23-18 switcher line

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23-18 switcher line

Postby schoolboyy on Wed Nov 30, 2005 1:40 pm

[Event "Pratice"]
[Date ""]
[Black "Schoolboyy"]
[White "Richard"]
[Result "1-0"]
1. 11-15 21-17 2. 9-13 25-21 3. 8-11 23-18 4. 4-8 26-23 5. 15-19 23x16 6. 11x20 24-19 7.
5-9 29-25 8. 1-5 {Away from Masster play} 30-26 9. 8-11 19-15 10. 10x19 27-24 11. 20x27
31x8 12. 12-16 8-4 13. 16-19 4-8 14. 3x12 32-27 15. 7-10 17-14 16. 10x17 21x14 17. 2-7
25-21 18. 7-11 27-24 19. 11-15 18x11 20. 9x25 24x15 21. 6-9 26-22 Red Win
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Re: 23-18 switcher line

Postby Ingo_Zachos on Wed Nov 30, 2005 3:02 pm

Yes, I think 8. 1-5 is away from published play.
But white is okay here, if he or she doesn't play 12.-8-4 to get an immobile king, which also loses valuabe time.

I think 3 moves with two basic ideas lead to equality:
A) 12. ... 32-27, 13. 3x12 17-14, 14. 7-11 (if 14. 6-10 28-24=) 26-23, 15. 2-7 18-15!(clearing maters), 16. 11x18 22x15, 17. 9x18 23x14, 18. 16-19 25-22, 19.6-9 22-18, 20.19-23 15-10 with equality.

B) 12. ... 28-24, 13. 3x12 17-14, 14. 6-10 (14.7-11 26-12, 15. 11-15 only draws) 32-27, 15. 10x17 21x14, 16. 2-6 24-20! (not 16. ...18-15?, 17. 9x18 24-20, 18.7-10 20x11, 19. 10x19 22x15, 20. 13-17 21-25, 21. 6-9 21x14, 22. 9x18 Red Wins), 17. 16-19 18-15(now is the time!), 18. 9x18 15-11, 19. 7x16 20x11 with equality.

C) 12. ... 17-14, 13.3 x12 and now 13. ... 32-27 same as A), and 13. ... 28-24 same as B)
But as we see , White is clser to a slip then red, so 8. 1-5 is a strong move, although not a winning move.

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