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   DWINS has kibitzed 397 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-07-16 Joel Benjamin vs Anand, 1993
DWINS: <kbob>, I just took a quick look at this game with Stockfish 7 and Anand went wrong as early as 13...g6?, instead of 13...a6 with an equal game. Both players then made more mistakes, but Anand's 21...e5? would have let Benjamin win by 24.Rh7 Ng6 25.Rxg7 Kxg7 26.Qh6+ Kg8 27.Be2 ...
   Feb-02-16 Stein vs Hort, 1967 (replies)
DWINS: <jerseybob>, 59.Nc5 looks strong, but 59.Rh8 Nd7 60.Re8 is completely winning according to Stockfish 7 (4.05).
   Jan-17-16 Fischer vs Larsen, 1971
DWINS: <bobbyperez: 34...Qxc2 saves the game.35.a5 Qd3 36.a6 c3 37.Bb7 c2 38.Bb6 ...> There is no saving the game at this point. Instead of 38.Bb6?, White wins with 38.Rc1! A likely continuation might be 38...Qd2 39.Rxc2 Qxc2 40.Bg1 Qb3 41.Ba8 h5 42.a7 Kg6 43.Bc6
   Jan-14-16 Larsen vs Fischer, 1971
DWINS: <typhoonsub>, Although 29...Qxg2+ does win, it's not nearly as strong as Fischer's 29...f3! according to Stockfish 7. Stockfish 7 gives: 29...f3! (-9.46), 29...Bxe4 30.Qxe4 f3 (-7.70), 29...Qxg2+ (-5.15)
   Jan-11-16 Judit Polgar vs Shaked, 1998
DWINS: This is another example of how much stronger today's chess engines are than they were 10 years ago. The win may have been obscure then, but Stockfish 7 gives 29...Qc2+ 30.Kg3 Nxh7 31.Qh6! Qe4 32.h3 Be8 33.Kh2 and Black is toast.
   Jan-07-16 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1937
DWINS: I enjoy revisiting games whenever new chess software comes out to see if what we thought was correct in the past is not now. It often shows how unbelievably strong the great players are. The consensus of the kibbitzers on this game, circa 2007-2009, suggest that Alekhine missed ...
   Dec-30-15 Petrosian vs Fischer, 1971 (replies)
DWINS: <Howard>, I had Komodo and Stockfish take a look at the position, and they both have 23.d6 as being significantly better than 23.g3. Here are the lines: Komodo 9.1 64-bit 2.15 (depth 24) 23.d6 Qh5 24.fxe3 Bxh2+ 25.Kf2 Kg7 26.Rh1 Rae8 27.Rxh2 Qxh2 28.Qg4+ Kf8 29.Qg5 h6 ...
   Dec-04-15 Kramnik vs Morozevich, 2014 (replies)
DWINS: <Jimfromprovidence, beenthere240>, Stockfish gives 31...g6 32.Bxf6 Qxh3 33.h7+ Kxh7 33...Qxh7 is better, but 34.Bxe7 gives White a big advantage (7.24) 34.Qd1! with a huge advantage (14.26) If 34...Qxe3+ 35.Kb1 g5 36.Bxe7 and Black is completely busted (52.03)
   Oct-23-15 L D Evans vs A Haik, 1978 (replies)
DWINS: Very interesting, <Retireborn>. However, Stockfish 6 gives a mate in 21 starting with 57.d6+. It's actually 58. d7?? which throws away the win. Here's the line: 57.d6+ Ka6 58.Qe2+ Kb7 59.Qb5+ Kc8 60.Qe8+ Kb7 61.h8=Q Qxh8+ 62.Qxh8 b1=Q 63.d7 Qc1 64.d8=Q Qf4+ 65.Kh3 Qe3+ 66.Kh4 ...
   Aug-09-15 Reshevsky vs Feuerstein, 1957 (replies)
DWINS: <BwanaVa>, If 26...Kh6, then White mates in 14 starting with 27.g4 according to Stockfish 6.
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