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Utut Adianto vs Fritz (Computer)
Indochess Man - Machine (2005), Jan-10
Formation: Queen Pawn Game: London System (D02)  ·  0-1

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Jan-15-05  MidnightDuffer: An exciting endgame, one would have to play precisely to win; Adianto nearly prevails with Queening his d pawn. It's not for me to say; but I think 57. Kg3 would have been better than 57. Kg1 , the flight to the first rank... also, I like it if you play it out, how the exchange of Bishops could have occurred with White giving up his Queen only to Queen a pawn on the next move; Somehow, the passed pawn d seems to give White an advantage in the endgame but perhaps he should only play to a safe draw.
Feb-02-05  GreenDayGuy: How about 63. Qd8? It stops the bishop from giving mate if white pushes the pawn too early, but still gives the option of queening.
Feb-02-05
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  beatgiant: <GreenDayGuy>
63. Qe8 Qe1+ 64. Kh2 Qf2+ 65. Kh1 Qxf3+, etc. and the bishop soon comes in via d5 with a quick mate, or 64. Kg2 Bf1+ 65. Kg1 Bd3+!, and Black's queen chases White's king to h5 followed by ...g6+, Qxg6 Bxg6#.
Jun-28-05  halcyonteam: Sadly misguided Adianto: Passed Pawns are not always Winning
Jan-04-06  hamzeabdi: anyone here plays on yahoo games?
Jan-04-06  hamzeabdi: who here has an elo rating of 2000?
Jan-04-06  strifeknot: <hamzeabdi: anyone here plays on yahoo games?>

Posting such queries on The Kibitzer's Café is probably best.

Jan-04-06  Spohn: Not 63...Qe1+ but 63...Qg1+ 64.Kh3 Qf2+ 65.Kh4 g5#
Jun-02-17
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  fredthebear: <Spohn: Not 63...Qe1+ but 63...Qg1+ 64.Kh3 Qf2+ 65.Kh4 g5#>

Spohn is spot on. Black threatens mate in three.

White seems forced to play defensively 63.Qc5 to prevent checkmate, allowing 63...Be6 and the White passer will fall next. This leaves Black a bishop and pawn to the good.

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