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- - By NATIONAL12 (Gold) Date 2010-02-09 00:27
you will believe your board is round the wrong way.

[Event "Microsoft, 40'/40+40'/40+40'"]
[Site "Microsoft"]
[Date "2010.02.08"]
[Round "23"]
[White X
[Black "Rybka 3"]
[Result "1/2-1/2"]
[ECO "B47"]
[Annotator "0.20;0.22"]
[PlyCount "170"]
[TimeControl "40/2400:40/2400:2400"]

{Intel(R) Core(TM) i7 CPU         860  @ 2.80GHz 0 MHz  W=26.3 ply; 8,788kN/s;
HS-Masterbook.ctg  B=21.7 ply; 286kN/s; 638,214 TBAs; HS-Masterbook.ctg} 1. e4
{B/0 0} c5 {B/0 0} 2. Nf3 {B/0 0} e6 {B/0 0} 3. d4 {B/0 0} cxd4 {B/0 0} 4. Nxd4
{B/0 0} a6 {B/0 0} 5. Nc3 {B/0 0} d6 {B/0 0} 6. g3 {B/0 0} Nc6 {B/0 0} 7. Bg2 {
B/0 0} Bd7 {B/0 0} 8. O-O {B/0 0} Qc7 {B/0 0} 9. Re1 {B/0 0} Be7 {B/0 0} 10.
Nxc6 {B/0 0} Bxc6 {Both last book move B/0 0} 11. Qd4 {0.20/23 96} Nf6 {
0.22/18 76} 12. Nd5 {0.17/23 97} Bxd5 {0.22/19 38} 13. exd5 {0.17/21 1} e5 {
0.28/20 149} 14. Qd3 {(Qa4+) 0.20/23 104} O-O {0.11/18 97} 15. Bh3 {
(a4) 0.15/22 93} Nd7 {0.08/19 187} 16. c4 {0.16/23 193} g6 {0.12/19 92} 17. Bh6
{0.19/23 112} Rfe8 {0.14/18 41} 18. Bxd7 {0.14/23 335} Qxd7 {0.14/16 0} 19.
Rac1 {0.15/23 170} f6 {(Bf6) 0.12/18 309} 20. Be3 {(Bd2) 0.24/22 118} f5 {
0.13/18 82} 21. a3 {(f3) 0.17/22 247} Bf8 {(Rac8) 0.11/18 66} 22. b4 {
0.24/22 54} Rac8 {0.13/18 55} 23. Kg2 {0.23/21 24} Qa4 {(Qf7) 0.13/18 80} 24.
c5 {0.29/23 53} e4 {0.25/18 76} 25. Qd2 {0.34/23 25} Qxa3 {0.27/19 114} 26. c6
{0.27/23 55} Rc7 {0.28/20 111} 27. Qd4 {(Ra1) 0.31/22 53} Qd3 {
(Ree7) 0.29/17 67} 28. Qb6 {0.51/23 48} Ree7 {0.29/16 0} 29. cxb7 {0.51/23 16}
Rxb7 {0.36/19 89} 30. Qxd6 {0.51/22 0} Rbd7 {0.36/20 236} 31. Qb8 {
(Qc6) 0.50/23 117} Qb5 {0.37/17 55} 32. Qa8 {0.48/24 28} Rf7 {(Qb7) 0.45/17 18}
33. Rc8 {0.57/22 48} Qxd5 {0.45/17 27} 34. Qxa6 {0.59/23 62} g5 {0.53/17 60}
35. h3 {(Rec1) 0.59/22 41} Rd6 {0.52/17 43} 36. Qa8 {0.58/23 35} Qxa8 {
(h6) 0.55/18 21} 37. Rxa8 {0.76/25 37} Kg7 {0.69/19 24} 38. Bxg5 {0.79/25 34}
Rb6 {0.79/19 28} 39. Be3 {0.95/25 20} Rxb4 {0.83/20 32} 40. Rc1 {1.06/26 29}
Rfb7 {0.97/22 109} 41. Rcc8 {1.11/26 29} Be7 {(Bd6) 0.97/24 177} 42. h4 {
(Ra6) 1.25/23 16} Bd6 {1.17/19 87} 43. Rd8 {(Ra6) 1.30/27 89} Be7 {
(f4) 1.17/21 81} 44. Rg8+ {1.31/26 68} Kf6 {1.29/21 113} 45. h5 {
(Rh8) 1.31/26 27} R4b5 {1.29/19 54} 46. Ra6+ {1.76/25 35} Ke5 {1.32/21 59} 47.
h6 {(Rh8) 1.75/26 37} Bc5 {(Rb3) 1.57/20 78} 48. Bf4+ {1.85/27 64} Kd4 {
1.74/20 27} 49. Rf6 {2.43/28 343} Kc4 {(Kd3) 1.74/21 55} 50. Rc8 {2.81/29 338}
Kd3 {1.82/22 58} 51. Rfc6 {(Rd8+) 2.81/28 174} Bb4 {3.04/19 77} 52. Rd8+ {
2.81/26 2} Ke2 {1.82/18 0} 53. Rc2+ {(Rd4) 2.81/27 40} Ke1 {1.82/18 0} 54. Rc1+
{3.00/27 159} Ke2 {1.78/12 0} 55. Rd4 {(Rb1) 3.28/28 238} Ba5 {2.98/20 107} 56.
g4 {(Rc2+) 3.16/27 148} Rb2 {3.16/20 43} 57. gxf5 {2.94/26 100} e3 {
(R7b4) 3.29/20 87} 58. Rc6 {(Bxe3) 3.80/20 10} Bb6 {(Bd2) 4.08/17 99} 59. Rd5 {
3.90/21 8} Ke1 {4.32/18 118} 60. Kg3 {(Bg3) 3.90/19 0} Rxf2 {3.09/19 41} 61.
Rb5 {3.04/23 24} Bc7 {3.09/18 0} 62. Rxb7 {3.04/22 0} Bxf4+ {3.09/18 0} 63. Kg4
{3.28/24 30} e2 {3.09/20 350} 64. Rxh7 {3.28/23 1} Bd2 {3.09/18 0} 65. Re6 {
(Re7) 3.28/24 21} Kf1 {(Rf4+) 1.75/20 58} 66. Rhe7 {1.91/26 84} e1=Q {1.75/19 0
} 67. Rxe1+ {1.91/23 0} Bxe1 {1.75/19 0} 68. h7 {1.87/26 41} Rh2 {1.32/21 29}
69. Rc7 {(Kf3) 1.87/27 56} Ba5 {1.29/22 20} 70. Rb7 {(Rd7) 1.63/27 43} Bc3 {
1.18/24 48} 71. Kg5 {1.48/27 23} Ke1 {0.87/23 53} 72. Rc7 {1.48/27 11} Bh8 {
0.27/23 101} 73. Ra7 {(Rf7) 1.48/27 7} Rg2+ {0.06/26 51} 74. Kf4 {0.75/29 35}
Rf2+ {0.06/26 19} 75. Kg4 {0.75/27 28} Rg2+ {0.06/27 25} 76. Kf3 {1.48/25 0}
Rf2+ {0.05/27 47} 77. Ke4 {0.48/28 31} Re2+ {(Rh2) 0.04/27 40} 78. Kf3 {
(Kd5) 1.48/26 1} Rf2+ {0.00/34 31} 79. Ke3 {(Ke4) 0.33/30 69} Re2+ {
(Rxf5) 0.00/27 42} 80. Kd3 {0.05/29 23} Rd2+ {0.00/30 76} 81. Kc4 {0.00/33 41}
Rd4+ {0.00/29 21} 82. Kc5 {(Kb5) 0.00/32 15} Rh4 {0.00/28 25} 83. Rf7 {
(Kd5) 0.00/33 59} Ke2 {(Kf2) 0.00/28 20} 84. Kd5 {(Kd6) 0.00/34 53} Kf3 {
(Ke3) 0.00/29 49} 85. Ke6 {(Rc7) 0.00/33 16} Ke4 {
(Rh6+) Draw accepted 0.00/29 34} 1/2-1/2
Parent - - By vdragan (***) Date 2010-02-09 00:37
I remember once seeing position like this
8/8/2pk1p2/3p4/P7/1P1K2P1/8/8 w - - 0 0

It was real game between two players on some tournament.
I was just passing and then seeing this just stopped and start to calculate.  It was lasting for about 15 minutes and I was thinkgng what is white's best move, because his time was running. Then suddenly on my great surprise, player on "white's side" took pawn on c6 and moved it to c7 :)
Parent - By NATIONAL12 (Gold) Date 2010-02-09 00:44
i just glanced at board and thought i had made a mess up.when i looked at moves i thought can Rybka really hold this.
Parent - By Uly (Gold) Date 2010-02-09 01:46
Nice.

Parent - - By M ANSARI (*****) Date 2010-02-09 07:01
Is this R3 vs R3?
Parent - By NATIONAL12 (Gold) Date 2010-02-09 11:06
you could say that.
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