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Fischerfriend
Member since Oct-04-17 · Last seen Dec-12-17
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   Fischerfriend has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   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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