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   DWINS has kibitzed 388 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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.
   Jul-18-15 Kasparov vs Korchnoi, 1983
DWINS: I checked 14...Nxg4 with Stockfish 6 and Komodo 9.1 and it's not sufficient to save Korchnoi. However, the resulting position was complicated enough that both players misplayed it. Kasparov's 16.Rf2 was a mistake and should have led to a draw. He could have kept the advantage ...
   Jul-15-15 Tal vs Robert E Byrne, 1971 (replies)
DWINS: Black is completely lost in the final position. A possible continuation might be 41.f7 Ke7 42.f8=Q+ Kxf8 43.Rxg4 Ke7 44.Kf2 Kf6 45.Ke3 Kf5 46.Rf4+ Ke5 47.Rh2 Bg6 48.Rxd4 cxd4+ 49.Kd2 and Black won't be able to handle the passed pawns on both sides of the board, especially since he'll ...
   Jul-14-15 Mednis vs Fischer, 1963
DWINS: I had Stockfish 6 and Komodo 9.1 analyze the 24th move and they both give the best line as 24.Rd5 Rxe7 25.dxe7 Nc6 26.Nd6 g6 27.Nxc8 Nxe7 28.Nxe7+ with a white advantage of 2.07.
   Jul-13-15 Steinitz vs Chigorin, 1889
DWINS: <SpaceRunner>, Black has no defense at this point in the game. If 35...Rxf4 36.Qxf4 Qxb5, 37.Bxf6! looks decisive. Taking the bishop leads to mate: 37...Bxf6 38.Qd6+ Be7 39.Qxe7# or 37...gxf6 38.Qh6+ Ke8 39.Qxh7 Nc6 40.Qg8+ Kd7 41.Be6+ Kd6 42.Qxc8 and Stockfish 6 shows forced ...
   Jul-13-15 A Hoffmann vs Fischer, 1963
DWINS: In the Lasker line, 13...Qxe4 14.Bxf7+ Kf8 15.Bg8, Stockfish 6 agrees that 15...Qf5 is the best move. However, it still loses after 16.Rd3 with threats of Ng5 followed by Rf3. Stockfish gives a White advantage of 4.58.
   Jun-27-15 Huebner vs Tal, 1987 (replies)
DWINS: <thegoodanarchist>, 35...Qh1+ is decisive, but 35...Qf6+ loses. Black has no good followup.
   Jun-20-15 Petrosian vs Reshevsky, 1968
DWINS: 39...Rf8?? is the fatal mistake. According to Stockfish 6, 39...Kf7, 39...Kf8, or 39...Rg5 is completely even.
   Jun-18-15 Smirin vs Blatny, 2001 (replies)
DWINS: Black is worse in the final position, but resigning seems to be very premature. Does anyone know the back story to this game?
   Feb-25-15 Fischer vs Larsen, 1970 (replies)
DWINS: <Nerwal>, You're absolutely right! I have noticed this a few times before. I wonder if the developers have seen this type of behavior from Stockfish?
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