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drdos7
Member since Jan-29-10 · Last seen Apr-10-22
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   drdos7 has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-04-21 Kasparov vs Deep Thought, 1989 (replies)
 
drdos7: <Xonatron> <Stockfish 8 (after 6m20s) finally shows mate in 43 in the final position. It continues to narrow it down. After 9m40s it shows mate in 23. All with 37... Rc5. In years to come, it will be interesting to compare this analysis.> Houdini_5_Pro_pext_x64 Says Mate ...
 
   Jun-04-21 Deep Thought vs Van der Wiel, 1989
 
drdos7: <computer chess guy> As your computer probably already pointed out 51.f4?? is a blunder and the losing move in an otherwise dead draw game.
 
   Jun-03-21 Bogoljubov vs Kashdan, 1930 (replies)
 
drdos7: <jerseybob> 5.Bf4 is a solid book move, and after that move white held an advantage up to move 21 where he was outright winning if he played the right move 21.Qc2! instead of 21.Bc2?? which loses.
 
   Apr-22-21 Reshevsky vs F A Hollway, 1921
 
drdos7: Avery nasty blunder by Black in a drawn game with 47...Kb3??, instead 47...gxf6 secures the draw.
 
   Apr-06-21 E Nikolic vs Fischer, 1968 (replies)
 
drdos7: 21.a6 has been proposed in the comments as better for white, however it gets crushed also by the following: 21.a6 Nf3 22.Bxf3 gxf3 23.Ng2 bxa6 24.Nh4 Qg4 and Stockfish sees +7.65 for Black, if instead we try 23.axb7??? as shown in SwitchingQuylthulg's line White gets mated (forced) ...
 
   Apr-05-21 F Baumbach vs J Sloth, 2001
 
drdos7: " rwbean: 18... ♘e4 drops out of the top 10 moves of SF13 quickly. Black's game goes downhill after that. The top suggested moves are 18... h5 or 18... g6." I don't think that 18... ♘e4 was even close to being enough to lose the game... Stockfish seems to think that ...
 
   Mar-08-20 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017
 
drdos7: The losing move in this game is 27...Bg6?, the correct move in this position is 27...Bxe4 [DIAGRAM]
 
   Mar-26-19 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
 
drdos7: In this position after Black's 24th move (24...Nc3?) Karpov hangs a piece (the knight on c3): [DIAGRAM] 25.Qh5! wins
 
   Mar-16-19 Breyer vs J Esser, 1917 (replies)
 
drdos7: As was pointed out by many on this board 14.Kf1 does not win because 14...Qe8! holds the position [DIAGRAM] However, Stockfish says that 14.Bd2! wins here is the analysis after thinking for 68 hours: Stockfish_19030520_x64_bmi2: 64/115 68:32:31 6,448,922,912k 26,135k +3.65 1.Bc1-d2
 
   Mar-16-19 Malinin vs V Savinov, 1988 (replies)
 
drdos7: In this position After white's 18.Ng5 [DIAGRAM] black played the incorrect 18...Nf6?? the correct and WINNING move FOR BLACK is 18...Qa5+! Stockfish_19030520_x64_bmi2: 35/56 05:26 10,315,396k 31,607k +10.26 18. ... Qd8-a5+ 19.Ke1-f1 Re8-d8 20.Nd5-f4 Nd7-e5 21.Be6-d5 Kf8-e8 ...
 
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