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InspiredByMorphy
Member since Dec-02-03 · Last seen Jul-16-15
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   InspiredByMorphy has kibitzed 2281 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-02-14 C Groeneveld vs T Korhonen, 1988
 
InspiredByMorphy: Two lines for black worth examining; 14 ...a6 15.Bxc6 Qxc6 16.fxg5 where white may have a slight initiative but black's king is safer. 15. ...Ne3 looks like the better continuation. A likely following would be 15.Qxf4 Qg4+ 16.Qxg4 Nxg4 17.d5 a6 18.dxc6 axb5 19.cxb7+ Kxb7 .
 
   Feb-02-14 F Steil-Antoni vs S Nyysti, 2011
 
InspiredByMorphy: 16. ...Qf3+ seems to be an improvement in an already established winning line for black played in C Issler vs Eggman, 1966 where 16. ...Bxe5 17.Nd2 Rxe5 was played. In that game the conclusion ended up being a trading of pieces until black ended up a couple pawns ahead, and
 
   Jan-26-14 K Honfi vs J Estrada Nieto, 1995
 
InspiredByMorphy: 34. ...Nd3+ 35.Nxd3 Qxd3 36.Re3 Qd1 seemed like a more natural continuation. Any opinions on prospects of black versus white here? Upon brief examination it appears to me that that white is almost as well off as black positionally, and has an extra pawn to boot...
 
   Jan-26-14 K Honfi vs Tal, 1966
 
InspiredByMorphy: 22.Re1 Be3+ 23.Kh1 and with no immediate threats, 24.Ng1 likely to follow. It seems like black's initiative dwindles then. Am I missing something?
 
   Dec-29-13 S Horvath vs B Perenyi, 1972 (replies)
 
InspiredByMorphy: Without any deep analysis, it looks to me as though there were a few more sound moves for black. Moves like 7. ...d6, 9. ...O-O, and 15. ...Nh6.
 
   Dec-21-13 Radjabov vs Naiditsch, 2005
 
InspiredByMorphy: Seems to me without too much deep analysis that black just began to play over defensively starting with 18. ...Ng5 . The next four moves are also defensive. Black has given up a pawn for the position at move 18 and throws it away. I get not blindly exchanging everything and
 
   Dec-15-13 J R Schroeder vs P Brandts, 1957 (replies)
 
InspiredByMorphy: 20. O-O-O would have proven beneficial in not only moving the king to safety, but bringing the queen side rook into play. The kingside attack against black looked good otherwise.
 
   Dec-14-13 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1913 (replies)
 
InspiredByMorphy: 19. ...Bc6 seems better.
 
   Sep-11-13 A Bueno vs M Pacher, 2010
 
InspiredByMorphy: I'm not sure what prospects black is left with after 38. ...Rb8, but it certainly looks better than what was played.
 
   May-27-10 Shabalov vs Stripunsky, 2010 (replies)
 
InspiredByMorphy: The light squared bishop was useless for black on b7. 18. ...Bc8 shows the error in blacks ways as it is too little to late to get back in the game. Just look at how many white pieces are pointing at the black king, while many of blacks pieces sit idly by on the opposite ...
 
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