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helloriker
Member since Apr-08-03 · Last seen Dec-21-04
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   helloriker has kibitzed 23 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-27-04 K Bischoff vs K Mueller, 2004 (replies)
 
helloriker: <erikcu> if 31 ... kf8 32 re3 black can play 32 ... a5. You are now threatning to win the bishop back on the next move. So there are still some chances for black because he has a slight tactical edge. There are a lot of mate threats that white has to worry about and he will
 
   Mar-16-04 NN vs Blackburne, 1871 (replies)
 
helloriker: The only way out of it for white is 20 Rg2. You go down the exchange but you are already up a piece and it is better then getting mated :)
 
   Mar-04-04 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999 (replies)
 
helloriker: wouldn't 29 ... rD6 be better? looks like it holds the night pawn and bishop.
 
   Feb-20-04 Rublevsky vs Z Varga, 2001 (replies)
 
helloriker: Ohh and does anyone know why black resigned on move 25? the position looks no worse here then it did after losing the queen for 2 bishops. Was black short on time?
 
   Nov-20-03 K Blake vs Fischer, 1956 (replies)
 
helloriker: Black could have resigned simply because of the inferiority in his pawn structure af 21 h4 black could play 21 ... Bxg5 22 hxg5 g6 23 gRf1 kne3 and white loses his center pawns and is left with 2 sets of doubled pawns one of which is isolated and white is down a pawn. White could
 
   Oct-21-03 B Katalymov vs G Ilivitsky, 1959 (replies)
 
helloriker: hmm I always thought the Polish started with g3. Not sure though.
 
   Oct-13-03 Chigorin vs H Caro, 1898 (replies)
 
helloriker: hmm after looking at the position more it apears that 36...Kne7 saves the game.
 
   Oct-07-03 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1971 (replies)
 
helloriker: 33 Qe7+ wins the b pawn there are 3 unprotected pawns that should be able to be won with q checks. However I think that black will be able to pick up the g and h pawn in the process. With black still maintaining threats on both sides of the board and white only having a threat on
 
   Sep-16-03 R Hobson vs Jameson, 1966 (replies)
 
helloriker: <honza> what about 12 ... gxf6 I don't think the sacrafice works now as the king will step up instead of into the corner.
 
   Sep-12-03 F Bethge vs Legal, 1930 (replies)
 
helloriker: <Patzer2> I would rather play it from back there as well, but I think that the position is still holdable for black. I don't have a chess computer to run the positions through though. After looking at it further I think Qf8 is probably blacks best move after 10 Nxd2, the ...
 
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