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Member since Nov-23-06 · Last seen May-24-17
Currently rated 1722, highest was 1912. Two children who play, younger one may become a master. Live in New York.
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   Breunor has kibitzed 208 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-13-17 Karpov vs Huebner, 1982 (replies)
Breunor: Amazing game by Karpov! He had such a positional sense - sacrifices for positional superiority!
   Apr-23-17 M Mchedlishvili vs M Parligras, 2015 (replies)
Breunor: Jim, Nice puzzle, but I think the post above by 5Hrsolver gives it away! The first case can finish with Rd2 while the second one can't. (I never would have gotten this on my own.)
   Apr-16-17 Plaskett vs Hartston, 1986
Breunor: I think the comments above about black's 12th are incorrect. White is threatening Bc7. If say 12 ...Nxa1? 13 Bc7, black would then lose his queen. If Qe7 then 14 Bh5 ch leads to mate (14 g6 15 Bxg6ch hxg6 16 Qxg6.) Best then is just to give up the queen but I suspect 12 Kf7 was to ...
   Apr-16-17 Ruifeng Li vs D Howell, 2017
Breunor: It looks to me that 99 Ba7 was the critical mistake which ultimately let the e pawn fall.
   Apr-08-17 G Kuzmin vs Groszpeter, 1990 (replies)
Breunor: Oh thanks Morfishine!
   Apr-02-17 D Swiercz vs J Xiong, 2017
Breunor: Beautiful game by Swiercz, d5!
   Mar-20-17 Wei Yi vs H Melkumyan, 2015
Breunor: Agree with Alexandro, I think Black was winning or at least better before. But then Rxh3 ch just loses a piece; maybe Rc8 can hold, although it is still bad with the took trapped in the corner.
   Mar-19-17 Yu Yangyi vs D Khismatullin, 2017
Breunor: Can while play 33 R x d6? If black recapture on d6 the B x f4?
   Mar-05-17 Ju Wenjun vs L Javakhishvili, 2011 (replies)
Breunor: It seems to me that trading the bishop for the knight was a mistake.
   Feb-26-17 Ljubojevic vs Kramnik, 1996 (replies)
Breunor: I'm not sure that 24 g4 was the problem here - Black was threatening 24 ... B c8 after playing e5 with threats to trap the white queen. I think the problem was that white felt he had to play 24 g4 (or potentially find some tactical shot I'm not seeing) to get the queen free.
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