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Member since Sep-03-03 · Last seen Nov-16-13
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   Camus has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-05 Rellstab vs Najdorf, 1950 (replies)
Camus: what about 19.f4 Nc6 20.Nxf7 ? For example: 20. ... Kxf7 21.Bc4+ ... a)21. ...Re6 22.f5 b)21. ...Ke7 22.Qd6# c)21. ...Kf6 22.Bg5# d)21. ...Kf8 22.Qd5 Qf6 23.Bg5... Is there something I missed?
   Dec-09-04 Van der Wiel vs Tiviakov, 2001 (replies)
Camus: <orior> 19....Kd7 20. Nc5+ bc 21.Qb5+ c6 (20. ... Kc8 21.Bb7+) 22.Qb7+ Ke8 23.Bc6+ Nxc6 (23. ... Rd7 24.Qb8+) 24.Qxf7#
   Dec-09-04 Vaganian vs Korchnoi, 1975 (replies)
Camus: <ice lemon tea> in your line black can capture the queen 41. ... Qxe4, but 41.Rd4+ Ke5 (41. ... Kf3 42 Qh5+) 42. f4 Ke6 43.Qd7#
   Dec-07-04 Alekhine vs Mendelevic, 1930 (replies)
Camus: 27. ... Qe8 (to protect f7) 28. Bxh7 Kf8 29.Rg3 and black cannot avoid mate on the next move. In the played line this wouldn't have worked because the could have escaped on e8 allowing the bishop to cut the rook check.
   Dec-03-04 Queen's Gambit Declined (D06) (replies)
Camus: <euripides> thanks a lot! I think I'll try this plan the next time. I shouldn't be so afraid of the Albin-gambit!
   Dec-03-04 Queen's Indian (E12) (replies)
Camus: <tomh72000> you're right: the line named after Petrosian is 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e6 3.Nf3 b6 and then 4.a3!, which is far better than 3.a3?!
   Nov-10-04 Mecking vs A Rocha, 1969 (replies)
Camus: <sourcerer> It seems like black prefered to take the risk of a quick death, since his position is lost even without the combo, so i.e. 19. ... Rd8 20. Nc4 and the e-pawn could hardly be stopped
   Oct-29-04 Tal vs B Gasic, 1966 (replies)
Camus: What would white have played after 27. ... Re8? Perhaps 28. f6? But is the position so hopeless that black should resign immediately?
   Mar-24-04 Y Sakharov vs Cherepkov, 1968 (replies)
Camus: Also to mention, that exchanging rooks first (35. Rxd6)would not have been good, because Black's king could escape then via f8 after Bxh7
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