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Oscar Chajes vs Newell Williams Banks
Chicago (1926), Chicago, IL USA, rd 3, Aug-23
Caro-Kann Defense: Advance Variation (B12)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Sep-04-17  Straclonoor: Knight ending totally won for black. here the line from Lomonosov TB7

54. Nd7 Kc6 55. Nb8+ Kb5 56. Ke5 Nc2 57. Nd7 Nxb4 58. Kd4 a5 59. Kc3 Nd5+ 60. Kb3 a4+ 61. Ka3 Ka5 62. Ne5 b5 63. Nc6+ Ka6 64. Nb8+ Kb6 65. Nd7+ Ka5 66. Ne5 b4+ 67. Kb2 b3 68. Nd3 Ne3 69. Kc3 Nd1+ 70. Kc4 b2 71. Nxb2 Nxb2+ 72. Kc3 a3 73. Kb3 Nc4 74. Ka2 Ka4 75. Ka1 Ne3 76. Kb1 Kb3 77. Kc1 a2 78. Kd2 Nd5 79. Ke2 a1=Q 80. Kf2 Qc1 81. Ke2 Qc3 82. Kf2 Nf4 83. Kf1 Qf3+ 84. Ke1 Qe2#

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