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   Mateo has kibitzed 7907 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-18 Korchnoi vs Ulf Andersson, 1971 (replies)
Mateo: <Sally Simpson> You need to go deeper in the position. 47.Nf3 d3 48.Bxd3 Bxd3 48.Ne5+ Ke6 49.Nxd3 Kd5, Black has the upper hand, although White has an extra pawn. The threat is ...Kd4. Whatever White will do, Black will be able to catch the 'b3' pawn with some edge.
   Sep-12-18 V Keymer vs Bacrot, 2017
Mateo: Interesting Rook ending. It seems that 54.Ra5+ loses. 54.Kf4 should be a draw (54.Rxa7?? f6+).
   Sep-10-18 Bacrot vs P Lindgren, 2017 (replies)
Mateo: Beautiful pawn ending. It seems that 34...c4? loss. 34...Kg5! leads to a draw.
   Sep-05-18 Bacrot vs S Cossin, 2018
Mateo: It seems that 34...Rxf6? was the losing move. 34...gxf6 had to be better, keeping the Rook on f7 to protect the b7 pawn if White plays Rb4.
   Sep-03-18 K Piorun vs Bacrot, 2018
Mateo: Interesting Rook ending. Although White has both Rooks on the 7th rank, Black wins. Fine technical achievement from Bacrot.
   Aug-22-18 A Olivera vs E Eliskases, 1964
Mateo: Beautiful Bishop vs Knight ending. 43.Kc1? could be the losing move, as the Black King was able to invade. White had to play 43.a4 to avoid the King march.
   Jul-25-18 McShane vs Bacrot, 2004
Mateo: <Conrad93> No. It was not even a new move. The problems came later.
   Jul-20-18 I Nepomniachtchi vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
Mateo: This is the new Kramnik: sharp play. Kramnik plays more like Tal than like Kramnik.
   Jul-12-18 E G Sergeant vs Reshevsky, 1935
Mateo: With 28.Qe4, White begins to follow the obvious plan to defend his 'd' pawn. But this will be a complete failure. Instead White should have attacked on the Black King with h4-h5.
   Jul-11-18 Reshevsky vs E Tholfsen, 1934
Mateo: 36...fxg6?? is the losing move. He had to play 36...Qxb1+ 37.Bxb1 Bxa4.
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