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PawnSac
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   PawnSac has kibitzed 2476 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-05-17 Movsesian vs V Babula, 1996 (replies)
 
PawnSac: oh! and now I notice < RandomVisitor: Since 13.Bd3 can be met by 13...Ne5 > already posted on that. I guess i should read the comments all the way to the bottom before posting! lol
 
   Aug-05-17 D Rensch vs E Perelshteyn, 2009 (replies)
 
PawnSac: 2...g6 Hyper-Accelerated Dragon 7. Nc3 To block the a5-e1 diagonal since 7.Nxc6 bc 8.e5? Qa5+ wins the e pawn. 9...Nd4 Black's plan is to play ..Bd7 and ..Bc6 but he must trade on d4 first since if 9...Bd7?! 10.Nc2! and now the bishop doesn't belong on d7 12...a5 Black's ...
 
   Jul-30-17 Radjabov vs O Bortnyk, 2016
 
PawnSac: < morfishine: I stuck to the rule that once you find a winning move, stop calculating and play that move, hence I settled on <21.Rxh5> > You forgot about the other rule... When you find a good move, sit on your hands and look for a better one! lol
 
   Jul-13-17 F Crowl vs Purdy, 1936 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < Richard Taylor: The main problem with correspondence chess (it is still played despite computers) is the time spent analysing games. > well yes and no. If you are playing a tournament with half dozen games going simultaneously, yes.. but its also good for deep prep and ...
 
   Jul-12-17 DeFirmian vs P Nikolic, 1985 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < deshad: isolatedpawn, he may have been low on time and repeated those moves to get some extra time. I've done that a few times myself. > It is also used as a stall tactic while trying to find or decide on the correct attacking idea. One likes to think tank on one's ...
 
   Jul-12-17 Fischer vs Fine, 1963
 
PawnSac: < A.T PhoneHome: This is an amazing game by Fischer... I like the pun too! > "A Fine crush" also works. And yes... a wonderful miniature
 
   Jul-07-17 Fine vs A J Fink, 1932
 
PawnSac: < HeMateMe: > Are you trying to say Fine finely finked Fink the FIDE funker who frequently felt fairly flustered for favoring f files with fewer fractures? Thats freekin' fabulous!
 
   Jul-05-17 Lautier vs Karpov, 1996 (replies)
 
PawnSac: I wondered how Karpov could fall to such a simple attack, but then noticed it was the 1996 amber blindfold in monte carlo. He never saw it coming.
 
   Jul-02-17 Jobava vs Ivanchuk, 2017
 
PawnSac: yea and chucky is too clever to just toss material. I mean.. the only way Jobava will best him is with complications and a wave of tactics, but chucky has a good positional sense and knows what he can defend.
 
   Jul-01-17 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2017 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < 28....Qf4 ?! > [DIAGRAM] Stockfish 7 x64: 45/25 25:20 1,327,052k 873k 0.00 Qd2-d1+ Kg1-h2 Nd5-f4 Qf3xf4 Qd1xe2 Bb2xf6 g7xf6 Qf4xf6 Qe2xa2 Qf6-g5+ Kg8-h8 Qg5-f6+ Kh8-g8
 
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