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   NBZ has kibitzed 360 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-21-18 Petrosian vs H Ree, 1973
NBZ: Of course I meant 24. Bxd5.
   May-28-18 M Navarro Cia vs Sun Xinyue, 2017
NBZ: Rather one-sided but it's always enjoyable to watch a good old bad bishop getting trounced by good knight ending.
   May-26-18 Flohr vs P Frydman, 1936
NBZ: <aberdeengrad> Originally the 23rd move was wrongly recorded as 23. Be4, that is why there was a discussion of 23. ... f5 (which after 23. Be4 is clearly very strong). Later the move was corrected to 23. Ne4 and that is why 23. ... f5 looks weird now!
   May-25-18 M Antipov vs S V Ivanov, 2017 (replies)
NBZ: <al wazir>: I reckon White wins even without 35. c6. For example 35. Ke2 Kxe5 36. Kd3 Kd5 37. c6 Kxc6 38. Kc4 is winning.
   May-21-18 P Cramling vs A Giri, 2010
NBZ: Ah of course I quite forgot that White is up a pawn in all of this :) Even so, the two bishops surely give Black enough compensation. Still I take it back: with the extra pawn, it is possible to imagine White giving back the pawn at a favorable moment to get to a drawable ending.
   May-20-18 A Kats vs C Baginskaite, 2012 (replies)
NBZ: Wow incredible. I thought 33. ... Bg5 was the idea, but did not see <agb2002>'s 34. Nxg6!
   May-19-18 Browne vs Fischer, 1970 (replies)
NBZ: Fantastic save from Fischer. In the Be6 line, Be7!! is a fantastic idea, didn't see it at all. I thought the solution was 88. ... h1=Q 89. Bxh1 Ne6 but after 90. Bc6! Nxc7 91. Kb6 Kb8 92. Rd7 wins.
   May-14-18 F Beltz vs A Guerrero Rodriguez, 2008 (replies)
NBZ: Count me as one of the many people who went with Qf6+ after Rxg6. It really is interesting how Qf6+ is so much more a focal move than Qg4+.
   May-14-18 Dreev vs A Rakhmanov, 2018 (replies)
NBZ: Wonder if it was touch move? Truly a mind-boggling move to make even in extreme time pressure, especially with the 30 second increment.
   May-12-18 V Gashimov vs Gelfand, 2009 (replies)
NBZ: Didn't see e6 at the end of the comnbination! I was going to play 14. Bf5 but after Bxf5 Qxf5 Qd7 Black is better. Alas.
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