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   areknames has kibitzed 170 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-13-18 Polugaevsky vs T Wedberg, 1988
areknames: I love 37..f5 which gives Polu the option of capturing en passant in 2 different ways, or play the stronger Nf6+ which seals Wedberg's fate. Haninge 1988 was a strong tournament and a triumph for Polugaevsky who finished clearly ahead of Andersson, Agdestein, Sosonko and Korchnoi.
   Oct-11-18 G Horvath vs Plachetka, 1994 (replies)
areknames: <Odradek> After 34.Kg1 Rb2 can't White simply play 35.Qxd8?
   Oct-11-18 R Frick vs D Maghalashvili, 2018
areknames: <Chessical: Where is the win?> The key is 22..Ng3+ rather than Nf4+. The rest is virtually forced: 23.Kxg3 f4+ 24.Kg4 Rf5! 25.Bh4 Rh5 26.Qe1 Nc2 and it's all over. Check out the youtube link above.
   Oct-09-18 A Karayev vs A J Datu, 2008 (replies)
areknames: Very good Monday puzzle: easy enough, but not the usual Queen sac.
   Oct-01-18 Chandler vs Y Gruenfeld, 1979 (replies)
areknames: Here we go again. Interesting game though, suicidal sac on f7.
   Sep-23-18 Mark Danilovich Tseitlin
areknames: He became a GM at 54? There's hope for us yet...
   Sep-18-18 Kotronias vs D King, 1990 (replies)
areknames: Got it in about a second, almost Monday standard. Like <Once> once wrote: <One to test our pattern recognition skills. If you know the pattern, it is pretty easy.>
   Sep-04-18 C Ratsimikatry vs N Faulks, 2008 (replies)
areknames: < Thing is though 28...♘d3+ 29 ♕xd3 ♗xd3wouldn't be the solution to a puzzle. The game would drag on a long time with best play.> Hardly, White is utterly lost and no one in their right mind, not even a beginner, would carry on playing. Having said that, of
   Aug-08-18 W So vs V Durarbayli, 2015 (replies)
areknames: <Penguincw> In the position of your alternate puzzle, White already has the advantage of a bishop and a pawn so the game is won already.
   Aug-01-18 Karpov vs Ulf Andersson, 1989 (replies)
areknames: <Howard> According to the Swedish mag Schacknytt 9/1989, the chief arbiter left the decision to adjourn up to Andersson, who apparently wanted to continue playing but found it difficult to go against Karpov's wishes. Kasparov, it seems, wasn't too impressed with Andersson's ...
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