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Henrique Mecking vs Alexey Shirov
3rd Floripa Open (2017), Florianopolis BRA, rd 7, Jan-24
Neo-Grünfeld Defense: Ultra-delayed Exchange Variation (D79)  ·  1/2-1/2


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Jun-08-17  Illogic: 21. Nd7, a hell of a move there.
Jun-08-17  cunctatorg: Glad to see GM Henrique Mecking back in business with health good enough and a fighting spirit.
Jun-09-17  Isilimela: Wow - I had also thought GM Mecking was out of the picture altogether. Great to seem him back in action.

Where have you been all these years ??

Jun-09-17  Howard: Still remember his 1991 comeback---it started with a match against Seirawan, as I recall.
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White to move

1) +2.14 (33 ply) <28.Qc1> Qb5 29.Bf3 Ra6 30.Bh6 Rc6 31.fxe6 Rxe6 32.Bxg7 Kxg7 33.Qc5 Qxc5 34.dxc5 Re7 35.Rxb7 Kf8 36.Bxd5 h5 37.Kf3 Bc8 38.Rb6 hxg4+ 39.hxg4 Rc7 40.Rxf6+ Kg7 41.Rc6 Rxc6 42.Bxc6 Kf6 43.e4 g5 44.Be8 Ke5 45.c6 Ba6 46.Ke3 Bc4 47.Bg6 Kd6 48.Kd4 Be2 49.Bf5 Kxc6 50.e5 Bd1

2) +1.40 (32 ply) 28.Rxd7 Rxd2 29.Bxd2 gxf5 30.gxf5 Qc2 31.fxe6 Bf8 32.Bf4 Qf5 33.e3 b5 34.Bxd5 Be7 35.Bg2 Kf8 36.d5 Bb4 37.Bf3 h5 38.Rf7+ Kg8 39.Rc7 Kf8 40.Kg2 Qg6+ 41.Kh2 Qd3 42.Rd7 Qf5 43.Rb7 Qd3 44.h4 Qf1 45.Bg2 Qf2 46.d6 Qxh4+ 47.Kg1 Qe1+ 48.Bf1 Bc5 49.Rb8+ Kg7 50.e7

3) +0.56 (32 ply) 28.Qxa2 Qxa2 29.Rxd7 gxf5 30.gxf5 Qb1 31.fxe6 Qf5+ 32.Kg3 Kf8 33.Bd2 Qg6+ 34.Kf2 Bh6 35.Bb4+ Ke8 36.Rxb7 Qf5+ 37.Bf3 Qxe6 38.Re7+ Qxe7 39.Bxe7 Kxe7 40.Bxd5 f5 41.e3 Bg7 42.Kf3 h5 43.Bc4 Kf6 44.Bd3 Bf8 45.Be2 h4 46.Bc4 Be7 47.e4 fxe4+ 48.Kxe4 Kg5 49.Bd3 Bf6

6.0 minute analysis by Stockfish 9 v010218

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