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LionHeart40
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   LionHeart40 has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-06-15 Vaganian vs Karpov, 1967
 
LionHeart40: 10. cxd5 would have fractured Black's pawn structure unfavorably. Black saves the game a pawn down, fixing White's pawns on light squares and cutting off White's king.
 
   Aug-06-15 I Ben Artzi vs Vaganian, 2014 (replies)
 
LionHeart40: Mate cannot be parried unless 36. Rxd2 Nxd2+ and Black's a rook up.
 
   Aug-04-15 M Lange vs Blackburne, 1883 (replies)
 
LionHeart40: 25. Re1 simply hangs a piece as 25... Rxd2 26. Re8+ Nf8 prevents any idea of mate.
 
   Aug-01-15 L Gutman vs DeFirmian, 1981
 
LionHeart40: 19... Rc6 allows a favorable forcing sequence for white.
 
   Aug-01-15 I Sokolov vs S Fedorchuk, 2009
 
LionHeart40: After 23. Bxd4 white loses the exchange and game.
 
   Aug-01-15 L'Ami vs F Bindrich, 2014
 
LionHeart40: After 42. g3 white wastes time regaining his pawn and black's rook infiltrates his position.
 
   Aug-01-15 S Shipov vs R Bagirov, 2002
 
LionHeart40: 26. Nd4 was played presumably in fear of black taking on f3, but it allows favorable simplifications for black after 26... Qe7.
 
   Aug-01-15 DeFirmian vs J Aagaard, 2006
 
LionHeart40: Black goes in for a faulty combination with 17... Nxg4. He must have missed white's counter combination 19. Nxd5.
 
   Aug-01-15 Emms vs D Howell, 2015
 
LionHeart40: 19. Bxd7 is a strategic error.
 
   Aug-01-15 Emms vs Arkell, 2015
 
LionHeart40: After a7 black has a check then Qf1 and white has to accept the perpetual.
 
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