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   borisbadenoff has kibitzed 293 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-07 Dzindzichashvili vs Fritz, 1991 (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: Could someone explane to me how 14.Nxe6 leads to 15.fxg4? Because I seem to have missed it.
 
   Jan-17-07 R Jamieson vs Unzicker, 1976 (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: How about 30. ... Re7 31. NXe7 QXe7 the black actually get out of the situation. And even has a material advantage. I don't understand the meaning of 30. Ne2 it gives nothing to black.
 
   Jun-22-06 French, Advance (C02) (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: <jmi: <borisbadenoff:> White made a number of strategic blunders. 1) On move 5. Bb5? followed by 6. Bxc6+? He committed not one but two cardinal sins. After 6 moves, his development is lagging (no other piece development) and to compound matters, he freed Black's ...
 
   Jun-20-06 Rublevsky vs C Gabriel, 1992
 
borisbadenoff: Up to including 12. Bc4 this is "known ground". White decided to play the Scotch instead of the Spanish variation of the four knights by 4. d4 normally here black should play 4. .. exd4 with really equal chances for both. But instead plays the 4. .. Bb4 Bogoljubow variation.
 
   Jun-20-06 Uncommon Opening (A00) (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: <DeepBlade: Sodium Attack anyone?> You mean the Durkin right? 1. Na3 well I don't like it that much as it's nearly useless in my opinion. You have to make 2 moves with 2 knight to get something useful to do.
 
   Jun-19-06 L Christiansen vs J Hickl, 1998 (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: <itz2000: can u show me the way for a win? 1. ... Kh6 2. Qg5+ Kh7 3. Qxh5+ Kg8 4. Qg6+ Kh8 5. Qh6+ Kg8 6. Qg5+ Kh7 7. Qf5+ Kg8 8. Qg6+ Kh8 9. Qh6+ Kg8 ???> Well 29. .. Kh6 is already a pretty bad idea in my opinion as it simplifys whites job.
 
   Jun-19-06 Von Der Lasa vs W Hanstein, 1842 (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: Nothing there are several missed forced mating lines: After 14. .. Kc6 mate in 6 15. Qxd4 Nf6 16. Bb5+ Kxb5 17. Nc3+ Kc6 18. Qc4+ Kd6 19. Bf4+ Ke7 20. Qf7 # The by you mentioned 15. Na3?? Qg1#!! Then 15. .. d6?? 16. Qb5# !! Then 16. Kc5 mate in 7 17. b4+ Kb6 18. ...
 
   Jun-19-06 V Malisauskas vs Alexander Hernandez, 2006
 
borisbadenoff: <Fast Gun: Offramp. I like your diagrams, how do you do this ?> Read here : Kibitzing Tricks under "HOW DO INCLUDE A CHESS POSITION IN MY MESSAGE?"
 
   Jun-16-06 M Ronteltap / Allies vs R Barber / Allies, 2006 (replies)
 
borisbadenoff: Well I used Rybka for this but as we know it's endgame evaluation is not always so good. But I'm willing to do a endgame testing. As I'm not so sure about this time control notions does 40/120 mean 40 moves in 120 minutes and over or 40 moves in 120 minutes repeating.
 
   Jun-16-06 Smejkal vs Hort, 1985
 
borisbadenoff: <question marks: Is there a continuation I'm missing after 36...Re7?> At least I see nothing fatal. Hmm don't know it looks more like black could pull of a draw then white a win.
 
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