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   Ulhumbrus has kibitzed 21558 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-10-18 Anand vs A Demchenko, 2017 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: On 27...Kxf6 28 Qh4+ Bg5+ 29 Qxg5 mate
   Jan-01-18 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2017 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: <Tonsillolith: <19...g5> may put White in trouble. I can't see any concrete variations where White gets a successful attack for the lost material, and the computer analysis in this app can't find anything either. It suggests g5 is best and actually gives a moderate ...
   Dec-30-17 Kosteniuk vs P Cramling, 2017
Ulhumbrus: After 22 Ra7 White seems to have a monopoly on any attacking prospects. What is Black to do? Cramling recognizes a weakness in White's position, the central square d4, and places her queen on it by means of the manoeuvre 22...Qb6 and 23...Qd4. White responds to that with a blunder
   Dec-26-17 Svidler vs E Romanov, 2017
Ulhumbrus: 27...h5 lets the d6 pawn drop. Suppose that Black pins White's knight by 27...Ba6. On 28 Rfd1 Bxc4 29 Rxc4 Kf8 Black has managed to hold on to the d6 pawn and on 30 Rc6 Ke7 Black's king is in play while White's king does nothing as useful. Perhaps Black overlooked something and so
   Dec-24-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: 11...Bf6 allows 12 Nd6. 35...f5 returns one of the pawns and 37...Rf8 returns the other
   Dec-24-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: 37...h4 leads eventually to the loss of this pawn and later the game
   Dec-24-17 AlphaZero vs Stockfish, 2017 (replies)
Ulhumbrus: 36...c4 looks like a concession as the pawn is no longer protected and this suggests that 35 Bc1 threatens something.
   Dec-23-17 W Grimshaw vs Steinitz, 1875
Ulhumbrus: 12...Qxa2 appears to lose by force after 13 Nb5+. One example of a possible reason is that Steinitz had thought earlier that he could go this far without losing the game.
   Dec-22-17 Svidler vs D Dubov, 2017
Ulhumbrus: 7 h3 moves a pawn in the opening. One alternative to 19 gxf4 is 19 Nxf4 20 Bxd4 concedes the bishop pair. One alternative is 20 Nc3-d5. If the attack 24 e5 wil not succeed one alternative is 24 Rxc5 at once.
   Dec-22-17 V Fedoseev vs Svidler, 2017
Ulhumbrus: <mike1: well... just wondering who played for a win after , lets say, move 34? Why did Fedoseev play this active 35 f4? Leaving the pawn structure unchanged should guaranty a draw.> Perhaps Fedoseev hoped to win by attacking the e5 pawn a second time and did not expect the ...
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