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g15713
Member since Sep-10-15 · Last seen Nov-21-17
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   Oct-19-17 Olga Viewer chessforum (replies)
 
g15713: "Black to move. Last: 1.e4" message is now to right of the board and then next message "White to move. Last: 1...e5" goes underneath the board. Just be consistent... Thank you
 
   Oct-18-17 M Brodsky vs Khmelnitsky, 1989
 
g15713: Source: ' http://soapstonesstudio.blogspot.co... Romanovsky drawing zone with colors reversed: ' http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-zNB31RnW0... <“Black to play draws if White’s king is on any of the“> dotted <”squares in the above diagram. Otherwise White wins.”> The above ...
 
   Oct-13-17 Rachels vs D Gurevich, 1989
 
g15713: Correction to the above: Right spelling is Poghosyan not Pogosyan - my mistake (even Dvoretsky and a reader, Vladimir misspelled his name)...
 
   Oct-03-17 Gelfand vs Kramnik, 2007
 
g15713: Position after 60…f3, White to move [DIAGRAM] According to FinalGen, a chess endgame tablebase generator for Windows, this is a draw for White. Those with Lomonosov Endgame Tablebases for 7 pieces can verify this. This position was similar to Gelfand - Karpov game which led to a ...
 
   Oct-03-17 Van Wely vs Gelfand, 1999
 
g15713: Position after White played 87. Rh8 Black to move [DIAGRAM] 87...Rg1?? Blunder (87...Rf1+ is the only move to draw) 88. Rxh7+ wins What a pity for Black, however let us remember the nature of this event: The Amber chess tournament (officially the <Amber Rapid and Blindfold ...
 
   Oct-03-17 Gelfand vs Karpov, 1992
 
g15713: Gelfand has had this rook ending with pawn configuration (h pawn versus f- & g-pawns) – 2 times as White and once as Black (f- & g-pawns versus h pawn) and always the one being a pawn down Boris Gelfand vs Anatoly Karpov - he drew as White this game Boris Gelfand vs Vladimir Kramnik ...
 
   Sep-30-17 Tal vs I Zaitsev, 1968
 
g15713: Position after 62...hxg6 [DIAGRAM] According to FinalGen, a chess endgame tablebase generator for Windows, one knows this is a win for Black. Those with Lomonosov Endgame Tablebases for 7 pieces can verify this. Continuing with the game continuation: 63. Rc5 Kh6 64. Rd5 Ra6 65. ...
 
   Sep-30-17 Anand vs Shirov, 2004
 
g15713: Correct diagram for above: [DIAGRAM] My apologies...
 
   Sep-26-17 Levenfish vs P F Johner, 1911
 
g15713: Position after Black played 53...Rxa5 White to move [DIAGRAM] According to FinalGen, a chess endgame tablebase generator for Windows, this is a draw for White. Those with Lomonosov Endgame Tablebases for 7 pieces can verify this. After game continuation: 54. Rh5 Ra3 55. Rg5 ...
 
   Sep-25-17 Soltis vs K Regan, 1978 (replies)
 
g15713: Diagram 38A on page 61 of Practical Rook Endings by Edmar Mednis is a typically drawn position when the defending rook is behind the passed a- pawn. [DIAGRAM] This position after Black’s 36th move 36…h6 was analyzed by popular and respected chess writer and American International ...
 
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