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Up Topic The Rybka Lounge / Test Positions / White to play and draw
- - By CumnorChessClub (***) Date 2011-02-06 18:04
Sorry if this has been seen before, easy for a human to solve but a Chess engine?
3B4/1r2p3/r2p1p2/bkp1P1p1/1p1P1PPp/p1P4P/PPB1K3/8 w - - 0 0
Parent - By Permanent Brain (*****) Date 2011-02-06 18:56
This is from a singlecore cpu P4/2.4 GHz, 128 MB hash only:

Analysis by Shredder 11 SE:

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1.exf6 exf6 2.c4+ Kxc4 3.Ld3+ Kd5 4.Lxa6 Ta7 5.Lxf6 Txa6 6.bxa3 gxf4 7.axb4 Lxb4 8.dxc5 Txa2+ 9.Kf3
  -+  (-5.34)   Tiefe: 4/21   00:00:00  23kN
  -+  (-5.89)   Tiefe: 10/26   00:00:01  357kN
1.La4+ Kxa4 2.b3+ Kb5 3.c4+ Kc6 4.d5+ Kd7 5.e6+ Kxd8 6.f5 Kc7 7.Kd2 Ta8 8.Ke3 Te8 9.Kf3 Ta7 10.Ke3 Lb6 11.Ke4 Tf8 12.Kd3 Taa8 13.Ke4 Tg8 14.Ke3
  =/+  (-0.29)   Tiefe: 10/32   00:00:01:cool:  500kN
  =/+  (-0.29)   Tiefe: 20/49   00:00:54  24302kN

Shredder is king in this type of positions. I doubt that any other engine will find it but I didn't try.
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