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Autoreparaturwerkbau
Member since Jun-23-04 · Last seen Oct-17-19
My chess experience is gained mainly from playing over the internet. I was born and live in the best country on planet Earth: tiny but proud Slovenia (Central Europe). On internet i usually have chess rating between 1900 and 2000. I recommend chessgames.com to everyone who wants to learn the secrets of grandmasters' moves. Great site!
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   Autoreparaturwerkbau has kibitzed 2255 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-19 J Flesch vs N Spiridonov, 1964 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Nice pun, using both players' names. :) 48.♕f3 was last attempt for luring black astray. Of course not 48...b2? leading to P&K-fork [DIAGRAM] but elegant 48...♕c1 [DIAGRAM] which seemingly abandons b3-pawn, but in reality threatens ♕h1# ...
 
   Sep-17-19 L Galojan vs E Paehtz, 2009 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: After 33 moves position is equal [DIAGRAM] (best here was 34.Rxd5 which retains control of e-file and thus parity) Literally every white's move after position above (except 40th) until checkmate deserves a Question mark, which is a remarkable feat.
 
   Sep-11-19 Hromadka vs Tarrasch, 1922 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Black could throw much more struggle with <27...♕g7!> [DIAGRAM] Make no mistake, black is still losing by all means but white's winning line <28.♖f1 e4 29.♗xe4 ♖c7 30.♖f4 ♖e8> [DIAGRAM] <31.♖h4 ♕g6 ...
 
   Sep-10-19 L Day vs A Kalotay, 1965 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: As <vinidivici> said. Day's 26th move deserves all 4 question marks. He had a clear win until then in his pocket but threw it all away with moving king to c1 which serves no purpose whatsoever.
 
   Sep-03-19 Koblents vs Nils Elisons, 1937
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: There must be an incorrect PGN. <15.♖ae1?> makes no sense at all, surely <15.♖ac1> was played. Suspicion is confirmed with black's response <15...♖ad8> since if <15.♖ae1> was played, black would surely snatch unguarded ...
 
   Sep-03-19 P Dubinin vs Nikola Petrov, 1936 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Sep-03-19 <Knightenprise:> A hall-of-fame pun, surely!! Always better when it responds one way or another to the game's events rather than the only connection being the players' names or whatever.> Exactly. Agree 100%.
 
   Aug-28-19 McShane vs I Efimov, 2009 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <<patzer2:> Still, 26.Qxc2! Qxe7 27. Qh4 with winning chances and a draw in hand is better than losing with 26. Rxf7? to 26...Rxh3+ -+.> No doubt about that. There is about dozen lines better or much better than the game line <26♖xf7?>. Luke ...
 
   Jul-30-19 Estrin vs Koptev, 1941 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: White should play simple <16.Bf4> and all is well.
 
   Jun-14-19 Kurajica vs A Planinc, 1972 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Nina Myers: <areknames: Shouldn't the pun be <The Best Laid Planinc>?> Indeed!> Not really. And not indeed. The "C" in Pla-NINC is not prounounced as "K" as y'all suspected. Planinc is Slovenian surname and "C" here is pronounced as "TS" as in ...
 
   Jun-12-19 A Indjic vs D Sekulic, 2013
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Ratt Boy>, many thanks for the explanation, at least i understand what pun-maker had in mind. Yet, as <morfishine> well elaborated, every language can have an own idea of personal name pronounciation, but only one is the true one. Mother tongue, original. I
 
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