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Walter Glattke
Member since Feb-15-17 · Last seen Nov-20-17
I wrote a chess book

   Walter Glattke has kibitzed 457 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-17 M Boe vs Jobava, 2007 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 19.Qd4 better
   Nov-17-17 P Van der Sterren vs Ljubojevic, 1987 (replies)
Walter Glattke: I now have proofed several continuations after 32.Rxd5 exd5 33.Qxd5 but of course all of them bring no win for white, Stockfish said it.
   Nov-16-17 S Sagar vs D Mirzoyan, 2016 (replies)
Walter Glattke: -16.-g6 17.Bxg6 Qf6 18.Bxf8 Nxf8 or 18.-Qxg6 16.-Qf6 17.Bh7+ Kh8 18.Bd2 Nf4 19.Bxf4 Qxf4 20.Bg6+ Qh6 21.Bxf7 1 pawn
   Nov-15-17 J Brenninkmeijer vs A Pieniazek, 1987 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 33.-Qg6!? 34.f7+ better than 34.Rg7+
   Nov-12-17 Harikrishna vs Li Chao, 2016 (replies)
Walter Glattke: If 27.-Bxe6 then 30.-bxc4 and try of king attack, not 30.-Qf4, otherwise 27.-Rf7 wrong concept, piece sac and no following attack.
   Nov-09-17 J Salas Romo vs H Appel, 1945 (replies)
Walter Glattke: A computer is no grandmaster, he/it would not comment 21.Qh4+ Ne7 22.Nxd5 g5 23.Nxb7+ Ke8 24.Bd7# or others, the metal brains but will find out, that 21,Qh4+ is a winner for white, maybe better than 21.Rxd6+
   Nov-08-17 Short vs Vaganian, 1989 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Yes, Monday standard.
   Nov-04-17 Carlsen vs Li Chao, 2015 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 28.-Qf6!? 29.Qg8+ Bf8 30.Rh8 Qxh8 31.Nxh8 Rxd5 32.Nxd5 White wins
   Nov-03-17 T Wedberg vs M Valvo, 1987 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Another nice ending idea was 46.-Kd7 47.Rd6+ Ke7 48.c6 Bxc6 49.Rxc6 (against -Ra7 and checks from a1-b1-c1)49.-Rxc6 50.bxc6 Kd8 51.Kc5 Kc7 52.Kb5 Kc8 53.c7 g5 54.Kc6 gxf4 55.gxf4 h5 and now the interesting idea (Kc6-Pc7-e5-f4-h4 - Kb7 Pe6-f5-h5) 56.Kd6 Kb7 57.Kd7! mating ...
   Nov-02-17 E Valdimarsson vs N Grandelius, 2016 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 47.Ng6+ Kf5 no 1-0 45.Kf2? Rb2 46.h3+ Kh4 no 1-0 45.h3+! Kg3 46.Nf5+ Kxg2 47.Rb2+ Kxh3 48.Rxa2 +- 46.-Kh2 47.Kf2 Rc1 48.Rb2 Bxc4 49.Nxh6 +- little advantage
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