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goser
Member since Oct-29-16 · Last seen Nov-19-18
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   goser has kibitzed 174 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-18 H Steiner vs S Bernstein, 1936
 
goser: As the engine demonstrates, Black could win by force with 38...Rb7 39.Qd6 Qh1+ 40.Ke2 Rxb2+ 41.Kd3 Qf3+ 42.Kd4 Rd2+. Instead Black made two fatal blunders in a row.
 
   Oct-30-18 Reshevsky vs S Bernstein, 1936 (replies)
 
goser: White had decisive advantage but turned their position from winning to lost by just one move - 36. Rd1?? instead of 36. Qc3.
 
   Oct-29-18 Tylor vs Flohr, 1936
 
goser: Taylor had revenge in the next game that lasted 96 moves! Tylor vs Flohr, 1936
 
   Oct-29-18 Flohr vs Menchik, 1936 (replies)
 
goser: What an interesting pawn endgame! Flohr played "natural" 48. Kc6 but Menchik was very accurate (48...Kg6!). As the engine shows, White could win with 48. Kb7!! and Black has no way to keep opposition.
 
   Oct-28-18 Koltanowski vs Golombek, 1936
 
goser: Black missed decisive 28...Qc4.
 
   Oct-28-18 Tartakower vs C H Alexander, 1936 (replies)
 
goser: Black resigned prematurely. It looks that White had no evidently winning plan.
 
   Oct-28-18 Golombek vs Tartakower, 1935
 
goser: White had decisive advantage but missed it by 41. Bc7 and 42. a5.
 
   Oct-28-18 G A Thomas vs Flohr, 1935
 
goser: 51. Kd6? instead of Bd2 was a decisive mistake.
 
   Oct-28-18 W Winter vs Golombek, 1935
 
goser: 30. Qd4?? was a blunder that costed White a half-point. 30. b5 preventing Nc6 would paralyze Black and win easily.
 
   Oct-27-18 Menchik vs G A Thomas, 1935
 
goser: White could achieve decisive advantage by: 28. Rxc2 Rxc2+ 29.Kf3.
 
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