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My first attempt at the "a5-d6 knight tour" line:

<25....b4 26. Bb2 Na5 27. Ka2 Nb7 28. c6 Nd6 29. Nxd6+ Bxd6 >

In this position both sides apparently have many options, but all are converging into one position:

<30. e4 Bc5 31. R1g2 Rad8 32. h4 h5 33. R6g3 Rd6 34. Kb1 Bb6 35. Rg6 a5>


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Now White achieved his best setup, Black cannot play Rxc6 because of Bxe5.

Believe it or not, Ba1 (waiting move) is White's only reasonable option.

[-1.47] d=35 36.Ba1 Bd4 37.Bxd4
[-1.71] d=35 36.f3 Rdd8 37.Kc1 Bc5
[-2.16] d=35 36.R6g3 Rxc6 37.Rf3

<36.Ba1 Bd4 37.Bxd4 Rxd4 38.f3 Rd6> -1.41/31


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From this position, the game is opened, most likely continuation leads to Black being 2 pawns up. Still not easy, but in the end Black should win.

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