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sudoplatov
Member since Aug-16-09 · Last seen Oct-22-21
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   sudoplatov has kibitzed 847 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-21 Miles vs R Byrne, 1986 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: According to Stockfish, after 47. Bh5+ Kxh5, 48.Qxg7 leads to Mate.
 
   Oct-14-21 B Zuckerman vs A Rankis, 1961 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: The local Stockfish gives 24...Qc4 as drawing.
 
   Oct-11-21 Naroditsky vs Lenderman, 2021 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Similar Pawn structure and Piece deployment (with colors reversed) also didn't work in Marshall vs Bogoljubov, 1924 .
 
   Oct-10-21 Caruana vs Burke, 2021 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Nimzovich did it quicker. Of course, it's much harder to bind up an opponent in an open position.
 
   Oct-03-21 Evans vs H Opsahl, 1950 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: I did find some earlier instances of the "Karlsbad Pawn Structure" K Walbrodt vs Janowski, 1898 Marshall vs Bogoljubov, 1924 The Pawn Structures also occurs in the Cambridge Springs Defense but with different tactics. Marshall vs Teichmann, 1904 Earlier (pre-WWI), the ideas
 
   Oct-03-21 Geller vs Euwe, 1953 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Fiddling with one of the online Stockfishes, Euwe's 22...Rh8 hasn't seen through 30 plies. Forcing 22...Rh8 23. Qxh8 Rc2, Stockfish likes 24.d5 and if 24...Bd5 then 25.Rd1 Rxg2+, 26.Kf1... After 26...Ra1,27.Bd2, Stockfish sees 0.0 after 36 plies. It still seems complicated.
 
   Oct-03-21 Petrosian vs Taimanov, 1955 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Black's 8...Bd6 loses two moves. While the loss of a tempo is not as important in closed games, it doesn't have to be worthless. In this case, the Semi-Slave Pawn structure thematically calls for e4 (or ...e5) in which case the game becomes open (rather suddenly.) Black gets in ...
 
   Sep-29-21 Tigran V Petrosian (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Lacking Petrosian-Ulf Andersson, there's always, Tarrasch-Schlecter. Tarrasch - Schlechter (1911)
 
   Sep-27-21 Bisguier vs A Karklins, 1974 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: To paraphrase an old chess book, "Black forgot that he too has a King."
 
   Sep-19-21 Odd Lie (replies)
 
sudoplatov: "Where did you learn to play chess, Penn State?" "No. State pen."
 
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