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Dragoljub Janosevic vs Rudolf Maric
Solidarity Tournament 2nd (1968), Skopje / Ohrid YUG, rd 15, Jul-??
Dutch Defense: Staunton Gambit. Chigorin Variation (A83)  ·  0-1

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Jun-13-04  drukenknight: From the opening of the day, do some of you endgame experts want to explain what happened here? It looks like it should draw with the RPs, but...I would stick this in the crap computer but I have no faith in its endgame.
Jun-13-04
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  Sneaky: In the final position, suggest a move for White. If 65.Ra8 Rxh3 Black can win as the white King is too far from the a-file; he's going to get cut off and be unable to help stop the pawn.

If 65.Rb3 a2 66.Ra3 a1=Q! 67.Rxa1 Rh1+ leaving an easy endgame where the white pawn is not nearly close enough to queening to make any difference.

And 65.Rc8+ is just a "fair wind" which helps the King get over to the a-pawn, something he needs to do anyhow.

Jun-13-04  drukenknight: Umm the final position looks bad, what if we back up to move 63? And try 63 Kg1 Rc2 64 Rg4+ is this any better? ALso, isnt this ending a draw in theory?
Sep-27-04
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  beatgiant: <isnt this ending a draw in theory?>

There are some theoretically drawn rook and pawn endgames with rim pawns, but I don't think this is one of them because of the positional factors (Black's king and rook are in advanced positions).

White will have to give a rook for Black's pawn, and White's king is cut off from supporting the h-pawn. For example, 63 ♔g1 ♖c2 64. ♖g4+ ♔b3 65. ♖g8 a3 66. ♖b8+ ♔c3 67. ♖c8+ ♔d2 68. ♖d8+ ♔c1 .

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