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   Knight101 has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-25-10 R G Hegde vs Palatnik, 1988 (replies)
Knight101: White need to maneuver rook to c6-square then if needed waste a tempo by maneuvering rook up or down c-file to win position by forcing Black to use bishop to block check after White maneuvers Rc8+
   Dec-28-09 Robatsch vs Jansa, 1974 (replies)
Knight101: For Black at 12... instead of Qxd5, I would sacrifice Qa5 to win a slight material advantage (2-rooks against queen and rook) with good propects; for example, 12...Bxb2 13.Qxa5 Bxa1 14.Rxa1 then start devoloping queenside piece.
   Apr-02-09 Seirawan vs B M Kogan, 1986 (replies)
Knight101: I don't see why Black resigned. I think the position is (=) after Queens and Bishops exchange. Black could have offered a draw.
   Feb-11-09 Zhao Xue vs Bu Xiangzhi, 2005 (replies)
Knight101: At 33.Bxf4 that would have stop Black's mating attact and given White the advantage, and most likey a won game. I don't think 28...Rxg2+ is the way to go in this position.
   Feb-09-09 Lusgin vs M Joffe, 1968 (replies)
Knight101: Black didn't see that White was using the Bishop opening which attacks f7-square, and if Black played 3...e6 not 3...Nd7? position (=)
   Feb-05-09 Kraussold vs Volt, 1921 (replies)
Knight101: White's 9.0-0-0 is what lost the game for White. Also, how develop material in opening.
   Feb-04-09 Klovans vs O A Kalinin, 1986 (replies)
Knight101: As White, I would have played 24.gxf3 to stop Black mating attack and win a queen. As Black 23...Qe2 threatening g2-square. Black needed to bring into play a rook a long h-file as Black's queen is now trapped without any support to start a winning attack.
   Feb-03-09 M R Kaldegg vs G Zeissl, 1903 (replies)
Knight101: By position 14 White has set up the mate net and Black should have seen the threat and played 14...f6 which would have gave White a material advantage after 15. Qxa5 winning a Bishop in a open center space game. It would have been an uphill battle for Black to gain an advantage ...
   Feb-02-09 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
Knight101: I didn't see the back rank mate. I would have played 23.Nf6+ hoping to win a rook and trun a positional advantage into a decisive material advantage. Either way Black's position is lost because didn't castle and excessive pawn play during opening, a playing style of 1600. A ...
   Jan-31-09 Hort vs A Rodriguez Cespedes, 1987 (replies)
Knight101: Black may have gotten a draw after position 55, but we don't know what time control was for this game. Also, Black has no easy way to dislodge White's killer h6-pawn, a long with, White's advanced King side pawn sturcture with a knight giving White the advantage over Black two ...
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