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Zkid
Member since Jul-26-07 · Last seen Sep-04-17
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   Zkid has kibitzed 84 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-14-16 Shabalov vs G Jones, 2016 (replies)
 
Zkid: Interesting that in the final position, after Qe5+ Rg7 wins and Kh7 loses, while after Qf6+ Kh7 wins and Rg7 loses.
 
   Mar-08-15 Spassky vs Ivkov, 1968 (replies)
 
Zkid: In reference to the drawish record (+2 =13) between Spassky and Ivkov, they must have been close friends or something. The longest draw was 30 moves and all but three were 20 or less. http://www.chessgames.com/perl/ches...
 
   Feb-03-15 D Baramidze vs Aronian, 2015 (replies)
 
Zkid: <gezafan> Black can respond with ...Qd4.
 
   Jan-16-15 R van Kampen vs S Shankland, 2015 (replies)
 
Zkid: My guess is White thought that he had 23. Qg4 Nxf2 24. Qxg6, and only now saw 24...Be8.
 
   Dec-26-14 Grischuk vs Topalov, 2012
 
Zkid: I wonder why Topalov didn't try 42...Kd6 (or maybe 41...f6) with winning chances in 4 v 3. Maybe they were both low on time by the end, or he was confident Grischuk could hold it.
 
   Dec-12-14 V Zvjaginsev vs V Milov, 1995 (replies)
 
Zkid: <Whitehat1963> I meant in the listed game continuation, that either the move 29. Bxc3, or (after 29. Bc1) 29...Nxa4 would win a piece. I think the point is 30. Rxe5! Qxe5 31. Nxc3 and if 31...dxc3 32. Qxd6, threatening Qxe5+.
 
   Dec-03-14 O Girya vs N Pogonina, 2014
 
Zkid: <Nerwal>'s position is very interesting. I actually can't find a secure win for white... maybe someone else can? After 33...exd4 34. Nxc7 d3: A) 35. Qf3 d2 36. Qd1 Rxc7 37. Qxd2. I don't think White's winning here. B) 35. Ne8!? B1) 35...d2 36. Nf6+ Kf7 37. Nxd7 d1=Q 38. Qf4+ ...
 
   Nov-29-14 C A Martinez vs V van Riemsdijk, 1993 (replies)
 
Zkid: <americanlala> 27.Bxf7 Kh8 doesn't mean much unless you see 28. Qxh7 anyway.
 
   Nov-23-14 Svidler vs D Andreikin, 2014 (replies)
 
Zkid: <morfishine> I think 28. Ne7+ Kh8 29. Rcc1 dxc1=R 30. Rxc1 Re8 is the issue. Although 31. Kf2 still certainly achieves a similar endgame.
 
   Nov-12-14 O Bernstein vs Euwe, 1946 (replies)
 
Zkid: <tranquilsimplicity> That is an advantage, but the bishop for knight advantage in a position like this is much more significant, so black has a comfortable advantage here. 37. a4? is the mistake, when white can't create a passed pawn on the queenside without giving up a pawn, ...
 
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