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Jan Willem te Kolste vs Willem Barend Hendrik Meiners
DCA Congress 31st (1903), Hilversum NED, rd 9, Aug-??
Spanish Game: Closed. Averbakh Variation (C87)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Sep-22-04  mjk: White is lost (mate in 38) after 73...f1♕, but Black misses the mate in 36 after 74.Rd5 <Nalimov>.
Jun-27-15  David2009: J W te Kolste vs W Meiners, 1903 Black 77...?

Black (to play) misses his chance to separate White from the Pawn:

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77...Qe4+! 78.Kc3 Ke3 79.Kb3 (to avoid Qd4+) Qb1+ 80.Kc3 or c4 Qd3+ 81.Kb4 Kd4 and White is squeezed to the edge of the board. The White Pawn means that Black need not worry much about stalemate tricks.

Aug-12-19  Straclonoor: <White is lost (mate in 38) after 73...f1♕, but Black misses the mate in 36 after 74.Rd5> That's true, but Kolste could won early in the game.

Analysis by Stockfish 120719 64 POPCNT:

+- (7.78): 34.Rxe5 b5 35.Rf1 b4 36.Qe3 Qb6 37.Qe4 Qc5 38.Ba4 Rhd8 39.Bxd7 Rxd7 40.Rf2 b3 41.axb3 a5 42.Rc2 Qb4 43.Qxb4 axb4 44.Rc6 f6 45.Ree6 Rf7 46.Re8 h5 47.Rc8 hxg4 48.R6xc7 Rxc7 49.Rxc7+ Kf8 50.Kg3 f5 51.d6 Ke8 52.Kf4 Kd8 53.Rg7 Kc8 54.Rxg6 Kd7 55.Kxf5 g3 56.Ke5

34.Qxe5? was wrong capturing

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