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Subject: Kasparov-Ribli, 1989

Author: Bruce Moreland

Date: 09:48:04 03/19/99


5rk1/5ppp/p1Q1p3/1R6/q7/4b1P1/P2RPP1P/6K1 w - - 0 1

The key is 1. Rd8, which Kasparov didn't find.

It isn't hard to find for a computer, but I think they will typically think it
is a draw.  Can anyone find a score that indicates *significant* advantage to
white?

What this means in practice is, can anyone resolve (hopefully from the root) the
near-perpetual after:

1. Rd8 Qxb5 2. Qd6 Bxf2+ 3. Kxf2 Qf5+

bruce



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