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   goodevans has kibitzed 1819 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-26-18 Marshall vs H Steiner, 1929 (replies)
goodevans: <21.g4> doesn't work because after <21...Nh4 22.Qh3 Rxe2 23.Rxe2 Nf4> the Ra8 guards against <24.Re8+>. So why move the Ra8? My guess is that black saw the game line, thought it was winning, tried to lure white into <22.g4> but missed either <27.Qxf3>
   Jul-04-18 G Meier vs Ivanchuk, 2018
goodevans: What was Chucky thinking? Did he think he'd trapped the queen or something? Spectacular miscalculation. He'll be hoping that this game in an obscure tournament won't come under too much scrutiny.
   Jul-02-18 A Sandrin vs P Le Cornu, 1949 (replies)
goodevans: This game was quite interesting to play through. The other was a one-sided massacre.
   Jun-09-18 Averbakh vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
goodevans: Opening up the d-file with <38...Nxd5> was a bit of a risk that might have cost the win. Obviously Kotov was shuffling about while he still worked out the win but there were other squares available to the N that would have kept the d-file closed.
   Jun-07-18 Ziji Zhang vs Yu Ruiyuan, 2015 (replies)
goodevans: <al wazir: When a 2200 player beats a GM, there has to be a blunder somewhere.> In this case it's quite easy to spot <22...Qg5?>. Black completely underestimated the power of 23.Ne6. Either that or he missed it completely.
   Jun-06-18 D G Fridman vs S Maze, 2006 (replies)
goodevans: Restless knights... Black made seven knight moves in a row. Is that some kind of record for the opening?
   Jun-04-18 N Lopes vs U O'Boyle, 2008 (replies)
goodevans: 35...Bxd3?? Oops! 35...g5 and black is fine.
   May-28-18 Nakamura vs Ding Liren, 2018 (replies)
goodevans: Naka bails out with 31.Nh6+ when <31.Rce1> would have kept the pressure on. Not a particularly difficult move to find so it's disappointing he didn't give it a try.
   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.
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