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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by Master Om » Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:07 am

Dann Corbit wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 9:33 pm
Master Om wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:44 pm
MikeB wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:00 am
did let it run a bit , but I have to shut it down now:

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dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 52	+19.23!	154.7G	1:15:03	Nf6+ Kg7 Nh5+ Kg6 Bc2+ Kxh5 d8=Q Kg4 Qf6 c4+ Kd5 Kxg3 Qf1 Nc7+ Kxc4 Nce6 Kxb4 Nf4 Kxc3 e2 Qe1+ Kg4 Bd3 Kf3 Kd2 Kg4 Bxe2+ Kf5 Bd3+ Kf6 Qh4 Kg7! 
 51	+19.14!	104.7G	53:12.98	Nf6+ Kg7 Nh5+ Kg6 Bc2+ Kxh5 d8=Q Kg4 Qf6 Kxg3 Qf1 c4+ Kd5 Nc7+ Kxc4 Be7 Qg1+ Kf3 Bd1+ e2 Qf1+ Kg3 Qxe2 Nce6 Qe5+ Kg2 Qxc3 Bc5 Qf6 Be3 Qxh6 Kg3 Qf6 Kg2 Qe5 Bf4 Qe2+ Kg1 Qe1+ Kg2 Bg4 Nd8 Bf5 Nf3 Be4 Nf7 Qe2+ Kg1 Bxf3 Ne5+ Kb5 
Does it solve this in SPV ?
McCain may not like the flavor of this one, but Sting finds it to be delicious.

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Searching: 4q1kr/p6p/1prQPppB/4n3/4P3/2P5/PP2B2P/R5K1 w - -
infinite: 0 ponder: 0 time: 0 increment: 0 moves to go: 0
 1   +1.01   00:01     280  Bb5 
 2   +1.05   00:01     580  Bb5 Nf3+ Kg2 
 3   +2.38   00:01    1060  Bb5 Nf3+ Kf1 Ne5 
 4   +2.51   00:01    1900  Bb5 a6 Bxc6 Nxc6 
 5   +2.83   00:01    2833  Bb5 Nf3+ Kg2 Ne5 Bxc6 Nxc6 
 6   +3.76   00:01    5067  Bb5 Nf3+ Kg2 Ne5 Bxc6 Nxc6 Qd7 
 7   +0.48   00:01   13184  Qd5 Rxe6 Rf1 Nf7 Bc4 Nxh6 Qxe6+ Qxe6 
 8   -0.65   00:01   37809  Qd5 Rxe6 Rf1 Kf7 Bb5 Qc8 Bg5 Qc5+ Kg2 Qxd5 exd5 
 9   -0.65   00:01   44890  Qd5 Rxe6 Rf1 Kf7 Bb5 
10   -0.48   00:01  143272  Qd5 Rxe6 a4 Qc8 a5 Qc5+ Kh1 Qxd5 exd5 Re8 axb6 
11   -0.61   00:01  282449  Qd5 Rxe6 Rf1 Kf7 Qb3 Qc6 Rf4 Qc5+ Kh1 Qe7 Qd5 Rd8 
12   -0.69   00:01   1043K  Qa3 Rxe6 Rd1 Qb8 Qb3 Kf7 Rf1 Qd6 Kg2 Qe7 Bb5 
13   -0.53   00:01   1122K  Qa3 Rxe6 Rd1 Qb8 Qb3 Kf7 Bg4 Qc8 Bxe6+ Qxe6 Qa4 a6 Kh1 a5 Be3 Kg7 a3 Rc8 Qd4 
14   -0.44   00:01   1361K  Qa3 Rxe6 Rd1 Qb8 Qb3 Kf7 Bg4 Qc8 Bxe6+ Qxe6 Bf4 Qxb3 axb3 Ke6 Rd5 Nf7 Kg2 g5 Bg3 Rc8 
15   -0.57   00:01   2904K  Qa3 Rxe6 Rd1 Kf7 Qxa7+ Qe7 Qa4 Rd8 Rxd8 Qxd8 h3 Qc8 Kg2 Rd6 Be3 Qe6 Qa6 b5 Qxb5 Qxa2 
16   -0.57   00:01   3150K  Qa3 Rxe6 Rd1 Kf7 Qxa7+ Qe7 Qa4 Rd8 Rxd8 
17   +0.00   00:02   5044K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Nf7 Bc4 Rxe4 Qc7 b5 Bb3 g5 Rd1 Re7 Rd8 Re1+ Kg2 Re2+ Kg1 Re1+ 
18   +0.00   00:02   6124K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Nf7 Bc4 Rxe4 Qc7 b5 Bb3 g5 Rd1 Re1+ Rxe1 Qxe1+ Kg2 Qe2+ Kg1 Qe1+ 
19   +0.00   00:02   8099K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
20   +0.00   00:02   9499K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
21   +0.00   00:02   9976K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 
22   +0.00   00:03  12074K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
23   +0.00   00:03  15780K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
24   +0.00   00:06  36601K  Qa3 
25   +0.00   00:06  43861K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
26   +0.00   00:08  57678K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
27   +0.00   00:10  70796K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
28   +0.00   00:12  90569K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
29   +0.00   00:16 127946K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 
30   +1.90   00:22 195440K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Kg2 Qe8 Bxc4 bxc4 b3 cxb3 axb3 a5 Kg3 Qe7 Rf2 Qe8 c4 Qe7 Kg2 Qa3 Rf3 Qe7 Rf1 Qa3 
31   +1.90   00:26 234663K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Kg2 Qe8 Bxc4 bxc4 b3 cxb3 axb3 a5 Kg3 Qe7 Rf2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 Rf1 Qc5 Kg2 Qe7 Rf3 Qe8 c4 Qe7 
32   +2.55   00:44 424790K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 axb5 axb5 Ba2 Qg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 e7 Re8 Kf3 g5 Rf6+ Kg7 Re6 Kf7 Rxe5 Rxe7 Rxe7+ Kxe7 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 g4 Kxc4 Ke5 Kd3 
33   +2.59   01:05 646708K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 a6 Bd1 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Rf3 g5 Kg2 Qe7 Rf5 Qd8 a4 Qe7 Ba2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Rxe5 Kf7 Kf3 Rxe7 Rxe7+ Kxe7 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 g4 a5 Ke6 Kxc4 
34   +2.87   01:27 861292K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 
35   +2.87   01:40   1001M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 Ba2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Rf7+ Kh6 Ra7 Rb8 Kg3 g5 Rxa6 Kg6 a5 Kf6 Rb6 Ra8 a6 h5 Kf3 Ke7 Rb7+ Kxe6 Rh7 Kf6 a7 Kg6 Rc7 Kf6 Rc6+ Ke7 Rh6 
36   +3.11   02:20   1414M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Ba2 Qa8 Kg3 Qe8 Rf3 g5 Kg2 Qe7 b4 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Rf5 Re8 Rxg5+ Kf6 Rh5 Rxe6 Rh6+ Kf7 Rxh7+ Kg6 Rc7 Kg5 Kg3 Rg6 Rxc4 Rg8 
37   +3.47   03:24   2100M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Kg3 g5 Rf6+ Kg7 Rxa6 Rxe7 Kg4 Rb7 Kxg5 Rxb2 Ra7+ Kg8 Kf6 Rf2+ Kxe5 Rxh2 a5 Ra2 Kd5 h5 e5 Kf8 a6 
38   +4.00   09:23   5990M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 e7 Re8 Kg3 Kh5 Rxh7+ Kg5 Rf7 Kh5 h4 g5 hxg5 Kxg5 Rf5+ Kg6 Rxe5 Kf7 Rc5 Kxe7 Rxc4 Kd6 Kf4 Rf8+ Ke3 Rh8 Rd4+ Ke6 Rd5 Rh2 b3 Rh3+ 

6 hours and Mc Cain still stuck.....Used wide search and tactics = 8

[Event "?"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "?"]
[Black "?"]
[Result "*"]
[Analysis "McCain v10.1-MF"]
[AnalysisTime "19074"]
[FEN "4q1kr/p6p/1prQPppB/4n3/4P3/2P5/PP2B2P/R5K1 w - - 0 24"]
[SetUp "1"]

24. Qa3 Rxe6 25. Qxa7 Qe7 26. Qb8+ Qe8 27. Qc7 Qe7 28. Qc8+ Qe8 29. Qc7
{(5:17:54) 375064902kN}{[%eval 0,21,McCain v10.1-MF][%meval 19074s|TB:947k]} *
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by tpoppins » Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:21 am

peter wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:58 pm
Ah, Gusev- Averbakh.
My blushes, Peter -- Gusev - Auerbach
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by Harvey Williamson » Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:31 am

Hiarcs does alright here. Default settings and no tbs it took around 3 minutes:


4.44 1.Nf6+ (depth 35, 1/19), 4.6G nodes (16.1M nps)
0.00: -3.26/11 1.Nxe3
0.00: -2.75/11 1.Kc6 Nb8+ 2.Kc7 Nxd7 3.Kxd7 Ne4 4.Nxe3 Nxg3 5.Bc2+ Kg7 6.Kd6 Kf6 7.Kd5 Ne2 8.Kc4 Nf4 9.Be4
0.01: -2.50/12 1.Kc6 Nb8+ 2.Kc7 Nxd7 3.Kxd7 Ne4 4.Nxe3 Nxg3 5.Bc2+ Kg8 6.Ke6 Ne2 7.Nf5 h5 8.Kd5 Nf4+ 9.Ke4 Ng6 10.Kd3 Ne5+ 11.Ke4
0.01: -2.57/13 1.Kc6 Nb8+ 2.Kc7 Nxd7 3.Kxd7 Ne4 4.Nxe3 Nxg3 5.Bc2+ Kh8 6.Ke6 h5 7.Nf5 Nf1 8.Ke5 Nd2 9.Kf4 Nc4 10.Bd1 Nb2 11.Bc2 Kh7 12.Ke4
0.01: -2.67/14 1.Kc6
0.02: -2.00/14 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 e2 5.Bxe2 Nb4 6.Ne3 Kg6 7.Bd1 Bb6 8.Kd6 Ba7 9.Ba4 h5 10.Nc2 Kf5 11.Ne1
0.02: -1.75/15 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb5 Nc7+ 8.Kc4 Bf2 9.Nc2 Kg5 10.Kxc3 h5 11.Be2 h4 12.Bf1
0.02: -1.90/16 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Nd5 Be5 8.Kb5 Nb8 9.Kxc5 h5 10.Kc4 h4 11.Nxc3 h3 12.Bf3 Kf5 13.Ne2 h2 14.Kd3 Nd7 15.Ke3
0.03: -2.00/17 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Ne4+ Kf4 12.Kxc7 h3 13.Nxc5 h2 14.Be4 Be1
0.03: -2.05/18 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Ne4+ Kg4 12.Nf6+ Kf3 13.Bf5 c4 14.Kc5 c3 15.Kd4 h3 16.Bxh3
0.04: -2.02/19 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Kd4 Be1 13.Ne2 Kg4 14.Be4 Bf2+ 15.Ke5 h2
0.05: -2.16/20 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Kd4 Be1 13.Ne2 h2 14.Be4 Bf2+ 15.Ke5 Kg4 16.Nc3
0.05: -2.16/21 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Kd4 Be1 13.Ne2 h2 14.Be4 Bf2+ 15.Ke5 Kg4 16.Bf5+ Kf3
0.06: -2.22/22 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Be4 Be1 13.Nb5 Kf4 14.Bh1 Bf2+ 15.Kc4 Ne6 16.Kd3 Kg3 17.Ke2 Nf4+ 18.Kf1 Ng2 19.Nd6
0.07: -2.21/23 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Be4 Be1 13.Ne2 Bf2+ 14.Kc4 h2 15.Bf3 Ne8 16.Kd3 Nd6 17.Bd5 Bc5 18.Nc3 Kf4 19.Na4 Ke5 20.Nc3
0.08: -2.28/24 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 h5 10.Nxc3 h4 11.Kxc5 h3 12.Be4 Be1 13.Ne2 Bf2+ 14.Kc4 h2 15.Bf3 Kf5 16.Kd3 Ne6 17.Nc3 Bc5 18.Nd5 Ng5 19.Bg2 Kg4 20.Ke2 Kg3 21.Kf1 Bd4
0.15: -2.50/25 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb5 Nc7+ 8.Kc4 Bf2 9.Bc2+ Kg5 10.Nd1 Bd4 11.Nxc3 Bxc3 12.Kxc3 h5 13.Kc4 h4 14.Kxc5 h3 15.Be4 Ne6+ 16.Kc4 h2 17.Bc6 Kg4 18.Kd3 Kg3 19.Ke3 Nf4
0.17: -2.52/26 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 Be5 10.Nxc3 c4 11.Nd1 h5 12.Kc5 c3 13.Nf2 Kf4 14.Bg6 Bg7 15.Bxh5 c2 16.Nd3+ Ke3 17.Kc4 Kd2 18.Bg6 Ne6 19.Be4 Bf6 20.Bf5 Ng5 21.Bg4 Ne4
0.25: -2.60/27 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 Be5 10.Nxc3 c4 11.Nd1 h5 12.Kc5 c3 13.Kc6 h4 14.Nxc3 h3 15.Be4 h2 16.Ne2 Kg4 17.Kc5 Ne8 18.Bc6 Nd6 19.Bh1 Kh4
0.32: -2.70/28 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 Be5 10.Nxc3 c4 11.Nd1 h5 12.Kc5 c3 13.Kc6 Ne8 14.Kd5 Kf4 15.Nf2 Nc7+ 16.Kc4 Ke3 17.Nd3 Bg7 18.Nb4 h4 19.Bf5 Kf4
0.35: -2.70/29 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Kb6 Nc7 8.Bc2+ Kg5 9.Nd1 Be5 10.Nxc3 c4 11.Ne4+ Kf4 12.Kc5 c3 13.Kc4 h5 14.Nc5 Bg7 15.Kd3 h4 16.Bb3 h3 17.Ne6+ Nxe6 18.Bxe6 h2 19.Bd5 Be5 20.Ke2 Kf5 21.Kd3 Kg6 22.Kc2 Kg5 23.Kd3 Kh6 24.Bf3
1.03: -2.85/30 1.d8=Q Nf7+ 2.Ke7 Nxd8 3.Kxd8 Ba5+ 4.Kd7 Bc7 5.Nxe3 Bxg3 6.Kc6 Kg6 7.Nc2 Bf2 8.Kb5 Nc7+ 9.Kc4 h5 10.Kxc3 h4 11.Kd3 h3 12.Bg4 h2 13.Bf3 Kf5 14.Ke2 Bg1 15.Na3 Ke5 16.Kd3 Kf4 17.Bh1 Bd4 18.Ke2 Ne8 19.Nc4 Nf6 20.Kf1 Ng4 21.Kg2 Be5
1.09: -2.94/31 1.d8=Q
3.01: +4.39/31 1.Nf6+ Kg7 2.Nh5+ Kg6 3.Bc2+ Kxh5 4.d8=Q Kg4 5.Qf6 Kxg3 6.Qe5+ Kf2 7.Qh2+ Ke1 8.Qg1+ Ke2 9.Qg2+ Ke1 10.Qh1+ Kf2 11.Bd1 c4+ 12.Kd5 Nc7+ 13.Kxc4 Bd6 14.Qh5 Kg3 15.Qe2 Kh3 16.Qxe3+ Bg3 17.Qe2 Nce6 18.Qh5+ Kg2 19.Qxh6 Be1 20.Qh5 Bd2 21.Qg4+ Kf2 22.Qh4+ Kg2 23.Bc2 Nc7 24.Qg4+ Kf2 25.Qf5+ Kg2 26.Qe5 Nce6 27.Be4+ Kf2 28.Bd5 c2 29.Qf5+ Nf4
3.39: +5.89/32 1.Nf6+ Kg7 2.Nh5+ Kg6 3.Bc2+ Kxh5 4.d8=Q Kg4 5.Qf6 Kxg3 6.Qe5+ Kf3 7.Bd1+ Kg2 8.Qxe3 c4+ 9.Kd5 Bc5 10.Qxc3 Bf2 11.Qf6 Nc5 12.Qxh6 Nh3 13.Kxc4 Ng1 14.Qg7+ Kh2 15.Bg4 Kh1 16.Kd5 Kh2 17.Bf5 Kh1 18.Qg5 Kh2 19.Kc4 Kh1 20.Qg4 Kh2 21.Kd5 Kh1 22.Ke5 Kh2 23.Kf4 Kh1 24.Bc2 Kh2
4.00: +6.08/33 1.Nf6+ Kg7 2.Nh5+ Kg6 3.Bc2+ Kxh5 4.d8=Q Kg4 5.Qf6 Kxg3 6.Qe5+ Kf3 7.Bd1+ Kg2 8.Qxe3 c4+ 9.Kd5 Bc5 10.Qxc3 Bf2 11.Qf6 Nc5 12.Qxh6 Nh3 13.Kxc4 Ng1 14.Qg7+ Kf1 15.Qa1 Kg2 16.Qe5 Nh3 17.Qg7+ Kh2 18.Qg6 Ng1 19.Qg5 Kh3 20.Bg4+ Kh2 21.Qf4+ Kg2 22.Bh5 Na4 23.Be8 Nb6+ 24.Kd3 Bg3
4.38: +6.47/34 1.Nf6+ Kg7 2.Nh5+ Kg6 3.Bc2+ Kxh5 4.d8=Q Kg4 5.Qf6 Kxg3 6.Qe5+ Kf3 7.Bd1+ Kg2 8.Qxe3 c4+ 9.Kd5 Bc5 10.Qxc3 Bf2 11.Qf6 Nc5 12.Qxh6 Nh3 13.Kxc4 Ng1 14.Qg7+ Kf1 15.Qa1 Kg2 16.Qe5 Kf1 17.Bh5 Kg2 18.Bf7 Kf1 19.Qc3 Be1 20.Qe3 Na4 21.Qd3+ Ne2 22.Qh3+ Kf2 23.Qh4+ Kf1 24.Qf6+ Kg1

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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by peter » Sat Oct 27, 2018 4:15 am

tpoppins wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:21 am
peter wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:58 pm
Ah, Gusev- Averbakh.
My blushes, Peter --
:)
But you know,Tirsa, that the Queen-sac is a forced win for White, don't you?
http://forum.computerschach.de/cgi-bin/ ... #pid116032

In the first output- line at the chessgames.com site after 24. Qxe5 fxe5 25. Rf1 Rc8 26. Bd1 Rc7 (?!) 27.e7 Rxe7 28.Bb3 (?) has to be replaced by 28.Ba4, which is a #18 already.



Analysis by asmFishWCP_2018-10-23_popcnt:

28...a5 29.Bc6 b5 30.Bxb5 a4 31.Bxe8 Rxe8 32.Kg2 Rc8 33.c4 Rb8 34.Kh3 Ra8 35.c5 Rb8 36.Kg4 Rd8 37.c6 Rc8 38.b4 axb3 39.axb3 Re8 40.c7 Ra8 41.b4 Re8 42.b5 Rc8 43.b6 Ra8 44.b7 Re8 45.c8Q Rxc8 46.bxc8Q#
+- (#18) Depth: 79/37 00:04:07 9059MN
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by peter » Sat Oct 27, 2018 7:29 am

Master Om wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:07 am
6 hours and Mc Cain still stuck.....Used wide search and tactics = 8
What do you mean with wide search?

Tactial 8 is too much, I'd try 3, which is internal MV8, as far as I know. Waiting already 6 minutes in depth 33 now without solution, don't know, how long I'll let it run.

Switching off nullmove could help in single variant mode, but would cost too much time to depth probably in MV.

CorChess at 24 threads of the 12x3GHz CPU with 32G hash, Analysis Contempt off, started in 8MV- mode has the Queen-sac in first ranked one lines quickly.
Keeping all primaries computed onwards then, of course takes it's time too to bring the winning eval and line.
Much more quickly it works by reducing MV to the best ones, but that's somewhat self-betraying, you could just do Forward- Backward as well then, to get the winning eval as soon as possible.

After Sting, which really is a category of its own here once again, CorChess seems to me one of the second best ones at this one position, which is a very selective one indeed.
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by peter » Sat Oct 27, 2018 8:45 am

peter wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 7:29 am
Waiting already 6 minutes in depth 33 now without solution, don't know, how long I'll let it run.
Stopped after 20 minutes without solution.

At least McCain is rather good in Backwarding the lines after the Queen-sac, which isn't so for all engines, even modern ones, neither. E.g. komodo does better with switched off nullmove. There's much Zugzwang in several lines. Accordingly McCain does better with switched off nullmove here too.

Here's McCain with Analysis Contempt and nullmove switched off after Backward to the original position before the sac:



Analysis by McCain v10.1:

24.Qxe5 fxe5 25.Rf1 Rc7 26.Bd1 b5 27.Bb3 Rc4 28.a4 a6 29.Ba2 Qe7 30.b4 Qa7+ 31.Kg2 Qg7 32.Bxc4 bxc4 33.Bxg7 Kxg7 34.Rf7+ Kh6 35.a5 Re8 36.e7 Kh5 37.Rxh7+ Kg4 38.Rf7 Kh5
+- (7.19 ++) Depth: 44/77 00:05:10 8760MN

24 threads of 12x3GHz, 32G hash.
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by tpoppins » Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:36 pm

peter wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 4:15 am
But you know,Tirsa, that the Queen-sac is a forced win for White, don't you?
Mmmm, given that the 2015 analysis on the chessgames page is mine (which I referred to several times over the years on this forum) I take that as a rhetoric question.
It seems that the point of my previous post didn't come across. The player of the black pieces was not the well-known GM Yuri Averbakh, neither was this game played in 1951. Moscow being the venue is most likely wrong as well.

This was covered by E. Winter in Chess Notes, issue #8405, five years ago. Since then the chessgame.com sleuths appear to have established the venue as Chelyabinsk; only Auerbach's first name remains unknown. It may have been Yevgeni, Eduard, Yegor, Ernest or Erich.
peter wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 4:15 am
In the first output- line at the chessgames.com site after 24. Qxe5 fxe5 25. Rf1 Rc8 26. Bd1 Rc7 (?!) 27.e7 Rxe7 28.Bb3 (?) has to be replaced by 28.Ba4, which is a #18 already.
That's Ayler Kupp's analysis, not mine. Although I put in at least a hundred hours of analysis with various engines on Let's Check (sadly, later on most of it around the root position has been superseded by patzers blindly running dumb engines overnight on single positions) into numerous lines springing after the queen sacrifice I don't think I had a close look at that particular one. You must admit that 25...Rc8 and 26...Rc7 don't make much sense. It was atypically unconvincing analysis by Ayler who is usually much more thorough -- I'd learned the backsliding (what you refer to as Forward-Backward) technique from him, BTW. In another discussion elsewhere he frankly admitted to dropping the ball, misled by SF DD's high depths.
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by peter » Sat Oct 27, 2018 6:15 pm

tpoppins wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 5:36 pm
It seems that the point of my previous post didn't come across. The player of the black pieces was not the well-known GM Yuri Averbakh, neither was this game played in 1951. Moscow being the venue is most likely wrong as well.
Thanks for this info, that indeed I didn't know.
Anyhow it's a very interesting position clearly won for White, which I thought you'd doubt somehow by linking to a chessgames.com- analysis saying it was to be drawn.
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by tpoppins » Sat Oct 27, 2018 8:05 pm

Ha, I expected you'd scroll down past the "it's a draw" analysis to mine, which starts at this post. I guess I should have used this link to begin with rather the one to the general game page; but I'd thought you'd want to look through that thread from the beginning, there's much interesting stuff including analysis posted there, unlike the typical trite CG.com noise, around the same time the position was hotly debated here (which I backreferenced in my later posts there, BTW).

Anyway, since you didn't know and are one of the very best posters here I'll post something special for you (and all other good folk on here) shortly.
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Re: Plaskett's Chess Puzzle Solved in ~15 minutes

Post by MikeB » Sun Oct 28, 2018 2:30 pm

Master Om wrote:
Sat Oct 27, 2018 3:07 am
Dann Corbit wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 9:33 pm
Master Om wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:44 pm
MikeB wrote:
Fri Oct 26, 2018 4:00 am
did let it run a bit , but I have to shut it down now:

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dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 52	+19.23!	154.7G	1:15:03	Nf6+ Kg7 Nh5+ Kg6 Bc2+ Kxh5 d8=Q Kg4 Qf6 c4+ Kd5 Kxg3 Qf1 Nc7+ Kxc4 Nce6 Kxb4 Nf4 Kxc3 e2 Qe1+ Kg4 Bd3 Kf3 Kd2 Kg4 Bxe2+ Kf5 Bd3+ Kf6 Qh4 Kg7! 
 51	+19.14!	104.7G	53:12.98	Nf6+ Kg7 Nh5+ Kg6 Bc2+ Kxh5 d8=Q Kg4 Qf6 Kxg3 Qf1 c4+ Kd5 Nc7+ Kxc4 Be7 Qg1+ Kf3 Bd1+ e2 Qf1+ Kg3 Qxe2 Nce6 Qe5+ Kg2 Qxc3 Bc5 Qf6 Be3 Qxh6 Kg3 Qf6 Kg2 Qe5 Bf4 Qe2+ Kg1 Qe1+ Kg2 Bg4 Nd8 Bf5 Nf3 Be4 Nf7 Qe2+ Kg1 Bxf3 Ne5+ Kb5 
Does it solve this in SPV ?
McCain may not like the flavor of this one, but Sting finds it to be delicious.

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Searching: 4q1kr/p6p/1prQPppB/4n3/4P3/2P5/PP2B2P/R5K1 w - -
infinite: 0 ponder: 0 time: 0 increment: 0 moves to go: 0
 [snip]
29   +0.00   00:16 127946K  Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 
30   +1.90   00:22 195440K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Kg2 Qe8 Bxc4 bxc4 b3 cxb3 axb3 a5 Kg3 Qe7 Rf2 Qe8 c4 Qe7 Kg2 Qa3 Rf3 Qe7 Rf1 Qa3 
31   +1.90   00:26 234663K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Kg2 Qe8 Bxc4 bxc4 b3 cxb3 axb3 a5 Kg3 Qe7 Rf2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 Rf1 Qc5 Kg2 Qe7 Rf3 Qe8 c4 Qe7 
32   +2.55   00:44 424790K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bb5 Qe7 Ba4 b5 Bb3 Rc4 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 axb5 axb5 Ba2 Qg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 e7 Re8 Kf3 g5 Rf6+ Kg7 Re6 Kf7 Rxe5 Rxe7 Rxe7+ Kxe7 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 g4 Kxc4 Ke5 Kd3 
33   +2.59   01:05 646708K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 a6 Bd1 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Rf3 g5 Kg2 Qe7 Rf5 Qd8 a4 Qe7 Ba2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Rxe5 Kf7 Kf3 Rxe7 Rxe7+ Kxe7 Ke3 Kd6 Kd4 g4 a5 Ke6 Kxc4 
34   +2.87   01:27 861292K  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 
35   +2.87   01:40   1001M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 Ba2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Rf7+ Kh6 Ra7 Rb8 Kg3 g5 Rxa6 Kg6 a5 Kf6 Rb6 Ra8 a6 h5 Kf3 Ke7 Rb7+ Kxe6 Rh7 Kf6 a7 Kg6 Rc7 Kf6 Rc6+ Ke7 Rh6 
36   +3.11   02:20   1414M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qe8 Ba2 Qa8 Kg3 Qe8 Rf3 g5 Kg2 Qe7 b4 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Rf5 Re8 Rxg5+ Kf6 Rh5 Rxe6 Rh6+ Kf7 Rxh7+ Kg6 Rc7 Kg5 Kg3 Rg6 Rxc4 Rg8 
37   +3.47   03:24   2100M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Kg3 g5 Rf6+ Kg7 Rxa6 Rxe7 Kg4 Rb7 Kxg5 Rxb2 Ra7+ Kg8 Kf6 Rf2+ Kxe5 Rxh2 a5 Ra2 Kd5 h5 e5 Kf8 a6 
38   +4.00   09:23   5990M  Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bb3 b5 a4 a6 Kg2 Qg7 Bxc4 bxc4 Bxg7 Kxg7 Rf7+ Kh6 e7 Re8 Kg3 Kh5 Rxh7+ Kg5 Rf7 Kh5 h4 g5 hxg5 Kxg5 Rf5+ Kg6 Rxe5 Kf7 Rc5 Kxe7 Rxc4 Kd6 Kf4 Rf8+ Ke3 Rh8 Rd4+ Ke6 Rd5 Rh2 b3 Rh3+ 

6 hours and Mc Cain still stuck.....Used wide search and tactics = 8

[Event "?"]
[Site "?"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "?"]
[Black "?"]
[Result "*"]
[Analysis "McCain v10.1-MF"]
[AnalysisTime "19074"]
[FEN "4q1kr/p6p/1prQPppB/4n3/4P3/2P5/PP2B2P/R5K1 w - - 0 24"]
[SetUp "1"]

24. Qa3 Rxe6 25. Qxa7 Qe7 26. Qb8+ Qe8 27. Qc7 Qe7 28. Qc8+ Qe8 29. Qc7
{(5:17:54) 375064902kN}{[%eval 0,21,McCain v10.1-MF][%meval 19074s|TB:947k]} *
Normal search, 7 hours and McCain got unstuck , not surprised - I felt it would take nearly a trillion nodes and it did. There are scores of positions that SugaR handles better than any other engine. Clearly SugaR has been one of the most useful forks, if not the most useful fork of SF ever created. I am very appreciative it exists.

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dep	score	nodes	time	(not shown:  tbhits	knps	seldep)
 63	+3.89!	781.8G	7:55:43	Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Rc7 Bd1 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Rf3 a6 a4 Qe7 Kg2 g5 Rf5 Rc8 axb5 axb5 Bd5 Rd8 Rf7 Rb8! 
 62	+2.93!	731.6G	7:26:30	Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Rf3 a6 a4 g5 axb5 axb5 Rf5 Qa7+ Kg2 Qe7 Kf2 Qd8 Kg1 Qe7 Kg2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Rxe5 Kf6 Rf5+ Kg6 Rc5 Rxe7 Rxc4 Rd7 b4 Rd2+ Kg3 Rb2 Rc6+ Kh5 h3 Rc2! 
 61	+2.85 	709.1G	7:13:20	Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 b5 Bb3 Rc4 Rf3 a6 a4 g5 axb5 axb5 Rf5 Qa7+ Kg2 Qe7 Kf2 Qc5+ Kf3 Qe7 Kg2 Qg7 Bxg7 Kxg7 Bxc4 bxc4 e7 Re8 Rxe5 Kf6 Rf5+ Ke6 Rxg5 Rxe7 Kf2 Rd7 h4 Rd3 Rc5 Rh3 Rxc4 Rh2+ Ke3 Rxb2 Rc6+ Ke5 Rc5+ Kf6 Rf5+ Ke7 Rh5 
 60	+0.08!	696.6G	7:05:55	Qxe5 fxe5 Rf1 Qe7 Bd1 Rc4 Bc2 b5 Bb3 Qe8 Rf3 Qe7 Kg2 Qe8 a4 a6 Ba2 Qc8 Rf7 Qd8 axb5 axb5 Rb7 Qe8 Rg7+ Kf8 Rc7+ Kg8 Rxc4 bxc4 Bxc4 Qe7 Bb3 g5 Bd5 g4 b4 g3 hxg3 Qg5! 
 59	  0.00 	366.0G	3:43:54	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 58	  0.00 	306.4G	3:07:51	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 57	  0.00 	207.8G	2:08:05	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 56	  0.00 	160.8G	1:39:00	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 55	  0.00 	135.1G	1:23:12	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 54	  0.00 	82.2G	50:51.57	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 53	  0.00 	49.8G	31:03.77	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 52	  0.00 	31.6G	19:49.66	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 51	  0.00 	16.3G	10:19.47	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 50	  0.00 	8.40G	5:18.12	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 49	  0.00 	6.17G	3:53.12	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qa7 
 48	  0.00 	4.49G	2:50.03	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rb1 Rd8 b3 Rxc3 Bf4 Rdc8 Kg2 g5 b4 gxf4 Re1 Ra8 Rg1 Rxa2+ Kf1 Rxh2 Rg8 Kxg8 b5 Kg7 Kg1 Rcc2 Kf1 
 47	  0.00 	4.19G	2:38.69	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rf1 Rd8 b4 Rxc3 b5 Rdc8 Bf8 Rxf8 Rc1 Rxc1+ Kf2 Ke7 h4 Ke6 h5 gxh5 a4 Ra8 Ke2 Rxa4 Kf3 Ke7 Ke2 
 46	  0.00 	2.42G	1:32.49	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Kf2 Rd8 Ke2 Re6 Kf2 
 45	  0.00 	1.79G	1:09.08	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 b4 Rxc3 Rd1 Rcc8 h4 Rhd8 Rxd8 Rxd8 a4 Rc8 a5 bxa5 bxa5 g5 hxg5 Ke7 gxf6+ Kxf6 Kf1 Ra8 a6 Rxa6 e5+ Kxe5 Ke2 Rxh6 Kd3 Ke6 Kc4 Kf7 Kb5 Ke7 Kc5 Re6 Kd5 Rd6+ Kc5 
 44	  0.00 	1.42G	0:55.05	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bf8 Rxf8 Kf1 Kg7 Kg2 Rcc8 Kf3 Rfd8 Ke3 Ra8 b3 Kf7 Ke2 h5 a4 Rd6 Rf1 Rdd8 Rb1 Re8 a5 bxa5 Ke3 Ke6 Kd4 Red8+ Ke3 
 43	  0.00 	1.03G	0:40.27	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc8 Qxc8 Rxc8 a3 Rxe4 Bf8 Rxf8 Kg2 g5 b3 Re6 a4 f5 a5 bxa5 Rxa5 Kg6 Ra7 h5 Ra6 Rxa6 Kf2 Rd8 Ke3 Kf7 Ke2 Rc8 Ke3 
 42	  0.00 	849.0M	0:33.17	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc8 Qxc8 Rxc8 Bg5 fxg5 h3 Rxe4 b4 Rxc3 Rf1+ Ke7 Rf4 gxf4 Kf1 Rxb4 Ke2 Rxh3 Kd2 Kf7 Kc1 Ke7 Kc2 Kf7 Kc1 
 41	  0.00 	774.3M	0:30.08	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc8 Qxc8 Rxc8 Kf2 Rxe4 Bf8 Rxf8 b4 Ke7 Kg3 Re6 Kf2 
 40	  0.00 	698.4M	0:27.14	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Bc4 Nxc4 Qxc4 Qc8 Qxc8 Rxc8 a3 Rxe4 Kf1 Re6 Bg7 Kxg7 Kf2 g5 Rb1 Kh6 Rd1 Kg6 Rb1 
 39	  0.00 	517.2M	0:20.34	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Bg7 Kxg7 e5 Nxb2 Rxf6 Rxf6 exf6+ Kxf6 Kg2 Rd8 Kh3 Ke7 Kg2 
 38	  0.00 	389.2M	0:15.44	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Kf2 Nxb2 Ke3 Rxc3+ Kd4 Nc4 Kxc3 Rc8 Kd4 Ne5 Rf5 gxf5 exf5 Rd8+ Ke4 Nc4 Kf4 Ne5 Ke3 
 37	  0.00 	256.0M	0:10.23	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 b4 Rd8 a4 Re6 h4 Rxe4 Bf4 Rd7 Bg3 Ke7 h5 gxh5 Kg2 Re6 Kg1 
 36	  0.00 	170.9M	0:06.87	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Kf2 Nxb2 Ke2 Rxc3 Kd2 Nc4+ Kxc3 Nd6 Kd4 Rd8 a4 Ke7 Re1 Nf7+ Kc4 Nxh6 Kb3 Re8 Kc4 
 35	  0.00 	134.4M	0:05.48	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Rd1 Nxb2 Rd8 Rxd8 Be3 Rxc3 Bxb6 Ke7 Bxd8+ Kxd8 Kf1 Rc8 Ke2 Rc2+ Ke3 Rxh2 Kf3 Ke7 Ke3 
 34	  0.00 	123.0M	0:05.03	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 b4 Rd8 Rd1 Rxd1+ Kf2 Re6 Ke2 Rxe4+ Kxd1 Ke7 Bg7 Kf7 Kc2 Kxg7 Kc1 Re1+ Kc2 
 33	  0.00 	92.7M  	0:03.83	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 b4 Rd8 Rf2 Kg8 Bf4 Re6 b5 Rxe4 Re2 Rxe2 Kf1 Rxa2 Bd6 Rxd6 Kg1 Kf7 Kf1 
 32	  0.00 	61.1M  	0:02.55	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Kf2 Nxb2 Be3 Rxc3 Bxb6 Kg7 e5 fxe5 Ba7 Rd8 Bb6 
 31	  0.00 	55.9M  	0:02.34	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 b3 Rd8 bxc4 Rxc4 Kh1 Rxc3 Bg5 
 30	  0.00 	34.1M  	0:01.44	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Bf4 Nxb2 Be5 Kg7 Bf4 
 29	  0.00 	26.0M  	0:01.11	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 b4 Rd8 Rf3 
 28	  0.00 	25.9M  	0:01.10	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Bg7 Kxg7 Re1 Nxb2 Kg2 Rxc3 Kf2 Nc4 Kg1 Rd8 Re2 Rdd3 Re1 
 27	  0.00 	18.1M  	0:00.76	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Rf5 gxf5 exf5 Nxb2 Bg7 Kxg7 Kf1 Rxc3 Ke1 Rd8 Kf1 
 26	  0.00 	13.0M  	0:00.55	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Rf2 Rd8 Rf1 
 25	  0.00 	11.0M  	0:00.47	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Be3 Nxe3 Re1 Rd8 Rf1 
 24	  0.00 	10.0M  	0:00.43	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Kf2 Nxb2 Kg2 Rxc3 Kg1 
 23	  0.00 	3.91M  	0:00.16	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Kh1 Nxb2 Kg2 
 22	  0.00 	1.98M  	0:00.08	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Rd1 Nxb2 Rd7+ Ke8 Ra7 
 21	  0.00 	1.88M  	0:00.08	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bc4+ Nxc4 Rd1 
 20	  0.00 	1.38M  	0:00.06	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bb5 
 19	  0.00 	1.02M  	0:00.04	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Bb5 
 18	  0.00 	894659	0:00.04	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rb1 Re6 Bb5 Rd8 Be3 Kg7 Bh6+ 
 17	  0.00 	813846	0:00.04	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rb1 
 16	  0.00 	773081	0:00.03	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rd1 Re6 
 15	  0.00 	591288	0:00.03	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rb1 
 14	  0.00 	502225	0:00.02	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Ra1 Ke7 Rf1 
 13	  0.00 	410615	0:00.02	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rf2 Rd8 Rf1 
 12	  0.00 	360126	0:00.02	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc6 Qxc6 Rxc6 Rf2 
 11	  0.00 	339075	0:00.02	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qe7 Qa8+ Qe8 Qd5 Kf7 Rf1 Qc8 Re1 
 10	+0.56 	148032	0:00.01	Qa3 Rxe6 Qxa7 Qd7 Qxd7 Nxd7 Bc4 Kf7 Rd1 Nc5 Bxe6+ Kxe6 
  8	+0.02!	31936  	0:00.00	Qd5! 
  7	 -0.21!	25392  	0:00.00	Qd5! 
  6	 -0.47!	21652  	0:00.00	Qd5! 
  5	 -1.16 	20582  	0:00.00	Qd5 Rxe6 Bb5 Qc8 Kh1 
  4	+0.77 	13875  	0:00.00	Qd5 Qe7 a3 a5 
  3	+0.11 	10428  	0:00.00	Qd5 Rxe6 Bb5 
  2	+0.96 	7205    	0:00.00	Qa3 a6 
  1	+6.42 	3020    	0:00.00	Qa3 
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