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Eugene Aleksandrovich Znosko-Borovsky vs David Janowski
15th DSB Kongress (Nuremberg) (1906), Nuremberg GER, rd 3, Jul-25
Queen Pawn Game: Colle System. Anti-Colle (D04)  ·  1-0

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May-07-05
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  vonKrolock: <34...♕b5> Tarrasch points out that black would have a virtually won endgame playing 34...♕d6 35.♔a4 ♕c6 36.♔b4 a5 37.♔a3 ♖d3

<35...♖c8> And that here it was still factible 35...♕d3 36.♔b4 ♕d6 etc

Sep-08-16  Straclonoor: After 34th move position win black
Analysis by Stockfish 310816 64 POPCNT (-2.87): 34...a5+ 35.Ka4 b5+ 36.Kxa5 Ra8+ 37.Kb4 Qd6+ 38.Kb3 Qxg3+ 39.Kc2 Qxh4 40.Kb1 h6 41.Qc3 Qf4 42.Qc2 Qf1+ 43.Kb2 g6 44.Qd3 Qf6+ 45.Kb1 Rd8 46.Qc2 Qd4 47.Re4 Qd6 48.Qb3 Qd2 49.Qc2 Qa5 50.Re2 Qb4+ 51.Ka1 Rd4 52.Qb3 Qc5 53.Re8+ Kg7 54.Qb2 Qd5 55.Re1 Kg8 56.Qc3 Rd1+ 57.Rxd1 Qxd1+ 58.Kb2 Qe2+ 59.Qc2 Qxc2+ 60.Kxc2 g5 61.Kd3 Kh7 62.Ke3 Kg7 63.Kf3 h5 64.Kg3 Kh7
Feb-13-20  Straclonoor: Two times in the game Janowski could won

First

Analysis by Stockfish 230120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-11.16): 26...a6 27.Qb3 Qg5+ 28.Kc3 Rd8 29.Rd1 Nd4 30.Rxd4 Bxd4+ 31.Kc2 Qg6+ 32.Kc1 Rc8+ 33.Kd2 Qg5+ 34.Ke2 Qe5+ 35.Kd1 Bxb2 36.Qd3 Qe8 37.Ne4 Rd8 38.Nd6 Qf8 39.Kc2 Rxd6 40.Qxd6 Qxd6 41.Kxb2 Qe5+ 42.Kb1 Qe4+ 43.Kc1 g6 44.Rd1 Qc6+ 45.Kb1 Qxg2 46.h4 Qe4+ 47.Kb2 Qxh4 48.Kc3 Qf6+ 49.Kc2 Qc6+ 50.Kb2 Qb5+ 51.Kc3 Qe5+ 52.Kc2 Qe4+ 53.Kb3 Kg7 54.Rd2

2. -+ (-11.14): 26...Qh6+ 27.Kc3 Qf6+ 28.Kd2 a6 29.Qb3 Qg5+ 30.Kc3 Rd8 31.Rd1 Nd4 32.Rxd4 Bxd4+ 33.Kc2 Qg6+ 34.Kc1 Rc8+ 35.Kd2 Qg5+ 36.Ke2 Qe5+ 37.Kd1 Bxb2 38.Ne2 Bc3 39.Nxc3 Rxc3 40.Qxc3 Qxc3 41.Re1 Qd3+ 42.Kc1 g6 43.Re8+ Kg7 44.Rc8 Qf1+ 45.Kb2 Qxg2+ 46.Rc2 Qe4 47.a3 Qd3 48.Rc3 Qb5+ 49.Kc1 Qe5 50.Kd2 Qxh2+ 51.Ke1 Qe5+ 52.Kd2 Qd4+ 53.Kc2 Qe4+ 54.Kd2 Qg2+ 55.Ke3 Qg3+ 56.Kd4 Qf4+ 57.Kd3 Qh2 58.Ke3 b5 59.Rd3

Second, as I mentioned above, after <34.Rh4>

Analysis by Stockfish 230120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-5.05): 34...Qd6+ 35.Ka4 Qc6+ 36.Ka3 Rd3+ 37.Qb3 Qd6+ 38.Kb2 Rxb3+ 39.axb3 g5 40.Rg4 h6 41.Ra4 b5 42.Ra3 h5 43.Ka2 Kg7 44.Rb2 Qe6 45.Rc2 g4 46.Rb2 Kf6 47.Rc2 Kg6 48.Kb2 Qd6 49.Ka2 Kg7 50.b4 Qxb4 51.Rxa6 Qe4 52.Kb2 Qd4+ 53.Ka2 Qd3 54.Rb2 Qd5+ 55.Ka1 Qd1+ 56.Rb1 Qd3 57.Rb2 Qxg3 58.Ka2 Qc7 59.Ra3 Qc4+ 60.Rab3 h4 61.Ka1 f5 62.Rb4 Qf1+ 63.Ka2 h3 64.gxh3 g3 65.R4b3 f4 66.Rxb5 Qc4+ 67.Ka1 Qc1+ 68.Ka2 f3

2. -+ (-5.04): 34...Qb5+ 35.Kc3 Qd3+ 36.Kb4 Qd6+ 37.Ka4 Qc6+ 38.Ka3 Rd3+ 39.Qb3 Qd6+ 40.Kb2 Rxb3+ 41.axb3 g5 42.Rg4 h6 43.Ra4 b5 44.Ra3 Kg7 45.Ka2 h5 46.Rb2 Qe6 47.Rc2 g4 48.Rb2 Kf6 49.Rc2 Kg6 50.Kb2 Qd6 51.Ka2 Kg7 52.b4 Qxb4 53.Rxa6 Qe4 54.Kb2 Qd4+ 55.Ka2 Qd3 56.Rb2 Qd5+ 57.Ka1 Qd1+ 58.Rb1 Qd3 59.Rb2 Qxg3 60.Ka2 Qc7 61.Ra3 Qc4+ 62.Rab3 h4 63.Kb1 Qe4+ 64.Ka2 Qe6 65.Ka3 Qd6+ 66.Ka2 Qa6+ 67.Kb1 Qg6+ 68.Ka2 g3 69.Rb4

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