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Theodor von Scheve vs Wilfried Paulsen
DSB-07.Kongress (1892), Dresden, rd 15, Jul-18
Old Indian Defense: General (A53)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Kibitzer's Corner
Jul-13-05  IDestroyChess: why is it draw :)
Aug-02-05  fgh: Certainly e6 anytime soon looks promising for black, not to mention that even if he loses the knight, white has no pawns, while black has 4 pawns, and white's king could be cut out of action.
Aug-20-10  DocFox: I agree, the draw seemed a bit premature (although probably inevitable). Sure 4 pawns to 1 is HUGE in an endgame, but with an active Rook, some of that could be mopped up.

Actually black has some potential with passed pawns. I would have played a few more moves to see what happened. Of course, they both might have needed the draw.

Jun-21-17
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  Straclonoor: Final position is totally won for black
Here is the line
Analysis by Stockfish 170617 64 POPCNT:
(-4.77): 48.Rc2 e6 49.Rc3 Rd4 50.Ne3 Rxb4+ 51.Ka3 Rd4 52.Nc2 Rd5 53.Ne3 Ra5+ 54.Kb3 Nc5+ 55.Kb4 Ra7 56.Nc2 Ne4 57.Rh3 Kg7 58.Rh1 d5 59.Nd4 Rc7 60.Kb5 Rc4 61.Nc6 f5 62.Kb6 f4 63.Ne5 Rc3 64.Ng4 Kg6 65.Nxh6

Other moves more worse for white

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