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   rickycota has kibitzed 68 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-15 Ju Wenjun vs A Stefanova, 2014 (replies)
rickycota: I really don't get it. All moves seem natural to me, normal continuation. Great game but not puzzle material in my opinion.
   Oct-28-15 H Melkumyan vs C Li, 2011 (replies)
rickycota: I don't know if all moves are good for black but this is one of the most entertaining games I've seen. Really great queen sacrifice (apparently).
   Oct-17-15 H Porth vs P Kotsur, 2001 (replies)
rickycota: Any lines after 26.Qh5?
   Sep-15-15 O Adu vs Topalov, 2015 (replies)
rickycota: 31...Nh4 and trapping the queen and that should be it
   Sep-11-15 Kasparov vs A Galle, 1976 (replies)
rickycota: Game of the day? Really? Very simple, Kasparov wins a pawn, exchanges everything, gets a passed pawn on the A file against pawns on the other side of the board and that´s it. It´s a nice game, but not game of the day quality. There´s a lot more interesting games.
   Sep-02-15 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
rickycota: Magnus Had to keep his rook on the board with the 2 bishops. Move 39.Be3 was the draw. 39.Ba4 would have give him a lot more to play with and win. Even the best miss something every once in a while. Still rooting for Chucky!
   Aug-27-15 M Bjertrup vs J Caspersen, 1982 (replies)
rickycota: What about 25.Qf3? I think it works pretty well too
   Feb-23-15 Pelikan vs W J Muhring, 1936 (replies)
rickycota: Queens are not everything
   Feb-21-15 J A Dill vs R Singh, 2008 (replies)
rickycota: Well, at least they got be at the Olympiad but these is a horrible white scilian game IMO. Not to mention that lifeless ending
   Feb-21-15 Alekhine vs Colle, 1925 (replies)
rickycota: <PhonyBenoni> Yeah, I could see that it was a win after hxg6 but fxg6 was more than Very Hard indeed. With engine help after 29...fxg6 30. Qe6+ the best option is Rf7. If 30...Kf8 31. Rc4 Rxd5 32. Rf4+ Rf5 33. Re5 and the queen is lost and white wins. Now if 30...Rf7 31. Rc8
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