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Honey Blend
Member since Jun-22-14 · Last seen Dec-05-21
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   Honey Blend has kibitzed 151 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-21 V Makogonov vs Flohr, 1942 (replies)
Honey Blend: Maybe 40. ... ♖g6 would have held longer, but it's not like e5 will be easy to defend. White would then play 41. ♗b4 threatening ♗a5 to laser-point d8 or even just the straightforward ♕d8+.
   Nov-18-21 A Zatonskih vs G Kacheishvili, 2011 (replies)
Honey Blend: 29. ... ♖xe3 30. fxe3 ♕f2+ 31. ♔h1 ♘e1 looks really sneaky: [DIAGRAM] White's ♗ needs to keep an eye on g2. If 32. ♖xe1 ♗xf1 with mate to follow. If 32. ♕xb5 ♕f3+ 33. ♔g1 ♕xe3+ 34. ♔h2 ♗e5+ and ...
   Oct-16-21 D Rombaldoni vs Iturrizaga Bonelli, 2008 (replies)
Honey Blend: The defense 25. ... h5 looks tough to crack, and 26. f5! wins, and it took me some time to understand how it wins. This lies in the reasoning of why 26. ♖xh5 gxh5 27. ♕xh5 threatening Qh8# does not work. [DIAGRAM] Black can simply play 27. ... ♕h7, parrying all
   Oct-02-21 Fedorov vs K Asrian, 1997 (replies)
Honey Blend: Accept the knight sacrifice 20...♔xe6 21. ♗h3+ g4 22. ♗xg4+ ♘xg4 23. ♕xg4+ ♔f7 24. O-O+ ♔e8 25. ♖ad1 ♕e7 26. ♗g5 and the Black king and queen are trapped in the crossfire of five attacking pieces. [DIAGRAM] Looks dead ...
   Sep-28-21 Oll vs J M Hodgson, 1993 (replies)
Honey Blend: Too bad Oll fell for the trick 23. ♕xh5 ♗a4, winning back the exchange. The simple 23. ♕e2 offering to trade Queens should have been sufficient.
   Sep-23-21 J I Zilber vs Suetin, 1957 (replies)
Honey Blend: 12. ... ♘c6 is tagged as an exchange sac, but if I'm not mistaken it wins the exchange. Am I missing something?
   Sep-23-21 Averbakh vs C Purdy, 1960 (replies)
Honey Blend: <"You Know The Rules, And So Do I"> <rookrolled>
   Sep-22-21 J Krzyszton vs Julius Nielsen, 1972 (replies)
Honey Blend: Black could have defended better by not accepting ♗g5 and play the simple 14. ... 0-0 instead. Another chance was 16. ... ♘f4 trying to defend his ♗e6. If 17. g3 to drive the knight away, 17. ... ♕c4 attacks the Queen and defends the bishop at the same ...
   Sep-20-21 E Schiller vs T Redman, 1975 (replies)
Honey Blend: At first I was thinking of 38. ♕e2 threatening ♕xc4# and if 38. ... ♖b4 39. ♕b2 followed by ♕b5#. [DIAGRAM] Only good way to stop it is 39. ... ♘b6 and now 40. ♕xb6+ ♕xb6 41. ♖b6# concludes. Quite the anti-Monday puzzle ...
   Sep-18-21 E Kristinardottir vs T Parveen, 2008
Honey Blend: The trick shot 36. ♘d8?! looks to be worth the try. If 36. ... ♖xd8 37. ♕xe6+ ♔g7 38. c6 ♖c7 39. ♖a1 should hold out a bit longer. [DIAGRAM] Of course 39. ... ♖a8 has to be played here, not 39. ... ♖a7? 40. c7 ♖xc7 41. ...
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