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Monkeyboy56
Member since Apr-11-09 · Last seen Aug-20-18
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   Monkeyboy56 has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-02-16 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: Harrylime, thank you for your attempt at a helpful post: <Take your games geek triv to where it belongs ...> I would appreciate directions to where it belongs. This was a game from a while back and I was looking for some feedback. I found a place called Kibitzer's Café on ...
 
   Sep-02-16 Teichmann vs Marshall, 1911 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: A friend pointed out to me that if the queen interposes on c2, then its an immediate mate by 18...Qb2 as the white queen is pinned. So no need for an elaborate king march!
 
   Apr-14-16 Greenblatt vs Fischer, 1977 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: I think underpromoting to a bishop, instead of a queen, would have been a more satisfying and elegant ending!
 
   May-14-15 Jobava vs Tomashevsky, 2015 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: It seems that 37...Bf1 is a faster way to the win.
 
   Apr-05-13 Lombardy vs Fischer, 1958 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: Does anybody know why Lombardy passed up the pawn at c4 on move 43?
 
   Feb-14-13 Mongredien vs V Green, 1862 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: Am I missing something? On move 20 instead of Nxc2+, doesn't 20...Nxg2+ win the queen immediately?
 
   May-11-11 F Wuts vs A Kohler, 2001 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: I think we could avoid the drama of the stalemate possibility by checking with the knight on move 51, then block the queen with the knight by moving it to h5. This allows the pawn to promote and there is no stalemate in sight. 51.Ng7+ Kd6 52.Nh5 Qg1 53.Ra6+ K any 54.h8=Q ...
 
   Aug-18-10 H H Hernandez vs Gulko, 2008 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: < tmcconnell: Why not 32. Rh1?> Black will force the trade of queens with 32...Qe5+ and black has 2 rooks against a bishop & rook. White does have the 2 queenside passed pawns, but I think black has enough to prevail.
 
   Aug-08-09 G Lane vs L Trent, 2009 (replies)
 
Monkeyboy56: 39. gxf5 was such a monumental blunder that we can assume the time control had something to do with it. 39.Re2 looks like it holds, as it forces the Queen to h4 which then allows gxf5 putting Gary Lane a piece and Rook up.
 
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