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   adamico has kibitzed 51 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Aug-30-14 Flohr vs Grob, 1933 (replies)
adamico: <Francio> <Offramp> Also, this GOTD pun relates to the Flohr variation of the Ruy Lopez: Kasparov vs Karpov, 1986
   Jun-14-14 Furman vs Kholmov, 1963 (replies)
adamico: Wow, pretty combination. I calculated through 33. Ke7, but i abandoned it because it seemed that the king would get away and I never considered going after material instead of a checkmate. But I think it's interesting to look at my shortcomings in attempting to solve this puzzle. ...
   Jan-10-14 Topalov vs G Minchev, 1988 (replies)
adamico: How can this not be one of Minchev's notable games?
   Jan-06-14 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
adamico: <<Nickster>: Can we say that ANY Bishop ending is won for Black?> Admittedly the actual position in this game and the fact that we are up a pawn may render this moot, but as a general rule, I think in a same-bishop endgame it is preferable to have your own pawns on the ...
   Jan-01-14 The Caissars chessforum (replies)
adamico: Is a list of the winners from past years posted somewhere?
   Oct-01-13 Y Zhou vs M Wood, 2008 (replies)
adamico: I don't love the position after 22. Qe8+ Qf8. I think I prefer snagging the pawn with 22. Qxc7.
   Mar-23-12 T Nabaty vs E Pavlidou, 2012
adamico: Maybe the game notation is wrong. 21. Bxd7 looks impossible for white to miss.
   Oct-27-11 Sajtar vs M Dietze, 1943 (replies)
adamico: detritus, thanks for the analysis. I'll side with you on this one. Things turn a little too cloudy for my liking in the variation you gave. sevenseaman, black cannot totally ignore Rf6 because of the threat of Rxh6.
   Oct-26-11 Maroczy vs Vidmar, 1922 (replies)
adamico: I saw 17. Re7, but how about 17. Ne5 as a defense? It looks like black can limit the damage to losing a piece and a pawn. White also would have a commanding position with the rook plus knight in play and the bishop ready to get involved while the black pieces, especially the rook on
   Oct-25-11 L Lenic vs Le Quang Liem, 2011 (replies)
adamico: <KingG> Yeah, I immediately recognized this tactic from the Kasparov game.
   Aug-15-11 Akobian vs The World, 2011 (replies)
   Mar-31-11 Onischuk vs C Balogh, 2008 (replies)
   Mar-29-11 R Nolte vs K Chua, 2009 (replies)
   Mar-11-11 20th Amber Tournament (Rapid) (2011) (replies)
   Feb-17-11 U Boensch vs K Litkiewicz, 1974 (replies)
   Jan-09-11 Fressinet vs Kosteniuk, 2007 (replies)
   Nov-05-10 A Filippov vs Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, 2010 (replies)
   Oct-24-10 Short vs Karjakin, 2008 (replies)
   Oct-11-10 The World vs N Pogonina, 2010 (replies)
   Sep-11-10 Carlsen vs The World, 2010 (replies)
   Sep-04-10 A Istratescu vs B Amin, 2008 (replies)
   Aug-21-10 Julio Bolbochan vs C H Maderna, 1953 (replies)
   Aug-10-10 B Wexler vs O Bazan, 1960 (replies)
   Aug-01-10 Ponomariov vs Z Gyimesi, 2005 (replies)
   Jul-03-10 V L Wahltuch vs H G Cole, 1919 (replies)
   Jul-02-10 N Paikidze vs C Balogh, 2010 (replies)
   Jun-19-10 O Renet vs G Miralles, 1986 (replies)
   May-05-10 L Mkrtchian vs S Milliet, 2008 (replies)
   Mar-15-10 Jobava vs Z Almasi, 2010 (replies)
   Aug-28-09 H Mas vs Ngoc Truongson Nguyen, 2009
   Dec-30-08 N Lisicic vs D Arsic, 2008 (replies)
   Dec-09-08 A Kvon vs E Acuner, 2005 (replies)
   Oct-16-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
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