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   gprice has kibitzed 54 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-04-18 Kaidanov vs D B Gurevich, 1997 (replies)
gprice: < ChessHigherCat: Slightly refined version but still not as fast as the game line: ChessHigherCat: Well, two things are obvious: 1) white is threatening Qxg2# > really?
   Jun-30-15 D M Adams vs M Lyell, 2007 (replies)
gprice: ChessCoachClark: I see the solution as starting with 24. ... Bf4, then <any move by White cannot prevent 25. ... Qh2#. How's that?> Not true!
   Feb-15-15 Taimanov vs Petrosian, 1953 (replies)
gprice: Funny coincidence that both games in the tournament between these two ended with the move Kf2. 1st game: 41 Kf2 2nd : 40 Kf2 also odd is Taimonov winning both games, now that was difficult to do against Petrosian.
   Jun-27-13 K Rogoff vs R Blumenfeld, 1976 (replies)
gprice: < johnlspouge:> < <gprice> wrote: <think> after 27...Kf7 28. Qb3+ is lethal > Just to expand: 27...Kxf7 28.Qb3+ Kf6< 29.Ne6+ > 29. Ng6+ and mate
   Feb-26-13 B Yildiz vs L Batory, 2010 (replies)
gprice: Vesna Tomulic vs Lucija Batory Lucija plays the two knights fried liver as black with no success in the same tournament. V Tomulic vs L Batory, 2010
   Feb-21-13 Yudasin vs Mikhalchishin, 1983 (replies)
gprice: <Marmot PFL: The only plan that seemed promising was 22 g3, when black's only move is 22...Qe1+ 23 Kg2 Bxc1 24 Qf5. now of course not 24...Rf8 25 Qg6+ Kh8 26 Bc2 .> [DIAGRAM] Maybe 26.Bc2 is not what you mean? Maybe 26.Qh6+ first then 27.Bc2.
   Nov-30-12 FIDE Knock-out Women's World Championship (2012) (replies)
gprice: Does she get the GM title if she wins?
   Oct-10-12 D Zagorskis vs J Michenka, 1994 (replies)
gprice: A pretty variation is 29 ... Qxe2 30 Rxg7+ Kh8 31 Rxg6+ Qe5 32 Rf8+ Rxf8 33 Bxd4+ Rf6 34 Rxf6 [DIAGRAM] Complete domination! (not the quickest way to win of course but black drops everything)
   Aug-03-12 K Akshayraj vs S Safin, 2005 (replies)
gprice: Jimfromprovidence: How about 44... h2+ first?
   Jul-07-12 Marshall vs W Napier, 1898 (replies)
gprice: < bachbeet: Of course my move also totally missed the fact that my king was in check. > If not in check it also misses 46. Qg6# which indicates something is wrong since it is classed harder. <sevenseaman:Tell me how do I promote to a N.> right click on the board and ...
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