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goser
Member since Oct-29-16 · Last seen Jun-22-17
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   goser has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-22-17 J N Berger vs J Mason, 1889 (replies)
 
goser: Paradoxically, inventor of a fundamental rule for pawn endings (the "rule of the square") made such a mistake in an easy pawn ending.
 
   May-11-17 Metger vs J Noa, 1887
 
goser: Can't White win with 39. a5?
 
   May-08-17 E Schallopp vs J N Berger, 1885
 
goser: Brilliant realization of "two pawns vs a rook" advantage in the endgame! :)
 
   Apr-24-17 Bird vs J N Berger, 1883
 
goser: Actually, 58. g5 loses because of 61... Kd7.
 
   Jan-20-17 J Mason vs Chigorin, 1881 (replies)
 
goser: Maybe Chigorin was envy and thus got irritated during their first games.:) Anyway, it is not so easy to beat a drunk opponent if one is nervous and too self-assured.
 
   Jan-18-17 C F Schmid vs J Schwarz, 1881
 
goser: Black started celebrating victory prematurely. 52... dc4 or 54... c6 would win easily.
 
   Jan-13-17 Zukertort vs S Rosenthal, 1880
 
goser: Similarly to the most of other players of that time, Zukertort was probably too afraid to consider a positional sacrifice like 24. Rb6.
 
   Jan-04-17 Meitner vs Blackburne, 1873
 
goser: Exactly. Sorry for my progressing absent-mindedness.
 
   Dec-08-16 Anderssen vs J Heral, 1873 (replies)
 
goser: Anderssen had at least four opportunities in a row for exchanging queens to get an easily won pawn ending: 44. Qc6+ 45. Qxd6 46. Qxd6+ 47. Qxd6+
 
   Oct-30-16 Kieseritzky vs Anderssen, 1851
 
goser: Maybe Kieseritzky just touched the rook occasionally and had to make a move with it? The alternative 20. Re3 would be technically better but actually would not make any difference.
 
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