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Bingat29
Member since Feb-18-07 · Last seen Nov-22-10
I live in the Philippines. The last time I played a rated game way back in 1984 my rating is 1900. Now that I am retired my interest in the game is renewed.

   Bingat29 has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-10 V Akhmadeev vs A Aleksandrov, 2008
 
Bingat29: Looks like the best move is to move the white queen away with tempo to promote the pawn to queen. There is a need to clear the space occupied by that queen for the King to escape to that square. So the best move really is Qe7+ followed by a8-Q. Regardless where the king go. Of ...
 
   May-10-07 M Notkin vs Dvalishvili, 1995 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <MostlyAverageJoe:> Oh yeah. Ne4 is the right move since Rg8 would be inutile to the attack of the 3 pieces. For example: 20. Ne4 Rg8 21. Bd2+ Rg5 <if 21...Qg5 22. Qh4+ Kg7 23.QxQ+ if ...Kf1 24. Bb4+ and mate next move. if ...Kh1 24. Qf6+ Rg2 25. Bh6 and mate next move>
 
   May-08-07 E Straat vs Euwe, 1920 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <Asmama> Sorry did not take into account 22. Qxh7. But then you can proceed with the 22....Qb3+ attack. And if 23. Bc2 NxB and if 24. QxN Re1 + and the white queen is lost. So White has no other choice but to check after 23...NxB. For example 24. Qh1+ Re8 25. QxB+ Kc8. White ...
 
   May-04-07 Van der Wiel vs Browne, 1980 (replies)
 
Bingat29: Using two knights to attack is mind boggling, in the same way as defending against it. I think the human brain functions better in calculating in straight lines.
 
   May-04-07 Plaskett vs Igor Ivanov, 1983 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <jmrulez2004>: The threat is Rh1 mate. So QxB RxB. Any logical Queen move to prevent the queening pawn e.g. Qb7 is answered by Rhi+ and the pawn queens because QxR is answered with NxP forking the Q and K. Instead of 34. Qa7, I would prefer 34. Qb3. The pass b pawn needs ...
 
   May-01-07 Fischer vs Reshevsky, 1967 (replies)
 
Bingat29: [dassy] Maybe he does not want to lose the white bishop and the 7th rank. e,g. 26.... QxN 27. QxQ RxQ 28. Bd4 Re6 29.BxN RxB 30. RxB. Of course that is only my educated guess.
 
   Apr-16-07 J Krejcik vs J Thirring, 1898 (replies)
 
Bingat29: The move that started it all is . 8....Rd8. White looks positionally loss and black threats abound. I think one of the plausible move to avert instant disaster is 9. h3. Another is, If white is concerned of his unprotected bishop at c4, he should have swallowed his pride and ...
 
   Apr-16-07 F A Hoffmann vs A Petrov, 1844 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <WickedPawn> Maybe you mean 17. Qd5. It looks like mate in two by Rf4 and then mate in Rh4, wherever white king goes. That is why 17. Nxe5 is necessary. (Aren't Knights should be abbreviated as N so not to confuse with the King (K)? )
 
   Apr-13-07 Tal vs Petrosian, 1973 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <al wazir> Why Bf4? Its probably a blunder. Bg3 is also good but passive. I will try 24. Nxf6+ Rxf6 (if 24... Nxf6 Qxb4). 25. Bxf6 Qxf6 and then 25. Ne5 with a semblance of an attack.
 
   Apr-13-07 R Kempinski vs E Gleizerov, 2000 (replies)
 
Bingat29: <RandomVisitor> <chessmoron> I found a faster line to mate, following your brilliant key move Rh7. Check it out. 30. Rh7+ Kg5. 31. Bf6+ Kf5 <If 31... Kg4 32. Rh4+ Kf5 33. Rf4#> 32. Bh4+ Kg4 33. Rf4#. I will not tell you how long it took me to figure this mate in 4
 
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