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   5hrsolver has kibitzed 562 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-22-18 Wesley So (replies)
5hrsolver: Good going Wesley. Maybe some missed chances against Lenderman. Good luck in round 5.
   Apr-19-18 S Gupta vs F Grafl, 2016 (replies)
5hrsolver: <Marmot PFL: Move order seems important as 21 Rxg7 Kxg7 22 Rg1+ Kh8 23 Nd4 allows Qb8 24 Qg3 Rg8 which fails for white. Easy to get carried away and overlook such details.> Very true.
   Apr-03-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
5hrsolver: This turned out to be a very exciting candidates tournament. If they can figure out a way to hold the candidates tournament every year and for the world champion to defend the title every year it will be very good for the popularity of chess.
   Mar-26-18 H Pfleger vs Larsen, 1974 (replies)
5hrsolver: Great Sunday puzzle. This could pass as a composed puzzle and it would be a very good one. I didn't solve it. I knew the solution would involve a knight fork on black's knight and king to deflect the black knight from its original position. Just as a rough example 59. Nc2 Kf5 60. ...
   Mar-10-18 M W Healey vs Graham J Moore, 2017 (replies)
5hrsolver: < Tonight: I started examining 19 g6 hxg6, 20 Ng5, but don't see how to continue if black plays 20...Nc5 instead of 20...Qd3.> I offer a solution. 19. g6 hxg6 20. Ng5 Nc5 21. Qf1 Bc8 22. Bf5 f6 23. Qh3 fxg5 24. Bxg6 with winning attack. If 22...gxf5 then 23. Qh3 Qd6 24. ...
   Mar-02-18 P Tregubov vs A Moiseenko, 2016 (replies)
5hrsolver: < al wazir: 19...Nf3+ 20. Bxf3 Bxf3 21. Qxg7+ Qxg7 22. Bxg7 Rg6! 0:1.> In your line on 21Bxg7 Qh3!! 0:1 also
   Mar-01-18 Ni Hua vs Tiviakov, 2008 (replies)
5hrsolver: Good analysis <agb2002> I too went with 40. Qf6 <engineerX> gives a good continuation to 40.Qf6 back in 2008 <engineerX: <UdayanOwen: Sure 40.Qf6 wins but unless I've missed something, it is nowhere near as good as the game continuation.> You are missing ...
   Feb-28-18 Ftacnik vs Gotti, 1987 (replies)
5hrsolver: For a while I was trying to make the line 19. Ba3 Re8 20. Rxf7 Kxf7 21. Nd6+ But could not find a good continuation and too hard for a Wednesday. Went back to the problem after some time and found the game line quickly. It helps to step back and refresh your mind.
   Jan-23-18 M Romm vs S Tatai, 1973
5hrsolver: <WorstPlayerEver> Thanks for pointing that out. Missed an obvious move.
   Dec-31-17 Boleslavsky vs Ufimtsev, 1944 (replies)
5hrsolver: There's too many lines here but here is my solution for what it's worth. Great game by the way. 20...Rhg8 21. Ne1 Rxg2+ 22. Nxg2 Nxf2 23. Bf3 Bxf3 24. Kxf2 Rxg2+ 25. Kxf3 Qc6+ 26. Qd5 exd5 27. Kxg2 d4+ and wins the bishop. Black has queen and bishop for two rooks and more pawns.
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