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imreker
Member since Oct-20-10 · Last seen Nov-04-10
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   imreker has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-04-10 T Hillarp Persson vs F Peralta, 2010 (replies)
 
imreker: Ah, I forgot that after 19. a4, the Queen can't move to c6. Probably long pondering over 19. Bf1 made me think c6 square is safe, so I kept thinking like 19. a4 was simply not working... Bad day for me. Even worse, because I gave up despite seeing the right move.
 
   Nov-03-10 Belov vs V Prohorov, 1991 (replies)
 
imreker: This game is too crazy to be true.
 
   Oct-29-10 Eisack vs H Gates, 1943 (replies)
 
imreker: iMac vs Gates? Piece colors are right; the result, unfortunately, too...
 
   Oct-29-10 A Miatello vs G Gaehwiler, 2010 (replies)
 
imreker: So I spotted 20. Rxe6+ and 20...Qxe6 21. Qg7 either drops the Queen (21...Qf7 22. Re1+) or both Rooks (21...Kd8/e8 22. Qxh8+). Never even pondered around not accepting the sac, since it loses more pawns (but, as the game shows, it also leads to even uglier ramifications).
 
   Oct-28-10 S Matthews vs P Seegolam, 2010 (replies)
 
imreker: At first, I wanted to clear third rank to get the Black Queen with Rooks. But since it was impossible: attack the King! 20. Rxg7 looks clear cut in variation 20...Kxg7 21. Qxh6+ Kxh6 22. Bxf6# (not only mating move is a discovery, it also removes the defender that could hop to h5.).
 
   Oct-28-10 M Stean vs Browne, 1974 (replies)
 
imreker: 30...Ka6 31. a4! and if 31...axb4 32. axb5+ Ka4 33. Ra1# or 31...Bxc3 32. axb5+ Qxb5 33. Rxb5 Kxb5 34. g8Q. or the simpliest way: 31. Rg1.
 
   Oct-27-10 H D Mueller vs A van Weersel, 2001 (replies)
 
imreker: 1) Queen presence at e6 suggest mating attack. 2) Knight-and-Bishop pressure on both f6 and h6 with possible (correct me if I'm wrong) Boden mate pattern suggest a piece sacrifice. 3) Nxf6 doesn't work, since there is a Rook at f5. 4) So the only chance left is Nh6; immune ...
 
   Oct-26-10 Navara vs Timman, 2007 (replies)
 
imreker: This is cute. Qc2+ and new Queen will avenge the death of previous one. Found it on second try, after taking a break from this position. Clearly a spark of inspiration.
 
   Oct-25-10 Sultan Khan vs G A Thomas, 1933 (replies)
 
imreker: Hahaha! Pondering over 18. Nd5 or 18. Nb5, seeking the deflection of Bd6, so I could harass the Queen freely, thinking, thinking, thinking... ...what the? It's Monday, isn't it? And then I glimpsed on that beautiful, centralized Knight... Sorry Jumpin' Jack, you jumped too far.
 
   Oct-21-10 Y Quesada Perez vs A Graf, 2008 (replies)
 
imreker: Ha, got it easy. Reminds me about one of my lost games - pawn breakthroughs can be bitter sometimes. Curiously, if Black Bishop remains at c2, then the plan 40. h6 gxh6 41. gxh6 Nb6 42. Bf7 Bd1 43. Bg8 Bh5 44. Bxh7 Bf7 traps his own Bishop. However, it cannot be captured and trying ...
 
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