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stunningmove
Member since Jul-30-11
Learned to play at 8, Class A by 15. Rating hovered around 2000 my whole career. My favorite players are Rabjabov, Carlsen, Ding, Tal, Kasparov, Shirov, Fisher(as a player ONLY), Alekine
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stunningmove: <bluewave> I agree with <OCF>, it is extemely doubtful we will see analysis of this game. Time is an issue and pride is a second. Now if he had beaten us, analysis might be done. We have much more in depth analysis than a GM could ever do. He has already stated that
 
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stunningmove: Thank you for 4 months of your time. This game was most instructive.
 
   Oct-20-13 stunningmove chessforum (replies)
 
stunningmove: After 14...Qd5 15.Qf3! White's potential discovered attack on the Black Q (Nf6+) precludes a black Nb4 from being as effective as when 14...Qd7 is played. This practically forces 15.0-0-0 which allows a white 0-0-0 in reply and a drawish game
 
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Oct-13-13  DaringSpeculator: <tbentley: Stockfish_4_x64_modern_sse42, 31 ply: 1) 10.Nbc3 Ne7 11.f4 c6 12.fxe5 Bxe5 13.Nf4 0-0 14.Qf3 Ng6 15.0-0-0 b5 16.Qf2 Qc7 17.Rdf1 Bd7 18.Nxg6 fxg6 19.Qe2 a5 20.Qd3 a4 21.Qxg6 a3 22.Ba1 Be8 23.Qf5 Bd7 24.Qg6 (0.00)>

I think 13...Qc7 is better for black.

Oct-13-13  tbentley: <DaringSpeculator>
I wouldn't put much credence going that deep in a Stockfish line, especially only a 31 ply line, so you're likely correct.
Oct-16-13  blue wave: RV's baseline for forums -

<<D. Nce2>

[-0.44] d=27 10.Nce2 Bd6 11.Nf3 h5 12.g5 Nd7 13.h4 Qe7 14.d4 0-0-0 15.dxe5 Ndxe5 16.Qd2 Nxf3+ 17.Bxf3 Bb4 18.c3 Ne5 19.Bg2 Bc5 20.0-0-0>

Oct-19-13  blue wave: <Forum Marker>

<11.exd4>

Oct-19-13  blue wave: 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. exd4


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<Stockfish 4.1 - pv=2>

[-0.78] d=29 11...exd4 12.Ne4 Nxe4 13.Bxe4 Bd5 14.Ng3 Bxe4 15.Nxe4 (0:02:32) 602929kN

[+0.18] d=29 11...Nxd4 (0:03:11) 771410kN

There really is only one decent continuation here.

Oct-19-13
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  morfishine: <stunningmove> I think both 11.exd4 and 11...Nxd4 are playable but the positions can get quite tricky; here's one:

11.exd4 Nxd4 12.Bxb7 Rb8 13.Bxa6 O-O 14.Ng3 Nd5 15.Nce4 Rb6 16.Bxd4 exd4 17.Bf1 Re8 18.Qf3 Bc8 19.O-O-O c5 20.Bc4 Bb7 21.Nf5 Bf8 22.Rde1 Qa8 23.a4 Rbe6 24.d3 Qa5 25.Qe2 Qb4 26.Qd2 Nc3 27.Nxc3 Rxe1+ 28.Rxe1 Rxe1+ 29.Qxe1 dxc3 30.Qe8 (or 30.Ne7+ Bxe7 31.Qxe7Qa3+ 32.Kd1 Bf3+ 33.Ke1 Qc1#)

30...Qa3+ 31.Kd1 Bf3+ 32.Ke1 Qc1#

*****

Oct-19-13  tbentley: Probably the main line to consider here would be 11. exd4 exd4 12. Ne4 Nxe4 13. Bxe4 Bd5 14. d3.

<imag> Houdini 3:

[-0.69] d=28 14.d3 Bb4 15.Kf1 Bxe4 16.dxe4 Qe7 17.a3 Bc5 18.b4 Ba7 19.Ng3 OľOľO 20.Qe2 g6 21.Kg2 h5 22.gxh5 Kb8 </imag>

<tbentley>Stockfish_4_x64_modern_sse42, 35 ply: 10/17/13

1) 14.d3 Qd6 15.Ng3 0-0-0 16.Qe2 Bxe4 17.Nxe4 Qf4 18.Bc1 Qe5 19.Bd2 Ba3 20.0-0 h5 21.f4 Qd5 22.g5 Qf5 23.Kg2 Kb8 24.Qf3 Be7 25.Kh2 h4 26.Qg4 Qd5 27.f5 (-0.82)

Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=30 <WinKing> 10/17/13

2.(-0.70): 14.d3 Bb4+ 15.Kf1 Bxe4 16.dxe4 Qe7 17.a3 Bc5 (full line available on WinKing's forum)

Oct-19-13  tbentley: After 14. d3:

Analysis by Houdini 3 x64: depth=31 <WinKing> 10/17/13

1.(-0.74): 14...Bb4+ 15.Kf1 Bxe4 16.dxe4 Qe7 17.a3 Bc5 18.b4 Ba7

2.(-0.56): 14...Bxe4 15.dxe4 Bb4+ 16.c3 dxc3 17.Qxd8+ Rxd8 18.Bxc3

3.(-0.56): 14...Qd6 15.Ng3 0-0-0 16.Qf3 Ne5 17.Qe2 Qb4+ 18.Kd1 Bxe4 (for complete lines see my forum - <WinKing>)

<tbentley>Stockfish_4_x64_modern_sse42, 35 ply: 10/17/13 1) 14...Qd6 15.Ng3 0-0-0 16.Qe2 Bxe4 17.Nxe4 Qf4 18.Bc1 Qe5 19.Bd2 Ba3 20.0-0 h5 21.f4 Qd5 22.g5 Qf5 23.Qf3 Kb8 24.Kh2 Rhe8 25.Rad1 Bb4 26.a4 Rh8 27.Rfe1 Bxd2 28.Rxd2 (-0.86)

2) 14...Bb4+ 15.Kf1 Bxe4 16.dxe4 Qe7 17.a3 Bc5 18.b4 Ba7 19.Ng3 g6 20.Qe2 0-0-0 21.Rd1 Qe6 22.Kg2 Ne5 23.Bc1 Kb8 24.Bf4 f6 25.b5 Nc4 26.a4 Rde8 27.bxa6 Qxa6 (-0.74)

3) 14...Bxe4 15.dxe4 Bb4+ 16.c3 dxc3 17.Qxd8+ Rxd8 18.Bxc3 h5 19.g5 0-0 20.0-0 Bxc3 21.Nxc3 Nd4 22.Kg2 h4 23.Rac1 Ne6 24.Kf3 Nxg5+ 25.Kg4 f6 26.f4 Ne6 27.Rcd1 Kf7 28.f5 Nc5 29.Kxh4 a5 30.Kg4 Rh8 31.Rd5 Nd3 (-0.60)

Oct-19-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  stunningmove: Stunningmove 10/19 After 11...Qd7 d-25

Houdini_15a_x64: 25/66 41:34 11,518,557,005 4,617,000

-0.28 12.exd4 Nxe4 13.Bxe4 Bd5 14.d3 O-O-O 15.Bf5 Be6

-0.32 12.Nxf6+ Bxf6 13.exd4 Bd5 14.Bxd5 Qxd5 15.O-O exd4

-0.34 12.N2g3 O-O-O 13.Nxf6 Bxf6 14.Qe2 Bd5 15.e4 Be6

-0.54 12.N4g3 O-O-O 13.exd4 exd4 14.Bxc6 Qxc6 15.Nxd4 Rxd4

Oct-19-13  blue wave: <<Forum Marker>> <GMSW vs The World>

11...Qd7!?>

Oct-19-13  blue wave: <RV>

<D. 11...Qd7>

[-0.36] d=28 11...Qd7 12.exd4 Nxe4 13.Bxe4 Bd5 14.d3 OľOľO 15.Bf5 Be6 16.dxe5 Bxf5 17.gxf5 Rhe8 18.Ng3 Bb4 19.Kf1 Nxe5 20.Bxe5 Rxe5 21.Qg4 Bc3 22.Rd1 Kb8 23.Rg1 Ra5 24.a4 Bd4 25.c4 Qc6 26.Ne2 Qb6

Oct-20-13  blue wave: <New Forum Marker>

<11. Ne4 Nxe4 12. Bxe4 Bd5 13. Ng3 Bxe4 14. Nxe4 Qd5!?>

Oct-20-13
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  stunningmove: Stunningmove 10/20 depth 25ply

Houdini_15a_x64: 25/64 30:23 8,403,127,439 4,609,000

-0.19 15.Qf3 O-O-O 16.O-O-O Rf8 17.Kb1 Kb8 18.d3 g6 19.Rhg1 Qe6

-0.66 15.d3 O-O-O 16.Qf3 Nb4 17.O-O-O Nxa2+ 18.Kb1 Nb4

-0.71 15.Ng3 O-O-O 16.e4 Qe6 17.d3 g6 18.a3 Na7 19.Qe2 Nb5

-0.98 15.f3 O-O-O 16.Qe2 Nb4 17.c4 Nc2+ 18.Kd1 Qa5 19.Kxc2 d3+

Oct-20-13
Premium Chessgames Member
  stunningmove: After 14...Qd5 15.Qf3! White's potential discovered attack on the Black Q (Nf6+) precludes a black Nb4 from being as effective as when 14...Qd7 is played. This practically forces 15.0-0-0 which allows a white 0-0-0 in reply and a drawish game
Oct-21-13  blue wave: <Forum Marker>

<11...Nxe4 12. Bxe4 Bd5 13. Ng3 Bxe4 14. Nxe4 Qd7 15. Qf3 Nb4 16. 0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17. Kb1 Nb4>

Oct-26-13
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  AylerKupp: Analysis of 12...Bd5 13.Ng3 Bxe4 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4>:


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<Bouquet 1.8>: 1. [-0.56]: 15...Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rhg1 Rh7 21.Rdf1 a5 22.Rg3 Nc6 23.Rfg1 Bf8 24.Ka2 Ne7 25.exd4 Nxf5 26.Rf3 Nxd4 27.Rxf7 Rh8 28.Rg3


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<Critter 1.6a>: 1. [-0.50]: 15...Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Qxf5 19.gxf5 d3 20.c4 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Rdf1 a5 23.f4 exf4 24.Rxf4 h5 25.Rf2 a4 26.bxa4 Rxa4 27.Rfg2 Rh7 28.Nc3 Ra6 29.Nb5 Rc6 30.Nd4 Rxc4 31.Ne6 Bf8 32.Rg6 Rc2 33.Bc3


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<Gull 2.3>: 1. [-0.53]: 15...Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rdg1 Rh7 21.Rg3 Nc6 22.Rhg1 Bf8 23.h4 b6 24.Ka2 Rd5 25.h5 f6 26.Rg4 Kb7 27.Kb1 Rd8 28.Kc1 Rh8 29.Ng3 a5 30.Ne4 dxe3 31.fxe3 Ne7 32.Ng3 Nd5


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<IvanHoe 946f>: 1. [-0.55]: 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.0-0-0 h5 17.gxh5 0-0-0 18.Ba3 Nxc2 19.Bxe7 Qxe7 20.Rac1 Nb4 21.Nc5 Rd5 22.a3 Rxc5 23.Rxc5 Qxc5 24.axb4 Qe7 25.Re1 dxe3 26.Rxe3 Kb8 27.Qg4 Rh6 28.d4 g6 29.dxe5 Rxh5


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<Komodo 6>: 1. [-0.49]: 15...Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rdg1 Rh7 21.Rh2 Nc6 22.d3 Bf8 23.Rhg2 b6 24.Nd2 Kb7 25.Nf3 dxe3 26.fxe3 f6 27.e4 Rd7 28.Rg6 h5 29.Bc3 Bb4 30.Bxb4 Nxb4 31.Kb2 a5 32.Nd2 h4 33.Nc4


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Oct-30-13
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  AylerKupp: Analysis of 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Qxf5>:

<Bouquet 1.8>: 2. [-0.52], d=32: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rdg1 Rh7 21.h4 f6 22.Rg2 Nc6 23.d3 b6 24.Rhg1 Bf8 25.Ng3 dxe3 26.fxe3 h5 27.Ne2 Kb7 28.Nc3 Rh8 29.Bc1 Rg8 30.Kb2 Rd7


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<Critter 1.6a>: 1. [-0.51], d=29: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 Nc6 20.Rhg1 Bf8 21.f4 exf4 22.exd4 0-0-0 23.Rgf1 Nxd4 24.Rxf4 Nc6 25.h4 f6 26.d4 h5 27.c4 Ne5 28.Nf2 Nf7 29.Nd3 Re8 30.c5 b6 31.Rf2 Kb7 32.Kc2 Re4 33.Rh1 c6 34.Bc3 Re3 35.Re1


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<Gull 2.3>: 1. [-0.54], d=29: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rhg1 Rhg8 21.Rg2 Nd5 22.exd4 Nf4 23.Rg4 h5 24.Rg3 exd4 25.Rf3 Ng2 26.f6 gxf6 27.Nxf6 Rg5 28.Ne4 Re5 29.Ng3 h4 30.Nf5 Bc5 31.Nh6 Rde8 32.Rxf7 Re1 33.Rc1 Rxc1+ 34.Bxc1 d3 35.Nf5 dxc2+ 36.Kxc2 Re2 37.Ne3 Bxe3 38.fxe3 Nxe3+ 39.Kd3


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<IvanHoe 946f>: 1. [-0.58}, d=33: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rhg1 Rh7 21.Rdf1 Nc6 22.f4 exf4 23.exd4 Nxd4 24.Bxd4 Rxd4 25.Rxf4 Bd6 26.Nxd6+ Rxd6 27.d3 Kd7 28.Kb2 g5 29.fxg6 fxg6 30.Rf8 Re7 31.h4


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<Komodo 6>: 3. [-0.44], d=32: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 0-0-0 20.Rdg1 Rh7 21.h4 Nc6 22.h5 f6 23.Rg4 Bf8 24.Rhg1 b6 25.d3 Kb7 26.Nd2 dxe3 27.fxe3 Ne7 28.e4 Nc6 29.R1g2 Rd7 30.R4g3 Nb4 31.Bc3 a5 32.Rg6 b5 33.Kb2 Bc5 34.Bxb4 Bxb4 35.c3 Bd6 36.Kc2 c6


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<Spike 1.4>: 2. [-0.85], d=39: 18...Qxf5 19.gxf5 d3 20.c3 Nc6 21.Rhg1 Bf8 22.Ka2 b6 23.Ba3 f6 24.c4 Bxa3 25.Kxa3 0-0 26.Nc3 Rf7 27.Nd5 e4 28.Rg4 Re8 29.Rf4 Re5 30.Kb2 a5 31.f3 exf3 32.Rxf3 Rd7 33.Rg1 Kh7 34.Ra1 Re8 35.Rg1 Ne5 36.Rfg3 Kh8 37.Nf4 c6 38.Kc3 b5 39.Ra1 bxc4 40.bxc4 Ra8 41.Ng6+ Nxg6 42.Rxg6


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Oct-30-13
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  AylerKupp: <Analysis of 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 d3>:

<Bouquet 1.8>: 1. [-0.58], d=32: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhf1 Kf7 22.f4 exf4 23.Rxf4 Nc6 24.Rg4 h5 25.Rg2 Bb4 26.Rdg1 Rh7 27.Rf2


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<Critter 1.6a>: 2. [-0.50], d=29: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhf1 Kf7 22.f4 exf4 23.Rxf4 h5 24.Ba3 a5 25.Kb2 Rae8 26.Rg1 Bf8 27.Rg2 b6 28.Rg1 Ra8 29.Rh4 Rd8 30.Rd1 Be7 31.Ra1 Nc6


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<Gull 2.3>: 2. [-0.53], d=29: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Rg6 Nc6 23.Rdg1 Rhg8 24.Ng3 Bf8 25.Nh5 Ne7 26.R6g4 Nxf5 27.f4 Bd6 28.c5 Bxc5 29.fxe5 fxe5 30.Bxe5 g6 31.Nf4 Rae8 32.Nxd3 Bd6 33.Bxd6 Nxd6 34.Rc1 c6 35.Nc5 Re7 36.Rf1+ Kg7


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<IvanHoe 946f>: 2. [-0.54], d=33: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhf1 a5 22.f4 exf4 23.Rxf4 h5 24.Ba3 Kf7 25.Kb2 b6 26.Rg1 Rad8


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<Komodo 6>: 1. [-0.50], d=32: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 Kf7 22.Rg6 Nc6 23.Nc3 Bc5 24.Nd5 Ne7 25.Nxe7 Bxe7 26.e4 Rhg8 27.Ka2 b5 28.Rc1 Bb4 29.Rg3 c6 30.Kb1 Rad8 31.cxb5 axb5 32.Bc3 Be7 33.Bb2 c5 34.Rg6 Ra8 35.f3 Rgd8 36.Rcg1 Bf8 37.h4 c4 38.bxc4 bxc4


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<Spike 1.4>: 1. [-0.91], d=39: 18...d3 19.c4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 f6 21.Rhg1 0-0 22.Ng3 Rf7 23.Nh5 Nc6 24.f4 Kh7 25.Rg6 Rg8 26.Rdg1 Bd6 27.fxe5 Bxe5 28.Bxe5 Nxe5 29.R6g3 b5 30.c5 a5 31.Nf4 c6 32.e4 Re8 33.Kb2 a4 34.bxa4 bxa4 35.Kc3 Rb7 36.Nxd3 Rb3+ 37.Kc2 Nxd3 38.Rxd3 Rxe4 39.Rxb3 axb3+ 40.Kxb3 Rf4 41.Re1 Rxf5 42.Kc4 Rf4+ 43.d4


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Oct-30-13
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  AylerKupp: <Analysis of 14.Nxe4 Qd7 15.Qf3 Nb4 16.0-0-0 Nxa2+ 17.Kb1 Nb4 18.Qf5 Nc6>:

<Bouquet 1.8>: 3. [-0.41], d=32: 18...Nc6 19.f4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 exf4 21.exd4 0-0-0 22.Rdf1 Nxd4 23.Rxf4 Rhe8 24.f6 gxf6 25.Bxd4 Rxd4 26.d3 Rg8 27.Rf5 Rg6 28.h4 Rb4 29.h5 Rg2 30.Nxf6 Rb5 31.Rxb5 axb5 32.Rf1 Bc5 33.c3 Ba3 34.b4 Rb2+


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<Critter 1.6a>: 3: [-0.48], d=29: 18...Nc6 19.Rhg1 Qxf5 20.gxf5 Bf8 21.f4 exf4 22.exd4 0-0-0 23.Rgf1 Nxd4 24.Rxf4 Nc6 25.h4 f6 26.d4 h5 27.c4 Ne5 28.Nf2 Nf7 29.Rf3 Re8 30.c5 Nh6 31.Rg1 Re2 32.b4 Kb8 33.Bc1 c6 34.Rg6 Nf7


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<Gull 2.3>: 3. [-0.50], d=29: 18...Nc6 19.Rhg1 Qxf5 20.gxf5 Bf8 21.f4 exf4 22.exd4 0-0-0 23.Rg4 Nxd4 24.Rxf4 Rd5 25.Rdf1 Nc6 26.d3 f6 27.Ng3 h5 28.Rh4 Rd8 29.Bc1 Bd6 30.Bf4 Bc5 31.Rxh5 Ne7 32.Bd2 Bd4 33.Ka2 Nd5 34.Re1 Be5 35.Rg1 Kb8 36.c4


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<IvanHoe 946f>: 3. [-0.54], d=33: 18...Nc6 19.f4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 exf4 21.exd4 0-0-0 22.Rdf1 Nxd4 23.Rxf4 Rhe8 24.d3 f6 25.Bxd4 Rxd4 26.Rg1 Bf8 27.Nxf6 Rxf4 28.Nxe8 Bc5 29.Rg6 Bd4 30.c4 Rxf5 31.Nxg7 Rf1+ 32.Kc2 Rf2+ 33.Kc1 Kd7 34.h4


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<Komodo 6>: 2. [-0.48], d=32: 18...Nc6 19.f4 Qxf5 20.gxf5 exf4 21.exd4 0-0-0 22.Rdf1 Nxd4 23.Rxf4 Rhe8 24.d3 f6 25.Bxd4 Rxd4 26.Rg1 Bf8 27.Nxf6 Rxf4 28.Nxe8 Rxf5 29.Nxg7 Rf3 30.h4 Be7 31.Rg4 Rf1+ 32.Ka2 Rf2 33.Kb2 Bf6+ 34.d4 c5 35.Ne6 cxd4 36.Nxd4 h5 37.Re4 Rh2 38.Rf4 Rxh4 39.Rxf6 Rxd4 40.Rh6 h4 41.Rh7 Rg4 42.c4 Rf4 43.Kc2 a5 44.c5 Rg4 45.Kd2


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<Spike 1.4>: 3. [-0.82], d=39: 18...Nc6 19.Qxd7+ Kxd7 20.Rhf1 Rad8 21.f4 f6 22.fxe5 fxe5 23.exd4 exd4 24.Rf7 Rhg8 25.Rdf1 Ke8 26.Bc1 Rf8 27.Rxf8+ Bxf8 28.d3 Bb4 29.h4 Ne7 30.h5 Nd5 31.Rf5 c6 32.g5 hxg5 33.Rxg5 Rd7 34.Bb2 Nc3+ 35.Bxc3 Bxc3 36.Rg3 Kd8 37.Nxc3 dxc3 38.d4 a5 39.Kc1 Kc7 40.d5 c5 41.Rg6 Rf7 42.d6+ Kd7


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Nov-01-13  blue wave: <New Forum Marker>

Analysis/Discussion hosted by stunningmove ~


<C. 15.d3>

Rybka 4.1

-0.72/31 15.d3 h5 16.g5 Bb4+ 17.Nd2 Qd5 18.Rg1 e4 19.a3 Bxd2+ 20.Qxd2 Ne5 21.0-0-0 Nf3 22.dxe4 Qxe4 23.Qb4 Nxg1 24.Rxg1 0-0-0 25.Bxd4 Rhg8 26.Qc4 g6 27.f4 Rd5 28.Rd1 Rgd8 29.Kb2 Qf3 30.Be5

Nov-06-13  MTuraga: Stockfish4 64 depth = 30 dpa

(A) 15. d3 h5 16. g5 Qf5 17. Qe2 O-O-O 18. O-O-O Bxg5 19. Nxg5 Qxg5 20. Kb1 Qe7 (-0.90)

(B) 15. d3 h5 16. g5 Bb4+ 17. Nd2 Qf5 18. a3 dxe3 19. fxe3 Bc5 20. Qf3 Qxg5 (-0.76)

Analysis continues

Nov-22-13
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