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Straclonoor
Member since Aug-05-16 · Last seen Dec-14-17
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   Straclonoor has kibitzed 373 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-17 V Tukmakov vs A Ornstein, 1984
 
Straclonoor: After 57.Qh8 - Schredder 6-man TB verdict - white win in 57 moves.
 
   Dec-13-17 Alexandra Obolentseva vs I Osmak, 2017
 
Straclonoor: All in this game was clear until 60....fg3? 60....f3! with ...f2 wins this endgame.
 
   Dec-13-17 Vladislav Bakhmatsky vs S Vaibhav, 2017
 
Straclonoor: Pawn ending won for white. Here is best line Analysis by Stockfish 101217 64 POPCNT: +- (10.44): 41...Kf5 42.d4 e4 43.d5 Ke5 44.d6 Kxd6 45.Kxe4 Kc6 46.Kf4 g3 47.Kxg3 Kb5 48.Kg4 Kxb4 49.h4 Kxa5 50.h5 b5 51.h6 b4 52.h7 b3 53.h8Q Ka4 54.Qa1+ Kb4 55.Qd4+ Ka3 56.Qd6+ Kb2 57.Qxa6 ...
 
   Dec-12-17 USSR Championship (1920) (replies)
 
Straclonoor: By the way <The 1st USSR Championship was held in Moscow from October 4 - October 22, 1920, and was not the 1st USSR Championship.> USSR was formed in 1922. It was first Soviet Russia championship. Later, when regular USSR championships occurs, '1st championship' title ...
 
   Dec-12-17 J Pitkanen vs Varvara Petrova, 2017
 
Straclonoor: Totally won pawn endgame for black! I.e Analysis by Stockfish 101217 64 POPCNT: -+ (-13.72): 41.Kd2 Ke7 42.Ke3 Ke6 43.Kd4 b6 44.Ke3 Kxe5 45.Kd3 c5 46.Ke3 Kf5 47.Kd3 Kf4 48.Kd2 Kg4 49.Ke2 Kxh4 50.Kd3 Kg4 51.c4 d4 52.b4 axb4 53.Ke4 Kg3 54.Kd5 d3 55.a5 bxa5
 
   Dec-12-17 Danila Shemakhanov vs E Vasilenko, 2017
 
Straclonoor: Black had real chances to won this pawn ending Analysis by Stockfish 101217 64 POPCNT: 1. -+ (-2.56): 37...bxc4 38.bxc4 h5 39.h3 g6 40.Kc3 a5 41.Kd3 Kd6 42.f4 e4+ 43.Kd4 Kc7 44.Ke3 Kc6 45.Kd4 Kd6 46.g4 Kc6 47.gxh5 gxh5 48.c5 h4 49.a3 Kb5 50.Kd5 e3 51.c6 e2 52.c7 e1Q 53.c8Q ...
 
   Dec-11-17 Ribli vs L Yankelevich, 2017
 
Straclonoor: 49.f4? - mistake. Right was 49.Kg2 -> Kf3 -> Ke4 and only after that f4 with win.
 
   Dec-11-17 W So vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
 
Straclonoor: So had real chances to win pawn ending Analysis by Stockfish 101217 64 POPCNT: +- (2.76): 33.Ke3 b5 34.Ke4 Ke6 35.a3 a6 36.c4 h5 37.h4 b4 38.axb4 cxb4 39.c5 Kd7 40.Kd5 Kc7 41.Kc4 Kc6 42.Kxb4 Kd5 43.f5 gxf5 44.f4 Kc6 45.Kc4 a5 46.Kd4 Kb7 47.Kd5 Kb8 48.Kc6 Ka7 49.Kb5
 
   Dec-07-17 Leonhardt vs Schlechter, 1905
 
Straclonoor: Leonhardt had chances to win in queen endgame. Main idea is - capture 'a7' pawn, keep b-pawn on b3 and then promote 'a' pawn. Seems simple but very difficult to avoid perpetual check.
 
   Dec-07-17 Schlechter vs Leonhardt, 1912
 
Straclonoor: 32.Qh4+ missed win. After 32.Ng5+ Qxg5 33.Qxg5 Rxe1+ 34.Kh2 Re2 35.Qf5+ Kg8 36.Qg4+ Kf7 37.Qd7+ Re7 38.Qxd4 Be4 39.h4 Ke8 40.Bxc4 bxc4 41.Qxc4 Kd8 42.Qxa6 Rd7 43.Qa5+ Ke8 44.Qe5+ Kd8 45.Qb8+ Ke7 46.Qb4+ Kd8 47.Qf8+ Kc7 48.Qf4+ Kd8 49.Qd2 Kc8 50.h5 Rc7 51.Qf4 Bh7 52.Kg3 Re7 ...
 
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