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MekkiAlgeria
Member since Jan-20-16 · Last seen Jun-19-19
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   MekkiAlgeria has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-14-19 M Kuerschner vs Tarrasch, 1890
 
MekkiAlgeria: I thought 28.Rg1 could save whites but Stockfish says that it will mate whites in 3 after 28...Qxg1+ 29.Kxg1 Rh6 30.Qxf5 Rh1#
 
   Apr-21-19 Fischer vs Self, 1964
 
MekkiAlgeria: 21. Re8!! Qxf6 22. gxf6 Kxe8 23. Bc4 .. mate in couple moves
 
   Mar-31-19 Geller vs G Barcza, 1952
 
MekkiAlgeria: 40 Qe8+ was missed
 
   May-19-18 G Meier vs Carlsen, 2018 (replies)
 
MekkiAlgeria: keypusher Thanks for you are accurate analyse , I really thought white can win the game if he takes my choice because obviously he will start taking pawns first and makes an end to the (a)pawn in same time,but you are right even with this attempt blacks wins because his king ...
 
   Mar-22-18 Gligoric vs E R Lundin, 1948
 
MekkiAlgeria: if 35. Qc2 Qxe5!?
 
   Mar-02-18 Lasker vs D Daponte / C Wilcox / J Seguin, 1893
 
MekkiAlgeria: Is 19.Re8 worthier?
 
   Oct-12-16 Alekhine vs Van Antwerp / Vedensky / Smith, 1929
 
MekkiAlgeria: 42.Rxc8++ Qxc8 43.Dd6 Kg8 44.Qxh6 Qf8 45.Nf6#
 
   Oct-07-16 Salwe vs Alekhine, 1914
 
MekkiAlgeria: <lentil> there is only 2 repetition in the game, the repetitive sequence is ( Qh5 . Ke1- Qh1 . Ke2) they played it twice ,then at the third time Alekhine changed it by playing (29. .. Rc2 instead of Qh1 ) to avoid a possible Ke2 from Georg Salwe which lead to a draw by 3 ...
 
   Feb-27-16 Fischer vs Smyslov, 1970 (replies)
 
MekkiAlgeria: Smyslov DID NOT see the forceed draw he should play 56.. Kf4! 57. Kh3 Kg3 58. Kh2 Rc2+! 59.(if 59.Kh1?? Kg3 60. .. Rc1# else 59. ..Rc1(+) 60..Rc2+ 61..Rc1(+) 62.. Rc2+ until 3 repetitions)
 
   Feb-08-16 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1961
 
MekkiAlgeria: 49 Ke4 is faster
 
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