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   Delboy has kibitzed 273 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-17-17 Seidman vs Denker, 1942 (replies)
Delboy: 19. ... Nxg3 is an excellent knight sacrifice if sound. Does black win in all variations? Is 23. Kf1 stronger?
   Oct-14-17 V Ciocaltea vs C Radovici, 1968 (replies)
Delboy: Some nice tactics in the final phase of this game. White resigned because 28. ... Qg1+ 29. Nxg1 Ng3# cannot be sensibly prevented
   Oct-11-17 D Bondoc vs J Szmetan, 1980
Delboy: Black beautifully exploits the kingside weaknesses exposed by the injudicious f-pawn advances on moves 10 and 11. The knight sac 19. ... Bd5+ just has to be right
   Oct-11-17 Velimirovic vs J Szmetan, 1978
Delboy: I'm not sure what Velimirovic saw when he played the clearly unsound 18. Nxf7 and 19. Rd6 follow-up. Other defences also look like they would have held comfortably for black.
   Oct-01-17 Smejkal vs R Akesson, 1988
Delboy: Stunning finale with 26. ... Ncxe4! 27. fxe4 Ng4, and white threw in the towel in view of 28. Qg3 (or Qf4) Qxh2+! 29. Qxh2 Nf2#
   Sep-28-17 D K Shah vs N Pienabarca, 2013 (replies)
Delboy: <Amarande> 9. Nd2 is met by 9. ... Bxd2+, and the bishop cannot be taken (10. Bxd2 Qf2#)
   Sep-19-17 Hoi vs L Ogaard, 1978
Delboy: Indeed ... Sorry for this moment of blindness
   Sep-08-17 D Sorm vs A Zienkiewicz, 2007 (replies)
Delboy: The white QR gets to do a lot of work in this game. It would have been amusing if it had retreated to h1 on move 20, a surely unique intrusion of this piece into a castled king's chambers
   Aug-23-17 D Polajzer vs Plachetka, 1990
Delboy: The audacious looking king walk to e5 is indeed the best way to exploit the pin on the c1-h6 diagonal
   Aug-21-17 E Korchmar vs E Poliak, 1937 (replies)
Delboy: As much as this game has several attractive sacrificial combinations, these are not exceptionally deep. So I am somewhat hesitant in accepting that this is THE "Immortal" game of a nation with as strong a chess playing tradition as the Ukraine
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