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   EIDorado has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-24-18 Chessgames Bookie chessforum (replies)
EIDorado: How long does the Spring Leg last?
   Mar-14-18 Xiao Zhang vs Hanxue Gao, 2017 (replies)
EIDorado: @SpamIAm It's correct as it is, the c6 knight has to be defended, so 11. ... g6 doesn't work. I didn't get it either, so you're not alone.
   Mar-13-18 O Korneev vs Aronian, 1996 (replies)
EIDorado: @Pchief with a single black rook on the board the king values as much as a night, so white has a knight and a pawn for the rook. Considering the active passed pawns and passive black king, you don't even check ending theory or variants: you just say to yourself "If white doesn't ...
   Mar-12-18 Carlsen vs K Holm, 2018 (replies)
EIDorado: @Jamboree That's because Carlsen put him out of his opening book first. Then Carlsen assessed the position much better, while the 2436 was simply lost in the woods.
   Mar-07-18 Sasikiran vs S D Swapnil, 2017 (replies)
EIDorado: @ Grandma Surleigh white can't move 44. Ke4 if you look carefully. You got to move Kf3 first, and only after that Ke4.
   Feb-27-18 H Milligan vs S Wu, 2008 (replies)
EIDorado: Having recently re-read the pin chapter by Nimzowitsch, it was easier than Monday.
   Feb-26-18 World Championship Candidates (2018) (replies)
EIDorado: I think MC showed some weakness against Karjakin just like Anand did against Gelfand. The lucky winner of the Candidates Tournaments has a nice opportunity to replace Carlsen after only three WC cycles. That's almost half of Anand's.
   Feb-15-18 Tolnai vs Z Gyimesi, 1993 (replies)
EIDorado: @Ian McGarett thanks for clarification!
   Jan-31-18 A Sokolov vs Naiditsch, 2015 (replies)
EIDorado: @Cheapo by the dozen: It is just as forced as the main solution: 40.Rd8 Ra8 41.Rf8+ Qf8 42.Qf8 Rf8 43. Re8, and 44. Rf8 checkmate. I suppose you meant Rd8 because you can't move Re8.
   Apr-13-17 J Dworakowska vs Shabalov, 2006 (replies)
EIDorado: what about Ne3 followed by Nc2 or Qh3. It looks simple and effective to me.
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