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drunknite
Member since Oct-08-12 · Last seen Sep-08-17
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   drunknite has kibitzed 46 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-02-15 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
 
drunknite: Yes of course Fischer won in 20 moves and he was still the greatest player evah, but doesnt black mess up on move 36? why the hell does the move B off the blockade square? how does B and 2p ending go again?
 
   Dec-25-14 Kupchik vs Capablanca, 1915
 
drunknite: 44 c7 seems to draw without much trouble, the black R comes to h3 to take the g pawn with check and then then the h pawn (possibly on g2 or h2). the pawn on c7 ensures that the white R cannot help to queen on h1, cause after Rxh1 and ...Rxh1 the pawn on c7 queens. with this plan ...
 
   Dec-22-14 Alatortsev vs Furman, 1948
 
drunknite: OK indeed it looks like 68 b4 is the losing move although it takes a long time to break down the position. THe reason is essentially A) giving up the opposition allows K penetration and allows the black K and B to double attack g4 (black B goes h3) and B) the queening situation ...
 
   Dec-19-14 Euwe vs Pilnik, 1950 (replies)
 
drunknite: its easy to see why Euwe was so frustrated by this game, it appears to be a lost game for something like 30 moves, as far as I can tell. 42 Nb1 is almost certainly a mistake and can be improved on with Kg2 or something, that should hold. The real challenging problem is to see if ...
 
   Dec-16-14 K Darga vs Spassky, 1964 (replies)
 
drunknite: the first question is whether the idea of dropping the c pawn was figured out over the board or part of home analysis. The fact that he could have done it on move 91 suggests that he was waiting for a time control or maybe he just came back from adjournment. But its hard to say ...
 
   Dec-16-14 E Eliskases vs Capablanca, 1937
 
drunknite: I had enuf to deal with the crap online pc, I even think to get into a whole nother one... That and I come to the site to analyze and discuss. If someone can show an idea of how to win an endgame, I can learn from it and others can too. That is the whole pt of the site, not to ...
 
   Dec-16-14 Capablanca vs Dake, 1931 (replies)
 
drunknite: both pawns will queen; I am fooled again.
 
   Dec-14-14 Nimzowitsch vs Leonhardt, 1911 (replies)
 
drunknite: more B endgames. I think Nimzo makes the right calculation on move 65, then he gets carried away with move 66. I think if he just 66 Kf4 and takes the pawn next move it is fine, the K is in good position, for the B action (not sure how well theory was at this pt. the famous ...
 
   Dec-12-14 J Kolski vs F Sulik, 1938
 
drunknite: 48 Bf7 Nf8 49 f5 is actually pretty crushing, play then revolves around the passed e pawns, it takes awhile but black seems lost.
 
   Dec-12-14 King's Gambit Accepted (C33) (replies)
 
drunknite: A quick Kings Gambit Accepted, inspired by Damiano. (this was 3 minute blitz on game knot) 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Nf3 Nc6 4. Bc4 Nge7 5. Ng5 Ne5 6. Qe2 a strange formation inspired by Damiano defense (...Ne7 idea): [DIAGRAM] 6....N7g6 (the online pc actually agrees and
 
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