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hcgflynn
Member since Sep-29-05 · Last seen Oct-12-19
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   hcgflynn has kibitzed 120 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-19 Suttles vs Benko, 1974 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: 25. - Rf6 is a bit surprising. I would have played Rg8 instinctively.
 
   Sep-12-19 F Berkes vs R Jumabayev, 2019
 
hcgflynn: 49. Kd2 seems wrong to me. I'd have tried e4 or Kd4 instead.
 
   Aug-31-19 G Kacheishvili vs Sakaev, 2001 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: Very tough position for black. Maybe 20. - Qxf2+ 21. Qxf2 Rxf2 22. Kxf2 hxg5 23. Nf5 Bxb2 24. Rab1 Bf6 would have hold, but imo still a way better setup for white. Also, 26. - Ke7 was of course better than the continuation.
 
   Aug-20-19 Spassky vs E Lobron, 1980
 
hcgflynn: <Mateo: Lobron was not worse in the middle game. He simply misplayed the ending. I believe he was in huge time trouble.>Could be. 35. - Rfa7 or 37. - Rxa4 seems easy for black.
 
   Aug-19-19 O Chajes vs Reti, 1923 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: Some serious mistakes on black's side here... 51. - Qg2 or 52. - e2 is easily winning. Surprisingly, after 57. Kd2 the position is still equal, 57. - h5 is the losing move. Instead, 57. - f5 probably draws.
 
   Aug-11-19 M Vachier-Lagrave vs R Rapport, 2019 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: After 29. Rxb3 it is a sure win for black. I guess Rapport blundered some moves.
 
   Aug-04-19 Kasimdzhanov vs I Cheparinov, 2009 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: 31. - Re8 seems way too passive.
 
   Jul-21-19 S Sevian vs Kim Yew Chan, 2016
 
hcgflynn: <Scuvy: This Zugzwang would have made Nimzowitsch proud. Fine pressure endgame play by Sevian.> I do think there are errors on both sides in between move 30-40. Black missed 33. - Kxf5 and also 39. - Rc2 seems more active than retreating to the 7th file. The rook exchange was
 
   Jun-23-19 J Gunnarsson vs J L Hammer, 2009 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: I think 31. - e5 is a very dubious move, 32. fxe5 or even 32. Kg3 gives white very good drawing chances. 32. Rxb5 is a blunder, and obviously there are some mistakes after that, because white should have sacrificed his pawn (maybe 33. f5) in order to free the bishop.
 
   Apr-28-19 O Kurmann vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
hcgflynn: <ASchultz: @SpiritedRiposte Bxg6 hg Qxg6+ Qg7 Qxd6 Nf4 and White's kingside is defenseless.> Qxg7+ Kxg7 is not bad for white imo.
 
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