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Knighthawkmiller
Member since Oct-18-13 · Last seen Oct-25-21
Central NY based, B player, play OTB and CC chess

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   Knighthawkmiller has kibitzed 71 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-21 V Chikovani vs N Studer, 2012
 
Knighthawkmiller: Maybe a problem (or two) with the game record. Missed forced mate at end of game: 1) mate-in-4 (13 ply) 45...Qa2+ 46.Rb2 Qxb2+ 47.Qd2 Qxd2+ 48.Kg1 Qg2#
 
   Oct-05-21 C Peptan vs A M Botsari, 1994
 
Knighthawkmiller: 1) +9.32 (25 ply) 39.Bxb5 Qd8 40.Bc4 Qxb6 41.Bxb6 Kf8 42.Bc7 Nh5 43.b5 Nf6 44.b6 Ne4+ 45.Ke3 Nc5 46.Kd4 Nb7 ...apparently white lost on time.
 
   Sep-30-21 D Freeman vs K McDonald, 2011 (replies)
 
Knighthawkmiller: 40.h5 simplifies white's win with 41. h6 for any black 40th move. Dynamic game.
 
   Aug-10-21 H Szymaniak vs J Claus, 2005
 
Knighthawkmiller: 7.Bxf7+ appears to win a pawn.
 
   Jul-12-21 Mingyu Wang vs Arni Thoroddsen, 2015 (replies)
 
Knighthawkmiller: 34... Qxe6 seals the deal. This is a game between 1600 rated players ... at the Reykjavik Open (2015). Oh! to be able to play there!
 
   Apr-10-21 Vachier-Lagrave vs Nepomniachtchi, 2013 (replies)
 
Knighthawkmiller: 21.g5 wins the equivalent of a piece for white. Blitz games often miss these chess realities.
 
   Mar-05-21 M Basman vs Wilman, 1989
 
Knighthawkmiller: Basman's The Killer Grob notes the game was from the "Hatfield Quickplay" tournament, 1989. Hatfield is a town and civil parish in Hertfordshire, England, in the borough of Welwyn Hatfield.
 
   Feb-28-21 Bronstein vs Kotov, 1950
 
Knighthawkmiller: 14... Qg2 makes sense. +0.40 (20 ply) 15.cxd5 exd5 16.Qd4 Qg6 17.Bxa6 bxa6 18.Qc5 Bf5 19.Re1+ Be4 20.Nd2 Kd7 21.f3 Qd6 22.Qxd6+
 
   Feb-10-21 G Kacheishvili vs Carlsen, 2001 (replies)
 
Knighthawkmiller: Interesting ending in that if black advances the R pawn 63...h3 and white takes the pawn with check 64.Rxf+ is a draw. (but 64.Rg8+ wins). =0.00 64...Kg2 65.Rf2+ Kg3 66.Rf5 Kg2 67.Rg5+ Kf1 68.Rh5 Kg2 69.Ke2 h2 70.Kd1 h1=Q+ 71.Rxh1 Kxh1
 
   Feb-07-21 N Gerard vs V Colin, 2012
 
Knighthawkmiller: An excellent forced piece sacrifice that forces mate in 2.
 
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