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Subject: Re: Let's analyze move 36

Author: Amir Ban

Date: 09:07:49 10/06/97

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On October 05, 1997 at 07:06:03, Chris Whittington wrote:

>
>On October 05, 1997 at 04:08:43, Amir Ban wrote:
>
>>
>>Let's try to analyze the critical variation in DB-GK game 2. The move is
>>36 (axb5 was played, don't confuse it with move 37).
>>
>>The variation to look at is after 36. Qb6 Qe7 37. axb5 Rab8 38. Qxa6 e4
>>39. Bxe4 Qe5. What does Black have here ?
>>
>>At ply (or whatever) 10, DB gives this PV:
>>
>>Qb6 Qe7 axb5 Rab8 Qxa6 e4 Bxe4 Qe5 Bf3 (at lower depths it tries g4) Bf3
>>Rd8 Qa7 Qxc3 Bh5 +0.74.
>>
>>At ply 11, there is no PV and the eval is +0.48.
>>
>>This variation was mentioned by Seirawan in his analysis, and the GK
>>team used Hiarc & Fritz to analyze it to death.
>>
>>Junior, by the way, likes an intermediate 37...a5, which creates the
>>same position but with Ra2 misplaced.
>>
>>What do you make of this ?
>
>I know it sounds a bit pathetic, but to make this easier, can somebody
>post the PGN of game 2 ......
>
>
>Chris
>
>>
>>Amir

Pathetic indeed. You can find it, for example, on Ed's site under
http://www.xs4all.nl/~rebchess/dbx2.htm
or in the ICCAJ June 96.

Ed, how about giving this analysis a shot ?

Amir



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