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julillo
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   julillo has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-16-18 J Mieses vs Capablanca, 1913
 
julillo: 13...Bg4? was a mistake that lost quality beeing a pawn up ...still playable, but 21...Qc6? is decisive after 22. Qxc6 White must win. 22. Rd4?! is doubious but still with big advantage, the real mistake is 23. f5?, after 23 Rd2! black can´t play 23..c6 24. b4 Bb6 25. Qe7 winning ...
 
   May-15-17 W W Young vs Marshall, 1913
 
julillo: In 2012 Guess the Move gives the white to Marshall? is it? After 12...Qg6 black is winning! For example 12...Qg6! 13. Be5+ Ke8 14. Qxg6 Nxg6 15. Bxh8 Nxg8 Or 12...Qg6! 13. Bxd6 Ke8 14. Qe5 (15. Rxf8!) cx6 15. Qxh8 Qg7 witj three pieces for a Rook and two pawns
 
   Apr-29-17 I Kurnosov vs M Luch, 2008
 
julillo: 15. Qb1 is an interesting idea, for example 15. Qa5+ 16. Bd2 Qc7 17. exf6 Nxf6 18. Qb2 with a nice control of dark squares in compensation for the pawn
 
   Apr-23-17 Suetin vs A A Bykhovsky, 1958 (replies)
 
julillo: 19. gxf3 is a blunder, the winning move is 19. Rh1 Nxe1 20 Nd2!. For example 20...Nxg2 21. Qxg2 Bxh3 22. Qg5 or 20...Nd3 21. Nf3 Nxf2+ 22. Bxf2 Qxf2 23. hxg4 hxg4 24. Qxg4 with a piece of advantage in both cases
 
   Apr-22-17 Li Jiajing vs Dong Mo, 2001
 
julillo: 17...Bh2+! 18. Kg2 Bg4 19. Qd3 Rae8 is a winning variation
 
   Jul-29-16 R Knaak vs Bronstein, 1979 (replies)
 
julillo: Release the Knaaken
 
   Jul-17-16 Pachman vs Weber, 1947
 
julillo: Pachman was imprisoned and tortured by Czechoslovak´s regime https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lud%C...
 
   May-11-16 Landa vs D Vocaturo, 2010 (replies)
 
julillo: Kung Fu Landa :)
 
   Nov-03-15 B Fleissig vs Schlechter, 1893 (replies)
 
julillo: Some serious mistakes were done. 13. Qxf8? (13. Nf3! aprox equal chances for both players ) dxc3 14. Bc1 Nd7? (14...Qxb5 mantain the advantage for White) 15. Qxa8?(15. Qxb7! defending b5 was last chance to come back in game)
 
   Jul-10-15 Ulf Andersson vs Tal, 1976
 
julillo: There are three different perpetual check configurations after 35...Rd2, first with Cc3+, Rd1+, Rd2+, Rd1+ as in the game. If White release the Bishhop from the c column to protect c3 then follows Cg5 and Cf3 and the others two draw configuration happens, the second is Ch2+, Cf3+, ...
 
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