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JustWoodshifting
Member since Jul-17-06 · Last seen Jun-19-18
Name: Karl

Favourite Players: Capablanca, Tal, & Chigorin

My ELO: Unknown (no recent tournament experience)

Favourite Chess Opening: Kt-f3

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   JustWoodshifting has kibitzed 1038 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-12-17 Ganguly vs P Tregubov, 2016 (replies)
 
JustWoodshifting: <Patzer2>: After 25.Be3--Nxc2+---26.K-f2 I would have definitely gone greedy and taken the Rook on A1. Instead, SF-8 plays 26.--Qc8 and Chessmaster XI plays 26.--Kc7. Karl
 
   Jan-19-17 Van Wely vs Eljanov, 2017
 
JustWoodshifting: I still don't know where van Wely went wrong. He played the best computer lines. Ahhh, maybe that was it.
 
   Mar-05-16 Team White vs Team Black, 2015 (replies)
 
JustWoodshifting: <RV>: If we had played <10.a5>: [Event "Shootout (Stockfish 7 x64)"] [Site "My Burgh"] [Date "2016.03.04"] [Round "4.2"] [White "Stockfish 7 x64"] [Black "Stockfish 7 x64"] [Result "1/2-1/2"] [ECO "E97"] [WhiteElo "3340"] [BlackElo ...
 
   Dec-31-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
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Nov-06-12
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  JustWoodshifting: Tue Oct 07, 2012:

<21.hxg4 Bxd3 22.Qxd3+ Kg8> Depth = 25

Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64:

1. (1.35): 23.b4 Rae8 24.Rf1[] a6 25.Ra2 Bh4 26.Rh2 Bg3 27.Rh3 Bxf4[] 28.g5 Qe7 29.Nxd5 cxd5 30.Bxf4 h5 31.Rxh5 Rf5 32.Qh3 Nf8 33.g6 Nxg6 34.Rxf5 exf5 35.Qxf5 Qf7 36.Qxf7+ Kxf7 37.Bh6+ Kg8 38.Bg5

2. (0.71): 23.Rg2 a6 24.b4 Rae8 25.f5 Bd8 26.Bd2 Bg5 27.fxe6 Rxe6 28.Rf1 Qe8 29.Nf5 Rg6 30.Bxg5 Rxg5 31.Qg3 Qe6 32.Rgf2 Rf7 33.Qh4

3. (0.67): 23.f5 Bg5 24.Rg2 Bxe3 25.Qxe3 Rae8 26.Bd2 exf5 27.gxf5 Qh5+ 28.Kg1 Rxf5 29.Qxh6 Qxh6 30.Bxh6 Re7 31.Rf1 Rxf1+ 32.Kxf1[] Nf8 33.Ke2 Ne6 34.Be3 Re8 35.Rh2 Kf7 36.Kd3

4. (0.64): 23.Rf1 Qe8 24.f5 a6 25.Kh2 Bd8 26.b4 Bg5 27.fxe6 Bxe3 28.Bxe3 Qxe6 29.Rf5 Qg6 30.Kh3 Rf7 31.Raf1 Raf8 32.R1f2 Qe6

5. (0.56): 23.Bd2 c5 24.Qxb5 Rfd8 25.Qe2 Rab8 26.Rgb1 Rb3 27.Ra3 Rdb8 28.Rxb3 Rxb3 29.f5 Bd8 30.Qd1 c4 31.a6 Nb8 32.fxe6 Qxe6 33.Qf3

6. (0.32): 23.Qe2 Rae8 24.f5 Bg5 25.Rf1 Qe7 26.Kg2 a6 27.Bd2 c5 28.fxe6 Qxe6 29.Nf5 Be7 30.Nxe7+ Rxe7 31.Rxf8+ Nxf8 32.Rf1 Ng6 33.Be1

Nov-06-12
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  JustWoodshifting: Thanks for the in-put, <Wild Bill>, <WinKing> & <capafan>. I haven't been able to put any in-put into the game lately due to my work load. So, I appreciate your responses here on my forum.
Nov-07-12
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  morfishine: Hello <JustWoodshifting>! I see you are hosting analysis of <22...g6>; Though the engines rate this move poorly (as well as a number of top analysts), somehow it crept in as a candidate, so its worth a look. In any case, its hard to find a move by Black that is not poor!

So I'm thinking, Black must be looking at sacrificing an exchange or a piece to at least activate his remaining pieces. Desperate times breed desperate measures. Otherwise, he's buried. (BTW: this is all with a view to threaten a repetition or achieve a table-base draw; for example, R vs R + N; its hard to imagine Black working towards a win).

Looking at White's #1 candidate <23.Rg2>, lets start thinking off-the charts with <23...Bf6>; White should accept the piece; otherwise Black plays 24...Bg7 and his defense has improved; So, after <24.exf6 Nxf6> we are here:


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For a piece, Black has achieved some activity (plus garnered a pawn). Black has 25...Ne4 taking pressure of his g-pawn, or he has the option of <Ng8> shoring up <h6>

Also from this position, Black can actually formulate a plan: Once the Knight moves, Play the Queen to <c7> with a double-attack on the f-pawn. Or he can even think about <h5> trying to undercut White's pawn-roller since <gxh5 Nxh5> and he's at least playing

It looks like the prudent thing for White is to take steps to challenge a Knight on <e4>; so, <25.Nd1> followed by <26.Nf2> looks like one plan; or <25.Nf1> followed by <26.Ng3> looks like another; Either way, Black has at least succeeded in forcing White to alter its plans.

If nothing else, its fun to look at

Nov-14-12
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  JustWoodshifting: <23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 Re8>

Depth = 23

Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64:

1. (2.53): 25.Ra2 Rb8 26.g5 Kh8 27.Rh2 Nf8 28.Rg1 Qxf4 29.Nxd5 Qf5[] 30.gxh6 g6 31.Nf4 g5 32.Qxf5 exf5 33.Nh5 Nh7 34.Ng7 Rf8 35.Kg2 Be7 36.Kf3 Rf7 37.Rh5

2. (0.67): 25.f5 Nf8 26.Ng2 exf5 27.Qxf5 Qe7 28.Nf4 Bc7 29.Be3

Nov-17-12
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  JustWoodshifting: Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64: Depth = 27

1. (2.21): 25...Qe8 26.Rh2 Rf7 27.g5[] Nf8 28.gxh6 g6 29.Rg1 Kh8 30.Rg4 Raa7 31.Kg2 Rad7 32.Kf1 Rh7 33.Ke1 Rdf7 34.Kd2 Be7 35.Kc2 Qd8 36.Kb1 Qc7 37.Ka2 Bd8

2. (2.49): 25...Bh4 26.Rh2[] Bg3 27.Rh3[] Bxf4[] 28.Rhf3[] Qe7 29.Rxf4[] Rxf4 30.Rxf4[] Qh4+ 31.Kg2 Rf8 32.Rxf8+ Nxf8 33.Qe2 Qg5 34.Qd1 Qh4 35.Qh1 Qg5 36.Kg3 Qg6 37.Qd1 Qe4 38.Qc2 Qh1 39.Ng2 g5 40.Be3 Qa1

3. (2.36): 25...Ra7 26.g5 g6 27.gxh6 Kh8 28.Rg2 Rg8 29.Rfg1 Qh7 30.Rxg6 Rxg6 31.Qxg6 Nf8 32.Qh5 Qe4+ 33.Ng2 Kh7 34.Kh2 Qg6 35.Qxg6+ Nxg6 36.f5 exf5 37.Nf4 Nf8 38.Be3 Rf7 39.Kh3 Rc7 40.Rc1 Rf7

4. (2.04): 25...Kh8 26.Rh2 Rg8 27.g5 Nf8 28.Rg1 g6 29.Rxh6+ Kg7[] 30.Kg2 Rh8 31.Rxh8 Kxh8 32.Qe2 Kg7 33.Kg3 Nh7 34.Ng4 Qf5 35.Nf6 Nf8 36.Be3 Kf7 37.Rh1

5. (1.90): 25...c5 26.bxc5 Nb8 27.g5 Nc6 28.gxh6 g6[] 29.Rg2 Ne7 30.Ba3 Kh8 31.Bb4 Rc8 32.Kg1 Kh7 33.Rf3 Rh8 34.Rh2 Rg8 35.Kf2 Nc6 36.Rh1 Kh8 37.Kg2

6. (1.76): 25...Re8 26.g5 Kh8 27.gxh6 g6 28.Rg2 Nf8 29.Kg1 Qd7 30.Kf2 Bh4+ 31.Kf3 Qh7 32.Rh1 Bd8 33.Ke2 Ra7 34.Kd1 Rf7 35.Kc2

Nov-18-12
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  DcGentle: Repost:

Well, didn't see anything after <25... g5> on the <AT> so far, and because I was curious how bad this move for Black is, I gave it a chance:

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nf3 e6 5. Be2 Nd7 6. O-O Bg6 7. a4 Ne7 8. a5 Nf5 9. c3 h6 10. Nbd2 Be7 11. g4 Nh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. f4 f5 14. Bd3 O-O 15. Kh1 Qe8 16. Qc2 Kh7 17. Rg1 Be7 18. Nf1 Qf7 19. h3 b5 20. Ne3 fxg4 21. hxg4 Bxd3 22. Qxd3+ Kg8 23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 a6 25. Ra2 g5


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26. f5 Qh7 27. Rh2 Bc7 28. Kg2 Nxe5 29. dxe5 Bxe5 30. Rh3 Rae8 31. Rfh1 Rf6 32. Nf1 exf5 33. Bxg5 Rg6 34. Rxh6 Qf7 35. R1h5 Rxh6 36. Rxh6 fxg4 37. Nh2 Bxc3 38. Rg6+ Bg7 39. Bf6 Re2+ 40. Kf1 Rxh2 41. Rxg7+


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Black will lose his queen and most likely resign.

Qxg7 42. Bxg7 Kxg7 43. Qd4+ Kh7 44. Qxg4 Rh6 45. Ke2 Rh2+ 46. Kf3 Rh6 47. Kf4 d4 48. Kf5 d3 49. Qe4 Rg6 50. Qxd3 Rg7 51. Kf6+ Kg8 52. Qd8+ Kh7 53. Qe8 c5 54. bxc5 b4 55. Qh5+ Kg8 56. c6 Rg1 57. c7 Rf1+ 58. Kg6 Rg1+ 59. Kh6 Kf8 60. c8=Q+ Ke7 61. Qhc5+ Kf7 62. Q5f8# 1-0

Nov-18-12
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  DcGentle: Repost:

Ok. The following line shows the power of the early g5 attack after <25... Kh8>. Enjoy!

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nf3 e6 5. Be2 Nd7 6. O-O Bg6 7. a4 Ne7 8. a5 Nf5 9. c3 h6 10. Nbd2 Be7 11. g4 Nh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. f4 f5 14. Bd3 O-O 15. Kh1 Qe8 16. Qc2 Kh7 17. Rg1 Be7 18. Nf1 Qf7 19. h3 b5 20. Ne3 fxg4 21. hxg4 Bxd3 22. Qxd3+ Kg8 23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 a6 25. Ra2 Kh8


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26. g5 Rg8 27. g6 Qe8 28. Rg2 Rf8 29. Bd2 Ra7 30. Qe2 Kg8 31. Qh5 Qe7 32. Rh2 Qe8 33. Ng4 Bg5 34. Kg1 Bh4 35. Rxh4 Nb8 36. Nxh6+ gxh6 37. Qxh6 Qxg6+ 38. Qxg6+ Rg7 39. Qxg7+ Kxg7 40. f5 exf5 41. Bh6+ Kg6 42. Bxf8 Nd7 43. Rh6+ Kg5 44. Bg7 f4 45. Kf2 c5 46. Rg1+ Kf5 47. Kf3 cxd4 48. Rhg6 Nxe5+ 49. Bxe5 Kxe5 50. R1g5# 1-0


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Nov-19-12
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  JustWoodshifting: Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64: Depth = 27

1. (2.21): 25...Qe8 26.Rh2 Rf7 27.g5[] Nf8 28.gxh6 g6

2. (2.49): 25...Bh4 26.Rh2[] Bg3 27.Rh3[] Bxf4[] 28.Rhf3[] Qe7 29.Rxf4[] Rxf4 30.Rxf4[] Qh4+ 31.Kg2 Rf8 32.Rxf8+ Nxf8

3. (2.36): 25...Ra7 26.g5 g6 27.gxh6 Kh8

4. (2.04): 25...Kh8 26.Rh2 Rg8 27.g5 Nf8

5. (1.90): 25...c5 26.bxc5 Nb8 27.g5 Nc6

6. (1.76): 25...Re8 26.g5 Kh8 27.gxh6 g6

Analysis by Houdini 1.5a x64: Depth = 28

1. (2.47): 25...Ra7 26.g5 g6 27.Ng4 Qe8 28.Nxh6+ Kg7

2. (2.99): 25...g6 26.f5 Qg7 27.Rg1 Bg5 28.fxe6 Nxe5 29.dxe5 Rf3

3. (3.09): 25...Qe8 26.g5 g6 27.gxh6 Kh7 28.Rg2 Rg8

4. (3.13): 25...Kh8 26.Rh2 Rg8 27.f5 Nf8 28.fxe6 Qxe6

5. (3.21): 25...Bh4 26.Rg1 Kh8 27.Rh2 Bd8 28.Rf1 Rg8

6. (3.31): 25...Re8 26.g5 Kh8 27.Rh2 Nf8 28.Rg1 Qxf4 29.Nxd5 Qf5 30.gxh6 g6

Nov-19-12  tbentley: Analysis of 26. Rh2 Bg3 27. Rh3 Bxf4 28. Ng2?! Bxc1 29. Rxf7 Rxf7 (last three half-moves appear to be forced):

Rybkav2.3.2a.mp.x64, 23 ply:

1) 30. Nh4 Nf8 31. Nf3 Nh7 32. Qg6 Re8 33. Kg2 Ree7 34. Rh1 Ng5 35. Nxg5 Bxg5 36. Rf1 Rxf1 (+0.73)

2) 30. Ne1 Rf4 31. Qd1 Rf1+ 32. Kg2 Raf8 33. Qe2 R1f4 34. Nd3 Re4 35. Qd1 Bg5 36. Rh1 Rf7 (+0.70)

3) 30. Rf3 Rxf3 31. Qxf3 Rf8 32. Qd1 Bg5 33. Kh2 Rf7 34. Ne1 Rf4 35. Kg3 Re4 36. Nd3 Re3+ (+0.70)

Therefore 28. Rhf3 appears to be the only reasonable move.

Nov-19-12
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  DcGentle: Repost:

<ajile> I have to agree to <MikeB20> that <26. Rh2> looks more and more drawish. It's the trap Akobian wants us to decoy into, and disingenuously the engines support him and deceive our voters. Oh man.

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nf3 e6 5. Be2 Nd7 6. O-O Bg6 7. a4 Ne7 8. a5 Nf5 9. c3 h6 10. Nbd2 Be7 11. g4 Nh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. f4 f5 14. Bd3 O-O 15. Kh1 Qe8 16. Qc2 Kh7 17. Rg1 Be7 18. Nf1 Qf7 19. h3 b5 20. Ne3 fxg4 21. hxg4 Bxd3 22. Qxd3+ Kg8 23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 a6 25. Ra2 Bh4 26. Rh2 Bg3 27. Rh3 Bxf4 28. Rhf3 g5 29. Ng2 Qh7 30. Bxf4 Qxd3 31. Rxd3 Rf7 32. Rdf3 Raf8 33. Kh2 Kg7 34. Kg3 Kg6


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Nov-26-12
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  JustWoodshifting: I've been really busy here with a heck of a workload. I think I missed our 25th move!!
Nov-30-12
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  blue wave: After <28.Nf1 Kf7!?>

HIARCS 14

[+4.39] d=25 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rh8 31.Rfh3 Rxh7 32.Rxh7 (0:04:06) 440890kN

[+4.14] d=24 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 c5 33.dxc5 Qc6 34.fxe6 (0:02:11) 233382kN

[+3.92] d=23 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rh8 31.Rfh3 Rxh7 32.Rxh7 (0:00:57) 101837kN

[+3.67] d=22 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 Kd7 33.fxe6+ Kxe6 34.Ng3 g6 35.Bh6 (0:00:26) 46348kN

[+3.44] d=21 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rh8 31.Rfh3 Rxh7 32.Rxh7 (0:00:13) 23338kN

[+3.20] d=20 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 Bc7 33.Bg5+ Kd7 34.fxe6+ Qxe6 35.Rxf7+ Qxf7 36.Qf5+ Ke8 37.e6 Qxf5 38.gxf5 Bd6 39.Ne3 Ra7 40.Kg2 Ra8 41.Ng4 Rc8 (0:00:06) 11163kN

[+3.18] d=19 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 Bc7 33.Bg5+ Kd7 34.fxe6+ Qxe6 35.Rxf7+ Qxf7 36.Qf5+ Ke8 37.e6 Qxf5 38.gxf5 Bd6 39.Ne3 Rb8 40.Kg2 (0:00:04) 7332kN

[+2.97] d=18 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 (0:00:02) 3928kN

[+2.94] d=17 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rh8 31.Rfh3 Rg8 32.f5 Nf8 33.Rxg7+ Rxg7 34.f6+ Kf7 35.fxg7 (0:00:01) 2787kN

[+2.65] d=17 29.Rxh6 (0:00:01) 1655kN

[+2.40] d=16 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 Nf8 32.Rh8 Kd7 33.Ng3 (0:00:00) 1122kN

[+2.16] d=16 29.Rxh6 Ke7 30.Rh7 Rf7 31.f5 (0:00:00) 782kN

No salvation here for him I think.

Dec-01-12
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  morfishine: Hi <JustWoodshifting>!

I see you have "All other moves"

I am looking at <28...c5>

No doubt, Black's position is horrendous, but consider 28.Nf1 c5 29.bxc5 and here <29...Nb8> (instead of 29...Rf7)

Now <30.g5 Rf5 31.gxh6 g6 32.Ng3 Qf7 33.Nxf5 exf5 34.Rg3 Kh7 35.Rhg2 Nc6> and we are here:


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If White gives up the 2-rooks for Queen+pawn, we get: <36.Rxg6 Qxg6 37.Rxg6 Kxg6>


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If 38.Qh3 Be7 and Black stops the pawn


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Undoubtedly, White is in total control; However, I believe 29...Nb8 has improved over 29...Rf7

Also, White must play with extreme precision from here on in...

Just trying to help the team

Best, Morf

Dec-03-12
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  DcGentle: Repost:

<<kwid>: Dec-03-12 <YouRang: <morfishine><I am concerned about> <29...Qf8> We need to shorten this line which has mate in 50 moves.>

Here there is my line with <29. Rfh3 Qf8>:

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nf3 e6 5. Be2 Nd7 6. O-O Bg6 7. a4 Ne7 8. a5 Nf5 9. c3 h6 10. Nbd2 Be7 11. g4 Nh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. f4 f5 14. Bd3 O-O 15. Kh1 Qe8 16. Qc2 Kh7 17. Rg1 Be7 18. Nf1 Qf7 19. h3 b5 20. Ne3 fxg4 21. hxg4 Bxd3 22. Qxd3+ Kg8 23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 a6 25. Ra2 Bh4 26. Rf3 Qe8 27. Rh2 Bd8 28. Nf1 Rf7 29. Rfh3 Qf8


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30. Ng3 Qe7 31. f5 Nf8 32. fxe6 Qxe6 33. Bxh6 Ng6 34. Nf5 Raa7 35. Be3 Rfd7 36. Rh7 Rdc7 37. g5 Rd7 38. Nh4 Nxh4 39. R7xh4 Kf7 40. g6+ Qxg6 41. Rf2+ Kg8 42. Qxg6 Bxh4 43. Qe8+ Kh7 44. Rh2 Rf7 45. Rxh4+ Kg6 46. Qe6+ Rf6 47. exf6 Rf7 48. Qg4+ Kxf6 49. Bg5+ Kg6 50. Be7# 1-0


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Dec-09-12
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  morfishine: Hey <JustWoodshifting> If you got the time, check out this alternative line starting with <31.Rf2>. The idea behind 31.Rf2 is to give a nice square <h2> for our Knight, which in turn allows our Knight to enter the battle through another nice square, <f3>. Besides that, our rook on <h3> becomes a terror

31.Rf2 Qd7 32.Nh2 Nh7 33.Bxh6 gxh6 34.Rxh6 Qe7 35.Rg6+ Kf8 36.Nf3 exf5 37.gxf5 Rxf5 38.Qxf5+ Qf7 39.Rf6 Nxf6 40.exf6 Bxf6 41.Qg4 Qh7+ 42.Nh4 Qb1+ 43.Kh2 Rf7 44.Ng6+ Ke8 45.Qc8+ Bd8 46.Re2+


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Its fun looking at different lines :)

Dec-12-12
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  PawnSac: OK SO HERE WE ARE AFTER...
1.e4 c6 2.d4 d5 3.e5 Bf5 4.Nf3 e6 5.Be2 Nd7 6.O-O Bg6 7.a4 Ne7 8.a5 Nf5 9.c3 h6 10.Nbd2 Be7 11.g4 Nh4 12.Nxh4 Bxh4 13.f4 f5 14.Bd3 O-O 15.Kh1 Qe8 16.Qc2 Kh7 17.Rg1 Be7 18.Nf1 Qf7 19.h3 b5 20.Ne3 fxg4 21.hxg4 Bxd3 22.Qxd3+ Kg8 23.b4 Bd8 24.Rf1 a6 25.Ra2 Bh4 26.Rf3 Qe8 27.Rh2 Bd8 28.Nf1 Rf7 29.Rfh3 Nf8 30.f5 Raa7 31.Ng3 <Nh7>

ARE THERE SUGGESTIONS OTHER THAN...
31.fxe6
31.f6
31.Bxh6?!

31. ______

Dec-12-12
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  PawnSac: Has anyone analyzed 31.Nh5 ?
Any thoughts on 31.Nh5 Bg5 ?
Can it be permitted?
Can it be refuted?
Dec-12-12
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  Boomie: ->

Here's a game score with the Nh5 lines.

[Event "Analysis"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "2012.08.05"]
[Round "?"]
[White "World"]
[Black "GMVA"]
[Result "*"]
[ECO "B12"]
[Annotator "Litten,Tim"]
[PlyCount "71"]
[EventDate "2012.??.??"]

1. e4 c6 2. d4 d5 3. e5 Bf5 4. Nf3 e6 5. Be2 Nd7 6. O-O Bg6 7. a4 Ne7 8. a5 Nf5 9. c3 h6 10. Nbd2 Be7 11. g4 Nh4 12. Nxh4 Bxh4 13. f4 f5 14. Bd3 O-O 15. Kh1 Qe8 16. Qc2 Kh7 17. Rg1 Be7 18. Nf1 Qf7 19. h3 b5 20. Ne3 fxg4 21. hxg4 Bxd3 22. Qxd3+ Kg8 23. b4 Bd8 24. Rf1 a6 25. Ra2 Bh4 26. Rf3 Qe8 27. Rh2 Bd8 28. Nf1 Rf7 29. Rfh3 Nf8 30. f5 Raa7 31. Ng3 Nh7 32. Nh5 Bg5 33. Bxg5 Nxg5 34. f6 Nxh3 35. Rxh3 Qf8 (35... Rab7 36. g5) (35... c5 36. g5 c4 (36... Qf8 37. Qg6 hxg5 38. Nf4 Rxf6 39. Qh7+ Kf7 40. Qh5+ g6 41. Qh7+ Ke8 ( 41... Qg7 42. exf6 Qxh7 (42... Kxf6 43. Nh5+ gxh5 44. Rf3+)) 42. Qxa7 Rxf4 43. Qb8+ Kf7 44. Qc7+ Ke8 45. Qc8+ Ke7 46. Rh7+ Rf7 47. Qc7+ Ke8 48. Qb8+) 37. Qg3 g6 38. gxh6 Kh7 39. Nf4 Rfc7 (39... Rfb7 40. Qg2 (40. Qg4 Qg8 41. Kg2 Rb8 42. Nxe6 Kh8 43. Rg3) 40... Qg8 41. Rg3 Qf8 42. Rxg6 Kh8 43. Qg5 Rh7 44. Nh5 Rab7 45. Rg7 Qe8 46. Nf4 Rbxg7 47. fxg7+ Kg8 48. Qf6) (39... Rf8 40. Qg4 Rc7 (40... Rd7 41. Nxe6 Rb7 (41... Rdf7 42. Ng5+ Kh8 43. Nxf7+ Qxf7 44. h7 Ra8 45. Kg2 Re8 46. Rh6 Rf8 47. Qg5 (47. Kg3 Rd8 48. Qg5 Rf8 49. Kg2 Rc8 50. Rxg6 Rc7 51. e6 Qxh7 52. Rh6 Qxh6 53. Qxh6+ Kg8 54. Qh5 Ra7 55. e7 Rxe7 56. fxe7 Kg7 57. e8=Q Kf6 58. Qhe5#) 47... Rc8 48. Rxg6 Rc7 49. e6 Qxh7 50. Rh6)) ( 40... Rg8 41. Nxe6 Rf8 (41... Qd7 42. Ng5+) (41... Rf7 42. Ng5+ Kh8 43. h7 Rgf8 44. Nxf7+ Qxf7 45. Rh6 Ra8 46. Qg5) 42. Rg3) 41. Nxe6 Rcf7 42. Ng5+ Kh8 43. Nxf7+ Qxf7 44. h7 Rd8 45. Rh6 Re8 46. Qg5) 40. Qg2) 36. g5

Dec-15-12
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  Wild Bill: Analysis for 32...Ng5

32.fxe6 Ng5


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..I. 33.exf7+ Qxf7 34.Bxg5 Bxg5 35.Nh5 leaves White a Rook to the good.


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.II. If 33.Bxg5 Bxg5 34.exf7+ Rxf7 35.Rh5 then

. .. A. If 35...Bf4 36.g5 Rf8 then

. .. . 1. If 37.Rxh6! then

. .. . . a. If 37...gxh6 38.Rxh6 Qe7 39.Nh5 then

. .. . . . ..i) 39...Rf7 40.Qg6+ Rg7 41.Nf6+ Kf8 42.Rh8+ Rg8 43.Rxg8#.

. .. . . . .ii) 39...Bxg5 40.Qg6+ Qg7 41.Qxg7#.

. .. . . . iii) If 39...Bxe5 then after 40.dxe5 Rf1+ 41.Qxf1 Qxg5 42.Nf6+ Black is soon mated.

. .. . . b. Also good is 37.gxh6 g6 38.h7+ Kh8 39.R5h4 c5 40.bxc5 when White has an extra Rook.

. .. B. If 35...Bc1 36.g5 Qf8 37.gxh6 gxh6 38.Nf5 then

. .. . 1. If 38...Rxf5 39.Rxf5 then

. .. . . a. If 39...Qe7 40.Rg2+ Kh8 41.Qh3 Qe8 42.Rf6 h5 43.Qg3 White mates in three moves or less.

. .. . . . ..i) If 39...Qg7 40.Rg2 Bg5 41.e6 then

. .. . . . .. . a) 41...Kh8 42.Rf7 Kg8 43.Rxg7+ Kxg7 44.Qf1 c5 45.e7 White mates in three.

. .. . . . .. . b) If 41...c5 then White soon delivers mate after 42.Rgf2 c4 43.Rf8+ Qxf8 44.Rxf8+ Kxf8 45.Qh7.

. .. . . . .ii) If 38...Rh7 then after 39.Qg3+ Rg7 40.Qxg7+ Qxg7 41.Nxg7 Kxg7 42.Rf2

Dec-15-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  JustWoodshifting: <32. fxe6 Qxe6 Nf5>

Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64: Depth = 25:

1. (4.64): 33...Kh8 34.Bxh6[] g6 35.Nd6[]
2. (4.82): 33...Rfd7 34.Bxh6[] g6 35.Bd2[]
3. (4.82): 33...Rfb7 34.Bxh6[] g6 35.Bd2[]
4. (5.15): 33...Rac7 34.Bxh6[] g6 35.Nd6[]
5. (6.01): 33...Rfc7 34.Bxh6[] g6 35.Bd2[]
6. (4.47): 33...Bg5 34.Bxg5 Nxg5 35.Nxh6+ Kf8

Dec-17-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  JustWoodshifting: <33. Nf5>:
Analysis by Houdini 1.5a x64: Depth = 27

1. (5.55): 33...Rad7 34.Nxh6+ gxh6 35.Rxh6 Qe8 36.e6 Rg7 37.exd7 Qe1+ 38.Kg2 Rxg4+

2. (6.30): 33...Bg5 34.Bxg5 Nxg5 35.Nxh6+ Kf8 36.Nxf7 Rxf7 37.Rh8+ Ke7

3. (7.13): 33...Rfc7 34.Bxh6 g6 35.Nd6 Rd7 36.Rf3 Rxd6 37.exd6 Qe1+ 38.Rf1 Qe4+ 39.Qxe4 dxe4

4. (7.26): 33...Rfd7 34.Bxh6 g6 35.Be3 Kh8 36.Rh6 Rf7

5. (7.43): 33...Rfb7 34.Bxh6 g6 35.Nd6 Rd7 36.Rf3 Rxd6 37.exd6 Qe1+ 38.Rf1 Qe4+ 39.Qxe4 dxe4

6. (7.48): 33...Rac7 34.Bxh6 g6 35.Nd6 Rg7 36.Bxg7 Rxg7

Dec-17-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  JustWoodshifting: <33.Nf5>:

Analysis by Deep Fritz 13: Depth = 34:

1. (5.76): 33...Bg5 34.Bxg5 Nxg5 35.Nxh6+ Kf8 36.Nxf7 Rxf7 37.Rh8+ Ke7 38.Ra8 Qd7 39.Rg2 Qe6 40.Rxa6 Rf3 41.Ra7+ Kf8 42.Rh2 Rxd3 43.Rh8+ Qg8 44.Ra8+ Kf7 45.Raxg8 Rxc3 46.Rb8 Kg6 47.a6 Ra3

Just waiting for his reply to 33.Nf5.

Dec-19-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  JustWoodshifting: <33.Nf5 Rad7 34.Nxh6+ gxh6 35.Rxh6>: (Houdini's top move):

Analysis by Deep Rybka 4.1 x64: Depth = 26
Note: [] = forced move

1. (5.45): 35...Qe7 36.e6 Rg7 37.exd7 Qe1+ 38.Kg2[] Rxg4+ 39.Kh3[] Rg7[] 40.Bf4[] Nf8 41.Be5[] Ne6[] 42.Rg6[] Qxe5 43.dxe5 Nf4+[] 44.Kg4[] Nxd3 45.Rxg7+[] Kxg7 46.Kf5[] c5 47.bxc5[] Nxc5 48.e6 Be7 49.Rh3 Nb7 50.Rg3+ Kf8

2. (10.13): 35...Qe8 36.e6 Rfe7 37.exd7 Qxd7 38.Qg6+ Rg7 39.Rxh7 Rxg6 40.Rxd7 Bf6 41.Bd2

3. (6.21): 35...Rde7 36.Rxe6 Rxe6 37.Kg2 Nf8 38.Rh6 Rxh6 39.Bxh6 Bh4 40.Kh3 Be7 41.g5 Rf4 42.Kg3 Re4 43.Qf3

4. (6.43): 35...Bf6 36.g5 Kh8 37.gxf6 Rc7 38.Qg6 Qd7 39.e6 Qxe6 40.Qg7+[] Rxg7 41.fxg7+[] Kxg7 42.Rxe6[] Nf8 43.Re1 Kf7 44.Rf2+ Kg8 45.Kg2 Rg7+

5. (5.45): 35...Qxg4 36.Rg6+ Rg7 37.Rxg4 Rxg4 38.Qf5 Rgg7 39.Rg2 Rdf7 40.Rxg7+ Rxg7 41.Qe6+ Kf8 42.Qxc6 Ng5 43.Bxg5 Rxg5 44.Qxa6 Rh5+ 45.Kg1 Rg5+ 46.Kh2 Rh5+ 47.Kg3

6. (5.55): 35...Rf3 36.Qxf3 Qf7 37.Qxf7+ Rxf7 38.Rg6+ Kh8 39.Kg2 Rc7 40.Rgh6 Kg8 41.Kg3 Nf8 42.Rh8+ Kg7

Dec-20-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  JustWoodshifting: <34.Bxh6 g6>:

Analysis by Houdini 1.5a x64: Depth = 27:

1. (9.88): 35.Nd6 Rg7 36.Bxg7+ Rxg7 37.Rf2 Kg8 38.Qf3 Bg5 39.Kg2 Qe7 40.Rh2 Bh4 41.Rf1 Bg5 42.Rhh1 Qe6 43.Rf2 Be7 44.Nf7 Rxf7 45.Qxf7+ Qxf7 46.Rxf7 Kxf7 47.Rxh7+ Ke8 48.Rg7 g5 49.Rg8+ Bf8 50.Rxg5 Kd8 51.Rg8 Ke8 52.g5 Kf7 53.Rh8 Be7 54.Rh7+ Kf8 55.g6 Bg5 56.Rc7 Bd2 57.Rxc6 Kg7

2. (7.28): 35.Bf4 Rfb7 36.Rh6 Rf7 37.Be3 Be7 38.Nxe7 Qxe7 39.Rxg6 Qf8 40.Qe2 Qe8 41.Rhh6 Rg7 42.Rxc6 Kg8 43.Rxa6 Rxa6 44.Rxa6 Qc8 45.Rd6 Qxc3 46.Rxd5 Qc6 47.Qxb5 Qc8 48.Qe2 Qb7 49.Qg2 Nf8 50.Bd2

3. (6.74): 35.Be3 Rad7 36.Rh6 Rf8 37.Bf4 Rc7 38.Qh3 Rff7 39.Nh4 Bxh4 40.Qxh4 Rcd7 41.Qg5 Kg8 42.Rxg6+ Rg7 43.Rxe6 Nxg5 44.Rxc6 Rd8 45.Rxa6 Ne4 46.e6 Rf8 47.Bh6 Rf1+ 48.Kg2 Rf2+ 49.Kh3 Rf3+ 50.Kh4 Re7 51.g5 Re8 52.Rh3 Rf4+ 53.Kh5 Nf2 54.Rh2 Nd3 55.Rh4 Rf2 56.e7

4. (6.25): 35.Bd2 Be7 36.Nxe7 Qxe7 37.Qxg6 Qf8 38.Be3 Qg8 39.Rh6 Qxg6 40.Rxg6 Rg7 41.Rxc6 Rxg4 42.Bh6 Kg8 43.Rg2 Rxg2 44.Kxg2 Kf7 45.Rd6 Ra8 46.Rxd5 Kg6 47.Rd6+ Kh5 48.Be3 Kg4 49.e6 Kf5 50.Bh6 Nf6 51.e7 Kg6 52.Kf3 Rc8 53.Rxa6 Kf7 54.Kf4 Rg8 55.Ra7 Nd5+ 56.Ke5 Nxe7 57.d5 Rg6 58.Bd2 Rf6 59.Kd4

Dec-24-12
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: Merry Christmas <JustWoodshifting> to you and yours!
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