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Nodar Lortkipanidze vs Markus Ragger
World Junior Championship (2008), Gaziantep TUR, rd 4, Aug-05
King Pawn Game: Parham Attack (C20)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jan-03-09
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  alexmagnus: Draw agreed, but the final position is winning. Obviously white didn't dare to play for win against a 447 points higher rated opponent after having a much worse position just a couple of moves ago.
Jun-05-09  WhiteRook48: and it's obviously winning
Jun-10-10  jbcol: Why is 11...BxN bad?
Jun-10-10  zanshin: <jbcol: Why is 11...BxN bad?>

It's not really 'bad', maybe just not as good as <11...Re8> (Rybka 3 comparison):


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[-0.69] d=18 11...Re8 12.f3 Bd7 13.Qf2 Qe7 14.a4 c6 15.d6 Qe5 16.g3 Nd5 17.Bxd5 (0:20.56) 101539kN

[-0.46] d=17 11...Bxe2 12.Kxe2 Re8 13.Kd1 Nxd5 14.h4 Re5 15.h5 Qd6 16.hxg6 hxg6 17.Bd2 Rae8 18.a4 Qc5 19.Kc1 Re2 20.b4 Nxb4 (0:14.34) 68125kN

Apr-01-11  WhiteRook48: can someone demonstrate how white would execute a win here?
Aug-16-14
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  FSR: <WhiteRook48> White has a serious advantage (Houdini 3 says +0.64 after 32...Kf8), but no forced win. Given the huge rating disparity between the players, it was reasonable for White to agree to a draw.

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