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Aleksey Dreev vs Michal Krasenkow
GMA (2001), Dos Hermanas ESP, rd 4, Apr-22
Gruenfeld Defense: Three Knights Variation. Hungarian Attack (D92)  ·  1-0

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Jul-01-02  borgianus: A sad game. He who has played better had lost. Chess is not always fair.
Jul-01-02
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  Sneaky: At what point to you believe Black was winning?
Jul-02-02  borgianus: I mean not exactly winning, but not lost. After 40. Kd2 I think black is not lost at all. I think black deserved more than a zero.
Oct-16-02  Outcast Searcher: Huh? Borgianus, after 41 Kd2, it's just a matter of whether black can get a perpetual check (which IMO he clearly can't). Otherwise Dreev simply walks the b pawn in. The endgame is the only part of chess I can actually claim to have a bit of decent knowledge in, and this looks pretty textbook to me. After one more spite check from e8, Kc7 beautifully prevents any more of that. Do you have a line from black's 41 in mind that could have prevented white from walking the pawn in, or at least the K toward the b pawn, and then the pawn in?
Oct-16-02  drukenknight: 41....Qb7 seems like a better choice, can he save it? not sure.
Oct-19-02  Danilomagalhaes: If --- Qg2, Qc8+, Kh7, Ke3, Qd5, b7, Qb3+, Ke2, Qa2+, Kf3, Qb3+, Ke4, f5+, Kxe5, Qb2+, Kd5, Qb5+, Ke6, Qe2+, Kd7, Qd1+, Ke7, Qe2+, Qe6, Qb2, Qf7+, Kh8, Qf6+, Kh7, Qxb2, g5, b8=Q, g4, Qf6, gxh3, Qf7# 1-0

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But, drukenknight, if Qb7, Qc7, Qd5+, Ke3, Qb3+, Ke4, Qxh3, Qb8+, Kh7, Qxe5, Qh1+, Kd4, Qa1+, Ke4, Qb1+, Kf3, Qxb6, Qf4, Qb7+, Kg3, f5, Kh2, Qc6, Qe5, h5, Qe7+, Kh6, f4, Qc2+, Kh3, Qc3+, Kh4, Qg7, Qd8, Kh7, Qd6, Qb7, Qd1, Qe7+, Kg3, Qe3+, Qf3, Qxf3+, Kxf3, Kg7, Ke2, Kf6, Kf3, h4, Kg2, g5, fxg5+, Kxg5, Kf3, f4, Kf2, Kg4, Kg1, Kg3, Kf1, f3, Ke1, h3, Kd2, f2, Ke2, h2, Ke3, f1=Q, Kd4, Qf4+, Kd3, h1=Q, Kc2, Qc4+, Kd2, Qhc1# 0-1 ---
Study these moves. They┬┤re very nice.

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