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dev.html now includes four sample games.

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</header>
<div id="main" role="main">
<div id="walkerlopez_board"></div>
+ <p> &nbsp;</p>
<div id="pehnecMartz_board"></div>
+ <p> &nbsp;</p>
<div id="walker_coons_board"></div>
+ <p> &nbsp;</p>
<div id="blum_pos_board"></div>
</div>
<footer>
@@ -135,7 +138,6 @@
Rxh8 Ka6 63. Ra8 } Ka8 { -mate 6 58... Re6 59. Kb5 Re5 60. Ka6 Re8 61. h7 Kc8
62. Rc7 Kb8 63. h8=Q Rd8 64. Qxd8 } 59. h7 Rc8+ { 0.00 59... Rd8 } 60. Rc7 {
+mate 3 60. Kd6 Rc3 61. h8=Q Rc8 62. Qxc8 } Rxc7+ 61. bxc7 1-0
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</div>
<div class="pgn_source" id="pehnecMartz">
[Event "North Central Open"]
@@ -149,7 +151,7 @@
1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. cxd5 Nxd5 5. e4 Nxc3 6. bxc3 Bg7 7. Bc4 c5 8.
Ne2 Nc6 9. Be3 cxd4 10. cxd4 Qa5+ {The opening is completely analogous to Loft-Martz,
except that white has not moved f3 and black has not castled. This apparently small
-difference is sufficient to afford a appreciable strengthening of white's play. With
+difference is sufficient to afford a appreciable strengthening of white\'s play. With
11 Bd2! Qa3 12 Rb1 he can avoid the queen exchange and develop later threats of d5 and Bd2-b4.
Practice shows that black fails to achieve equality with this variation.}
11. Qd2 O-O 12. Rc1 {This rook maneuver loses a tempo compared with the immediate Rd1 as played
@@ -160,18 +162,18 @@
Bxc2 Nc4 21. Bg5 {White finds the best defense; he could not afford the breaking of his pawn structure
by ...Nxe3. The text seems to offer good chances to draw, but black has an important tactical
resource.} Bxd4 22. Bxe7 Ne3! {This interesting maneuver leads to a temporary tie-up of the white
-pawns on the king's side. As a result black will be the first to mobilize his pawn majority.}
+pawns on the king\'s side. As a result black will be the first to mobilize his pawn majority.}
23. Bd3 Ng4 24. Bh4 Ne5 25. Bc2 Be6 26. Bb3
b5 27. Bxe6 fxe6 {Black allows a slight weakness in his pawn structure, since white lacks the means to
exploit it. In addition, black wishes to create an entry for his king among the white king-side pawns.
The latter will be decisive if white is forced to use his own king on the opposite wing.}
28. Kf1 Kf7 29. Ke2 a5 30. f4! {White relies upon his own pawn majority to secure counter-chances.
He also increases the mobility of his stranded bishop.} Nc6 31. Be1 a4 32. Kd3 Bc5 33.
e5 {Although the advance of the king-side pawns is the right defensive plan, the text is a serious
-mistake. Black's reply gives him the necessary entry for his king, after which white will be unable
+mistake. Black\'s reply gives him the necessary entry for his king, after which white will be unable
to defend both wings.} g5 34. g3 Kg6 35. Ke4 {He cannot allow Kf5 but now black threatens the other
side.} Bb4 36. Bf2 gxf4 37. gxf4 Bd2 38. Ne2 Ba5 39. Nd4 {The exchange of knights leaves white with the
-weaker bishop, but there was no valid defense against the advance of black's pawns. White was by now
+weaker bishop, but there was no valid defense against the advance of black\'s pawns. White was by now
very short on time.}
Nxd4 40. Bxd4 b4 41. h3 b3 42. axb3 axb3 43. Bb2 Bd2! {White is in zugzwang! with 44 Kd3 Bf4 45 Kc4
Kf4 46 Kb3 Be5 47 Ba3 he could speculate upon being able to give up his bishop for the e-pawn and
@@ -198,7 +200,7 @@
Bxe5 12.Bf4 Bxf4 13.Rxf4 Nf5 14.Bxf5 Bxf5 15.Qd4 {+0.24} )
( 3.h4 h5 {+0.24} ) c5 4.f4 Nc6 5.Nf3 e6 6.f5 Nge7 7.fxe6 fxe6
8.O-O {-0.27} {-0.38} ( 8.d3 d5 9.Bb3 b5 10.exd5 exd5 11.O-O
-O-O {0.00} ) O-O 9.d3 h6 ( 9...d5 {Black's best counter in this line is always to strike out in the center with ...d5}
+O-O {0.00} ) O-O 9.d3 h6 ( 9...d5 {Black\'s best counter in this line is always to strike out in the center with ...d5}
) 10.Be3?? ( 10.Qe1 d5 11.Bb3 {+0.18} Nd4
( 11...b6 12.Ne2 ) 12.Nxd4 Bxd4+ 13.Kh1 Kh7 14.exd5 Bxc3 15.bxc3
exd5 16.Bd2 Nf5 17.Qf2 b5 18.Qxc5 Bb7 19.Rae1 Rc8 20.Qxb5 Bc6
@@ -207,21 +209,21 @@
) ( 10.Bb3 b6 11.Qe1 g5 12.Ne2 Ba6 13.Ng3 Qe8 14.Rb1 Qg6 15.Bd2
Rf7 16.Qe2 Raf8 17.Bc3 g4 18.Nd2 Nd4 19.Qe3 Bb5 20.Rxf7 Rxf7
21.Ne2 Qg5 {0-1, Kosanovic G.(2437) - Jakab A.(2308), Budapest 2001 It (cat.7)}
-) Nd4 {-0.08} ( 10...d5 11.exd5 exd5 {%02'with the idea' ...d4} {-1.86}
+) Nd4 {-0.08} ( 10...d5 11.exd5 exd5 {%02\'with the idea\' ...d4} {-1.86}
) 11.Qd2 {-1.26} Kh7 {-0.14} ( 11...d5 {-1.56} 12.exd5 exd5 13.Bb3
( 13.Nxd4 Rxf1+ {-0.90} ) Nxb3 14.axb3 d4 {And White loses.} )
12.Rae1 {-1.86} ( 12.Bb3 d5 13.exd5 exd5 14.Bxd4 {-0.38} ) a6 {0.00}
( 12...d5 13.exd5 exd5 14.Bxd4 cxd4 {-1.90} ) 13.Nd1 d5 14.Bb3 {-0.92}
( 14.Bxd4 cxd4 15.Bb3 ) Nxb3 15.axb3 {-1.10} dxe4 {-0.36}
( 15...d4 ) 16.dxe4 {-0.32} Qxd2 {+0.40} ( 16...b6 17.b4 cxb4
18.Qxd8 Rxd8 {-0.60} ) 17.Nxd2 b6 18.Nc4 Bb7 {??} {This loses badly.} {+1.18}
-( 18...Rb8 19.Rxf8 Bxf8 20.Rf1 Kg8 {+0.58} 21.Bf4 Rb7 {White's advantage is minimal}
+( 18...Rb8 19.Rxf8 Bxf8 20.Rf1 Kg8 {+0.58} 21.Bf4 Rb7 {White\'s advantage is minimal}
) 19.Nxb6 Rxf1+ 20.Rxf1 Rf8 {This just accelerates the loss.}
21.Rxf8 Bxf8 22.Nd7 Bg7 23.Nxc5 Bc8 24.c3 Be5 25.Nf2 h5 26.Nfd3
Bc7 27.Kf2 e5 28.Bg5 Nc6 29.b4 Kg7 30.Ne1 Bb6 31.Ke2 Bxc5 32.bxc5
Kf7 {?!} ( 32...a5 {This at least makes it harder to consolidate the Q-side.}
-) 33.b4 Ke6 34.Nd3 Kd7 {?} {This enable sWhite to tie up Black's entire army (almost)}
-35.Bf6 Ke6 36.Bh8 ( 36.Bg7 {%02'better is'} ) Bd7 37.Bg7 Be8
+) 33.b4 Ke6 34.Nd3 Kd7 {?} {This enable sWhite to tie up Black\'s entire army (almost)}
+35.Bf6 Ke6 36.Bh8 ( 36.Bg7 {%02\'better is\'} ) Bd7 37.Bg7 Be8
38.h4 Bd7 39.Kd2 Be8 40.c4 Bd7 41.Kc3 {The K will support the advance of the pawns.}
Be8 42.b5 axb5 43.cxb5 1-0
</div>
@@ -247,6 +249,12 @@
var board = new Array();
board[0] = new Board("blum_pos");
board[0].init();
+ board[1] = new Board("walkerlopez");
+ board[1].init();
+ board[2] = new Board("pehnecMartz");
+ board[2].init();
+ board[3] = new Board("walker_coons");
+ board[3].init();
</script>
</body>

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