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zb2cr
Member since May-04-04 · Last seen Sep-13-21
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   zb2cr has kibitzed 2859 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-13-21 A Sandrin vs W Shipman, 1946 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 48. .... Qf2+ does it. White moving the King to h1 is clearly fatuous. Therefore, 49. Kxh3, Qf3# is what wraps it up.
 
   Aug-30-21 A Stefanova vs M Sebag, 2010 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Straightforward. 29. Qxg6+ can be met in 3 ways: A. 29. ... Kh8; 30. Rxh7+, Qxh7 and white mates by taking on h7 with either Queen or Rook. B. 29. ... Qg7; 30. Qxg7+, Kxg7; 31. Rxh7+, Kf8; 32. Rh8+, Ke7; 33. R1h7#. C. the given game line.
 
   Aug-23-21 N Davies vs G Crawley, 1984 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 29. ... Re1+ starts things up. There are two lines: The simplest to see is 30. Kxe1, Qe2#. White can also try 30. Kf2. Seeing how Black mates in this line is a little harder, but Black can use 30.Kf2, Qe2+; 31. Kg3, Ng2#.
 
   Jul-05-21 Lagno vs D Howell, 2002 (replies)
 
zb2cr: What <agb2002> said.
 
   May-31-21 Le Quang Liem vs E Hansen, 2018 (replies)
 
zb2cr: More interesting that the given game line is the line <agb2002> gives as (B) and <DrGridlock> specifies second: 48. ... Ne2+; 49. Kg2, Qg3+; 50. Kh1, Nf2+; 51. Qxf2, Qxf2. Both of these players are so strong they believed the next moves would be obvious. For the novices, ...
 
   May-24-21 Knaak vs Adorjan, 1985 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Mate in three. 21. Rh8+ draws the Black King out where he can be checked to death. 21. ... Kxjh8; 22. Qh5+, Kg8; 23. Qh7#.
 
   May-17-21 D J Ledger vs P K Wells, 2001 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Nice forced mate in 3 with 31. ... Rh1+; 32. Kxh1, Qh3+; 33. Kg1, Qg2#.
 
   May-11-21 Vocaturo vs Kotronias, 2006 (replies)
 
zb2cr: I have to confess, I'm not seeing anything immediately terrifying for Black at move 31. Why did he resign at that point--he was down Queen for Rook for 10 moves--why give up at that particular time?
 
   May-10-21 G Jones vs C Boikanyo, 2011 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Deflect the Queen from defending e8 by 24. Qxf5+, Kg8 (... Qxf5; 25. Re8#); 25. Qxd5+, Kf8; 26. Rf1+, Ke7 and the Black Queen and one Rook drop.
 
   May-04-21 Zilberman vs Kogan, 2000 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Black's Rook on b6 has no escape and is won by the simple 39. Bc7.
 
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