. Ba6 e5 $11 { Also 57… Kf4 and”] “[analysis. } 57… g3 $2 (57… Ke4 58. Ba6 e5 $11 { Also 57… Kf4 and “analysis. } 57… g3 $2 (57… Ke4 58. Ba6 e5 $11 { Also 57… Kf4 and”]”]
[[57…e5 are sufficient for a draw. }) 58. Bf1 $2 ( { Correct is } 58. Bd5 “57…e5 are sufficient for a draw. }) 58. Bf1 $2 ( { Correct is } 58. Bd5”] “[57…e5 are sufficient for a draw. }) 58. Bf1 $2 ( { Correct is } 58. Bd5 “57…e5 are sufficient for a draw. }) 58. Bf1 $2 ( { Correct is } 58. Bd5″]”]
[[e5 59. Bg2 { (or 59.Bh1) } 59… e4 60. Kb3 e3 61. Kc2 { winning }) 58… “e5 59. Bg2 { (or 59.Bh1) } 59… e4 60. Kb3 e3 61. Kc2 { winning }) 58…”] “[e5 59. Bg2 { (or 59.Bh1) } 59… e4 60. Kb3 e3 61. Kc2 { winning }) 58… “e5 59. Bg2 { (or 59.Bh1) } 59… e4 60. Kb3 e3 61. Kc2 { winning }) 58…”]”]
[[e5 $2 (58… Kf4 { (or immediately 58…Ke4) } 59. c4 Ke4 60. Kb4 e5 61. “e5 $2 (58… Kf4 { (or immediately 58…Ke4) } 59. c4 Ke4 60. Kb4 e5 61.”] “[e5 $2 (58… Kf4 { (or immediately 58…Ke4) } 59. c4 Ke4 60. Kb4 e5 61. “e5 $2 (58… Kf4 { (or immediately 58…Ke4) } 59. c4 Ke4 60. Kb4 e5 61.”]”]
[[Kc3 (61. c5 Kd5 62. Kb5 e4 63. Bg2 Kd4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q “Kc3 (61. c5 Kd5 62. Kb5 e4 63. Bg2 Kd4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q”] “[Kc3 (61. c5 Kd5 62. Kb5 e4 63. Bg2 Kd4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q “Kc3 (61. c5 Kd5 62. Kb5 e4 63. Bg2 Kd4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q”]”]
[[$11) 61… Kf3 62. c5 Kf2 63. Bh3 e4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q+ $11 “$11) 61… Kf3 62. c5 Kf2 63. Bh3 e4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q+ $11”] “[$11) 61… Kf3 62. c5 Kf2 63. Bh3 e4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q+ $11 “$11) 61… Kf3 62. c5 Kf2 63. Bh3 e4 64. c6 e3 65. c7 e2 66. c8=Q e1=Q+ $11″]”]
[[) 59. Kb3 $2 { This move again allows Black to escape } ( { White must “) 59. Kb3 $2 { This move again allows Black to escape } ( { White must”] “[) 59. Kb3 $2 { This move again allows Black to escape } ( { White must “) 59. Kb3 $2 { This move again allows Black to escape } ( { White must”]”]
[[start with } 59. Bg2 e4 (59… Kf4 60. c4 $18) 60. Kb3 Ke5 61. Kc4 $18) “start with } 59. Bg2 e4 (59… Kf4 60. c4 $18) 60. Kb3 Ke5 61. Kc4 $18)”] “[start with } 59. Bg2 e4 (59… Kf4 60. c4 $18) 60. Kb3 Ke5 61. Kc4 $18) “start with } 59. Bg2 e4 (59… Kf4 60. c4 $18) 60. Kb3 Ke5 61. Kc4 $18)”]”]
[[59… Kf4 $2 { The last mistake. } (59… Ke4 $1 60. Bg2+ Kd3 $1 { still “59… Kf4 $2 { The last mistake. } (59… Ke4 $1 60. Bg2+ Kd3 $1 { still”] “[59… Kf4 $2 { The last mistake. } (59… Ke4 $1 60. Bg2+ Kd3 $1 { still “59… Kf4 $2 { The last mistake. } (59… Ke4 $1 60. Bg2+ Kd3 $1 { still”]”]
[[achieves a draw. }) 60. Bg2 Ke3 61. Kc4 Kf2 62. Be4 (62. Be4 g2 63. Bxg2 “achieves a draw. }) 60. Bg2 Ke3 61. Kc4 Kf2 62. Be4 (62. Be4 g2 63. Bxg2”] “[achieves a draw. }) 60. Bg2 Ke3 61. Kc4 Kf2 62. Be4 (62. Be4 g2 63. Bxg2 “achieves a draw. }) 60. Bg2 Ke3 61. Kc4 Kf2 62. Be4 (62. Be4 g2 63. Bxg2″]”]
[[Kxg2 64. Kd5 $18) 1-0 “Kxg2 64. Kd5 $18) 1-0”] “[Kxg2 64. Kd5 $18) 1-0 “Kxg2 64. Kd5 $18) 1-0″]”]
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