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HOTDOG
Member since Sep-24-04 · Last seen Nov-03-18
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   HOTDOG has kibitzed 235 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-10-14 Mednis vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: Mednis suggested 42.Ke5! (instead of 42.Nxa7??) and now 42...Ng2 43.h5 gxh5 44.Kxf5, or 42...Nd3+ 43.Kf6 Nxf2 44.Kxg6 f4 45.Nd4 and White holds on
 
   Sep-10-12 La Bourdonnais vs McDonnell, 1834
 
HOTDOG: 40...Rc6! (instead of 40...b2?) and Black wins, for example 41.Rg1 Rxh7 or 41.Nf5 b2 and the Knight now can't arrive in 2
 
   Sep-07-12 Portisch vs Ulf Andersson, 1982
 
HOTDOG: Andersson was known as the ''best chess player without queens'' but here, according to Mednis, exchanging queens leads to a won position for White without counterplay for Black, so instead of 20...Qc7?? better was 20...Qf8!
 
   Sep-07-12 Korchnoi vs Timman, 1982 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: Mednis suggested 32...Qb8! with counterplay although White is better, instead exchanging Queens leads to a clear loss
 
   Aug-20-12 Tal vs Benko, 1958 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: more or less at this period, Tal said in an interview ''When i want to win against Benko I win, when i want to draw i draw''
 
   Aug-01-12 Fischer vs Petrosian, 1971 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: Botvinnik commented this game and we have: 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nf6 3. Nxe5 in tournaments Black has more troubles against 3.d4 3...d6 4. Nf3 Nxe4 5. d4 Nf6 better than 5...d5, now this is an Alekhine defense with the Knight in f6 and not in b6, and this difference favours Black 6. ...
 
   Jul-20-12 Kasparov vs Piket, 1989
 
HOTDOG: 30...Qxc3! (Timman) and Black is perhaps slightly better, for example 31.Rxe7 Rxe7 32.f6+ Kf8 33.fxe7+ Ke8! 34.Nxc6 bxc6 35.Rh4 Qa1+ and 36...Qxa2
 
   Jul-20-12 Karpov vs Judit Polgar, 2003 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: 23.dxe6 Rxb2! 24.Rxb2 Qc1+ 25.Qd1 Qxb2 26.exd7 Rd8 and according to Polgar Black is winning, but Karpov now suggests the defence 27.Qd2 and then Nd4, f3 and Kf2 and White is still fighting
 
   Mar-15-12 Suetin vs Botvinnik, 1952 (replies)
 
HOTDOG: 75.Kd4! e5+ (or 75...Re3 76.Rh6) 76.Ke4 Re3+ 77.Kf5 Kd5 78.Bc4+ = (Botvinnik)
 
   Feb-22-12 Kamsky vs M Godena, 2009
 
HOTDOG: 34...Bxe4! 35.Rxe4 Qf7! (threatening 36...Qf2+ or 36...Qf3+) and now 36.R4e2 (the best according to Godena) 36...Rd3+! 37.Kg2 Qh5! 38.Ne3 Rf3 39.Rh1 Rxh3! 40.Rxh3 Qxe2+ 41.Kg1 g4 42.Rg3 Bh6 and Black is winning
 
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