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Autoreparaturwerkbau
Member since Jun-23-04 · Last seen Oct-21-21
My chess experience is gained mainly from playing over the internet. I was born and live in the best country on planet Earth: tiny but proud Slovenia (Central Europe). I am married to beautiful and charming Colombiana and we are expecting our first daughter. On internet i usually have chess rating between 1900 and 2000. I recommend chessgames.com to everyone who wants to learn the secrets of grandmasters' moves. Great site!
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   Autoreparaturwerkbau has kibitzed 2286 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-21-21 S Chang vs G Curi, 2018
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Losing move was 18...Nf6? which self-removes crucial defender of f6-square. Move like 18...Ke7 was much better. [DIAGRAM] Adding to that black commited another error in already losing position with 20...cxb5? that sealed his fate, because it either leaves white with ...
 
   Sep-28-21 H Olafsson vs S Agdestein, 1987 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: I gave idea for puzzle more than 14 years ago, but completely forgot about it and rather embarrasingly missed it today, wanting 25...Qh3 to work, which draws at best. No cake for me today. :)
 
   Sep-03-21 S Conquest vs P Bauer, 1986 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <<mel gibson> Stockfish 14 says: 23.♗h6 +6.15 depth 37> It is actually interesting how a little bit longer SF14 search starts favoring 23.♗e5 instead of 23.♗h6 At depth 39 SF14 says: <+7.0> 23.♗e5 ♔h8 24.♘f5 ...
 
   Sep-02-21 Bacrot vs Bareev, 2010 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: As <Brenin> said.
 
   Aug-26-21 Janowski vs Rubinstein, 1908 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Opening the diagonal with 42.d5 [DIAGRAM] is the key to white's advantage in ending, but it is far from straight-forward as after more-or-less <FORCED line> 42...♖g7 43.♗xf6 ♕xf6 44.♖xf6 ♖xg4+ 45.♔f2 h5 we get to [DIAGRAM]
 
   Aug-19-21 K Dorre vs R Fleuriot, 1972
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: After only 4 moves there was completely new game. White was ahead early on due to unusual black's gambit but then white made several mistakes: 9.b3 - better was c4 (+1,7), a3 or h3 12.♗b2 - better was ♘d3 (+3,7) or ♘xg4 13.♘xg4 - better was ...
 
   Jul-15-21 S Garcia Martinez vs Pomar Salamanca, 1975 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: I went for the right line up to 24th move, but i never even considered 25.♘h7+! ... what a stunner! So, only half a point for me today.
 
   May-27-21 F Lee vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1907 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <al wazir> 28.♕h6? throws away the win because of defensive-attacking move 28...g6 [DIAGRAM] Now white's overwhelming attack is subdued and black's defense can fully regroup. The best way to continue attack is to enter with bishop 28.♗f6, since ...
 
   May-26-21 E L Stuart vs A Dyce, 1994
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 9...? Black to move [DIAGRAM] Of <37 POSSIBLE moves> Dyce opted for almost the worst theoretically possible: 9...♗d7??
 
   May-12-21 B Annakov vs O Sepp, 1994 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: What a swindle! <53...Qxa3??> [DIAGRAM] was a lemon, since it instantaneously converts large lead (like -8,0) to lost game (like +15,0 or so) – white has now time for crucial pawn push 54.h6 threatening mate. Almost any other move would be better ...
 
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