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nizmo11
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   nizmo11 has kibitzed 222 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-26-22 Di Li vs O Nigmatov, 2022
 
nizmo11: The decisive game of the second round of the final match. Carsten Hansen analyses the game at chess.com. My comment is about the endgame. Position after move 43... [DIAGRAM] Here White played 44. Rxa7?, and won quickly after 44...Rxe5? 45.Kxh6 Re8 46.Kh7. Hansen points out that
 
   Oct-25-22 Showalter vs A W Fox, 1904
 
nizmo11: Careless 65.Bxa6?? allowed blockade on the black squares. 65. Kb3 Bd4 66.Kb4 was an easy win. Before that Black missed 49...Qxb6! 50.axb6 Rxc4 51.dxc4 d3! followed by Bxb6.
 
   Oct-22-22 J Mieses vs Chigorin, 1904
 
nizmo11: Stockfish shows Mieses could have refuted Chigorin's continuation 5...♕e7?!, and 9...♘a6?: [DIAGRAM] Simply 14.♖e1! with the threat 15.♘d5 was crushing. There is no good defense, for example 14...♗b7 15.♘d5 0-0-0 16.♘d4 ♕e8 17.e5
 
   Oct-20-22 Teichmann vs G Marco, 1904
 
nizmo11: 27.♗c5 was good enough, but 27.♗f8 would have won immediately.
 
   Oct-16-22 A Hodges vs Showalter, 1904
 
nizmo11: If the score correct? (37.Qxg1?), more likely the conclusion seems to be 37.Kxg1 Qg5+ 38.Kh2 Qf4+, etc
 
   Sep-29-22 Petrov vs A Dunkelblum, 1937
 
nizmo11: Petrovs lost to Dunkelblum in Stockholm, so it looks like the colors are wrong and Petrovs was Black. <The lost Olympiad, W.H Cozens, 1985> p 103. "Petrov worked like a Trojan at top board, taking no rest at all, winning five games and losing only to Euwe, Lilienthal and ...
 
   Sep-29-22 S Herseth vs Petrov, 1937
 
nizmo11: This is game 17 (fragment) in book on Petrovs <Kryakvin, Petrova-Malisa, 2022). Kryakvin starts his comments from move 23. But before that Stockfish shows there was a possibility for a spectacular combination: Here [DIAGRAM] Petrovs played here 13...Qe8 The combination ...
 
   Sep-22-22 Aronian vs Ivanchuk, 2022 (replies)
 
nizmo11: The winning line goes 41...♕c2+ 42.♔f3 ♕b1! 43.♘e3 (43.♘d2 ♕d3+) ♕h1+ 44.♘g2 ♕f1+, but 43...♕b1 was not so easy to spot.
 
   Sep-14-22 Botvinnik vs Smyslov, 1948 (replies)
 
nizmo11: <keg> Bravo!, Impressive work! A comment after checking some positions with tablebases. Some variations lead to the simplified position with R+Pa4 vs. B+Pa5. This ending had occurred in Salwe vs Rubinstein, 1908 . I think Kmoch who wrote a book on Rubinstein knew about this ...
 
   Aug-18-22 Ivanchuk vs Karpov, 1993 (replies)
 
nizmo11: <Olavi>: <It seems 44.h5 might draw with the help of the tablebase>. Looks correct, also White could have played g4 already on move 42. Karpov should have played 40...Nxg3 instead of 40...Nc3+? I wanted to write yet another move 40 blunder, but looks like this was a ...
 
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