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computer chess guy
Member since Apr-16-07 · Last seen Sep-22-17
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   computer chess guy has kibitzed 679 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-20-17 L Trent vs N Davies, 2009
 
computer chess guy: 5. .. Ne4 is better met with 6. Qd3.
 
   Jun-13-17 Rublevsky vs D Dubov, 2016
 
computer chess guy: 11. g4 is quite unusual: normal is f5 or Qf3. White was completely winning before blundering with 23. gxf6 (23. Rxh3 and White is still winning). Given that 11. g4 looks good, maybe Black should vary with 10. .. b5 (11. .. h6 may also be a better way to meet 11. g4).
 
   May-03-17 Mamedyarov vs Karjakin, 2017
 
computer chess guy: 12. .. Nxd4 is not a novelty: it had been played earlier in some correspondence games.
 
   Mar-21-17 Ruifeng Li vs S Sevian, 2017 (replies)
 
computer chess guy: If 24. Rd3 Qa4, White plays 25. Qc3, and Black is lost. Black's best is 25. .. Nxb2 26. Qxb2: [DIAGRAM] but then White's Queen will get to the 7th rank (if Black moves the Knight or if Bxc5 allowing Qxg7), with mate threats.
 
   Feb-26-17 Velimirovic vs A Stanoev, 2008
 
computer chess guy: 11. Be3 is the standard move. After 11. g4, Black can play .. d5 and is at least equal.
 
   Feb-20-17 P Makoli vs M Bosman, 2005
 
computer chess guy: Black was better most of the game. I think 38. .. g4 (instead of gxe4) is winning for Black, who would be up a couple pawns and have an attack on the kingside. 45. .. Bxb5 was a fatal error: White loses a Rook but then has an unstoppable attack.
 
   Feb-19-17 Dreev vs V Zvjaginsev, 1997
 
computer chess guy: [DIAGRAM] Qd5! here wins faster. After .. Kh8 to break the pin, White plays f4 and now Bxe4 as in the game is not possible.
 
   Feb-08-17 V Liublinsky vs Simagin, 1939
 
computer chess guy: 14. h5! and White has advantage. The pawn cannot be taken. After something like .. Rb8 15. Qe3 B7 16. hxg6 hxg6 White keeps the Exchange and is pressing.
 
   Dec-28-16 A Nickel vs D Olofsson, 2011
 
computer chess guy: 16. .. Nf6 was a novelty, and a bad one (standard is 16. .. h5).
 
   May-02-16 I Zakharevich vs A Korotylev, 2001
 
computer chess guy: 17. Nc4 is a nice move, possibly cooked up at home: [DIAGRAM] It leads to a very complex position. Black replies with .. f4, but White goes ahead with the attack, and Black actually does not have time to take the Bishop. However, 18. .. Qf6 (instead of .. Bxc6) ...
 
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