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johnny6
Member since Sep-21-13 · Last seen Mar-28-20
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   johnny6 has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-27-20 Leko vs Radjabov, 2006
 
johnny6: If 45...Rxf6 46. Rd8+ Rf8 47. Qd4+!! Re5 (or 45...Qxd4 46. Rxf8#) 48. Qxe5+ Kg8 49. Qg7#
 
   Nov-13-16 Ed. Lasker vs Maroczy, 1924
 
johnny6: <aragorn69> To view all of the games from the 1924 New York tournament simply click on the link above that reads, "New York (1924)" or click here: New York (1924)
 
   Nov-12-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
 
johnny6: <John Abraham> If 23.c3 then there follows... Analysis by Stockfish 160716 64: 23...Bf8 24.Ng3 Nbd7 25.Ba3 Bxa3 26.Rxa3 Ra8 27.Rxa8 Rxa8 28.Nf5 Kf8 29.b4 Ra3 30.Re3 c5 31.Nd6 cxb4 32.cxb4 Ra4 33.Nxb5 Rxb4 34.Nd6 g6 35.Kf1 Ke7 36.Nc8+ Ke8 37.Nd6+ Kf8 38.Rd3 Rb1+ 39.Ke2 Rb2+ ...
 
   Sep-27-15 S Djuraev vs S J Solomon, 2012
 
johnny6: 58.Rd7? throws away the win for white. Instead either 58.Kd6! or 58.Ke5! or 58.Rc8! still wins. Here are a few ways for white to retain the win: 58.Kd6! Bb5 59.Kc5 Ba4 60.Rb8! Bd7 61.Ra8! Kb3 (or 61...Kc2 62.Rd8 Ba4 63.Kb4! Bc6 64.Kxc4 Ba4 (or 64...Kb2 65.e8Q Bxe8 66.Rxe8 wins) ...
 
   Aug-03-14 Carlsen vs S Sollid, 2001 (replies)
 
johnny6: <acirce> <Black's play is rock-solid ;-) But I'm not sure Magnus did so bad in the opening, it's a rather usual line, see Anand vs Korchnoi, 1991 The deviation 8.Bg5 doesn't seem much better or worse than anything else.> Perhaps a better move is 8. Qd3 threatening to win
 
   Dec-25-13 E Petrovicova vs S Konopkova, 1990
 
johnny6: A better idea is 24...g5! 25. Nf3 (not 25. fxg6 hxg6 (Obviously not 26. Nxg6 Rg7! with the threat of Qxh3 winning) 26. Nf3 Nf4 with a clear advantage for black) 25...Qxf5 with the advantage for black.
 
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