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Default Ivan vs Kramer , Kramers (F) pawn is gone . Can Ivan win ?

Since Kramer is just a little stronger elo , we decided to see if
Ivan can win with a pawn advantage ..

Normal and Random games ths score i belive is Kramer 5 wins , one lose
, one draw.....

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On Dec 21, 2:29*am, (SAT W-7) wrote:
* *Since Kramer is just a little stronger elo , we decided to see if
Ivan can win with a pawn advantage ..

Normal and Random games ths score i belive is *Kramer 5 wins , one lose
, one draw.....


How about GetClub Easy Level vs IVAN?

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Yes we can play again some time down the road ...

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Default Ivan vs Kramer , Kramers (F) pawn is gone . Can Ivan win ?

This game showed the weakness that all dedicated chess computers seem to
have - inability to close out game when materially positive.
Black, after toiling hard, threw away it's deserved victory, only for
white to be unable to take advantage of it's lead in material.
See for yourself...

[Event "120'/40"]
[Site "Internet"]
[Date "2008.12.20"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Kasparov Cosmos"]
[Black "Ivan II"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[SetUp "1"]
[FEN "rnbqkbnr/pppppppp/8/8/8/8/PPPPP1PP/RNBQKBNR w KQk - 0 1"]
[PlyCount "124"]
[EventType "Corr"]

1. Nf3 d5 2. e3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Bg4 4. O-O Nf6 5. c4 a6 6. cxd5 Nxd5 7. Bxc6+
bxc6 8. Qa4 Bd7 9. Ne5 f6 10. Nxc6 e5 11. d4 exd4 12. exd4 Be7 13. Nxd8
Bxa4 14. Ne6 Kf7 15. Nf4 Rhd8 16. Nc3 Nxc3 17. bxc3 Rab8 18. Kf2 c5 19.
Ke3 Bc6 20. Rf2 Bd6 21. g3 Re8+ 22. Kd3 cxd4 23. cxd4 g5 24. Nh3 Be4+
25. Kd2 Kg6 26. Kd1 Rb4 27. Bb2 Bf5 28. Ng1 Reb8 29. Bc3 Rb1+ 30. Ke2
Rxa1 31. Bxa1 Rb1 32. Bc3 Rxg1 33. Ke3 Rd1 34. Rd2 Rc1 35. Bb2 Rf1 36.
Ke2 Bh3 37. Rc2 Kf5 38. Rc6 Rb1 39. Bc3 Ke6 40. Ke3 Rc1 41. Kd2 Rxc3 42.
Kxc3 Bf1 43. Rc8 Kd5 44. Rh8 Bc7 45. Rxh7 Ba5+ 46. Kc2 Kxd4 47. Rd7+ Ke4
48. h4 gxh4 49. gxh4 Bb4 50. h5 Bb5 51. h6 Bxd7 52. h7 Ba4+ 53. Kb2 Kd3
54. h8=Q Bc3+ 55. Ka3 Bb5 56. Qh3+ Kd2 57. Kb3 Be5 58. a3 Bd3 59. Qf3
Bb5 60. Qd5+ Ke3 61. Kb4 Bd4 62. a4 Bd3 1/2-1/2

RocketMan


SAT W-7 wrote:
Since Kramer is just a little stronger elo , we decided to see if
Ivan can win with a pawn advantage ..

Normal and Random games ths score i belive is Kramer 5 wins , one lose
, one draw.....

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Default Ivan vs Kramer , Kramers (F) pawn is gone . Can Ivan win ?

I was thinking Ivan would win until it blew it..lol.

It was a interesting game anyway and i liked it..

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