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   Oct-20-21 Kosten vs Chandler, 1991 (replies)
ajk68: 30. Rec1?? Wow. I have to assume this was a miscalculation or desperation hoping for a complication. Trying to keep the castled position somewhat solid was the natural move. It may not have been enough, but it was much better than the text move.
   Oct-19-21 A Caoili vs Uhlmann, 2010
ajk68: <Honza Cervenka: Time? White is better but the position is by far not hopeless for black.> Black has to play accurately. Maybe he did not see Ka4. The computer seems to think other lines are decisive.
   Oct-18-21 J L Watson vs S Cronick, 1966 (replies)
ajk68: <gawain: Easy even for a Monday. An attractive swallow's tail mate.> Agreed. I had to double-check I wasn't missing some subtlety.
   Oct-15-21 Morozevich vs Leko, 2012 (replies)
ajk68: <stacase: Has there ever been a more obvious first move for a Friday puzzle than 26.Bxh6 ?> Obvious, once you look at it, that it wins a couple pawns. Not obvious it is the best move on the board.
   Oct-07-21 I Krush vs Wang Yu, 1996 (replies)
ajk68: 17. f5 was screaming to be played.
   Oct-06-21 Chen Zou vs Sengupta, 2019 (replies)
ajk68: If black doesn't capture gxh6, then Qe6+ wins easily.
   Oct-01-21 Mamedyarov vs A Adly, 2008 (replies)
ajk68: Mamedyarov lost the thread with 35. QxQ?
   Sep-30-21 G Sanna vs P Motwani, 1979 (replies)
ajk68: Does somebody want to explain the winning endgame technique from the final position? I'm thinking all the a- & b-pawns on both sides will fall. It's then R+3pawns vs N+3pawns. The knight and king may be able to keep the rook and king from encroaching into the corner. There's probably ...
   Sep-28-21 K Alekseenko vs Giri, 2021
ajk68: My original thought was: Giri will have a nice example of a ladder to f6 -- queen checks up the a1-h8 and a2-g8 diagonal. White must go to the g8 square every time black returns to the a1-h8 diagonal. Black does this until his queen is on f6 and white's queen is on g8. At that point, ...
   Sep-16-21 Dolmatov vs P Nikolic, 1989
ajk68: I went with c5, checked the game continuation, was disappointed thinking I got it wrong, played the game continuation out to the end and was like "What?" Then I checked the score. Then I checked the annotation. lol
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