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Fisheremon
Member since Oct-25-06 · Last seen Sep-03-13
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   Fisheremon has kibitzed 461 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-05-07 S Makarichev vs A Sokolov, 1982 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: <alshatranji: The best moves for the two sides after 0-0-0 seem to be 26...Rf8, 27. h7+ Kxh7, 28. Qxf8 Qg7, which doesn't look very good for White. Any suggestions anybody?> 29.Qxg7+ Kxg7+ 30.Rdg1+ Kh7 31.Rg5 with next Rhg1 and White's active rooks decide the game.
 
   May-05-07 Plaskett vs Igor Ivanov, 1983 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: <Bingat29: Instead of 34. Qa7, I would prefer 34. Qb3. The pass b pawn needs immediate attention.> Perhaps, you meant 34.Qb2, but Black has 34...Rc3, so 34.Qa7 is more convincing (of course 33...b3?, better 33...Rc7!? defendable). White should play 37.Bb1! on a move earlier
 
   May-05-07 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1986 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: < Hesam7: <Fischeremon> I am not sure that <25...Ncd3> would give Karpov the advantage. White can play <26.Bxd3 Nxd3 27.Rxd3 cxd3 28.Nd7 Qd6 29.Nxb8 Qxb8 30.Nb1 Qe5 31.Nc3>. Black might have compensation but I do not think that he has an advantage.> ...
 
   May-03-07 Ragozin vs Boleslavsky, 1942 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: Certainly 15...Qd7?, but after 15...gxh6 16.Nf5 Bf4 17.Qg4+ Bg5 18.f4 a "human-oriented" estimation shows that the position is still quite unpleasant for Black, e.g. seemingly the best for him could be 18...Kh8 19.fxg5 fxg5 20.Nxh6 Nd6 21.Qg3 f5 22.Re6 Nc4 23.Qc3 Qd5 24.Rae1 and ...
 
   Apr-26-07 Capablanca vs T A Carter, 1909 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: It was a surprise from Capa that he denied the simple 22.Ng2 and went to an unclear sac 22.Rxh5, cos' 23...Qd6!? (instead of 23...Rae8??) seemed defendable.
 
   Apr-21-07 V Zvjaginsev vs Zhang Pengxiang, 2006 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: Perhaps 17.g4?! and the sac was not correct, although it's brave. Black made 3 mistakes: 24...Rdf8? (24...Bc6!?), 29...g5?! (29...Rg8!?) and losing 30...Re8?
 
   Apr-21-07 Kiril D Georgiev vs Kasparov, 1988 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: Perhaps it was a blitz, cos' a lot of mistakes. The most notable are: 23.Nd6? losing, 23...R8c5?! (23...Bf8! winning). At 38 and 40 moves White missed Nxf7 with advantage. 51...g5??? an amateur blunder !! (51...b1Q+!? with chances to win, but likely a draw).
 
   Apr-15-07 Kasparov vs Ivanchuk, 1995 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: <chesswonders: Nice notes by Raymond Keene> It could be nearly true, cos' White admitted only one losing move 27.Nc1? (not noted by commentator!?) just showing his poor knowledge in French.
 
   Apr-14-07 Shirov vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: 15.Nce2?! should be counted as opening mistake (15.Nxc6!?) 18.Be3?! (18.fxe5!? dxe5 19.Be3 exd4 20.Nxd4 White's a bit better) 24.Rfe1?! (Nde2!?) 26.b4? losing (26.Nd5!? still defendable).
 
   Apr-13-07 Timman vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
 
Fisheremon: <Eyal: <Fisheremon: 34...Rf8 35.Bc4 Kh8 36.Nf5 and White's a bit better.> I think that after 36...Bxa1 37.Rxa1 Nc7/f6 it's about equal - actually, 34...Bb7 is probably better for Black, so that after the sequence 35.Bc4 Kh8 36.Nf5 Bxa1 37.Rxa1 there would be 37...Qg6. ...
 
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