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   corbinamman has kibitzed 50 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-27-13 V McCambridge vs R Lau, 1983 (replies)
corbinamman: So how much partial credit if I missed the e4 defense for black? My main line was similar to <whiteshark>: 24. Rxh7 Kxh7 25. Bxf7 Qc8 26. Qh3 Kg7 27. Qe6
   May-22-13 I Berezovsky vs V Rusel, 1984 (replies)
corbinamman: nm, just saw Bartimaeus's note: 11. Qg8+?? Kxg8
   Sep-13-10 Larsen vs R Bogdanovic, 1960 (replies)
corbinamman: It appears black's best try is 51...e3 52. a6 e2 53.a7 Be5+! White can't capture of course b/c then black queens with check and takes control of the game. If white instead moves to g4 or f3, both pawns can queen as in my line above, but white eventually runs out of checks. ...
   Aug-26-10 T Ernst vs J Lind, 1990 (replies)
corbinamman: The queen sac flashy but it has precedent. What seems really gutsy to me here is the sequence from 27...c6 to 32...Nxc4. Material exchanged is even, (a bishop and 2 pawns for a rook), but black allows white to create 2 connected passed pawns in the process! The pawn threat is ...
   Jul-21-10 Short vs Gelfand, 1991 (replies)
corbinamman: The blunders at the end were due to both players being in severe time trouble. See Seirawan's annotations, (follow the linked provided by The Famous Chess Cat.)
   Nov-04-09 V Nenarokov vs A Smorodsky, 1924 (replies)
corbinamman: <Eisenheim and Izromeu> 29. Rc1 Qxh2#.
   Sep-09-09 Karjakin vs Grischuk, 2009 (replies)
corbinamman: sfeuler, I'm pretty sure after 38...Qe6 you'd see 39. Qxf7 Qxf7 40. Nxf7.
   Sep-06-09 A Bisguier vs Larsen, 1965 (replies)
corbinamman: what happens after 13...Nh5? could that have blunted white's attack?
   May-12-09 A Reggio vs Chigorin, 1901 (replies)
corbinamman: Judging from the comments, I solved this one more quickly than most...BUT...I missed the Monday puzzle this week completely. Goes to show that we all have our blind spots!
   Sep-03-03 Alatortsev vs Boleslavsky, 1950 (replies)
corbinamman: hickchess99: i think 4.dxe5 isn't a terrible move, but Black will respond with 4...Ng4 (4...dxe5? 5.Qxd8) 5.exd3 Bxd3 and Black leads in development. Or 5.Nf3 Nc6 6.Bf4 etc.
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