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my ratings been fluctuating but staying in the 1700s (now I just made a supplemental rating of 1800 :-)) I'm a 9th grade champ(i actually tied for first with someone else but i won in tiebrakers). I post anylysis before looking at problem and usually without moving pieces so it's mistake prone. I also procrastinate someti

   chesskidnate has kibitzed 71 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-24-12 J Wyss vs B Bellahcene, 2012 (replies)
chesskidnate: by the way, alternate move order of 26...b3 appears to fail due to 27.Nd3 where white blocks the bishops control
   Oct-14-12 Chekhov vs M Hoffmann, 1994 (replies)
chesskidnate: Does 30... Rxf1 31.Qxf1 d2 work as well(planning 32.Qd1 Bxf6 33.gxf5 Bg5 34.Kg2 Re5 35.Qg4 f6 ?)
   Jun-15-12 M Piskur vs B Klein, 2012 (replies)
chesskidnate: <vardeep> note that after 30.Qh5 Kf8 31.Qxh7 fxe5 32.Qh8+ Ke7 33.Qf6+ Kd6 34.Rd8+ Nd4 black doesn't need to lose his queen for a rook and may be winning (he still has to lose his knight though)
   Mar-10-12 Najdorf vs L Frenkel, 1926 (replies)
chesskidnate: <jimfromprovidence> if black plays 22...e6 or 22.. e5, 23.Rf6 looks tough to stop, I.e. 23...Rd8 24.Raf1 Rd7 25 Rxf7
   Aug-03-11 V Akobian vs I Abdelnabbi, 2000 (replies)
chesskidnate: also note that even with blacks Q sac in the 26.Qf6 line it only looks like he can delay the mate
   Jul-29-11 Romanishin vs Ivanchuk, 1986 (replies)
chesskidnate: Notably, you also get to annhilate black after 18...Qxf4 19.Nxa7+ Kg8 20.Qxf4+ Kxa7 21.Qc7.
   Jul-25-11 J Loy vs R Erickson, 1989 (replies)
chesskidnate: <sevenseamen> well black could play 8...f6 when it takes much longer to mate
   Jul-14-11 H Perez Garcia vs R Casafus, 1977 (replies)
chesskidnate: black probably resigned in view of 28...Ke8 29.g6 which I believe wins blacks rook
   Jul-12-11 Smejkal vs Adorjan, 1972 (replies)
chesskidnate: I'm too used to getting pieces in the game, I saw 32.Rxh6 Kxh6 33.Rh1+ Kg5 34.Qh4# before seeing 33.Qh4#
   Jul-08-11 Fischer vs W Beach, 1963 (replies)
chesskidnate: black chose an odd 23rd move, you'd expect just 23...Qxb7 where the response is 24.Qxe5 with a Q+N fork if black takes. seemed a bit odd since it is solightly more obvious 23...Qxd6 is losing and this move loses by more(assuming Bxe5 it loses a R instead of a N)
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