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estrick
Member since Jan-20-09 · Last seen Mar-25-16
I sack pieces recklessly . . . with mixed results

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   estrick has kibitzed 675 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-24-16 M A Ruiz Sanchez vs P E Torres Ventosa, 2013
 
estrick: 19. Re1? allows the knight on f3 to be trapped
 
   Mar-24-16 R Szmetan vs Nakamura, 2003
 
estrick: Did Szmetan just blunder a piece with his 29th and 30th moves?
 
   Oct-08-15 A Rechinsky vs L Yagupova, 1996
 
estrick: This is supposed to be a dubious line for White, where the LSB is sacrificed on move 7. But the results in the database show White doing very well. Black had an advantage of more than one point before he played 23 ...Be5?, which exposed his king on the d-file. According to Fritz, 23
 
   Oct-08-15 Pavasovic vs V Srebrnic, 1992
 
estrick: This is supposed to be a dubious line for White, where the LSB is sacrificed on move 7. But the results in the database show White doing very well. In this game, according to Fritz, Black had nearly a one point advantage for most of the game. He went wrong on move 23 with ...Qf3+. ...
 
   Oct-06-15 G Marco vs Marshall, 1904
 
estrick: Marshall played the Schliemann Defense three times in this tournament. This is the only one of the three that he didn't win.
 
   Sep-16-15 Karjakin vs Onischuk, 2015
 
estrick: When Onischuk played 35 ...Nb6, did he really not see that he was going to get skewered two moves later?
 
   Jun-22-15 W Leimeister vs K Berggren, 2011 (replies)
 
estrick: The most difficult Monday puzzle I've ever seen here.
 
   Jun-15-15 N Miezis vs Z Mamedjarova, 2004 (replies)
 
estrick: I'm not seeing why the game ended here. Fritz evaluates the position as 1 point better for Black, but that hardly means it's a resignable position for White.
 
   Jun-14-15 N Miezis vs R Akesson, 2009
 
estrick: On move 27, White should have grabbed the pawn on f6, which would have maintained his advantage of +1.84, according to Fritz. 27. Rd3? gets a 0.00 evaluation from the chess engine. But Black's response, 27. ...Kf8?? was disastrous. If 27 ...c5 (threatening to a fork on c4), 28. ...
 
   Jun-14-15 N Miezis vs G Battaglini, 2009
 
estrick: Ha-ha! Black plays 28. ...c4, and suddenly his rook is trapped!
 
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