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Tea Lanchava vs Caroline Slingerland
NED-ch (Women) (2000), Rotterdam NED, rd 5, Aug-26
Benoni Defense: General (A43)  ·  1/2-1/2



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  GrahamClayton: According to the Nalimov endgame database, Black has a mate in eight with 112. ♔f1 ♔d2 113. ♔g2 ♔e1 114. ♔g1 ♗h3 115. ♔h2 ♗f1 116. ♔g1 ♘g5 117. ♔h2 ♔f2 118. ♔h1 ♗g2+ 119. ♔h2 ♘f3#.
Feb-23-15  kevin86: Any master should be able to mate with bishop and knight. Black, somehow needed to get her ducks in order.
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  Bubo bubo: With the white king already in the vicinity of the right corner and not yet a half of the 50 moves spent, it seems strange to agree a draw here!
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  kbob: My guess it was time pressure and flag fall.
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  louispaulsen88888888: 1) mate-in-14 (39 ply) 99...Ne4 100.Kh3 Ke2 101.Kh4 Ke3 102.Kh3 Nd6 103.Kh4 Kf4 104.Kh3 Nf5 105.Kh2 Ke3 106.Kg1 Ng3 107.Kh2 Kf2 108.Kh3 Nf5 109.Kh2 Bg4 110.Kh1 Ng3+ 111.Kh2 Nf1+ 112.Kh1 Bf3#

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