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   pepechuy has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-20-20 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992
pepechuy: The position after 66... Qh4 is won for white. 80. Kb3? throws the win away. Both Kb2 and Qa4 win here. 81... Kd8? is a mistake by black. He can draw with Qa2 or Qc7. 82. Kd2? is the final mistake by white, letting the win slip. Kb2 still wins. Dont ask me why, all this is way ...
   Oct-13-20 Fischer vs Geller, 1962
pepechuy: Mednis is almost completely right. Besides 42. Kh2, it turns out that 42. Kg1 also draws. After 42. Kg1 Re5 43. Kh2
   Oct-05-20 Fischer vs H Matthai, 1956
pepechuy: The position after 50. b8Q is a draw. Three mistakes by each player in the endgame. 84. Qf7? loses for White. Several moves hold the draw. 84... Rc5? draws. As pointed out before, 84... Rc3 wins for Black. 87. Ke4? loses. He can draw with Qg6, Qh7, Qg8 or Kg4. 87... Ra5? lets ...
   Oct-04-20 Fischer vs Keres, 1961 (replies)
pepechuy: In the Encyclopedia of Chess Endings, volume 4, the moves 50. Qg8 Kh6 51. Qf8 Kg6 are omitted (they just repeat the position). I wonder whether: (1) this repetition was considered not important for the Encyclopedia; (2) they simply made a mistake; (3) the moves were actually ...
   Sep-15-20 Uhlmann vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
pepechuy: The position after 39. Ng4 is drawn. The decisive mistake is 41. Nf1, which loses. Instead, 41. h4 draws. White also had another draw a move earlier, with 40. Nf6 h4 41. Ng4
   Sep-10-20 Fischer vs Reshevsky, 1957 (replies)
pepechuy: Did Fischer really play 57. Kg1 ? I am not implying it is a bad move, I am asking a question. In the book "The best endings of Capablanca and Fischer", 57. Kh1 is given.
   Aug-11-20 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1971 (replies)
pepechuy: About my previous post. I see that on moves 39, 40 and 41 (white's turn) the following moves can be inserted, to get rid of the h-pawns: h4 h6 gh5 gh5 But I am not sure if they are good, or if the subsequent moves would still be good after the h-pawns are gone.
   Jul-16-20 Fischer vs Benko, 1959 (replies)
pepechuy: Fischer missed a win with 47. b4! (instead of 47. Kb4, which draws).
   Jun-23-20 Lombardy vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
pepechuy: <Banoboy> The book "From Steinitiz to Fischer" by Euwe also gives 19. Rf1 instead of 19. Kf1
   Jun-15-20 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
pepechuy: Did Capablanca really play 44... Qf8? It is a question, I am not implying it is a bad move. In the book "From Steinitz to Fischer", by Euwe, the move given is 44... Qe8
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