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Alexander Fritz vs Wilfried Paulsen
Nuremberg (1883), Nuremberg GER, rd 2, Jul-16
Sicilian Defense: French Variation. Normal (B40)  ·  1-0

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Oct-21-13  redwhitechess: looks like the opening was quite a success for black, but the middle game was intrique.

33...Bxe4? , then white repay with 36.Rc3?? missing mate in two 36.Qxh4+ which is very easy, imo...

Oct-22-13  RookFile: Interesting game!
Oct-22-13  Everyone: How now?
Jan-15-20  Straclonoor: <looks like the opening was quite a success for black, but the middle game was intrique.> Yes. But it's not intrigue, it's clown's game.
<33...Bxe4? ,> Of course!

Analysis by Stockfish 070120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-20.29): 33...Rg3 34.Rxb7 Rxf3 35.Rb8+ Kd7 36.Rb7+ Kd6 37.e5+ Kxe5 38.Qe1+ Re3 39.Qf2 Qe4+ 40.Kh2 Re2 41.Rxf7 Qe3 42.Kg1 Rxf2 43.Rxf2 Qxb6 44.Kg2 Qe3 45.Rf3 Qd2+ 46.Rf2 Qd3 47.Nc1 Qg3+ 48.Kf1 Qxh3+ 49.Ke2 Qg4+ 50.Kd2 Qd4+ 51.Nd3+ Kd6 52.Rf8 Qg1 53.Nb4 h3 54.Kc3 h2 55.Rd8+ Ke7 56.Rh8 Qc1+ 57.Kd4 a2 58.Nxa2 Qd2+ 59.Kc5 Qxa2 60.Rg8 h1Q 61.Rxg7+ Kf6

2. -+ (-8.63): 33...Rf6 34.Rc3 Qb1+ 35.Rc1 Qxe4 36.fxe4 Rxf2 37.Nc3 Rb2 38.Kg1 Rxb6 39.Kf2 Rb3 40.Ke2 e5 41.Kd2 Bc8 42.Rg1 Rb2+ 43.Kc1 g6 44.Nb1 Rb3 45.Nxa3 Rxa3 46.Kd2 Be6 47.Rg5 Ke7 48.Kc2 Ra4 49.Rg1 Rxe4 50.Ra1 Bxh3 51.Rxa6 g5

<repay with 36.Rc3?? missing mate in two 36.Qxh4+ which is very easy> Right!

Analysis by Stockfish 070120 64 BMI2:

1. +- (#2): 36.Qxh4+ Ke8 37.Qe7#

2. -+ (-18.38): 36.Rc3 Qd1+ 37.Kh2 Qd6+ 38.Kh1 Bb7 39.Qxh4+ Kd7 40.Qf2 Ke8 41.Qc2 Qg3 42.Rc8+ Bxc8 43.Qxc8+ Ke7 44.Qc7+ Qxc7 45.bxc7 Kd7 46.c8Q+ Kxc8 47.Kh2 Kb7 48.Nb4 Kb6 49.Na2 Kc5 50.Nc1 Kb4 51.Kh1 Kc3 52.Ne2+ Kc4 53.Nc1 a5 54.Kh2 Kc3 55.Ne2+ Kc2 56.Nd4+ Kb2 57.Nc6 a2 58.Ne5 Rh6 59.Nd3+ Kc2 60.Ne5 a1Q 61.Nxf7

After 36.Rc3 black answered not best move, but enough to win. Later W.Paulsen missed one more chance to win

Analysis by Stockfish 070120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-57.45): 37...a2 38.Qxh4+ f6 39.Qh8+ Ke7 40.Rc7+ Kd6 41.Qd8+ Ke5 42.Rc5+ Bd5 43.b7 Qxc1+ 44.Rxc1 Bxf3+ 45.Kh2 Rg2+ 46.Kh1 Rc2+ 47.Kg1 Rxc1+ 48.Kh2 Bxb7 49.Qb8+ Kf5 50.Qxb7 a1Q 51.Qf3+ Kg6 52.Qe4+ Kf7 53.Qb7+ Kg8 54.Qa8+ Kh7 55.Qe4+ f5 56.Qh4+ Kg6 57.Qf2 Qe5+ 58.Qg3+ Qxg3+ 59.Kxg3 Rh1 60.Kf4 Rxh3 61.Ke5 Kf7 62.Kd4 g5 63.Kc4 Kf6 64.Kb4

37...Bd5 was suitable.

2. -+ (-10.39): 37...Bd5 38.Qc5 Qxc1+ 39.Rxc1 Bxf3+ 40.Kh2 Rg2+ 41.Kh1 Rg5+ 42.Kh2 Rxc5 43.Rxc5 a2 44.Rc1 g5 45.Kg1 f5 46.Kf2 Bd5 47.Kg1 g4 48.hxg4 fxg4 49.Kh2 a5 50.Re1 Kc8 51.b7+ Kxb7 52.Rc1 Ka6 53.Ra1 Kb5 54.Re1 Kb6 55.Rg1 Kc6 56.Re1 Kd6 57.Rg1 Kd7 58.Ra1 Kd8 59.Re1 Kc8 60.Rc1+ Kb7 61.Rg1

40th black move - other more chance to win easely

Analysis by Stockfish 070120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-47.95): 40...Qxb6 41.Qc7+ Qxc7 42.Rxc7+ Kd8 43.Rc3 Rg3 44.Rxa3 Bxf3+ 45.Kh2 Rg2+ 46.Kh1 Bd5 47.Rd3 Rc2+ 48.Kg1 Rxc1+ 49.Kf2 f5 50.Ke3 g5 51.Kd2 Rh1 52.Rg3 f4 53.Rxg5 f3 54.Rg8+ Kd7 55.Ke3 Re1+ 56.Kf2 Re2+ 57.Kf1 Rc2 58.Rf8 Ke7 59.Rf4 a5 60.Ra4 f2 61.Rf4 a4 62.Rxa4 Bc4+ 63.Rxc4 Rxc4 64.Kxf2 Rc3 65.Kg2 Rxh3 66.Kxh3 Kf6 67.Kg2 Ke5 68.Kf3 Kd4 69.Ke2

W.Paulsen choose 40....Qxc1+ and it's was good.

2. -+ (-9.55): 40...Qxc1+ 41.Rxc1 Bxf3+ 42.Kh2 Rg2+ 43.Kh1 Rc2+ 44.Kg1 Rxc8 45.Rxc8 a2 46.Rc1 Kd6 47.Kf2 Be4 48.h4 f5 49.Kf1 e5 50.Kg1 Bd5 51.Kh2 a5 52.Kg3 Be4 53.Kh2 Kd7 54.Rc7+ Ke6 55.Rc1 Kd6 56.Kg3 Kd7 57.Kf2 f4 58.Ke2 Kd6 59.Kd1 Bd5 60.Ke2 a4 61.Kd2 e4 62.Ke1 g6 63.Kd2 e3+ 64.Kd3 Ke5 65.Ra1 Be4+ 66.Ke2 Kd4 67.Rxa2 f3+ 68.Kf1 Bd3+ 69.Ke1 f2+ 70.Rxf2 exf2+ 71.Kxf2 Be4 72.b7 Bxb7 73.Kg3 a3

Finally - 48....Bb1? missed win.

Analysis by Stockfish 070120 64 BMI2:

1. -+ (-12.91): 48...g5 49.Rc7+ Kd6 50.Rc1 f5 51.Kf1 f4 52.Kg1 e5 53.Kf2 Bd5 54.Ke1 a5 55.Ke2 e4 56.Kd2 a4 57.Ra1 Kc6 58.Kc3 e3 59.b7 Kxb7 60.Kd3 a3 61.Ke2 Kc6 62.Kd3 Kb6 63.Kc3 e2 64.Rc1 f3 65.Kd3 Kb5 66.Kd2 Kb4

2. -+ (-7.58): 48...Bd5 49.h4 f5 50.Kf1 Be4 51.Rc7+ Kd6 52.Rc1 e5 53.Kg1 Kd7 54.Kh2 g6 55.Rc7+ Kd6 56.Rc1 f4 57.Kh3 a5 58.Kg4 Kd7 59.Rc7+ Ke6 60.Rc1 Bb1 61.b7 a1Q 62.Rc6+ Kd5 63.b8Q Kxc6 64.Qa8+ Kc5 65.Kg5 Qa2 66.Qa7+ Kc4 67.Qa6+ Kc3 68.Kh6 Be4 69.Qb6 Qa3 70.Kg5 Qe7+ 71.Kg4 Qd7+ 72.Kg5 Qf5+ 73.Kh6 Kd3 74.Qc5 Ke2

Later W.Paulsen step by step missed draw.

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