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dorn
Member since Feb-10-03 · Last seen Aug-13-18
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   dorn has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-18-12 M Socko vs Ju Wenjun, 2012 (replies)
 
dorn: Really funny.
 
   Sep-18-12 Ruan Lufei vs M Socko, 2012
 
dorn: Not <33...g5> but <35...Rf8> was a crucial blunder.
 
   Oct-06-10 M Socko vs I K Sukandar, 2010
 
dorn: White wasted a good position in two moves 32.Ne4?? (Rxc6 ) 32...Qxe5 33.Nf2?? (Rxc6 ) 33...Qd5? (Ng5! )
 
   Feb-17-10 K Dragun vs M Oleksienko, 2010
 
dorn: Yes, because of 36.Rxd7? (Rc8!). Both sides were in timetrouble.
 
   Feb-17-10 M Apicella vs K Dragun, 2009
 
dorn: 57. Ke3 Rxa2? (Kxg5!!) 58. Bxd6! Bb2! - Black just had seen that position after 58... Bxd6? 59. Rb6 is a theoretical draw. This young man understands chess.
 
   Apr-25-08 D Swiercz vs A Iljin, 2008 (replies)
 
dorn: <Gilmoy> After 21...e4 22.Bxe4 Qd6 Black has two pawns advantage and quite comfortable position, e.g. 23.fe6 Rxf1+ 24.Rxf1 de4 25.e7+ Kh7! 26.Nf4 Bd2! -= Of course the position is very complex and hard to calculate otb.
 
   Jan-21-08 Krasenkow vs G Sargissian, 2008 (replies)
 
dorn: 19...Qd2 and 20...Qxe1 seem doubtful. Black trades active figure and weakens his kingside pawns. I think 19...Ng6 was better.
 
   Dec-01-07 Sasikiran vs Macieja, 2007 (replies)
 
dorn: It's not so easy. We've just proved that black cannot exchange his rook (so white pawn f3 is save for a moment), but 42.e4 Rh3 43.Rf2 Ke5(!) is probably the best defense, rather not sufficient but there is a lot of play here. Anyway 42.e4 seems stronger then 42.ef4.
 
   Nov-28-07 A Galkin vs M Bartel, 2007 (replies)
 
dorn: In fact the endgame is drawish. 95...Ba5? is a blunder. Black has to gain control of field b6 by his King. For example: 95...Bd6 96.Bd8 Kc4! 97.Bc7 Be7 98.Bf4 Bd8 98.Be3 Kb5= 95...Bd6 96.Bd8 Be5? 97.Bc7 Bf6 98.Bf4 Bd8 99.Be3! and 100.Bb6 wins.
 
   Nov-16-07 J Rudd vs Joseff Thomas, 2006 (replies)
 
dorn: After 20... Ne3 21.fe3 de3 22.Bb4 Black cannot play ef2 because there is no pawn on f2.
 
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