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bmcniece
Member since Mar-17-13 · Last seen Sep-04-15
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   bmcniece has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Jul-12-15 Harold Morton vs G N Treysman, 1937
 
bmcniece: 8.Nd5? Is a bad move
 
   Jun-25-15 A Compton vs A Gholami, 2011 (replies)
 
bmcniece: I suppose this allows black to give up the exchange and at least play on for awhile with 18...h6 so nevermind. 18.Bxh7 is clearly better
 
   Jun-18-15 S Collins vs D Haessel, 2011 (replies)
 
bmcniece: Became obsessed with 26.Qh6, the queen is immune to capture because of an eventual checkmate on f7 with the rook. But then realized the simple reply 26...Bxb2 and black wins. Kind of proud of myself because I did find 29.Qd4! in the 26.Nh6+ winning line
 
   Jun-12-15 Short vs Caruana, 2013 (replies)
 
bmcniece: Short beat himself, must be nice to be of such chess caliber that your grandmaster opponents come out and play like 1500's
 
   Jun-04-15 F Rhine vs D Bungo, 2013
 
bmcniece: Damn, powerful opening, good job. I definitely like Qc2 in this opening best as well
 
   Jun-03-15 Capablanca vs H K Mattison, 1929 (replies)
 
bmcniece: These moves practically play themselves
 
   Apr-24-15 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2008 (replies)
 
bmcniece: Ok, well Rxb4 is pretty obvious and the best move, so we still have to say the puzzle is relevant. Besides the exd4 line, which id still rather have white to be honest because all the pressure is on black to play perfectly did anybody see the not so obvious 29.e4!? (or possibly ...
 
   Mar-12-15 P Amiri vs E Gleizerov, 2005 (replies)
 
bmcniece: I keep seeing ...Qf1+ posted after Kh3 in the ...Nf3+ line. Is anybody not seeing the obvious ...Qxh2 then ...h5mate?
 
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