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ferrabraz
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   ferrabraz has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-03-17 Quinteros vs Ulf Andersson, 1985 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: Straclonoor: 34. Nd1! (not d2)
 
   Sep-11-14 Karpov vs Salov, 1995 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: 41. Rg6! Rd8 42. Bd6!! , followed by 43. Bf8! and 44. h7, sealing the coffin, should do it.
 
   Aug-22-14 Topalov vs Beliavsky, 1999 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: If 39. Rdf6 Qf1!
 
   Apr-16-14 L T Haller vs A H Robbins, 1884 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: Just like Patriot, I missed the imediate checkmate with 33. Kg2 Rg3 (the bishop on c5 covers f2).
 
   Dec-06-13 Short vs Kasparov, 1989 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: SchachandAwe: If white goes instead for Ka3, then black takes the pawns and promotes his own (white king is too faraway from the promocional square)
 
   Jul-31-13 E Delmar vs P Driver, 1908 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: A more cruel pun would be "Philip "Ivrognard" (from french "ivrogne" - drunk) Driver".
 
   Jun-17-13 H Pfleger vs Z Domnitz, 1964 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: The second best move is 28. Rd6? (the "?" is for not giving mate in two), wining the house.
 
   Feb-23-13 M Kapelan vs Tarjan, 1983 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: mig55: 23... Bd4 looks better but there is 24. Ne4! (24. Nf1 Qg5!)
 
   Dec-22-12 Tkachiev vs Potkin, 2007 (replies)
 
ferrabraz: Abdel Irada: An odd little notion: Could Black have tried 23. ...Qc5, taking advantage of the pin against d1? After 24. Qc2, Qf5 looks fairly safe. Maybe White could try 24. Rd5!? Qc4 (24...Rd6 25. Qc2!) 25. Rg5! Kg5 26. Qg7 and who knows?
 
   Nov-04-12 Maroczy vs Tarrasch, 1905
 
ferrabraz: 16. Qf3 Nc5! 17. Re8 Qe8 18. Nc3 loses another pawn after 18... Nb3 and 19... Nd4 The same after 18. Qd1 Nb3 19. Ra2 Nd4
 
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