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javelin 64 ( +1 | -1 )
Why did white resign? I was studying some scottish openings when I saw this one ... (I put the whole PGN file here so you can copy paste it).

[Event "ECC"]
[Site "Halkidiki GRE"]
[Date "2002-09-24"]
[EventDate "2002.09.22"]
[Round "3"]
[Result "0-1"]
[White "P Bergstrom"]
[Black "G Timoshenko"]
[ECO "C45"]
[WhiteElo "2306"]
[BlackElo "2528"]
[PlyCount "110"]
[EventDate "2002.09.22"]

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 exd4 4. Nxd4 Bc5 5. Nxc6 Qf6 6. Qd2 dxc6 7. Qf4
Qd6 8. Bc4 Be6 9. Bb3 Ne7 10. Nc3 Ng6 11. Qxd6 cxd6 12. O-O O-O-O 13. Bd2
b5 14. Rfe1 Rhe8 15. Be3 Bxe3 16. Rxe3 a5 17. f3 Kc7 18. Rd3 Ne5 19. Rd2 g5
20. Bxe6 fxe6 21. b3 Rf8 22. Rf2 Kb6 23. Ne2 Ng6 24. a4 b4 25. Rd1 e5 26.
Ng3 d5 27. Rfd2 d4 28. Nf5 Nh4 29. Nxh4 gxh4 30. Rf1 c5 31. g3 Rg8 32. Kg2
Rdf8 33. Kh3 hxg3 34. hxg3 Rf6 35. f4 c4 36. bxc4 Kc5 37. Rd3 Kxc4 38. Rfd1
exf4 39. Rxd4+ Kc3 40. R4d3+ Kb2 41. R1d2 Rh6+ 42. Kg2 Rxg3+ 43. Rxg3 fxg3
44. Kxg3 Kc3 45. Re2 Kd4 46. Kf4 Rf6+ 47. Kg3 Ke5 48. Rh2 Kxe4 49. Rh4+ Ke3
50. Rxh7 Rg6+ 51. Kh4 Kd2 52. Rc7 Rg1 53. Rc5 Ra1 54. Rxa5 Kxc2 55. Rc5+
Kd3 0-1
brunetti 22 ( +1 | -1 )
Because Black's pawn will queen assisted by its own King, while White's is firmly controlled by Black's Rook. White's King is too far from the action, and this will cost it the Rook, and the game.

Alex
brobishkin 22 ( +1 | -1 )
Brunetti... An excellent explanation... Couldnt have stated it better... What scares me though is that someone with a rating of 1700 couldn't see this... Maybe he just wanted to see if someone else knew...

Bro...
javelin 9 ( +1 | -1 )
Oops mistake I thought I had gone to the end of the game, but was infact only at move 46. ... Kd6. Erhm, it was very late ... :)
javelin 4 ( +1 | -1 )
... Aargh, it was 45. ... Kd4, I think I'll go have me a big cup of coffee now ;)
javelin 61 ( +1 | -1 )
LOL look at what Fritz thought ... It appears that Fritz has an extra piece! Labelled X. So that is why the program plays so good, it always has an extra piece X ... LOL :) Here's the actual analysis ...


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P Bergstrom - G Timoshenko
8/7p/7r/p2kP3/Pp4K1/8/2P1R3/8 b - - 0 1

Analysis by Fritz 7:

48.Xxg4!
(-1.06) Diepte: 10/20 00:00:00 133kN
48.Xxg4 Xxe5 49.Rh2 Xc6 50.Rxh7 Xxc2 51.Re7+ Xd4 52.Xe5+ Xd5
(-1.00) Diepte: 10/20 00:00:00 192kN
48.Xxg4--
(-1.28) Diepte: 11/22 00:00:00 250kN
48.Xxg4 Xxe5 49.Rh2 Xe4 50.Rxh7 Xg6 51.Xh5 Xc6 52.Re7+ Xf3 53.Rb7 Xe3 54.Xg5
(-1.31) Diepte: 11/22 00:00:00 343kN
48.Xg3!
(-1.28) Diepte: 11/22 00:00:01 432kN
48.Xg3!
(-1.00) Diepte: 12/22 00:00:01 641kN
48.Xg3 Xxe5 49.Rh2 Xe4 50.Rxh7 Xg6 51.Xf2 Xc6 52.Re7+ Xd4 53.Re2+ Xc3 54.Xe1+ Xxh6 55.Rd2
(-1.03) Diepte: 13/25 00:00:03 1273kN
48.Xg3 Xxe5 49.Rh2 Xe4 50.Rxh7 Xg6 51.Xf2 Xc6 52.Re7+ Xd4 53.Re2+ Xc3 54.Xe1+ Xxh6 55.Xf1+
(-1.15) Diepte: 14/26 00:00:05 2484kN
48.Xg3--
-+ (-1.43) Diepte: 15/29 00:00:08 4538kN
48.Xg3
-+ (-1.43) Diepte: 15/29 00:00:09 5143kN
48.Xg3
-+ (-1.43) Diepte: 15/29 00:00:11 6315kN

(-, - 15.10.2002)
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javelin 9 ( +1 | -1 )
Xxg4! BRILLIANT! The move that binds them all ... why didn't I think of that? :P
jbmac 2 ( +1 | -1 )
ik kenn niet.
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gutschi 1 ( +1 | -1 )
Didn't you see.. God, are you weak... :)))))