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i havenot calculated a lot but i think after 29...g5 black still has an advantage since his d pawn is very dangerous and cannot be stopped without loss of material.
Black was still winning on move 29 (2 moves before he was checkmated.) With the same tactics I listed above.
yeah you re right.i dont know why i saw the king on g2 instead of g1.
my evaluation was wrong.even with king on g2,g5 doesent help since after Ng8+ black king is trapped in a mating net.
Black is one move late, I think, in other words, that white won by 1 move.
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