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Exploding
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   Exploding has kibitzed 35 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-14-17 A Kharatyan vs A Gasik, 2007 (replies)
 
Exploding: <<Jimfromprovidence>> Its clear that 43...Kd5?? 44 Rxd6+! draws. But is black plays 43...Kf5!! when white plays 43 Re6+, Black wins: 44 Rf6+ Ke4! and any rook check is met by a interference of the knight and discovered check. e.g. 45 Rf4+ Nxf4+ 46 Ke1 Qg1#.
 
   Jul-02-16 M Narciso Dublan vs Y Kryvoruchko, 2008
 
Exploding: <David2009> For your 80...♕xf4+ after 86. ♔h5 ♕g5 is mate.
 
   Apr-17-16 Zhong Zhang vs Sadvakasov, 1998 (replies)
 
Exploding: White can prolong the game with 40. ♕c8+.
 
   Apr-14-16 U Atakisi vs M Al-Modiahki, 2006
 
Exploding: <e4Newman> I don't know. Maybe the Megabase 2016 have some more.
 
   Apr-12-16 Keres vs I Raud, 1929 (replies)
 
Exploding: A kid can not resist a free rook. (Gives you 1 minute to find out the grammar mistake and correct it.)
 
   Apr-12-16 Sakaev vs Kramnik, 1989
 
Exploding: <refutor> Kramnik was still a kid at that point.
 
   Apr-12-16 Gelfand vs Svidler, 2001 (replies)
 
Exploding: <siegbert> What is your rating anyway?
 
   Mar-31-16 Winawer vs S Rosenthal, 1883 (replies)
 
Exploding: <Shams> 9...♘e8 is an illegal move.
 
   Mar-30-16 J Hohmeister vs Wolff, 1993
 
Exploding: <dippel> Good job, the line you metioned. Sadly, after 9...♕h4 white has the strong move 10.♘d4+! When after 10...b5!, attacking the bishop on a4, white has 11.♗e3! (The only move to keep the game going, otherwise black will be winning). Now after 11...ba4?
 
   Mar-30-16 D Mastrovasilis vs Illescas Cordoba, 2004
 
Exploding: Amazing game. I like black how make his king to the safe home a8 starting with 17...♔c6!.
 
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