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Alexey Dreev vs Aleksandr Rakhmanov
Capablanca Memorial (2018), Havana CUB, rd 2, May-10
Indian Game: Dzindzi-Indian Defense (E10)  ·  1-0


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  PhilFeeley: Interesting final position, similar to Bruzon-Shankland. White is up a pawn, but no certainty of a win. Then, black blunders with 44...Ba5. Probably resigned immediately, like I would. I can't see this as a time trouble problem. I wonder what happened.
May-14-18  NBZ: Wonder if it was touch move? Truly a mind-boggling move to make even in extreme time pressure, especially with the 30 second increment.
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  Troller: Chessbomb has an updated pgn now where Black plays 44..Rc8 and resigns at move 84.
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  FSR: According to Chessbomb, the game concluded 44...Rc8 45. Rh1 Bd8 46. Ke2 Ba5 47. Ba1 Rc2+ 48. Ke3 Ra2 49. Be5 Bb4 50. Rd1 Rh2 51. h4 Bc5+ 52. Bd4 Bd6 53. Kf3 Rc2 54. Rd3 Rc1 55. Bb6 Rc6 56. Re3+ Kd7 57. Bd4 Rc2 58. Rd3 Ke6 59. Bc3 Bc5 60. Bd2 Rb2 61. Be3 Bd6 62. Rc3 Kd7 63. Bd4 Bb4 64. Re3 Rd2 65. Bc3 Bxc3 66. Rxc3 Kd6 67. Ke3 Rb2 68. Kd4 Re2 69. Rc8 Rd2+ 70. Kc3 Rg2 71. Rg8 Kd5 72. Kb4 Ke4 73. Rg5 b6 74. Rg6 Kf3 75. Rxb6 Rxg3 76. Rxa6 Kxf4 77. a5 Rh3 78. Rc6 Kg4 79. a6 Rh1 80. Kb5 Ra1 81. Kb6 f4 82. a7 f3 83. Rf6 Kg3 84. Kb7 1-0 Correction slip submitted.
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  jith1207: Chess24 seems to agree with the correction as well.
Jun-14-18  Alexandro: I think that black has lost pawn on d5(22th move) for nothing... until that moment the match had been equal, a real draw!!!
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