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   schaduw2 has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-20-21 A Tari vs Firouzja, 2021 (replies)
schaduw2: 29.Nxg6? is a mistake. But Ne2+ is not the right answer. Chess puzzle: black plays and wins after Nxg6.
   Nov-23-19 L Forgacs vs J Mieses, 1904 (replies)
schaduw2: After 51....Kd1 white can win with Nd6! (endgame book of Averbakh)
   Jan-24-15 Timman vs V Gunina, 2015 (replies)
schaduw2: Why did white surrender? What's wrong with Kxg3?
   Nov-08-06 Tartakower vs Bogoljubov, 1922 (replies)
schaduw2: Tartakower plays a reversed “Lion’s Claw” (the Lion System with white). An example of a white players who succeeds in his attack is the next game: [Site "Chicago"] [Date "1964.??.??"] [White "Pundy,J "] [Black "Karklins,A "] [Result "1-0"] [ECO "C20"] 1. e4 ...
   Jun-07-06 Pillsbury vs Tarrasch, 1896 (replies)
schaduw2: Tarrasch said after the game that black can win with 50. a5! Fine agreed and proved in his analysis that white should force a draw after 49.b5 with 50.h5!
   Jun-07-06 Tal vs Korchnoi, 1968 (replies)
schaduw2: According to a complicated analysis of Awerbach 28. e5! can lead to a winning endgame.
   May-24-06 Bondarevsky vs Botvinnik, 1941 (replies)
schaduw2: White surrendered because after Rxc1 black plays Rxh4!! (with mate after gxh4? and Bf4+)
   Feb-03-06 S Wagman vs N Rashkovsky, 1992 (replies)
schaduw2: After 10..Ne3 white has to black 11.Qd2. Black can take the knight with Bxd4. White cannot take back: after Dxd4? follows Nxc2+ and the white queen is lost. That's why 10.f3? is wrong. Better is 10.h4 or 10.Be2.
   Jan-11-06 A Grosar vs Polgar, 1991
schaduw2: Jovicic gives this example game of the opening 1.e4 c5 2.b3 d5 : Vukovic,Z (2415) - Jovicic,M (2350) [B20] Belgrade GMA op Belgrade, 12.1988 1.e4 c5 2.b3 d5 3.exd5 Dxd5 4.Pc3 Dd8 5.Lb2 Pf6 6.Pf3 e6 7.Lb5+ Pbd7 8.a4 Ld6 9.d4 0-0 10.0-0 a6 11.Lc4 Dc7 12.h3 Td8 13.dxc5 Pxc5 14.De2
   Dec-07-04 Alekhine vs Vidmar, 1927 (replies)
schaduw2: Alekhine had planned 20.Qh8+ but after Kf7! 21.Tf1+ Kg6!! the queen is lost!
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