|Oct-04-08|| ||sneaky pete: Excuse me, I don't see how white can save himself in the final position.|
|Oct-04-08|| ||Karpova: J. H. Sarratt: <Salvio leaves here off, and says that White will win. He appears to be correct in his assertion; but the game is, nevertheless, difficult.>|
From page 271 of J. H. Sarratt's "The Works of Damiano, Ruy Lopez and Salvio on the Game of Chess", London 1813.
|Oct-04-08|| ||sneaky pete: <Karpova> Thanks for the link. Note that black made the first move, and when after|
B(lack) K.B. takes K.B.P., and checks
W(hite) K. to his second square, and afterwards Q. to her K.R. third square
the evaluation is <White will win>, this means that Salvio believes the second player will win, just as I suspected.
A correct transription would have been 1.e5 e4 2.Bc5 Bc4 3.Nf6 d3 with as the final move <Wanna Be>'s 12... Ke2!! and wins.
|Oct-04-08|| ||SwitchingQuylthulg: We're not so convinced Black is winning here; getting his piece back on the h-file (after ...Qh6 Nh3 Qh7 and ...gxh3), yes, but winning?|
|Oct-05-08|| ||Karpova: <zanshin> analysed the final position with Rybka 3 and Fruit: crafty chessforum|
I give the first lines:
Deep Rybka 3:
<[+0.79] d=18 13.Qb3 g3 14.Ra2 gxf2 (0:47.01)>
<[+1.03] d=22 13.Qb3 Qh6 14.Nh3 Qh7 15.Bg5 Kf8 16.Kh2 gxh3 17.g3 g6 18.Bf6 Qxf7 19.Qxf7 Kxf7 20.Bxh8 Nc6 21.a5 Ba7 22.f4 exf4 23.Rxf4 Kg8 24.Bf6 Be6 25.Nd2 Rf8 26.d4 (2:52.06)>
|Oct-16-08|| ||crafty: 13. a5 a7 14. b3 h6 15. h3 h7 16. g5+ (eval 1.15; depth 16 ply; 2000M nodes)|
|Mar-16-09|| ||dwavechess: 4/12 concur with rybka 3 at 3 min. per move with rybka.abk book for Salvio|
|Jul-24-09|| ||just a kid: If Ke7 has been played,White is lost.=)|
|May-22-11|| ||IRONCASTLEVINAY: NN wanted to open the h-file.|