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   bandito has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Mar-01-07 V Zak vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1951 (replies)
bandito: hippatxu is right in the assessment, but in the line 28.Kd3 Qf5+ 29.Kc4, 29...Ne4! is crushing
   Feb-03-07 M Wilder vs A Lein, 1981 (replies)
bandito: What about 22...Rxd4 ?
   Jan-29-07 Shabalov vs Chekhov, 1987
bandito: Shabalov handles the interesting 6....g6 variation of the Four Pawns Attack well during the opening, maintaining the advantage against Black's set-up. Avoids 11.Bxd5 which gives Black a comfortable game, but at move 14 snatches the b-pawn with the queen which hands the initiative to
   Jan-29-07 Lutz vs R Schnelzer, 1994
bandito: In this line of the Four Pawns Attack, which has been been good for Black, White invariably ends up with impressive hanging pawns that Black successfully attacks. In this game, White finally loses the e-pawn and, although he might have battled on, makes an error with 31.R-f4 ? ...
   Jan-28-07 J Rigo vs G Andruet, 1986
bandito: A flawed game in a variation that has been very good to Black. White is clearly better after 12 moves, but allows equality with 14.Bxd5 Piece captures at move 17 might keep a weak black pawn at f7 as a target. After 17.gxf3 it seems White can't come up with a plan, while the opening
   Jan-15-05 Alekhine vs B Gregory, 1909 (replies)
bandito: Alekhine himself gives, after 18...Ke8, 19. Qg1 d5 20. Bb5+ Kd8 21. Bd7 winning. In the 19. f5 line, the critical position is probably 19...Bc6 20. Ba6 b6 21. Qc4 Bg2 22. Bb5+ Kd8 and can Black hold ? Regardless, 12...hxg5 13. hxg5 Nh7 might have given Black more flexibility...
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