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Smothered Mate
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   Smothered Mate has kibitzed 302 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-18-17 W Tiefenbach vs G Wiesgickl, 1996
 
Smothered Mate: ​ Bear in mind that it was _black_ who broke a repetition: The position 2 ply before the middle of turn number 31 is the ​ same as the position 2 ply after the middle of turn number 31.
 
   May-15-17 Mikhalchishin vs Pavasovic, 1999 (replies)
 
Smothered Mate: After the variation ​ ​ ​ 17. ... Bxa2 ​ 18. Bd3 ​ , ​ ​ ​ at 25-ply, my Stockfish wants to play the quite surprising ​ 18. ... a5 ; ​ evaluating it as [-0.76] whereas its next-best eval is [-0.17] .
 
   Feb-05-17 Spassky vs J Penrose, 1969 (replies)
 
Smothered Mate: : ​ < Marmot PFL > ​ 44. ... Kh7 ​ 45. Qxb4 Qc7 ​ ​ ​ and my Stockfish is giving [+0.00] . ​ Black threatens Qc2+ and Qf4, the latter ​of which then threatens Nxe4 and Nxg4. If ​ 44. ... Kh7 ​ in fact ...
 
   Jan-20-17 Ftacnik vs Palatnik, 1978
 
Smothered Mate: All relevant mates are less than 50​ after the most recent [capture or pawn move] that was ​ _not_ after the relevant move, so the 50-move rule ​ does not affect any of the rest of this post. ​ ​ ​ ​ According to the ...
 
   Jan-18-17 E Torre vs Tarjan, 1983
 
Smothered Mate: ​ Since all relevant mates are less than 50 moves after the latest [capture or pawn-move] which was _not_ after the relevant move, the 50-move rule does not affect anything in this post. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ After ​ 52. ...
 
   Jan-13-17 J Henneteau vs I Bonvalot, 2000
 
Smothered Mate: ​ According to the Lomonosov tablebases, both captures ​ on white's 69 draw, even without the 50-move rule. ​ ​ According to 6-piece tablebases: ​ ​ The 50-move rule does not affect this analysis, ​ since all ...
 
   Dec-04-16 Ivanchuk vs Nunn, 1994
 
Smothered Mate: In what sense is this opening "Full Symmetry"? White plays ​ 1. c4 , ​ that pawn stays there ​ the whole game, and nothing ever goes to c5.
 
   Nov-30-16 Taimanov vs Nezhmetdinov, 1954
 
Smothered Mate: ​ I notice that white could've repeated with ​ ​ ​ 40. Kg3 ​ . ​ ​ According to the Lomonosov tablebases: ​ ​ The 50-move rule does not affect this analysis, since ​ all relevant mates are in less than ...
 
   Nov-07-16 Gelfand vs Leko, 2009
 
Smothered Mate: This analysis is not affected by the ​50-move rule, since each relevant mate is less than 50 ​ after the most recent [pawn move or capture] ​that was _not before_ the relevant move. ​ ​ According to the Lomonosov tablebases: ​
 
   Nov-02-16 V Heuer vs I Rosenfeld, 1956 (replies)
 
Smothered Mate: <Elrathia Kingi> I don't play this opening with either side, so don't have ​ my own opinions on this, but my Stockfish says that ​ 17. Qb4 ​ keeps advantage for white of a little less than a pawn. ​ (If ​ 17. ... Nxg2+ ​ then ...
 
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