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Nobutitis
Member since Feb-23-06 · Last seen Apr-30-06
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   Nobutitis has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-30-06 Speelman vs Hartston, 1975
 
Nobutitis: 24...Kf8 isn't forced. The BQ is not tied to it's post, since after 24 Re1 Qb6! can be played: 25 Rxe7 Rxe7 26 Qxe7 Rxd5 =, or 25 Rd7 Rc5 26 c4 Qb4 counter-attacking White's own weak pawns again. You were right the first time. White really should have waited ...
 
   Apr-29-06 Speelman vs Fedorowicz, 1979
 
Nobutitis: Maybe 19...Qg4 20 Qxf3 Qxf3 21 gxf3 Rxf6 22 Rb7 Rxf3 (or 22...Rf8) 23 Nb6! etc. White seems to be winning material.
 
   Apr-29-06 Speelman vs Miles, 1979
 
Nobutitis: White is actually won in the final position, since there's no way to stop the a-pawn without giving back a piece: 43...Nc5 44 Bb7! Nxb7 45 a6 Bc8 46 a7! queens!
 
   Apr-29-06 Speelman vs T K Hemingway, 1972 (replies)
 
Nobutitis: A shocker right on the final move - 30...Ne4!! - that needed to be found.
 
   Apr-18-06 Speelman vs Keene, 1973
 
Nobutitis: Sorry for that extended hiatus. Many of us here in the states are frequently forced to take extended vacations in what might be called 'homeless land'. As you may know, Ray, this is in general a somewhat barbaric nation (look at it's history,viz; industrial ...
 
   Mar-31-06 Speelman vs M Haygarth, 1974 (replies)
 
Nobutitis: Even tho I don't see much - maybe nothing, after 28...Rxe6!
 
   Mar-31-06 Wade vs Speelman, 1973 (replies)
 
Nobutitis: Is it appropriate to insert Speelman's 'What a load of rubbish!' here? Wade was actually quite a tough player.
 
   Mar-31-06 Speelman vs Timman, 1973
 
Nobutitis: Yeah, it was Kasparov-Anand from Linares '94, and was actually the same opening as here: a Benko-Sozin. Garry played the standard 7 Nb3 and after the usual 7...e6, he played 8 Bf4!! , essentially busting Benko's 6...Qb6 by transposing into a tempo up ...
 
   Mar-31-06 Speelman vs Hoi, 1973 (replies)
 
Nobutitis: On 8...Qb6, is it 9 0-0? Actually, 9 Qd2! Qxb2 10 Rb1 Qa3 11 Nb5! looks like it clips an exchange. But what do you do on 9...Bb4 ? 10 Qe2 ?
 
   Mar-31-06 Speelman vs R Harman, 1973
 
Nobutitis: Fischer- Petrosian (Bled '61) shows how to get the important move of ...Bg4! in for Black.
 
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