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   Straclonoor has kibitzed 308 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-17 A Greenfeld vs M Cebalo, 1986
Straclonoor: 7-pieces endgame drawn - Lomonosov TB7
   Aug-17-17 Von Gottschall vs Chigorin, 1902
Straclonoor: Why draw in final position? Probably white can breakthrough pawn wall and start winning it. I'll check it with Stockfish later.
   Aug-15-17 E Delmar vs Albin, 1893
Straclonoor: Strange game. Delmar avoided 40.Nxf7 with possibility to breakthrough, because (i think) he afraid that rook on g6 can be captured. Ok. But why Albin gave back his knight 69....Ng8 with loss the pawn?? After 69....Qxf3+ 70.Kxf3 Rd5 71. Rhc1 Rc8 white can't take on d4 not ...
   Aug-14-17 K Rosenkrantz vs Dus Chotimirsky, 1905
Straclonoor: One more tough pawn ending for Rosenkrantz. He avoided lost with Guidestern's help-:)) Analysis by Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT: -+ (-2.59): 27...Kg7 28.Kh2 Kf6 29.Kg3 Ke5 30.Kf3 d5 31.exd5 Kxd5 32.Ke3 e5 33.h4 f5 34.c3 Ke6 35.Kf3 e4+ 36.Kf4 Kd5 37.Ke3 Ke5 38.g3 a6 39.Ke2 f4 ...
   Aug-14-17 Timman vs Ivanchuk, 1990
Straclonoor: Nice game by Ivanchuk! After exchanging main pieces in middlegame he won advanced 'd6' pawn and go to bishop ending with great advantage.
   Aug-14-17 G Helbach vs K Rosenkrantz, 1905
Straclonoor: Pawn endgame won for white. Probably Guildenstern helped Rosenkrantz avoid lost in this game-:)) Analysis by Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT: +- (11.57): 33...c5 34.bxc5 Kd5 35.h4 Kxc5 36.g5 Kd5 37.Kf4 Kd6 38.Ke4 a5 39.Kxd4 a4 40.h5 b4 41.Kc4 b3 42.axb3 a3 43.Kc3 a2 44.Kb2 Ke6 ...
   Aug-10-17 Zukertort vs Anderssen, 1865 (replies)
Straclonoor: Final position totally won for white! It's strange that good tactician like Zukertort didn't find right way to force attack. Stockfish 060817 64 BMI2 7.38 (depth 34) 50...Kd4 51.Nxb2 Rbxb2 52.Qd7+ Bd5 53.Qa7+ Kd3 54.Qe3+ Kc4 55.Be5 Rb1+ 56.Kh2 Rd1 57.h5 Rdd2 58.Kh3 Bg8 59.h6 ...
   Aug-10-17 Bird vs Lasker, 1899
Straclonoor: <beatgiant> I take position from your post as initial for analysis. Here is results Stockfish 060817 64 BMI2 A. -1.31 (depth 33) 57...Rf4 58.g5 hxg5 59.Ke3 Rh4 60.Rd1 Rc8 61.Rc1 Rhh8 62.Rd1 Rhd8 63.Rc1 Kd6 64.Kd4 Rc7 65.Rh1 Kc6+ 66.Ke3 Kc5 67.Rc1 Kb4 68.Ke2 Rh8 69.Ke3
   Aug-09-17 V Antonio vs M Zarkovic, 2017
Straclonoor: Same case like in A Indjic vs Kamsky, 2017 Pawn endgame won for black. Not easy but won.
   Aug-09-17 Morozevich vs L Dominguez, 2016
Straclonoor: Interesting pawn endgame! Stockfish gives very strange, non human variation. Analysis by Stockfish 180717 64 POPCNT: +- (9.25): 36.h5 h6 37.f3 f4 38.gxf4 g6 39.hxg6 h5 40.g7 Kf7 41.Kxd6 h4 42.g8B+ Kxg8 43.Ke7 h3 44.f5 h2 45.f6 Kh7 46.f7 h1Q 47.f8Q Qe1+ 48.Kd7 Qd1+ 49.Kc7 Qa4
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