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drollere
Member since Feb-21-16 · Last seen Sep-21-17
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   drollere has kibitzed 198 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-21-17 Von Der Lasa vs Staunton, 1853 (replies)
 
drollere: <White takes over the center...and wins.> yes, after move 29 black's choices are limited and defensive. at each move thereafter, white methodically finds the weakest point and exploits it.
 
   Sep-18-17 Morphy vs J Freeman, 1858
 
drollere: i don't see the point of 10... Qe8, losing the Qp and the chance to recover the piece. why not 10... Qd7?
 
   Sep-11-17 Yu Yangyi vs Svidler, 2014 (replies)
 
drollere: i especially enjoy the mating positions where the only pieces a player has left are the pieces necessary to mate the opponent.
 
   Sep-07-17 J Bernstein vs Capablanca, 1916 (replies)
 
drollere: i got as far as 29. .. Qc4 with the puzzle and thought at that point white would resign. harassing the black K to the opposite side of the board was a plucky idea to give the Rp a chance to queen, but white is mated when it does.
 
   Aug-28-17 Winawer vs Chigorin, 1875 (replies)
 
drollere: splendid 2N combination. the first move from the puzzle was obvious, but getting to that position from e6 was not.
 
   Aug-26-17 Kramnik vs A Giri, 2016 (replies)
 
drollere: <46.-Qd4 unclear resign> 47. Rd7 threatening Bg8+?
 
   Aug-23-17 Shirov vs Nakamura, 2016 (replies)
 
drollere: why didn't white play 38. Kh2?
 
   Aug-22-17 V Bui vs H Frey Perez, 2002 (replies)
 
drollere: Rc1+ is obvious in the puzzle, once white tasked the R on b1 to defend against check and Q capture at the same time. from move 24 on, white appears to be sleepwalking.
 
   Aug-20-17 Deep Fritz vs BlackMamba, 2015 (replies)
 
drollere: greek to me!
 
   Aug-19-17 E Grant vs Salov, 1983 (replies)
 
drollere: the importance of g2 and the liberating effect of f4 come into view quickly, and white's Qc1 implies f4 was on the top of his mind. the problem is orchestrating the moves to produce an inroad. 26. Ke2 seems intended to avoid the mate after Bxf4, Nd2+, but puts the K under a ...
 
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