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   Cryptic has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-13-06 Ngoc Truongson Nguyen vs H Fidaeyee, 2005 (replies)
Cryptic: Hi Al wazir. regarding the <29. Nf4 Qe8 30. Ng6+>, do you mean something like 30... Kxh7 31. Nxe7+ Kh8 (not many options really) 32. Nxc6 Perhaps blacks follow up of <Qe8> is not so good, how is 29. Qg4 or 29. Rxf4 ? <20...Bxh4> is a mystery to me too.
   May-25-06 E Jimenez Zerquera vs Keene, 1974 (replies)
Cryptic: <itz2000> perhaps; but annotations by rated players are always insightful. Notes from the actual players are even better. Thanks Ray! _
   Mar-15-06 Averbakh vs V Osnos, 1965 (replies)
Cryptic: <RandomVisitor: 19.Nf6+ Nxf6 20.Bf3 also wins> This is the line I saw too. I am surprised no one has commented for or against !?
   Mar-12-06 Ljubojevic vs J H Donner, 1973 (replies)
Cryptic: Interesting game: <a few thoughts> Move: 11. Black Knights are repelled to the sidelines 19. White rooks take both centre files 23. White lifts rook to the 7th rank 24. Puzzle of the day - 12/03/2006 25. Is a puzzle too (easier though)
   Feb-02-06 Rohde vs Seirawan, 1988 (replies)
Cryptic: Seems odd black can not save either Knight on move 31. I guess thats what makes the sac starting <25. Bxf7+> so profound !?
   Jan-31-06 Golod vs J Kick, 2003 (replies)
Cryptic: Thanks <de schaar> I was so engrossed I honestly overlooked that! :)
   Dec-14-05 J Cukierman vs A Voisin, 1928 (replies)
Cryptic: <Deefstes> Thinking the same thing, 8.Qb6 does not appear to achieve much other than waste early tempi. <cuendillar> The "lure" is not worth exchanging Queens for. The pressure on d5 will hold. Agreed 8...Be7 is better; it delelops the dark-bishop.
   Oct-06-05 Bronstein vs B Ratner, 1945 (replies)
Cryptic: <Ger7ry> <Fezzik> similar to your lines, how can Black stop 24. Rh6? <24 Rh6> with the idea of later Rdh1, then on to harass the Black King (and Queen)
   Sep-28-05 Bronstein vs A Medina Garcia, 1955 (replies)
Cryptic: Greetings (my first post) Great site! Sneaky, agreed 24...Nxd6 does not help. Ha! It would be the eighth time that piece moved! I guess Black has learnt his leason...!?
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