With the look of things, it is crystal clear that someone is winning while the other is losing; the one million dollar question is "how did they get here?"

This is how the game commenced, where white played 1. f3 and immediately followed with 2. c3 then the drama got deeper as follows:
1. f3 e5 2. c3 d5 3. Kf2 Nf6 4. d4 exd4 5. cxd4 c5 6. e3 Nc6 7. Bb5 Bd6 8. Ne2 o-o 9. Nd2 Qb6 

At this point, white player had nothing to do than to fulful the mission of the bishop at b5 square which means eliminating the black queen's knight: 10. Bxc6 cxd4 11. exd4 bxc6 12 Qc2 Ba6 13. Nb3 Rae8 14. Re1 Rxe2+ 15. Kxe2 Re8+ 16. Kf2 

From the image above, it is certain that the next thing black will do is capture pawn on h2 square (surely a free pawn it is) but... lets just keep enjoying the funny game:
Bxh2 17. Bd2 Qb5 18. Re1 Rxe1 19. Bxe1 

Thinking the knight will move to the h5 square but it didn't, who knew what would have happen if it did (maybe Nh5 20. g4 Nf4 21. Nc5) okay I can't quite figure out how the knight move will favor the black player. Let head back to the game sequence:
Bd6 20. Nc5 Bxc5 21. dxc5 Nd7 22. b4 a5 23. a4 Qc4 24. Qxc4 dxc4 25. b5 Nxc5 26. bxc6 Ne6 27. Bxa5

At this point, white has regained its lost pawn and seems at advantage. I am sure that a professional reading this post will have seen the black's flaws; be that as it may, the game shamefully continued thus: Kf8 28. c7 Nxc7 29. Bxc7 Ke7 30. a5 Kd7 31. Be5 g5 32. g4 Kc6 33. Ke3 Kb5 34. Bc7 Kc6 35. Bd8 Kb5 36. f4 h6 37. Kd4 Ka6 38. Kxc4 Ka7 39. Kd5 Ka6 40. Ke5 Kb5 41. Kf6 Ka6 42. Kxf7 Kb5... Nothing in the rest of the game deserved further posting. What do you think about this game? Don't forget that Cunning Chess Game 2 is coming up next_ wait for it.

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