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   fightclub has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Jul-18-11 Koneru vs Granda Zuniga, 2008 (replies)
fightclub: Found this one (missed the last 3 days). <dzchiel>, <Phony Benoni> after 23 Rc8+ black isn't "forced" to play 23...Rxc8. He has another option of 23...Qd8. Of course, the result is the same (or worse) after 24 Rxd8 Rxd8 as Black's rook is now on the d-file.
   Jul-06-11 P Beggi vs G Bocchicchio, 1994 (replies)
fightclub: <Once>, as always, great post!
   Jul-05-11 C Thoenes vs H Wagner, 1911 (replies)
fightclub: <patzer2> Excellent analysis. About your PS <P.S.: My question to our administrators would be were we really supposed to see the winning pinning combination 7 or 8 moves deep to realize 21. Nxg6!! was an "easy" solution? Maybe the alternative 21. Nxd7! winning a piece by ...
   Jul-03-11 Szabo vs G Sigurjonsson, 1968 (replies)
fightclub: <patzer2> suggests 26 h3 in my line but I'm not sure why.
   Jul-02-11 P S Leonhardt vs Tarrasch, 1910 (replies)
fightclub: <abuzic> You are correct. Sorry for the typo. As pointed out by <Jimfromprovidence>, there's no mate threat for white after 25...Qe5. So <Jimfromprovidence> and <Once>'s line looks like the correct continuation to me.
   Jun-28-11 G Cappello vs E Paoli, 1967 (replies)
fightclub: 31...Qxg4 32 Qxg4 Nfxe3 33 fxe3 Nxe3+ 34 Kh3 (or Kf3) 35 Nxg4 Kxg4 36 Rd4+ Kh3 (or Kf3) 37 Bxe5 and black is up 3 pawns and good position. However, doesn't seem too decisive for a Tuesday... Time to check. ------- Got it but even in this position a master or above will ...
   Jun-25-11 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2010 (replies)
fightclub: One thing that seems to emerge after looking at the position is that if black king can get on the g file, it (he?) can escape. So Rh8+ is out of question. 95 Rg3+ Kh4 96 Rg2 Ra5+ 97 Kf4 Ra4+ 98 Kf3 Kh5 and black king can escape after Rh2+. 95 Rg3+ Kh4 96 Rg2 Ra5+ 97 Kg6 Kh3 98 ...
   Jun-23-11 Kamsky vs Gelfand, 2011 (replies)
fightclub: Thanks <dzechiel>, <Once> and <goodevans>. <Once> that's right, I was pleasently surprised that this handle wasn't taken. <goodevans> Yep, I have been doing the puzzles. The only thing with the line I was annoyed was that after 19...Bxd5 20 cxd5 ...
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