Game 1942619 Daniel vs Frode Hex, Havannah

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Game 1942619 Daniel vs Frode
  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-21

    Interesting game !

    Daniel I am wondering what you would have played if Frode had played 25 hs rather than e5?

    Bill

        

  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-21

    I mean 25 i3

    game;id:1942619;move:25


  • psikonauta at 2018-05-21

    #1942619 Daniel Sepczuk vs. Frode Lillevold
    Move: 25
    > A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 E 5 F 6 G 7 H 8 I 9 J 10 K 11 L 12 M 13



  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-21

    I mean 24 i3

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-22

    You mean 24.h3 I think. Then: this

  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-23

    #1942619 Daniel Sepczuk vs. Frode Lillevold
    Move: 24
    > A 1 B 2 C 3 D 4 E 5 F 6 G 7 H 8 I 9 J 10 K 11 L 12 M 13

    Daniel, so then 43.f8,g4,f4 will force play to the bottom of the board? (where you will win)


  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-23

    I mean 30.f7 d8 d6

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-23

    Sorry, i don’t understand what you mean, really.

  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-23

    Sorry, I meant after your 29.c6, it seems 30.f731d832d7 forces a ladder to the bottom but which you break and then win. 

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-24

    It seems like this is winning position for white. Maybe 23.g5 was mistake and I should play 25.c7?

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-24

    Ooops, it wasn’t winning position for white this. That’s why I lost games sometimes – I just forgave how I planned to move

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-24

    Forget ,obviously.

  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-25

    How about after 29.c7 30.d4 31b5 32c6 33b8 34a7 35 c5 36d6 37e5 38f7 39d7 40d8 41c9 42d11

  • Daniel Sepczuk at 2018-05-25

    Ok, winning position for white, i give up :)

  • Bill LeBoeuf at 2018-05-25

    Yes, but you are the best :)


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