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Member since Nov-11-08 · Last seen Apr-03-14
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   LJLMETAL has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-28-13 Kovacs vs Schmid, 1953 (replies)
LJLMETAL: It would continue with 50. Qf5+, Rg6 51. Qf7+, Bg7! After that; white's best move is to trade the Queen off for the rook, or he gets checkmated.
   Aug-25-13 Nezhmetdinov vs Lusikal, 1951 (replies)
LJLMETAL: That is a nice mating attack!
   Aug-21-13 E Inarkiev vs A Riazantsev, 2003 (replies)
LJLMETAL: I like the Steinitz Variation. It can get tricky, but it is fun
   Aug-12-13 S Williams vs Hebden, 2006 (replies)
LJLMETAL: On Black's 38th move; his best move is 38... Qf6 After that white might continue with 39. Rg7, Qxg7 40. Rxg7, Kxg7 That is the best way for black to prevent checkmate
   Aug-09-13 Kramnik vs G Meier, 2012 (replies)
LJLMETAL: I was thinking of 24. Rxe8+, Qxe8 25. Nc7 forking the Queen and rook. This is a better continuation though
   Jul-30-13 Letelier vs G Garcia, 1963 (replies)
LJLMETAL: The best move for black on move 22 is 22... f6 At least black will have some breathing room.
   Jul-27-13 Spielmann vs R Wahle, 1926 (replies)
LJLMETAL: I got the first two moves right, but I was lousy after that
   Jul-23-13 E Vorobiov vs A Pijpers, 2012 (replies)
LJLMETAL: I figured it out in a few seconds. Good puzzle. I have a question. Why isn't the Slav Defense ever considered as the Queen's Gambit Declined? When the Queen's Gambit is played, there are only two options; accept it, or decline it. The Slav Defense is a way to decline it.
   Jul-01-13 Bird / Dobell vs NN, 1886 (replies)
LJLMETAL: It took me about 5 seconds. A smothered mate on the d8 square doesn't happen all that often
   Jun-20-13 M Bier vs R S Rocamora, 1876 (replies)
LJLMETAL: After 17. Rxd8, I found that the best move for Black is to take the Rook. 17... Nxd8 Black has lost his Queen, but he does have compensation for it. If black does take the rook on the 17th move, he will be up in material by one point. Tell me what you think of that.
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