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Harry Goldsteen
397 Website Tim Krabbé Diary 09/02/2016
nach L. Ceriani & K. Fabel
P1345778
(10+16)
BP in 185
1. a4 g5 2. Ta3 g4 3. h3 g3 4. Th2 gxh2 5. Sf3 h1=T 6. d3 d5 7. Kd2 e5 8. Sh2 a5 9. Ke3 d4+ 10. Kf3 e4+ 11. Kg3 e3 12. Dd2 exd2 13. Tb3 d1=L 14. Lf4 b5 15. Sd2 bxa4 16. Tb7 Le6 17. Se4 La2 18. Sd6+ Kd7 19. Sc8 Kc6 20. Sb6 Kb5 21. Le5 Lb1 22. Lf4 a3 23. Le5 a2 24. Lf4 a1=L 25. Le5
(As in the 183- and 184-move games, White makes many waiting moves. Black ´leads´, as Goldsteen puts it - he must play optimally, although some changes in move-order are possible for him, too.)
25. ... Kb4 26. b3 Kc3 27. Sd5+ Kd2 28. Sb6 a4 29. Sc8 a3 30. Sb6 a2 31. Sc8 Lb2 32. Sb6 a1=L 33. Sc8 Lc1 34. Sb6 Lc3 35. Sc8 Lcb4 36. Sb6 c5 37. Sa4 c4 38. Sb2 c3 39. Kf3 cxb2 40. c3 Ldc2 41. Ke4 Se7 42. Lc7 Sd5 43. Le5 Se3 44. Lc7 Sd1 45. e3 h5 46. Le2 Dh4+ 47. Kd5 Sa6 48. Lg4 hxg4 49. Kc4 g3 50. Tb5 gxh2 51. Tb7 Te1 52. Tb5 h1=T 53. Tb7 Sc5 54. Lh2 Se4 55. Tb5 Sg3 56. Tb7 Thf1 57. Tb5 Sh1 58. g3
(Now White has created the smallest possible box in which Black´s promoted Rooks and Bishops manoeuver like tar through a sieve.)
58. ... Ke2 59. Tb7 Kf3
(The black King makes room for the white Rook so it can go to g2. In the next phase, the black Rooks must leave the box, otherwise the white Rook cannot pass.)
60. Tb5 Lfc5 61. Tb7 Te2 62. Tb5 La2 63. Tb7 Lcb1 64. Tb5 Tc2 65. Tb7 Te1 66. Tb5 Tee2 67. Tb7 Ld2 68. Tb5 Le1 69. Tb7 Tc1 70. Tb5 Lc2 71. Tb7 Ta1 72. Tb5 Lcb1 73. Tb7 Tc2 74. Tb5 Tc1 75. Tb7 Lc2 76. Tb5 Lab1 77. Tb7 T1a7 78. Tb5 La2 79. Kd5 Ta1 80. Kc4 Lab1 81. Kd5 T1a6
(Now the white Rook can enter via a5.)
82. Ta5 f5 83. Ta1 La2 84. Tc1 Lcb1 85. Tc2 Dh5,Dg4
(the Queen must be able to reach e2 in one move.)
86. Te2 Ld2 87. Te1 Lc2 88. Tg1 Lab1 89. Tg2
(The Rook has arrived.)
89. ... Ta1 90. Kc4 La2 91. Kb5 Tc1 92. Kc4 Lab1 93. Kb5 Ta1 94. Kc4 La2 95. Kb5 Le1 96. Kc4 Lcb1 97. Kb5 Tc2 98. Kc4 Te2 99. Kb5 Lc2 100. Kc4 Tc1 101. Kb5 Lab1 102. Kc4 Ta1 103. Kb5 Tha8 104. Kc6 Ld2 105. Kb5 Te1 106. Kc4 Tg1 107. Kb5 La2 108. Kc4 Lcb1 109. Kb5 Tc2 110. Kc4 Lc1 111. Kb5 Te2 112. Kc4 Tee1 113. Kb5 Tef1 114. Kc4 Lc2 115. Kb5 Ld2 116. Kc4 Tc1 117. Kb5 Lab1 118. Kc4 Ta1 119. Kb5 La2 120. Kc4 Le1 121. Kb5 Lcb1 122. Kc4 Tc2 123. Kb5 Ke2
(The black King must enter the box now; his first goal is a3.)
124. Kc4 Kd2 125. Kb5 Kc1 126. Kc4 Te2 127. Kb5 Kd2 128. Kc4 Lc2 129. Kb5 Tc1 130. Kc4 Lcb1 131. Kb5 Tc2 132. Kc4 f4 133. Kb5 Kc1 134. Kc4 Tcd2 135. Kb5 Lc2 136. Kc4 Kb1 137. Kb5 Ka1 138. Kc4 Lab1 139. Kb5 Ka2 140. Kc4 Ka3 141. Kb5 La2 142. Kc4 Lcb1 143. Kb5 Tc2 144. Kc4 Tc1 145. Kb5 Lc2 146. Kc4 Ta1 147. Kb5 Lcb1 148. Kc4 Tc2 149. Kb5
(Only now can the black Queen treacle into the box.)
149. ... De2 150. Kc6 Dd2 151. Kd5 Dc1 152. Kc6 Te2 153. Kd7 Dd2 154. Kc6 Lc2 155. Kb5 Tc1 156. Kc6 Lcb1 157. Kd7 Tc2 158. Kc6 Dc1 159. Kd7 Tcd2 160. Kc6 Lc2 161. Kd7 Da1 162. Kc6 Lcb1 163. Kb5 Tc2 164. Kc6 Ld2 165. Kd7 Lc1 166. Kc6 Tee1 167. Kd7 Tce2 168. Kc6 Ld2 169. Kd7 Lc2 170. Kc6 Dc1 171. Kd7 Lab1 172. Kc6 Ka2 173. Kd7 Ka1 174. Kc6 La2 175. Kd7 Lcb1 176. Ke8 Dc2 177. Kd7 Lc1 178. Ke8 Td2 179. Kd7 Tee2 180. Ke8 Tfe1 181. Kd7 Tgf1 182. Lg1 f3 183. Th2 La3 184. Ke8 Lcb4 185. Kd8 La5+
(and the diagram has been reached.)
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Kommentare von Harry Goldsteen und Aran Köhler.
http://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess2/diary.htm, Eintrag Nr. 397.
Luigi Ceriani & Karl Fabel, KBP in 183, "Am Rande des Schachbretts" 1947 (=P0001951)
Keywords: Non-Unique Proof Game, Move Length Record, Promotions (tlllt), under-promotion, Non-standard material
Genre: Retro
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