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Mulyahnto
Member since Nov-12-07 · Last seen Aug-21-13
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   Mulyahnto has kibitzed 736 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-13 Tarjan vs J M Hodgson, 1983 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <Can't understand why?, any comments?> To prevent Qh7+ which inevitably leads to mate and creating an escape for the king on f6 - e7. But black is lost either way as this escape is easy to prevent.
 
   Jun-18-12 Tal Memorial (2012) (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <keypusher: Obviously you didn't look at Carlsen's games.> Agree. People often mistake "fighting" with being a sharp and exciting game. Sharp and exciting game do not equal good chess, nor does it equal fighting chess. Carlsen's games totaled 439 moves while, for example, ...
 
   Nov-15-11 Tal Memorial (2011) (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: Russia chess has different pairings: http://www.russiachess.org/champion... . Which ones are right?
 
   Sep-27-11 V Georgiev vs S Kozhuharov, 2001
 
Mulyahnto: <63. Be4> 63...Ra2+ 64. Kb1 Re2 65. Kc1 Rxe4 Bob726 is <not> correct.
 
   Sep-24-11 Gulko vs Anikaev, 1983 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: I don't know if anyone has continued the line posted by morfishine. <20. Bxg6 Nxg6 21. Qh6 Ndf8 22. Nxh5 Qc7 23. Nxf6+ Kf7 24. Nxe8 Rxe8 (Kxe8 Rxe6) 25. f4> followed by f5. Looks won for white.
 
   Jul-26-11 Shirov vs Carlsen, 2011 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <I looked at it only briefly, but it seems to me Shirov simply lost pawns in very basic tactics: 44...Bxc3, 47...Bxe5 and 56...Rxg3+. Am I wrong?> Losing pawns through tactics and the game being a positional masterpiece are not mutually exclusive.
 
   Jan-29-11 Carlsen vs Wang Hao, 2011 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <Orban: What if Black plays 25 ....Kg6 instead of Kg8 (26. Qg4 Kf7)? Is there a forced win for White?> 25....Kg6 26. Bf6 seems like a forced win. 26....Kf7 27. Bd8+ or 26....Rxh1 27. Rxh1 threatening Qh5# also, 26....Rcg8 27. Qg4+ Kf7 28. Rxh8 if 28....Rxh8 29. Qxg7
 
   Jan-06-11 Navara vs Short, 2011
 
Mulyahnto: 42. ... Nf7 43. Ne6 Qe5 44. Nf8+ Kg8 45. Nxg6+ Kh7 is quicker for white.
 
   Jun-01-10 Carlsen vs Mamedyarov, 2009 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <zatara: After 19...Nxe5 20.Nxe5 black can capture with the rook so 20...Re5 21.Rd7 Rg5 but even now black is practically lost> 19...Nxe5 20. Nxe5 Rxe5 21. f4 loses the exchange.
 
   Feb-19-10 Aronian vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
Mulyahnto: <mrbasso: This game seems here a bit overestimated to me. Carlsen snapped a pawn, luckily for him Aronian played several second best moves and he won. 29.Ra4 looks like an easy draw for white to me, or did I miss something?> Wouldn't you say that interposing 29. Qc2+ as ...
 
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