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Default Anyone got ECE (pawn endings)?

I'm studying a book called GM-RAM by Rashid Ziyatdinov. For those who don't
know it a book full of bare diagrams (without stating who is to move).
You're supposed to work out the answers and then consult your reference
library or other resources later.

This is position #24:
8/8/1p1p4/pPpP2kp/2P1P3/1P4K1/8/8 w - - 0 1

Below the diagram it says:
"Proofer's Note: Compare to ECE #639 pg. 154 Kirov-Ermenkov, 1973."

I can't find the position in any of my endgame books and I can't find the
Kirov-Ermenkov game. If anyone has such info and would send me the PGN or
page scan I'd be grateful (beware despammed email address).

I can see the main idea is around a timely e5 to create a passed pawn but
IME a good instructional text will probably reveal a lot of subtleties about
the position.

Thanks,
Jonathan

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"Jon" wrote in message
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Below the diagram it says:
"Proofer's Note: Compare to ECE #639 pg. 154 Kirov-Ermenkov, 1973."

I can't find the position in any of my endgame books and I can't find the
Kirov-Ermenkov game. If anyone has such info and would send me the PGN or
page scan I'd be grateful (beware despammed email address).


A kind soul has sent me the game. I'd still welcome any info on the ECE if
anyone has it.

FYI:

[Event "Sofia BUL, Men Ch 1973"]
[Site "Sofia BUL"]
[Date "1973.02.11"]
[Round "10"]
[White "Kirov, Nino"]
[Black "Ermenkov, Evgeni"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "E66"]
[PlyCount "128"]
[EventDate "1973.02.10"]
[SourceDate "2001.12.26"]

1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 Bg7 4. g3 O-O 5. Bg2 c5 6. O-O Nc6 7. d4 d6 8. d5
Na5 9. Nd2 e5 10. b3 a6 11. Bb2 Rb8 12. a4 Ng4 13. h3 Nh6 14. Qc2 f5 15.
Nd1 b6
16. Rb1 Nb7 17. f4 a5 18. e3 Bd7 19. Nc3 g5 20. Nb5 Qe7 21. Rbe1 e4 22.
Rf2 Rf7
23. Nf1 Bxb5 24. axb5 Rbf8 25. Ree2 Nd8 26. Nh2 Bxb2 27. Qxb2 Rg7 28.
Qc3 Rf6 29. fxg5 Rxg5 30. g4 Ndf7 31. Bxe4 Ne5 32. Bf3 fxg4 33. Bxg4 Rfg6
34. Rg2 Nhxg4 35. hxg4 Qg7 36. Qb2 Qh6 37. Qc2 Nxg4 38. Nxg4 Rxg4 39.
Qd2 Qg7
40. Rxg4 Rxg4+ 41. Rg2 Rxg2+ 42. Qxg2 Kf7 43. Qxg7+ Kxg7 44. Kg2 Kg6 45. Kg3
Kg5 46. Kh3 Kh5 47. Kg3 Kg5 48. Kh3 Kf5 49. Kh4 Ke4 50. Kg5 Kxe3 51. Kf5
h5 52.
Ke6 h4 53. Kxd6 h3 54. Kc7 h2 55. d6 h1=Q 56. d7 Qh2+ 57. Kc8 Qh3 58.
Kc7 Qg3+
59. Kc8 Qg4 60. Kc7 Qf4+ 61. Kc8 Qf5 62. Kc7 Qe5+ 63. Kc8 Qe6 64. Kc7 Qe7
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