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dgbuckmeister
Member since Apr-09-07 · Last seen Oct-15-18
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   dgbuckmeister has kibitzed 15 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-30-18 Bogoljubov vs O Sarapu, 1949 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: Does 35. Rf7 Re1+ 36. Kf2 Qxf7 37. Nxf7 win the black Queen or am I missing something?
 
   Apr-09-18 O Ladva vs B Assaubayeva, 2017 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: After 37. Bxf7+ Nxf7 38. Qxb2 Nxd6 it's not a simple win for white.
 
   Apr-08-18 P Motwani vs P Roca, 1986 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: 33. Qc3+ Kb8 34. d7 Rh1+ 35. Kb2 Qxc2+ 36. Qxc2 R8h2 37. d8=Q+ Kb7 38. Re7# avoids the 33. d7 swindle.
 
   Mar-20-16 Adams vs D Baramidze, 2015 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: <Kirchhoff> <Imran> <Black is down a piece and after 31...Kh8 32. Nf3 he is going to lose another piece.> After 31...Kh8 I think the problem for Black is 32.Rf1 pinning and winning Black's Nf2.
 
   Dec-14-14 M L Nicholson vs E Saglione, 2008 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: Yes, threatening Bxg7.
 
   Jun-13-14 Botvinnik vs A Khavin, 1944
 
dgbuckmeister: What about 31..Re4?
 
   Oct-12-12 Bezgodov vs M Jounousov, 1994 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: <Phony Benoni> see second Kibitz on P.1 <went for 18.Rxe5 dxe5 19.Bxg7 Nxg7 20.f6 Bxf6 21.Nxf6+ Kh8 22.Rxd7 .....> mating quite simply with Blk K on h8, Wh N on f6 and Wh Q on h6 or h7. I did too, and I think it works. Did anyone else consider or analyse this ...
 
   Jul-05-12 A Reshko vs O Kaminsky, 1972 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: Thanks SuperPatzer77.
 
   Dec-20-11 Larry Evans vs Foguelman, 1960 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: Like OhioChessFan (and presumably other's who'll come after us) I too had RxB6 exploiting the overworked Queen. Good but not great. Not decisive enough for a Tuesday. Dang!
 
   Dec-18-11 G Gauglitz vs C Horvath, 1987 (replies)
 
dgbuckmeister: In my head, I only saw as far as 46.Kh3 and it looked promising. So, I went with 44..Qc2+. Playing through, I got 46..Be6 and thought that was the end for white until I noticed 47.Qxe6 which stumped me. So, I missed the crucial 47..Qxc5 (a GOOT, get out of that) ... quietly ...
 
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