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bogo78
Member since Apr-24-06 · Last seen Jun-18-11
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   bogo78 has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-14-11 Bazna King's Tournament (2011) (replies)
 
bogo78: So much walking around Nisi's table. Radjabov, Vassily and Naka must have dug a trench in that carpet... I am getting distracted, I hope Nisi does not mind. You know, now that they have those screens with all games I don't understand why do they have to come and go by the table ...
 
   Dec-04-07 Karjakin vs Nisipeanu, 2007
 
bogo78: I was curious and run it with Hiarchs. After 21. g3 the score is a perfect... 0.00 So those guys really know how to appraise a position, don' t they?!
 
   Dec-04-07 Nisipeanu vs Karjakin, 2007 (replies)
 
bogo78: <Gipsy> i believe 38 Kb3 is illigal, unles you are talking about a different position.
 
   Nov-29-07 World Chess Cup (2007) (replies)
 
bogo78: Wrong Score-Sheets galore, I wonder why?! I have browsed about 6 games from rounds 1-2. In at least 4 of them there are obvious wrong order of moves if not incomplete scoresheets. I wonder how could this problem be remedied? I know CG is NOT at fault here, but perhaps the organizers ...
 
   Nov-27-07 Mamedyarov vs Z Kozul, 2007 (replies)
 
bogo78: I look again and again at whites 26 move and I can't understand it, besides being tempted not to believe my eyes... Its one of the funniest and strangest positions I have seen. Can anyone tell me why the white ♕ can not be captured, please?
 
   Sep-27-07 Ed. Lasker vs B F Winkelman, 1926 (replies)
 
bogo78: Quite a few of us were wondering if 16.Bxh7 was necessary or perhaps 16.Bxf6 would do. When i 'solved' the puzzle i overlooked the simple defense to the later alternative. Namely black has ...Nbd5 and the attack will be stopped.
 
   Aug-21-07 Zsofia Polgar vs J Kontra, 1982 (replies)
 
bogo78: Oh, now i see that the exchange is lost even with 15...Qg4 16 Nxc6 Re7 17Nd5 and both rooks are attacked. But the general question still remains.
 
   Aug-17-07 I Madl vs Chiburdanidze, 2000 (replies)
 
bogo78: <euripides: What happens after 23...Qd4 ?> I believe 24 Bxg5. Now the back rank mate no longer works since the ♗ on g5 can be interposed on c1 after the ♖ exchange on d1. So now white is ahead in material and probably winning.
 
   Aug-07-07 Carlsen vs H Harestad, 2003 (replies)
 
bogo78: 36. Qxh5+ If 36...fxg5 37 Rf7+ and now mate to follow. i.e. 37... Kh8 (or 37...Kxh6 38 Rxh7#) 38 Rxh7#. Black is doomed since 36...Kf8 runs into 37 Qg8#.
 
   Aug-04-07 J Klinger vs W Arencibia, 1986 (replies)
 
bogo78: <sataranj: i think i got it.> Qd1+ with the K on e1, may I ask who protects the Q?
 
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