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   FlashinthePan has kibitzed 100 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-03-19 V Ciocaltea vs C Radovici, 1968
FlashinthePan: <MrMelad> Yes, I overlooked the bishop on a7, my bad.
   Jan-12-19 I Saric vs M Bosiocic, 2018 (replies)
FlashinthePan: Beautiful! And the final swischenzug queen diversion of 27.Rd7 comes as the icing on the cake.
   Jan-04-19 Zubov vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
FlashinthePan: Parvis Carlsen?
   Dec-06-18 S Slipak vs T Gibson, 2008 (replies)
FlashinthePan: My first idea was Rxd1, but I didn't find the winning continuation, then I saw Ne5 and really thought it was the right move, because I missed the simple defense of Qxf6. But damn, it didn't occur to me to combine Rxd1 and Ne5 as in the game.
   Dec-05-18 Balashov vs Jansa, 2017
FlashinthePan: Qxf3+ was also winning for Black on move 38, before Re2+.
   Nov-29-18 Carlsen - Caruana World Championship Match (2018) (replies)
FlashinthePan: <Check It Out> Caruana may very well have also prepared a second speech, for victory.
   Nov-04-18 Radjabov vs O Bortnyk, 2016 (replies)
FlashinthePan: I found the game's continuation up to 20.Qxg5 +Kf7, but then I thought 21.Rxh5 was the winning move, as I missed Black's defense of 21...Qe5 forcing the exchange of queens and annihilating White's attack. The game's 21.Qxh5 is indeed a brilliancy.
   Oct-01-18 Chandler vs Y Gruenfeld, 1979 (replies)
FlashinthePan: Never seen it before. I saw the idea of 28...Bg1 with the double mate threat pretty soon, but then got stuck for a couple minutes finding the proper move order. Not a Monday puzzle by any stretch of the imagination if you're new to it.
   May-18-18 K Rathnakaran vs K Arjun, 2017
FlashinthePan: <landshark> That's right, thanks, I missed it.
   Apr-08-18 P Motwani vs P Roca, 1986 (replies)
FlashinthePan: <patzer2> If 37...Qxd5 instead of Qc4+ as in your analysis, 38.Qxd5 Rd8 and, after 39.Qe5+ Kg8, 40.Qe6+ Kg7, White apparently can't win, or am I missing something?
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