Big chess - Game 88917

  
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A. Chronopoulos, 2265
S. Pech, 2060

1/2-1/2

See game 143418




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(type : rated round-robin,   time : 30 days,   increment : 1 day / move)


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Last move : 0-1     2016 February 15   7:26:38


[Event "FICGS__BIG_CHESS__TOURNAMENT_B__000008"]
[Site "FICGS"]
[Date "2015.09.24"]
[Round "1"]
[White "Krug,Evgeny"]
[Black "Flores,Luis"]
[Result "0-1"]
[WhiteElo ""]
[BlackElo "2017"]

1.g2-g4 j15-k13 2.j2-k4 h15-g13 3.h1-o7 m15-m13 4.o7-o15 p16-o14 5.b2-b3 k13-m14 6.o15-o16 m16-o16 7.m2-m4 e15-e13 8.c1-b2 f16-b12 9.g1-j2 h16-o10 10.j2-g3 d15-d13 11.l2-l3 l16-o13 12.d2-d3 c16-k9 13.h2-j4 b16-c14 14.o2-o4 e16-e14 15.f2-f4 e14-f14 16.e2-e3 k9-g6 17.b1-d2 q16-p16 18.p2-p3 p15-p14 19.o1-p2 e13-e12 20.m1-o1 o14-p12 21.n2-n4 k16-h15 22.p1-q3 f14-f11 23.f4-f5 g6-h7 24.o1-n1 f11-c11 25.c2-c4 c11-k11 26.f1-g2 g16-f14 27.g2-d5 k11-d11 28.k1-h2 a16-e16 29.l1-m2 e16-e13 30.d5-m13 n15-n14 31.m13-d5 e13-f13 32.n4-n5 h7-j8 33.p2-j8 o13-j8 34.q1-p1 o16-n16 35.q3-p5 p16-o16 36.q2-q3 o16-o11 37.d2-f3 o10-g10 38.q3-q4 b12-g7 39.b2-g7 g10-g7 40.k4-h5 g7-h8 41.d3-d4 j8-h9 42.d5-h9 h8-h9 43.j1-j2 d11-a11 44.e1-e2 a11-a3 45.g3-e4 h9-g9 46.e4-c3 a3-a10 47.h5-f4 c14-d12 48.m2-n3 d12-e10 49.f4-d5 m14-l12 50.n1-b1 l12-m10 51.p1-n1 g9-g8 52.b1-m1 g13-f11 53.n3-o2 f11-g9 54.k2-k3 g9-f7 55.o2-n3 e10-f8 56.l3-l4 f8-h7 57.h3-h4 m10-l8 58.e3-e4 l8-k6 59.j4-k6 h7-k6 60.m1-l1 o11-j11 61.j2-k2 g8-j6 62.l1-j1 f7-h6 63.h4-h5 j6-j8 64.n1-n2 f13-k13 65.f3-h4 k6-l4 0-1







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