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SpamIAm
Member since Mar-24-16 · Last seen Dec-12-18
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   SpamIAm has kibitzed 97 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-10-18 Tal vs A S Segal, 1952 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: Love this opening in which Tal allows doubled pawns, perhaps just to muck up his opponent.
 
   Nov-30-18 Robert Beltz vs Vasiukov, 2017 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: <Christoforus Polacco>, after 29...Qg3+ I would prefer 30.Kc4.
 
   Nov-27-18 M Baldauf vs D Andreikin, 2016 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: <Knightf7mate> LOL
 
   Nov-23-18 Nimzowitsch vs G Marco, 1920 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: Methinks we are all safe in condemning 9...Nf8?? as an awful move. 9...O-O was indicated.
 
   Nov-02-18 P Bobras vs P Schreiner, 2017 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: <drollere>, in your line with 32.Qxe4+, instead 32.Rxe4# is mate.
 
   Oct-30-18 F Patuzzo vs K Raisanen, 2008 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: Wow, you're right, <RandomVisitor>. Black's 26...h6? is actually a blunder. 26...Qe7 would've retained the advantage.
 
   Oct-19-18 Tal vs Keres, 1973
 
SpamIAm: The pawn is not pinned because of the black knight on g5. But, nevertheless, after 42...gxh6 white wins pretty easily after 43.h4.
 
   Sep-18-18 Kotronias vs D King, 1990 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: After 26.Qh6! let's play "What's the computer move?" 26...Qf1+ delaying mate by one move. :)
 
   Sep-17-18 Unzicker vs Tal, 1975
 
SpamIAm: Actually, <et1>, black is in a very bad way even without the final blunder. He is three pawns down without compensation. And trying to snatch a pawn back with 31...Bxb2 runs into 32.Qc5+ with more material loss. Perhaps Tal deliberately played 31...Qc7? as a way of giving ...
 
   Sep-07-18 R M McKay vs Hort, 1982 (replies)
 
SpamIAm: <Walter Glattke>, after your line 17.Bxg6 hxg6 18.Qh5, I'm pretty sure that black can play 18...gxh5 safely. Perhaps you meant 18.Qh4 instead, which wins easily.
 
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