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Ivan Radulov vs Guillermo Garcia Gonzalez
October Revolution 60th Anniversary (1977), Leningrad URS, rd 1, Jun-25
Modern Defense: Gurgenidze Defense (B06)  ·  1/2-1/2



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Black could won first

Analysis by Stockfish 051119 64 POPCNT:
1. -+ (-8.20): 33...Bg1+ 34.Kh1 Ng3+ 35.Kxg1 Qxb7 36.Rxb7 Ne4+ 37.Qg2 Rxg2+ 38.Bxg2 Kxb7 39.Nxe6 Rg8 40.Kh2 Nf2 41.Bf3 Re8 42.Ng5 Rxe5 43.Nf7 Re3 44.Bxh5 Nd3 45.Nd6+ Kc7 46.Nf5 Re5 47.Bg6 Nxc5 48.Kg3 d4 49.Nh4 d3 50.Nf3 Re6 51.Bf5 Re2 52.Bg6 Ra2 53.Kf4 d2 54.Nxd2 Rxd2 55.Ke3 Ra2 56.Kd4 Kb6 57.Kc3 Rxa3+ 58.Kb2

2. -+ (-8.09): 33...Qxb7 34.Rxb7 Bg1+ 35.Kh1 Ng3+ 36.Kxg1 Ne4+ 37.Qg2 Rxg2+ 38.Bxg2 Kxb7 39.Nxe6 Rg8 40.Kh2 Nf2 41.Bf3 Re8 42.Ng5 Rxe5 43.Nf7 Re3 44.Bxh5 Nd3 45.Nd6+ Kc7 46.Nf5 Re5 47.Bg6 Nxc5 48.Kg2 d4 49.Kf2 Ne4+ 50.Kf3 Nd2+ 51.Kf2 c5 52.Bh7 Kb6 53.Nd6 c4 54.a4 Kc5 55.Nxc4 Kxc4 56.Kg3 Kb4 57.Kf4 Re3 58.Bf5 Kxa4 59.Bg6 Kb5 60.Bh7 Kb6 61.Bf5

In ending white could won

68. Kf6 Kc7 69. Ke6 Ra5 70. Qd6+ Kb7 71. Qb4+ Rb5 72. Qxc4 a3 73. Qa4 Rh5 74. Qb4+ Rb5 75. Qxa3 Rd5 76. Qg3 Rd2 77. Qb3+ Kc7 78. Qa3 Re2+ 79. Kf5 Rf2+ 80. Kg4 Rf1 81. Qa7+ Kd6 82. Qa5 Rh1 83. Kg5 Rg1+ 84. Kf5 Rf1+ 85. Ke4 Rh1 86. Qd8+ Kc5 87. Qd4+ Kb5 88. Qf2 Ka6 89. Qf3 Rh2 90. Kd4 Kb6 91. Qb3+ Ka6 92. Kc5 Rh5+ 93. Kxc6 Rh6+ 94. Kc5 Rh5+ 95. Kd4 Rh4+ 96. Ke5 Rh5+ 97. Kf4 Rb5 98. Qa3+ Ra5 99. Qd6+ Kb5 100. Ke4 Ra4+ 101. Kd5 Rb4 102. Qc6+ Ka5 103. Qa8+ Kb6 104. Qb8+ Ka5 105. Qa7+ Kb5 106. Qa3 Rg4 107. Qd3+ Kb4 108. Qd2+ Ka3 109. Kc5 Rg3 110. Kc4 Rg8 111. Qc3+ Ka2 112. Qc2+ Ka1 113. Qh2 Rg6 114. Qe5+ Ka2 115. Qe2+ Ka1 116. Kc3 Rc6+ 117. Kb3 Rb6+ 118. Ka3 Ra6+ 119. Qxa6 Kb1 120. Qc6 Ka1 121. Qc1# Lomonosov TB7

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