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Fischerfriend
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   Fischerfriend has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-30-18 E Paehtz vs S Bezgodova, 2014 (replies)
 
Fischerfriend: Something funny going on: In the final position black is a rook down in a very simplified endgame. How can this be a draw?!
 
   Oct-30-18 Vermeulen vs Akohangas, 1948
 
Fischerfriend: 22..Ka8 would have won easily, I thought for a while. But then it dawned to me: 23.Qb3 Rb8 24.Qb8:+! Rb8: 25.Rb8:+ Kb8: 26.Nd7:+ and white is a piece ahead, in stead of a rook behind!
 
   Sep-19-18 L Schmid vs J Kristinsson, 1970
 
Fischerfriend: The same game as Jansa-Martens, also included here, until 21.Rf4, where Martens played Bf7 and won, much later. Allthough should be a little better, it is hard to find a good plan.
 
   Sep-14-18 M Lanzani vs I Almasi, 2001
 
Fischerfriend: After 27.Nf4? Nf4: 28.ef Red7 black is out of danger. White could have tried to hold on to his advantage by 27.Rc6 or 27.Rc4, followed by doubling on the c-file. Then 27..Nc5? is worthless, as white does not even have to take the N after a Nb3+. Anyway, Almasi scored half a ...
 
   Jul-16-18 V Gashimov vs Karjakin, 2010
 
Fischerfriend: 24..Be6: 25.Be4! Qd7 26.Bb7: Qb7: 27.Qe6:+ also draws by perpetual check.
 
   Jul-08-18 C H Alexander vs Botvinnik, 1936
 
Fischerfriend: 'The books' recommend 10.ed ed and only then 11.Nf4, after which Black would have problems defending his d pawn.
 
   Jul-08-18 J Pokojowczyk vs Polugaevsky, 1976
 
Fischerfriend: On the 38th and 39th black can pick off a full white rook.... Something wrong there with the notation sheet, I guess. Does not matter that much, because by then Polu had his opponent wrapped up already.
 
   Jul-08-18 Suetin vs Y Sakharov, 1965
 
Fischerfriend: 24..Kg8 25.Re1? Rfc8 26.Re3 Rc2: and black wins. So white better takes the perpetual check. Like he did.
 
   Jul-08-18 S Milliet vs N Brunner, 2010
 
Fischerfriend: If 16.Qd6:? then Qc3:+ -after 16..Qd6: 17.Bd6: Ng2:+ white has compensation for the pawn- 17.Kd1 e5! -not Bd7? 18.Rb7!- white is lost.
 
   Jun-28-18 Li Tian Yeoh vs Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, 2013
 
Fischerfriend: 16..Bg7 ‘Black’s developement has been accelerated and the pawn will still drop’, Says Jiones to his game against Ragger, in NIC, 2017/2.
 
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