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   khense has kibitzed 213 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-01-20 S Yu vs C Bauer, 2006 (replies)
khense: I guess if 33 Qf3, Qe5+ 34 Qf4 Rg2+ or 34 Kg4 h5+ 35 Kh4 Re4+
   Oct-06-19 Nisipeanu vs D Reinderman, 2010 (replies)
khense: Surprise - I didn't expect to see Black's Queen trapped.
   Oct-02-18 Seirawan vs Lobron, 1983 (replies)
khense: Also after 24... Kf3; Black can play 24... Bg2+; 25 Kf4; g5+ Then Black can take White's rook on c1 without any checkmate for white.
   Nov-24-15 Y Sakharov vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1957 (replies)
khense: After 31 h5+, KXh5; 32. Rg7, Ne3; what does Black do after 33 Re1...
   Nov-12-15 Sax vs I Farago, 1973 (replies)
khense: It's not like a little light flashes on the board when one side has a winning move. It really helps a lot to be told that one is there.
   Sep-06-15 S Cicak vs J Kristiansen, 2006
khense: In 1974 Pacific Southwest tournament I played the White side of this game through move 11. Black replied Qc3 instead of Qa5. I won with White. The game was published in the Los Angeles Times. An interesting opening - I'm surprised it hasn't been tried more often.
   Jul-30-15 Tarjan vs P Fossan, 2015
khense: Looks like Black could have played for an easy draw. Instead he decides to open it up with f5 - with no apparent advantage in sight. When White played Ref1, I think Black saw he had the worst of it. d6 was bound to rock the boat...
   Jul-26-15 Tarjan vs V Dragnev, 2015
khense: 33. Nc4-e5 appears better. Black does not have the Rd8 tempo move on White's Queen. White is threatening NXg4. If Black plays Qh5, White plays NXg4. If F5 X g4, White plays RXf8. Black plays g4Xh3. Then White has a Q check on e4, which defends g2. Looks like White would survive and ...
   Aug-25-13 R Nezhmetdinov vs Lusikal, 1951 (replies)
khense: Seems like white had more than one winning line after the key move - but the game as it was played is beautiful.
   Oct-31-11 J van der Meer vs J Printzlau, 2005
khense: Why a draw on Move 22? Did the bar close? The position looks like a lot of work (and not much fun).
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