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Alexey Shirov vs Alvis Vitolinsh
Riga (Latvia) (1986)
Trompowsky Attack: General (A45)  ·  0-1

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Feb-01-12  master of defence: Wheres the win here? After 55... Kxf4 56. Kb7 Ke5 57. Kxa6 f4 58. Kxa7 f3 59. Kb7 f2 60. a6 f1=Q 61. a7 draw. Or white loses in time?
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  Stonehenge: doesn't seem to work atm. Perhaps black plays 57...Kd6 instead of ...f4.
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  Sastre: 55...Kxf4 56.Kb7 Ke5 57.Kxa6 f4 58.Kxa7 f3 59.Kb7 f2 60.a6 f1Q 61.a7 Qf3+ 62.Kb8 Qf8+ 63.Kb7 Qe7+ 64.Kb6 Qd8+ 65.Kb7 Qd7+ 66.Kb6 (66.Kb8 Kd6) Qc8 wins.
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  Stonehenge: Yes, white's problem is something like:

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Feb-01-12  master of defence: Thanks, <Sastre> and <Stonehenge> for your analysis. I don't continue with my analysis, because i was thinking what king and queen vs king and rook pawn is a draw with the pawn in 7 file and the king protecting your pawn too in 7 file. This is a good example what i was wrong about that.
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