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   wall has kibitzed 115 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-10-04 Fischer vs R Cardoso, 1957 (replies)
wall: 22...b4 allows 23.Bxg7+, so maybe 22...f6 had to be played. Can Black survive after 25...fxg6 (instead of the game move 25...Qc5) 26.fxg6 Rf7, since 27.Rxf7 fails to 27...Qg2 mate.
   Sep-10-04 N Hurttlen vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
wall: 14.e3? loses the c-pawn. Perhaps 14.Qd2 and if 14...Nb4 15.c3. After 25...Rxe3 (threatening 26...Qxf4) 26.f5 Na5, threatening 27...Nxb3.
   Sep-10-04 S Bernstein vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
wall: 35.h4 allows 35...Rh3, winning the pawn. Perhaps 35.Kb1 or 35.Bb5 or 35.Rd1. After 44.Rf3, White resigned. I guess the final moves would be 44.Rf3 Rc7 45.Re1 a4 and Black breaks through.
   Sep-10-04 Fischer vs A Saidy, 1957 (replies)
wall: 24...h5 loses the e-pawn. Perhaps 24...Ng4 instead. 26.Qg3 Qxg3 27.Rxg3 wins or 26.Qe7, threatening 27.Qxf7+ and 27.Qxa7.
   Sep-10-04 J Sherwin vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
wall: Fischer loses and missed a mate. After 38.Ke2?? (38.Kc3 is better), 38...Re4+!! (instead of the losing 38...Rxd1??) 39.fxe4 Bg4+ 40.Kf1 Rxd1 mate. White wins after 41.Qxd3 Rxd3 42.Kxd3 Kf7 43.Ra7 Bd8 44.Ra8 Ke7 45.Ke4 Ke8 (only move) 46.Kf5.
   Sep-10-04 Fischer vs A Sandrin, 1957 (replies)
wall: Here is a game with bishops of opposite color that wins. After 43.Kd5 Bh6 44.Ke6 f4 45.Kf7 Kb6 46.Kg6 Bf8 47.h6 Bxh6 48.Kxh6 wins for White.
   Sep-10-04 I Garais vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
wall: Maybe 20.Qd3 is better since the queen is not pinned as it is on d2. What about 21.Kf1 or 21.Nd4 instead of 21.Kh1? I suppose after 21...Qf2, White continues with 22.Re1 Re3 23.Qd1 Bxd5 since 24.Qxd5 loses to 24...Qxe1 and 24.Bxd5 loses to 24...Rxh3 mate.
   Sep-10-04 Fischer vs W C Haines, 1957 (replies)
wall: Also good is 31.Bxf7+ Kh8 32.Qc2. White wins another pawn after 38.Bb3 a5 39.Rd7 Rf8 40.Ra7.
   Sep-10-04 M Saltzberg vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
wall: Maybe 39...Rxb2 instead of 39...Re8 wins faster. If 39...Rxb2 40.Rxb2 Nxb2 41.Qxb2 Qg3+ wins the rook. 41...Kh7! and if 42.Rxh6+ Qxh6 wins. But 41...fxg6 draws after 42.Qxg6+ Kf8 43.Qf6+ Ke8 44.Qxe5+ and 45.Qxb8.
   Sep-10-04 Fischer vs Mednis, 1957 (replies)
wall: Maybe 28...Bd7 is the losing move. Perhaps 28...Kg7 holds. Does 39...Bd1 hold?
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