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Let The Wookiee Win
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   Let The Wookiee Win has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Dec-23-16 Santa Claus (replies)
 
Let The Wookiee Win: Dear Santa, I would love a premium membership.
 
   Jan-23-16 K Klaman vs Chistiakov, 1949
 
Let The Wookiee Win: If black played 39...Re8, I would recommend 40.Qh6. That practically forces Ke7, after which I would play 41. Nf5 (if ef, then 42.Qd6#), with the idea of Nd6 to eventually win the f-pawn.
 
   Jun-30-15 D M Adams vs M Lyell, 2007 (replies)
 
Let The Wookiee Win: 24. ...Qh4+ looks fine if you play 26... Bf2#. For some reason I had 25...Rxa2+?? though.
 
   Jun-05-15 R Vera vs M Leon Hoyos, 2011 (replies)
 
Let The Wookiee Win: Stockfish confirms that 34....Qc6 wins as well. Perhaps this is what black had in mind with 33...Bd7, but he then saw the checkmate with Rxf1.
 
   May-21-15 Matulovic vs Hecht, 1965
 
Let The Wookiee Win: <devere> Good point. 38. Nc5 is much better, though I still think Black's best drawing chance is to trade minor pieces and keep the c-pawn.
 
   Jan-05-15 Carlsen vs Nijboer, 2005 (replies)
 
Let The Wookiee Win: Be careful if white plays 38. Nc2. It's not wise to answer with Rxc2.
 
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