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Great Bear
Member since Dec-15-17 · Last seen Oct-19-18
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   Great Bear has kibitzed 31 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-18 Ragozin vs Rauzer, 1936
Great Bear: Zugzwang. Each move that White can make, will loose the game.
   Sep-22-18 Z Vecsey vs J Rejfir, 1931
Great Bear: A bear trap for the White queen.
   Aug-24-18 A Indjic vs T Baron, 2016
Great Bear: The mate by g4 is unavoidable. 40... Qc8+ 41. g4(never the less) Qf4+ 42. fg#
   Aug-22-18 Efimenko vs I Khairullin, 2012
Great Bear: Why is this a draw? 29... Qc1 and White is lost.
   Jun-22-18 R Zelcic vs V K Neverov, 2001
Great Bear: 48. Qb5+ to grab the pawn on g2, does not work.Black will answer Qc6, and the pawn is covered. So the pawn will be queening and the fight is over.
   Jun-16-18 Karjakin vs A Giri, 2018
Great Bear: The Knight on f6 will fall, and then Blacks position will collapse.
   Jun-16-18 A Giri vs Nakamura, 2018
Great Bear: This game will end lethal for black.
   Jun-16-18 Mamedyarov vs Aronian, 2018
Great Bear: 47. Kg4(only move)f5#.
   Jun-16-18 Aronian vs A Giri, 2018 (replies)
Great Bear: The threat Qg7#, can only be averted by Rg8. But then follows: Qh5#.
   Jun-16-18 Grischuk vs Aronian, 2018
Great Bear: Nice ending. If Kh8, then Rg8#. Or Kh6 followed by Nf5#.
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