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DuaneTiemann
Member since Nov-22-05 · Last seen Jul-25-17
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   DuaneTiemann has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Dec-16-15 O B Vea vs F B Jacobsen, 2014 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: <jith1207> after Qxb2, Rh8 instead of exchanging queens is mate.
 
   Dec-11-07 L B Hansen vs Timman, 1994 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: Why would black leave the c pawn hanging at 10? Why wouldn't white just take it?
 
   Nov-21-07 Balashov vs Z Lanka, 1988 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: Looks to me like 22 exd5 nxd5 and we're at the same point again.
 
   Feb-17-07 Kurajica vs P Littlewood, 1980 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: Did he miss a mate with 26. Qh5?
 
   Jan-22-07 Matulovic vs Asfary, 1972 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: White's e pawn seems to lead a charmed life. Why doesn't black ever take it? And white doesn't defend it. What do they see that I don't? Is it just that it shields black's king? Is that worth a pawn's life?
 
   Dec-26-06 J Stocek vs Eingorn, 1998 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: Looks to me like 34. Nd7+ wins a couple pawns. 34. Nd7+ Kg8 35. Rxe4 Rxd7 36. Qxd7 Pxe4 37. Qxb7
 
   Mar-12-06 Ljubojevic vs J H Donner, 1973 (replies)
 
DuaneTiemann: Why wouldn't black play 26..rf8 instead of re6 to protect the pawn?
 
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