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   5hrsolver has kibitzed 807 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-04-22 Wesley So (replies)
5hrsolver: Congratulations Wesley on winning the FIDE Grand Prix 2022 Leg 3 FINAL TIEBREAKS (Berlin).
   Jun-18-21 S Bouaziz vs Miles, 1979 (replies)
5hrsolver: At first glance it seems like blacks position is hopeless.
   May-20-21 P Girinath vs Ganguly, 2000 (replies)
5hrsolver: <mel gibson: Did anyone actually see it or not? I might have seen it if it was a Saturday or Sunday puzzle as I would have looked for longer.> Yes I actually saw it but not before trying out all the usual suspects like 24...Nxg2, 24...h3, 24...Bh3, 24...Nh3, even 24...Ne2. ...
   May-16-21 B Socko vs Krasenkow, 2000 (replies)
5hrsolver: <drollere: i looked at Rg1 too. but after 35. Ra1 Qf3+, 36. Kd2 Qxf2+ 37. Rf2 then what?> 35. Raa1 would allow Rb2+ 32...Rg6+ 33. Kf1 Qh1+ 34. Ke2 Rg1 35. Raa1 Rb2+ 36. Nc2 Rxc2+ 37. Ke3 Qf3+ 38. Kd4 Qd3#
   May-05-21 S Busygin vs R Burnett, 2014 (replies)
5hrsolver: Had the same lines as <1g1yy> I will just add 27...Rxe2+ 28. Kxe2 Rd2+ 29. Ke3 Qxe5 winning the queen.
   Apr-15-21 Van Wely vs Golubev, 1999 (replies)
5hrsolver: 36. Kg2 Rf6 37. h5 Re5 38. hxg6+ Rxg6 39. Rxf7 followed by 40. Bd3
   Jan-21-21 Shimanov vs A Vovk, 2011 (replies)
5hrsolver: <Jimfromprovidence: 5hrsolver posted a pertinent comment about 45…Kh4 as I was proofing mine.> I guess I beat you to it. lol. In that line also after 47. Rf4+ if black plays instead 47...Kxg5 then 48. Qf6+ Kh6 49. Rh4#
   Jan-08-21 A Sherzer vs H Olafsson, 1991
5hrsolver: Did not get it. I got too focused on 18.Nxf7 although I briefly considered 18.Bh5.
   Dec-30-20 A Kovchan vs A Moiseenko, 2002 (replies)
5hrsolver: <goodevans> After 51.Bb3 In your second line black can draw by perpetual check 51... Qg3+ 52. Rxg3 hxg3+ 53. Kg2 Rh2+ 54. Kxg3 R2h3+ 55. Kg4 R3h4+ White can’t play 56. Kf5 Because of 56...Rf4+ 57. Kxe5 Re8+ and white has to give up the queen. Although black still has to ...
   Dec-26-20 Z Zhang vs Y Tong, 1998 (replies)
5hrsolver: There is a nice sequence after 35.Ne3 35...Nhg6 36. Nxg4 Rh8 37. Ne3+ Kf4 38. Qf7+ Qxf7 39. Rg4#
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