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   RandomVisitor has kibitzed 11380 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-26-17 I Bukavshin vs E Inarkiev, 2015
RandomVisitor: However, digging deeper, an article translated from Russian questions this: Ivan Bukavshin died of poisoning, but nobody cares The Tolyatti newspaper Freedom Square published a story about Ivan Bukavshin, which reports that on January 12 of this year the grandmaster suddenly ...
   Jun-25-17 A Kharatyan vs B Khotenashvili, 2007 (replies)
RandomVisitor: <ChessHigherCat>9.Kd2 is bad because of 9...exc3+. 9.Bd3 is bad because of 9...Qxe5+. After 9...Qe4+ white must play 10.Be3 which is bad. If instead 10.Kd2 is met by 10...exc3+ which is bad. White could just resign...
   Jun-25-17 Keres vs E Walther, 1964 (replies)
RandomVisitor: After 23...Bg6 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17061704_x64_modern: <2 hours computer time> <+4.24/46 24.Nxg4 hxg4 25.Rxf8+ Bxf8 26.Qxg4 Kh7 27.h5 Bd3 28.Rf3 Qe8> 29.Rxd3 Kh6 30.Qe6+ Qxe6 31.dxe6 e4 32.Re3 Re8 33.Rxe4 Kxh5 34.Nd5 Be7 35.Kg1 Kg6 36.Kf2 Kg5 37.Kf3 Kf5 38.b3 a6 ...
   Jun-24-17 J A Grefe vs K Commons, 1975 (replies)
RandomVisitor: 20.Kf1 dxe4 21.Qxe4 Qxc2 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17061704_x64_modern: <4 hours computer time> <+0.84/45 22.Qe2 Qxe2+ 23.Bxe2> Rfd8 24.Rxd8+ Rxd8 25.Rh3 Rd7 26.Ra3 b6 27.Rc3 Kf8 28.Rc8+ Ke7 29.Bb5 Rd5 30.a4 Rc5 31.Rh8 h6 32.Ke2 Rc7 33.Kf3 Kf6 34.Kf4 Rc1 35.Ra8 Rc7 ...
   Jun-18-17 C Chaplin vs Reshevsky, 1923 (replies)
RandomVisitor: <Clement Fraud><5.Qe2, however, is a genuinely viable try for white> Perhaps, but 5...Bb4+ is complicated: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17061704_x64_modern: <47 minutes computer time> <0.00/47 5...Bb4+ 6.Kd1> d5 7.exd6 f5 8.Nbd2 Bxd2 9.dxc7 Qxc7 10.Nxd2 0-0 ...
   Jun-13-17 L Dominguez vs Yusupov, 2006 (replies)
RandomVisitor: After 23.a5 white will sac the a- and c-pawns to draw black pieces away from the attack-weakened kingside. There will be no endgame to take advantage of the material. However, black could have tried: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17052608_x64_modern: <5 minutes computer time> ...
   Jun-11-17 Steinitz vs F Burden, 1862 (replies)
RandomVisitor: After 30...h3 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17052608_x64_modern: <6 minutes computer time> <+3.59/37 31.Rg1> Nf2 32.Nd6 Rf8 33.c5 h2 34.Re1 h1R 35.Rxh1 Nxh1 36.c6 bxc6 37.dxc6 g5 38.Nd4 g4 39.N4f5 g3 40.Ne3 Kg7 41.c7 Kf6 42.Kc1 Ke5 43.c8Q Rxc8 44.Nxc8 Kf4 45.Kd2 Nf2 46.Nd6 ...
   Jun-04-17 Shirov vs Lautier, 1995 (replies)
RandomVisitor: <morfishine>The line I was thinking about was the sequence 21.Bxa4 Rxa4 22.Rxa4 Bxa4 23.Qxa4 "winning a piece" [DIAGRAM] but then 23...Ne2+ 24.Kh1 Nxc1 winning it back. Maybe I wasn't clear.
   Jun-02-17 S Kriventsov vs Stripunsky, 2004
RandomVisitor: After 27.Qe3 maybe black had a faster way to win: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17052608_x64_modern: <5 1/2 hours computer time> <-6.02/48 27...Rd1 28.Kg2 Rxf1 29.Qxa7 Nxa7 30.Rxf1 Bxe4+> 31.Kf2 Bc2 32.Nc5 Nc6 33.b4 Rd2+ 34.Kg3 e4 35.h3 Ne5 36.Kf4 Kf7 37.Nxe4 Rd3 38.Ng5+ Kg8
   May-31-17 A David vs T Nedev, 2007 (replies)
RandomVisitor: If black had played 17...Bxg4 things might have been different: 18.hxg6 hxg6 19.Bh6 Bxf3 20.Qe3 Bxd1 21.Qg5 and maybe black can survive the attack [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_17052608_x64_modern: <3 minutes computer time> <+0.27/37 21...Rf7 22.Qxg6 Qc8> 23.Rg1 Qf5 24.Qxf5 ...
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