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   fredthebear has kibitzed 7677 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-07-22 petemcd85 chessforum
 
fredthebear: The manipulation never stops. This blatant trolling of members in forums has to stop! Rules are for everyone; stop catering to rule breakers and back stabbers. Delete these ridiculous posts and stand up for the CG guidelines.
 
   Dec-07-22 P Velten vs M Krzyzanowski, 2022 (replies)
 
fredthebear: A charming X-Ray Mate. If instead 32.KxRh2 then the double discovered check 32...Rd2++ wins shortly.
 
   Dec-07-22 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
fredthebear: <Like sinners in hell from the Renaissance.> Hell is not a soccer game. Here's an explanation: https://www.christianity.com/wiki/h... The simplicity of it is that the choice is yours to make. You choose your own destiny, eternity while here on earth. Choose Heaven or Hell ...
 
   Dec-07-22 P Ladron de Guevara Pinto vs Chopra Aryan, 2022
 
fredthebear: I do my homework. I don't make this stuff up: R Svane vs S Sammed Jaykumar, 2022
 
   Dec-07-22 Ivanchuk vs Aronian, 2017
 
fredthebear: Black is down a pawn by design in the Marshall Attack, and wants to keep the pedal to the metal. Here, the Black queen gets caught up trying to defend in both directions as her knight and rook are both unprotected. Retreating 21...Ne6 might have been correct, but it's not in the
 
   Dec-07-22 Aronian vs Nepomniachtchi, 2017
 
fredthebear: 27.g4 does not trap the Black queen, but it does remove her as the defender of the d5-pawn. The White queen swings into action collecting material. In the final position shown, White threatens Nh6+ followed by Qh8+ and Rxf7+ etc.
 
   Dec-07-22 A Stefanova vs M Vasiltseva, 1992
 
fredthebear: Yes, 13...Bd7 was necessary. 11...Bb4+ would've been good for Black also.
 
   Dec-07-22 M Karthikeyan vs A Stefanova, 2022
 
fredthebear: The epaulette's defense holds up for now, but White is clearly better.
 
   Dec-07-22 N Kacharava vs T Injac, 2022
 
fredthebear: 26...Kf8 and play on Black!
 
   Dec-07-22 A Donchenko vs Read Samadov, 2022
 
fredthebear: Somewhat wild finishing sequence after 20...b5. It seems 25...KxBf8 was better for Black, who was probably happy to draw his higher rated opponent. No, this is NOT a King's Indian Attack.
 
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