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   pedro99 has kibitzed 95 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-20-16 Smirin vs Y Afek, 1992 (replies)
pedro99: To clarify a little, in the 10...Kg6 line 11.Ne6- Qe8 the calm 12.d3! is simplest The knight is immune because Be8: is mate and the threat of Qf5mate is unstoppable.
   Sep-15-16 Larsen vs Spassky, 1970 (replies)
pedro99: It's because of the strength of the 1...e5 reply, and the easy development that Black subsequently gets, that most would be b3 players precede it with 1.Nf3 4.Nf3 as played here is by contrast already a serious error.
   Jun-22-16 Kalegin vs S Yuferov, 1990 (replies)
pedro99: Black was greedy. For anybody baffled by the subtitle-
   Jun-16-16 Grischuk vs Anand, 2015 (replies)
pedro99: blitz schmitz
   Jun-06-16 Marshall vs Lasker, 1907 (replies)
pedro99: Marshall only managed to beat him once in games other than demos.
   Jun-03-16 G Janny vs I Gudju, 1920 (replies)
pedro99: If you want to see how much punch the Evans Gambit used to pull, look through Tschigorin's games as White with it. Lasker and others found ways to tame it. It's still useful for weekend tournaments as a surprise weapon though.
   May-27-16 M Esserman vs Van Wely, 2011 (replies)
pedro99: must be a typo here. The comments don't match the position and 17Bg5?? -Qxg5 leaves White with nothing and threatens mate to boot.
   May-10-16 R A James vs G Wall, 2006 (replies)
pedro99: Sometimes I think they select these for the puns rather than the quality of the game. Just a thought.
   Mar-03-16 S Matera vs Nunn, 1975 (replies)
pedro99: I think it suggests that the scarcely known victor is not fazed by his opponent's reputation.
   Dec-14-15 Bronstein vs Socrates, 1992 (replies)
pedro99: 51...Rc8 52.Qh8ch-Kf7 53.Rfich-Kg6 54.h5ch-Kg5 55.Qf6ch Kh5: 56.Rf4 will force mate after a spite check or two
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