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Peligroso Patzer
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   Peligroso Patzer has kibitzed 4168 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-13-18 Jonathan D Sarfati (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Dr. Sarfati – I think you might share my amusement at a sardonic remark I read in Sabine Hossenfelder’s just-published book, <Lost in Math: How Beauty Leads Physics Astray>, Basic Books ©2018. Commenting on the insouciant reaction of “Gordy” Kane, proponent of ...
   May-22-18 D Bojovic vs M Zarkovic, 2008 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: It seems that 24...Qc6 would have been a better practical defensive try (than 24. ... Qe6, the move actually played by Zarkovic that gave rise to the position given as today’s puzzle). In that case, White still wins easily, but only because after 25.Ne7+ Bxe7 26.Bxc6 Bxc6 ...
   Apr-25-18 chessforum (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Although this point was previously raised by <FSR> several days ago, there is still a duplicate of R Wojtaszek vs Mamedyarov, 2018 in the database for Gashimov Memorial (2018) . As usual, the duplication of this game is introducing an error into the standings ...
   Apr-23-18 Karl Pitschel (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Pitschel currently has no notable games. Despite his overall score below 25%, Pitschel won the following noteworthy game against J. H. Blackburne, which is featured as today's GotD: Blackburne vs K Pitschel, 1873
   Apr-16-18 D Sadzikowski vs A Mista, 2017 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: The move played by Black (44. … Qe3) immediately before today’s given puzzle position is an interesting choice. It is tempting to assume any move that allows a short (here, 2 moves) mating combination in reply is a blunder, and it seems Black could have prolonged his agony ...
   Apr-09-18 Vitiugov vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Further to my previous comment re: Carlsen's game today, his choice of 25. ... exd5 not only gave him an isolated d-pawn, it increased his number of pawn islands to four, including the isolated doubled pawns on the (closed, it should be noted) f-file.
   Apr-09-18 O Ladva vs B Assaubayeva, 2017 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <<SpamIAm: If 37...Nxf7 38.Qxb2 Black does at least pick up the rook with 38...Nxd6. Though White should still win with Q+2p vs R+N.> <al wazir: <SpamIAm: White should still win with Q+2p vs R+N.> But not without a fight. I would play on a few more ...
   Apr-04-18 Caruana vs Naiditsch, 2018 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <moronovich: We could be heading for 5 draws today.> But, interestingly for a tournament of such high category, every player had at least one decisive result during the first three rounds. This, of course, was in large measure due to the four decisive results in round
   Mar-28-18 M Kupferstich vs H Andreasen, 1953
Peligroso Patzer: Although the similarities between the two games are fairly superficial, playing over this game reminds me of another remarkable game also involving a form of rook imprisonment: Morozevich vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2009 . In the above-linked game from Biel 2009, Vachier-Lagrave ...
   Mar-27-18 Grischuk vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <moronovich:> You are right that the White knight went directly from c4 to the outpost on b6 (created by 23. a5), so my earlier comment about vacating the a4 square was mistaken. Nevertheless, I cannot see how White could have hoped to win that position with his pawn ...
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