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Looks like a really fun game :)
wow, that was a terrific game! :-)
30. Rxb1 d1=Q+31. Rxd1 b1=Q 32. Rxb1Rxb1+ 33. Qg1 Rxg1+
Wot an amazing sequence!!! (as good as your coding:)
I think 59. Kd3 draws.
Excuse me, 60. Kd3 draws... I think.
Great combination, but I think crashfreze is right!
Thanks crashfreze! Yes, I should have played 58...g4! to win.
Wow, what a game! You had such a dominant position on the queenside that those kind of chances naturally arise, but spotting it is another matter. I wonder, would you have gone for it OTB?
Very nice game. Nalimov Tables confirm that 60.Kd3 draws. What was the plan after 45.d5+?
45.d5+ Kc5. Then if 46.de Ne7, or 46.d6 Nf8.
Generally two pawns cannot compensate for a Knight.
I love how effective you queenside plan turned out to be. By move 17, your bishops both hold awesome squares.
Maybe so, but I find this position very interesting.
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