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Fred Dewhirst Yates vs Carl Schlechter
Bad Pistyan (1912), Pistyan (Piestany) AUH, rd 9, May-30
Queen Pawn Game: Stonewall Attack (D00)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Sep-18-06  Resignation Trap: Schlechter pointed out a win that he missed: 40...Qh1+ 41.Kf2 Qe1+ 42.Kf3 Kh8! so if 43.Qxf7 Qe2#. And if 43.N-any, 43...Re3+ and 44...Qxg3+ is decisive.
Apr-20-16
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  Mateo: <Resignation Trap> Yes. But Schlechter agreed to a draw in a winning position. 49...Bd4+ should win.
Sep-08-16  Straclonoor: I'm totally agree with both opinions
Analysis by Stockfish 020916 64 POPCNT: (-4.60): 49...Bd4+ 50.Nxd4 Qxd4+ 51.Kg3 Qe3+ 52.Kh4 Qe1+ 53.Kg5 h6+ 54.Kxg6 Re6+ 55.Qf6+ Rxf6+ 56.Kxf6 Qh4+ 57.Kf5 Qd8 58.g5 Qb8 59.Ra6 hxg5 60.Kxg5 Qd8+ 61.Kg6 Qd6+ 62.Kg5 Qe7+ 63.Kg6 Qe8+ 64.Kh6 Qf8+ 65.Kg6 Qg7+ 66.Kh5 Qd7 67.a4 Kg7 68.Kh4 Qd8+ 69.Kg3 Kg6 70.Kf3 Qd3+ 71.Kf2 Kf5 72.Ra7 Kxf4 73.Ke1 Ke3 74.Re7+ Kf3 75.Rf7+ Kg4 76.Rg7+ Kf5 77.Rf7+ Ke5 78.Ra7 Qd4 79.Ra6 Kf4 Analysis by Stockfish 020916 64 POPCNT: (-6.19): 40...Qh1+ 41.Kf2 Qe1+ 42.Kf3 Kh8 43.Ne7 Rxe7 44.Ra8+ Re8 45.Rxe8+ Qxe8 46.Qd5 Kg8 47.g4 Bf8 48.g5 Qe1 49.Kg4 Qe2+ 50.Kg3 Qe3+ 51.Kg4 Qg1+ 52.Kh4 h6 53.gxh6 Qh2+ 54.Kg4 Bxh6 55.f5 Qf4+ 56.Kh3 gxf5 57.Qg2+ Kh7 58.Qg3 Qf1+ 59.Qg2 Qxb5 60.Qf3 Qe5 61.Qb3 Qf6 62.Qg3 Bf8 63.Kg2 Qc6+ 64.Kf1 Bh6 65.Qf2 Qh1+ 66.Ke2 Qe4+ 67.Kf1
May-04-17  cwcarlson: 23...♕f5 (stopping 24.♕e4) was very strong; 24.♖f7 ♖f7 25.♕a8+ ♗f8 26.♖c1 ♕h5 .
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