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Member since Nov-28-05 · Last seen Jul-23-17
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   goodevans has kibitzed 1720 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-22-17 Nakamura vs M Muzychuk, 2016 (replies)
goodevans: <al wazir: I went astray with 19. Nxg6> Yes, the most surprising thing about this whole attack was that it didn't include 19.Nxg6.
   Jul-18-17 Borbely vs Kovacs, 1948 (replies)
goodevans: <SirIvanhoe: Wouldn't 12.Qxd7 have been a more forcing way to play here? Then at least the win of the piece is guaranteed.> It is, although white will drop another pawn to keep it: <12.Qxd7+ Qxd7 13.Nxd7 Bh6 14.Nc4 Rxc2>. White is definitely better but black isn't ...
   Jul-14-17 V Sozin vs Nekrasov, 1931 (replies)
goodevans: So what happens after <17...Be6>?
   Jul-08-17 R Rapport vs Jakovenko, 2017 (replies)
goodevans: There are always folk who WRITE EVERYTHING IN CAPITALS or use multiple exclamation or question marks to emphasise their point. A profligate overuse of punctuation!!!! The chess equivalent is to award "!!" to every good move and "??" to every poor one. 80.Rfl+ loses when other R ...
   Jul-07-17 FIDE Grand Prix Geneva (2017) (replies)
goodevans: Inarkiev oblivious to his Q getting trapped, proving once again that even 2700+ GMs are human!
   Jun-12-17 Prince Dadian vs Doubrava, 1896 (replies)
goodevans: This position has appeared in many games and it would seem that more often than not white misses the <very easy> 5.Bxf7+. After 5.Bxf7+ black is not obliged to take the B as in A Srebrnic vs A L'Ami, 2007 but white is clearly better anyway and usually goes on to win.
   Jun-03-17 Kupreichik vs C Morrison, 2003 (replies)
goodevans: 31.Bc5+ would have been mate in 4.
   May-20-17 D Berczes vs G Kursuz, 2007 (replies)
goodevans: Is it Monday already?
   May-13-17 M Massironi vs F Stips, 2007 (replies)
goodevans: This really wasn't a Saturday strength puzzle but at least I found the game hugely entertaining. Apparently the position after 13.Qd3 has been seen quite a few times before but <13...b5> was a complete novelty. <13...dxe3> is the most common continuation but after ...
   May-10-17 B Firat vs P Carlsson, 2007 (replies)
goodevans: <OhioChessFan: Hard to believe 10 years after this travesty, Black is WC.> Maybe the ignominy of this defeat caused him to change his name to try to avoid ever being connected with it again, but you've sussed him out. Well done!
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