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   greensfield has kibitzed 261 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-26-09 W E Fuller vs L Basin, 1992 (replies)
greensfield: A blunder bluff! Has White blundered no Blacks blundered. 37...Qxf2?? after white's poison 37.Qf2! Either 37...Be4+ or ...Qxh3+ among other winning moves
   Oct-15-08 Anand vs Kramnik, 2008 (replies)
greensfield: Still following Newkirch Detlef 1965 draw
   Jun-17-08 A Kvicala vs NN, 1869 (replies)
greensfield: Saw the power of the Queen-side castle straight away, but started with the Knight on e5 at first! <17. Nxc4 dxc4 18. 0-0-0+ Kc6 19. Qxh8> Soon saw the light and started with the right Knight for the quick mate.
   Dec-18-07 Dunbar vs Chawkin, 1925 (replies)
greensfield: <11. O-O-O+> to win the rook. Surely Black would not have snaffled the b-pawn if he had been fully aware of the castling rules
   Dec-05-07 N Michaelsen vs Bacrot, 2000 (replies)
greensfield: Puzzle Looks like a Q trap is on. how to execute it? <42...Qa6> draws the net around the queen. Now white has not got much, say <43. Bxf4> desperate attempt to break out by offering up the bishop. Now <43...Bd8> puts the dagger at the queen’s throat. Still ...
   Dec-04-07 Anand vs Bareev, 1993 (replies)
greensfield: After 31.e6 f6 32. Qg4 I think white can still grind out a win
   Nov-13-07 M Ebeling vs J Killane, 2007 (replies)
greensfield: Considered Nf5 and Bxe5 first, both swiftly discarded. Then considered pawn advance f4. Bingo
   Nov-12-07 Hermann Neustadtl vs O Valenta, 1889 (replies)
greensfield: Queen sac, then accept = #, or decline = #
   Nov-10-07 Miles vs Hort, 1983 (replies)
greensfield: Started with <20.Qe5 Qxe5> then <21.Rxe5 Bxf4 22.Bxf4> or <21.dxe5 Bxf4 22.Bxf4> but didn't get anywhere
   Nov-05-07 Steinitz vs J Minckwitz, 1870 (replies)
greensfield: <18...Qxc4> Bishop up and forces exchange of Queens via Knight fork. Re <RandomVisitor: After 18.Kg1> So Steinitz ?? with 18.Kf1
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