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Alexey Dreev vs Alexander Beliavsky
USSR 48/570 Dreev,A (1989), ch
Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation. General (D55)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Aug-28-12  vinidivici: Guys, i know 55.h4 is a good move, it prevents the checkmate after Qd3. I played to my engine after move 54. And done the 55.Rh8 and got a draw also. But maybe my second engine isnt so strong. Or maybe my move:55.Rh8 is also strong.

55.Rh8 Rg2
56.Rh3 d3
57.Rh8 Ra2
58.Rc8+ Kd4
59.Rd8+ Ke4
60.Re8+ Kf4
61.Rf8+ Ke3
62.Re8+ Kf3
63.Rf8+ Kg2
64.Rg8 g4
65.Rxg4+ Kf3
66.Rg8 d2
67.Rd8 draw

Aug-28-12  vinidivici: have done the calculate myself.
55...Rxh4 is a weak move. giving the opponent a draw in the rooks endgames.

55...Rg1 is strong move.
The point is to make 2 passed pawns altogether meanwhile white passed pawn could be guarded by the rook. 55...Rg1 (a must)
56.ke2 d3+
57.kd2 Rg2+
58.kd1 g4
59.Rc8+ kd4
60.Rd8+ Ke3
61.Re8+ kf3
62.Rd8 Rh2
63.Rxd3+ Kg2
64.Kd2 g3
65.Ke3 Rxh4
66.Rd2+ Kh3
67.Kf3 Rh8
68.Rd6 Rf8+
69.Ke2 Kg2
70.Ke3 Kg1
71.Rh6 g2
72.Ke2...reach the lucena position (0-1)

Aug-29-12  vinidivici: comments?
Aug-30-12  Shams: <vini> 59.h5 an improvement?
Aug-30-12  vinidivici: <shams> nope. 59.h5 then 59...Rh2. 60.Rxg4+ Kc3

Like what i've said h-pawn guarded then with mate threat, white king should move from strong position and now blacks joint king and pawn just too much for white king.

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