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Fritz Baumbach vs Jorn Sloth
50th World Champions Jubilee Tournament (2001) (correspondence), ?, Jul-01
Kangaroo Defense: General (E00)  ·  1-0

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Sep-09-03  patzer2: After 49. R(e8) b8, black's passed pawn avalanche crumbles to dust and white wins.
Nov-18-03  MARK PEREZ: Any one want to play me i just started and i am new to the site my names mark perez
Jan-05-09  Ychromosome: Amazing, connected passed pawns fail.
Aug-24-12  vajeer: After 25....Bh3 Black avoids going exchange down.
Feb-18-19  syracrophy: <vajeer> Almost. 26.♘xc6 is check.
Apr-05-21  rwbean: 18... ♘e4 drops out of the top 10 moves of SF13 quickly. Black's game goes downhill after that.

The top suggested moves are 18... h5 or 18... g6.

Apr-05-21  drdos7: " rwbean: 18... ♘e4 drops out of the top 10 moves of SF13 quickly. Black's game goes downhill after that. The top suggested moves are 18... h5 or 18... g6."

I don't think that 18... ♘e4 was even close to being enough to lose the game... Stockfish seems to think that 29...h6? was a stinker, and instead suggests 29...c4.

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50/74 00:47 1,208,114k 25,702k -0.25 29. ... c5-c4 30.Ra8-g8 g7-g6 31.h2-h4 b7-b5 32.Rg8-b8 f7-f5 33.Kg2-f2 Ke7-d6 34.e2-e4 f5xe4 35.f3xe4 b5-b4 36.Rb8xb4 d5-d4 37.b2-b3 c4xb3 38.Rb4xb3 Rc1-c4 39.Rd2-b2 Kd6-e5 40.Rb3-b4 Rc4-c3 41.Rb2-d2 Bc6xe4 42.Rd2xd4 Rc3-f3+ 43.Kf2-e2 Rf3-f4 44.Ke2-e3 Rf4-f3+ 45.Ke3-d2 Rf3-f4 46.Rd4-d7 Rf4xg4 47.Rd7-e7+ Ke5-f5 48.Kd2-e3 Rg4-g3+ 49.Ke3-d4 Rg3-d3+ 50.Kd4-c4 Kf5-f4 51.Kc4-c5 Rd3-d5+ 52.Kc5-b6 Rd5-e5 53.Re7xh7 g6-g5 54.h4-h5 g5-g4 55.h5-h6 Kf4-g5 56.Rh7-g7+ Kg5xh6 57.Rg7xg4 Be4-g6 58.Rg4-g2 Kh6-g7 59.Kb6-c7 Re5-e6 60.Rb4-f4 Re6-f6 61.Rg2-f2 Rf6xf4 62.Rf2xf4 Kg7-h6 63.Kc7-d6 Kh6-g5 64.Kd6-e5

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