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   goodevans has kibitzed 1811 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-18 A Higgs vs T Thomassen, 2010 (replies)
 
goodevans: <ajile: 41..Qc1+ and 41..Qb1+ are both winning for Black.> Black then followed up that missed opportunity with an even worse error the very next move. Relinquishing control of the e-file with <42...Qxd3?> was a dreadful mistake.
 
   May-17-18 M Bus vs R Othman, 2000 (replies)
 
goodevans: <Autoreparaturwerkbau: Black's first mistake was <40...Kh8>.> I don't think so! This game is riddled with mistakes from both sides.
 
   May-16-18 Ju Wenjun vs Tan Zhongyi, 2018 (replies)
 
goodevans: <The17thPawn> 27.Rxe5 Qxe5 28.Qxe5 Nxe5 29.Bc4+ bxc4 30.Rxd8+ wins the exchange.
 
   May-05-18 P Strauss vs P Funk, 2000 (replies)
 
goodevans: <Joshua01: 28. Rxg6 seems better than Nxd6> Good spot. What's more 29.Rxg6 is even stronger a move later and would have won the game for white.
 
   Apr-25-18 A Kovacevic vs Tringov, 1993 (replies)
 
goodevans: <Jan-13-05 kevin86: I think his game should be a draw-black must have exceeded time control...> According to Nalimov Tablebases the final position is mate in 13 beginning <53...Kb4 54.Rh6> but having played it through the technique isn't obvious. I doubt many players ...
 
   Apr-24-18 Ragozin vs E E Book, 1946 (replies)
 
goodevans: Black was doing fine until <14...Rg8>. He must have overlooked <15.Nd5!>. <14...Rc8> would have defended c7 and meant that he could have declined the 15.Nd5 sac (e.g. 15...Qg5) with an OK position.
 
   Apr-24-18 M Bartel vs A Belezky, 2008 (replies)
 
goodevans: White gains a queen for the loss of a rook and a bishop. A good trade but not a massive gain and black's pieces are poised to harass the white king. To prove <36.hxg6 Rxh1 37.g7> is winning we need to look deeper. Looking deeper we see that black has <37...Nc4+>. Now ...
 
   Apr-18-18 Keres vs Petrosian, 1949 (replies)
 
goodevans: Nice game. Pathetic pun.
 
   Apr-17-18 Caruana vs T Petrik, 2006 (replies)
 
goodevans: <WorstPlayerEver: I had 34... Rb2> Me too. It also wins. E.g. 35.Qc4 Qf2+ 36.Kd3 Qe2+ 37.Kc3 Qc2+ 38.Kd4 Qxd1+ or 35.Qa4 Rxg2 36.Rf5 Qc3+ 37.Rd3 Qe1+ 38.Kd4 Rxf5
 
   Apr-13-18 J Smeets vs D Brandenburg, 2011 (replies)
 
goodevans: <Autoreparaturwerkbau: 23.Qe3?? was the blunder of the day.> "Blunder" is such an emotive term. It suggests a complete oversight of the obvious by the perpetrator. I think we patzters are often too ready to level that charge on players who don't have the benefit that we do ...
 
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