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Volmac
Member since Mar-14-05 · Last seen Apr-18-15
Swedish Club Player
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   Volmac has kibitzed 80 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-17-15 W So vs A Giri, 2015 (replies)
 
Volmac: So is a pro. Took Giri out of theory.
 
   Apr-12-15 P Cramling vs Levitina, 1985 (replies)
 
Volmac: <Stonehenge: What if black accepts the queen sacrifie. 16...Bxd1 17. Nxe6 and then?> White wins if black accepts the Queen sacrifice. 16...♗xd1 17.♘xe6 ♕b6(17...♖xd5 18.♘xc7 is a beautiful fork) 18. ♘xd8+ ♔h8 19.♘f7+ ♔g8 ...
 
   Apr-12-15 J H Donner vs Velimirovic, 1971
 
Volmac: Donner's own commentary on the game is hilarious to read. But if only the chess is taken into consideration according to Donner 13.h3 is much better than 13.♗f1 but the big mistake by white is 14.f4?? After 14...♘eg4 15.♘f3 c4!! he considers the game won for black. ...
 
   Apr-10-15 W So vs Akobian, 2015 (replies)
 
Volmac: This game will set a new standard just like E Agrest vs Ponomariov, 2003 did.
 
   Apr-10-15 Ulf Andersson vs J H Donner, 1979
 
Volmac: The quote is from Donner's book "The King", the original article is from the Dutch magazine Skaakbulletin, august 1979.
 
   Mar-29-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
 
Volmac: <How about Seoul, Korea as the site for the final?> Pia - "Gangnam Style"
 
   Mar-24-15 Karpov vs P Cramling, 1995
 
Volmac: <Eggman: Chessgames.com: this gamescore is seriously screwed up. 38...Rf5 and 39...Rxf2+ don't make any sense.> Pia Cramling annotated this game in the Swedish chess book "Iskalla drag" (2003). The gamescore given here is indeed wrong. Black played 34...♘xg4 and ...
 
   Mar-23-15 P Cramling vs V Gunina, 2015 (replies)
 
Volmac: 38.♖h7+! ♔g5 (38...♔xh7 39.♕f7+ ♔h6 40.♕xg6 mate) 39.fxg6+ ♘f5 (39...♔h4 40.♖f4 mate) 40.g7 ♔h4 41.♕d8+ ♘e7 42.♕xe7+ ♔g4 43.g8♕+ ♕g6 44.♕xg6 mate
 
   Mar-14-15 M Lunn vs N Grandelius, 2015
 
Volmac: <An Englishman> White didn't lose on time according to the website, but was already very short on time and maybe missed that he could play 24.♖d4 after the obvious 23...♘xb2 (24.♖b1? ♖xe2). Black is still better though.
 
   Feb-23-15 Pelikan vs W J Muhring, 1936 (replies)
 
Volmac: <offramp: A game by Anish Giri might have been more sensible for the pun.> Or a game by Garry.
 
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