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   SgtPepper has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-25-10 NN vs W Donisthorpe, 1890 (replies)
SgtPepper: This week is way too easy. Always look for a piece sacrifice that is connected with crating deadly threats to an enemy's king.
   Feb-19-10 Robson vs I Stavrianakis, 2009 (replies)
SgtPepper: I came up with a bit different solution. On the move 38. white can play Qxg7 forcing Kxg7 and then 39.Rg1+ Kh6 (forced as otherwise the black king is in a mating net) 40. Rf8 and black has no good way how to avoid getting mated or lose a plenty of material. My computer has ...
   Jan-03-10 Miles vs Z Mestrovic, 1990 (replies)
SgtPepper: There no need to calculate long variations. And in fact, the position contains so many pieces that it is nearly impossible.
   Dec-30-09 I A Nataf vs Wang Yue, 2004 (replies)
SgtPepper: My idea was to play 39.Qb7+ followed by 40.e6 and now the threat of Rxg2 is prevented queen one of the passed pawns. It think this is also a solution.
   Dec-25-09 J Becerra Rivero vs H Spangenberg, 1994 (replies)
SgtPepper: The idea behind 37...Rxd6 is that it can't be followed by 38. Bxe5 as white would get crushed with 38... Rxd3 39. Bxb8 Rxd2 and he lost too much material for the queen. I thought that this was today solution.
   Nov-20-09 H P Garcia vs R A Ziatdinov, 1994 (replies)
SgtPepper: I think lot of people miss an important thing: After 20. Re4 Rxe4 21. Ng6 any king move 22. Nxh4 Rxh4 is the material equal unless white plays 23. g3, which gives the black rook on h4 no flight squares except for h3. So 23... Rh3 24.Kg2 picking the rook and winning the game.
   Sep-29-09 F Blatny vs Vrbata, 1950 (replies)
SgtPepper: To dzechiel: It is not a typographical error, it is a Czech word and Czech words just sometimes tend to have a lot of consonants together. I know it because I live in the Czech republic :-)
   Sep-16-09 O Moen vs A Livner, 2008 (replies)
SgtPepper: Actually, in the final position black drops another pawn and white will get the passed pawn on e5. This is already resignable. Also, it is all pretty much forced since white's 20th move. In spite of all of this, does not give us five moves puzzles on Wednesdays ...
   Sep-12-09 Y Stepak vs Y Mashian, 1980 (replies)
SgtPepper: Actually, the rule for achieving a draw is 5O moves without taking a piece AND moving a pawn.
   Sep-03-09 S Savchenko vs Alexey Ivanov, 1991 (replies)
SgtPepper: Whoa, 37.Ne6+ is just shouting to be played.. Kudos to those who were not fooled by this (like myself) and found the correct 37. Rxf7.
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