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   stst has kibitzed 1889 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-13-22 Tal vs NN, 1973 (replies)
stst: A softer touch: 16.Nxf7 forking Q & R NxN if Q moves, NxR. 17.Qxe6#
   Sep-13-22 72nd Russian Championship (Women) (2022) (replies)
stst: dont see the stronger ones... Gorychkina, Lagno, Kosteunerk? All gone prep for the Grand Prix?!
   Sep-09-22 Sasikiran vs V Saravanan, 2000
stst: not a good win, RxR is not necessary. after R+, R intervene, QxP should win quicker
   Sep-05-22 J Geske vs S Ernst, 2011 (replies)
stst: Q-sac Monday again. 27.......Qh1+ 28.KxQ Rh3+ dbl+ by B 29.Kg1 Rh1#
   Aug-13-22 Alekhine vs M Prat, 1913 (replies)
stst: make use of the X-ray of RxN on f-file, rather than the long process of fxe+: 17.Bd6 (harass Q as prom-fake) QxB 18.e5 Qc7 19.fxe+ BxP 20.Qh7 (pinning N by R & Q) Rh8 21.RxN+ Ke8 22.QxR+ Kd7 23.BxB# see how Alekhine did differently...
   Aug-08-22 W Springe vs H Gebhard-Elsass, 1927 (replies)
stst: direct kill by Q-sac 12.QxP+ fxQ 13.Bg6+ and mate << a more subtle may go Q-trap, 12.c5... but will prolong the game unnecessarily ...>>
   Aug-02-22 Romero Holmes vs Lobron, 1987 (replies)
stst: MIssed the 3rd IF..... the text move: but it's insane!? too easy for QxR# - as one lamented, why White made this move (at all) and not the other two IFs (RxB or KxB??)
   Jul-31-22 Kramnik vs Naiditsch, 2006
stst: stst: several lines but seems coming back to either 14.Nh6+ or BxN Try 14.BxN PxB 15.Nh6+ PxN 16.BxP Re8 17.QxPd5 Bf8 18.Bg5 Be7 Then White has to get either R out to add more fire-power... OR, may be also good to try 14.NxPg7 and get the K out 14.NxP KxN 15.BxN PxB
   Jul-30-22 Yifan Hou vs Movsesian, 2011 (replies)
stst: after posting , saw the length of the game?! ah, another White to move but loss. Totally spoiled!! I saw the three possible penetrations: BxP+, Qh6, but Rxg7 the more subtle but forceful, as so analyzed by Stockfish!!
   Jul-27-22 Uhlmann vs T Paehtz Sr, 1984 (replies)
stst: lack has back-rank weakness, threat as Re8# Black Q and White P blocking White Re8, so kick them out: 26.QxR+ BxQ 27.PxN QxN+ (or other Q move, leaving the e-file (or, heavy loss by QxR, NxQ) 28. Bg2 if QxB KxQ & rest easy
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