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   Wilson has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-17-16 G Gottardi vs R Reynolds, 1996 (replies)
 
Wilson: Hi latebishop, I looked at that line as well but after Rxg2+ the g6 square is no longer covered so 33. Rf8 will no longer be mate.
 
   Nov-23-12 Carlsen vs T R Nielsen, 2000 (replies)
 
Wilson: I can't see what else they might have played. Maybe he's human after all.
 
   Nov-23-12 D Alzate vs Anand, 1984
 
Wilson: Initially I thought 20.Nd5 was the losing move because the white bishop eventually gets trapped on the back rank causing chaos for white. However, instead of Re4 which seems a wasted move, if he plays the simple c3 I think white has won the advantage but it is much smaller. White may
 
   Mar-06-09 Tal vs Timman, 1972 (replies)
 
Wilson: martinZH, I came up with a similar line and I don't see a counter for it. Note that in your line when he plays 23. ... Kf8 you have 24. NxB# My line went 18. Rxe5 fxe5 19. Bxg7 Kxg7 20. Ng5 Kf7 (Kf6 also leads to checkmate & h5 leads to ) 21. Qxh7+ Kf6 (because Kf8 leads to mate with
 
   Jul-08-06 R Lallemand vs M Lomineishvili, 2005 (replies)
 
Wilson: I am looking for the refutation for 27. Qg5+ instead of Rg1 Lines I see are 27. Qg5+ Kh8 28. Qf6+ Kg8 29 Rg1+ Kf8 30. Nxe6# and 27. Qg5+ Kf8 28. Qf6 Bd7 (28. ... Qe7 Qh8# and 28. ... Qd7 also fails)) 29. Rg1 followed by 30 Rg7 and mate follows. Any idea where I have missed please?
 
   Mar-18-06 A Aleksandrov vs Adams, 2002 (replies)
 
Wilson: <CowardlyKnight> 13. ... Qxc3 is possible but black does not want to open the c-file for the white rook. I assume he must think that a pawn is not sufficient compensation for the counterplay that white will receive in return. After, for example, 13. ... Qxc3 14. Bc2 Qc7 15. ...
 
   Feb-18-06 Bird vs Taubenhaus, 1889 (replies)
 
Wilson: 16. fxe5 doesn't look very good to me. Surely the threat of a future Rf3 is murderous isn't it? The immediate 16. Rf3 fails to 16. ... Nf6 (forced) 17. g4 Bc8 or 17. Rh3 Nh5 18. g4 (for example Bc8)? But why give up the threat so easily? Even e5 is more threatening than that isn't ...
 
   Oct-29-05 Steinitz vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
 
Wilson: Happy puppet, The reply was to a comment which was quite clear: "I've never seen a zugzwang with queen, rook and bishop on the board before." No mention of open or closed positions. Therefore I suggested my favorite zugzwang game. The fact that it is colloquially known as the ...
 
   Oct-19-05 Woorema vs Sacharjan, 1964 (replies)
 
Wilson: ArturoRivera: there must be a reason, you dont perturb your castle and your pawn structure if you can recapture with a knight! I am not an expert on the Najdorf, but I think blacks thinking was on the lines of: Black thought that white was going to shift his queen and castle 0-0-0 ...
 
   Oct-15-05 Tal vs NN, 1973 (replies)
 
Wilson: Nxf7 is probably better. 13. Nd6+ Kf8 14. Nxf7 Qe7 15. Nh6 Bxf3 16. Qxf3+ Ke8 17. Qh5+ Kd8 18. Nf7+ Kc7 19. NxR RxR and black is a rook down with a desperate position. Which means that by move 13 black is lost. 12. ... Nd5 loses quickly, especially with Bb5 on hand to protect the d7
 
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