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Subject: Re: Warp - Diep, WCCC

Author: Peter McKenzie

Date: 22:47:15 12/02/02

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>>Directly Qxa7 instead of Qf6 i don't want to analyze too well in fact.
>>A short line should do, because i get directly many fail lows after
>>after Nf4 there for white, so it is trivial that black has excellent draw
>>chances there 4 pieces combining against a poor white king. i don't see
>>how Peter can believe in that for white. He needs a chess course :)

Ah, with friends like Vincent who needs enemies?

I'm sure this is the logic that Kramnik too used when he lost to Fritz :-)
Translation: computers are good at wriggling out of sticky looking positions.

Oh wait the whole Kramnik match was yet another conspiracy, darn I forgot about
that...

>
>perhaps after Qxa7 a direct Qe4 is directly forcing a draw there.
>white can win a bunch of pawns by some sacrafices on g6 but then
>white has to give always perpetual check after:
>
>qxa7 qe4 qxb6 nf3 g6 hg6 rg4 qa8 rxg6 fxg6 qxe6 nxg1 qf6+

Of course even my stupid program knows that it must sacrifice a rook for one of
those menacing knights and try to win the endgame with 3 extra pawns.

So instead of g6, better is either Rxf3 or Qb8+ followed by Rxf3.

>
>it takes diep a while to see that this is a draw. weird. looks
>trivial to me as long as you don't lose the d1 rook.



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