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computer chess guy
Member since Apr-16-07 · Last seen Jun-29-16
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   computer chess guy has kibitzed 669 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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) ...
 
   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.
 
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