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Dusko Pavasovic vs Goran Arsovic
PRO League Group Stage (2017) (rapid), chess.com INT, rd 6, Feb-15
Sicilian Defense: Alapin Variation. General (B22)  ·  0-1

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Sep-18-20
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  FSR: Presumably White lost on time.
Sep-18-20  RandomVisitor: If white avoids exchanging pawns at move 85 he can then capture the weakly defended black pawn that remains, followed by promoting his own:


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Stockfish_20091507_x64_modern:
NNUE evaluation using nn-03744f8d56d8.nnue enabled

<66/53 04:12 +152.56 85.Rc3+ Kd2 86.Rh3 Kd1 87.Ba3 Rb8 88.Bd6 Rb7 89.Kb2 a4 90.b4 Ra7 91.Bc7 Ke2 92.Ba5 Ra8 93.Ka3 Kd2 94.Kxa4> Ra7

Sep-19-20
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  FSR: +152.56 is a hefty advantage.
Sep-19-20
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  FSR: IM Goran Arsovic is the greatest exponent of the rook versus rook and bishop endgame of all time! Why do I say that? He's had two of them, and scored 1.5 points! So what, you say? The superior side wins that ending over 40% of the time. True, but Goran Arsovic had the rook in both cases! He held the draw in 255 moves in I Nikolic vs G Arsovic, 1989, the longest tournament game of all time between humans. Then he WON from the inferior side (on time, I assume) in this game. Please don't confuse him with IM Zoran Arsovic, his twin brother.

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