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Rob van der Plas vs Philip Cody
EM/M/GT/A001 (1996), ICCF Email, Sep-17
Nimzo-Indian Defense: Classical. Noa Variation (E36)  ·  1-0
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Dec-07-05  prinsallan: And another B+K finish skown by me for the beginner (I might have missed someplace, it may probarbly go faster but you get the idea):

87. .... Kd8
88. Ne5 Kc8
89. Nf7 Kb7
90. Kc5 Kc7
91. Be8 Kb7
92. Kb5 Kc7
93. Ka6 Kc8
94. Kb6 Kb8
95. Bd7 Ka8
96. Bc8 Kb8
97. Ba6 Ka8
98. Nd8 Kb8
99. Nc6+ Ka8
100. Bb7# 1-0

You can also read basics about thsi hard checkmate here: http://www.dialog.se/chess_html/bis...

Jun-06-06  PaulKeres: Thanks for this <prinsallan>, that's a very nice link!
Jun-06-06  Marvol: "HRob Evan der Plas?"

That looks like a seriously garbled Dutch name to me. Somewhere it must have been translated to Chinese and back. By someone who understands Chinese nor Dutch.

Jun-06-06
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  TheAlchemist: Perhaps it is H. Rob E. van der Plas
Jun-06-06  PaulKeres: <TheAlchemist>, I think you're probably right.
Feb-08-09  WhiteRook48: I worked out 87. Bd7+ Kb8 (...Kd8 Ne6#)
88. Kc6 Ka7 89. Kc7 Ka8 90. Kb6 Kb8 91. Na6+ Ka8 92. Bc6# 1-0
Jun-15-09  WhiteRook48: that's about the only case I can do
Sep-28-16  Martin Rattigan: Interestingly, White has mate in 22 after move 58 so long as he leaves the pawn alone. Just blockading the pawn is usually faster with a backward pawn.
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