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Re: Richter-Rauzer Position
Reply #3 - 11/18/07 at 00:24:33
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Erm ok. Then what should be played against Be2? I did not find any games in my database
  
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Re: Richter-Rauzer Position
Reply #2 - 11/17/07 at 11:08:06
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Maybee outdated program? Quick look with Rybka claims that white is 0.35+ and was even better a couple of moves ago and Fritz 10 claims that white is 0.34+
  
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Re: Richter-Rauzer Position
Reply #1 - 11/17/07 at 08:33:32
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Richter-Rauzer Position
11/17/07 at 08:00:58
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Well, looks can be deceiving but this position seems extremely bad for black in terms of development:

2r1kbnr/3b1pp1/p2pp2p/1p4P1/2qNPP1P/2N1B3/PPPQ4/2KR3R w k - 0 17

This is a Ritcher Rauzer with the following moves: 1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 d6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Nxd4 Nf6 5.Nc3 Nc6 6.Bg5 e6 7.Qd2 a6 8.0-0-0 h6 9.Be3 Bd7 10.f3 b5 11.g4 Ne5 12.h4 Qc7 13.Be2 Rc8 14.g5 Ng8 (Amazingly, although all the kingside black pieces are at home, the evaluation of fritz goes between 0.09 and -0.03) 15.f4 Nc4 16.Bxc4 Qxc4. The evaluation of this position goes to as high as -0.47!! Can someone explain this?

Can someone explain this? Comments appreciated

P.S. I can using Fritz 6 Light to analyse the positions.

Edit: hmm, how do I upload a board position?
  
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