[Retros] one man PGs
Nicolas.Dupont at univ-lille1.fr
Wed May 25 11:30:25 EDT 2016
> 1. Pd2-d4 Pb7-b6 2. Fc1-d2 Pb6-b5 3. Fd2-a5 Pb5-b4
> 4. Cb1-d2 Pb4-b3 5. Ta1-b1 Pb3xa2 6. Pb2-b4 Pa2-a1=C
> 7. Pb4-b5 Ca1-b3 8. Pb5-b6 Cb3-c5 9. Pb6-b7 Cc5-e4
> 10. Pb7xa8=F Ce4-f6 11. Fa8-d5 Cf6-g4 12. Fd5-a2 Cg4xh2
> 13. Pd4-d5 Ch2-g4 14. Th1-h4 Cg4-e3 15. Th4-d4 Ce3xd1
> 16. Pf2-f4 Cd1-f2 17. Pg2-g4 Cf2-h3 18. Ff1-g2 Ch3xg1
> 19. Fg2-e4 Cg1-f3 20. Re1-f2 Cf3-e5 21. Fe4-g6 Ce5-c4
> 22. Pf4-f5 Cc4-b6 23. Rf2-e3 Cb6-a8
This is indeed a new improvement, thanks Roberto.
> 24.Rb6 does not improve the record, since this is 23 "one man" moves by
> black (its is C+ anyway after 24.Rb6).
It depends whether the record to establish is the max of moves from
the thematic side, or the max length of the game. I prefer the second
option, as it asks for some more imagination to be able to add a last
half-move from the non-thematic side.
Suppose there is a new improvement in 23.0 with, say, one more
homebased piece but impossibility to add a last half-move. In that
case I would think the record still belongs to the 23.5 game, don't you?
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