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   rogl has kibitzed 365 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-09-23 P Lalic vs C W Baker, 2023 (replies)
rogl: When your Q-side knight is on f8 after move 6, I think your opening play is questionable.
   Aug-05-23 FIDE World Cup (2023) (replies)
rogl: Caruana with loads of times missed a basic tactic in this position and had to settle for a draw [DIAGRAM]
   Aug-04-23 M Lagarde vs R Praggnanandhaa, 2023 (replies)
rogl: Yes it's dangerous being a laggard when it comes to king security.
   Apr-13-23 O Tenner vs O Chajes, 1923 (replies)
rogl: And the Oscar goes to...
   Apr-02-23 Spassky vs Polgar, 1994 (replies)
rogl: It's worth noting that Polgar missed a very similar tactic on the previous move. She should have played 46...Bb6! with the idea 47. Rxb6 Qf2-+.
   Oct-24-22 V Papin vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2004 (replies)
rogl: Actually there can be a practical reson to convert to a rook. Here Papin had a rook readily available, but maybe he would have had to go looking for an extra queen.
   Apr-25-22 V Gunina vs A Galliamova, 2014 (replies)
rogl: < bcokugras: If black played 34. Rxe4 how would the game go on?> White would play Nxg7 with the dual threats of Qxe4 and Qh8+. Black is toast.
   Apr-21-22 Hjartarson vs M Andersen, 2022 (replies)
rogl: But not any underpromotion, but a bishop promotion which is extremely rare.
   Apr-10-22 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
rogl: Max Farberov(user @ChessGainz on twitter) posted this position from Reykjavik Open (Hjartarson vs Andersen) [DIAGRAM] White to move and win. It's trickier than you might think and white failed to find the win.
   Apr-09-22 J Letzelter vs Nunn, 1976 (replies)
rogl: The a4 rook got what it deserved.
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