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   eyalbd has kibitzed 173 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-30-21 Boleslavsky vs Kotov, 1953
eyalbd: Picture from this game here:
   Apr-11-21 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972 (replies)
eyalbd: Even before 43...♖xa6 Black is not forced to play 42.. ♖a2 at all. SF says 42.. h4! followed by 43.. ♔g5 (or 42.. ♔g5 followed by h4) is winning. For example: 42..♔g5 43. a6 h4 44. ♗d5 ♖a2 45. ♗c4 ♖a3 with zugzwang
   Mar-23-21 Korchnoi vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
eyalbd: From Emil Sutovsky FB post (link below, in Russian, translated by google translate) <Right after the end of the game, where I, in a position with a huge advantage, sacrificed a piece by eye, and ended up at a broken trough <"Do you think you are Tal? Even Tal did not sacrifice ...
   Mar-14-21 Short vs Yusupov, 1984
eyalbd: Short: <This endgame still pains me - making a draw, two pawns up, v Artur Yusupov, Thessaloniki Olympiad 1984. I inexplicably failed to follow team-mate John Nunn's perfect analysis at the adjournment.> From Twitter:
   Jan-28-21 L Spassov vs M Marin, 1993 (replies)
eyalbd: Many moves win. I went for ♖e3 with the same idea. If ♖x♖ then ♕x♕ -+ and if fxe3 then ♕h1 with mate.
   Apr-14-20 Portisch vs Korchnoi, 1970 (replies)
eyalbd: Portisch comments on this:
   Sep-12-19 Beliavsky vs M Cebalo, 1998 (replies)
eyalbd: Direct 28. ♖c3 doesn't work due to 28..d5 29. ed ♖xc3 30. d6+ ♕c4. After 28. ♗e6 ♔xe6 the defence d5 wouldn't work since e4xd5+ is a check! So white wins an exchange.
   Jun-23-19 Alekhine vs V O Smyslov, 1912 (replies)
eyalbd: For "father of a world champion beating a future world champion" you have this game too: H Carlsen vs Carlsen, 2000
   May-16-19 Nepomniachtchi vs So, 2019 (replies)
eyalbd: Wesley So missed mate in one on move 51.
   May-12-19 L Lederman vs S Kagan, 1975
eyalbd: Original queen sacrifice at move 22. White invites black to play Ne2+ forking its queen. In return, after some forced moves, white gets two rooks for the queen, open f file and pressure on f7 which eventually wins the game.
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