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computer chess guy
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   computer chess guy has kibitzed 668 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-09-16 Crafty vs Houdini, 2014 (replies)
computer chess guy: Komodo suggests 24. Ng5 e6 (forced) 25. Nf3, leaving Black with a weak d pawn. White is then not worse.
   Oct-02-15 Velimirovic vs J Rukavina, 1975
computer chess guy: Velimirovic had "help" from his opponent. I think here: [DIAGRAM] 18. .. Nf5 holds for Black. On the previous move, better was 18.Nxf7 Kxf7 19.Ne5+ Kg8 20.Bxh6 Bxh6 21.Qxh6 and White has two pawns for the piece and an attack (but no win right away).
   Aug-09-15 A Fier vs N Getz, 2011
computer chess guy: Komodo says Black should have played 9. .. Bxg2, which picks up a pawn and stops White from castling.
   Nov-25-14 Short vs Caruana, 2013 (replies)
computer chess guy: What a brutal game. Caruana played very precisely, punishing every mistake and zeroing in on a mating attack.
   Nov-22-14 M Petrov vs N Ninov, 2001
computer chess guy: Nice play by White: 21. .. O-O?? 22. Bf6!
   Nov-22-14 Grischuk vs V Malaniuk, 2001
computer chess guy: [DIAGRAM] Black went for 25. .. Nxd4, but .. Nxe1 looks like a better move. After 28. Kh1 (instead of Be4?), 29. Bc8 Qxa7, White seems to be able to hold.
   Nov-03-14 A Lastin vs S Volkov, 2001
computer chess guy: Black was leading most of the game, but in the last few moves both players made errors (time pressure I assume). After 36. Rd2?? Black missed .. Bxb2!, winning. And White then missed the stronger move 38. Bh7+. 38. Rde2 wasn't bad either, but Black could have held on ...
   Aug-20-14 Topalov vs F Vallejo Pons, 2014 (replies)
computer chess guy: 9. .. g5 looks very questionable.
   Jul-27-14 Korchnoi vs Short, 1987 (replies)
computer chess guy: Korchnoi was much better out of the opening, and it is amazing Short managed to win this. 21. Qe5 (instead of Rg3) looks crushing: [DIAGRAM] Black will find it very hard to protect the c7 pawn and also fend off other threats.
   Jul-23-14 N Grandelius vs R Kurayan, 2013
computer chess guy: 21. f4? (Stockfish suggests 21. Ng3, preventing .. f5 as in the game).
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