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knight knight
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   knight knight has kibitzed 184 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-21 Holzke vs Matthew Tan, 2006
 
knight knight: <Walter Glattke: Knight Knight 31.Rf6 Bf8 32.Ng7 Qxf6> 33. Qxh7#. 32 ...e4 allows the pretty 33. Ng6# but all other black moves lose anyway.
 
   Jul-31-16 Karpov vs Yusupov, 1988 (replies)
 
knight knight: Thanks <DerDeux> for the YouTube link! :-) (Btw the video claims Black resigned after 43. Re8, thus 43... d4 wasn't played.)
 
   Oct-28-15 J Klinger vs J Norgaard, 1982 (replies)
 
knight knight: 28. Rg8+: 1) 28...Kxg8 29. h7# 2) 28...Kh7 29. Rh8+ Rxh8 30. Qxf7+ Qg7 a) 31. Qxg7# b) 31. hxg7#
 
   Apr-22-15 Kamsky vs Karpov, 1996 (replies)
 
knight knight: I had 29...Bc5 adding pressure to f2. Stockfish 6, depth 30: 29...Rxd2 [-8.25] , 29...Bc5 [-2.78] Stockfish defends 29...Bc5 30. Bf4 g5 31. Bd1 Qb2! 32. Bxe2 Bxe2 33. Qd2 Bxf1+ 34. Kxf1 Qb1+ 35. Qc1 Qd3+ 36. Kg1 gxf4 37. Qxf4 with a winning position for black (bishop up for a
 
   Feb-27-15 W John vs Janowski, 1914 (replies)
 
knight knight: If 20...Qe6 21. Qc5+ Kd7/8 (21...Kf6 22. Qg5#, 21...Ke8 22. Qxc8+) 22. Qc7+ Ke8 23. Qxc8+ Ke7 24. Rxe6+ fxe6 25. Qc7+ Kf8 (25...Kf6 26. Be5+ Kf/g5 27. Q/Bxg7, 25...Ke8 26. Qxg7) 26. Bd6+ Kg8 (26...Ke8 27. Qe7#) 27. Qd8+ Kf7 (27...Bf8 28. Qxf8#) 28. Qe7+ Kg8 29. Qe8+ Bf8 30. ...
 
   Jan-28-15 Kasparov vs Short, 2001 (replies)
 
knight knight: If 24...Bf6 25. Nd6 Bh8, then 26. Nxb5 ;-) Nice fast attack and analysis by King.
 
   Nov-03-14 Kasparov vs Short, 1986 (replies)
 
knight knight: This game is analyzed by Raymond Keene in the video "How to Play Like Kasparov & Short".
 
   Aug-08-14 E Maggiolo vs D Suarez, 1994 (replies)
 
knight knight: I get... 46... Rxe2+ 47. Rxe2 Qg3+ 48. Kd2 Qxf4+: a) 49. Ke1 Qc1# b) 49. Kc3 Qc1+ 50. Rc2 Qxc2# c) 49. Kd1 Qf1+: i) 50. Kd2 Qxe2+ 51. Kc1/3 Qc2# ii) 50. Re1 Qxd3+ 51. Kc1 Qc2# d) 49. Re3 Qf2+: i) 50. Kc1/3 Qc2# ii) 50. Re2 Qxe2+ 51. Kc1/3 Qc2# iii) 50. Kd1 ...
 
   Jun-23-14 O Storchenegger vs P Clemance, 1978 (replies)
 
knight knight: <catlover: Othmal no doubt said, "I'll be back."> I'll be black! ;-)
 
   Jun-15-14 Bluebaum vs V Fedoseev, 2012 (replies)
 
knight knight: I thought 42. d5 was likely the move, since it opens up the d4-h8 diagonal, but didn't analyse very deeply. If 42...h5 in reply, then 43. Bd4+: a) 43... Kh7 44. Qd3+ Kh6 45. Qg6#, b) 43... Bf6 44. Bxf6+ Kh7 45. Qe4+ Kh6 46. Qg6#, c) 43... Nxd4 44. Qxd4+ Kh7 45. Qg7#, d) 43... ...
 
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