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awfulhangover
Member since Jan-25-04 · Last seen Nov-29-21
Hello from Norway :-)
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   awfulhangover has kibitzed 1146 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-27-21 Kudrin vs H A Machado Jr, 1988 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: Black had a draw if 23.- Qf4!! Comps can create artistic savings.
 
   Nov-22-21 Waitzkin vs Shabalov, 1993 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: I was looking for a brutal win, but did not find it. It´s a relief that other patzers became confused too.
 
   Nov-21-21 Alterman vs D Rogic, 1998 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: 16.h3 seemed tempting, and so did white play. But a strong comp can find better I guess. Too lazy to plug it in S14.
 
   Nov-16-21 Iturrizaga Bonelli vs A Chandra, 2018 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: The solution very easy, but took a long time to check that 39.-Rxc7 did not work. The a-pawn looking dangerous. Maybe time scramble finish?
 
   Nov-09-21 J Polgar vs Karpov, 2003
 
awfulhangover: Really a mystery how a player like Karpov could play 24.-Qc5?? Everything in white´s position is lined up for a classic brute force attack on black´s king, and even patzers like me would have felt the danger.
 
   Oct-31-21 Bologan vs I Rogers, 1995 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: Insane indeed. 21.Bxe6 or 21.Rxg6? That is the question. Both lead to a slight plus for white, according to compy.
 
   Oct-26-21 M Narva vs I Bulmaga, 2021 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: <DrGridlock: <<al wazir: 38. Rxf4 Rxf4 39. Qxf4 seems to win a piece, but after 39...Rxd6 40. Qxd6 Qxf3+ black gets a perpetual.>> 40 Qxd6 ... now that's an interesting move. In your "alternative" line, would you be at all concerned if black replied with 39 ...
 
   Oct-24-21 K Miton vs Ivanchuk, 2007 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: Nakamura: Nobody stands a chance when Chucky plays his best chess. Magnus, who has been outplayed by him many times, knows. Kramnik, who lost that super important game last round in 2013, knows, and wow, see how Kasparov, at his peak, was humiliated in 1991, Ivanchuk vs ...
 
   Oct-21-21 Adianto vs R E Espinosa Flores, 2000
 
awfulhangover: <agb2002: In the case of 22.Bb4 Be6 and Black still resists.> No, he does not. 23. Rc7 is +8
 
   Oct-19-21 Barbero vs Larsen, 1991 (replies)
 
awfulhangover: <Whitehat1963: Easier than yesterday?s puzzle.> Impossible
 
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