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Hall of Famers List - (**All 3 contests**) (Updated March 30, 2014)

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Contests - (cm=chessmoron), (YR-YouRang), (le=lostemperor)

(TLS=The Last Straw contest is no longer active)

(G=Gold Medal)

<Alphabetical list of HOF's with all Golds listed below:>

ahmadov - 1G-YR, 1G-le (2 Golds)

amadeus - 1G-cm, 1G-YR, 2G's-le (4 Golds)

Appaz - 1G-le

Aurora - 3G's-le

babakova - 1G-le

Barok Espinosa - 2G's-YR

benjinathan - 1G-le

blade2012 - 7G's-YR

Blunderdome - 2G's-YR

chancho - 1G-YR

chesssantosh - 1G-YR

CHESSBOOKIE - 1G-le

chessmoron - 19G's-cm, 6G's-YR, 2G's-le (27 Golds)

Civhai - 1G-YR

cromat - 3G's-YR, 3G's-le (6 Golds)

cu8sfan - 2G's-cm, 1G-le (3 Golds)

DCP23 - 2G's-cm, 2G's-YR, 1G-le (5 Golds)

Diademas - 1G-le

djmercury - 1G-le

Ezzy - 2G's-le

firebyrd - 1G-le

Golden Executive - 4G's-cm, 1G-YR, 1G-le 1G-TLS (7 Golds)

hitman84 - 2G's-YR

imag - 6G's-cm, 1G-YR (7 Golds)

iron maiden - 2G's-cm, 2G's-YR (4 Golds)

Joshka - 1G-le

juan31 - 1G-cm

just a kid - 3G's-cm

karpkasp - 2G's-YR

Karposian - 2G's-cm, 1G-YR (3 Golds)

kellmano - 1G-le

kolobok - 4G's-YR

larrewl - 1G-le

Legend - 10G's-YR

LIFE Master AJ - 1G-YR

Like a GM - 1G-le

lmreith - 2G's-YR

lostemperor - 3G's-cm, 8G's-YR, 2G's-le (13 Golds)

messachess - 5G's-YR

mikejaqua - 1G-YR, 1G-le (2 Golds)

Montreal1666 - 1G-le

moulicules - 1G-cm

NakoSonorense - 9G's-cm, 8G's-YR (16 Golds)

nfazli - 3G's-YR

NGambit - 1G-le

nimh - 2G's-YR, 1G-le (3 Golds)

OhioChessFan - 12G's-cm, 3G's-YR (15 Golds)

ooda - 2G's-YR

Penguincw - 5G's-cm, 1G-YR 1G-le (7 Golds)

percyblakeney - 2G's-YR, 2G's-le (4 Golds)

PinnedPiece - 1G-YR

poorpatzer - 1G-YR

positionalgenius - 2G's-le

Ragh - 2G's-cm, 2G's-YR, 2G's-le (6 Golds)

Robin01 - 7G's-cm 1G-YR (8 Golds)

rogge - 2G's-le

sakii - 1G-cm, 1G-YR (2 Golds)

SloVice - 3G's-cm, 8G's-YR, 2G's-le (13 Golds)

SnoopDogg - 1G-le

SoUnwiseTheKnight B4 - 1G-le

Stonehenge - 1G-le

su3eichfeld - 8G's-YR

suenteus po 147 - 1G-YR, 3G's-le (4 Golds)

SwitchingQuylthulg - 6G's-cm, 5G's-YR, 5G's-le, 1G-TLS (17 Golds)

Troewa - 1G-le

twinlark - 1G-cm, 1G-YR, 1G-le (3 Golds)

virginmind - 7G's-YR

WannaBe - 1G-YR, 5G's-le (6 Golds)

Where is my mind - 4G's-YR, 1G-le (5 Golds)

WinKing - 7G's-cm, 3G's-YR, 2G's-le 1G-TLS (13 Golds)

Winter - 2G's-YR

wordfunph - 9G's-cm, 2G-YR, 1G-le (12 Golds)

wtwz - 2G's-YR, 2G's-le (4 Golds)

yalie - 2G's-YR, 2G's-le (4 Golds)

YouRang - 2G's-YR, 5G's-le (7 Golds)

zarg - 4G's-YR

Ziggurat - 2G's-YR

If I have made any errors or missed someone please let me know - thanks <WK>.
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Current 'Gold Medal' accomplishments in the Prediction Game Contests.

'Hat Trick' club Gold Medalists (12 Total) (Updated March 30, 2014)

(Have won at least 1 Gold in each of the 3 contests)

<chessmoron> <YouRang> <lostemperor>

<amadeus> 1 - 1 - 2

<chessmoron> 19 - 6 - 2

<DCP23> 2 - 2 - 1

<Golden Executive> 4 - 1 - 1

<lostemperor> 3 - 8 - 2

<Penguincw> 5 - 1 - 1

<Ragh> 2 - 2 - 2

<SloVice> 3 - 8 - 2

<SwitchingQuylthulg> 6 - 5 - 5

<twinlark> 1 - 1 - 1

<WinKing> 7 - 3 - 2

<wordfunph> 9 - 2 - 1

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'Daily Double' club Gold Medalists (18 Total) (Updated March 30, 2014)

(Have won at least 1 Gold in 2 of the 3 contests)

<chessmoron> <YouRang> <lostemperor>

<ahmadov> 0 - 1 - 1

<cromat> 0 - 3 - 3

<cu8sfan> 2 - 0 - 1

<imag> 6 - 1 - 0

<iron maiden> 2 - 2 - 0

<Karposian> 2 - 1 - 0

<mikejaqua> 0 - 1 - 1

<NakoSonorense> 9 - 8 - 0

<nimh> 0 - 2 - 1

<OhioChessFan> 12 - 3 - 0

<percyblakeney> 0 - 2 - 2

<sakii> 1 - 1 - 0

<suenteus po 147> 0 - 1 - 3

<WannaBe> 0 - 1 - 5

<Where is my mind> 0 - 4 - 1

<wtwz> 0 - 2 - 2

<yalie> 0 - 2 - 2

<YouRang> 0 - 2 - 5

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There have been 106 Golds distributed in <chessmoron>'s contest.

There have been 148 Golds distributed in <YouRangs>'s contest.

There have been 76 Golds distributed in <lostemperor>'s contest.

There has been 3 Golds distributed in <TheLastStraw>'s contest(now defunct).

We have 77 Hall of Famers(in all 3 contests) winning at least one Gold medal to date in one or more of the 3 contests.

333 Gold medals(total) have been distributed.
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***The <chessgames> World Team notches its fifth victory by defeating GM Simon K. Williams in 33 moves.***

GM Williams vs. The World

Chessgames Challenge: S Williams vs The World, 2013


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Larsen's Opening - [A01 Nimzovich-Larsen Attack]

1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4
16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 32.f4 exf4 33.Rxf4 Be3 White resigns 0-1

< Started September 16, 2013 - Completed January 19, 2014

Rate of play: 48 hours per half-move >
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Hi, my name is Greg & I'm 59 years young. I have been playing chess for over 50 of those 59 years. Between the years 1968 & 1990 I was quite active. I was a member of the USCF, CCA(Cleveland Chess Association),Parma Chess Club(south of Cleveland) & captained the Gilmour Academy(Gates Mills,Ohio) chess team 1970 till 1972 when I graduated. My rating during those years(1968-90) fluctuated between 1750 to 1950. Played in the State Championship (OCC-Ohio Chess Congress) a couple of times in the 1980's with modest results (+1,-3,=2 first time & +2,-2,=2 second time). I might have done better but my style is aggressive & it often cost me points in tournaments. Since 1990 I stopped playing competitive chess & still enjoy playing but only casually. My strong suit has always been the analyses of games. I have always had a passion for the game & still do. ______________________________________________
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***Rinus Award*** : The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 ______________________________________________
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Live Chess Ratings Top Players

http://www.2700chess.com/
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< Prediction Contests: (Win virtual medals - Gold, Silver & Bronze) >

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User: YouRang - Predict the result 1-0, 1/2, or 0-1 (3 categories to medal in)

(Founded around 2003-4(?) by <cu8sfan> over 10 yrs. & running - Now the contest has been upgraded(in 2006) by <YouRang> & is run & hosted by <YouRang>)

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lostemperor chessforum - Predict the order the players will finish. (3 categories to medal in)

(Founded by <lostemperor> in 2005, over 9 years & running. - Run & hosted by <lostemperor>)

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User: OhioChessFan - Predict the result 1-0, 1/2, or 0-1 & the number of moves. (4 categories to medal in)

(Founded & run by <chessmoron> since 2008 6yrs. & running - Hosted by <OhioChessFan>)

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   Mar-30-14 OhioChessFan chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: Thanks to <chessmoron> for running & thanks to <OhioChessFan> for hosting this contest. Congratulations to all the medal winners! Special kudos to <wordfunph> on an exemplary performance grabbing 3 of the 4 gold medals. Nice job also by <chessmoron> on ...
 
   Mar-30-14 lostemperor chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: Thanks for running & hosting this contest <lostemperor>. Congratulations to all of the medal winners! Special kudos to <Penguincw> on leading in every category!!! You were a virtual prediction monster...I mean that in a good sense of course.
 
   Mar-30-14 YouRang chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: Thanks for hosting & running this contest <YouRang>. We all appreciate the time & effort you put into it. Congratulations to all of the medal winners! Special kudos to the gold medal winners <blade2012> & <wordfunph> who's picks were solid throughout contest. ...
 
   Jan-28-14 Golden Executive chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: <Golden Executive: <WinKing> Congratulations my friend for adding three more medals to your collection.> Thanks <Golden Executive>. Congratulations to you also on your fine performance & the medals you won as a result. We have to dust off our trophy shelves once ...
 
   Jan-22-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
 
WinKing: <stunningmove: <Winking> thank you for posting the vote totals for all moves. After the opening it appears that the moves played all received a large majority of the votes. I think it's amazing there weren't more contested moves.> Your welcome <stunningmove>. I ...
 
   Jan-22-14 WinKing chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: < DcGentle: We can do better than this, something is wrong with the decision making process. I can tell you one reason here: The highest engine eval was on the wrong side. But maybe there were other reasons. If people say the team is always right with their decisions, this game ...
 
   Jan-18-14 capafan chessforum
 
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   Jan-18-14 hms123 chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: Just wanted to congratulate you on your 'Most Helpful' award <hms123> now that the voting for for the Caissar Awards is over. Also thanks for the nomination you gave me! Feels good when a friend & teammate give you recognition for something. :)
 
   Jan-17-14 PinnedPiece chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: <PinnedPiece> you are missing the game Harikrishna - Caruana in your round 6 picks. <Round 6 - Saturday the 18th Giri - Gelfand 0-1 44 Aronian - So 1-0 31 Karjakin - Naiditsch 1/2 31 Dominguez - Nakamura 1/2 31 Van Wely - Rapport 1/2 31>
 
   Jan-17-14 The Caissars chessforum (replies)
 
WinKing: <13. Player of the Year <->> I vote for <Magnus Carlsen> <14. Game of the Year <->> I vote for <Anand vs Carlsen, 2013>
 
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Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.e5> fxe5 34.Bxe5 Rd5 35.Bxc7 Rc8 36.Bxf4?? Bd4!


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64

(-#6) 37.Kb1 Ra5 38.Rxg7+ Kxg7 39.Rg1+ Kh8 40.Be5+ Bxe5 41.Rg8+ Rxg8 42.f6 Rg1#

(-#6) 37.Rxg7+ Kxg7 38.Rg1+ Kh8 39.Bc7 Rxc7 40.Rg8+ Kxg8 41.Kb1 Ra5 42.f6

(-#6) 37.Bc7 Rxc7 38.Kb1 Ra5 39.Rxg7+ Kxg7 40.Rg1+ Kf8 41.Rg8+ Kxg8 42.f6

(-#4) 37.Rf6+ Kxf6 38.Bc7 Rxc7 39.Kb1 Ra5 40.h4 Ra1#

Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.e5> fxe5 34.Bxe5 Rd5 <35.Re6>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=28

(-3.42) 35...Bd4 36.Bxd4 Rxd4 37.Rg6 Re4 38.Rg4 Re2 39.Rgxf4 Rxd2+ 40.Ka1 Re8 41.Rxb4 Kf6 42.Ra4 Re3 43.h4 Rh3 44.Rg1 Rhh2 45.Rxa6 Kxf5 46.Ra5+ Kf4 47.b4 Rxh4 48.b5 Rhh2 49.b6 cxb6 50.Rb5 g5 51.Rxb6 Rc2 52.Kb1 g4 53.Rb4+ Ke5 54.Rb3 h5 55.Rxd3 Rxc6 56.Rb3 Kf4 57.Rf1+ Kg5 58.Rb5+ Kh6

(-2.85) 35...Be3 36.Bxc7 Bxd2 37.Re5 Rd4 38.Bb6 Rd6 39.Re6 Rd5 40.c7 Rc8 41.Kb1 Be3 42.Bxe3 fxe3 43.Rxe3 Rxc7 44.Rd1 d2 45.Kb2 Re7 46.Rg3 Re2 47.h4 Rh2 48.Rg6 a5 49.Kc2 Rc5+ 50.Kb2 Rxf5 51.Rd6 Rff2 52.h5 Rxh5 53.Rd7+ Kf6 54.R1xd2 Rhh2 55.R7d6+ Ke5

(-1.96) 35...Be7 36.Kb1 Bd8 37.Rxf4 g6 38.Rg4 gxf5 39.Rxg8 Kxe6 40.Bf4 Kf7 41.Rg1 Rc5 42.Rg3 Rxc6 43.Rxd3 Bg5 44.Rd4 Be7 45.Rd3 h5 46.Rg3 Bf6 47.Rg2 Bd8 48.Rg1 a5 49.Be5 Bf6 50.Bxf6 Kxf6 51.Rf1 h4 52.Kb2 Re6

Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.e5> fxe5 34.Bxe5 Rd5 35.Re6 Bd4 36.Bxd4 <Rxd4>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=29

(-3.60) 37.Rg6 Re8 38.Rg4 Re2 39.Kb1 Rxd2 40.Rfxf4 Rxf4 41.Rxf4 Rc2 42.Rd4 Rc3 43.Rd7+ Kf6 44.Rxc7 Kxf5 45.h4 g5 46.hxg5 hxg5 47.Rd7 Ke6 48.Rd4 a5 49.Kb2 Rc2+ 50.Ka1 Rxc6 51.Rxd3 Rc3 52.Rd8 Rxb3 53.Re8+ Kf5 54.Rf8+ Ke5 55.Rg8 Kf4 56.Rf8+ Ke4 57.Re8+ Kd4 58.Rg8 Rg3 59.Kb2 g4 60.Ra8 Ra3 61.Rd8+

(-3.75) 37.Rfe1 f3 38.Re7+ Kf6 39.Rxc7 f2 40.Rf1 Rf4 41.Kb2 Rxf5 42.Rd7 Rc8 43.Rxd3 Rxc6 44.Rg3 Kf7 45.Rg2 Rcf6 46.Kc2 g5 47.Kd3 Rf3+ 48.Ke2 Rxb3 49.Rgxf2 Rxf2+ 50.Rxf2+ Ke7 51.Rh2 a5 52.Kd1 a4 53.Kc2 Kd6 54.Rh1 Kc5 55.h4 g4 56.Rg1 h5 57.Re1 Kd4 58.Re8 g3 59.Ra8 Ra3 60.Kb2 Ke4

(-4.79) 37.Kb2 Re8 38.Rg6 Re2 39.Kc1 Rd5 40.Rxf4 Rc5+ 41.Rc4 Rxf5 42.Rg1 Ra5 43.Rf4+ Kg8 44.Rfg4 Ra1+ 45.Kb2 Rxg1 46.Rxg1 Rxd2+ 47.Kb1 Rc2 48.h4 Rxc6 49.Rd1 Rc3 50.Kb2 g6 51.Rg1 Rc2+ 52.Kb1 Kf7 53.Rg4 c5 54.Rg1 a5 55.Rd1 Rc3 56.Kb2 g5 57.Rf1+ Kg6 58.Rg1 Rc2+ 59.Kb1 Kf5 60.hxg5 hxg5 61.Rf1+ Ke6 62.Re1+ Kf6 63.Re3 Rc3 64.Rf3+ Ke5

Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.e5> fxe5 34.Bxe5 Rd5 35.Re6 <Be3> 36.Bxe7 <Bxd2>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=29

(-3.28) 37.Rd1 Rc8 38.Re5 Rd4 39.Bb6 Rd6 40.Rxd2 Rdxc6 41.Re1 Rxb6 42.Rf1 Kf6 43.Rxf4 Ke5 44.Rf3 Rc2+ 45.Rxc2 dxc2 46.Kb2 Rc6 47.Kc1 Rc3 48.Rf1 Rxb3 49.Kxc2 Rxh3 50.f6 gxf6 51.Ra1 Ra3 52.Re1+ Kd4 53.Rd1+ Ke4 54.Re1+ Kf4 55.Rh1 Kg5 56.Rg1+ Kf5 57.Rf1+ Ke5 58.Re1+ Kd4

(-3.85) 37.Re5 Rgd8 38.Bb8 Rd4 39.c7 Rc8 40.Ba7 Rd6 41.Bc5 Rc6 42.Rd5 R8xc7 43.Rxd3 Rxc5 44.Rxd2 Rxf5 45.Rd4 f3 46.Kb2 Re7 47.Kc2 Re2+ 48.Kd3 a5 49.Rxf3 Rxf3+ 50.Kxe2 Rxb3 51.Rd7+ Kf6 52.Ra7 Ra3 53.Kd2 a4 54.Kd1 b3 55.Kc1 Ra1+ 56.Kb2 Ra2+ 57.Kb1 a3 58.h4 g6 59.Ra6+ Kf5 60.Rb6 Rb2+ 61.Ka1 Ke5 62.Rb4 Ke6 63.Rb6+ Kf5 64.Rb4 Ke5

(-4.29) 37.Rd6 Rxd6 38.Bxd6 Rc8 39.Bxf4 Rxc6 40.Bxd2 Rc2+ 41.Kb1 Rxd2 42.Re1 Rh2 43.Rd1 Rxh3 44.Kc1 Kf6 45.Kd2 Kxf5 46.Rc1 a5 47.Rc5+ Ke4 48.Rc4+ Kd5 49.Rc7 g5 50.Rd7+ Ke4 51.Re7+ Kf5 52.Rf7+ Kg6 53.Ra7 g4 54.Rxa5 g3 55.Ra8 Kf7 56.Ra7+ Kf6 57.Ra6+ Kf5 58.Ra8 h5 59.Rf8+ Kg4 60.Rg8+ Kf4 61.Rf8+ Ke4 62.Re8+ Kd5 63.Rd8+ Ke6 64.Rg8 h4 65.Rg4

Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rf3>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=29

(-2.99) 33...Bd6 34.Rg1 Rge8 35.Rxd3 Rxe4 36.Kb1 Rb8 37.Rc1 Re2 38.Rd5 Rg2 39.Kc2 Rh2 40.Bd4 Rxh3 41.Ra1 Ra8 42.Bb6 Kg8 43.Bc5 Bxc5 44.Rxc5 Rd8 45.Rc4 Rh2 46.Rxb4 Rdxd2+ 47.Kc3 Rc2+ 48.Kd3 Rxc6 49.Rc4 Rxc4 50.bxc4 f3 51.Rxa6 Rb2 52.Ke3 f2 53.Ra1 Kf7 54.Rf1 h5 55.Rxf2

(-2.73) 33...h5 34.Rxf4 Be3 35.dxe3 d2 36.Rf1 d1Q 37.Rxd1 Rxd1 38.e5 fxe5 39.Bxe5 Rd2+ 40.Ka1 Re2 41.Bxc7 Rxe3 42.Rd6 Rge8 43.Rd7+ Kf6 44.Bf4 Rxb3 45.c7 Rc3 46.Rd8 Re1+ 47.Kb2 Re2+ 48.Kb1 Kxf5 49.Rf8+ Ke4 50.Bg3 Rb3+ 51.Kc1 Rxg3 52.Re8+ Kf3 53.Rf8+ Kg2 54.c8Q Rc3+ 55.Qxc3 bxc3 56.h4 Kh3 57.Rf4 a5 58.Rc4 g6 59.Kd1 Rb2 60.Rxc3+ Kxh4

(-2.34) 33...Be3 34.Bc1 Rge8 35.Rg2 Bc5 36.Rxf4 h5 37.Rh4 Rd4 38.Rg3 Rexe4 39.Rxe4 Rxe4 40.Rxd3 Rd4 41.Rf3 Bb6 42.Kb2 a5 43.Kc2 Rd6 44.Bb2 Rxc6+ 45.Kd1 Rd6 46.Ke2 Rd5 47.Rf1 Ke7 48.d4 c5 49.Kd3 cxd4 50.h4 Kd6 51.Rf2 Ke5 52.Rg2 Rd7

Jan-14-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rf3> <Bd6>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=27

(-2.89) 34.Rg1 Rge8 35.Re1 Re7 36.Rxd3 Rde8 37.Kb1 Rxe4 38.Rxe4 Rxe4 39.Bd4 Re8 40.Bf2 Re2 41.Kc2 Re5 42.Rd4 Rc5+ 43.Kd1 Rxc6 44.Rd5 h5 45.Bd4 Kg8 46.Bf2 Kh7 47.h4 Kg8 48.Ke2 Rc2 49.Ra5

(-3.29) 34.Rxd3 Rge8 35.Rg1 Rxe4 36.Kb1 Rb8 37.Rc1 Ree8 38.Rd5 Rb5 39.Rxb5 axb5 40.Kc2 Re2 41.Bd4 Rh2 42.Ra1 Rxh3 43.Ra5 f3 44.Rxb5 Rh2 45.Kd3 f2 46.Ke2 f1Q+ 47.Kxf1 Rxd2 48.Bf2 Rd3 49.Rb7 Rc3 50.Bd4 Rxc6 51.Ke2

(-3.29) 34.Kb1 Rge8 35.Rxd3 Rxe4 36.Rg1 Rb8 37.Rc1 Ree8 38.Rd5 Rb5 39.Rxb5 axb5 40.Kc2 Re2 41.Bd4 Rh2 42.Ra1 Rxh3 43.Ra5 f3 44.Rxb5 Rh2 45.Kd3 f2 46.Ke2 f1Q+ 47.Kxf1 Rxd2 48.Bf2 Rd3 49.Rb7 Rc3 50.Bd4 Rxc6 51.Ke2

(-3.97) 34.Rg2 Rde8 35.Rxd3 Rxe4 36.Rg1 Rb8 37.Kb1 Rb5 38.Rc1 Re8 39.Bd4 Rxf5 40.Kc2 Ra5 41.Bb6 Ra3 42.Bd4 Ra2+ 43.Kb1 Ra5 44.Bb6 Ra3 45.Bd4 Re6 46.Kb2 Ra5 47.Kc2 g5 48.Kb1 h5 49.Kc2 g4 50.hxg4 hxg4 51.Rg1 g3 52.Rf3 Rd5 53.Kd3 Kg6 54.Kc4

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rf3> Bd6 <34.Rg1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=29

(-3.34) 34...g5 35.fxg6+ Rxg6 36.Rxg6 Kxg6 37.Rxd3 Re8 38.Rd4 f5 39.e5 Bxe5 40.Rd3 Kg5 41.Rf3 Re6 42.Bc1 Rxc6 43.Kb1 Bd4 44.Rd3 Rd6 45.Kc2 a5 46.Rf3 Re6 47.Kd1 h5 48.Kc2 Re2 49.Kd3 Re4 50.Kc2 Re5 51.Rf1 Re2 52.Kd3 Re4 53.Kc2 Re6 54.Rf3 Re2

(-3.34) 34...g6 35.fxg6+ Rxg6 36.Rxg6 Kxg6 37.Rxd3 Re8 38.Rd4 f5 39.e5 Bxe5 40.Rd3 Kg5 41.Rf3 Re6 42.Bc1 Rxc6 43.Kb1 Bd4 44.Rd3 Rd6 45.Kc2 a5 46.Rf3 Re6 47.Kd1 h5 48.Kc2 Re2 49.Kd3 Re4 50.Kc2 Re5 51.Rf1 Re2 52.Kd3 Re4 53.Kc2 Re6 54.Rf3 Re2

(-2.96) 34...Rge8 35.Re1 Re7 36.Rxd3 Rde8 37.Kb1 Rxe4 38.Rxe4 Rxe4 39.Bd4 a5 40.Bf2 Re2 41.Kc2 Re5 42.Rd4 Rc5+ 43.Kd3 Rxc6 44.Rd5 Ra6 45.Rb5 Ke8 46.Bc5 f3 47.Bxd6 Rxd6+ 48.Ke3 f2 49.Kxf2 Rxd2+ 50.Ke1 Rd3 51.Rxa5 Rxb3 52.Ra8+ Ke7 53.Rg8 Rb1+ 54.Kf2 Rb2+ 55.Ke3 Rg2

(-2.96) 34...Rde8 35.Re1 Re7 36.Kb1 Rge8 37.Rxd3 Rxe4 38.Rxe4 Rxe4 39.Bd4 a5 40.Bf2 Re2 41.Kc2 Re5 42.Rd4 Rc5+ 43.Kd3 Rxc6 44.Rd5 Ra6 45.Rb5 Ke8 46.Bc5 f3 47.Bxd6 Rxd6+ 48.Ke3 f2 49.Kxf2 Rxd2+ 50.Ke1 Rd3 51.Rxa5 Rxb3 52.Ra8+ Ke7 53.Rg8 Rb1+ 54.Kf2 Rb2+ 55.Ke3 Rg2

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rf3> Bd6 34.Rg1 g5 35.fxg6 Rxg6 36.Rxg6 Kxg6 <37.Rxd3>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=30

(-3.24) 37...Re8 38.Rd4 f5 39.e5 Bxe5 40.Rd3 Kg5 41.Bc1 Re6 42.Kb1 Rxc6 43.Rf3 Bd4 44.Rd3 Rd6 45.Kc2 Kf6 46.h4 Ke5 47.h5 Rd8 48.Rf3 Rg8 49.d3 Rg4 50.Kd1 Rh4 51.Bd2 a5 52.Kc2 Rg4

(-2.69) 37...Rb8 38.Rf3 Re8 39.d3 Kg5 40.Bc1 f5 41.e5 Bxe5 42.Kb1 Rd8 43.Kc2 Rd6 44.Kd1 a5 45.Bd2 Kf6 46.Kc2 Rxc6+ 47.Kb1 Kg6 48.Rf2 h5 49.h4 Kf6 50.Rf3 Rc5 51.Rf2 Ke6 52.Rf3 Rc6 53.Rf2 Kd5 54.Rf1 f3 55.Rxf3 f4 56.Rf1 Rf6 57.Kc2 f3 58.Bg5 Rf5

(-2.48) 37...f5 38.e5 Be7 39.Rf3 Rxd2 40.Rxf4 Rc2 41.Kb1 Rxc6 42.Ba1 a5 43.h4 h5 44.Bb2 Bf8 45.Rd4 Bh6 46.Rd5 f4 47.Bc1 Re6 48.Kc2 Kf5 49.Bb2 Ke4 50.Rc5 c6 51.Rc4+ Kf5 52.Kd3 f3 53.Bd4 Bf4 54.Rc5 Bxe5

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> <Bd6>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.19) 34.Rf3 Rde8 35.Rxd3 Rxe4 36.Rg1 Rb8 37.Rc1 Ree8 38.Rd5 Rb5 39.Rxb5 axb5 40.Kc2 Re2 41.Bd4 Rh2 42.Ra1 Rxh3 43.Ra8 Ke7 44.Rg8 Rg3 45.Kd1 h5 46.Bf2 Rg5 47.Ke2 f3+ 48.Kf1 Rxf5 49.Rxg7+ Ke6 50.d4 Kd5 51.Rg6 Kxc6 52.Bh4 Kd5 53.Bxf6 Ke4 54.Be5 Bxe5 55.dxe5 Rxe5 56.Rc6 Rd5 57.Rxc7 Rd1+ 58.Kf2 Rd2+ 59.Kg3

(-3.19) 34.Rgg1 Rde8 35.Rf3 Rxe4 36.Rxd3 Rb8 37.Rc1 Ree8 38.Rd5 Rb5 39.Rxb5 axb5 40.Kc2 Re2 41.Bd4 Rh2 42.Ra1 Rxh3 43.Ra8 Ke7 44.Rg8 Rg3 45.Kd1 h5 46.Bf2 Rg5 47.Ke2 f3+ 48.Kf1 Rxf5 49.Rxg7+ Ke6 50.d4 Kd5 51.Rg6 Kxc6 52.Bh4 Kd5 53.Bxf6 Ke4 54.Be5 Bxe5 55.dxe5 Rxe5 56.Rc6 Rd5 57.Rxc7 Rd1+ 58.Kf2 Rd2+ 59.Kg3

(-3.25) 34.Rc1 Rge8 35.Rc4 f3 36.Rg1 Bf4 37.Kc1 f2 38.Rf1 Bg3 39.Kb1 a5 40.e5 Bxe5 41.Bxe5 Rxe5 42.Rxf2 Re1+ 43.Rc1 Re2 44.Rxe2 dxe2 45.Kc2 Rd5 46.Re1 Rxf5 47.Rxe2 Rc5+ 48.Kd3 Rxc6 49.Re1 Rd6+ 50.Kc2 Rd5 51.d3 Rc5+ 52.Kd2 f5 53.h4 f4 54.Ra1 Ke6 55.Ke2 Rc3 56.Rxa5 Rxb3 57.Rb5 c6 58.Rb6

(-3.49) 34.Rfg1 Rde8 35.Re1 Bc5 36.Rc1 Ba7 37.Rf1 Rxe4 38.Rg4 Rd8 39.Bc1 a5 40.Rfxf4 Re1 41.Rg3 h5 42.Rgf3 Rd5 43.Rc4 Re2 44.Rcf4 Rd6 45.Kb2 Bd4+ 46.Kb1 Bb6 47.Rf1 Rxc6 48.Rh4 Bf2 49.Rf4 Ba7 50.Rh4 Bf2 51.Rf4

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> Bd6 <34.Rc1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.68) 34...h5 35.h4 Rge8 36.Rc4 f3 37.Rg1 Bf4 38.Kc1 f2 39.Rf1 Bg3 40.Bd4 Rxe4 41.Bxf2 Rxc4+ 42.bxc4 Bxf2 43.Rxf2 Rd4 44.c5 Rxh4 45.Kb2 Rg4 46.Rf3 Rd4 47.Kb3 h4 48.Re3 Rg4 49.Ka4 Rg3 50.Re1 a5 51.Rh1 Rg4 52.Rh3 Rd4 53.Re3 Rd5 54.Rf3 g5 55.fxg6+ Kxg6 56.Rh3 Kg5 57.Kxa5 b3 58.Kb4

(-3.50) 34...Rde8 35.Rc4 Re7 36.Rg1 Rge8 37.Re1 f3 38.Rf1 Rxe4 39.Rxf3 Rxc4 40.bxc4 Re4 41.c5 Bxc5 42.Rxd3 Bd6 43.Bd4 a5 44.Bf2 a4 45.Bg3 Bxg3 46.Rxg3 Rd4 47.Rg2 h5 48.Re2 h4 49.Kb2 Rd3 50.Kc2 Rxh3 51.Re4 b3+ 52.Kb2 Rd3 53.Rxa4 h3 54.Rh4 Ke7 55.Rh7 Kd6 56.Rxg7 Kxc6 57.Rh7 Kd6 58.Rf7 Ke5 59.Rxc7 h2 60.Rh7 Rxd2+ 61.Kxb3

(-3.25) 34...Rge8 35.Rc4

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> Bd6 34.Rc1 Rge8 <35.Rc4>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.66) 35...Re7 36.Rg1 Rde8 37.Re1 f3 38.Rf1 Rxe4 39.Rxe4 Rxe4 40.Rxf3 Rf4 41.Rxd3 Rxf5 42.Kc1 Rc5+ 43.Kd1 Rxc6 44.Rf3 Rc5 45.Bd4 Rg5 46.Bf2 Rg2 47.Ke1 g5 48.Kf1 Rh2 49.Rd3 Bf4 50.h4 Kg6 51.hxg5 hxg5 52.Be3 Bd6 53.Bg1 Rh1 54.Kg2 Rh4 55.Rf3 f5 56.Re3

(-3.37) 35...f3 36.Rg1 Bf4 37.Kc1 f2 38.Rf1 Bg3 39.Kb1 a5 40.Ba1 Re7 41.Bd4 Rxe4 42.Bxf2 Rxc4 43.bxc4 Be5 44.Bc5 a4 45.Ka2 b3+ 46.Ka3 Ra8 47.Bb4 b2 48.Rb1 Bd4 49.Re1 Rb8 50.Rb1 Rb6 51.c5 Ra6

(-3.25) 35...Ra8 36.Rg1 Re7 37.Re1 Rae8 38.Rd4 Re5 39.Rxd3 Rxf5 40.exf5 Rxe1+ 41.Kc2 Re8 42.h4 a5 43.Rf3 Rb8 44.Kd3 Rb5 45.Ke4 Rc5 46.Rf1 Rc2 47.Bc1 Rxc6 48.d4 Rc3 49.Bxf4 Bxf4 50.Kxf4 Rxb3 51.Rc1 Rc3 52.Ra1 Rh3 53.Rxa5 Rxh4+ 54.Ke3 Ke7 55.Kd3 Rh3+ 56.Kc2 h5 57.Ra4 b3+ 58.Kb2 h4 59.d5 Kd6

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> Bd6 34.Rc1 Rge8 35.Rc4 f3 <36.Rg1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.74) 36...f2 37.Rf1 Bg3 38.Bd4 Rxe4 39.Bxf2 Rxc4 40.bxc4 Bf4 41.Be1 Be5 42.Ka2 a5 43.Bf2 a4 44.Be3 b3+ 45.Ka3 b2 46.Bc5 Ra8 47.Rg1 Ra6 48.Bb4 Bd4 49.Re1 Rb6 50.Re7+ Kg8 51.Re1 h5 52.Rb1 Rxc6 53.c5 Kf7 54.Ka2

(-3.10) 36...Bf4 37.Kc1

(-1.68) 36...Re7 37.Rf1 Rde8 38.e5 fxe5 39.Re4 Kf8 40.Rxf3 Rf7 41.h4 g6 42.f6 Re6 43.Rxd3 Rfxf6 44.Rde3 g5 45.hxg5 hxg5 46.Rg4 Rf5 47.d4 e4 48.Rgxe4 Rf1+ 49.Kc2 Rxe4 50.Rxe4 Rf2+ 51.Kc1 Bf4+ 52.Kb1 g4 53.d5 g3 54.Bd4 Bd6 55.Re6 Rd2 56.Rxd6 Rxd4 57.Rg6 Rd3 58.Kc2

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> Bd6 34.Rc1 Rge8 35.Rc4 f3 36.Rg1 <Bf4>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.63) 37.Kc1 f2 38.Rd1 a5 39.Rf1 Bg3 40.Kb1 h5 41.Bd4 Rxe4 42.Bxf2 Rxc4 43.bxc4 Be5 44.Ka2 a4 45.Be3 Re8 46.Bc5 b3+ 47.Ka3 Ra8 48.Rd1 b2 49.Re1 Ra6 50.Bb4 Rxc6 51.c5 Bd4 52.Ka2 Bxc5 53.Bxc5 Rxc5 54.Kxb2 Rxf5 55.Re3 Rd5 56.Re4 Rc5 57.Rxa4 Rc2+ 58.Kb3 f5 59.Ra8 Rxd2 60.Kc3 Rd1 61.Rc8 c5 62.Rh8 g6

(-3.63) 37.Rd1 f2 38.Kc1 a5 39.Rf1 Bg3 40.Kb1 h5 41.Bd4 Rxe4 42.Bxf2 Rxc4 43.bxc4 Be5 44.Ka2 a4 45.Be3 Re8 46.Bc5 b3+ 47.Ka3 Ra8 48.Rd1 b2 49.Re1 Ra6 50.Bb4 Rxc6 51.c5 Bd4 52.Ka2 Bxc5 53.Bxc5 Rxc5 54.Kxb2 Rxf5 55.Re3 Rd5 56.Re4 Rc5 57.Rxa4 Rc2+ 58.Kb3 f5 59.Ra8 Rxd2 60.Kc3 Rd1 61.Rc8 c5 62.Rh8 g6

(-3.65) 37.Bc1 f2 38.Rf1 Bg3 39.Bb2 a5 40.Ba1 h5 41.Bb2 Re7 42.Bd4 Rxe4 43.Bxf2 Rxc4 44.bxc4 Be5 45.Ka2 a4 46.Be3 Re8 47.Bc5 b3+ 48.Ka3 Ra8 49.Rd1 b2 50.Re1 Ra6 51.Bb4 Rxc6 52.c5 Bd4 53.Ka2 Bxc5 54.Bxc5 Rxc5 55.Kxb2 Rxf5 56.Re3 Rd5 57.Re4 Rc5 58.Rxa4 Rc2+ 59.Kb3 f5 60.Ra8 Rxd2 61.Kc3 Rd1 62.Rc8 c5 63.Rh8 g6

Jan-14-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Kb1> Bd6 34.Rc1 Rge8 35.Rc4 f3 36.Rg1 Bf4 <37.Kc1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=30

(-3.63) 37...f2 38.Kc1 a5 39.Rf1

(-3.63) 37...a5 38.Kc1 f2 39.Rf1

(-3.35) 37...Rd6 38.Rxb4 f2 39.Bc3 Rd5 40.Rf1 Bd6 41.Rd4 Rxf5 42.Rxd6 cxd6 43.exf5 Re1+ 44.Kb2 Rxf1 45.c7 Re1 46.c8Q f1Q 47.Qc4+ Kf8 48.Qd5 Qf4 49.b4 h5 50.Kb3 h4 51.Ka3 Re7 52.Qa8+ Re8 53.Qd5 Rb8 54.Kb2 Rb5 55.Qc6 Qxf5 56.Qxd6+ Kf7 57.Qxa6 Qd5 58.Ka3 Kg8 59.Qa4 Kh7 60.Qb3 Qe4 61.Qf7 Rb6 62.Qh5+ Kg8 63.Kb2 Rb8 64.Qc5

Jan-15-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rc1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=30

(-3.49) 33...Be3 34.Rd1 Rge8 35.Rg4 h5 36.Rh4 Rd6 37.Kb1 a5 38.Ba1 Bf2 39.Rxf4 Bg3 40.Rf3 h4 41.Re3 Bf4 42.Ree1 Rxc6 43.Bb2 Rc2 44.Rf1 Rxd2 45.Rxd2 Bxd2 46.Rd1 Bf4 47.Rxd3 Rxe4 48.Rd4 Rxd4 49.Bxd4 Ke7 50.Bc5+ Kd7 51.Bf2 Kd6 52.Bxh4 Ke5 53.Kc2 Kxf5 54.Kd3 Be5 55.Bf2 Kf4 56.Kc4 Kf3 57.Bc5

(-3.06) 33...Bd6 34.Kb1 Rge8 35.Rc4 Re7 36.Rg1 Rde8 37.Re1 f3 38.Rf1 Rxe4 39.Rxf3 Rxc4 40.bxc4 Re4 41.Rxd3 Rxc4 42.Rd5 Rxc6 43.Bd4 h5 44.Kb2 g5 45.fxg6+ Kxg6 46.Bf2 f5 47.Kb3 Kg5 48.Be3+ Kf6 49.Bd4+ Ke6 50.Ra5 f4 51.Rxh5 f3 52.Ra5 Rc1 53.Rxa6 Kd5 54.Be3

(-3.06) 33...Be7 34.Ka1 Bd6 35.Kb1 Rge8 36.Rc4 Re7 37.Rg1 Rde8 38.Re1 f3 39.Rf1 Rxe4 40.Rxf3 Rxc4 41.bxc4 Re4 42.Rxd3 Rxc4 43.Rd5 Rxc6 44.Bd4 h5 45.Kb2 g5 46.fxg6+ Kxg6 47.Bf2 f5 48.Kb3 Kg5 49.Be3+ Kf6 50.Bd4+ Ke6 51.Ra5 f4 52.Rxh5 f3 53.Ra5 Rc1 54.Rxa6 Kd5 55.Be3

Jan-15-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 <32.f4> exf4 <33.Rc1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=32

(-3.69) 33...Be3 34.Rd1 Rge8 35.dxe3 fxe3 36.Rdg1 Rg8 37.Bc1 d2 38.Bxd2 Rxd2+ 39.Kb1 Rd4 40.Kc1 Rxe4 41.Kd1 Rf4 42.Ke2 Rxf5 43.Kxe3 Rc5 44.R6g4 Rc3+ 45.Kd2 Rxb3 46.Rd4 g5 47.Ra1 Rxh3 48.Rxb4 Rd8+ 49.Ke2 Rh2+ 50.Ke3 Re8+ 51.Kd3 Rh3+ 52.Kd2 f5 53.Rxa6 Ke6 54.Ra7 Re7 55.Ra1 Kf6 56.Rb8 f4 57.Re1

(-3.53) 33...Bd6 34.Kb1 Rge8 35.Rc4 Re7 36.Rg1 Rde8 37.Re1 f3 38.Rf1 Rxe4 39.Rxe4 Rxe4 40.Rxf3 Rf4 41.Rxd3 Rxf5 42.Kc1 Rc5+ 43.Kd1 Rxc6 44.Bd4 a5 45.Bf2 g5 46.Rf3 Bf4 47.Ke2 f5 48.Be3 Bxe3 49.Kxe3 f4+ 50.Kd3 Rd6+ 51.Ke2 Re6+ 52.Kd3

Jan-16-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Bc3 Nc6 23.Rg6 b5 24.Rdg1 Rhg8 25.c5 b4 26.Bb2 Na5 27.Ka2 Nb7 28.c6 Nd6 29.Nxd6+ Bxd6 30.e4 Bc5 31.Rf1 Rad8 32.f4 exf4 <33.Rxf4> <Be3>


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Analysis by Critter_1.6a_64bit: depth=28

(-3.14) 34.dxe3 d2 35.Rg1 d1Q 36.Rxd1 Rxd1 37.e5 Rb8 38.e6+ Ke8 39.Bd4 Rd2+ 40.Kb1 Rb5 41.h4 Ke7 42.Kc1 Rh2 43.Ba7 h5 44.Bd4 Ra5 45.Kb1 Rd5 46.Kc1 Rg2 47.Rf3 Ra5 48.e4 Ra2 49.Rd3 Rh2 50.Rd1 Rxh4 51.e5 Rh2 52.exf6+ gxf6 53.Rg1 Rac2+ 54.Kb1 Rcg2 55.Bc5+ Ke8 56.Rxg2 Rxg2 57.Bxb4

(-3.51) 34.Rf1 Bxd2 35.h4 Be3 36.Rfd1 Rge8 37.e5 fxe5 38.Rg3 Bb6 39.Kb1 Kf6 39.Rf1 Rd5 40.h5 Kf7 41.Kc1 Rc5+ 42.Kb1 Red8 43.Rg6 d2 44.Rfd1 a5 45.Re6 Rd3 46.Ka2 e4 47.Rxe4 Rxf5 48.Kb1 Rxh5 49.Rdf1+ Kg6 50.Re6+ Kh7 51.Kc2 Rhd5 52.Rd1 g5 53.Re7+ Kg6 54.Re6+ Kh5 55.Bg7

(-4.58) 34.Rf3 Bxd2 35.Rg1 Bg5 36.Rd1 d2 37.Rf2 Rge8 38.Re2 Rd6 39.Kb1 Rxc6 40.h4 Bf4 41.Rh1 Rd8 42.Rd1 Rd3 43.Rf2 Be3 44.Rf3 a5 45.Rh3 Rxb3 46.Rxd2 Bxd2 47.Rxb3 a4 48.Rd3 Rd6 49.Rxd6 cxd6 50.Bd4 Bf4 51.Bf2 b3 52.Kb2 Be5+ 53.Ka3 b2 54.Ka2 a3 55.h5 Ke7 56.Be1 Bd4 57.Kb1 Bc5 58.Bg3 Kd7 59.Bh2

Jan-18-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  hms123: <WinKing> Thank you, and you are very welcome. In the current game in particular I have relied heavily on your judgments.

hms

Jan-19-14
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  DcGentle: <WinKing>: You did an astonishing amount of computer analysis, really.

Together with some others you were the leading team analyst regarding engine work.

I hope it payed off for you! In the end we won, but nevertheless I have mixed feelings about this game.

I must thank you, but I am tired now.
These long nights must stop, and will, I hope ;-)

All the best,
<DC>

Jan-20-14
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  WinKing: <DcGentle: <WinKing>: You did an astonishing amount of computer analysis, really.>

Oh I don't know <DC>. There were many team members who ran a lot of analysis...<You Rang>, <Tiggler>, <imag> etc.(the list is long). Our(the analysts) goal is all the same I think & that is discovering what is the truth of any given position we encounter. Hopefully many engine runs will help us determine this & reply to our opponents with the most accurate moves. As always I believe human input + computer analysis will yield better decisions & better moves.

I know you were not completely satisfied with this game as you were with our last game <DC>. IMHO both this game & our last game could easily have been draws. Our opponents lost the thread in both games...such is chess. I thought the team performed quite well in this last encounter. Every game presents us with new challenges.

One thing we do agree on however is:

"These long nights must stop, and will, I hope ;-)"

Amen to that! Time to catch up on some well earned sleep. :)

Jan-22-14
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  WinKing: 1.b3 e5 2.Bb2 Nc6 3.e3 Nf6 4.Bb5 Bd6 5.g4 a6 6.Bf1 h6 7.h3 Be7 8.Bg2 d5 9.Nc3 Be6 10.Nge2 d4 11.Ne4 Nxe4 12.Bxe4 Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.O-O-O Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 <18.exd4> exd4 <19.Rde1>


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Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=30

(-0.91) 19...0-0 20.Ng3 Rfe8 21.Re4 c5 22.h4 Bd6 23.Rhe1 a5 24.c3 Bxg3 25.fxg3 Rxe4 26.Qxe4 Nc6 27.g5 Qd6 28.cxd4 cxd4 29.gxh6 Qxh6 30.Qd3 Qd6 31.g4 Rd8 32.Rf1 Qe6 33.Qc4 Rd5 34.Rc1 Qg6+ 35.Ka1 Rd7

(-0.67) <19...Qd5> 20.Nf6+ gxf6 21.Qxf6 0-0-0 22.Qxe7 Qa5 23.Kc1 d3 24.c4 f6 25.Re4 Rd6 26.Qf7 Rhd8 27.Re6 R6d7 28.Re7 Rxe7 29.Qxe7 Nc6 30.Qe6+ Kb8 31.Qxf6 Qa2 32.Re1 Qxb3 33.Qc3 Qa4 34.Kb1 Na5 35.Re3 Nxc4 36.Rxd3 Re8 37.Rd4 Re1+ 38.Bc1 Qb5+ 39.Kc2 Nd6 40.f4 Qf1 41.Bb2 Qe2 42.Kb3 Qe6+ 43.Kc2 Qa2 44.f5 a5 45.Qa3 Qb1+ 46.Kb3

(-0.51) 19...a5 20.Nc5 Qc6 21.Qxc6+ Nxc6 22.Nd3 Kd8 23.Re4 Bf6 24.Rhe1 a4 25.bxa4 Rxa4 26.c3 Kc8 27.cxd4 Bxd4 28.Ne5 Nxe5 29.Rxd4 Rxd4 30.Bxd4 Nf3 31.Bxg7 Rg8 32.Re3 Nxd2+ 33.Kc2 Nf1 34.Re1 Rxg7 35.Rxf1 Rg6 36.f4 Re6 37.Kd7 38.Kc3 Rc6+ 39.Kb3 Rd6 40.Kc4 b6

(-0.36) 19...Kf8 20.Ng3 Qc6 21.Qe4 Qxe4 22.Rxe4 c5 23.Ba3 Rd8 24.h4 g6 25.Bxb4 cxb4 26.d3 Bf6 27.h5 Re8 28.Rhe1 Rxe4 29.Nxe4 Be7 30.Ng3 Rg8 31.Re4 Bc5 32.Kb2 Ba7 33.f3 Bb8 34.f4 Ba7 35.hxg6 fxg6 36.Re6 Kf7

Jan-22-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  DcGentle: <I know you were not completely satisfied with this game as you were with our last game <DC>. IMHO both this game & our last game could easily have been draws. Our opponents lost the thread in both games...such is chess.>

Well, you have a point. A certain occurrence annoyed me: A group of analysts proofed a certain move as drawish, and a month later one single member comes along, presents some deep ply lines of engine analysis and everyone agrees, as if this analysis alone had invalidated or refuted everything the group had figured a long time ago!

And when the team plays this move, "all of the sudden" numerous ways for White to draw show up. And even during the voting this certain member admitted, that there were unsolved cases of blockade, but "human input" will certainly come to the rescue.

Well, the human help already came to the rescue, namely with a different move proposal during the voting, but this was disregarded as not working, although no one had refuted it. But no one was even interested either, although this proposal was as old as the examination of this certain group of this certain move.

We can do better than this, something is wrong with the decision making process.

I can tell you one reason here: The highest engine eval was on the wrong side.

But maybe there were other reasons.

If people say the team is always right with their decisions, this game has proofed them wrong.

Jan-22-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  WinKing: < DcGentle: We can do better than this, something is wrong with the decision making process.

I can tell you one reason here: The highest engine eval was on the wrong side.

But maybe there were other reasons.

If people say the team is always right with their decisions, this game has proofed them wrong. >

I have an opinion on this <DC>. The team can make better decisions but 'The Forum' system must be in place. We really never did get 'The Forum' system up & running. <OCF> tried very hard to get things rolling but not enough of the analysts were motivated. I include myself as one who was not motivated. To have a forum system that works efficiently you need two things. A dedicated forum coordinator & dedicated analysts.

The forum coordinator job is a grueling task. You are responsible for not only coordinating the analysis but coordinating the analysts themselves. A 24/7 job as I see it. I filled in for <kutztown46> in one game for a few weeks so I know how difficult this job is. The analysts job is a little easier & I have done this in several games now myself. For an analyst to be in 'The Forum' system though it is not as much fun as being a so called 'independent analyst'. As a 'forum analyst' you are pretty much told what to analyze by the forum coordinator. Not a very appealing prospect to many of the analysts here on the team.

If you can successfully get 'The Forum' system up & running smoothly <DC> the decision making process will be better as a result - guaranteed!. I think you would make an excellent 'forum coordinator'. You should consider it the next time around - seriously. You always have a pretty good grasp of what is going on in a game.

Jan-23-14
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  DcGentle: <<WinKing>: For an analyst to be in 'The Forum' system though it is not as much fun as being a so called 'independent analyst'. As a 'forum analyst' you are pretty much told what to analyze by the forum coordinator. Not a very appealing prospect to many of the analysts here on the team.>

You address valid and interesting points here. In my view the forum system can only work on a voluntary basis, that means that a certain point must be resolved before any forum is even opened: <Who is interested in analyzing what?> Every analyst likes something different, but perhaps there are a few analysts who share a common interest in a certain branch of the <AT>, and then a forum dedicated to this task can be opened.

If we just open a forum with the hope there will be people to join, it might be in vain. But if we have teammates who are interested in the first place, it may work. On a forum dedicated to a certain task analysts have more freedom to even commit a mistake, because this is not known on the main pages, and there won't be any detractors as well ;-)

A smaller group working on a special task has good chances for success, as long there is any interest, this is important. If the whole process boils down to just work, it's endangered to fail. Fun must be preserved. ;-)

So we could open a place as "enrollment center" for the opening of any forum, and if there are more than one to examine a certain move, the respective forum can be opened. I am against to open a forum just in case. We tried this in this game and it didn't work.

We'll see.

Ģ

Jan-28-14
Premium Chessgames Member
  Golden Executive: <WinKing> Congratulations my friend for adding three more medals to your collection. Such a tournament full of excitement and a lot of unexpected results!

Also, thanks for updating all the Hall of Fame Categories. Much appreciated.

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