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SketchQuark
Member since May-19-11 · Last seen Oct-30-15
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   SketchQuark has kibitzed 40 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-27-14 T Espig vs L Zinn, 1973 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: He could have either been hoping his opponent would play Qa6, missing the win after Rxa4. Or he might have wanted more time to think over the other line.
 
   Apr-09-14 Kieseritzky vs J Schulten, 1853 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: 16. Kh1 seems like it side steps the danger and allows white to watch a counterattack, unless there is a continuation I'm missing.
 
   Feb-05-14 E Steiner vs Przepiorka, 1924 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: So basically, black needs to get out of the discovered check or move the queen: - If he moves the queen someplace safe then the rook just gets taken. - If he moves the rook anywhere but f7, then the discovered check WILL get the queen. - If Rf7 to blunt the check, then white has
 
   Dec-18-13 P Carlsson vs Potkin, 2001
 
SketchQuark: It was probably 16..Re6 instead of Re5. Re6 also makes more sense since Re5 outright allows Bf4 with tempo.
 
   Oct-01-13 Najdorf vs Julio Bolbochan, 1941 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: If 22.. Qxa2, then I think 23. f4 looks like a pain to have to deal with.
 
   Jan-22-13 I Sokolov vs Van Wely, 2013 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: If 40. Nf2 then white is toast after Qg6.
 
   Dec-20-12 Mamedyarov vs Aronian, 2012
 
SketchQuark: He probably was thinking his bishop was still on e6.
 
   Nov-26-12 A Haugen vs P Vesely, 2002 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: He probably meant to play Nb5 but his mouse slipped or something.
 
   Dec-05-11 N Paikidze vs Y Afek, 2011 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: I'm sure she that joke never gets old to her. (btw she apparently has an account and posts here.)
 
   Dec-02-11 J Zawadzka vs L Schut, 2010 (replies)
 
SketchQuark: Meh, my line is slightly less efficient than the game continuation, but still mating according to computer analysis. Though perhaps its worth noting that my line doesnt really require the dark-squared bishop, should this pattern arise with one less piece.
 
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