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BareKing
Member since Feb-11-13 · Last seen Dec-10-18
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   BareKing has kibitzed 33 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-18 D Antonic vs L Kerecki, 2008
 
BareKing: 10.Qxb7?? Na5! ...and white should sacrifice his LSB to save the queen: 11.Bb5+ axb5 12.Qxb5+ Ke7 (or Bd7, pawn for better pieces cordination) ...and black is winning.
 
   Oct-13-18 S Zhigalko vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2018 (replies)
 
BareKing: Rxe1 is just as good, but the GM instinct was probably to not give out unnecessary counterchances/swindles by losing the f7 pawn with check and weakening his king, as in the Rxe1 variation. Stockfish thinks the two moves are almost equal.
 
   Feb-08-18 M V Golubev vs Zagrebelny, 1990
 
BareKing: Maybe because openings are played on either side? :)
 
   Jan-18-18 K Klaman vs S Petuchov, 1977 (replies)
 
BareKing: Because 9.Ng5! Black can't castle (9... 0-0? 10. Qh5!) and is forced to defend f7 with 9..Rf8, loosing castle rights and with cramped/losing position.
 
   Nov-09-17 G Guseinov vs Carlsen, 2017
 
BareKing: <thegoodanarchist>: nothing actually, probably as Sokrates said, black feared Rc7 ecc. White "missed" 36.b5 or 36.Rd6, both look better than Nh4 to me... but since this is speed chess, they're GMs and I'm a patzer, no wonder he saved the knight and avoided more complicated ...
 
   Apr-07-16 Carlsen vs P Scheffknecht, 2001 (replies)
 
BareKing: Probably because he felt the subsequent loss of the d6 pawn (thus giving white a strong passer on column d) would have been too dangerous, se he opted to defend d6 instead.
 
   Nov-21-15 Tiviakov vs D Naroditsky, 2011 (replies)
 
BareKing: Nc7+ and black is wasted. Black probably resigned without waiting white response, since it's damn easy to spot at GM level.
 
   Sep-17-15 Jakovenko vs Li Chao, 2008 (replies)
 
BareKing: HeHateMe: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaos...
 
   Feb-12-15 Bagirov vs J P Palmblad, 1990
 
BareKing: Mating pattern? After 31..Qe4+ white simply plays 32 Kh2 and he's up a whole rook and has the better position after exchanging B x N at d5, an exchange black cannot avoid. I'm a club player ( < 1600 elo) and I would resign, so I guess the more so at master level :)
 
   Dec-10-14 V Zvjaginsev vs V Milov, 1995 (replies)
 
BareKing: Because... blunder :) Probably a typical case of "blind spot", since all the action is in the center and probably all attention by players was there. BTW, after 29...Be5, White rushed to save him (probably realizing it was unprotected and praying that black wasn't going to capture
 
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