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green ink
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   green ink has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-12-17 J F Campbell vs A Ehrlich, 1990 (replies)
 
green ink: A similar correspondence chess failure from the 80's: 1. d4 f5 [2. ANY e6] 2. Bg5 e6 3. Bxd8 1-0
 
   Jan-05-16 Topalov vs Anand, 1999 (replies)
 
green ink: Guys (al wazir, kmet vlado), 44. h7 a3 45. Kh6 Ne5 and it's all over. Or 45. Kg6 Nd8, likewise.
 
   Jun-12-14 M Diskerud vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
 
green ink: Between these extremes we find GM Simen Agdestein, who has played both soccer and chess on an international level.
 
   Jan-28-14 McShane vs A Istratescu, 2013 (replies)
 
green ink: 27... Bxh3 loses to 28. Rxg7. But 28. h4 was probably a mistake - black could have tried 28... Qf6 (29. Qxf6 gxf6 30. Rxd7 Rxh4 looks bad). Instead 28. Re3 and I can't see any defense against Rg3 followed by Rxg7.
 
   Dec-21-13 Dus Chotimirsky vs Salwe, 1903 (replies)
 
green ink: When you see this position on chessgames.com, you immediately begin looking at 23. - Qxg5. At least I did, but I could not see any decisive outcome. In a real game I would probably have played 23. - Qd5 which seems to put black firmly on top.
 
   Dec-18-13 P Hammargren vs E J Diemer, 1974
 
green ink: According to witnesses, Diemer probably meant to play 1. - f5. But instead of gripping the f-pawn, he just tapped it somewhat nonchalantly with one of his fingers. It slid along - but not as far as intended, stopping while mostly on the f6 square. After that, Diemer had to do what
 
   Jun-05-13 Opocensky vs K Skalicka, 1936 (replies)
 
green ink: Otoh, 27...g5! and there is no mate. White still has a lot of pressure, but I don't think there is a win anytime soon.
 
   Oct-28-12 Unzicker vs Uhlmann, 1962 (replies)
 
green ink: Incredibly, after 27.Qf5+ Qxf5 28.Nxf5 black could have played for a win with Nxe1 29.Ne7+ Kb8 30.Ng8 Nf3+ 31.Kf1 e4, and white is still in trouble: 32. h8Q (dxe4 Bb5+ 33. Kg2 Nh4+ and Ng6) exd3. Fire up the analysis engines to see if the black steamroller can be stopped! I'd have
 
   Apr-23-12 A Spiller vs J Acers, 1968 (replies)
 
green ink: Hmm. Lots of strange moves. White could have turned the tables with 24. Txb4. After 24. - Qa2+ 25. Kd1 it's black who is in trouble.
 
   Jan-29-12 Joel Benjamin vs Z Kozul, 1997 (replies)
 
green ink: 33.Qf1 is the kind of mistake you make when you're in a state of shock, or under time pressure, or both. But 33.Qxc3 Rxc3 34.Nxf4 exf4 looks totally miserable for white. The best chance seems to be 33.Qe2 (or Qg2) Rxc2 34.Qxc2 Rxc2 35.Kxc2 Bxe4+ 36.Kc3 Be3 37.Ng3, but black's ...
 
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