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Subject: Re: The superior Rybka chess knowledge

Author: Rolf Tueschen

Date: 19:55:20 01/18/06

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On January 18, 2006 at 22:42:08, Ernst Walet wrote:

>On January 18, 2006 at 17:58:46, Rolf Tueschen wrote:
>
>>On January 18, 2006 at 17:25:48, Ernst Walet wrote:
>>
>>>It looks to me that this is the position where the pawns had to be stopped.
>>>
>>>[D]r1r3k1/1q2bpp1/4p3/p2bP3/1p1P4/P2NQP2/1B4PP/R1R3K1 w - -
>>>
>>>24. axb4 axb4 25. Rxa8 Rxa8 perhaps?
>>>
>>
>>I think, all from my inferior chess knowledge, that W is already in difficulties
>>here. Black has the pair of B. Black has two P vs one. So forcedly he gets a
>>free/passed P. The two White P d4 & e5 are weak on the other side and White's K
>>aile is under control of Blacks Q & B. All that speaks to me of a Black
>>advantage. Of course I havent the deep calculative power without the help of
>>computers. Actually I just looked at the position for a while. In other words,
>>if you want to save this game, you must seek alternatives way earlier.
>
>An earlier critical position could be move 13.
>[D]r4rk1/pbq1bppp/1pn1p3/2p5/3PP3/P1PB1N2/4QPPP/R1B2RK1 w - -
>
>To avoid the pawn advantage on the queen side, then dxc5 could be a better
>choice.
>
>Ernst.


I wouldnt do that. THen c3 is isolated. But I never analysed that game.



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