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   Muttley101 has kibitzed 109 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-17-18 J van Foreest vs A Liang, 2017 (replies)
Muttley101: < eblunt: Isn't 15 .... O-O-O better for black ? takes the threat of the fork away and pins the Knight> c4 pawn is pinned, so what do you do about either 16. b4 idea b5 and Bxc4, or 16. b3 idea Bxc4? 16 ... Bxd3 isn't going to save a pawn. I suspect 16. b4 directly is ...
   Feb-09-18 Mikhail Golubev (replies)
Muttley101: Mikhail, firstly thank you for posts and activity here. I have looked at the games you've referenced here, and want to get hold of your latest book as a consequence. Keep it up! I'm sure many users appreciate this. On another note, indexes are really, really useful. Many reasons,
   Feb-08-18 E Kengis vs Kasparov, 1973
Muttley101: <asyriab: I see 31. Qh8# :)> White is in check.
   Jan-29-18 Raymond Keene (replies)
Muttley101: <Paint My Dragon: <Muttley101: You're writing a book on Petrosian?> Ray's book on Petrosian was published in 2006. Where have you been? I guess those Wacky Races must have been a major distraction.> The date of the comment containing Keene's statement that he had a ...
   Jan-26-18 Navara vs T Paehtz Sr, 2018 (replies)
Muttley101: <Gypsy: End? Just like that?> Did you look at "what happens next?" If black doesn't want white to play Bxb4, then which square do you put the rook on and what do you about white's threat?
   Jan-20-18 B Nadj Hedjesi vs I Khmelniker, 2010
Muttley101: ... aaaaand we will now probably see Alphazero start playing 1. e4 e5 2. d4 :D Seriously, though, 10. c3 is a horrible move (though if it truly is best you're right- the mistake is earlier), and then combining that with g5 later is terrible. Black sacced the exchange for white's ...
   Jan-20-18 Bareev vs M Khassanov, 1986 (replies)
Muttley101: <ProdigiousPoker: Why not 31.Bc5+ winning black's queen with revealed check?> If 31. Bc5+ (to try to pick up black's loose queen at b6 with the discovered check), black replies with 31 ... Bc8+ - also a discovered check- so white doesn't have the opportunity to play 32. ...
   Jan-18-18 J Sloan vs A Ushenina, 2016 (replies)
Muttley101: Thanks D, I don't have an engine, and rely on my own assessments. White's position looks bad to me with the loose rook at f1, for example. Depends how you interpret "-0.58"- I have no experience of these things :D
   Dec-31-17 Boleslavsky vs Ufimtsev, 1944 (replies)
Muttley101: <Steve.Patzer> You're welcome, and thank you for asking the question. I wouldn't have looked if you hadn't asked. There are a range of techniques in this combination that will benefit any chess player to learn. Asking questions is very useful imho- its surprising how much ...
   Dec-17-17 Ivkov vs Fischer, 1968 (replies)
Muttley101: <Albion 1959: One more revisit. At the point where Ivkov resigned, it is clear that after 76. Ke3 Re7+ Followed by Re1 wins.> If 76 Ke3 then 76 ... Ke1 and 77 ... d1=Q looks sufficient for black to win, but if I'm missing something please let me know. If after 76 Ke3 black ...
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