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BxChess
Member since Jan-03-13 · Last seen Jan-27-23
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   BxChess has kibitzed 218 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-25-23 Cory Riegelhaupt vs A Fishbein, 2011 (replies)
 
BxChess: I went with 20...Rd8, and was relieved to see that <Mel Gibson's> SF analysis also prefers it.
 
   Jan-23-23 M Warmerdam vs J Pechac, 2023 (replies)
 
BxChess: An entertaining game and a clever pun. A triple, as Teyss notes.
 
   Jan-15-23 Giri vs D Gukesh, 2023 (replies)
 
BxChess: On move 13 Giri accepts the isolated queen pawn, and then proceeds to make the most of the semi-open e file by pressuring the pawn on e6 with his rooks and c4 bishop. He places his queen on c2 to xray h7. Against this kingside pressure black plays 17...Kh8, but its not enough. White
 
   Jan-09-23 O Sarapu vs Z Frankel, 1962 (replies)
 
BxChess: White gets an even better position if they refuse the queen sacrifice in the non-game line: 29. Qxh5 Qh2+ 30. Kf1 Provided the king remains on the white squares, black can only keep giving checks by giving up extra pieces, including eventually a queen swap.
 
   Dec-11-22 Capablanca vs A Hodges, 1916
 
BxChess: <beugi19> your first line is not mate as 41...Kxf7. And if 42 kd7+, then 42...Ke6 and white has nothing but to retreat the rook to the first rank to give it up for the queened pawn to be down the exchange. White has to play 41. Rd1, give up the rook for the queened pawn, and
 
   Nov-25-22 Milov vs I Gaponenko, 2003 (replies)
 
BxChess: If the bishop sacrifice is accepted 18...hxg6, then 19. Nf4 eyeing 20. Ne6 to trap the queen. Hence Black must play 19... Bxg5 to provide an escape for the queen. But then white has 20. Nxg6+ Kg7 21. Qf7+ Kh6 22. Nf5+ Kh5 23. Ne5#
 
   Nov-20-22 Ivanchuk vs L Bruzon Batista, 2005 (replies)
 
BxChess: I tossed up between 29....Rac6 and 29...Qxe1. I should have realised that the latter was `the' puzzle solution as many puzzles appear to result from a search of the database for piece sacrifices.
 
   Nov-17-22 Naiditsch vs T Sanikidze, 2010 (replies)
 
BxChess: <jes47:> In your line 21 Nxd6+ Bxd6 22 Rxe5, 21...Bxe5 gives Black a big advantage
 
   Nov-16-22 Taimanov vs A Model, 1945 (replies)
 
BxChess: I went with 19. Bg5. If 19...Qxg5, 20. Qf7+ Kd8 21. Be6 is a forced mate.
 
   Nov-14-22 S Wagman vs Z Beil, 1974
 
BxChess: The c d and e pawns remind me of the line `Up jumped the troopers, 1, 2, 3'. And perhaps the pawn on e7 at the end is the' jolly jumpbuck hidden in the tuckerbag'.
 
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