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   Fish55 has kibitzed 301 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-12-18 Carlsen vs K Holm, 2018 (replies)
Fish55: I found it, but I don't think it's a Monday puzzle. 29.Qg5+ also looks tempting. Carlsen shouldn't have missed the mat but I can see myself missing it in a game.
   Mar-08-18 Neo Zhu vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
Fish55: Rxg2+ followed by Rxf2+ was the first variation I looked at. Good instincts or luck?
   Mar-06-18 A Rychagov vs A Lanin, 2008 (replies)
Fish55: <Honey Blend> I agree. Either 14.Nb5 or 14.Rxd6 wins a piece.
   Feb-15-18 Tolnai vs Z Gyimesi, 1993 (replies)
Fish55: No, I missed yesterday's but got today's. 37.Kg4 Qd1+ sends the white king back to g3 for the Qd3 check. If 36.gxh3, Rb2+ followed by Qd1+ or Qd3+.
   Feb-14-18 Larsen vs Joel Benjamin, 1987 (replies)
Fish55: <FSR> Same as you.
   Sep-20-17 K Holzmueller vs K Hayward, 1991
Fish55: You're correct. 29.Kf2 was a notation error - white intended to send an "if" move: 29.Bxf7 if 29...Kxf7 then 30.Kf2 but omitted the xf7 parts.
   Aug-17-17 Seidman vs G Kramer, 1946 (replies)
Fish55: I saw 24.Ne7+, which also wins, but is not as strong at 24.Nf6+.
   Jul-28-17 Xtracon Chess Open (2017) (replies)
Fish55: <Phil Feeley> There are 16 different opponents in the 16 games. You are probably right about there being two of them.
   May-21-17 St. Louis Spring Classic (Group B) (2017) (replies)
Fish55: A 5-0 start for Awonder! He's very likely to earn a GM norm here.
   Apr-30-17 Shirov vs Korchnoi, 2004 (replies)
Fish55: I agree with the 2009 commentators that it is not that difficult to spot 24.Bd3 with the idea of 24...Rxd2 (or 24...g6 25. Qg4) 25. Qh5, Rxd3 26.Ng5 with mate to follow.
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