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Max Judd vs Frederick Bock
3rd American Chess Congress (1874), Chicago, IL USA, Jul-10
Spanish Game: Closed Variations. Morphy Attack (C78)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Jul-06-14  bystander: 8) Bb3 gives black counterplay, e.g. 8) Bb3 Nd4x 9) Nd4x ed4x 10) Bd5 Nd5x 11) Nd5x Bf6. Instead of 8) Bb3 maybe 8) de5x Ne5x 9) Ne5x de5x 10) Qd8x Bd8x 11) Bb3 c6 gives white some better play.
Jul-06-14  bystander: 9) Nce2? I think Black can win the d4 pawn now after Bf3x. Either 9) d5 or 9) de5x looks better for white.
Jan-27-16  ophintor: How is this a draw? After ..e2, the White King just has to move away and Black can easily queen shortly after. What am I missing?
Jan-27-16
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  jnpope: <What am I missing?>

It's White's move in the final position? Also the pawn is on d3... so 63.Ke1 d2+ 64.Kd1 Kd3 stalemate.

Aug-08-16  djvdpc1017: it's White's move after 62...Ke3.
White plays 63.Ke1 and draws.
If 63...d2, 63. Kd1 wins the pawn or Black stalemates White.
Nov-21-18  Straclonoor: Only 48.f4 keeps the draw. 48.Kd2? goes to tough postion for white.

Analysis by Stockfish 191118 64 POPCNT:

1. = (0.00): 48.f4 Kc2 49.Ke3 Kc3 50.Ke2 Kd4 51.Kf3 Kc3

2. -+ (-2.66): 48.Kd2 g5 49.f4 gxf4 50.g5 f3 51.g6 d4 52.g7 f2 53.Ke2 d3+ 54.Kxf2 d2 55.g8Q d1Q 56.Qf8 Qb3 57.Qd6 Ka2 58.Qc5 Qd3 59.Qb4 Qc4 60.Qd6 Qa4 61.Qc5 Qb3 62.Ke1 Qc4 63.Qe3 Qc2 64.Qb6 Qc3+ 65.Ke2 Qc4+ 66.Kd2 Kxa3 67.Kd1 Qd3+ 68.Kc1 Qc3+ 69.Kd1 Qe5 70.Qa7+ Kb2 71.Qf2+ Kb1 72.Qc2+ Ka1 73.Qc1+ Ka2 74.Qc6 Qd4+ 75.Kc2 Qb2+ 76.Kd1 Qb3+ 77.Kd2 b4 78.Qc5 Qb2+ 79.Kd3 b3 80.Qb4 Qc1 81.Qa5+ Qa3 82.Qd5 Kb1 83.Kc4

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