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[lang_nl]Karsten M?ɬºller over de 1e matchpartij Kramnik-Deep Fritz[/lang_nl][lang_en]Karsten M?ɬºller on the 1st match game Kramnik-Deep Fritz[/lang_en]

[lang_nl]Tijdens de kerstviering van onze club HSK vroeg ik de bekende eindspelexpert en grootmeester Karsten M?ɬºller of hij ge?ɬØnteresseerd was om af en toe & spontaan bij te dragen aan het interessante project Doggers-schaak (waarover hij had gelezen in een van de Duitse tijdschriften!). M?ɬºller is de auteur van Fundamental Chess Endings en Secrets of Pawn Endings (allebei samen met Frank Lamprecht). Hieronder zijn eerste bijdrage: hoe Kramnik had kunnen winnen van Deep Fritz in hun eerste matchpartij.[/lang_nl][lang_en]During the Christmas celebration in our chessclub HSK I asked the well-known endgame expert & grandmaster Karsten M?ɬºller whether he would be interested to occasionally & spontaneously contribute to the interesting project Doggers-schaak (about which he had read in one of the German chess magazines!). M?ɬºller is the author of Fundamental Chess Endings and Secrets of Pawn Endings (both together with Frank Lamprecht). Below you find his first contribution: how Kramnik could have beaten Deep Fritz in their first match game.[/lang_en]

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(Deze analyse verscheen deels eerder op Chesscafe.)[/lang_nl][lang_en]

(The analysis was partly published earlier at Chesscafe.)[/lang_en]

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rapanui's picture

Karsten, Mig has recently analysed the position as well (with some help of Kasparov!) and they conclude that after your mainline 43.a4 (though Mig doesn't mention your analysis!), Black can draw with the interesting move 43...h5!? (Instead of Feist's 43...Bd8).
See http://www.chessninja.com/dailydirt/2007/01/dfvk_game_1_revisited.htm#more
for the details...
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