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Jens-Uwe Maiwald vs Klaus Bischoff
German Championship (1997), Gladenbach GER, rd 8, Nov-24
Sicilian Defense: Delayed Alapin (B50)  ·  0-1



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Apr-04-18  whiteshark: As Christopher Lutz pointed out in his great and highly recommended endgame book <*> <"Endspieltraining für die Praxis" <<>> (in English it's called <Endgame Secrets: How to Plan in the Endgame in Chess>)>

<88.Nxd5! Bxd5 89.Bd4> would have built a fortress.

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SF didn't get it though:

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1) -5.33 (<70 ply>) 89...Ke4 90.Be3 Kd3 91.Ba7 Kd2 92.Bb6 Kd1 93.Kf1 Bg2+ 94.Kg1 Be1 95.Bd4 Ke2 96.Bb6 Bd5 97.Bd4 Kf3 98.Bb6 Bb4 99.Bd4 Be4 100.Kf1 Bd6 101.Kg1 Bd5 102.Bb6 Be5 103.Bc5 Bc3 104.Kf1 Be4 105.Kg1 Bd3 106.Bf2 Bc4 107.Bb6 Be5 108.Bc5 Bf6 109.Bb6 Bg5 110.Ba7 Be7 111.Bd4 Bd6 112.Bb6 Ke4 113.Kf2 Be6 114.Ba7 Kf5 115.Kf1 Bc4+ 116.Kf2 Be5 117.Be3 Ke4 118.Bc5 Bd5 119.Bb6 Bd6 120.Ba7 Be7 121.Ke2 Bb4 122.Bb6 Bc4+ 123.Kf2 Bd6 124.Ba7 Be5 125.Bb6 <etc>

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Move 88(W).
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Move 88(W).
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Move 88(W).
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Move 88(W).
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