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Nikolay Zubarev vs Boris Verlinsky
Moscow (1925), Moscow URS, rd 5, Nov-15
King's Indian Defense: Four Pawns Attack. Dynamic Attack (E76)  ·  1-0



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Aug-14-03  Blumster: It seems after 74 that white is offering a draw by rep. Why? Two pawns up? Thats almost a guaranteed win, even with his subpar position.
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  Honza Cervenka: I think that there was a rule of threefold repetition of moves, not only position.
Mar-19-19  Straclonoor: Two times in the game white could won faster
First - 73.Kg2! instead of 73.Ke2?, and black needed to trade the rook on knight - 73...Rxf1 etc. with easy win for white.

Another way goes to mate 73....Ra3 74.Nh2+ Kh4 75.Nf3+ (same option to black - 75....Rxf3) Kg4 76.Rg5#

Analysis by Stockfish 080219 64 POPCNT:

+- (18.73): 82.Rd3+ Rxd3 83.Kxd3 Ba6+ 84.Kd4 Bb5 85.Kd5 Kf2 86.c6 Ke2 87.c7 Ba6 88.Ne4 Bc8 89.b5 f3 90.Kd4 Kf1 91.a6 Kg1 92.Nd2 f2 93.a7 Bb7 94.b6 f1Q 95.Nxf1 Kf2 96.c8Q Bxc8 97.a8Q Be6 98.b7

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