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   schizoidman has kibitzed 46 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-19-23 Tal vs Benko, 1959
schizoidman: AlicesKnight, it is mate in two if the queen interposes too. Since now the Queen is pinned, 2.Qf7++
   Oct-24-22 R Vera vs G Garcia, 1992 (replies)
schizoidman: I considered the 1.Ng8+ as well but considered 2.Bxg7+ followed by 3.Kxc2 with two Knights, a Bishop, and a Rook for the Queen.
   Dec-04-20 M Hennigan vs R Berzinsh, 2009
schizoidman: The knight sacrifice ties white in knots trying to keep it. He would have been better off giving it back with Nxb7 maybe?
   Sep-14-20 Adianto vs Yusupov, 1983 (replies)
schizoidman: 31.Bg2?? such a blunder from a GM. 31.Qxg3 and black gets his piece back and the game continues.
   Jun-02-20 A Montalvo vs D Laylo, 2010
schizoidman: <wordfunph> White has pawns hanging on c4, f3 and g4. He cannot save them all. He chose to save his c-pawn (bishop guards it). But 20.Nd4 looks better at first glance since it guards the c and f pawns and attacks black's e-pawn. Now if black takes the g-pawn, 21.Kg3 d5 ...
   Jun-01-20 Motylev vs D Laylo, 2005
schizoidman: <al wazir> I ran a computer analysis of the position and after 62.a7 black responds with Nxa7 63.Bxa7 d3 and white must sacrifice his white square bishop when the d-pawn queens. According to the engine, white's best is 61.Be5 d3 62.Bc3 Na7 63.Bd2 Rb1 64.Kc4 Ra1 with ...
   May-05-20 I Zenyuk vs S Foisor, 2009
schizoidman: 45. ...Ng4 and it is mate next move.
   Feb-05-20 K Petzold vs Dreev, 2008
schizoidman: Why does white sac his knight for 2 pawns on move 19? Black's pawn center is menacing, but the sac seems unnecessarily desperate to me.
   May-15-18 Kasparov vs Beliavsky, 1983 (replies)
schizoidman: Another idea might be: 39.Qg4+ Kh7 40.Qa4 Nc7 41.Qd7 Kg6 42. Qxc7 Kxf6 43.Qxa7 Now the Bishop must move and white gets both of black's king side pawns. If the bishop goes to d3 we get: Bd3 44. Qxb6+ Kxe7 45. Qxc5+ and no matter where the king moves, White forks K and B, ...
   Feb-02-17 Tiviakov vs J Norgaard, 2007
schizoidman: 54...Qxa6 holds everything doesn't it? Black just recaptured with the wrong piece I think.
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