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Peligroso Patzer
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   Peligroso Patzer has kibitzed 4139 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-25-17 Kasparov vs Bacrot, 2004 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: One more comment for today on this ending. There is another (but less well-known) game involving a (future in this case) world champion in which White missed a win available with the same move (66. Kf3). In this other game, it was the (future) WCC (Botvinnik) who was the ...
 
   May-23-17 B Savchenko vs A Kostin, 2007 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: Excellent post by <Once>. This one took longer to solve than usual for Tuesday. As explained in more detail by <Once>, the longer time necessary (at least for me) to find the solution was probably because the key Q sac did not involve a check or a capture ...
 
   Mar-20-17 D B C Prasad vs V Samolins, 2017 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: Traditionalist that I am, my heart thrills at the return of the thematic obvious queen sacrifice in the puzzle to start the new week. (Just too many Mondays lately with problems featuring aberrant themes, i.e., anything other than a queen sac)
 
   Mar-08-17 J L Hammer vs M Rodshtein, 2007 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: I am not sure of the context (especially how it relates to anything else contained in this thread) for the recent post by <falso contacto>, but I assume it refers to <47. ... Bh3> in this famous game, which involved a somewhat similar ending: Topalov vs Shirov, ...
 
   Feb-28-17 Rublevsky vs Navara, 2007 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: White’s simplifying tactic at moves 22-24 is instructive, but given that it only produced a clear material/positional advantage that required careful follow-up over ten or more moves to realize, as well as the fact that there were several almost equally strong winning moves
 
   Jan-21-17 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2017 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: <ketchuplover: Yasser said Carlsen missed a win when he still had his other rook.> As has previously been addressed in this thread, <56. Rc8+> would have won quickly, and even after Carlsen missed that win, the position was still winning (with much more ...
 
   Jan-21-17 Portisch vs Kasparov, 1990
 
Peligroso Patzer: This game is mentioned at pages 14-15 of King’s Indian Warfare, by Ilya Smirin, Quality Chess ©2016. Whilst playing through it, this patzer immediately saw that 27. Kg2? was not playable, so it’s surprising that Portisch missed it. Maybe he was in zeitnot. White’s last ...
 
   Jan-03-17 T Mauwa vs R Cecchetti, 1996 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: <Gregor Samsa Mendel: I thought black moved first in helpmate problems.> Brilliantly witty. But, as the above comment implicitly says, this is a <lousy puzzle> (except when given as a helpmate).
 
   Dec-23-16 Glucksberg vs Najdorf, 1929 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: <wildrookie: The Polish Immortal, ha! The only thing Polish in this game was the city - Warsaw - where it was played.> <kishore4u: 'Polish immortal' ha ha....> To elaborate a little on what was previously posted by <Kinghunt>, Najdorf was a native of ...
 
   Dec-14-16 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1985
 
Peligroso Patzer: A similar sacrifice of queen for rook on d7, followed by taking control of the back rank occurred in this game: Alekhine vs Colle, 1925 (as was noted previously in this thread in a post by Caissas Clown dated May-11-12; let me note BTW my opinion that “Caissas Clown” is an ...
 
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