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DWINS
Member since Sep-25-03 · Last seen Oct-11-21
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   DWINS has kibitzed 427 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-27-21 R Byrne vs Spassky, 1974 (replies)
 
DWINS: I had Stockfish 13 analyze black's 27th move and 27...Rd8 (-4.86), 27...Nf3+ (-4.59), and Spassky's choice 27...Ba5 (-4.25) are all completely winning.
 
   Jan-30-21 Fischer vs Spassky, 1972
 
DWINS: I just checked <offramp's> "winning" line with Stockfish 12 and it's flawed. 48...Nf3 49.Nxf3 gxf3 50.b3?? is an error. After the correct 50.b4! the position remains a draw.
 
   Jan-12-20 Panno vs Diez del Corral, 1973
 
DWINS: This is an interesting game in which the Argentinian grandmaster Oscar Panno resuscitated a line of the Queen's Gambit that goes back to Stahlberg vs Capablanca, 1936 . The position is identical at Black's eleventh move with that of Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 except that there the moves
 
   Oct-09-19 Smyslov - Botvinnik World Championship Rematch (1958) (replies)
 
DWINS: <King.Arthur.Brazil:> Holy wall of words, Batman! Paragraphs are your friend. Use them!
 
   Jul-13-19 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
 
DWINS: <Howard: A mystery for me regarding this game is exactly where was the point of no return for Petrosian ? In other words, when was the game lost for good ?> This is a difficult question to answer. Robert Byrne says, "Black's only chance to hold this game is 20...Rxe1+ 21.Rxe1 ...
 
   Mar-12-19 D C Cadelago vs S Decuadro, 2009 (replies)
 
DWINS: <ajk68>, I was wondering the same thing! Perhaps one star is reserved for mates in one but this is as easy as it gets.
 
   Oct-29-18 Tartakower vs C H Alexander, 1936 (replies)
 
DWINS: 54.Bd2 appears to be a mistake. Stockfish 9 finds the win with 54.Bb7 Bxb5+ 55.Kxb5 Kxb7 56.c6+ Kb8 57.Ka6 h5 58.Bxa7+ Kc8 59.Kb5 Kd8 60.Kc4 Ke8 61.Kd5 Ke7 62.Bc5+ Kf7 63.Bd6! Bd8 (if 63...cxd6 54.c7) 64.Be5 h4 65.Kc5 Kf8 and Black can't protect both his c and g pawns.
 
   Oct-21-18 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
 
DWINS: <Sally Simpson, Howard>, Gligoric says, "... Black may hope for some counterplay as compensation for the lost pawn." My favorite book of the match is "Both Sides of the Chessboard" by Robert Byrne and Ivo Nei and they say referring to 13.Bxf6, "This move should have won the ...
 
   Jul-23-18 Rubinstein vs Spielmann, 1912 (replies)
 
DWINS: Thanks to modern computers we now can update our understanding of this fantastic game. Mieses analysis of White's 26th move is flawed. He claims that 26.Bxe4 loses but it actually draws according to Fire 7.1 and double checked by Stockfish 9. His recommendation of the inferior 26.Rf3 ...
 
   Jul-19-18 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
 
DWINS: <Howard: what do ya think of 29...Rd2.> Stockfish 9 doesn't think much of it as it leads to equality after: 30.Qf3 Kh7 31.Rg4 b5 32.Rg3 Rd5 33.Qg4 Qg5 34.Qxg5 hxg5 35.Rxg5 a5 36.Rh5+ Kg8 37.Rg5+ (-0.08) For what it's worth, Stockfish 9 considers 29...Kh7, the move Petrosian ...
 
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