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DoubleCheck
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   DoubleCheck has kibitzed 154 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-28-10 Kasparov vs NN, 2010 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Excellent combination from Kasparov 21. Ne7+! Qxe7 22. Qg6+ Bg7 23. Bxe6+ Rf7 24. Qxg7# Kingscrusher has video annotated the game nicely; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nM9Q...
 
   Jan-05-10 I Nyzhnyk vs A Pijpers, 2009 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: I thought Ra6 was a decisive error 29...Nf4 30. R5d2 Bf7(Kh7) If 31. Be3 then either Rad8 or Rg8 Black should of waited to see how white was going to make progress
 
   Dec-31-09 Zukertort vs Steinitz, 1886 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: <<Corwin>: hey, what about 13. c6 ? it hammers black's queenside as far as i can see. <<<<<keypusher>>: <<<aragorn69>>> Hey, good point. What about 13. c6 Nxc6 14. bxc6 Rb8 15. Rb1 Bxa3 threatening ...Bb4+. Does that ...
 
   Dec-02-09 S Boden vs Bird / Dobell, 1873 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: <<patzer2> If 14. Rxf2, then 14...Qe1+ Rf1 dxc3+> Black is not winning; 14. Rxf2 Qe1+? 15. Rf1 dxc3+?? 16. d4! Bxd4+ 17. Kh1 - 16. d4! Forced moves can also be good ones Blacks first rank is vunerable and queen en prise. 1-0
 
   Oct-17-09 P Romanovsky vs N Grigoriev, 1924 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Todays Candidate moves <24. Bxc8 ?!> <24. Bg4 ?!> <24. Qxf7 ?!> <24. Be6 ?!> The more I look, the more I like Be6 since it to threatens capture f7 and White is easily winning If Black was to accept the sarcifice via <24...fxe6?? 25. dxe6! ...
 
   Oct-11-09 Nijboer vs Anand, 1998 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Black to move (17...?) Candidates include <Rxc3?!> <Ba4?!> Both "look" unsound but Im hoping abit of analysis shows it might ok Other moves <Nh7> <Nd5> <Bc5> All fail since Qh3 gives White a sizable advantage Initially Im thinking ...
 
   Sep-30-09 Xie Jun vs J V Demina, 1992 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Generally speaking before starting a winning/material-gaining combination in a chess game a player must first assess what candidate moves are most forcing; (38...?) Ne2+ ?! Nh3+ ?! Less forcing but more subtle-positional moves might include; h3 ?! Rh6 ?! Rh8 ?! First ...
 
   Sep-27-09 Bogoljubov vs Ed. Lasker, 1924 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Ok so at position (36...?) I have a couple but important candidate moves Rxc7 Kf7 Both seem 'appropriate' but only one will help the move order! First, lets try Rxc7 36...Rxc7 37. Bxc7 Kf6 38. Kf2 g4 39. Ke3 h5 40. g3 h4 41. gxh4 gxh4 Variation at 40. g3 -> 40.
 
   Sep-25-09 Kasparov vs Karpov, 2009 (replies)
 
DoubleCheck: Karpov could of reached an even better position with 47...b4! 47...b4! 48. Kxd4 b3 49. Kc3 b2 50. Rb5 b1=Q! 51. Rxb1 Rxh2 52. Rb5 Kg4 53. Rb7 g5 54. fxg5 hxg5 0-1
 
   Sep-25-09 Karpov vs Kasparov, 2009
 
DoubleCheck: 10. Nbc3 exd5 11. exd5 Re8 12. Re1 Bf5 13. Nf4 Re1+ 14. Qxe1+ N8d7 15. Qe2 Ne5 16. Be3 Rc8 17. Rd1 a6 Is still vitually even just like the game continuation.
 
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