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Member since Oct-18-13 · Last seen Mar-31-23
Central NY based, B player, play OTB and CC chess Full Member

   Knighthawkmiller has kibitzed 131 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-20-23 S Sloan vs S McLoren, 2009
Knighthawkmiller: As played: +3.35 (21 ply) 21.Rc4 Nb6 22.Rc5 Qc7 23.Ne4 a4 24.Rxc6 Qa7 25.Bd1 Bxb2 Improvement: +4.31 (24 ply) 21.Ra4 Nxc3 22.Bxc3 Rb5 23.Bxg7 Kxg7 24.d4 Qb7 25.Rac4 Qb8
   Mar-20-23 S Sloan vs M Maga, 1989
Knighthawkmiller: As played: -2.18 (26 ply) 20...Rg8 21.Kg3 Nc8 22.Nf3 Ncb6 23.Ne5 Rg7 24.Bd6 O-O-O Alternate: -1.71 (28 ply) 20.Bxe7 Kxe7 21.f5 Kd6 22.fxg6 fxg6 23.Kg3 Rae8 24.Ng2 Rhf8
   Mar-20-23 S Sloan vs Luis Flaquer, 2018
Knighthawkmiller: +5.00 (25 ply) 31.Nd2 Rh8 32.Re1 Kb7 33.c4 Rh7 34.cxd5 Qxd5+ (alternate to game) As played: +3.15 (24 ply) 31...Nxf6 32.gxf6 g5 33.hxg5 Rxg5 34.Nd2 Rg6 35.Qe7 Nd6
   Mar-20-23 S Ostojic vs M Mihajlovic, 2008 (replies)
Knighthawkmiller: =0.00 (32 ply) 74.Kd6 Qa3+ 75.Kd7 Qa4+ 76.Kc7 Qa5+ 77.Kd7
   Mar-17-23 N White vs P Lalic, 2023
Knighthawkmiller: +0.47 (26 ply) 10.d5 Nd4 11.Bxd4 exd4 12.Nxd4 Qf4 13.N4f3 Bb4 14.O-O Rhe8 white can maintain the initiative. Alternative capture at e5: -0.88 (26 ply) 10.dxe5 Ne4 11.h3 Bxf3 12.Bxf3 Nxc3 13.Bg4 Nxd1 14.Bxf5+ Kb8 15.Rxd1 Nxe5 16.f4 Nc6 17.Nf3 Bd6
   Feb-23-23 N Miezis vs T Bromann, 2003
Knighthawkmiller: 36.Qc5 leads to equal chances. = 0.0 36...Qxd3 37.Qxc6 Qe4 38.Qc5 Rd8 39.Qc3 Qe8 40.Qf6 Rd1 41.Ra2 Rb1 42.Rc2 Re1 43.Ra2 Re2+ by move 44.Kf3 white fails to address the threats of the advancing pawns and black promotes.
   Feb-20-23 Kolisch vs Anderssen, 1861
Knighthawkmiller: 22 Rxd6+ appears to be an error as already mentioned. 22.Bxd6 resukts in mated-in-3 (16 ply) 22...Qxh2+ 23.Bxh2+ Bd2 24.Rxd2+ Bd5 25.Rxd5#
   Feb-18-23 K Bashinsky vs R Berdichesky, 1990 (replies)
Knighthawkmiller: +1.25 (26 ply) 25...f6 26.Qd4 Qe2 27.h3 Qf3 28.Kh2 Qe2 29.Qd5+ Kh8 30.Kg1 Qe7 31.Rd7 Rfd8 32.Rxe7 Rxd5 white has a small advantage. Time to resign?
   Feb-06-23 Tal vs Csom, 1984
Knighthawkmiller: -10.87 (22 ply) 26.Kf1 Bxf2 27.Qd2 Ndf6 28.Re2 Bxh4 29.Qb4+ Kd8 The threat, if the king does not move to f1 is black takes the knight and white is soon lost by loss of material or mated.
   Jan-26-23 I Krush vs J Becerra Rivero, 2000 (replies)
Knighthawkmiller: +0.42 (24 ply) 38.Qc7 Qxe2+ 39.Kc1 Qxe3+ 40.Kb1 Qe1+ 41.Qc1 Qg3 42.Qc5 Bg6 43.Ka2 e3 44.Rd1 Qf3 45.Re1 e2 ... 38.Qc7 seems obvious from the sidelines. More likely a draw with this move. 38. b7 ? (we all make these types of moves at one time or another).
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