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   SneechLatke has kibitzed 205 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-09-07 B Adler vs G Andruet, 1982
SneechLatke: 10.Bxf6? Qxf6 A)11.Bxe4 Qxc3+ 12.Ke2 (12.Qd2?? Qxa1+) Qxc4+ B)11.Be2 Qxc3+ 12.Kf1 black is up a pawn, white has a weak center and cannot castle so completing development will be difficult
   Sep-28-06 Kramnik - Topalov World Championship Match (2006) (replies)
SneechLatke: <blingince> What on Earth do you mean by misquoting me? I find your post extremely offensive, and outright ridiculous; not only would I never say something so terribly offensive towards any of the participants in this match, but I have not spoken to you online in at least ...
   Jul-28-06 T Lopang vs J Gilbert, 2006 (replies)
SneechLatke: Wow. Out of left field is right!
   Jun-26-06 Pillsbury vs Steinitz, 1898 (replies)
SneechLatke: 23...Nxf4?? 24.Bxg7+ Kg8 (24...Bxg7 25.Qxg7#) 25.Nf6#
   Jun-24-06 Schlechter vs W John, 1905 (replies)
SneechLatke: See this link: Sunil Weeramantry . Hikaru Nakamura's stepfather and a strong master himself.
   Jun-20-06 V Gonsiorovsky vs Alekhine, 1918 (replies)
SneechLatke: Sorry about that <Aware>! My statement is in concurrance with yours, though the timing makes it look like I contradict you. My apologies; I was disagreeing with <jackmandoo> and not yourself.
   Jun-14-06 M Michna vs A Zhigalko, 2005 (replies)
SneechLatke: I'm sure you're right that white's logic was that she wanted to stay within theory, like you say, rather than take the 3 tempi... I just think it's flawed logic.
   Jun-11-06 V Rajlich vs T Fogarasi, 2001
SneechLatke: 34.Nxe5!! (in conjunction with 35.Rh8+!) is an excellent tactic which simplifies the position to a winning endgame for white, as it relieves the pressure black was putting on white's position and leaves white with a powerful passed b-pawn. In order to stop this pawn black must ...
   Jun-11-06 F Vallejo Pons vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
SneechLatke: <notyetagm> Yes, I overlooked 33...Nxe4, although I think you'll find that white is not forced to play 34.Rxg6?!, when, as you point out, he gets at best equal play. Instead, 34.Qxe5! looks like a good response. After (A) 34...Qxf6 35.Qxf6 Nxf6 36.Nd6 the black rook is ...
   Jun-04-06 E Zemgalis vs B H Wood, 1949
SneechLatke: 35. Ne5! is a neat tactical shot from Zemgalis. White threatens 36.Qf7+ and 37.Qxf6, and black's only way to parry these threats without losing a lot of material is with 35...Qe8(the knight cannot be taken because after 35...fe5?? 36.Qg5+ picks up the rook on d8). After ...
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