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ironxcl
Member since Apr-23-09 · Last seen Apr-30-09
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   ironxcl has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Apr-29-09 Rose vs Steinitz, 1886 (replies)
 
ironxcl: OneArmedScissor: 21. Rd8#. Then what? 20...Rxd2+ 21. Qxd2 Qxd2+ 22. Kxd2 Bxh3 is more than enough to win: 4 pawns vs 2 on Queenside will be unstoppable.
 
   Apr-26-09 M Umansky vs The World, 2009 (replies)
 
ironxcl: Brothers! Sisters! Is that possible you all missed 16. Bxc6? I think this wins the game for White! 16. Bxc6 bxc6 17. Nxc6 Qe8 18. Nxd8 Qxd8 19. Bf4 and 20. Qd2 and possibly 21. e4 with deadly pin on Bishop. How can Black survive this?
 
   Apr-26-09 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
 
ironxcl: Oh yeah? OK, I'm deleting those posts. Sorry! But anyway, if you're playing this game just bear in mind my suggestion, cause I really think it works.
 
   Apr-26-09 Kramnik vs Shirov, 2001 (replies)
 
ironxcl: 13...f6 is okay and Black's position looks quite pleasant. I have no idea why Shirov blundered, he had to see Queen on g4, when he played 11...Ng4. And then he just took the Bishop, so he must have assumed that this piece is hanging. If I were Shirov, I'd never believe that Kramnik ...
 
   Apr-26-09 E Alekseev vs Karjakin, 2009 (replies)
 
ironxcl: I guess 29...Nxh3 was already a desperation from Karjakin. He badly needed to steer this game from ordinary course, maybe by making some mess on the Kingside. Otherwise, he would be just reduced to passivity, watching Alekseev's passed pawn to come soon. It all turned out badly. ...
 
   Apr-26-09 Nakamura vs M Barron, 2009 (replies)
 
ironxcl: If I were Black, I'd probably answer crazy 4. h4 with equally insane 4...h5!? Of course it's not recommended to commit your pawns on Kingside so early, but at least White did it first! alexmagnus: Well, I guess lower-rated players aren't as much competent at combating bizarre ...
 
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