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Bartlomiej Katkowski vs Maciej Skrzypnik
ch-POL Boys U18 (2001), Zakopane POL, rd 10, Jan-25
French Defense: Advance Variation (C02)  ·  1/2-1/2

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  Straclonoor: Three moves goes to win in pawn ending.
Analysis by Stockfish 171217 64 POPCNT:

1. -+ (-52.56): 40...Ka4 41.Kd5 h5 42.Ke6 e4 43.Kxf6 e3 44.Kg5 e2 45.Kg6 b5 46.f6 e1Q 47.f7 Qe7 48.Kg7 Kxa3 49.Kg8 Kxb4 50.f8Q Qxf8+ 51.Kxf8 Kc5 52.Kf7 b4 53.Kf6 Kc4 54.Kf7 b3 55.Kg6 b2 56.Kxh5 b1Q 57.Kg4 Qg1+ 58.Kh3 Qg7 59.h5 Qg5 60.h6 Qxh6+ 61.Kg3 Qh5 62.h3 Qg6+ 63.Kf2 Qf5+ 64.Kg3 Qh5 65.Kg2 Qg5+ 66.Kh1 Qd5+ 67.Kg1

2. -+ (-52.56): 40...Kc4 41.Kf3 h5 42.Ke4 Kb5 43.Kd5 Ka4 44.Ke6 e4 45.Kxf6 e3 46.Kg5 e2 47.f6 e1Q 48.Kg6 b5 49.f7 Qe7 50.Kg7 Kxa3 51.Kg8 Kxb4 52.f8Q Qxf8+ 53.Kxf8 Kc5 54.Kf7 b4 55.Kf6 Kc4 56.Kf7 b3 57.Kg6 b2 58.Kxh5 b1Q 59.Kg4 Qg1+ 60.Kh3 Qg6 61.h5 Qxh5+ 62.Kg3 Qe5+ 63.Kh3 Qe6+ 64.Kg3 Qg6+ 65.Kf3 Qf5+ 66.Kg3 Qf6

3. -+ (-52.56): 40...h5 41.Kd5 Ka4 42.Ke6 e4 43.Kxf6 e3 44.Kf7 e2 45.f6 e1Q 46.Kg8 Kxa3 47.f7 Qe7 48.f8Q Qxf8+ 49.Kxf8 Kxb4 50.Kf7 Kc4 51.Kf6 b5 52.Kg6 b4 53.Kxh5 b3 54.Kg4 b2 55.h5 b1Q 56.Kh3 Qe1 57.Kg2 Qe2+ 58.Kg3 Qe5+ 59.Kg2 Qxh5 60.h3 Qg6+ 61.Kf2 Qf5+ 62.Kg3 Qg5+ 63.Kh2 Qd2+ 64.Kg3

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