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   PawnSac has kibitzed 2803 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-10-18 NN vs Staunton, 1841 (replies)
PawnSac: < stupidiot21: long live NN > "Not Named" will live as long as chess. Anonymous players have contributed to chess theory since the beginning.
   Oct-05-18 43rd Chess Olympiad (2018) (replies)
PawnSac: < dumbgai: Remember what Nakamura tweeted immediately following the 2012 Olympiad? <The cruel and harsh reality of playing in a team chess event is that you are only as good as your teammates.> Ironic, isn't it. > indeed. Unfortunately this factor along with a few ...
   Oct-03-18 S Lukey vs S Celis, 2008 (replies)
PawnSac: hmm. thats interesting. I let mine run a while to see if it would change. Stockfish 7 x64: 49/37 21:50 624,648k 477k -M10 35. ... Kg7 36.Qe7 Rc7 37.Qf8+ Kf6 38.Nd5+ Kg5 39.Kg2 Nf5 40.Bxf5 Qf1+ 41.Kxf1 Rc1+ 42.Kg2 Rg1+ 43.Kxg1 Kh5 44.Qxf7+ Kg5 45.h4+
   Oct-02-18 S Shankland vs J van Foreest, 2018
PawnSac: 42...Nc4 isn't any better as white gets a D passer after d5. The K + P ending is won for white. The 37...Bb2 and fork idea was a loser. Better was 37...Bb4
   Oct-02-18 Caruana vs Gelfand, 2018
PawnSac: Nice finish! After 30. ...Nf4 white has 31. Rf5+ gxf5 32. Qxf5+ Ke7 33. Rg7+ Ke8 34. Qc8+ Qd8 35. Qc6+ Qd7 36. Qxd7# The other way is 31.Rxg6+ Kxg6 32.Qh7+ Kf6 33.Rh6+ Kg5 34.Qg7+ Ng6 35.Qxg6+ Kf4 36.Qg3+
   Sep-15-18 Kasparov vs Anand, 1995 (replies)
PawnSac: < goodevans: <al wazir> 17.Bg7 Bf6 may win the exchange but White has invested two pawns for the attack. He's not about to give that up just to restore material equality. > Definitely not! That would be the turning point in the game. After 17. Bg7 Bf6 18. Bxh8 Bxh8 19. ...
   Sep-15-18 Smirin vs Pelletier, 2002 (replies)
PawnSac: < Catfriend: ..and when was Yoda awarded his "master" title? > at a very young age. Like Capablanca he was the darling of the midichlorians.
   Sep-14-18 Smyslov vs Botvinnik, 1944
PawnSac: < PizzatheHut: <1> What was Botvinnik's thinking behind moves 17-19? Was he trying to actively post the rook while defending the e6 pawn? <2>With 20. Kd2, it looks like Smyslov is protecting his bishop with the rook, but why? What was Botvinnik threatening? > ...
   Sep-14-18 Botvinnik vs E Poliak, 1938
PawnSac: Stockfish 7 x64: 41/66 5:45:21 4,701,338k 227k -3.57 25. ... Qxd8 26.Rd1 Qg5 27.Rd6 f4 28.Be6 fxe3 29.Qxe5 Qxe5 30.Bxe5 e2 31.Bc3 Bb5 32.h4 Ke7 33.Bg4 b6 34.Re6+ Kf8 35.Rf6+ Ke7 36.Rf4 Kd8 37.a4 Bc4 38.cxb6 axb6 39.f3 h5 40.Bh3 Bd5 41.Kf2 Kc7 42.Rf6 exf3 43.gxf3 e1R 44.Bxe1 Ra8 ...
   Sep-13-18 Von Der Lasa vs Bledow, 1838
PawnSac: and a good one too. black is busted. for example.. 33. ..Bc6 34. e7 Rh8 35. Be6+ Kb7 36. Bd7 Bxd7 37. Nxd7 Qe3 38. Qxe3 Bxe3 39. Re1 Bf2 40. e8=Q
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