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Karl Mayet vs Tassilo von der Lasa
Berlin (1839), Berlin GER
Dutch Defense: Janzen-Korchnoi Gambit (A80)  ·  0-1



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Nov-23-04  buscher07: That was a really good move (to get the knight) :)
Oct-24-07  nimh: Rybka 2.4 mp, AMD X2 2.01GHz, 10 min per move, threshold 0.33.

Mayet 11 mistakes:
4.g5 -0.57 (4.Nf3 -0.19)
12.Nb5 -1.30 (12.hxg5 -0.70)
21.0-0-0 -1.93 (21.f4 -0.70)
28.Kb2 -0.93 (28.f4 -0.31)
29.Rg1 -0.91 (29.f4 -0.22)
30.Ra1 -1.17 (30.f4 0.00)
31.Qc3 -1.20 (31.bxc5 -0.82)
37.Kc3 -2.94 (37.b6 -1.00)
38.b6 -5.16 (38.Rb2 -2.99)
42.Rb5 -1.16 (42.b7 -0.35)
45.Rb6 -4.01 (45.Kf2 -1.16)

Von Der Lasa 8 mistakes:
8...Bd6 -0.56 (8...cxd4 -1.07)
15...Nxg5 -0.84 (15...cxd4 -1.40)
22...e5 -0.97 (22...Qxf2 -2.07)
27...Qh4 -0.31 (27...g5 -1.16)
28...Qc4 -0.22 (28...g5 -0.93)
29...Rg8 0.00 (29...g5 -0.91)
30...c5 -0.82 (30...g5 -1.17)
38...Bxc2 -0.66 (38...Rc8+ -5.16)

Sep-23-08  I Offer You A Resign: I'm sorry, but what is the theory behind 2. h4?

I don't really understand the move.

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  ketchuplover: 2.h3 supports the g4 square.
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  wwall: Besides 44.b7, White could have played 44.Rxd5, which should draw after 44...Rxb6 45.Rxe5 Rb1 46.Re8 g2 47.Rg8+ Kh3 48.Rh8+ Kg3 49.Rg8+ Kh2 50.Rh8+ Kg1

45.Rb6?? was the losing move. allowing Black to play 45...g1=N+ (45...g1=Q 46.Rg6+ Kf5 47.Rxg1 Rxb7, which should draw). White draws after 45.Kf2 Kh3 46.Kg1 Kg3 (46...e4 47.Rxd5) 47.e4 d4 (or 47...dxe4) 48.Rb3+ and 49.Kxg2. After 45.Rb6?? g1=N+ 46.Kd1 (or 46.Kd3) 46...Kf5 wins for Black.

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