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Klaus Junge vs Gosta Stoltz
Salzburg (1942), Salzburg AUT, rd 6, Jun-14
Slav Defense: Quiet Variation (D11)  ·  1-0
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Aug-11-13  drunknite: from whitesharks endgame collection: But how is it lost? After ...Bxb6 if the black K can post up on f7 it's a dead draw.
Aug-11-13  Karpova: <drunknite: After ...Bxb6 if the black K can post up on f7 it's a dead draw.>

But can he? 70...Bxb6 71.Kd5 Kc8 72.Ke6 Kd8 73.Kxf5 Ke7 74.Kg6

Aug-11-13
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  offramp: ...But personally I'd have played a half-a-dozen more moves to see what happened.
Aug-11-13  drunknite: why does he have to take the pawn first, Karpova? cant the B do it later, after all what is his role in all this?
Aug-12-13  Karpova: <drunknite> What can he do instead of taking it? He can't ignore it but by waiting, e. g. preventing the White King from approaching, he allows White to protect the pawn - 70...Kc6 71.Bc7 (the Black King has to attend to the pawn while his White counterpart can move to the kingside, in case of 71...Bxb6 72.Bxb6 Kxb6 the pawn endgame is winning for White).
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