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Tullius
Member since Aug-11-12 · Last seen Mar-04-15
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 43 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-15 Hug vs Portisch, 1973
 
Tullius: Dzindzi maintains that about 70 percent of all sacs are flawed.
 
   Feb-17-15 S Von Freymann vs Duras, 1912 (replies)
 
Tullius: A hash indeed. A better translation would be: "To put a piece en prise is easier to forgive than a move like this".
 
   Feb-16-15 J Shahade vs I Krush, 2004
 
Tullius: I'm not sure, but White's game goes downhill after 15...Nd4, as if Jennifer had overlooked that she cannot protect her f3 pawn after this move.
 
   Feb-16-15 A Holm vs Keres, 1932
 
Tullius: Edward Lasker called this "playing for heart failure".
 
   Feb-14-15 B Moritz vs K Emmrich, 1922
 
Tullius: <fokers13> 27... Rxc3+ 28.Ke2 Rxc7 29.Rf1+ Rcf7 30.Rxa1 followed by Bxf7 and White is a piece up. Or 28... Re8+ 29.Re7+ Kf8 30.Rxe8+ Kxe8 31.Qf7+ Kd8 32.Be6 and mate to follow.
 
   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 ...
 
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