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PawnSac
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   PawnSac has kibitzed 2892 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-18 D G Fridman vs J Stocek, 2012
 
PawnSac: Did black lose on time (flag dropped after his move before he hit the clock??)? White is up 2 pawns, and after Rfc1 a6 (or Rb8, or whatever) he can play Qa5 forcing the trade so has a good material edge. Black may have been much lower on time and figured there was no point ...
 
   Dec-10-18 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1990 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < The Boomerang: I love Bobby but Kasparov's achievements far outweigh Fischer's. And don't give me this he studied alone crap that can never be objectively measured. > For sure. In the 72 match in several of the games he was using the latest and greatest of Russian GM ...
 
   Dec-10-18 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1993 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < RookFile: Karpov was right about the promotion. Making the move correctly was Kaparov's problem. The fact that another queen was not instantly available should have been his problem, not Karpov's. > This would make a great cartoon in a chess book annotating the game while ...
 
   Dec-10-18 London Chess Classic (2018) (replies)
 
PawnSac: < Sally Simpson: Some fresh blood would not have gone amiss. > No argument there. Mamedyarov and Ding Liren would have been a nice addition. But then again this is played by the top 4 "standings" in the chess tour, so the most active "strong" players accumulate and qualify. ...
 
   Dec-09-18 Kasparov vs NN, 2010
 
PawnSac: < Raj Dey: Not a good opening selection against great Garry > since his retirement Garry has done many benefits and publicity events to promote chess in schools and stuff like that. Garry has done a lot for the benefit of chess worldwide. The London classic planned right now ...
 
   Dec-09-18 Short vs Kasparov, 2011 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < Raj Dey: Not a good opening selection against great Garry > Not at all. To play an opening line that gives black (Garry) so much play for the measly price of a pawn in a BLITZ game is a poor choice indeed. I would have played 4.d3 and taken the game into more favorable (and ...
 
   Dec-08-18 Kasparov vs Carlsen, 2004
 
PawnSac: < GumboGambit: Ten years later, and Magnus is still waiting for his rematch! > not in the least! Kasparov coached Magnus to the championship.
 
   Dec-08-18 Kasparov vs Carlsen, 2004 (replies)
 
PawnSac: Gotta remember Magnus Carlsen was only 13 years old at the time of this game. Two months prior (January 04) his rating was 2484 and the month after (April) it was 2552. He was still on the climb, whereas Garry was one year from retiring, but 4 years earlier put up the highest rating
 
   Dec-06-18 S Slipak vs T Gibson, 2008 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < al wazir: I didn't come close to this one. But after 34. Ne5, is it really over? 34...Qxe5 35. Rxe5 Nd7. A) 36. Re7 Kg8 37. Rg7+ Kf8. Now what? > I was looking at.. 34. Ne5 Qxe5 35. Rxe5 Nd7 36. Re7 Kg8 (and instead of Rg7+) 37. Be4 [DIAGRAM] and if Nxf6 38. Bxg6
 
   Nov-29-18 B Jacobsen vs D Mallaghan, 2008 (replies)
 
PawnSac: Ouch. Nasty finish. If ..Nd4 Bxd4+ cxd4 Qxd4+ and white comes plowing through. If ..Re5? Nxd6 Kf6 Bg5! and black is equally thrashed.
 
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