Philidor: Exchange variation - Game 100078

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A. Payzansky, 2198
J. Schmidt, 1839


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FICGS__CHESS__CLASS_B__000261       See crosstable
(type : rated round-robin,   time : 40 days,   increment : 40 days / 10 moves)

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Last move : 1-0     2018 December 25   10:48:15

[Event "FICGS__CHESS__CLASS_B__000261"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2017.10.30"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Tambe,Rod"]
[Black "Domingo,Jordi"]
[Result "1-0"]
[WhiteElo "2057"]
[BlackElo "1896"]

1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 exd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Be7 6.Bf4 O-O 7.Qd2 d5 8.Ndb5 Bb4 9.O-O-O c6 10.Nc7 Nxe4 11.Qd4 Bxc3 12.bxc3 Qe7 13.c4 Qa3+ 14.Qb2 Qa5 15.Nxa8 Nxf2 16.Be2 Nxh1 17.Rxh1 Re8 18.Bd2 Qc5 19.Re1 Qf2 20.Rf1 Qxe2 21.Re1 Qxe1+ 22.Bxe1 Rxe1+ 23.Kd2 Re4 24.Qa3 Na6 25.Qd6 Re8 26.cxd5 cxd5 27.a4 g6 28.a5 Bf5 29.Nc7 Nxc7 30.Qxc7 Bc8 31.Qb8 a6 32.g4 h6 33.h3 Kg7 34.Qc7 Kg8 35.Kc3 Kg7 36.Kd4 Kg8 37.Kc5 Kg7 38.Kxd5 Kg8 39.Kd4 Kg7 40.c4 Kg8 41.Kc5 Kg7 42.Kb6 Kg8 43.Ka7 Kg7 44.Qd6 g5 45.c5 Re6 46.Qd4+ f6 47.Qd8 Rc6 48.Qe7+ Kg6 49.Qf8 f5 50.gxf5+ Bxf5 51.Kxb7 Re6 52.Qg8+ Kf6 53.c6 Be4 54.Kxa6 Bxc6 55.Kb6 Bg2 56.Kc5 Bxh3 57.Qh7 Bf1 58.Qxh6+ Kf5 59.Qh7+ Kf6 60.Qh8+ Kf5 61.Qh2 Ba6 62.Kd5 Bb7+ 63.Kd4 Ba6 64.Qf2+ Kg6 65.Kd5 Rf6 66.Qc2+ Kg7 67.Ke5 g4 68.Qc7+ Kg6 69.Qd7 Be2 70.Qe8+ Kg7 71.Qe7+ Rf7 72.Qg5+ Kh7 73.Kd4 Bf3 74.a6 Ra7 75.Qf6 Rg7 76.Ke3 Kg8 77.Qb6 Rf7 78.a7 Kg7 79.Kf2 Rf8 80.Qd6 Rf6 81.Qd7+ Rf7 82.Qd4+ Kg6 83.Kg3 Kh7 84.Qd3+ Kg7 85.Qd4+ Kh7 86.Qd3+ Kg7 87.Qd8 Rf8 88.Qe7+ Rf7 89.Qe5+ Kg8 90.Qe8+ Rf8 91.Qg6+ Kh8 92.Kh4 1-0

  ECO code : C41 , the name of the chess opening is displayed below :

Philidor : Exchange variation

Kingside Castling by player Black (move 6)

Queenside Castling by player White (move 9)

10 pieces endgame at move 54 : White KQPPP , Black KRBPP

WHITE : King + 1 Queen 3 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Rook 1 Bishop 2 Pawns

9 pieces endgame at move 54 : White KQPP , Black KRBPP

WHITE : King + 1 Queen 2 Pawns
BLACK : King + 1 Rook 1 Bishop 2 Pawns

8 pieces endgame at move 56 : White KQP , Black KRBPP

WHITE : King + 1 Queen 1 Pawn
BLACK : King + 1 Rook 1 Bishop 2 Pawns

7 pieces endgame at move 58 : White KQP , Black KRBP

WHITE : King + 1 Queen 1 Pawn
BLACK : King + 1 Rook 1 Bishop 1 Pawn

Player White won this chess game.

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No other master has such a terrific will to win. At the board he radiates danger, and even the strongest opponents tend to freeze, like rabbits when they smell a panther. Even his weaknesses are dangerous. As white, his opening game is predictable - you can make plans against it - but so strong that your plans almost never work. In the middle game his precision and invention are fabulous, and in the end game you simply cannot beat him. (Anonymous German Expert)

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