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Member since Sep-26-05 · Last seen Oct-15-19
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   RandomVisitor has kibitzed 11806 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-15-19 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1970
 
RandomVisitor: After 9...c5 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <48/63 1:06:26 +0.42 10.Ne1 Bb7 11.f3> d5 12.cxd5 exd5 13.dxc5 bxc5 14.Rb1 Ba6 15.Rxb8 Bxe2 16.Rxd8 Bxd1 17.Rxf8+ Rxf8 18.Ba3 Rc8 19.Rf2 Ba4 20.Nd3 Nd7 21.Rd2 g5 22.h4 h6 23.hxg5 hxg5 24.Nb2 Bc6 25.c4 Nb6 26.Rc2 ...
 
   Oct-15-19 Reshevsky vs Fischer, 1965
 
RandomVisitor: White could have improved, possibly with 9.Be2, possibly 9.Ne1 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <51/71 3:42:47 +0.35 9.Be2 Bb7 10.Nd2 Ne4 11.Nxe4 Bxe4 12.f3> Bb7 13.Qc2 c5 14.Bd3 h6 15.f4 d5 16.cxd5 exd5 17.dxc5 Nd7 18.cxb6 axb6 19.Rd1 Nc5 20.Be2 Ne4 21.Bf3 Re8
 
   Oct-15-19 Art Zhao vs D A Yeager, 2011 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: After 36.Qg5 the computer has difficulty making progress against strong defense [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <74/91 3:18:38 -0.49 36...Qf7 37.Qh4 f4 38.Bxf4 h5 39.Bc1> b5 40.Ba3 Kh7 41.Qe4 Qc7 42.Qe3 c4 43.Bd6 Qf7 44.Ba3 Bf5 45.Qb6 Bd7 46.Qe3 Kg7 47.Qg5 Qe6
 
   Oct-14-19 Kramnik vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: 39.Rc6+ and white is in charge
 
   Oct-13-19 Kholmov vs Hort, 1967
 
RandomVisitor: Black missed the complications arising from 30...Na4+ which lead to an advantage [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <57/92 2:45:02 k -2.70 30...Na4+ 31.Ka3 Nab6 32.Bc3 Nxc4+> 33.Kb3 b5 34.a3 Nc5+ 35.Ka2 e5 36.Ne2 Rf1 37.g4 Ne4 38.Bb2 Kd7 39.Nc3 Nxc3+ 40.Rxc3 e4 ...
 
   Oct-13-19 L Christiansen vs Seirawan, 1978 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: A final look at 25.Nxa4 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <56/94 1:13:29 +3.26 25...Bxa4 26.b4 f5 27.Rf4 e5 28.bxc5 exf4 29.Bxc4> Kh7 30.Qa1 Bxc2 31.Rc1 Be4 32.cxd6 Qxd6 33.f3 h5 34.fxe4 Rxe4 35.Qc3 Qb6+ 36.Kf1 Qc5 37.Rc2 Rd4 38.Bb3 Qb5+ 39.Ke1 Re4+ 40.Kf2 ...
 
   Oct-12-19 V Gashimov vs Korchnoi, 2008 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: 24.Qe3 might have been better, protecting c3 and d4. [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <43/68 17:11 +1.69 24.Qe3> Ke8 25.Bf3 bxc3+ 26.Qxc3 Qd8 27.Rb1 Ne7 28.Nh3 Rg7 29.Ng5 Ra6 30.Qb2 Ra8 31.Bd1 Ng8 32.Rf3 Ne7 33.c3 Nf5 34.g3 Bc6 35.Bc2 Kd7 36.Ke2 Ra7 37.Qc1 Kc8
 
   Oct-12-19 Fischer vs C Kalme, 1958 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: Did Fischer miss an earlier win? After 28.Be3! [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100908_x64_modern: <47/98 1:13:52 +3.07 28...Kg7 29.Rc5> Be6 30.c7 Rd2 31.Bxd2 cxd2 32.Rd1 Be7 33.Rb5 Rc8 34.Rxd2 Rxc7 35.Be4 g4 36.hxg4 Bxg4 37.Rb7 Rc1+ 38.Kh2 Bg5 39.Rc2 Rd1 40.Rc5 Bf4+ 41.g3 Bd6 ...
 
   Oct-05-19 S Volkov vs B Socko, 2014 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: Others have shown that 21.Nxd5 is only one way to win. Surprising are 21.Bb2 and 21.c4: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_19100109_x64_modern: <44/79 3:00:18 +4.79 21.Rh7 fxg6 22.Rh8> Qxh8 23.Nxg6+ Kf7 24.Nxh8+ Rxh8 25.Qc7 Ba6 26.c4 Rc8 27.Qf4+ Ke7 28.cxd5 cxd4 29.Bb2 Nc5 30.Qe5+ ...
 
   Oct-04-19 R Loetscher vs M Bluebaum, 2016 (replies)
 
RandomVisitor: The computer likes 28...Bxg2, but 28...e5 also works.
 
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