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   dick50 has kibitzed 79 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-28-18 D Khamrakulov vs S Abu Sufian, 2010 (replies)
dick50: How would the game continue after move 25...Bc4 by Black?
   Sep-30-17 A Goganov vs Jobava, 2016 (replies)
dick50: Black g pawn appears to be adequately supported whereas White g pawn is not. The stunning Rg6 changes everything. Now white g pawn is safe and Black g pawn can not be defended. Whether Rook sacrifice on g6 is accepted or not, g7 pawn and then the game for Black are gone. Black can ...
   May-02-17 Li Chao vs Wang Hao, 2016 (replies)
dick50: 27 Re8+ also wins! 27 Re8+ Nxe8 28 Qxe8+.. and wins as in actual game 27 Re8 Kg7 28 Qxc4 Nxc4 29 Bf8+ and wins as in game 28 Re8 Kg7 28 Qxc4 Nxe8 29 Bd4 wins black Queen and then game
   Feb-09-17 Sahovic vs Korchnoi, 1979 (replies)
dick50: I tried 35...Kg6 If 36 cxd5 h5++ If 36 hxg5 Rxg5+ 37 Kh4 h5 and mate on next move by 38 ... Rg4. White can postpone at the most by two moves Rg1 and Rg2
   Dec-28-16 F Hedke vs J Brenninkmeijer, 1996 (replies)
dick50: Easier than Monday! 34 ...Rh3 35 gxh3 Qh1+, 36 Kf4 (or Kg4) Qe4+, 37 Kg5 Qh4++ if White declines Rook sacrifice and plays 35 Kf4 Rh4+ , followed by 36...Qh1. Two major pieces on h file with help of Knight should finish White King. Rook on e8 prevents escape to other side of Board
   Oct-26-16 M Sion Castro vs Vyzmanavin, 1993 (replies)
dick50: Can White survive with 35 Qd8+ Ne8 36 Qd2?
   Jun-25-16 I Rivise vs A Pomar Salamanca, 1954 (replies)
dick50: White can prolong the fight with 36 Bg1 (instead of Qg1) The game would proceed as 36 Bg1 Rxg1 37 Kxg1 Rxg2 38 Kxg2 Kg7 39 Nxd5 c2 40 Rc4 c1(Q) 41 Rxc1 Bxc1 now white may hope for draw if he can exchange his two pawns and Knight for black pawns e and f
   Apr-26-16 N Pogonina vs N Dudareva, 2006 (replies)
dick50: Black declined two offers of Queen exchange, but finally had to give up Queen for Rook and Bishop
   Feb-11-16 Sutovsky vs I Sokolov, 2005 (replies)
dick50: Black Can offer exchange of Queen for Either Rook(On d2) or Bishop (on d3) and get two passed pawns on c and d file. In this situation White Bishop is able to offer some resistance but not the Rook. Hence Qd3 is the move.
   May-03-15 M Cebalo vs Vasiukov, 2014 (replies)
dick50: While first two moves are apparent, the game is amazing as 1. White Queen side Knight develops to c3 with a mate threat 2. 12 Qd5 is a stunning move. Queen is immune because of mate by Knight from c3. If not taken, Queen threatens mate on e6 and f7. Black Queen can defend this duel ...
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