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par5vin
Member since Feb-17-19 · Last seen Oct-13-21
East Coast, U.S.A.
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Enjoy watching chessgames.com, old 1800's games, Morphy, etc.

   par5vin has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-28-21 NN vs Anderssen, 1861 (replies)
 
par5vin: Please correct me if I'm wrong (I'm no Chess genius), I have White winning after move 25 with these moves: Bxe3 Bxe3 26. Qb4 Bd2 27. Qe7 Rf7 28. Qe6 Qf3+ 29. Qe2 Qxe2+ 30. Kxe2 Bf4 31. Rhf1 …IF Black decides differently, I still have White winning. 25. Bxe3 Bxe3 26. Qb4 Bd2 27.
 
   Oct-20-20 H P Schlemm vs S Wranay, 1872 (replies)
 
par5vin: A very enjoyable game to watch as White zigzags Black's King throughout the board. An educational experience of the often used Bishop Opening.
 
   Feb-21-20 Fischer vs Reshevsky, 1958 (replies)
 
par5vin: On move 11, IF King takes e6 instead of d-Pawn taking d6, then 11...Kxe6 12. Qd5+ Kf5 13. Bd4 e6 14. Qf3+ Kg5 15. Ne4+ Kh6 16. Qh3+ Qh4 17. Qxh4# (I'm just a C+ rated player, but that is my analysis). Any other foreseen corrections would be much appreciated. Thanks ~
 
   Feb-12-20 G Vranidis vs K H Balduan, 2001
 
par5vin: Enjoyable game to observe. The Whites Bishop sacrifice on move #19 seemed to set the stage for Whites Endgame attack.
 
   Feb-11-20 Fischer vs C Sharp, 1956 (replies)
 
par5vin: Better yet: 33...Be8 34. Rxe8+ Nxe8 35. Qxe8#
 
   May-06-19 Morphy vs J Schulten, 1857 (replies)
 
par5vin: No purpose in Black moving 11...Kf8 ...simply makes no sense
 
   Mar-31-19 Waitzkin vs M Gatlin, 1992
 
par5vin: After White sacs at 26. Rook e5 Black Queen takes Rook, Waitzkin (White) goes on a tear with 7 straight +Checks+ ending with mate and Black's Queen never getting a chance to ever move again. Nice play by Josh Waitzkin
 
   Mar-24-19 Morphy vs Anderssen, 1858 (replies)
 
par5vin: White (Murphy) should have Checked with his Queen on 16th move (skewering Blacks Queen). 16. Qh4+ Kg6 17. Qxd8 Nxc2+ 18. Kf1 exf2 19. h4 Be7 20. Qxe7 Kh5 21. Qg5#
 
   Mar-16-19 Maurian vs Steinitz, 1883 (replies)
 
par5vin: Obviously, neither Morphy nor Steinitz wanted to mar the others legacy - so to speak. For what other good reason would they have not played, especially that Steinitz visited New Orleans as well that Morphy visited Europe, etc.???
 
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