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Hans Kastorp
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   Hans Kastorp has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   May-07-17 P Carlsson vs Jobava, 2000
 
Hans Kastorp: 27.f5! is great winning move. If 27... Qxg3 28.fxe6 and no defense against 28.exf7 mate.
 
   Jul-03-16 E de Groote vs D Arutinian, 2009 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: With a queen and a rock down the black finally had a sweet choice between Nf4# and Nc3#. Awesome!
 
   Jun-10-16 Milan Matulovic (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: <Granny O Doul> Matulovic took nickname Mario Marinelli in order to avoid to be confused in media with his collegue Aleksandar Matanovic.
 
   Nov-22-15 Mamedyarov vs Gelfand, 2014 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: Gelfand could have tried 57... Rxa6. If 58. g8Q? Rxc6+! with fallowing 59... a1Q and a draw. The white should be very carefull and play first 58. d8Q+! and than 59. g8Q+ to win.
 
   Nov-02-15 D Barua vs Korchnoi, 1982 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: It is fascinating how black knight made a long trip from a1 to h8, and yet didn't make to prevent promotion of the h-pown. Beautifull game!
 
   Sep-18-15 A Matanovic vs H Kramer, 1951 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: 72. ... Re1 is a beautiful solution, even if it leads to a draw. Otherwise, Black loses a game, like it happend, isn't it?
 
   Aug-21-15 A Lagunow vs B Schneider, 1994 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: <ajile: 21.Ra3 mates in 5. 21.Qa3 only mates in 9.> <aporia: 21. ... a7-a5 won't help?> Whites threat is 22.Qxa7 with following Ra3#. 21. ... a5 doesn't help because of 22.Rb6.
 
   May-03-15 M Cebalo vs Vasiukov, 2014 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: dfcx: After 10...e6 11.Nce4+ Ke7 (11... fxe4. 12.Be5+ Ke7 13.Qf7#) 12.Bd6+ Ke8 13.Nxe6 and queen is lost.
 
   Jan-22-15 M Meinhardt vs Akopian, 2007 (replies)
 
Hans Kastorp: Could black win after 56.Qxc7 Nxc7 57. f3 Ne5 58.g4 Nxf3+ 59.Kg3 ?
 
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