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Miguel A Quinteros vs Ulf Andersson
America-Europe (1981), Mar del Plata ARG, rd 2, Feb-??
Semi-Slav Defense: General (D43)  ·  0-1
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Aug-17-16  Straclonoor: Pawn endgame is drawn - Analysis by Stockfish 290116 64 POPCNT: 1. = (0.00): 45...Kg7 46.f4 Kxg6 47.e6 Kf6 48.f5 a5 49.Ke2 a4 50.Kf3 h5 51.Kg3 b5 52.Kh4 c5 53.Kxh5 b4 54.Kh6 bxa3 55.bxa3 c4 56.e7 Kxe7 57.Kg7 c3 58.f6+ Kd7 59.f7 c2 60.f8Q c1Q 61.Qf5+ Kd6 62.Qf6+ Kc7 63.Qe5+ Kc6 64.Qe4+ Kc7 65.Qe5+
Aug-17-16  7he5haman: <Straclonoor> So 54.axb4 was the mistake and 54.Kh6 would have drawn?
Aug-17-16  Straclonoor: Yes. white missed a tempo, gave black pawn and chance to promote queen first. After exchanging queens black promote pawn.
Aug-20-18  Olavi: A very impressive game by Andersson, starting with 26...Qe6. Obviously the time control on move 56 explains 54.axb4?? (pointed out in Schaakbulletin in 1981).
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