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   Fischerfriend has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-01-18 A Gutov vs A Rustemov, 1999
Fischerfriend: To my amazement not included is: Kasparow-Karpow 3rd match, game 8. It went as follows: 16.fe (according to Kasparow, in his book, 16.Nf5 is not right.) 16..Qa2! 17.Nf5 Qe6 18.Bh6!Ne8 19.Qh5! g6! 20.Qg4 Ne5! etc. with a very exciting game (1-0).
   Jan-25-18 Taimanov vs Fischer, 1971
Fischerfriend: Comment to Garech's remark on March-16-12; I guess the endposition of your variation, after 39..Qb6, is a draw: 40.Bf6: Rf1:+ 41.Kf1: Qb1+ 42.Ke2 Qd3+ perpetual. Or 40..Qf6: 41.Nh6+ Kg7 42.Nf5+ and again a perpetual check.
   Jan-16-18 Svidler vs N Vitiugov, 2013
Fischerfriend: 16.Rd2 Rc8 17.g3 Ne3 18.Ne4 Rc2:! 19.Rc2: de 20.De4: Nc2: 21.Dc2: Bc6 22.Bg2 Bg2: 23.Qg2: Nd5 24.Kb1 Nc3+ 25.Ka1 Qb3 26.Bc3: Qa3:+ 27.Kb1 Qc3: 28.Rc1 Qb4+ 29.Qb2 Qe4+ 30.Kb1 Qb4+ 31.Qb2 draw Giri - Carlsen TATA STEEL 2018
   Dec-27-17 J Kupper vs O Neikirch, 1958
Fischerfriend: 22.Nxd4 Bc5 23.Be3 Rd8 24.Nf5 Rd1: 25.Rd1: Be3: 26.Ne3 Ne5 = The same could happen after the insertion of 22.a3 a5.
   Nov-30-17 J A Curdo vs Kudrin, 1998
Fischerfriend: Here is my try to accept the sacrifice of the rook. I am not convinced there is more than a perpetual in it. 22.. fe 23. Qg6:+ and now a. 23..Kh8 is too dangerous: 24.Ng5: Bg5: 25.Qh5+ Kg7 26.Qg5:+ Kf8 27.Re4! e5 28.Rh4 en mates. b. 23..Bg7 (of course) and now ...
   Nov-12-17 T van Dijk vs J Sarfati, 1985
Fischerfriend: The game is not shown completely here! The given result, 0-1, does not match the position after 23.Qe3 at all, because then it looks drawish. The comment of Jonathan Sarfati also indicates that some moves are 'lost'. Hope to see them back, one day.
   Nov-12-17 K H Maeder vs J Moles, 1967
Fischerfriend: Oeps! I was wrong there. After 23..Ra2: 24.fe? Ra1: -and not 24..Rc2: as I thought first- white is lost, of course. The reason for 23..Bc4 first, is that after 23..Ra2 24.Ra2: Ra2: 25.Qd3! Bd7 26.e5 white gets a tremendous attack for just a pawn.
   Nov-12-17 H Rost vs W Schneider, 1989
Fischerfriend: After 19. Qd3 -instead of 19.f3- Black can hardly move a muscle! Not a drawn position yet, if ever.

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