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PawnSac
Member since Aug-01-07 · Last seen Aug-15-18
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   PawnSac has kibitzed 2818 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-15-18 Miles vs H Kestler, 1981
 
PawnSac: < 47...f6 > Black has critically weakened the e6 square (not that he had much choice), but the Ne8 is also in a very compromised position on the back rank. 48.Qc8! Black has no good defense. For example: If ..Qb5 or ..Qa4 the d pawn falls with Nxd6. If ..Kf7 then Qe6+ ...
 
   Aug-09-18 V Laznicka vs Movsesian, 2007 (replies)
 
PawnSac: ok guys... Qh8+ BxQ and RxB# so we have a monday puzzle on thursday, and we had a thursday puzzle on monday! Hey... I look at it this way.. WE HAVE PUZZLES! Puzzles are good! and its a little more interesting if the days of the week don't make it so obvious! So beenthere240, ...
 
   Aug-07-18 Spielmann vs B Hoenlinger, 1929
 
PawnSac: < plang: Very pretty. > yes, starting with 17.Qh5 its pure art! < 12..Qc7 is too slow > ..Bb7 is a tad better, but after Re1 black still ends up with ..Qc7 < and 16..Nd5 must be wrong. > agreed! ..Rc8 continuing to develop was indicated. With the N on a5 black ...
 
   Aug-07-18 Schlechter vs Steinitz, 1898
 
PawnSac: < Sneaky: How did Schlechter find a way to sacrifice brilliantly in so many games? > His opponents made mistakes! Otherwise it would not be possible. For example: 12. ..Be7 is not necessary. The bishop is well located on f6. < 12. ..Qa5! > is a much more efficient ...
 
   Aug-07-18 Carlsen vs Svidler, 2018 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < lost in space: Will this Carsen rook dance forever? > sooner or later he will figure out how to reset it. One would get the impression the live game thing has some special coding that he can't decipher. He may have to hire an outside programmer to come in and get it back on ...
 
   Aug-05-18 Peter K Wells
 
PawnSac: < PhilFeeley: Wow! This fantastic game... Wells, Peter K 2410 - Kindermann, Stefan 2515 D85, 1989 > yes interesting game, but In that game 57.Rd8+ looks like a lemon. White to move - 57. __?__ [DIAGRAM] Instead of 57.Rd8+ White is better to keep the black K on the back ...
 
   Jul-29-18 Topalov vs S Zhigalko, 2008 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < saturn2: 40..Rf6 or 40..Rf8 lose. 40..Rf6 41 BxR gxB 42 BxN QxB 43 QxQ KxQ 44 e7 and neither king nor bishop can control the square e8 40..Rf8 the rook will fall. Black has to give the queen in order to prevent e8Q > In your line 40..Rf6 41 BxR gxB 42 BxN QxB 43 QxQ KxQ (the
 
   Jul-29-18 Biel (2018) (replies)
 
PawnSac: < Sokrates: Interesting, I think of them as beautiful, elegant creatures. They can be very noisy, though, if you happen to live near the sea. > They're not so elegant when they crap on your windshield or in your coffee! LOL My home town was a beach resort with boardwalk and ...
 
   Jul-29-18 Caruana vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2015
 
PawnSac: < NoraNora: 18. a5? is a very strange move... > black threatened ..b5 with intent to damage white's pawn structure if not outright win a pawn.
 
   Jul-28-18 B Adhiban vs D Andreikin, 2017 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < SATURDAY PUZZLE white to move 21. ? > < 21. Rxf5 Nxf5 > only move, AND also clears d4 for the Q. if ..gxf?? Nf6 or Ng5 wins the Q, if ..Bxf5? Ng5 wins the Q. < 22. Rxf5 Qd4+ > again, the only move. if ..Bxf5? Nxf5 and white has the d4 square covered and ...
 
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