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Walter Shipman vs Roman Dzindzichashvili
New York op (02) (1993)  ·  Indian Game: General (A45)  ·  1-0
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Jun-05-05  patzer2: Perhaps Black should have considered 17...Bxf3!?, when White also has pawn weaknesses to take care of in the endgame.
Jun-05-05  patzer2: Apparently Black over estimated his chances in the King and Pawn ending with 30...Re8?! . I would think safer for Black was 30...Rg8 or 30...Rf8 .
Jun-05-05  patzer2: Winning the endgame even quicker for White was 38. Kg5! Ke5 39. f3 gxf3 40. gxf3 .
Jun-05-05
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  offramp: I reckon that no one has ever played a K+P endong right!
Jun-05-05
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  Landman: 26... Rxe4 is quite strong. I'm guessing the game score is incorrect somewhere.
Jun-06-05  patzer2: <Landman> Good catch! I suspect 25. Ne4 Be7 26. Qxd7+ Kxd7 is correct.
Jun-07-05
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  Landman: That must be it. 25.Ne4 Qxf5? 26.Nxd6+
Feb-20-12  Penguincw: If black takes the f3 pawn, then white will get the f5 pawn, win both of black's pawns, and black will only get one white pawn. The spare one will lead to victory.

For instance, this may not be the best example, but it's just an example: 43...Kxf3 44.Kxf5 Ke3 45.Ke5 Kd3 46.Kd6 Kc3 47.Kxc6 Kb3 (47...Kc4 48.Kb6 Kb3 49.Kxb6 Kxa3 and the position is similar, just # of moves, see diagram 2) 48.Kxb5 Kxa3 49.Ka5 Kb3 50.b5 Kc4 51.b6 Kc5 52.b7 Kc6 53.c8=Q (see diagram 1) 1-0 and white to mate soon.

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