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Vladimir P Larin vs Alexander Lukovnikov
Memorial V S Korensky (2009), Tambov, rd 5, Aug-26
King Pawn Game: Dresden Opening (C44)  ·  0-1



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  fredthebear: In the final position, material is even. Aren't all rook endings drawn? (Such a generalized saying is an exaggeration.)

So how does Black win this? Black has connected passed pawns on the kingside that are farther advanced than White's passers on the queenside. The Black rook cuts off the White king from scrambling over to assist the White rook. The White rook cannot stop both Black pawns supported by the Black king. Black will promote first and eventually deliver checkmate with the new queen. White may try to changes ends with the rook to check the Black king from behind, but His Majesty will use pawns as a shield from the checks.

Jul-25-19  gambitfan: 1) -0.53 (28 ply) 3...♗c5 4.d3 d6 5.♘c3 ♘ge7 6.♗e2 O-O 7.O-O ♗e6 8.♘h4 ♘d4 9.♗g4 ♘ec6 10.♘f5 ♕d7 11.♘d5 ♘xf5 12.exf5 ♗xf5 13.♗xf5 ♕xf5 14.♘xc7 ♖ac8 15.♘d5 e4 16.dxe4 ♕xe4 17.♕b3 ♖fe8 18.♗e3 ♗xe3 19.fxe3 ♘e5 20.a3 ♖xc4 21.♕xb7

Analyse par Stockfish apres les coups e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 c4 ...

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