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   GibGezr has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-06-08 M Feigin vs Flohr, 1937 (replies)
GibGezr: Took me about two minutes; there were just so many tries, but eventually I found the right moves.
   Apr-30-08 M Trosman vs S Salov, 1978 (replies)
GibGezr: Very easy; it helps that this was a puzzle, so my eye is immediately drawn to saccing the rook to open up the position.
   Apr-22-08 R Bertholee vs Polgar, 1990 (replies)
GibGezr: This wasn't hard for me to find: try pushing the pawn, see that it fails when the rook gets behind play to avoid that.
   Apr-12-08 O Foisor vs Smagin, 1991 (replies)
GibGezr: Yes, SoloGracia, I went down the EXACT same path as you. Thought I had a Saturday puzzle solved, darn it!
   Apr-11-08 J Arnason vs Nunn, 1990 (replies)
GibGezr: I thought Qh6 did the trick, but I missed the black resources of eventaully playing Qxc3 followed by Qxa1+, covering the g7 square after advancing the e totally destroyed my mating attack.
   Apr-07-08 Sasikiran vs Tseshkovsky, 2003
GibGezr: Even without the doubled F pawns the result is always going to be a draw.
   Apr-07-08 Korbut vs N Khurtsidze, 2005 (replies)
GibGezr: 18.Bxf5 deserves an exclamation mark.
   Apr-07-08 Albin vs O Bernstein, 1904 (replies)
GibGezr: Looked at Bxf2 and Qxf2, both of which are silly, and then immediately saw that the rook on d6 was the important piece to the puzzle. QxNf3 and it's all over.
   Apr-03-08 A Dueckstein vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
GibGezr: <YoungFischerSnapper: 4. Qxd4 An impatient Josh Waitzkin-esque move that costs White the game.> 4.Qxd4 is a fine, solid line against the Sicilian. Better than the Smith-Morra gambit or other odd anti-Sicilian lines, and they are still playable. Most people ...
   Apr-03-08 V Castaldi vs Szabados, 1948
GibGezr: Very interesting game; 5.Qd2 is a novelty, and given my understanding of the "normal" continuation 5.Bb5, should be fairly strong in it's own right. The Queen often ends up on d2 in these 4.Qxd4 lines anyway, so refuse to take that Sicilian knight and just move to d2 early. Hmm.
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