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   panthercat has kibitzed 40 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-04-09 Linares (2009) (replies)
panthercat: <percyblakeney: I suppose so, still very unusual that he beats Anand, it has only happened once in 15 years and it isn't easy to do it with black.> I'm curious where you came up with that stat. According to the database, in the last 15 years: - Anand has ...
   Dec-11-08 Pearl Spring Chess Tournament (2008) (replies)
panthercat: <botevist> 34. ... Rh5 35. f5 Rxf5 36. Qxf5 Bxf5 37. Nxf5 Nf4 and White is doomed.
   Nov-29-08 Suetin vs R Shcherbakov, 1991 (replies)
panthercat: <patzer of patzers> After: 36. ... Nf3+ 37. Kh1 Ng3+ 38. fxg3 Qxg3 39. gxf3 Qxh3+ 40. Qh2 Qxf3+ 41. Qg2 black is down two pieces for four pawns. Not the best of odds.
   Apr-08-08 Alekhine vs De Cassio, 1944 (replies)
panthercat: <Xuorarch> Ah, good point. 12. Bxe6 first, then. :)
   Apr-05-08 Psakhis vs A Kochyev, 1990 (replies)
panthercat: It looks like 25...Qxg6 hastened Black's demise. According to Fritz 10, 25...Kh8 26. Qh5 Ne8 27. Nxf5 Rxf5 28. Bxf5 Be2 29. Bxe6 Bxh5 30. Bd7 Bf3+ 31. Rg2, and White has a big advantage, despite the pin of the rook.
   Nov-26-07 G Mammadova vs O Girya, 2001 (replies)
panthercat: Is it just me, or does 30...Rxc3 win another pawn? (31. Rcxc3 Qd1#; 31. Raxc3 Bxc3 and the bishop is untouchable due to ...Qd1#.)
   Nov-09-07 A Bannik vs Bronstein, 1958 (replies)
panthercat: According to Fritz 8.0, after 60...Bd6 61. Kg2, the best black can hope for is equality. Basically, black can get his pawn back, but the white king can avoid any mate threats.
   Oct-24-07 Nakamura vs Dominguez Perez, 2007 (replies)
panthercat: Why not 27...Rc7?
   Aug-27-07 C T Goering vs Anderssen, 1877 (replies)
panthercat: <Crowaholic> A much faster way for Black to win in your non-queen-sac line is 36. Qh3 Qf2#.
   Apr-13-07 Tal vs Petrosian, 1973 (replies)
panthercat: <Duque Roquero> 28. Rgg1 loses by force to 28. ...Bb2+ 29. Kxb2 a1=Q+ 30. Rxa1 Qxa1#.
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