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Hello all! I am 29 years old, started playing at age 16. Got my BS in computer math/ physics math. Love to program chess stuff using c++ and java. -

   nateinstein has kibitzed 244 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-01-18 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
nateinstein: I'll take partial credit. My calculated line deviated from the text on move 117 where I thought white would play Re3 instead of Rd3. Everything else was the same as in the game.
   May-25-17 Kasparov vs Bacrot, 2004 (replies)
nateinstein: Consider me as stupid as Gary Kasparov - I also picked 66. Kd4.
   Aug-23-16 Toldsepp vs Keres, 1934 (replies)
nateinstein: I went with Nxf2. If Kxf2, Qxf4. If Qxf2, Nxd3+.
   Jun-07-16 Korchnoi vs Spassky, 1948 (replies)
nateinstein: <weary willy: ? 12 ... Kd8 is like your case (E) - white just plays 13 Nxf6> Then Black gets to play Qh4+ and regain the knight.
   Aug-27-14 Shirov vs S Kristjansson, 2004 (replies)
nateinstein: <ChessGeezer: Does 35 Rc4+ win too? It looks easier than Qxe6 to me. I must be missing something.> The same thing I almost missed...Rd1+ leading to mate for black :). The queen is pinned, but not the rook. The rook goes to h1 once king moves up.
   Apr-11-13 Kasparov vs Seirawan, 1996 (replies)
nateinstein: I too found Rg8, and think it may actually be more forcing than Nh5. I would be interested in computer analysis. White also threatens Qb5+ winning the queen since only Qd7 can be played to stop mate, followed by Rxf8+.
   Mar-13-13 W Schmidt vs R Henley, 1983 (replies)
nateinstein: If this puzzle were "Black to play and lose" I'd have a hard time finding a move. Black is just dominating.
   Mar-02-13 Naiditsch vs I Sokolov, 2012 (replies)
nateinstein: I would be interested in what black's defenses are for 27. a4 (with the ideas of 28. Nf7+ and 29. Bc4 if black's b pawn loses control of c4.
   Feb-23-13 M Kapelan vs Tarjan, 1983 (replies)
nateinstein: <sorokahdeen: I think I must be missing something because the only interesting thing I saw was ...23. Bd4 with several ideas. 24. Bd4 Qg5+ with mate in two. 24. fe4 Be3 # 24. Nf1 Qg5+. 25. Ng3 Be3+ There seem to be a number of idea i wish I had time to stick into a chess
   Sep-21-12 Estrin vs J Zapletal, 1972 (replies)
nateinstein: I don't see how white survives 40...Rxg2+. King can't take right? Otherwise 41. Bxf5 wins for black? What am I missing? If white can't take, then lots of checks coming white's way, and starts to get ugly...
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