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   consul has kibitzed 159 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-15 Sveshnikov vs J Stocek, 2000 (replies)
consul: <FSR> I've missed it, even knowing it was a puzzle. :-(
   Nov-09-15 C Aravindh vs J Herman, 2011 (replies)
consul: Tricky Monday! :D
   Oct-28-15 H Melkumyan vs C Li, 2011 (replies)
consul: I don't see how to finish this game in few moves... But I'd have resigned earlier considering the material unbalance. I'd have played 39. ♕xh5, and still think White's losing.
   Oct-23-15 Duda vs Y Yu, 2014 (replies)
consul: I had the same feeling of <offramp>: it looks like White wants to lose...
   Oct-16-15 Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1998 (replies)
consul: <diagonalley, al wazir>: so did mine.
   Sep-19-15 M Magomedov vs J Isaev, 1999 (replies)
consul: Thanks everyone, especially <Once> who made me understand that my idea of Rf6 straight away wouldn't work.
   Sep-02-15 B Harper vs R Zuk, 1971 (replies)
consul: I was redirected here by a comment on another game of the day. I think that the preceding comment could be added next time this will be GOTD once again: The tomb game - A Zukzwang. Provided that word-joke wasn't used before.
   Sep-01-15 Anderssen vs M Wyvill, 1851 (replies)
consul: I wonder how 33. ♘xe6 is evaluated...
   Aug-17-15 T Broek vs P Siekerman, 1982 (replies)
consul: If I had to solve the puzzle by choosing the quickest mate, I'd have failed for today: I went for 29 .. ♖c2, when White can prolong the agony by playing 30. ♔d4 .. ♘c6; 31. ♔e3 .. ♖a3; 32. ♗d3. After all, what I've seen is not a forced mate as in ...
   Aug-16-15 H G Koch vs R Dahlstrom, 2007 (replies)
consul: What's the reason for 32. ♘xg2? (the question mark is just a simple question mark, not an evaluation of the move... lol)
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