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   yax has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Sep-28-04 A Kramer vs O Ruester, 1926 (replies)
yax: How about 20...Qf2+ 21.Kxf2 Bb6+ 22. Kf1 g6? That way Bb6 is lined up with the R on g1.
   Sep-23-04 M Lanzani vs I Rogers, 1984 (replies)
yax: you are right. for a second there I thought I was a chess genius.
   Jun-21-04 H Hamdouchi vs Fedorowicz, 1989
yax: ok that makes a lot more sense. 32...Qf5 and the resulting not taking of Qf5 had me baffled.
   Jun-10-04 Y Quesada Perez vs Arencibia Rodriguez, 2004 (replies)
yax: Couldn't white just play Bh7+, swap Queens, then move his other bishop to f2. He'd be down a bishop, but it looks playable. This just seems like a premature resignation to me.
   Jun-10-04 McDonnell vs La Bourdonnais, 1834 (replies)
yax: What about 36: Qc4 or Qb5?
   May-14-04 Kostic vs Rubinstein, 1911 (replies)
yax: Is there any reason why White didn't play 37: Nc6 and fork the R and K? Black's K would have to retreat because of the pawns and it looks like a pretty easy win for White after taking the R.
   May-13-04 Benko vs A Pytlakowski, 1951 (replies)
yax: On move 39 why didn't Benko check using the Q to b8 instead of taking the b5 pawn. Depending where the black King goes follow up with either d1-d6 or h8-c8 then d1-d6 (assuming black doesn't trade Q for R) puts black into a tight spot. Am I not seeing something here? I worked it out a ...
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