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- - By beckam [pe] Date 2010-06-20 20:39
8/1pk1b3/p4p2/2P1rP1:
8/1pk1b3/p4p2/2P1rP2/KP6/5Q2/1P6/8 w - - 0 1


Analysis by Deep Rybka 4 w32:

  +-  (2.25)   Profundidad: 23   00:01:01  5680kN
94.Ra5 Rb8 95.Df2 Ad8+ 96.Ra4 Rc7 97.Df1 Ae7 98.Dh3 Te4 99.Rb3 Te5 100.Dd3 Te1 101.Ra2 Te5 102.Ra3 Af8
  +-  (2.25)   Profundidad: 24   00:02:00  10936kN
94.Ra5 Ad8 95.Df1 Rc8+ 96.Ra4 Ae7 97.Dd1 Rc7 98.Dc2 Rb8 99.Dd3 Rc8 100.Dc2 Rc7 101.Ra5 Rb8 102.Dh2 Rc7 103.Dh7 Rb8 104.Dh8+ Rc7 105.Dh5 Te1 106.Dh2+ Te5 107.Dh7 Rb8 108.Dh8+ Rc7 109.Dh5
  +-  (2.25)   Profundidad: 25   00:04:09  22267kN

(,  20.06.2010)
2/KP6/5Q2/1P6/8 w - - 0 94

Please, why Deep Rybka 4 seem move around of the board the pieces without a target? I have a CPU:
Corel 2 Duo. 3 GB RAM. Over a i7 is the same result?. I think is a bug.
Parent - By Permanent Brain (*****) Date 2010-06-25 14:13
It seems to me Black has a fortress: rook e5 / pawn f6 and bishop at e7 covered by the rook and covering the f6 pawn. I guess white cannot do much? You could try other engines alternatively in this position, to see if they have ideas.

(I didn't analyse now.)
- By Moz (****) Date 2010-06-25 21:10
The queen is practically useless without supporting pieces.  Despite the score, this game is drawn.
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