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 teste
hcbsb
2sun mar 25 2007  5:24pm
by hcbsb
 teste
hcbsb
1wed mar 21 2007 12:44am
by hcbsb
 Draw offer
kingscrusher
2thu aug 31 2006 11:43pm
by Ceri
 74 ...Kd2 is a step quicker than 74 ...Ke3
JimG
1wed aug 30 2006  2:26am
by JimG
 73...f2 is forced...Ke2 is mate in 33
docjtr1
8sat aug 19 2006  9:11pm
by JimG
 72...Kd3 - good decision by the team
kereru
1sat aug 12 2006  3:29pm
by kereru
 71...Kxc4 is dead draw
minskaya
9tue aug  1 2006  3:36am
by GMwB
 Pay attention: "d3" is a mined square!
PinnedPiece
2tue jun 27 2006  3:05am
by kereru
 Kxc3 and now White needs to force the draw
hcbsb
1sat jun 24 2006  2:42pm
by hcbsb
 f4f3
DrJon
2sat jun 24 2006  1:28am
by hcbsb
 Nice new feature
GMwB
1wed jun 14 2006  9:16pm
by GMwB
 66...f4 or 66...Kxb2?
kereru
7sun jun 11 2006 10:54am
by kereru
 Why not offer a draw
sydw
11tue may 23 2006 12:53am
by DanQuigley
 f5f4
jordana24
2sun apr 30 2006  2:40pm
by tahiv
 Possibly DRAW too...
GMwB
2thu apr 13 2006  3:04pm
by Selangor
 The leader Ne7 and the endgame is drawish
hcbsb
1tue apr  4 2006  2:54am
by hcbsb
 basic queen vs. bishop's pawn endgame theory for beginners
tahiv
3sun mar 26 2006  4:40am
by tahiv
 Interview with Vladimir Kramnik (next computer match, reunification match, positional play..etc...)
hcbsb
1thu mar 23 2006  3:49pm
by hcbsb
 White is in Zugzwang
DanQuigley
4fri mar  3 2006  4:51pm
by DanQuigley
 61.Nh3 Ke5! 62.Ka5 Kd5 63.b3 Kc5 64.Kxa6
madatangali
6fri mar  3 2006  9:00am
by Ceri
 59......Ne7 or 59.......Ne5
Douglas894
10wed mar  1 2006  1:55pm
by horndog187B
 Crucial to the draw is the king and pawn ending
horndog187B
3sun feb 19 2006  1:22am
by horndog187B
 Active defense or passive defense
horndog187B
1wed feb  8 2006  2:14pm
by horndog187B
 again 5 days per move / discussion
zsoyd
4sat feb  4 2006  4:31pm
by JimG
 The correct move is 57... Nc6
madatangali
1fri jan 27 2006  7:34pm
by madatangali
 56. .. Nd4 / discussion - excellent explanation by Mr Widmann
zsoyd
5tue jan 17 2006  3:44am
by kereru
 Kb1-a2-b3 looks interesting
madatangali
5sat jan 14 2006  5:49am
by horndog187B
 Welcome 2006!
GM Hector Walsh
2mon jan  2 2006  8:02am
by Ceri
 54. Bc4 played
horndog187B
18sat dec 24 2005 12:38pm
by Rubber teapot
 Shortening one of the main lines by 10 moves
horndog187B
1thu dec 22 2005  1:59am
by horndog187B
 (pls. don't change topic) 54. .. b5 +== / Nxg6 ?! += / a5 ? maybe 1-0 / discussion
zsoyd
2sun dec 18 2005  9:16pm
by zsoyd
 (pls. leave topic) 53. .. b6 (discussion)...Kurt improved Black to get a draw in my try
zsoyd
17thu dec 15 2005  7:13pm
by carbon
 The light square theme: after 53.Nc5 f4 54.Bc4 b5 55.Nxe6!?.......An exciting endgame!
hcbsb
8tue dec 13 2005  2:27pm
by hcbsb
 Why this is such a good game
horndog187B
1sun dec  4 2005  4:02pm
by horndog187B
 Fascinating ending
horndog187B
1sat nov 26 2005 12:59am
by horndog187B
 creating the prettiest possible finish is not easy
horndog187B
10sat nov 19 2005  7:19pm
by horndog187B
 Move 50 Discussion and Theory
d4 Dave
23tue nov 15 2005  4:12am
by DanQuigley
 50...Rxg5? will just lose the knight
d4 Dave
2fri nov 11 2005  6:49pm
by JimG
 With all respect...
Bro. Rick
14thu nov  3 2005  6:19pm
by Paul Georghiou
 problem
JohnL
2sat oct 22 2005  3:22am
by hcbsb
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