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   ajile has kibitzed 11577 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-06-21 L Engels vs K Richter, 1935 (replies)
ajile: <Captain Hindsight:> Better would have been < 22... Rxd5 23. Rxd5 Bb7 24. Rde5 Bxf3 25. gxf3 Qb7> Yes this was my first thought also. Black should give back some material. The knights are very dangerous in these types of positions.
   Sep-30-21 D Freeman vs K McDonald, 2011 (replies)
ajile: <thegoodanarchist: Never heard of the Hopton Attack before. But I think Dr. Seuss played the Hopton Pop Attack> It's pretty dangerous and often used by stronger players to attack weaker opponents. If you are a Dutch player this and the Korchnoi h3-g4 attacks need to be ...
   Sep-20-21 Stahlberg vs Petrov, 1938 (replies)
ajile: White to play after 26.g4 fxg4 27.hxg4 h5 [DIAGRAM] White can't avoid a pawn check on g4. And if White moves the knight it's mate in one.
   Sep-08-21 A Panic vs R Lovric, 2008 (replies)
ajile: <al wazir: 55. Rf4+ Ke1 56. Qxg1# wins outright.> Where is the fun of this? Isn't the point of chess to make your opponent suffer as long as possible and be humiliated beyond repair?
   Aug-29-21 V S Gujrathi vs Carlsen, 2021
ajile: Cool. Carlsen plays the Leningrad Dutch! 7..a5 is an interesting sideline to the more common 7..c6 (Warsaw Line) :o)
   Aug-18-21 T Thiel vs S Lagrotteria, 1989 (replies)
ajile: Cool game. 52..Qg4+ trading the queens off is a trivial win for Black.
   Aug-15-21 Chigorin vs Marshall, 1905
ajile: I made a mistake on my earlier post on the From Gambit. The correct line goes: It's 1.f4 e5 2.fxe5 d6 3.exd6 Bxd6 The dangers for White are outlined here: I studied this line a long time ago and came up with a plan for White involving c3, d4, ...
   Aug-15-21 Y Zhou vs N Carr, 2013 (replies)
ajile: I like the way White calmly protected and consolidated his position before the final attack.
   Aug-13-21 Spielmann vs R Wahle, 1926 (replies)
ajile: Generally not a great idea for Black to play ..g6 this early when behind in development and when he can't quickly defend his K-side dark squares with ..Bg7.
   Jul-17-21 Petrov vs R Grau, 1939 (replies)
ajile: <Phony Benoni: The mobile White queen then zooms back to the other side, and the Nxb7 combination goes on as scheduled.> The White setup with advanced pawns and locked position is well known. Black must also always watch for the threat of Nxc6 releasing the advanced pawns. Thus ...
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