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Fyodor Ivanovich Dus Chotimirsky vs Oldrich Duras
Hamburg (1910), Hamburg GER, rd 1, Jul-18
Queen's Gambit Declined: Queen's Knight Variation (D31)  ·  1/2-1/2
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Apr-26-19  Straclonoor: 25....Nc3? - missed clear win for Duras.

Analysis by Stockfish 120419 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-5.77): 25...Nb6 26.Kf2 Bxe2 27.Kxe2 Rxd4 28.Rxd4 Rxc2+ 29.Rd2 Rc5 30.Kd1 Nc6 31.f4 a4 32.bxa4 Nc4 33.Rf2 Nd4 34.Rb1 b3 35.Rc1 Kd6 36.a5 Kc6 37.f5 b2 38.Rb1 exf5 39.exf5 Rxa5 40.Rfxb2 Nxb2+ 41.Rxb2 Nxf5 42.Ke2 Kd5 43.Kf3 Nd6 44.Rc2 Nc4 45.g4 Ra4 46.g5 Kd4

2. -+ (-5.61): 25...Nb2 26.Kf2 a4 27.f4 Ng4+ 28.Ke1 a3 29.e5 Bb7 30.h4 Bxg2 31.Nb5 Rxc2 32.Rxc2 Nd3+ 33.Kd2 Nxf4+ 34.Nd6 Nxe2 35.Rc7+ Rd7 36.Rxd7+ Kxd7 37.Kxe2 Nxe5 38.Nb5 Bd5 39.Nxa3 bxa3 40.Rxa3 Nc6 41.b4 e5 42.Ra4 h5 43.Kd2 Kc7 44.Kc3 Kb6 45.Ra1 Kb5 46.Ra8 f5 47.Rh8 g6 48.Rh6

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