Wroclaw game 04

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Red player: paszczak
Blue player: icob
Date: 2005-05-08

1. l12 i8
2. f9 e4
3. c4

abcdefghijklm1234567891011121354231
3. ... e8
4. h6 g7
5. h7 g8
6. h8 g10
7. g9

abcdefghijklm1234567891011121323415687
7. ... e11
8. d10 c12
9. c10 b12

abcdefghijklm1234567891011121342153
10. h9 h10
11. i9 i10
12. k9 j9

abcdefghijklm12345678910111213136524
13. l7 j11
14. l10 k8
15. l8 k7
16. l6 k6
17. l5 k4

abcdefghijklm1234567891011121310987614532
18. k5 i5
19. l2 m3
20. j6 h4
21. h5 i4

abcdefghijklm1234567891011121334687215
22. e5 d3
23. c3 d5

abcdefghijklm123456789101112133241
24. f4 g5
25. f6 e6
26. f5 f2
27. h2

abcdefghijklm123456789101112136715243

Blue resigns.

Explanation of the final situation

As it may not be obvious how Red is connected, let's assume Blue plays some further moves. The first plan is to cut the f4 group from the top.


abcdefghijklm12345678910111213534216

Since c3 is connected to the top via Template IIIa, there's nothing more to do here. The next weak point is g6.


abcdefghijklm12345678910111213651432

One last try in the lower right corner:


abcdefghijklm12345678910111213562143

Now Red is connected via simple two-chains, and that's what Blue saw when he resigned.