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Swedish Logician
Member since Jul-11-11 · Last seen Oct-21-19
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   Swedish Logician has kibitzed 78 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-01-19 Chiburdanidze vs T Vasilevich, 1998
Swedish Logician: 20...Bxd5 21. Bxh7+ Kxh7 22. Qc2+ Kg8 23. Nxd5
   Sep-29-19 M Feigin vs I Vistaneckis, 1931
Swedish Logician: 37. Rh6+ a) - Kd7 38. Ne5+ and Nxc6 b) Kd5 38. Ne3 ++
   Sep-09-19 Koltanowski vs H Walpole, 1937 (replies)
Swedish Logician: The finish reminded me of this fabulous masterpiece by Petrosian Petrosian vs Pachman, 1961
   Jul-13-19 R Knaak vs J Pachow, 2007
Swedish Logician: Playing White against the Fajarowicz Gambit can be quite tricky, but Mr Knaak makes it look so easy ...
   Jun-07-19 Adams vs Yifan Hou, 2017 (replies)
Swedish Logician: <OldGeez76> The Black King is stalemated; Black's only move is 70. - h3 whereupon Whites mates with 71. Qc1.
   Jun-02-19 Reshevsky vs E E Book, 1952 (replies)
Swedish Logician: Yet again when BK is playing either side, the pun is awful; Eeero Bk was NOT called "book". CG gets the name right in the description, but wrong in the heading. Cannot this be put right? It really shows lack of respect for a fine player.
   May-26-19 Ed. Lasker vs Lasker, 1924 (replies)
Swedish Logician: What is STAR WARS?
   May-22-19 Capablanca vs Empire City Chess Club, 1931 (replies)
Swedish Logician: If I had been told that Capa was black I would readily have believed that ....
   Apr-24-19 Keres vs Konstantinopolsky, 1948
Swedish Logician: <Dr Siggy>, after 40. _ Qb1 + white has some options. A) 41. Rc1 Qd3 42. Kf2 Qe2+ 43. Kg3 Qg2+ 44. Kf4 Qg4# B1) 41. Bc1 Qe4+ 42. Be3 d4 B2) 41. Bc1 Qe4+ 42. Re3 Qc2 43. Bd2 f2+ 44. Ke2 f1=Q+ 45. Kxf1 Qxd2 46. c7 Qc1+ 47. Ke2 Qxc5 the same method works when the white ...
   Apr-21-19 I Platonov vs Krogius, 1971
Swedish Logician: Play could go 39...a3 40. d7 a2 41. d8=Q a1=Q 42. Qd5+ Kf4 43. Qf5# or, with the same mate one move later 39...Ke6 40. Kc6 a3 41. d7 a2 42. d8=Q a1=Q 43. Qd7+ Ke5 44. Qd5+ Kf4 45. Qf5#
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