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   EIDorado has kibitzed 66 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-10-20 R Swinkels vs C Bauer, 2007 (replies)
EIDorado: patterns: checkmate on last rank and pin
   Feb-06-20 Seirawan vs J Nogueiras, 1987 (replies)
EIDorado: It helps if you know two pawns on 6th(3rd) line are stronger than a rook.
   Jan-30-20 M Gurevich vs G Andruet, 1988 (replies)
EIDorado: The motifs around the king are obvious. The order is important though.
   Jan-17-20 Adams vs Epishin, 1992 (replies)
EIDorado: Today was a trap. After 19. ... Rxf3 the engine gives +0.22. Instead it suggests the obvious 19. ... Nd4, with almost a pawn advantage for black.
   Dec-20-19 Panno vs Larsen, 1971 (replies)
EIDorado: Calculating up to the point where white takes on e6 is easy. The problem is to asses the resulting position, since the black king has a few options after the knight fork.
   Dec-17-19 Bronstein vs Shamkovich, 1961 (replies)
EIDorado: Scan the position and the only pattern left is checkmate on the last line.
   Dec-13-19 J Klinger vs W Arencibia Rodriguez, 1986 (replies)
EIDorado: h3 is kind of forced. Then you have to compute the resulting variations.
   Dec-11-19 Duras vs P P Saburov, 1906 (replies)
EIDorado: Simple.
   Dec-10-19 K Treybal vs J Engel, 1932 (replies)
EIDorado: A fork in two moves, Nh6-Qe3.
   Dec-09-19 W Napier vs Teichmann, 1904 (replies)
EIDorado: Black already has a wining position. Beside the obvious checkmate Qg2, we can win with: Ne2, Nh4, Qd3. So, in order to win white must give a check without losing a piece in the same move(Qf2 and Qh2 are losing).
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