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I am an older 1800 player, back to the game after years of abstinence. I am from the Netherlands.
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   Tullius has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-23-14 W Kornfeld vs Zukertort, 1865
Tullius: Of course fxg2 is not # but +
   Nov-14-14 M Lange vs G Schultz, 1863
Tullius: 48.Bxg3 is yet another possibility; simple and effective.
   Aug-01-14 Alekhine vs Yates, 1910
Tullius: Kalendovsky & Fiala : "Complete Games of Alekhine", Vol.1, p.76 confirm the remarks by <Sourav>. Their source is Gebhardt R. et al.: "XVII Kongress des Deutschen Schachbundes", e.V.Hamburg 1910. Coburg 1911.
   Jul-27-14 K Shirazi vs K Burger, 1988
Tullius: 13.Qh6+ Kg8 14.Bc4+ and mate next move.
   May-22-13 R Bandal vs Tarjan, 1969
Tullius: I think that <wordfunph> has a point; 38.Rb3 does not drop a Rook, but sacs the exchange, in return for which White gets a position that wins quickly: 38.Rb3 Ra8+ 39.Kb4 Rb8+ 40.Kc5 R2xb3 41.Rxf1 and Black can resign. For instance: 41...Rxa3 42.Rf7+ Kh8 43.c7 followed by ...
   Apr-29-13 E Eliskases vs H Rossetto, 1941 (replies)
Tullius: I suppose you mean 28. ...g6-g5 29.Qh3. After 28. ...h6-h5 White plays 29.Qh6+ Kg8 30.Nf6#
   Apr-09-13 Topalov vs Kasparov, 1998 (replies)
Tullius: <Nerwal>Thank you for your reply. And you are right: after 47.Ng2 Kg8 the game ends in a draw.
   Feb-01-13 J Gudmundsson vs Szabo, 1937
Tullius: Or maybe 38.Ne5, blocking the dangerous Bishop. If 38...Bxe5 39.dxe5 Rxe5 40.Qc3 the material is even and White has counterplay.
   Jan-28-13 G Barcza vs P Rethy, 1953 (replies)
Tullius: If you play it right, the promoting pawn will not give check: 137. Nc8 c2 138.Nc6 c1=Q 139.Nb6#.
   Jan-20-13 Anderssen vs Blackburne, 1873 (replies)
Tullius: The reason for 31...c5 is easier to see if you first play 31...Re1. Now the only move for White is 32.Ne3. In order to eliminate this Knight Black shall have to move his Bishop to d4, but before he moves his Bishop he must play c5, otherwise he will just lose his precious pawn: ...
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