Increditble Stalemate!Hi guys, lately i have been really into cool stalemates (not the ones most of us suffer from - stalemating someone with 2 queens or smth, but actual games between good players). I tried to find some that occurred at a high level (or nearly occurred, since GMs don't play till the bitter end, but the stalemate was central to the game's end.). Do you have any amazing examples? I found this game between 2 masters, and the player behind manages to get a stalemate with nearly 20 pieces still on the board!! I made a vid on it if you want an explanation, otherwise google Troitsky Vogt 1896. Can you send me some other goodies?? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkBw83twZTQ (For advanced players, my channel won't be that interesting, it is only 2m old and focussed mainly on beginners, but hope you like the position in the linked video - appreciate if you sub me ofc). Edit: sorry for the accidental typo in title, hope you guys will think it's a pun on "reddit"...
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