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   Stelling has kibitzed 39 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-12 Vescovi vs L'Ami, 2006
 
Stelling: Actually on move 49 Vescovi also had a problem like drawing opportunity: 49. Qh6+ Kg8 50. Kh4! Qxg4+ 51. Kxg4 hxg2 52. Qg5+ Kf8 53. Kf5! Bxd5 54. Qd8+ Re8 55. Qxd5 g1=Q 56. Qxf7+! and white is stalemated.
 
   Feb-04-10 Aseev vs D de Vreugt, 2001 (replies)
 
Stelling: nuwanda said: "not stalemating the black king and pushing the g-pawn after f5, but forcing the promotion of d-pawn, using a classical triangle-maneuver 75.Kc4 Kc8 76.Kd4 Kd8 77.Kc5 Kc8 78.Kc6 Kd8 79.d7" Actually there is no triangulation available, after 77. Kc5 blacks plays 77. ...
 
   Aug-26-08 Anand vs P Thipsay, 1987 (replies)
 
Stelling: SuperPatzer77: <TheaN> Bravo!!! You're absolutely right about 64. Qc2+! only move for White's win. Actually no, 64. Qb7+ or 64. Qb8+ do the trick and even win faster than 64. Qc2+. When the black king goes to c1 white checks on the c file (getting closer to the king) and if ...
 
   Jul-23-08 R Filguth vs A De La Garza Madero, 1980 (replies)
 
Stelling: The finishing would made a great Monday or even Tuesday puzzle!
 
   Jun-14-08 Illescas Cordoba vs Deep Blue, 1995 (replies)
 
Stelling: <ToTheDeath> It is a long lapse between your question and my reply but as far as I know Deep Blue didn't resign. It lost on time.
 
   May-09-08 Ljubojevic vs Tringov, 1982 (replies)
 
Stelling: 39. Bg8! the nice variation comes after 39. ... Q:g8 40. Qc7+ Ke8 41. Qc8+ Kf7 42. Qd7+ Kf8 43. Q:d6+ Ke8 44. Qb8+ Kf7 45. Qc7+ Ke8 46. Qc8+ Kf7 47. Qd7+ Kf8 48. d6 Qf7 49. Qc8+ Qe8 50. d7 There may be a shorter solution though.
 
   May-07-08 Morphy vs Napoleao dos Santos, 1859 (replies)
 
Stelling: <Blumster> That's correct, that was an "odds" game played during one of Morphy's exhibition games in New York. Napoleon (Arthur NapoleĆ£o) was 16 when this game was played.
 
   May-05-08 Sokolsky vs Krupski, 1960 (replies)
 
Stelling: Too bad 11. R:c8! arrived before Krupski had time to play Nf8!!
 
   Apr-30-08 M Trosman vs S Salov, 1978 (replies)
 
Stelling: <zooter> After 35. ... Bh3+ 36. K:h3 f1=Q+ 37. R:f1 R:f1 38. B:e2 black material advantage is not as big as if you play Bh3+ AFTER white captures on f1 with the a1 rook. In the game continuation 37. B:e2 would leave white with a rook down instead of just an exchange.
 
   Apr-09-08 Karpov vs Piskunov, 1962 (replies)
 
Stelling: @ <al wazir>: after 38...Kh8 39. Ne5 Qc8 white can play 40. Nf7+ Kg8 (40. ... Kg7? 41. Nd6+ grabs the queen immediately) 40. Nd6 followed by Re8. The problematic line is 38. ... Kh8 39. Ne5 Qb8 instead.
 
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