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Member since Aug-26-19 · Last seen Sep-16-19
I am person who enjoys chess and am probably about 1550 strength at the moment. I prefer attacking chess and tactics so my favorite players are logically Alexander Alekhine and Bobby Fischer.

   GraberChess has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-16-19 C Coppola vs B Macias Murillo, 2009 (replies)
GraberChess: Edit: Maybe just 36. fxg6 is a better move for Black in my analysis and leads to a pawn up endgame for him after 37. Qxh4 Qxf3+ 38. Rg2 Qxc3 and taking back a pawn and equalizing material is suicidal after 39. Rxg6 Re1+ 40. Kg2 Qc2+ 41. Kh3 Re3+ 42. Kg4 Qxg6+ or 41. Kf3 Re3+ 42.
   Sep-13-19 T Palmer vs D Moody, 1999 (replies)
GraberChess: @Phony Benoni. Cool and entertaining insight. I did not realize at first that was you actually playing in the game.
   Sep-05-19 Smyslov vs Reshevsky, 1948
GraberChess: Sure no problem, they were quite instructive.
   Sep-05-19 Huzman vs A Graf, 1982 (replies)
GraberChess: @petemccabe, lol I like that explanation.
   Aug-26-19 C Bauer vs Alekhine, 1926
GraberChess: Can somebody display the winning line after 31. g3. Clearly 31. Qh3 32. Kf2 Qg2+ 33. Ke1 Nxf3 34. Bxf3 Bxf3 35. Qxe5 does not work. It may be 33. Bxf3 with the continuations of 34. Bxf3 Nxf3+ 35. Kd1 Qxf1+ 36. Kc2 Qe2 37. Kb3 (37. Kc1 Qd2#) Nd2+ and 38. Nxd1 or 34. Rb2 Bxe2 35. ...
   Aug-26-19 P Smederevac vs Tomsic, 1957
GraberChess: I am not sure if this affects your analysis at all but just noting that after 16. Qa4 the threat of Nd6 is not mate but only regular check because black can side-step with Kd8. I made this comment in case it does happen to have an affect on the analysis in the previous comment.
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