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Member since Apr-12-03 · Last seen Oct-13-22
I live in Sao Paulo, Brazil. You can find more
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   patonelli has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Mar-19-04 Balashov vs Bronstein, 1975 (replies)
patonelli: <<karlzen> to <patonelli>, After 32...Nf6 33.Qg8+... > Yes, very nice indeed. Thanks.
   Jun-11-03 D Gurevich vs C Hansen, 1986 (replies)
patonelli: Doctor Who: <160.Re7 or 160.Re8 win just as easily of course.> Hmm 160.Re7 Rb7 161.Re5! :)
   May-22-03 Larsen vs Spassky, 1964 (replies)
patonelli: 52. Qe6! is a beautiful move. If 52. ... Qh8 then 53. Qf7+! followed by Ne6#. 52. ... Qg7 or Qg6 lose for 53. Qe5!, and 52. ... Qh5 53 Ne4 Qf3+ 54 Kh2 and there is no good defense for Rg8. Nice! After the queens exchange the only way to avoid Nh7 mate is losing both pawns.
   Apr-30-03 Shirov vs G Giorgadze, 1989 (replies)
patonelli: <Sangfroid: can Black not stop the promotion by keeping the rook on the back rank on e.g. h8> Indeed. 47. Bh5 is better than Bc6. and white has bishop and three pawns against the f-pawn.
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