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MikeGL
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Sicilian engine-engine annihilation

Post by MikeGL » Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:03 am

So I got a bit of extra time on my hands a few days ago,
downloaded some online games and then viewed the interesting ones.

Below is an amazing annihilation by SF12 in less than 30 moves of a 3300+ opponent.
Free piece in exchange for mobility and development similar to those Paul Morphy classics.



This game looks familiar, I think some top human players already played this openning line lately.
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Re: Sicilian engine-engine annihilation

Post by AdminX » Sat Nov 21, 2020 1:34 pm

Good Morning Mike,

That was a nice game. The closest reference I could find in my database was:

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Re: Sicilian engine-engine annihilation

Post by yurikvelo » Sun Nov 22, 2020 12:12 am

MikeGL wrote:
Sat Nov 21, 2020 11:03 am
Below is an amazing annihilation by SF12 in less than 30 moves of a 3300+ opponent.
Free piece in exchange for mobility and development similar to those Paul Morphy classics.
SF-Dev + partial Syzygy 7-men

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D=41, 4 716 MN
+0,55	9. ... d6 10.g5 Nd7 11.0-0-0 b5 12.f4 Nc5
+0,64	9. ... h6 10.0-0-0 b5 11.Kb1 Be7 12.Bg2 d6		<---- RofChade 2.3

D=47, 20 008 MN, 0.5 MTBHits
+0,60	11. ... Be7 12.h4 b4 13.Na4 Bb7 14.Bg2 a5
+0,71	11. ... d6 12.Rg1 Bd7 13.a3 b4 14.axb4 Nxb4
+0,96	11. ... Bb7 12.Bg2 Ne7 13.a3 Ng6 14.Nd5 Qc4
+1,03	11. ... Ne7 12.Bg2 Bb7 13.a3 Ng6 14.Nd5 Qc4
+1,25	11. ... b4 12.Nd5 exd5 13.exd5+ Ne7 14.Bxb4 d6		<---- RofChade 2.3
+1,57	11. ... Rb8 12.Nd5 Nxd5 13.exd5 Nb4 14.dxe6 dxe6

D=50, 77 537 MN, 3.8 MTBHits
+0,92	16. ... g6 17.c5 Bxg4 18.f3 Bf5+ 19.Ka1 Bg7
+0,95	16. ... Bxg4 17.f3 Bf5+ 18.Ka1 g6 19.c5 Bg7
+2,08	16. ... g5 17.c5 Qb8 18.Bh3 Bg7 19.Rhe1 Ra7
+2,79	16. ... Nxg4 17.Rg1 Ne5 18.f4 N5g6 19.Qe3 Nh4		<---- RofChade 2.3
+2,84	16. ... Qd7 17.Bg2 Qxg4 18.Bf3 Qf4 19.Rhe1 Ng4
+2,98	16. ... Nd7 17.h3 g5 18.Bc3 f6 19.Qe6 h5

D=33, 2 678 MN
+3,44	17. ... Qd7 18.Ka1 h5 19.h3 Nh6 20.Bg2 g6
+3,63	17. ... h5 18.c5 Qd7 19.f3 Ne5 20.Ka1 N7g6
+3,76	17. ... Bf5+ 18.Ka1 g5 19.Bc3 Ne5 20.Bxe5 dxe5
+3,78	17. ... g5 18.Bc3 Rg8 19.c5 Qc7 20.Rxg4 Bxg4
+4,18	17. ... Nf6 18.c5 Qd7 19.Bg2 Qb5 20.Qe1 Bg4
+4,28	17. ... Ne5 18.f4 Qa7 19.c5 Nd7 20.cxd6 Qxg1		<---- RofChade 2.3
+4,31	17. ... Nxh2 18.Bg2 Bg4 19.f3 Bf5+ 20.Ka1 g5

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