## Any engine can solve this mate in 29 by now ?

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peter
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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

peter wrote: hardliners would see it yet as a major dual, I guess,
Edit: to be precise it wouldn't matter as for a mate in x problem, in which case the one and only solution in x moves matters, any move leading to a longer mating variant would be ok and not fit the term dual, as for a study, that's another category.
Guess I mixed that up, sorry
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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

peter wrote:Would be funny if it really was just one move or two moves longer
But not quite a miracle, it takes just one more triangle- manoeuvre.
Peter.

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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

Hi,

thanks. So this problem is also solvable. What is your

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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

Thanks Peter!
Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first
place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you
are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it.
-- Brian W. Kernighan

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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

peter wrote:
peter wrote: hardliners would see it yet as a major dual, I guess,
Edit: to be precise it wouldn't matter as for a mate in x problem, in which case the one and only solution in x moves matters, any move leading to a longer mating variant would be ok and not fit the term dual, as for a study, that's another category.
Guess I mixed that up, sorry
Yes, it was maybe more meant as a chessproblem. Die Schwalbe is mainly known I think for problemists? It says "deutsche Vereinigung für Problemschach." I have not found yet who exactly was Mr. Breuer that the memorial was dedicated too. I saw a Josef Johann Breuer, also a composer of chess problems but he died in 1981 so that probably was not the Breuer of the memorial.

Regards, Eelco
Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first
place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you
are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it.
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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

Michael Diosi wrote:What is your
Some years old 12core Intel but the hash is newer and the 32G might have helped here too.

Thanks for bringing the position and a happy new year to everybody!
Peter.

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### Re: The mate in 29 by Herbert Grasemann

I let it run a bit longer yesterday but it did not get the Mate in 29 even at a depth of 81. Patience ran out and I stopped it, but, on the other hand, it was a good stress test as well for the program. It's close enough to 29 that I don't think it is a real bug, but it is not really tested of course. On really big hardware you can get deeper than this in a day or so.

Happy New Year from me too everyone

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69/74 235:09 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 h4 14.Ke7 (55.746.802.890) 3951

70/74 258:25 +M32 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3
9.Kd6 Bb2 10.Ke7 Ba3 11.Kf8 Bb2
12.Kg7 h5 13.Kf8 Ba3 14.Ke7 (60.965.711.222) 3931

71/74 298:06 +M32 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3
9.Kd6 Bb2 10.Ke7 Ba3 11.Kf8 Bb2
12.Kg7 h5 13.Kf8 Ba3 14.Ke7 (70.079.057.709) 3917

72/74 347:17 +M32 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3
9.Kd6 Bb2 10.Ke7 Ba3 11.Kf8 Bb2
12.Kg7 h5 13.Kf8 Ba3 14.Ke7 (81.422.908.260) 3907

73/74 434:30 +M32 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3
9.Kd6 Bb2 10.Ke7 Ba3 11.Kf8 Bb2
12.Kg7 h5 13.Kf8 Ba3 14.Ke7 (101.243.046.390) 3883

74/74 506:24 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (116.960.636.130) 3849

75/74 624:35 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (142.850.825.362) 3811

76/74 705:55 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (161.120.462.796) 3804

77/74 780:01 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (178.521.132.089) 3814

78/74 968:50 +M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (223.722.492.151) 3848

79/74 1310:46+M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (304.047.903.558) 3865

80/74 1600:02+M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (372.111.127.876) 3876

81/74 1932:05+M30 1.Kc7 Ba3 2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2
5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kd6 Bb2 8.Ke7 Ba3
9.Kf8 Bb2 10.Kg7 h5 11.Kf8 Ba3
12.Ke7 Bb2 13.Kd6 Ba3 14.Kc5 (451.627.503.463) 3895

best move: Kd6-c7 time: 2121:00.701 min n/s: 3.895.826 nodes: 496.841.238.345
Debugging is twice as hard as writing the code in the first
place. Therefore, if you write the code as cleverly as possible, you
are, by definition, not smart enough to debug it.
-- Brian W. Kernighan

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### Re: Any engine can solve this mate in 29 by now ?

Michael: I let Komodo 9 consider the position for 35 minutes and the best it could come up with was Kc5 0:00 However when I fed the moves 1 Kc7 Ba3 into it this is what it displayed. Sure it doesn't get mate in 29 and yes it needs direction but still it's a start.
Allan

Analysis by Komodo 9.3 64-bit:

2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8
= (0.01) Depth: 9 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 10 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 11 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 12 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 13 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 14 00:00:00 1kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 15 00:00:00 2kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 16 00:00:00 2kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 17 00:00:00 2kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb8 Ba3 6.Ka8 Bb2 7.Kb8
= (0.00) Depth: 18 00:00:00 2kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.07 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 3kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.50 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 3kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.60 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 4kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (0.75 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 5kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (0.97 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 5kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (1.30 ++) Depth: 19 00:00:00 5kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/= (0.50 --) Depth: 19 00:00:00 6kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka7 Ba3 11.Ka8 Bb2 12.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 19 00:00:00 7kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.50 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 8kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.57 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 8kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.67 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 9kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (0.82 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 9kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (1.04 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 10kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (1.37 ++) Depth: 20 00:00:00 11kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka7 Ba3 11.Ka8 Bb2 12.Kb8 d5 13.exd6 Ba3 14.Ka7 Bb2 15.Kb6
+- (1.82) Depth: 20 00:00:00 12kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (1.75 --) Depth: 21 00:00:00 13kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.21 --) Depth: 21 00:00:00 14kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (1.75 ++) Depth: 21 00:00:00 14kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (1.82 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 15kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (1.89 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 16kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (1.99 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 16kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (2.14 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 16kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (2.36 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 17kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (2.69 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 17kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (3.18 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 17kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (3.91 ++) Depth: 22 00:00:00 18kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Kc7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka7 Ba3 11.Ka8 Bb2 12.Kb8 Ba3 13.Ka7 Bb2 14.Kb6
+- (4.33) Depth: 22 00:00:00 19kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (1.82 --) Depth: 23 00:00:00 19kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/- (1.09 --) Depth: 23 00:00:00 20kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.21 --) Depth: 23 00:00:00 20kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.01 --) Depth: 23 00:00:00 21kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 23 00:00:00 23kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.07 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 25kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.14 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 25kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.24 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 26kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.39 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 27kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.61 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 27kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (0.94 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 28kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (4.33 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 29kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (5.94 ++) Depth: 24 00:00:00 31kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kd6
+- (4.33) Depth: 24 00:00:00 33kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (5.94 ++) Depth: 25 00:00:00 34kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#43 ++) Depth: 25 00:00:00 35kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (4.33 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 36kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (4.18 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 37kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (3.96 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 38kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (3.63 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 39kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (3.14 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 40kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (2.41 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 40kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/- (1.32 --) Depth: 25 00:00:00 41kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka8
= (0.00) Depth: 25 00:00:00 42kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#47 ++) Depth: 26 00:00:00 44kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.00 --) Depth: 26 00:00:00 45kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Ka8 Ba3 13.Kb8 Bb2 14.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 26 00:00:00 45kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 27 00:00:00 47kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 28 00:00:00 50kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#43 ++) Depth: 29 00:00:00 52kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.00 --) Depth: 29 00:00:00 55kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Kc5 Ba3
= (0.00) Depth: 29 00:00:00 63kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#43 ++) Depth: 30 00:00:00 65kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
= (0.00 --) Depth: 30 00:00:00 67kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Kc7 Bb2 12.Kd6 h5 13.Kc5 Ba3 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 30 00:00:00 79kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/- (1.33 ++) Depth: 31 00:00:00 82kN
2.Kb8 h6
+/- (1.40 ++) Depth: 31 00:00:00 84kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/= (0.70 --) Depth: 31 00:00:00 93kN
2.Kb8 h6
+/- (1.10 ++) Depth: 31 00:00:00 96kN
2.Kb8 h6
+/- (1.17 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 97kN
2.Kb8 h6
+/- (1.24 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 98kN
2.Kb8 h6
+/- (1.34 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 98kN
2.Kb8 h6
+- (1.49 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 99kN
2.Kb8 h6
+- (1.71 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 99kN
2.Kb8 h6
+- (2.04 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 99kN
2.Kb8 h6
+- (2.53 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 100kN
2.Kb8 h6
+- (3.26 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 100kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#51 ++) Depth: 32 00:00:00 101kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+- (3.53 --) Depth: 32 00:00:00 104kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/- (1.09 --) Depth: 32 00:00:00 111kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Kb8 Bb2 10.Ka8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Kb8 Bb2 17.Ka8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Ka7
= (0.00) Depth: 32 00:00:00 124kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.07 ++) Depth: 33 00:00:00 127kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
= (0.14 ++) Depth: 33 00:00:00 128kN
2.Kb8 h6
= (0.24 ++) Depth: 33 00:00:00 129kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+/= (0.39 ++) Depth: 33 00:00:00 134kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#45 ++) Depth: 33 00:00:00 135kN
2.Kb8 Bb2
+/= (0.44 --) Depth: 33 00:00:00 138kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Kb6
= (0.00) Depth: 33 00:00:00 152kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8
+- (#43 ++) Depth: 34 00:00:00 154kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Kc7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Kc5 h4 21.Kb6
+- (#43) Depth: 34 00:00:02 5270kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6
+- (#43) Depth: 35 00:00:04 11215kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3
+- (#43) Depth: 36 00:00:14 33824kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Kc5
+- (#43) Depth: 37 00:00:35 84210kN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Kc5 h4
+- (#43) Depth: 38 00:01:14 177mN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Kc5 h4 21.Kb6
+- (#43) Depth: 39 00:02:34 369mN
2.Kb8 Bb2 3.Ka8 Ba3 4.Ka7 Bb2 5.Kb6 Ba3 6.Kc5 h6 7.Kb6 Bb2 8.Ka7 Ba3 9.Ka8 Bb2 10.Kb8 Ba3 11.Ka7 Bb2 12.Kb6 Ba3 13.Kc5 h5 14.Kb6 Bb2 15.Ka7 Ba3 16.Ka8 Bb2 17.Kb8 Ba3 18.Ka7 Bb2 19.Kb6 Ba3 20.Kc5 h4 21.Kb6 Bb2
+- (#43) Depth: 40 00:05:22 772mN

(Johnson, 01.01.2016)