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Aleksey Dreev vs Alexis Cabrera
XXIX Vicente Bonil Albox (2005) (rapid), Albox ESP, rd 3, Jun-04
King's Indian Defense: Saemisch Variation. Panno (E84)  ·  1-0

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Jan-08-06
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  patzer2: This game gets down to a very amusing and instructive endgame with White having ♔ ♗ ♗ ♘ versus Black's ♔ ♘ ♗. I'm not sure if White's win is forced, but it sure is entertaining.
Jan-08-06  blingice: Very cool endgame. Could black have tried for the 50 move rule?
Jan-08-06  Assassinater: <Very cool endgame. Could black have tried for the 50 move rule?>

Count the moves between captures to see if he could've tried for it...

Jan-08-06
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  patzer2: Per Fritz 8, Black's losing move was 52...Nxf5?? Instead, 52... Kf7 53. Bxh3 Nf6+ 54. Nxf6 Kxf6 55. Bg5+ Ke5 56. f6 Ke6 57. Bf1 Ne2 58. f7 Kxf7 59. Bxe2 =, with Black's ♔ ♗ versus White's ♔ ♗ ♗,seems to be a draw.
Feb-18-13
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  FSR: 67...Nb2 is the thematic move. White has a theoretical win (only discovered by computers c. 1990), but it's very difficult.
Mar-31-16  QueensideCastler: After 54. Bxh3 white mates in 59 according Lomonosov Tablebases [54...Ba1]
Mar-08-17  Woodrow887: 50 move rule or 75?
Sep-26-17
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  GrahamClayton: <Woodrow887>50 move rule or 75?

<Woodrow887>
By 2005 Article 9.3 was 50 moves for all positions.

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