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rwbean
Member since Jun-16-05 · Last seen Nov-29-22
from Brisbane, Australia... rating is very old :) Nezhmetdinov, Fischer, Keres are favourites.

   rwbean has kibitzed 315 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-26-22 G Canfell vs E Rosen, 2017
 
rwbean: White goes from being able to play 22. e5 with advantage to 28. h4? leaving his h pawn isolated and losing ...
 
   Oct-24-22 Nakamura vs J Friedel, 2000
 
rwbean: ... and mate in 24 ... 34.... Qd4 35.Kxc2 Bxe4+ 36.Bxe4 Qxe4+ 37.Kc1 Qe3+ 38.Kb1 Qd3+ 39.Kb2 Qxf1 40.Qc5 Qe2+ 41.Ka3 Qd2 42.Qc6 Qa5+ 43.Kb2 Rd2+ 44.Kc1 Re2 45.Qc2 Rxc2+ 46.Kxc2 Qxa2+ 47.Kc3 Qxh2 48.g4 Qf4 49.Kc2 Qxg4 50.Kd2 h5 51.Kd3 h4 52.Ke3 h3 53.b4 Qxb4 54.Kf2 h2 55.Kg2 Qf4 ...
 
   Oct-10-22 Erigaisi vs Carlsen, 2022
 
rwbean: Black can't play 28... ♘g4 straight away because of 29. ♘c6+ bxc6 30. ♖d8+ ♔b7 31. ♕a6# ... he has to block the d-file first. The saving move was 27. ♘c2 ... wild tactics for a rapid game.
 
   Oct-07-22 R Praggnanandhaa vs Carlsen, 2022 (replies)
 
rwbean: 28. ♔e4! is winning 12. ♘f3! is much better than the game move - double threat of ♘g5 and ♘d4 followed by f4, f5 if necessary.
 
   Oct-07-22 So vs C Yoo, 2022 (replies)
 
rwbean: Black has a quick win on move 39: 39... ♗xa5 40. ♖xa5 ♖exf3 41. ♖a3 ♖xd3 42. ♖xd3 ♖xd3 43. ♖xf4 ♖d1+ 44. ♔f2 ♖d2 or 41. ♘xf4 ♖h1+ White still had the advantage after 26. ♘xe4 ...
 
   Oct-04-22 Keene vs P N Lee, 1970 (replies)
 
rwbean: What is the plan for White after 17... ♘xd5 18. ♘xd5 ♗xf1? either ♘ to e7: 19. ♘e7+ ♘xe7 20. ♘xe7+ ♕xe7 21. ♗xf1 ♗xb2 or 19. ♗xf1 ♕xc6 20. ♗d4 ♗e5 White might have two ♗s but not compensation ...
 
   Oct-03-22 S Quigley vs N J Patterson, 1978
 
rwbean: 13... ♕c7 is about even as Black can push the White ♘ back with ...f6, but after the game move 13... ♘xe5? White has an open f-file to attack along - both ♖s come out there - and a ♙ on e5 and Black gets steamrolled. He chose ... poorly.
 
   Oct-03-22 N J Patterson vs Hodgson, 1977
 
rwbean: 16. ♘e4?? is a huge blunder losing immediately, 16. ♘xd5 would be even 17... ♘b4 already -6 for White 18... ♔h8! 19. ♘e4 ♘bd3 is -9 ... White's b2 ♗ is unprotected 19... ♕d6! 20. ♗e5 ♘xg2! is a nice line, -9 again ... if ...
 
   Sep-30-22 N J Patterson vs Keene, 1968
 
rwbean: 13. ♗xh7+ Lots of chances to win on moves 22-26 22. ♘d2 f6 23. ♘b3 h6 24. ♗h2 +2.94 (44 ply) 23. ♘c2 e5 24. ♗h2 +4.17 (44 ply) 26. ♗d6 ♖f7 27. ♘c2 ♘e6 28. ♕b2 g6 29. ♖e1 +3.63 (46 ply) ... 26. c6?? leads to ...
 
   Sep-29-22 N J Patterson vs Gheorghiu, 1970
 
rwbean: 15. ♖e1 followed by f4 ... White will exploit the pin and win a pawn 35... ♖h4 - Black will have an outside passed pawn and win easily or 38... ♔c7 preventing White's ♖a7+ ... the move played turns a win into a draw immediately. Time trouble perhaps.
 
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