Endgame position: Is it a draw?

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muxecoid
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Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by muxecoid » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:26 am

Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by Frank Quisinsky » Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:18 am

Hi,

without engine analyzes.

Black pawns on king size are very strong. White pawn structur isn't really good, in this case the knight is stronger as the bishop in this endgame. Black king should go on queen site. In combination with the knight black have more possibilities as white. Black pawn on g7 should go to g6. For the moment Nd7 is OK.

Not easy this endgame but I think the better position have black. With other words remis or black will win this game.

Black pawn on d4 isn't important for this game, white can have it and lost time to bring the king in the middle of the board.

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by JManion » Fri Dec 30, 2011 8:36 am

It does not look like white will be able to do anything on the queen side. Black will just push forward on the king side and the 2 pawns should be able to win.

This is my own assessment of the positions, the computers might find some tricky way to hold a draw.

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by zullil » Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:20 pm

muxecoid wrote:Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?
Here's what Critter-1.4 (8 threads, 2GB hash) offers after ten hours:

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36/73  604:33 443098782587 12215505  +1.74 dxe5 Bxe5 c5 Bd6 cxb4 Bxb4 Nd5 Be1 Ne3 c4 dxc3/ep Bxc3 b5 Bb4 Nc2 Bc5 Kf7 Kh2 g6 Kh3 Ne1 d4 Nd3 Bd6 Ke6 Bf8 Kd5 Kh4 Nf4 Kg3 Ne6 Be7 Nxd4 Kf4 Ne6+ Kf3 g5 Ke3 g4 Bh4 Nc5 g3 Kc4 Kf4 Kb3 Be7 Nd3+ Kf5

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by MM » Fri Dec 30, 2011 12:54 pm

zullil wrote:
muxecoid wrote:Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?
Here's what Critter-1.4 (8 threads, 2GB hash) offers after ten hours:

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36/73  604:33 443098782587 12215505  +1.74 dxe5 Bxe5 c5 Bd6 cxb4 Bxb4 Nd5 Be1 Ne3 c4 dxc3/ep Bxc3 b5 Bb4 Nc2 Bc5 Kf7 Kh2 g6 Kh3 Ne1 d4 Nd3 Bd6 Ke6 Bf8 Kd5 Kh4 Nf4 Kg3 Ne6 Be7 Nxd4 Kf4 Ne6+ Kf3 g5 Ke3 g4 Bh4 Nc5 g3 Kc4 Kf4 Kb3 Be7 Nd3+ Kf5
Watching it as human i think about Ne8 and Ng4. It seems to me that after Ne8 black has advantage, am i overlooking something?
MM

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by zullil » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:03 pm

MM wrote:
zullil wrote:
muxecoid wrote:Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?
Here's what Critter-1.4 (8 threads, 2GB hash) offers after ten hours:

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36/73  604:33 443098782587 12215505  +1.74 dxe5 Bxe5 c5 Bd6 cxb4 Bxb4 Nd5 Be1 Ne3 c4 dxc3/ep Bxc3 b5 Bb4 Nc2 Bc5 Kf7 Kh2 g6 Kh3 Ne1 d4 Nd3 Bd6 Ke6 Bf8 Kd5 Kh4 Nf4 Kg3 Ne6 Be7 Nxd4 Kf4 Ne6+ Kf3 g5 Ke3 g4 Bh4 Nc5 g3 Kc4 Kf4 Kb3 Be7 Nd3+ Kf5
Watching it as human i think about Ne8 and Ng4. It seems to me that after Ne8 black has advantage, am i overlooking something?
Critter's score of 1.74 is from Black's viewpoint, since Black is on the move. So Critter's assessment is that Black has a strong advantage here.

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by MM » Fri Dec 30, 2011 1:06 pm

zullil wrote:
MM wrote:
zullil wrote:
muxecoid wrote:Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?
Here's what Critter-1.4 (8 threads, 2GB hash) offers after ten hours:

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36/73  604:33 443098782587 12215505  +1.74 dxe5 Bxe5 c5 Bd6 cxb4 Bxb4 Nd5 Be1 Ne3 c4 dxc3/ep Bxc3 b5 Bb4 Nc2 Bc5 Kf7 Kh2 g6 Kh3 Ne1 d4 Nd3 Bd6 Ke6 Bf8 Kd5 Kh4 Nf4 Kg3 Ne6 Be7 Nxd4 Kf4 Ne6+ Kf3 g5 Ke3 g4 Bh4 Nc5 g3 Kc4 Kf4 Kb3 Be7 Nd3+ Kf5
Watching it as human i think about Ne8 and Ng4. It seems to me that after Ne8 black has advantage, am i overlooking something?
Critter's score of 1.74 is from Black's viewpoint, since Black is on the move. So Critter's assessment is that Black has a strong advantage here.
Ah ok, i saw +1.74 and i thought it was for white..

Thank you.

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MM

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Re: Endgame position: Is it a draw?

Post by Eelco de Groot » Sat Dec 31, 2011 1:53 am

zullil wrote:
muxecoid wrote:Endgame position:
[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Is it really won for black? What is the right plan? Should black take on e5 or play Nd7 instead? Can I fully trust engines in such endgames?
Here's what Critter-1.4 (8 threads, 2GB hash) offers after ten hours:

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36/73  604:33 443098782587 12215505  +1.74 dxe5 Bxe5 c5 Bd6 cxb4 Bxb4 Nd5 Be1 Ne3 c4 dxc3/ep Bxc3 b5 Bb4 Nc2 Bc5 Kf7 Kh2 g6 Kh3 Ne1 d4 Nd3 Bd6 Ke6 Bf8 Kd5 Kh4 Nf4 Kg3 Ne6 Be7 Nxd4 Kf4 Ne6+ Kf3 g5 Ke3 g4 Bh4 Nc5 g3 Kc4 Kf4 Kb3 Be7 Nd3+ Kf5
The Rainbow Serpent can do that without those extra seven threads :P

[D]6k1/1pp3p1/1p1p1n2/4P2p/1P1p4/P2P4/2P3PB/7K b - -

Engine: Stockfish Kingdefender (Rainbow Serpent, Build 169, Athlon 2009 MHz, 256 MB, using "critical node" singular extensions combined with suppression of LMR in the child ALL node) by Tord Romstad, Marco Costalba and Joona Kiiski

1/01 0:00 +1.01 1...Ng4 2.exd6 (106) 0

2/02 0:00 +1.21 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.g3 f5 (1.281) 4

3/03 0:00 +1.21 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.g3 f5 (3.319) 11

4/04 0:00 +1.21 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.g3 f5 (4.848) 17

5/06 0:00 +1.05 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kg1 Kf7
5.Kf2 Ke6 6.Ke2 (8.639) 29

6/07 0:00 +1.05 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Ke6 (10.139) 34

7/11 0:00 +1.05 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Ke6 6.Kf4 Kd5 7.Kf5 b5 (26.411) 84

8/14 0:00 +0.76 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kf7 6.Kh3 cxb4 7.axb4 Kg7
8.Kg3 Kf7 9.Kf4 Ke6 10.g3 (103.557) 264

9/16 0:00 +0.84 1...Nd5 2.exd6 cxd6 3.Bxd6 Ne3 4.Bc7 b5
5.Kg1 Kf7 6.Be5 Nxc2 7.g3 Nxa3 (233.886) 440

10/16 0:00 +0.84 1...Nd5 2.exd6 cxd6 3.Bxd6 Ne3 4.Bc7 b5
5.Kg1 Kf7 6.Be5 Nxc2 7.g4 hxg4 8.Kg2 Nxa3
9.Kh2 (288.578) 485

11/18 0:00 +0.88 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kf7 6.Kf4 Ke6 7.Ke4 f5+ 8.Kf4 h4
9.Kg5 Ke7 10.bxc5 bxc5 11.Kxh4 (477.429) 599

12/21 0:01 +0.64 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kf7 6.Kf4 Ke6 7.a4 f5 8.Kg5 Ke5
9.Kxh5 cxb4 10.Kg5 (705.235) 705

13/23 0:01 +0.72 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.Kg3 Kg5 8.bxc5 bxc5
9.Kf3 h4 10.a4 Kg6 11.Kf2 Kg5 12.Kf3 (1.447.570) 850

14/23 0:02 +0.80 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.b5 Kf6 8.g3 Kg6
9.Ke5 Kg5 10.Ke6 Kg4 11.Ke5 Kxg3
12.a4 Kg4 (2.197.601) 925

15/25 0:03 +0.85 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 h4 7.bxc5 bxc5 8.Kg4 b6
9.a4 Kf7 10.Kxh4 Ke6 11.Kg4 Kd6
12.Kh4 Kd5 13.Kg4 Kd6 (3.311.293) 985

16/25 0:03 +0.85 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 h4 7.bxc5 bxc5 8.Kg4 b6
9.a4 Kf7 10.Kxh4 Kg8 11.Kg3 Kf7
12.Kf4 Ke6 13.Kg3 Kd5 14.Kg4 Kd6 (3.631.513) 988

17/29 0:05 +0.93++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 f5
5.Kg3 Kf7 6.Kf4 cxb4 7.axb4 Kf6
8.Kf3 Kg6 9.b5 Kf6 10.Kg3 Kg5 11.Kh3 f4
12.g3 fxg3 13.Kxg3 h4+ 14.Kg2 Kh5 (5.770.058) 1031

17/29 0:06 +0.92 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 f5
5.Kg3 Kg7 6.Kf2 Kg6 7.g3 Kg5 8.a4 cxb4
9.Kf3 f4 10.gxf4+ Kf5 11.Kf2 Kxf4
12.Ke2 Kg5 13.Kf3 h4 14.Kg2 Kf5 (6.450.418) 1053

18/29 0:06 +1.01++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf2 Kg7 7.Ke2 cxb4
8.axb4 Kg6 9.Kf3 Kf5 10.Kg3 Kg5
11.Kh3 f5 12.Kh2 Kg4 13.b5 f4 14.g3 fxg3+ (7.273.505) 1067

18/29 0:07 +1.09++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.g3 cxb4 8.axb4 b5
9.Kf3 Kg5 10.Kg2 Kf6 11.Kf2 Ke5
12.Kg2 f4 13.Kf2 fxg3+ 14.Kxg3 b6 (8.277.757) 1092

18/29 0:08 +1.08 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.b5 h4 8.Kf3 Kg5
9.a4 f4 10.Ke2 h3 11.gxh3 Kf5 12.Kf3 Ke5
13.Kg4 Kf6 14.Kxf4 Kg6 (9.256.596) 1097

19/29 0:09 +1.20++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kf7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.b5 h4 8.Kf3 Kg5
9.a4 f4 10.Ke2 Kg4 11.Kf2 f3 12.g3 hxg3+
13.Kf1 g2+ 14.Kf2 g1Q+ (10.592.039) 1093

19/29 0:11 +1.32++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.Kg3 Kg5 8.b5 f4+
9.Kf3 Kf5 10.Kf2 Kg4 11.Ke2 Kg3
12.Kf1 h4 13.a4 f3 14.gxf3 Kxf3 (12.796.680) 1111

19/29 0:12 +1.33 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kg7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.Kg3 cxb4 8.axb4 b5
9.Kf2 f4 10.Ke2 Kg5 11.Kf3 Kf5
12.Ke2 Kg5 (14.401.303) 1126

20/29 0:16 +1.45++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 Kh7
5.Kg3 Kg6 6.Kf4 f5 7.Kg3 cxb4 8.axb4 b5
9.Kf4 Kf6 10.Kg3 Kg5 11.Kf2 f4
12.Kf3 Kf5 13.Ke2 Kg4 14.Kf2 h4 (19.012.862) 1124

20/30 0:20 +1.41 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Kh2 Kf7 6.Kg3 Ke6 7.Kh4 Nxb4
8.axb4 g6 9.Kg5 Kf7 10.Kf4 Ke6
11.Ke4 h4 12.Kxd4 g5 13.Ke4 h3
14.gxh3 Kf6 (23.617.602) 1145

21/30 0:24 +1.48 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Kh2 Kf7 6.Kg3 g5 7.Kf3 Kf6 8.Bd2 Kf5
9.g3 b5 10.Kf2 h4 11.Kf3 g4+ 12.Kf2 hxg3+
13.Kg2 (27.345.007) 1129

22/32 0:28 +1.59 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Kg1 g5 6.Kf2 Kg7 7.Bd2 Kg6 8.g3 Kf5
9.Kf3 b5 10.Bxg5 Kxg5 11.Ke4 Ne3
12.Ke5 Nxc2 13.a4 (32.643.438) 1133

23/39 0:42 +1.47-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 Nd5 4.bxc5 Ne3
5.cxb6 Nxc2 6.Be5 Nxa3 7.Kg1 Nc4
8.dxc4 (45.683.600) 1074

23/39 0:44 +1.35-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.g3 Ng4 6.Bd2 Ke6 7.Kg2 Ne5 8.Kf2 Kd5
9.Bf4 Ng4+ 10.Kf3 Ne5+ 11.Ke2 Nf3
12.Kxf3 Kc5 13.Ke4 h4 (47.737.871) 1075

23/39 0:53 +1.45 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Bd2 Ke6 6.g3 Nd5 7.Kg2 Ke5 8.Kf2 b5
9.Ke2 Kf5 10.Kf3 g5 11.Ba5 Ne3 12.c3 Nc2
13.cxd4 Nxd4+ 14.Ke3 Nc2+ (57.644.860) 1068

24/39 1:00 +1.57++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Bd6 Ng4 6.Bg3 Ne3 7.Bc7 Nxc2
8.Bxb6 Kf6 9.Kg1 (63.964.545) 1064

24/39 1:04 +1.45 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Bd2 Ke6 6.g3 Kf5 7.Kg2 g5 8.Kf3 Ng4
9.c3 Ne5+ 10.Ke2 h4 11.gxh4 gxh4
12.cxd4 Nxd3 13.Kf3 Nb2 14.Bc3 Nc4 (68.763.015) 1059

25/39 1:10 +1.53++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.a4 Nd5 6.Bd6 Ke6 7.Bf8 Kf6 8.a5 (74.710.566) 1066

25/39 1:23 +1.59 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 cxb4
5.axb4 Kg7 6.Kg3 h4+ 7.Kxh4 Kf8
8.Kg4 Kg7 9.Kf5 Kh7 10.Kxf6 Kh6
11.Kf5 Kh5 12.Kf4 Kg6 13.Kg3 Kf5
14.Kh3 Ke5 (88.001.578) 1058

26/42 1:55 +1.55 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 Kf7 4.bxc5 Ke6
5.Bf8 Nh7 6.Bxg7 bxc5 7.c3 dxc3
8.Bxc3 (120.284.556) 1043

27/42 2:19 +1.61 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Be1 Ke6 6.Bf2 Kd5 7.Be1 Ng4 8.Bd2 b5
9.Kg1 Ne3 (144.605.700) 1037

28/46 3:32 +1.67 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Kh2 g5 6.Bd2 Ng4+ 7.Kg3 Kf6 8.Kf3 Kf5
9.Bf4 (215.287.208) 1015

29/46 4:22 +1.67 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Kh2 Nd5 6.Kh3 (265.972.303) 1012

30/49 6:00 +1.59-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.bxc5 bxc5
4.Bxf6 gxf6 5.Kh2 h4 6.Kh3 Kf7
7.Kxh4 b5 8.Kg3 Ke6 9.Kf4 Kf7 10.Kf5 Kg7
11.g3 Kf7 12.Kf4 Ke6 13.Ke4 Kd6 (361.140.619) 1002

30/49 6:05 +1.51-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Be1 Ke6 6.Kg1 Nd5 7.g3 Ke5 8.Kf2 Ne3
9.c4 Kf5 10.Bb4 Kg4 11.Bd6 Nxc4
12.dxc4 b5 (366.722.960) 1003

30/49 6:20 +1.57 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Be1 Ke6 6.Kg1 Nd5 7.Bf2 Ke5 8.Bg3+ Nf4
9.Kf2 g5 10.Kf3 g4+ 11.Kf2 Kf5
12.Bh4 Nd5 13.a4 Nc3 14.Bd8 Nxa4 (383.195.327) 1007

31/49 7:24 +1.69++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Be1 b5 6.c4 (447.274.629) 1006

31/49 8:13 +1.57 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Be1 Ke6 6.Kg1 Nd5 7.Bf2 Ke5 8.Bg3+ Kf5
9.Bf2 Nf4 10.Kf1 Ke5 11.Be1 b5 (492.345.059) 997

32/49 11:32 +1.65++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Kf7
5.Kh2 Kg6 (686.578.517) 991

32/50 15:13 +1.72 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 cxb4
5.axb4 f5 (896.800.430) 981

33/54 20:32 +1.61 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Be1 Ne3 6.c4 Kf7 7.a4 g6 8.Kg1 g5
9.Bg3 Nc2 (1.205.919.923) 978

34/54 23:50 +1.73++ 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Be1 b5 6.Bf2 b4 7.a4 Ne3 8.Bxe3 dxe3
9.Kg1 Kf7 10.g3 g6 11.Kf1 Ke6 12.Ke1 e2
13.a5 Kd5 (1.399.227.099) 978

34/58 29:04 +1.83 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bxf6 gxf6 4.Kh2 cxb4
5.axb4 Kf7 6.Kg3 f5 7.Kh3 (1.704.130.405) 976

35/62 37:14 +1.71-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Bc3 dxc3 6.g3 Kf7 7.Kg2 Ne3+ 8.Kg1 Nxc2
9.Kf1 (2.179.261.310) 975

35/62 40:02 +1.80 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Bd2 Kf7 6.Kh2 Kf6 7.Kg3 g5 8.Kf3 Kf5
9.Be1 g4+ 10.Ke2 Ne3 11.Bh4 (2.343.252.803) 975

36/62 51:13 +1.90 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Be1 Ne3 6.c4 Kh7 7.Kg1 Nxc4 8.dxc4 Kg6
9.Bb4 Kf5 (3.015.401.835) 981

37/62 54:42 +1.90 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Be1 Ne3 6.c4 Kh7 7.Kg1 (3.221.081.210) 981

38/62 59:46 +1.82-- 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 Ne4 (3.515.687.228) 980

38/62 84:50 +1.95 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.Bxb4 Nd5
5.Bd6 Ne3 6.a4 Kf7 7.Be5 Nxc2 (4.884.204.808) 959

39/62 126:18 +2.00 1...dxe5 2.Bxe5 c5 3.Bd6 cxb4 4.axb4 Nd5
5.Kg1 Kf7 6.Kf2 (7.020.991.491) 926

best move: d6xe5 time: 129:41.391 min n/s: 926.439 nodes: 7.020.991.491
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