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Georgy Lisitsin vs Vladimir Alatortsev
Moscow (1935), Moscow URS, rd 11, Mar-01
English Opening: Agincourt Defense. King's Knight (A13)  ·  0-1

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Jun-02-07  micartouse: It's amazing Black is able to use just his slightly better king position to create a win in this pawn ending, although it should be drawn.

48. Kc2 is the fatal mistake. White needed to play 48. e4 to prevent the ... f5 move. Then as soon as Black moves ... Kb1 White plays b4 and has a better position to draw.

It's hard to know how to deal with the 4P v. 4P formation properly.

Mar-27-14
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  wwall: Instead of 48.Kc2?, White can draw with 48.e4 Kb1 49.e5 Kc1 50.Kc4 Kb2 51.g4 g6 52.g5 Kc2 53.f4 Kb2 54.b4 a4 55.b5 a3 56.b6 a2 57.b7 a1=Q 58.b8=Q+ Kc2 59.Qb3 Kd2 60.Qd3+ Ke1 61.Qe3+ Kf1 62.Qf3+ and perpetual check.

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