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   boringplayer has kibitzed 17 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-14-18 Alekhine vs Jacques Davidson, 1921
boringplayer: Agree with Hidden Skillz. Have to believe Alekhine would have seen the sac on f2, and prepared the Q sac, before he played 33. Ne2.
   Sep-14-18 I Chirila vs I K Sukandar, 2017 (replies)
boringplayer: Looks like 21....h6, allowing 22.Bh3, was the ruination of the Black position. 21...g6 ( according to Stockfish ) was much better.
   Aug-29-18 V Rozic vs M Velcheva, 2008 (replies)
boringplayer: I was drawn to 36. Rf3, and I don't see how Black defends. However, the text is very forcing!
   May-19-18 E Cohn vs Rubinstein, 1909
boringplayer: Thank you to all the players who took the time for such in-depth analysis of the K+P ending!
   Apr-25-18 Rubinstein vs Marshall, 1908 (replies)
boringplayer: The Stockfish analysis feature gives White a +1.79, after 27.d5. This could probably use a better look.
   Apr-04-18 Navara vs A Pashikian, 2016 (replies)
boringplayer: Saw the idea of trapping the B, but the finish wasn't so simple. This may fall under the heading " and the rest is technique," but I certainly didn't find it.
   Jun-29-17 Hebden vs A Madan, 2007 (replies)
boringplayer: @ Brapp: White follows up with 55. Qb8+ and Be7.
   Jan-23-12 L Bruzon Batista vs Timman, 2012
boringplayer: A good example of trading advantages. White finally achieves the good knight vs bishop position, but trades it away to create a K-side weakness that causes no end of difficulties for black.
   Dec-04-09 Furman vs Keres, 1948 (replies)
boringplayer: A nice game, with a pleasant combo. I think Furman was Spassky's coach for some years.
   Sep-07-09 H Mueller vs O Bernstein, 1934 (replies)
boringplayer: Jason Frost, moving the rook to the h-file allows the K to cross the e-file after ..Nf4+. I don't think the knight gets away, but giving it up for a pawn leaves R+3 pawns for 2 knights, still winning.
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