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   buk2 has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Dec-17-12 M J Tempone vs Miles, 1979 (replies)
buk2: why not 35.Qxd8?
   Apr-24-10 Topalov vs Anand, 2010 (replies)
buk2: <rossvassilev: <ROO.BOOKAROO: Why didn't Black take the bishop with 29...Qxb5?> Because then White's next move is 30.Qxd4+, at which point the only way to stop mate is by Black losing the queen.> Actually, even that doesn't stop mate. The final move is 32.Qxd7# no matter ...
   Mar-17-10 Fischer vs E Stepans, 1957 (replies)
buk2: "...I do not think any one has explained the previous question: Why does black not re-capture the knight on move ...13." because then the bishop captures the knight at d5 and skewers Black's Queen and rook.
   Mar-15-10 NN vs R Vassilev, 2009 (replies)
buk2: 6.Nxe6 would have led to eventual forking of Black's King and rook but then Black's Queen would roll up White's queenside pieces. Anyway, most players give up automatically when they lose their Queen.
   Sep-13-09 R C Griffith vs NN, 1888 (replies)
buk2: I would say 6. ...Qc7 fixes the problem. Now 7.Ba4 b5 forks the Knight and Bishop and Black is up a piece.
   Sep-08-09 N Fercec vs B Medak, 2000 (replies)
buk2: even I managed to figure this one out.
   May-21-07 J Barkhagen vs Topalov, 1990 (replies)
buk2: So much for Toppy's "weak" endgame.
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