Jan Pieter wrote:
Yes I agree 100% with you. In a breakthrough context the move 33…11-16 is far better (it is really a winning move!) and will lead to a very interesting fight.
You're showing now 35. ... 11-16 instead of my suggestion 33. ... 11-16.
(maybe you were confused, because I wrote 33. ... 22-27 and 35. ... 27-31 instead of 33. ... 18-22 and 35. ... 22-27; sorry for that).
Ok. Anyway I hope you appreciated the analysis after 35.11-16
Position after 33...11-16
White to play
First of all we are too far from the db and Damy cannot give the result of such position.
Surely your proposal
is very interesting.
White has to take into account the threat 18-22 39-33 14-20 25x23 12-18 23x12 21-26 12x21 16x49.
The best way seems to play
and let me show you an interesting variant.
Black logical move is to gain tempi by playing
40...19-23 41.28x19 13x24
intending to follow with 14-20 and, unless white find a compensation, black with an advance of 6 tempi will easiliy win the game
In order to create some compensation one plan for white could be to try and fix the right black wing and to take the center by
42.37-31 15-20 43.25x14 9x20 44.31-27
black to play
hoping for 44...21-26 45.42-37 17-22 46.48-42 22x31 47.36x27 and white now white has enough compensaion to win the game.
but instead of that black can finish the game with a spectacular combination (whith seems quite easy for a international draughts GMI, even if it is his first game in breakthrough context!)
and now black keeps only one (!) man on the board to win the game by
45...26-31 46.37x26 24-30 47.34x14 18-22 48.27x7 3-9 49.14x21 16x49 B+