This was the position after White's 53rd move, Kd2-e2. The Scottish player (Black) has an extra pawn, the winning process certainly is not obvious, especially against the pressure of the clock.
Pannwitz, the Under 14 European Boys Champion, outplayed his promising younger opponent until now, but ultimately failed in the difficult technical phase. Juniors typically are weaker (due to lack of experience) in the endgame phase and this is another case in point.
The young Chinese-Irish player Li also deserves credit for seeing the chance to achieve a positional draw.
(1) Li,Henri (IRL) - Pannwitz,Kia (SCO) [B23]
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