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   DWINS has kibitzed 416 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-17 Karpov vs Robert E Byrne, 1971 (replies)
DWINS: <chesscat1963: The computer seems to like 15...bxg2 instead of rg8.> I'm not sure what computer you're using but Stockfish 8 agrees with Byrne's 15...Rg8 and considers 15...Bxg2 a mistake as after 16.Bb5+ White has a big advantage.
   Jul-11-17 Judit Polgar vs Anand, 1991
DWINS: <LA MAN>, After 13.Nf5, Black simply takes the knight and White is completely lost.
   Nov-23-16 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016 (replies)
DWINS: Bf6 does NOT win. It's a simple draw after the Queens are exchanged as long as the bishops stay on the board.
   Nov-17-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
DWINS: Bob Beamon's record was broken in 1991 by Mike Powell.
   Sep-03-16 Euwe vs Alekhine, 1935 (replies)
DWINS: <An Englishman>, 22...Bxc5? loses to 23.Qc4+ This is what Purdy said about the position after 21...e5, "In this wretched position, Alekhine realizes that it is no use trying to hold everything, so why not have a run for his money? The last 20 moves are just skittles on his part ...
   Aug-18-16 Timman vs Kasparov, 1991
DWINS: In the Classical Fianchetto Variation of the King's Indian Defense, developed after World War II by the Soviet grandmasters Isaac Boleslavsky and David Bronstein, Black gives up his pawn toehold in the center with 10...exd4 to obtain mobility for his pieces. Normally White would have ...
   Jun-11-16 Fischer vs Spassky, 1972 (replies)
DWINS: <N.O.F. NAJDORF: I wonder why Fischer did not play 37 Rf7.> This has been mentioned before quite a few times, and while it does win, Fischer's choice 37.Qe4 is considerably stronger. Stockfish 7 evaluates 37.Qe4 as 22.75, while 37.Rf7 is evaluated as 8.34
   Jun-07-16 Viktor Korchnoi (replies)
DWINS: I agree, <morfishine>. It's always a sad day when the chess world loses a prominent player, but I disliked Korchnoi as a person and never cared for his chess style. His results, however, were outstanding and speak for themselves.
   May-23-16 Teichmann vs Blackburne, 1897 (replies)
DWINS: A thorough study of the position after 56.Kg2 would help anyone increase their understanding of chess whether a beginner or grandmaster. Yes, I said grandmaster. LOL! I say this because of the sheer number of analysts that have misanalyzed this, such as Znosko-Borovsky, Steiner, Fine,
   May-20-16 Max Euwe (replies)
DWINS: <Monoceros: Is there a good text, preferably with an English translation, describing the 1935 championship match?> "Extreme Chess" by C.J.S. Purdy covers this match along with their 1937 rematch and the 1972 Spassky-Fischer match.
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