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FLAWLESSWIN64
Member since Apr-13-07 · Last seen Jun-18-17
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   FLAWLESSWIN64 has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-06-16 Hashim Darwish vs Zhu Chen, 2016 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: 17 Re2! was just in time.
 
   Feb-05-16 L O Hauge vs A Muzychuk, 2016 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: Score-sheet is not correct. Why not 21Nxb5(Q)?
 
   Nov-15-15 Naiditsch vs L Lenic, 2015
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: May be Black lost on time or score is incomplete.
 
   Oct-19-15 A Gutov vs Y Vovk, 2015 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: Last move to be corrected as 33...Rxc7
 
   Jul-30-15 J Hawkins vs J D Wager, 2015 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: W wins by 22 Rh4+ Kg8 (if 22.. Qxh4 23 Ng6+ & Nxh4 wins Black Queen) 23 Bh7+ Kh8 24 Bg8!+ Kxg8 25 Qh7# what a combination !
 
   Jul-13-15 Lu Shanglei vs L Bruzon Batista, 2015
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: Pawn at e2 is attacked twice and Back Rank Mate is on the cards, hence the resignation.I like the variation name Van Geet (Dunst) Opening: Napoleon Attack
 
   Feb-05-15 T Hellwig vs P Rout, 2015
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: White should be winning after 33...Nxd2 as there follows the obvious 34 Nxe7+ & 35 Nxd5 curtains down for Black, so the score-sheet is to be updated.
 
   Feb-05-15 Motylev vs S Azarov, 2009 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: On move 25 Qa5 the die was casted already, Black must lose his Q! if 25..b6 then comes 26 Qg5! now if 26...Qxa1+ then there is 27 Rf1+! f6 28 Qxe3! & next 29 Qe7# so Black has to play 28...Qxf1+ to delay W's mate!
 
   Jan-04-15 D Sengupta vs Zhao Jun, 2015 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: Surprisingly, there is no kibitzing on this beautiful game so far ?
 
   Dec-15-14 Adams vs Anand, 2014 (replies)
 
FLAWLESSWIN64: I do not agree with Sokrates.... Here if the background is taken into account then playing Berlin can be understood. Michael Adams was in the Carlsen team during 2014 WCCh as RL- Berlin was ably supported by Adams as second! Hence this game may be considered as extended ...
 
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