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Bonifratz
Member since Nov-06-09 · Last seen Jul-14-18
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   Bonifratz has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-25-12 A Lastin vs Bareev, 2004 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: I'm surprised that nobody seems to have talked about the possibility of <24... Qxd6> (which was my candidate). This is somewhat more complicated, but should also win. Stockfish showed me <24... Qxd6 25. Bxd6 Bc6 26. Qd4 Rxd6 27. Qf4 Ne4 28. Qxf3 Rd2 29. Ba4 Nxg3 30. Bxc6 ...
 
   Jan-31-12 Yifan Hou vs Judit Polgar, 2012 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: What I like about this game is how Hou Yifan seems to continually be one step ahead of Judit Polgár. And the final move is very pretty.
 
   Jan-24-12 Short vs D Cummings, 1977 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: <FSR> I guess White resigned due to his shortcummings.
 
   Jan-20-12 Radjabov vs Karjakin, 2012 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: Beautiful finish. 61.? might make for a good Wednesday or Thursday puzzle some time in the future.
 
   Dec-28-11 A Strikovic vs B Ameneiro Pita, 2002 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: Why hasn't this been game of the day yet?
 
   Oct-21-11 J Grau Ribas vs A de Groot, 1997 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: Whoa... GOTD material maybe?
 
   Sep-14-11 K Spraggett vs G Spraggett, 1976 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: <Zan>, that's a beautiful mate in your first line (26...hxg6)!
 
   Jul-12-11 Smejkal vs Adorjan, 1972 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: I saw the winning move and 33. Qh4# immediately, but it took me a second or two to see 33. Qxc3, because I was too focused on finding a mate. <chesskidnate> Good that you saw 33. Qh4# eventually, as <33.Rh1+> is hardly legal. :)
 
   Jun-25-11 C Colombo vs C Steinbacher, 2008 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: Nice tribute by CG to our beloved Peter Falk!
 
   Jun-22-11 Topalov vs Karpov, 1998 (replies)
 
Bonifratz: I'm happy to say I not only saw the 51... Kxh8 52. Qh2+ line, but also the mate in the other variation, namely 51... Kg7 52. Qd7+ Qe/f7 53. Qxe/f7+ Kxh8 54. Qh7#. But I think this was easier than most Wednesdays, since the starting point was obvious.
 
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