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Josef Noa vs Mikhail Chigorin
Budapest (1896), Budapest AUH, rd 2, Oct-06
Italian Game: Giuoco Pianissimo. Italian Four Knights Variation (C50)  ·  1/2-1/2

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Sep-10-08  nimh: Chigorin missed 40...a3!

1: Josef Noa - Mikhail Chigorin, Budapest it HUN 1896


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Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit:
16ply

1. (-1.87): 41.Ne3 a2 42.Nc2[] Bd5[] 43.Re3 Qa6[] 44.Na1 f5[] 45.exf6 Qxf6 46.Nc2 Qf4 47.Kd1 Ka7 48.Ke1 Qf5 49.Kd2 Rxh3 50.Rxh3[] Rxh3[] 51.Rxh3[] Qxh3 52.Qe8 Qg2+ 53.Qe2 Qxe2+ 54.Kxe2 Kb6 2. (-3.27): 41.bxa3 Bxg4[] 42.Rxg4[] Rxh3[] 43.Rgf4 Qa4 44.Qc2 Qxa3+ 45.Qb2 Qa6 46.Rxh3 Rxh3 47.Rf1 Rh2 48.Rf6 Qa4 3. (-9.21): 41.b4 Bxg4[]

(Varend, 10.09.2008)

After forward sliding

1: Josef Noa - Mikhail Chigorin, Budapest it HUN 1896


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Analysis by Rybka 3 32-bit:
13ply

1. (-2.75): 42...Bxh3 43.Rf2 Bg4[] 44.Rxg4 Rxg4 45.Qxg4 Rh1+[] 46.Kd2[] Qxb2[] 47.Ke3[] Qxc3+ 48.Ke4[] Re1+[] 49.Kf5 Rc1[] 50.Qg8+[] Ka7[] 51.Qg2[] Qb3 52.Na1 Rxa1 53.Kf6 c3 2. (-1.82): 42...Bd5 43.Re3 Qa6
3. (-1.27): 42...Qd7 43.Rf1 Qa4 44.Na1 Rxh3 45.Rxh3

(Varend, 10.09.2008)

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