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   MartijnvanWingerden has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-15-11 P Richardson vs E Delmar, 1871 (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: A weird question. If White didn't saw 15.Re8#, is there any possibility for black to checkmate white?
   Sep-04-11 A Moiseenko vs Navara, 2011 (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: Rd6 was forced, so i don't think the '!' is right.
   Aug-28-11 World Cup (2011) (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: Are there Dutch Players in this World Cup? I didn't find anyone.
   Aug-24-11 Wolfgang Uhlmann (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: I have a challenge for everyone. Try to find a game where Wolfgang Uhlmann didn't answher 1.e4 with 1...e6. Good Luck!
   Aug-22-11 Carlsen vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2011 (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: I think that if white hadn't play 48.c4 he had a good chance too win. 48.Qe2 looks much better for me. Lets see what Tarrasch has to say. It looks that Qe2 and Qf3 both loose too Qg4.
   Aug-18-11 Benko Gambit (A58) (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: After 6.Nc3 g6 7.e4 Bxf1 8.Kxf1 d6 why not a4? It looks that white can plan an attack over the a and b files. Someone got analyses with this 9.a4?
   Aug-18-11 D Swiercz vs M van der Werf, 2011
MartijnvanWingerden: <Kwesi: What's wrong with 15.h5 ?> Tarrasch Toy Engines says, that after h5 black got the simple Ba6 which force the queen to get back to Qd1 (if the queen goes to h3 then Ngf4 and white looses a minor piece) An possible continuation for example: 15.h5 Ba6 16.Qd1 ...
   Aug-17-11 Ludvig Oskar Svenonius (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: According to the openingsdatabase Mister Svenonius has a line in the Danish Gambit. <1.e4 e5 2.d4 exd4 3.c3 Ne7>
   Aug-17-11 NN vs L Svenonius, 1913
MartijnvanWingerden: 7.Kf1 looks like a mistake for me. Nbd2 looks very easy. 7.Nbd2 Bxb2+ 8.Qxd2 Nf6 9.f4 and white looks better for me.
   Aug-17-11 M Kolpakov vs Nikitin, 1963 (replies)
MartijnvanWingerden: <acme: I don't understand this game. What if 12. ...Nxe5? Why not 13 or 14. ...fxe6? What's wrong with 20 ...Qxd5?> Dear Acme Your first question. If 12... Nxe5 then 13.Nxe6 and black's king is vulnerable (If 13...fxe6 then 14.Qd8+ Kf7 15. Rf1+ Kg6 16.Bd3+ ...
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