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Jeroen
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Game 66: pawn grabbing leads to SF's demise

Post by Jeroen » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:51 am

At move 30 both engines agree its equal, but after the materialistic 30... Qxa2 it suddenly goes rapidly downhill for Stockfish.

[pgn][Event "SF170811uq-K11.2.2, Blitz 3m+2s"]
[Site "AMD Ryzen 1800X"]
[Date "2017.08.16"]
[Round "66"]
[White "Komodo 11.2.2 64-bit"]
[Black "Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C33"]
[Annotator "-0.26;-0.32"]
[PlyCount "105"]
[EventDate "2017.??.??"]
[EventType "blitz"]
[TimeControl "180+2"]

{AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Eight-Core Processor 3593 MHz W=28.9 plies; 16.696kN/s B=31.
7 plies; 18.035kN/s} 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Bc4 Qh4+ 4. Kf1 d6 5. d4 Nf6 6. Nf3
Qh6 {Beide laatste zet uit boek} 7. Nc3 {-0.26/23 18} Be7 {-0.32/24 15 (c7-c6)}
8. Qd2 {-0.56/23 6 (Kf1-g1)} g5 {-0.68/24 4} 9. h4 {-0.41/23 14} Be6 {-0.57/22
1} 10. d5 {-0.53/23 11} Bg4 {-0.54/26 7} 11. Rh2 {-0.39/24 7} Nh5 {-0.71/26 13
(Lg4xf3)} 12. hxg5 {-0.37/23 5} Bxg5 {-0.51/27 10} 13. Ne2 {-0.58/25 11
(Pf3xg5)} Bf6 {-0.52/27 6 (Pb8-d7)} 14. Nxf4 {-0.64/23 6 (Dd2xf4)} Ng3+ {
-0.88/23 4} 15. Kg1 {-0.64/25 3} Qg7 {-0.61/25 1} 16. Qf2 {-0.53/26 11 (c2-c3)}
Bxf3 {-1.06/27 3} 17. Qxf3 {-0.64/26 6} Bxb2 {-1.07/23 1} 18. Bxb2 {-0.70/27 13
} Qxb2 {-1.07/28 6} 19. Re1 {-0.89/23 2} Qd4+ {-1.07/23 1} 20. Re3 {-0.72/25
11 (Df3-e3)} Qxc4 {-1.64/24 6} 21. Qxg3 {-0.63/25 5} Nd7 {-1.87/21 2} 22. Qh4 {
-0.42/24 5 (Te3-e1)} Qxc2 {-1.10/29 20} 23. Rhh3 {-0.62/24 3} Ne5 {-1.11/29 8}
24. Kh2 {-0.56/24 5 (Th3-g3)} Kd7 {-1.60/23 3} 25. Rc3 {-0.56/25 5} Qb2 {
-1.07/28 10} 26. Rhg3 {0.00/25 9} h5 {-0.94/32 22 (Ta8-g8)} 27. Ne6 {0.00/26 2}
Ng4+ {-0.17/30 14 (Ta8-c8)} 28. Kh3 {0.00/24 2} Rac8 {-0.07/36 23 (f7xe6)} 29.
Rgf3 {0.00/26 3} f6 {0.00/32 5} 30. Qe1 {0.00/25 3} Qxa2 {0.00/32 4 (b7-b6)}
31. Qc1 {0.00/22 3} Qa5 {0.07/31 29} 32. Rc2 {0.66/24 10} Ke8 {1.11/28 12
(Da5-b6)} 33. Rb3 {1.89/23 2} b5 {1.20/29 5} 34. Ra3 {2.33/25 3 (Pe6xc7+)} Qb6
{3.11/25 4} 35. Rc6 {2.68/23 2} Qb8 {4.51/27 6 (Db6-b7)} 36. Qf4 {3.69/22 3}
Kf7 {5.39/27 4 (Th8-h7)} 37. Qf5 {6.07/25 8} b4 {5.90/27 5 (Th8-h6)} 38. Rf3 {
7.09/24 6 (Pe6-g5+)} Rh6 {8.29/24 3} 39. e5 {8.49/25 3} Nxe5 {9.87/24 2} 40.
Qg5 {8.55/24 17} Rch8 {#13/31 2 (Th6-g6)} 41. Qg7+ {#13/22 0 (Tf3xf6+)} Ke8 {
#12/1 0} 42. Rxf6 {#12/22 0} Rxf6 {#11/38 2} 43. Qxh8+ {#11/21 0} Ke7 {#10/40 1
} 44. Qxb8 {#10/22 1} Kf7 {#9/43 2} 45. Rxc7+ {#9/21 0} Kg6 {#8/45 0} 46. Qxb4
{#8/21 0} Nf7 {#7/51 2} 47. Qe4+ {#7/23 0} Kh6 {#6/57 0} 48. Qe3+ {#6/29 0} Kg6
{#5/71 5} 49. Qg3+ {#5/35 0} Kf5 {#4/72 0} 50. Ng7+ {#4/93 0} Ke4 {#3/1 0} 51.
Rc4+ {#3/99 0} Kxd5 {#2/1 0} 52. Qd3+ {#2/99 0} Ke5 {#1/1 0} 53. Qd4# {#1/99 0}
1-0[/pgn]

Jeroen
Posts: 501
Joined: Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:49 pm

Game 97: crazy opening, still drawn

Post by Jeroen » Sat Aug 19, 2017 8:02 am

A crazy line, but both engines manage to quickly turn it into a drawn position.

[pgn][Event "SF170811uq-K11.2.2, Blitz 3m+2s"]
[Site "AMD Ryzen 1800X"]
[Date "2017.08.16"]
[Round "97"]
[White "Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT"]
[Black "Komodo 11.2.2 64-bit"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "C30"]
[Annotator "0.42;0.48"]
[PlyCount "87"]
[EventDate "2017.??.??"]
[EventType "blitz"]
[TimeControl "180+2"]

{AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Eight-Core Processor 3593 MHz W=28.8 plies; 17.623kN/s B=27.
3 plies; 15.488kN/s} 1. e4 e5 2. f4 Bc5 3. Nf3 d5 {Beide laatste zet uit boek}
4. Nxe5 {0.42/24 11} dxe4 {0.48/23 10} 5. Bc4 {0.31/26 17 (Dd1-h5)} Nh6 {
-0.16/24 5} 6. Qh5 {0.47/25 4} O-O {0.00/28 6} 7. Nxf7 {0.06/24 3} Bf2+ {
-0.08/29 10} 8. Kxf2 {0.33/26 7} Qd4+ {0.00/29 5} 9. Ke1 {0.00/24 3} Nxf7 {
0.00/26 3} 10. Qd5 {0.00/29 5} Qf6 {0.00/26 3 (Pb8-c6)} 11. Nc3 {0.50/25 8
(Dd5-g5)} Kh8 {0.14/23 6 (Pb8-c6)} 12. Nxe4 {0.63/20 1} Qg6 {0.36/23 5} 13. Ng3
{0.30/26 10} Nc6 {0.29/24 4} 14. d3 {0.33/25 1} Nd6 {0.29/26 9 (Lc8-e6)} 15.
Qg5 {0.53/26 2} Qxg5 {0.37/26 8} 16. fxg5 {0.34/24 1} Nxc4 {0.22/27 7} 17. dxc4
{0.46/27 4} Be6 {0.21/27 5} 18. Be3 {0.32/29 9} Bxc4 {0.27/25 3} 19. Kd2 {
0.39/27 9} Rfe8 {0.21/27 10} 20. Rae1 {0.30/30 13 (Le3-f2)} Bxa2 {0.25/26 10}
21. b3 {0.16/25 1} a5 {0.18/27 4} 22. Bf4 {0.15/28 4} Rf8 {0.21/26 4} 23. Bxc7
{0.31/28 3} a4 {0.12/26 7} 24. bxa4 {0.22/27 1} Rfc8 {0.21/27 6 (Ta8xa4)} 25.
Be5 {0.15/27 9} Rxa4 {0.24/27 5} 26. Bc3 {0.08/24 1} Rg4 {0.17/26 3} 27. Rhf1 {
0.15/28 7} Rxg5 {0.17/26 5} 28. Rf5 {0.08/25 1} Rg6 {0.00/24 2} 29. Rb5 {
0.08/30 14} Rb8 {0.14/25 3} 30. Kc1 {0.10/30 11 (Tb5-b6)} Kg8 {0.18/27 11} 31.
Rb6 {0.08/32 6} Bf7 {0.11/22 3} 32. Rd1 {0.10/27 1} Rg5 {0.13/26 4 (Pc6-a7)}
33. Rd7 {0.08/29 4} h5 {0.07/26 4} 34. Bd2 {0.08/30 1 (Td7-c7)} Rg4 {0.17/29 7}
35. Rdxb7 {0.08/32 8} Rxb7 {0.14/29 2} 36. Rxb7 {0.00/36 9} h4 {0.01/29 2} 37.
Nf5 {0.00/36 1} Rxg2 {0.07/30 4} 38. Nxh4 {0.00/37 5} Rxh2 {0.07/31 3} 39. Nf3
{0.00/34 1} Rf2 {0.08/31 4} 40. Ng5 {0.00/37 5} Bg6 {0.05/31 3} 41. Ne6 {
0.00/36 4 (Tb7-d7)} Bf7 {0.00/38 6} 42. Ng5 {0.00/38 5} Bg6 {0.00/33 4} 43. Ne6
{0.00/37 2 (Tb7-d7)} Bf7 {0.00/35 3} 44. Ng5 {0.00/40 4 Remise aangenomen}
1/2-1/2[/pgn]

Jeroen
Posts: 501
Joined: Wed Mar 08, 2006 8:49 pm

Game 99: why 2... Qf6 isn't really good vs the King's gambit

Post by Jeroen » Sat Aug 19, 2017 8:07 am

The ugly looking 2... Qf6?! is an invention by Stefan Bücker. In the pre engine era this might be a nice way to unsettle your opponent. But in 2017 this just looks crazy. Somehow Komodo still manages to get quite a playable position. SF has to play a long ending to convert the material plus.

[pgn][Event "SF170811uq-K11.2.2, Blitz 3m+2s"]
[Site "AMD Ryzen 1800X"]
[Date "2017.08.16"]
[Round "99"]
[White "Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT"]
[Black "Komodo 11.2.2 64-bit"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C30"]
[Annotator "0.83;0.47"]
[PlyCount "183"]
[EventDate "2017.??.??"]
[EventType "blitz"]
[TimeControl "180+2"]

{AMD Ryzen 7 1800X Eight-Core Processor 3593 MHz W=24.3 plies; 17.825kN/s B=23.
4 plies; 16.827kN/s} 1. e4 e5 2. f4 Qf6 {Beide laatste zet uit boek} 3. Nc3 {
0.83/23 11} exf4 {0.47/24 15 (Df6xf4)} 4. Nf3 {0.72/24 7} d6 {0.42/23 4} 5. Nd5
{0.70/22 1} Qd8 {0.51/22 3} 6. Nxf4 {0.78/24 4} g5 {0.58/24 7 (Pg8-f6)} 7. Nd5
{0.82/26 12} Bg7 {0.66/24 12} 8. c3 {0.72/27 8} Nf6 {0.54/24 6 (h7-h6)} 9. Bc4
{0.85/24 4} Nxd5 {0.61/23 7} 10. Bxd5 {0.74/23 1} O-O {0.64/25 12 (c7-c6)} 11.
O-O {0.84/24 3} Nd7 {0.59/25 5 (c7-c6)} 12. d4 {0.82/25 18} h6 {0.81/22 4} 13.
Bb3 {0.86/23 4} a5 {0.89/22 4 (c7-c5)} 14. Bc2 {1.08/24 6 (Lc1-e3)} Re8 {
0.57/23 7} 15. Bb3 {1.12/24 9 (Lc1-e3)} Rf8 {0.77/23 4} 16. Bc2 {1.01/26 15
(Lc1-e3)} Re8 {0.55/22 3} 17. h4 {1.22/26 8 (Lc1-e3)} gxh4 {0.89/22 8} 18. Qe1
{0.94/22 1 (Lc1-f4)} Qe7 {0.77/23 4} 19. Bd2 {1.02/26 6} h3 {0.82/24 7 (Pd7-f6)
} 20. Qg3 {1.15/26 25 (g2xh3)} Nf6 {1.15/23 6} 21. Nh4 {1.17/24 4} hxg2 {
1.10/25 13} 22. Nxg2 {1.32/23 2 (Dg3xg2)} Qe6 {0.65/22 5} 23. Rf5 {1.08/25 1}
Kh8 {0.59/22 3 (De6xe4)} 24. e5 {1.35/23 3 (Ta1-e1)} dxe5 {1.31/24 7} 25. Raf1
{1.22/29 6} Nd5 {1.05/24 4} 26. Rxf7 {0.98/26 1} Qg4 {1.24/25 3} 27. Qxg4 {
1.26/26 3} Bxg4 {1.22/26 6} 28. Bxh6 {0.97/24 2} Bxh6 {1.15/25 2} 29. Rh7+ {
1.12/25 4} Kg8 {1.18/5 0} 30. Rxh6 {1.14/25 2} Re7 {1.12/25 3} 31. Bb3 {
1.24/27 7 (Lc2-e4)} Kg7 {1.04/23 3 (c7-c6)} 32. Rh4 {0.99/27 14} Be6 {1.03/23 4
} 33. Rf3 {0.79/22 1} a4 {1.20/26 10} 34. Bc2 {0.89/25 3} Kg8 {1.21/23 2} 35.
dxe5 {0.99/25 1} Rf7 {1.14/26 6} 36. Rg3+ {0.99/27 5} Rg7 {1.15/25 2} 37. Rxg7+
{0.89/25 3} Kxg7 {1.10/23 2} 38. Bxa4 {1.16/26 2 (a2-a3)} Ne7 {1.12/26 4} 39.
Nf4 {1.20/26 1} Bf5 {1.06/25 2} 40. Bb3 {1.23/28 4} Ra5 {1.05/24 2} 41. e6 {
1.28/26 1} Re5 {1.17/25 6} 42. Kf2 {1.40/26 6 (Th4-h2)} Ng8 {1.19/25 22
(Pe7-g6)} 43. Rh1 {1.57/25 5 (a2-a4)} Nf6 {1.20/21 1} 44. Rg1+ {1.51/29 7} Kh6
{1.11/23 5 (Kg7-f8)} 45. Kf3 {1.81/22 3} b6 {1.26/24 4 (b7-b5)} 46. Rg3 {
1.62/28 8} b5 {1.55/24 3 (Lf5-b1)} 47. Ng2 {1.85/26 5} Nh5 {1.68/26 6} 48. Rg8
{1.98/23 2} Be4+ {1.69/26 6} 49. Kf2 {2.00/26 8} Nf6 {1.70/25 3} 50. Rf8 {
1.94/23 1} Rf5+ {1.59/25 2} 51. Kg1 {2.05/25 2} Kg5 {1.71/26 4} 52. Ne3 {
1.87/28 3} Rf3 {1.66/24 2} 53. Nd1 {2.02/28 6} Rg3+ {1.59/24 2} 54. Kf2 {
2.09/27 1} Rf3+ {1.57/23 1} 55. Ke1 {2.00/32 14 (Kf2-e2)} Bg6 {1.59/23 1} 56.
Rc8 {2.01/26 5} Rf5 {1.50/23 1} 57. Rxc7 {2.15/23 1} Re5+ {1.77/24 2} 58. Kd2 {
2.20/21 1} Ne4+ {1.76/24 2} 59. Kc1 {2.28/25 3} Nc5 {1.76/24 2} 60. Bc2 {
2.23/24 0} Nxe6 {1.83/24 2 (Lg6xc2)} 61. Rd7 {2.27/28 4} Be8 {1.96/25 4
(Lg6-f5)} 62. Rd2 {2.20/23 3 (Td7-d3)} Nf4 {1.82/22 2 (Le8-f7)} 63. b4 {
2.44/23 2 (Pd1-f2)} Kf6 {2.16/23 9 (Le8-c6)} 64. Rf2 {2.99/23 3 (Pd1-f2)} Kg5 {
1.98/21 1} 65. c4 {3.12/24 2 (Pd1-b2)} Bf7 {2.18/23 2} 66. cxb5 {3.33/21 1}
Bxa2 {2.39/25 3} 67. Nc3 {3.54/23 3} Bd5 {2.22/25 2} 68. Rd2 {3.52/19 1} Ba8 {
2.76/24 8 (Ld5-h1)} 69. Rd8 {3.72/23 2} Bf3 {2.85/25 6} 70. b6 {3.82/25 2} Re7
{2.85/25 1} 71. Rd6 {3.83/23 0} Bh1 {3.11/25 6 (Pf4-g2)} 72. Kb2 {4.09/24 3}
Bb7 {3.11/23 1 (Te7-e8)} 73. Kb3 {4.27/23 2} Ng2 {3.28/24 2} 74. Nd5 {4.49/23 1
} Re8 {3.50/25 3 (Te7-e5)} 75. Rg6+ {4.73/23 3 (Td6-d7)} Kh4 {3.36/22 1} 76.
Nf6 {4.61/21 1} Re6 {3.32/22 1} 77. Nd7 {4.85/24 3} Re3+ {3.49/21 2 (Te6-e7)}
78. Ka4 {5.12/23 2 (Kb3-b2)} Nf4 {3.63/20 1} 79. Rd6 {5.26/22 1} Bg2 {3.61/20
2 (Te3-e2)} 80. Nc5 {5.52/24 3} Re2 {3.82/21 3} 81. Kb3 {5.87/24 4 (Td6-d4)}
Bd5+ {3.83/21 2} 82. Kc3 {5.98/20 0} Re8 {3.92/21 1} 83. Kd4 {6.25/22 1 (b6-b7)
} Bf3 {4.85/21 3} 84. b7 {6.57/23 1 (Lc2-e4)} Ne2+ {5.14/22 4} 85. Kc4 {
6.84/24 1} Ng3 {5.75/23 4 (Te8-b8)} 86. Ba4 {7.47/23 2} Rb8 {5.89/23 1} 87. Bc6
{7.65/22 1} Nf5 {6.55/23 3} 88. Rf6 {7.85/23 2 (Td6-e6)} Bg4 {5.92/22 1
(Lf3-e2+)} 89. Kc3 {8.43/22 2} Ne7 {6.59/24 1} 90. Be4 {8.70/21 1} Kg5 {
6.87/25 1 (Pe7-g8)} 91. Rf7 {9.24/22 1} Ng8 {7.93/25 3} 92. Na6 {9.46/20 0
(Tf7-g7+)} 1-0[/pgn]

whereagles
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Re: Game 99: why 2... Qf6 isn't really good vs the King's ga

Post by whereagles » Mon Aug 21, 2017 3:00 pm

The common denominator in all king's gambits is that white invariably ends up with a wrecked up king side :D

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