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TrczkWszczinsk
Member since May-10-16 · Last seen May-20-19
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   TrczkWszczinsk has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-10-19 M Leconte vs S Milliet, 2010
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Anyway they produced a very interesting game that is worth kibitzing with more relevant comments!
 
   Apr-09-19 Smejkal vs Kurajica, 1982
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Instead of the straightforward 25... Rxf4 black showed us these superb crushing tactics!
 
   Apr-09-19 Kurajica vs Ulf Andersson, 1980
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Probably I would have tried to "save tempos" with 92. Ke6?? but then 92... Rxd6 93. Kxd6 stalemate is a bad surprise!
 
   Dec-05-18 Beliavsky vs R Roskar, 2008 (replies)
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Saturn: After 21...Qxg3 not 22. Qd4?? Qxe1+ but I think 22. Rd4! threatening to trap the queen by Re3 is hard to parry.
 
   Sep-20-18 F Corrales Jimenez vs Stellwagen, 2010
 
TrczkWszczinsk: What a shocker: 28... Re2+!! Allowing Nxf7 is so brilliant, he must have foreseen it very long! White doesn't get enough material for his queen: 29. Rxe2 Bc1+ 30. Rd2 Bxd2+ 31. Kxd2 Qxe4 32. Nd6! Qh4! 33. Nxe8 Qd8, and the knight is trapped.
 
   Jun-28-18 Korchnoi vs Pirc, 1957
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Indeed, 11.? would give a very good Thursday puzzle. Who knows, perhaps VK saw it but didn't want to end the game so early?!?
 
   Apr-26-18 B Ivanovic vs J Sunye Neto, 1990
 
TrczkWszczinsk: The black threats seemed crushing, but white found a hidden defense. Instead, 29... Bf2! with the threat to trap the enemy queen should have won, e. g. 30. Qh6? Bg2:+ or 30. Be2 Qb7
 
   Mar-28-18 A Lein vs Savon, 1967
 
TrczkWszczinsk: Stunning bishop sacrifice!
 
   Feb-02-18 D Reinderman vs A Volzhin, 1992
 
TrczkWszczinsk: It's anyway not easy for white after 17. Bb2 Na5 18. Bd3 (cd4? Nc4 19.Bc3 Na3 with mate on b1 or c2) Rd6
 
   Dec-19-17 Mayet vs Anderssen, 1855
 
TrczkWszczinsk: 15. ... f5! is an interesting and promising sacrifice by Anderssen, although white's defence is weak. A better line would have been 18. Bd2 Nh4+ 19. Kh1 Nf3 20. Nf4 Rxf4 21. Bxf4 Qh5+ 22. Kg2 Nh4+ with perpetual.
 
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