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Resignation Trap
Member since Oct-25-03 · Last seen May-01-22
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   Resignation Trap has kibitzed 3517 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-23-22 Panno vs W Martz, 1976
Resignation Trap: Position after 63. Qf3: [ [DIAGRAM] ] I believe that Black can draw with 63...Qxf3+ 64. exf3 Kf7. Any feedback?
   Apr-16-22 H Borochow vs D Ruth, 1958
Resignation Trap: White's combination starting with 11. Bxh7+ is spectacular but unsound. Instead of 14...gxh6?, 14...Qe8! would have refuted it. Despite this slip, Black is still OK until 18...a6? 18...Rg8 would be much better.
   Mar-24-22 R M McKay vs Korchnoi, 1974
Resignation Trap: I suspect that 42...h5 was actually played, not 42...h6.
   Mar-21-22 Lengyel vs I Nei, 1964
Resignation Trap: 19...Nd4? allows White to exchange advantageously. Instead 19...c4 was still okay for Black.
   Mar-21-22 C Zuidema vs I Nei, 1964 (replies)
Resignation Trap: Typical Marshall. Instead of the usual 18. a4, White tried the easygoing 18. Bxd5. In the final position, White probably intended 30. Bf2, but it fails to 30...Re3!! 31. Bxe3 Qxg3+ 32. Kh1 Re6 and mates soon.
   Mar-21-22 I Nei vs T van Scheltinga, 1964
Resignation Trap: Black was doing okay until 61...Kd5?, which allowed White's King to penetrate. 61...h6! should draw.
   Feb-03-22 R Ortega vs Furman, 1967 (replies)
Resignation Trap: Karpov's trainer was doing just fine against his Cuban opponent....but then he played the horrible move 36...Qxc4??
   Oct-29-20 Swiercz vs A Liang, 2020 (replies)
Resignation Trap: 13. Bxe4? is an embarrassing blunder which loses a piece.
   Oct-16-20 Bronstein vs Kholmov, 1957
Resignation Trap: Had Bronstein won this last-round game, he would have tied for first with Tal. Kholmov's defense was excellent.
   Sep-13-20 V Okhotnik vs Kholmov, 1980 (replies)
Resignation Trap: 29...b6?? is a blunder which loses major material. 29...b5 is fine.
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