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PositionalTactician
Member since May-11-07 · Last seen Jul-31-13
Hi! I am a chessplayer with a FIDE rating of 2055. I am here to learn more about the game. I like the daily puzzles.
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   PositionalTactician has kibitzed 51 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-27-13 Spielmann vs R Wahle, 1926 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: To Jimfromprovidence: I totally agree with your line, but I disagree with your opinion that White's brilliancy is busted. In the other lines, White can win 2 pieces for the rook and obtain better position (for example after Qf4 Kg7 try Bxf6 followed by Qxg4) Of course ...
 
   Nov-05-11 Xu Hanbing vs Gao Rui, 2011 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: @Jimfromprovidence: I don't think that it is a tough win ahead. True, it does not win on the spot, but 2 pawns ia 2 pawns (After Rh5 I think Rxf7 is bad due to Qh2+), and should lead to a smooth win for Black. They are also highly-rated players, so it should be an easy ...
 
   Jun-29-09 Chigorin vs A Solovtsov, 1884 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: In answer to MAJ, 19.Qxg7+ Kxg7 20.Nd5!! Black loses at least a piece
 
   Jun-14-09 Lahno vs Ulibin, 2005 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: To <PolishPentium>: There is a quick mate after 45...exf4 46.Ng5+ Kh8 (46...Kg8 47.Rc8#) 47.Rh7+ Kg8 48.f7+ Kf8 49.Rh8+ Ke7 50.f8(Q)+ Ke6 51.Re7#
 
   Mar-10-09 O Loskutov vs D Chuprikov, 2000 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: <spreadsanity: OK, so black plays 19...Rh7, and now white has to worry about his pawn on e2. There's no quick win in this line, shame you missed it as a defence for black.> Ok, so White is a piece up and you are not happy with it. And White does not have a pawn on ...
 
   Feb-27-09 Dolmatov vs Lautier, 1988 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: <YouRang><The material is even, but by golly, I've got better pawn structure! 1-0> <Okay, I suppose it's up to me to prove my claim with deep computer analysis...> I guess the program you are playing against is too weak... After 25.Bb4, I play 25...Bf5 ...
 
   Jan-01-09 D Volpinari vs M Alice, 2008 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: Quote: sleepyirv: <MAJ> Are you sure? 34.Kg1 and what's the continuation? In this situation, White is protecting the f1 square so White won't have the mate on it. 34...Nf3+ 35.Rxf3 Qe1+ 36.Rf1 and White is fine. Reply: I guess 36...Qxg3 and ...Qh2 forces mate?
 
   Nov-02-08 Piket vs I Novikov, 1996 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: 43.Ne6 Kg8 44.Qg7# as pointed out by Dzechiel
 
   Oct-26-08 Kiril D Georgiev vs Dlugy, 1983 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: I saw Ne5, but can't be bothered with the rest lol. Nice game :)
 
   Oct-25-08 G Agzamov vs Tringov, 1983 (replies)
 
PositionalTactician: Quote: "patzer2: For today's Saturday puzzle solution, the decoy and deflection sham sacrifice 25. g4! decisively undermines Black's overworked Bishop. Here's a look at some of Black's options after 25. g4! If 25... Bxg4, then 26. Ng5 . If 25... Be6, then 26. Rab1 . ...
 
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