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Anderssen99
Member since Mar-12-12 · Last seen Nov-14-12
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   Anderssen99 has kibitzed 82 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-12-12 Petrosian vs Guimard, 1955 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: OhioChessFan: White has 57.Qd6+,Nc6 58.Rc1,Re1+. 59.Kh2!!,Rxc1. 60.Bxc1,Qc3. 61.Bf4!!,Qg7 (To prevent 62.Qc7+. If 61...,Qxb3?? - to establish material equality - then 62.Qc7+,Kb5. 63.Qb7+ wins the N.) 63.Bxh6 with an easy win.
 
   Nov-05-12 Reshevsky vs J H Donner, 1966 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Patzer2: It seems that White's most incisive win is not 30.Re5+ but 30.Nf5!!,Qd5 31.g4+!!,Nxg4 (31...,Kg6. 32.Ne7 Or: 32.♘h4 mate) 32.Nxg7+ Kh4. 33.Qxg4 mate.
 
   Oct-31-12 Alekhine vs A Asgeirsson, 1931 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: A deadly line is: 18.Rxd5,exd5. 19.Nxd5+,Ke6. 20.Nf4+,Ke7. 21.Qf5!!,Qa5. 22.Qe6+,Kd8. 23.Qd6!!,Re8 (Black is paralyzed). 24.Ne6+,Rxe6. 25.Rh8+,Re8. 26.Rxe8 mate
 
   Oct-31-12 Colin McNab (replies)
 
Anderssen99: I searched this database in vain to find McNab,s beautiful win against Sigurjonsson at Luzern Olympiad 1982 and also the game allegedly won by George Mackenzie (Against Simon Winawer) at Paris 1878 after making four under promotions (!!). I will be grateful if any member of the ...
 
   Oct-31-12 Kamsky vs Karpov, 1991 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Some references mention that the game went on as follows: 63...,Re6 64. Qe1 e4 65. Rb-d2 Nc6 66. Re2 Rf3 67. Rd7+ Kf8 68. Be3 Ke8 69. Rb7 Ne5 70. Rb2 Nd3 71. Qd2 Rf-f6 72. Rb1 Rd6 73. Qc2 a4 74. a3 Kd8 75. h5 Kc8 76. Ra7 b5 77. Rg7 b4 78. Rd1 b3 (The killer) 79. Qe2 Ne5 80. Qe1 ...
 
   Oct-30-12 Unzicker vs Smejkal, 1982
 
Anderssen99: Probably the last few moves were played under severe time pressure otherwise a world class player like Smejkal would hardly offer the exchange of queens overlooking a forced mate as follows: 57...,Rh1+ 58.Kf2 Qh4+ 59.Ke2 Qxg4+ 60.Qf3 Qxg2+ 61.Qxg2 Rxg2+ 62.Kf3 Rg3+ 63.Ke2 Rh2+ ...
 
   Oct-10-12 La Bourdonnais vs McDonnell, 1834 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Couldn,t de La Bourdonnais have played 33.Rh7+!! at once? That sacrifice would have given him a mating attack whether Mcdonnell captures the rook or not.
 
   Sep-21-12 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Alekhine missed a beautiful win: 36...,Qe7. 37.Rb8,Qc7. 38.Ra8,Qb7. 39.Rf8,Re1+. 40.Kh2,Rh1 mate.
 
   Sep-13-12 Fischer vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Isn,t 29.g6!! even stronger than 29.bxc3 (The move Fischer played)?
 
   Aug-10-12 F J Lee vs Lasker, 1899 (replies)
 
Anderssen99: Keypusher: By saying that the move I gave instead of Dr. Lasker's 37th move is a little stronger does not mean that the move played by that Legendary world champion (Who is - by the way- one of my favourite players) is weak. The great Dr. Lasker had very original ideas in the ...
 
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