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Stanley Yee
Member since Jul-10-06 · Last seen Feb-24-18
Lives in Auckland, New Zealand. Candidate Master. Heroes are Anand, Karpov and Fischer. Webmaster of
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   Stanley Yee has kibitzed 125 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-23-18 Wei Yi vs W So, 2018 (replies)
Stanley Yee: White can draw by 27. Rd8 Rd8 28. Qc6 Rd7 29. Qc8.
   Jan-04-18 D Kokarev vs Ahmed Al Omary, 2017
Stanley Yee: And Nd4, but yes, it is a premature resignation.
   Nov-07-17 Yu Yangyi vs Lin Chen, 2017
Stanley Yee: 25... Qf7 26. Re7 Qb3 27. Rg7 Kh8 28. Rhh7#
   Sep-15-17 B Adhiban vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2017
Stanley Yee: <siggemannen> Good description of this game. B96 is full of venom. This is analysis from Fritz. 12. Bh4? allows 12...Nxe4, as the bishop is no longer guarded. 12...b4, I've always wanted to do this sac, just haven't had the opportunity. 13...Nxe4 is still on. 16...Nxe4!?, ...
   Sep-12-17 L Lenic vs Fressinet, 2017
Stanley Yee: 45. Rf8 Monday puzzle. I was staring at the position and was trying to kick the bishop into gear, then saw it.
   Sep-12-17 S Sevian vs Nisipeanu, 2017
Stanley Yee: <An Englishman> Agree, castling was wrong. Fritz says 21...g5 to gain counter play 22. fxg5 will allow 22...Rg8 23. h4 Nxe5 as well as protect the d7 square.
   Aug-21-17 L Dominguez vs Navara, 2017 (replies)
Stanley Yee: <ChessHigherCat> 18. Rb5 Qd8+. 10...Qa5+ can't be any good. Maybe 10... Qb6 seems to hold it all together.
   Aug-18-17 Karjakin vs Anand, 2017 (replies)
Stanley Yee: <bubuli55> 33... Rf2! (Not 33... Rxg2?? 34. f4!) 34. Qg1 Rxg2! 35. Qxa7 Qxc1+ 36. Kxg2 Qg5+ is a draw by perpetual.
   Aug-18-17 Kasparov vs Aronian, 2017 (replies)
Stanley Yee: 29. Rd8+ is a draw.
   Aug-18-17 Le Quang Liem vs Navara, 2017
Stanley Yee: Apparently after 56... Rc3?? 57. Rg7+!! Kf8 58. Rxh7 b3 59. Ra7 Rg3+ 60. Kxf4 Rh3 61. Rxa3 b2 62. Ra8+ Kf7 63. Rb8 Rh1 64, Rxb2 wins. Or 57... Kh8 58. e6 Rc8 59. Rd7 Kg8 60. e7 Re8 61. Rd8 Kf7 62. g6+ hxg6 63. Rxe8 Kxe8 64. h7. Amazing ideas from Fritz!
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