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   Carlos0012358 has kibitzed 49 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-28-17 Lutsko vs S B Berntsen Sahl, 2007 (replies)
Carlos0012358: 25.Qxe2 was a fatal error that leads to a quick mate. 25.Bxe2 would have extended the game, although eventually white will loose its queen and fold the tent.
   Apr-26-17 O Michaelis vs J A Leonard, 1860 (replies)
Carlos0012358: Major blunder 20.dxe5!! That leads to # in four. Best 20.Kd2
   Apr-16-17 A Anastasian vs A Duman, 2003 (replies)
Carlos0012358: Probably not insane, but certainly difficult because, after the obvious 19.exf5 to clear the e file, options abound. A couple of comments from here: 1) rather than 19....gxe5 Black could have replied earlier with 19....Nb3, attacking the white rook and forcing white to divert ...
   Apr-12-17 A Gupta vs S Mijovic, 2007 (replies)
Carlos0012358: Being late to the discussion I would just comment that after 29.Rxh7 black makes the blunder of taking the rook with 29....Kxh7 instead of setting up an escape route with 29....f6. Still under attack, black would have eventually lost but it would have been a game rather than a
   Apr-10-17 B Blumenfeld vs NN, 1903 (replies)
Carlos0012358: I would say that while Mr. Nomen Nescio is in trouble un any case, 8....NxQ definitely accelerated his demise. Had he resisted the temptation to take white's Q and played 8....f6 he could have lasted several more moves.
   Apr-06-17 A David vs V Malakhov, 2007
Carlos0012358: <Lambda> <Odd puzzle. Even though Rb8+ is the computer's choice here, I prefer Ra7+ as a practical human move because the two pawns up ending is obviously winning, while Rb8+ Kc6 is not at all easy to calculate.> The problem with 40...Kxa6 is that is isolates the K
   Apr-03-17 V S Gujrathi vs V Artemiev, 2015 (replies)
Carlos0012358: Easy enough
   Mar-31-17 Mamedyarov vs A Timofeev, 2004 (replies)
Carlos0012358: 30......hxg6 is a huge blunder!!! 30.......fxg6 is correct. While it won't win a lost game it will make the game last much longer. Maybe it was lunch time and Timo wanted to end it quickly and go eat.
   Mar-30-17 Portisch vs Huebner, 1978 (replies)
Carlos0012358: After 37.....Ne4+ Portisch blew it by playng 38.fxe4 instead of 38.Ke1. Devastating error! Back would have still had a slight advantage but the game would have continued.
   Mar-26-17 N Vitiugov vs Sasikiran, 2015 (replies)
Carlos0012358: Note that 28........Kf8 leads to 29.Qh8#, so Kf8 not a choice for black.
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