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goodevans
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   goodevans has kibitzed 1749 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-17 Sax vs A O Holloway, 1987 (replies)
 
goodevans: This was from a simul so Sax would have been pressed for time as well has having to split his concentration between several games. This might explain some the poor earlier moves that <patzer2> points out. Nevertheless he was still in the game before <25.g3?> and you ...
 
   Nov-21-17 Geller vs Kotov, 1955 (replies)
 
goodevans: Thanks, <Huddsblue>.
 
   Nov-21-17 M Muresan vs M Porubszky-Angyalosine, 1987 (replies)
 
goodevans: <patzer2>, <bcokugras>, <34.f5!> is indeed the start of a winning combination but white nearly screwed it all up with the over-hasty <36.Qxf5+?>. White should have played <Bf4> either on this move or on the previous one to hit the black Q. Black ...
 
   Nov-19-17 Short vs Kasparov, 1986 (replies)
 
goodevans: <cormier: 1) +0.13 (38 ply) 1...e6 etc. 2) +0.21 (37 ply) 1...c5 etc. 3) +0.28 (37 ply) 1...e5 etc. 2.5 hour analysis by Stockfish 8> Your point being?
 
   Nov-13-17 Carlos Torre vs F E Parker, 1924
 
goodevans: This is in my collection - Game Collection: find the worst move Resigning a won position is just about the worst "move" you could make. Here are some other examples of bad luck... He just froze: Spassky vs Hort, 1977 Completely winning but ran out of time: Kosteniuk vs M Arnold, ...
 
   Nov-10-17 H H Cole vs A W W Tulip, 1946 (replies)
 
goodevans: <22.Rh7+ Kxg6 23.e5+> just begs to be looked at and it doesn't take long to work out that it wins quite quickly with less opportunity for resistance than 22.Rh2 allows.
 
   Nov-09-17 J Salas Romo vs H Appel, 1945 (replies)
 
goodevans: This is way too tough for a Thursday. Let's start with <21.Rxd6+ cxd6 22.Bxb6+ Ke7 23.Nc5+ Kf6 24.Nd7+ Kg7 25.Nxf8>. So far not too difficult, but at this point white has no fewer than three pieces en prise whilst black has none so how is he going to maintain his material ...
 
   Nov-07-17 Nezhmetdinov vs M Kamishov, 1950 (replies)
 
goodevans: Really nice game. <15.c4!> was particularly strong but <16.cxd5!> would have been even stronger than the line played. On the other hand <16.Bxf6> did lead to a very interesting Sunday puzzle a dozen years ago so we're glad he played it!
 
   Nov-03-17 A Birer vs C Duncan, 1990 (replies)
 
goodevans: <FSR>, <morfishine>, I have to disagree. The game is of a pretty high standard. The opening is along well-known lines and white emerges with a bit of plus. White makes a bad mistake with <16.Bh6?> and also misses a few opportunities for improvement (e.g. ...
 
   Oct-29-17 K Harandi vs Balashov, 1979 (replies)
 
goodevans: What I completely failed to spot was that if white tries to save the piece with <21.Be2> black can win it anyway with <21...Qxc3+>. After <22.Kxc3 exf4+> white must return the Q with <23.Qd4> as <23.Kxc4> leads to a quick death as per ...
 
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