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Vladimir Nenarokov vs Peter Romanovsky
USSR Championship (1925), Leningrad URS, rd 10
King's Gambit: Falkbeer Countergambit. Blackburne Attack (C31)  ·  1/2-1/2



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May-06-21  Straclonoor:

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The rest of the game is <62....Kf5?? 63.a4 Ke6 64.Ke4 draw>

Black could won this pawn ending.

62... Kf6 63. a4 Kf5 64. b3 Kf6 65. b4 Ke6 66. a5 bxa5 67. bxa5 Kd7 68. Kc5 Kc7 69. Kd4 Kb8 70. Kc4 Ka7 71. Kc3 c5 72. Kb3 Ka6 73. Ka4 c4 74. Kb4 c3 75. Kxc3 Kxa5 76. Kb3 Kb5 77. Ka3 Kc4 78. Kb2 Kb4 79. Ka2 Kc3 80. Ka1 b5 81. Kb1 Kb3 82. Ka1 b4 83. Kb1 Ka3 84. Kc2 b3+ 85. Kc1 Ka2 86. Kd2 b2 87. Ke3 b1=Q 88. Kf4 Qd1 89. Ke4 Qh5 90. Kd4 Qf5 91. Kc4 Qe5 92. Kb4 Qd5 93. Ka4 Kb2 94. Kb4 Kc2 95. Ka4 Kc3 96. Ka3 Qa5# Lomonosov TB7

It's very instructive how to win this ending, using roundabout maneuvre of black king - f6-f5-f6-e6-d7-c7-b8(!)-a7-a6 etc.

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