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Akiba Rubinstein vs Alexey Selezniev
Gothenburg (1920), Gothenburg SWE, rd 3, Aug-05
Nimzo-Indian Defense: General (E20)  ·  1-0



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Jul-04-04  uzeromay: starting with move 44, white moves his king ten times
Jul-08-17  whiteshark: <uzeromay: starting with move 44, white moves his king ten times> Well observed, but let's not forget that seven moves have been caused by check. ;)
Jul-08-17  whiteshark:

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<58...Kd5 59.b6 Ra3+ 60.Kc2 Ra2+ 61.Kb3 Ra1> looks drawish.

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  kingscrusher: It is amazing but 62..f4 seems to be the disaster move - it loses black's passed pawn candidate which can be used to draw.

Akiba Rubinstein - Alexey Sergeevich Selezniev 1-0 3.0, Gothenburg Gothenburg SWE 1920

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Analysis by Stockfish 15 - 3 threads max:

1. +- (7.54): 63.gxf4 Rxf4 64.Ra6 Kf7 65.Rxa5 Ke6 66.Ra6+ Kd5 67.Rc6 Rh4 68.Rc8 Rxh2 69.b6 Rh7 70.Kb4 Rh1 71.Ka5 Rb1 72.Ka6 Ra1+ 73.Kb7 Rb1 74.Rc2 Kd6 75.Ka7 Ra1+ 76.Kb8 Rb1 77.b7 Kd5 78.Kc7 Rxb7+ 79.Kxb7 Kd4 80.Rc8 Ke4 81.Kc6 Ke3 White is clearly winning

(Gavriel, 17.03.2023)

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