A Fischer Random Chess Win With White

This server-based Fischer Random correspondence chess game began in mid-June and ended two days ago when my opponent playing the Black pieces resigned on his 46th move, giving me the win with White. He was right to do so. It was only a matter of time before my army of Rook and four pawns whittled away his smaller army of Knight and two pawns and forced a checkmate.

The opening board we were assigned, our complete move record, and position of pieces at game’s end:


1.g4 Nd6 2.f4 Nc4 3.Nf3 f5 4.d3 Na3+ 5.bxa3 e5 6.Nxe5 Be6 7.Bd5 Qd6 8.Bxe6 dxe6 9.Nc4 Qd7 10.Nc3 g6 11.Kb2 c5 12.Rd1 Bxc3+ 13.Kxc3 b5 14.Nb2 Qg7+ 15.Kb3 c4+ 16.dxc4 bxc4+ 17.Nxc4 a5 18.Bd4 a4+ 19.Kc3 Rxc4+ 20.Kxc4 Qc7+ 21.Kd3 Ra6 22.Rab1+ Kc8 23.Rb4 Kd7 24.Qf2 Nc6 25.Rc4 Qd6 26.c3 Ra5 27.Kc2 Ke8 28.Bb6 Rd5 29.Rd3 Qxa3 30.Rxd5 Qxa2+ 31.Kd3 Qb1+ 32.Ke3 Qxb6+ 33.Kf3 Qb7 34.Rxa4 exd5 35.gxf5 gxf5 36.Qh4 d4 37.Qh5+ Qf7 38.Qxf7+ Kxf7 39.cxd4 h5 40.Rc4 Ne7 41.Rc7 Ke6 42.e3 Nd5 43.Rh7 Nf6 44.Rh6 Kf7 45.Rh8 Kg7 46.Rc8