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   JTV has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-16-17 Rapport vs D Anton Guijarro, 2016 (replies)
JTV: 28...Nb6 was an excellent move in setting up a poisoned knight. However, after 29.Rf1, black makes a very lousy move, 29...Nxd7 and white fails to sack the queen. A very poorly played game from both sides...
   Jul-13-17 P Carlsson vs J Campos Moreno, 2006 (replies)
JTV: In the following Position: [DIAGRAM] 18...fxg6 would have been the move for maintaining equality. 18... hxg6 opened a back door for white to pressure black with a mating pattern. 19.Bh6 is the best way to start the onslaught. Blacks best defense would have been either Bh8 or Nh5 for a ...
   Jun-23-17 Mamedyarov vs Van Wely, 2016 (replies)
JTV: Black missed a golden opportunity on move 17...Ng4! Applying tremendous pressure on the f2 pawn which can't take the bishop on e3 without losing the queen. The game could have gone like 17...Ng4 18. Qe1 Bxf2+ 19. Rxf2 Nxf2 20. Qxf2 Qxb5 and black would have been up a minor piece...
   Jun-22-17 A Adly vs I Vovk, 2007 (replies)
JTV: After 35...Kg7, it's mate in six...
   Jun-14-17 J Corzo vs M Golmayo De La Torriente, 1896 (replies)
JTV: After 21...Kxf7, it's mate in six for white. 22.Re7+ Nxe7 23.Qxg7+ Ke6 24.Qxe7+ Kxf5 25.Rd5+ Kg6 26.Rg5+ Kh6 27.Qg7#
   May-12-17 V Asadli vs Sindarov, 2015 (replies)
JTV: After 28.fxg3, black can mate in 5 moves and he missed it by playing 28...Bxc1? instead of Rf1+
   Mar-17-17 H Stefansson vs Carlsen, 2007 (replies)
JTV: Beautiful Execution By GM Magnus Carlson! After 25...Rd4, the bishop is poison for the queen...
   Mar-11-17 N Mohota vs S Swaminathan, 2011 (replies)
JTV: I think Blacks best move. in order to prolong the agony, would have been 15...cxb5. I have never seen anyone blocking the e pawn from development, in this case 9...Qe6, and win the game...
   Mar-03-17 I Cheparinov vs Navara, 2007 (replies)
JTV: I think the queen sacrifice was a great move, but black blundered with 29...Rxg2. Needed to play 29...Rxd2 instead, forcing white to play 30.Re1 to stop the Knight from wreacking havoc...
   May-31-16 B Hammar vs E Jonsson, 2014 (replies)
JTV: I stared at this enigma for the longest time wondering what move to make for black. I was at a complete loss as to what advantage black had. So I went to the game and was even more surprised to see 28...Rf1+ 29. Qxf1 Ng3+ 30. Kh2 31. Nxf1 Rxf1 32. Qb8+? and white resigns? ??? I found ...
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