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C4gambit
Member since May-21-10 · Last seen Jun-05-13
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   C4gambit has kibitzed 82 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-05-13 Opocensky vs K Skalicka, 1936 (replies)
 
C4gambit: This is probably a stupid question, but why not 5.Qxc6?
 
   Apr-14-13 P Hopman vs I Rogers, 1996 (replies)
 
C4gambit: What a finish !!
 
   Jan-26-13 A Rodriguez Vila vs G Vescovi, 2012 (replies)
 
C4gambit: Felt so good finding the b4! Then felt stupid cause I missed the knight move defense! How much advantage did white really have with his Q against 2 R? And, why not 14. ... e6xN?
 
   Dec-23-12 S P Tanin vs G Sanakoev, 1960 (replies)
 
C4gambit: that's a puzzle!! i am not insane...
 
   Dec-14-12 C Hansen vs O Borik, 1998 (replies)
 
C4gambit: ah ... almost there! Got the basic idea, saw that fxe frees the c4 rook to move sideways, but missed that it also frees the other rook to go upwards!
 
   Dec-02-12 S Volkov vs Movsesian, 1998 (replies)
 
C4gambit: I saw it right away.. by clicking the right arrow !!
 
   Nov-28-12 Khmelnitsky vs Plachetka, 1997 (replies)
 
C4gambit: 44.b7 Nxb7 45.c7 should win
 
   Nov-20-12 A Fuderer vs J H Donner, 1952 (replies)
 
C4gambit: Took me a while to figure out why white could not play the knight in move 13. I think 13 Nh5 is met by Bf8. By playing dxc5 first white removes the night that is guarding f6 pawn. So now 14 Nh5 Bf8 15.Nxf6+ Kh8 16.Qxh7 mate.
 
   Nov-05-12 D Sheppard vs R Fischer, 1995 (replies)
 
C4gambit: Simple answer would be: 35.Rf2-f8. But better is: 35. RxB KxR 36. Bc4+ Kh8 37. Rf8++ Placing the queen in e6 might lengthen a bit.
 
   Nov-02-12 M Steadman vs B Rider, 1995 (replies)
 
C4gambit: I knew it was time for the f6 night to jump on it's target, just didn't know which one was the target!!
 
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