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Lovuschka
Member since Mar-11-08
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   Lovuschka has kibitzed 146 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-12-21 Richard Kujoth
 
Lovuschka: Harold van der Heijden found that I overlooked the disqualification, which was based on the cook. He wrote: <Bor was disqualified in Chess Life & Review no. 5, May 1975 (!).>
 
   Jul-19-21 Mads Andersen vs Salinas Herrera, 2021 (replies)
 
Lovuschka: <An Englishman> As Geoigios Souleidis points out on his Youtube channel "The Big Greek" (in German), 19.Qxe4! dxe4 20.Rxd7 Qe5 21.Rxb7 Bxc3 22.Nxc3 Rxc3 23.Bxc3 Qxc3 24.Rxd1 leads to an endgame where White is a small material disadvantage but has very active pieces.
 
   May-26-21 G Jones vs Dominguez Perez, 2021
 
Lovuschka: Nepomniachtchi vs Anand, 2019 It was not even two years, but Jones forgot in his 125th move to "do the Anand move". Of course, endgame studies with that motif are common. I would need to have a look, but it was either Troitzky or Rinck who did something similar a century ago.
 
   May-26-21 Nepomniachtchi vs Anand, 2019
 
Lovuschka: Yes, yes. What happens after hours of play... and this went around the world. A world where Gawain Jones forgot. His 125th move lost, but he could have won after a horrible blunder by Dominguez. G Jones vs L Dominguez, 2021
 
   Mar-16-21 J van Foreest vs N Grandelius, 2021 (replies)
 
Lovuschka: 37.-Rd1+ 38.Ka2 Q:b3+ 39.c:b3 a:b3 mate would have been nice, obviously 38.-a:b3+ also would work. Thanks to Wolfgang Pieper (Osnabrück) for the hint.
 
   May-29-20 Luis Paulo Supi
 
Lovuschka: Supi - Magnus Carlsen, 26 May 2020, online blitz game. 1. e4 d5 2. exd5 Qxd5 3. Nf3 Bg4 4. Be2 Nc6 5. Nc3 Qd7 6. h3 Bxf3 7. Bxf3 O-O-O 8. O-O Nd4 [DIAGRAM] 9. a4 Kb8 10. Nb5 Nxf3+ 11. Qxf3 a6 12. c4 e5 13. d4 exd4 14. Bf4 axb5 15. axb5 Bd6 16. Ra2 Qf5 17. Rfa1 Kc8 [DIAGRAM] ...
 
   Feb-25-20 Pachman vs Flohr, 1948
 
Lovuschka: Of course, as was pointed out quickly, Pachman missed the easy draw 58.e8N!
 
   Jan-18-20 Ladislav Vetesnik
 
Lovuschka: Actual spelling: Ladislav Vetešník (source: Ilja Mikan: "Galerie Československých Skladatelú", issue 11, Prague 1974)
 
   Jan-18-20 Bohus Prikryl
 
Lovuschka: Bohuš Přikryl was born in Křižanov, according to Ing. Ilja Mikan in issue 11 of his "Galerie Československých Skladatelú".
 
   Sep-23-19 Albert Hild
 
Lovuschka: I will press X to doubt that Albert Hild is still alive. Some background info in German is available online at the Schachbund page (see sources below). According to this, Hild was a teacher from Ohrdruf (the name is funny if you understand German), he - not mentioned there, but in
 
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