[Retros] Messigny-Retros: "Ready-Made"
kevinjbegley at gmail.com
Fri May 24 18:34:28 EDT 2013
It would be interesting if a program could sift through a large game
database, and find the longest unique game.
I imagine the Trompowsky Attack might offer good prospects.
e.g., 1.d4 Nf6 2.Bg5 Ne4 3.Bh4 g5 4.f3 gxh4 5.fxe4
After that, the options, for continuing in unique fashion, rapidly narrow.
Has anybody played 5...h3 ?
On Fri, May 24, 2013 at 12:29 PM, Mark Thornton <
Mark.Thornton at papwortheverard.co.uk> wrote:
> I fear that it is too much to hope for, as it is very hard to see how the
> White moves 1.e4 2.Sf3 3.d4 could be made to have a unique move order.
> Best wishes
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Noam Elkies" <elkies at math.harvard.edu>
> To: <retros at janko.at>
> Sent: Friday, May 24, 2013 3:07 PM
> Subject: Re: [Retros] Messigny-Retros: "Ready-Made"
> Bernd Graefrath <retromode at web.de> writes:
> in the comments to problem no. 5, it is explained that
>> Mark was looking for a master game with an opening which
>> would constitute a unique proof game. [...]
>> A related idea can be found on the same page: With the motto
>> "Accelerated Dragon", I presented a unique proof game which leads to
>> a standard opening position which, however, is reached in a different
>> way, under Koeko: [...]
> Ah -- I was hoping that "accelerated" hinted that a position
> (in the Dragon but possibly not the Accelerated Dragon) that is
> usually reached in N moves has a proof game in fewer than N !
> Is that too much to hope for?...
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