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eyalbd
Member since Jan-29-05 · Last seen Jun-12-19
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   eyalbd has kibitzed 165 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-16-19 I Nepomniachtchi vs W So, 2019 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Wesley So missed mate in one on move 51.
 
   May-12-19 L Lederman vs S Kagan, 1975
 
eyalbd: Original queen sacrifice at move 22. White invites black to play Ne2+ forking its queen. In return, after some forced moves, white gets two rooks for the queen, open f file and pressure on f7 which eventually wins the game.
 
   Mar-06-19 A Moiseenko vs Yusupov, 2010 (replies)
 
eyalbd: After ♕xa7 and ♖xc7 : Never go hunting remote pawns when your enemy controls your second rank.
 
   Feb-14-19 Foltys vs Golombek, 1947 (replies)
 
eyalbd: I calculated this: <38. ♖xa6 ♖xa6 39. ♖b7 ♖g7 40. c7 ♖a8 41. ♖b8 ♖g8 42. ♖xa8 ♖xa8 43. ♘d7+ ♔e7 44. ♘b6> which wins a piece and the game but missed the much stronger <44.♘b8!>
 
   Feb-05-19 Lutikov vs Spassky, 1967
 
eyalbd: <chessgames.com> from the picture in the link, it looks like the scoresheet is not accurate. A possible continuation can be 18. g4 c5 (instead of 18.. ♘d5) 19. ♗f4 ♘c6 20. g5 fxg5 21. ♗xg5 ♘e5 1/2-1/2 https://twitter.com/dgriffinchess/s...
 
   Jan-27-19 A Giri vs S Shankland, 2019 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Karjakin on Twitter: <Even when Anish Giri wins he is playing for a draw> LOL
 
   Jan-27-19 Radjabov vs V S Gujrathi, 2019 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Hopefully this game will be an example in chess books explaining why it's important to delay h3/h6 and play it only AFTER the opponent castled to the same flank!
 
   Jan-10-19 Bologan vs M Hansen, 2011 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Easy. ♖xd5, ♘b6, ♖c1
 
   Dec-24-18 Larsen vs Korchnoi, 1968
 
eyalbd: Korchnoi annotations here: https://dgriffinchess.wordpress.com...
 
   Dec-21-18 S Knight vs V Georgiev, 2008 (replies)
 
eyalbd: Qc4+ and Re6 are obvious. The key move is d5! with deadly threats on the 4th rank. Not too difficult to find.
 
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