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jokerman
Member since Oct-17-06 · Last seen Feb-16-19
The potential of an improbable outcome.

   jokerman has kibitzed 113 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-22-16 Anastasian vs F Izeta Txabarri, 1996 (replies)
 
jokerman: I was tempted by Rxg7+ which seems to win as well. Here is a fun line I saw: 21. Rxg7+ Kxg7 22. Rd7+ Kh8 23. Nf7+ Kg8 24. Nh6+ Kf8 25. Bd6+ Ke8 26. Re7+ Kd8 27. Nf7#
 
   Dec-26-15 I Salgado Lopez vs H Al-Tamimi, 2015
 
jokerman: Qd2 what a sneaky move. Would be a very difficult puzzle. The point being the threat of Rc1 winning the queen for the rook. Took me a while to figure out why black resigned, glad I did.
 
   Feb-18-15 D Sengupta vs S Grover, 2014 (replies)
 
jokerman: What about 19..Ke7 what is the winning line?
 
   Aug-20-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
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   Aug-20-14 Akobian vs I H Labib, 2013
 
jokerman: Seems incomplete, in a lecture on youtube Akobian says: - 22.Bc4 Be6 23. b6 cxb6 24. Rxd6 Bxc4 25. Qxc4 b5 26. Qd5 Na5 27. Rd1 Nc4 28. Re6! end of game. Reason: if 28. ... Qc8 or b8 - 29. Rxf6 Ra7? 30. Qd8+ and mating. if 28. ... Qf8 29. Bc5 Qxh6 30. Qxa8+ loses a rook. if 28. ...
 
   Aug-13-14 Nakamura vs Kamsky, 2013 (replies)
 
jokerman: @master of defence: Why not the obvious 35...dxc4? Because of 36. Rd6 and suddenly white has ideas of playing Rb6+ and Qxa5++
 
   Mar-10-14 Alekhine vs Thorbjohnson, 1929 (replies)
 
jokerman: 26. Rxg6! if fxg6 27. Nf6 and mate cannot be stopped with: Rh7++. From seeing this game i'm inspired to see more from alekhine! I really like his style in this game.
 
   Mar-01-14 Hort vs Csom, 2012 (replies)
 
jokerman: Incorrect game score I suspect. From move 20 onward the moves don't make sense, could someone verify or correct if possible?
 
   Oct-14-13 S Williams vs The World, 2013 (replies)
 
jokerman: Whats all the fuss about wanting to play 0-0 now? I reckon the best course of action would be to play 'normal moves' such as to develop the bishop on e6. The main reason I see this move as being better then all others is because it's the only piece/developing move which doesn't ...
 
   Sep-25-13 Robatsch vs T van Scheltinga, 1963 (replies)
 
jokerman: Here's a less obvious reply: 30...Qd7 can anyone analyse with a computer?
 
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