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   Straclonoor has kibitzed 338 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-16-17 Schlechter vs Janowski, 1900 (replies)
Straclonoor: Many thanks, KEG, for commenting this superb game! it's my favorite game (c)-:))) by Schlechter. Some questions <7, BxN bxB 8. dxe5 Nb2 > probably 8....Nb7 ? <Why lock up the Black position like this. 8...Bf5 seems much better.> Sorry, black can't move ...
   Oct-12-17 Schiffers vs Chigorin, 1895
Straclonoor: After 12....f6? only 13.Bxf6! goes to win, as Pillsbury mentioned in comments. 13.Qe2? also was bad - 13....Bd6 gives for white only slight advantage.
   Oct-10-17 Aydin Suleymanli vs K Mekhitarian, 2017 (replies)
Straclonoor: When pawn endgame appears, position totally won for black - mate in 73 moves. Variation from Lomonosov TB7 so long, I'll not post it here.
   Oct-05-17 A C Taylor vs A Das, 2017
Straclonoor: Pawn endgame obviously won for black, because they have passed pawn on queen side. Analysis by Stockfish 090917 64 POPCNT: 1. -+ (-10.44): 33...g5 34.Ke3 gxf4+ 35.gxf4 fxe4 36.Kxe4 Kg6 37.Kf3 Kf5 38.Kg3 h5 39.Kf3 h4 40.Ke3 h3 41.Kf3 b5 42.Ke3 b4 43.Kd4 Kxf4 44.Kc4 Kf3 45.Kxb4 ...
   Oct-04-17 Siegbert Tarrasch (replies)
Straclonoor: <I must have missed the Keres books.> Keres wrote a lot of books. In my collection: - '100 games' - 'French defense' - 'Opening enciclopedia' vol.1 (king's gambit etc.)
   Oct-04-17 G Marco vs Gunsberg, 1904
Straclonoor: Why draw in final position?? White have two way to increase advantage. Analysis by Stockfish 021017 64 POPCNT: 1. +- (4.04): 47.Ra2 Rb8 48.Ne2 f5 49.Nxc3 bxc3 50.Ng5 c5 51.Nf7+ Kc6 52.Rc2 c4 53.Rxc3 Kc5 54.Rc2 Ra8 55.Kg6 f4 56.Kf6 Kb4 57.Rd2 Rf8 58.Rd1 Kc3 59.Ke7 Rc8 ...
   Oct-04-17 Najdorf vs Kotov, 1948 (replies)
Straclonoor: First of all - after 7-pieces position appears (48.Kxd4) on the board white win. Here is variation from Lomonosov TB7 48... Kf8 49. Ke5 Kf7 50. f3 h6 51. f4 h5 52. h4 Ke7 53. f5 gxf5 54. Kxf5 Kd7 55. Kg5 Ke7 56. Kxh5 Kf7 57. g4 Ke7 58. g5 Kf7 59. g6+ Kf6 60. Kh6 Ke6 61. g7 Kd6 ...
   Oct-03-17 A Sokolov vs Salov, 1987
Straclonoor: <Whitehat1963: Olga?> New chess GUI on
   Oct-02-17 K Bischoff vs Francesco Sonis, 2017
Straclonoor: Clear win in pawn ending for black. Two ways here Analysis by Stockfish 110817 64 POPCNT: 1. -+ (-5.68): 40...g4 41.hxg4+ Kxg4 42.Kf2 Kh3 43.Kf3 e4+ 44.Kf4 Kg2 45.a3 Kh3 46.b4 axb4 47.axb4 Kg2 48.g4 h4 49.g5 h3 50.g6 h2 51.g7 h1Q 52.g8Q+ Kf2 53.Qg3+ Ke2 54.Kg5 Qf3 55.Qh2+ ...
   Sep-28-17 H Wolf vs Tartakower, 1923
Straclonoor: <Also 42...a4 was probably better than Tartakower's continuation in the game.> It was so good because in 7-pieces endgame, appeared after 65.Kxc2, black have clear win. Here is line from Lomonosov TB7 1... Rd4 2. Rxh6 g4 3. Rg6 Kf5 4. Kc3 Rd7 5. Kc4 Rh7 6. Kd3 Rxh5 7. ...
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