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kenilworthian
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   kenilworthian has kibitzed 59 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-11-18 K Volke vs N Guliyev, 2008
 
kenilworthian: Avrukh suggests 13.Bf4!? Nd5 14.Bg3 giving one possible line as 14...Qd7 15.Qc2 h6 16.Rad1 Nxc3 17.bxc3 Bxa3? 18.d5! Bxd5 19.Bc4 +-
 
   Nov-11-18 La Bourdonnais vs McDonnell, 1834 (replies)
 
kenilworthian: In his article in Dvoretsky's Secrets of Opening Preparation, Yuri Razuvaev notes that 21....Qxf3 "would not have saved Black" after 22.Rxf3 Be7 23.Rhf5 Bf6 24.g5 Bxc3 25.bxc3 Nd5 26.e4 winning. Also, on 21...g6 Chigorin suggests 22.Qh3! gxh5 (22...Qe5 23.Rf5!) 23.Rxf6 Bxf6 ...
 
   Sep-09-18 Duras vs Nimzowitsch, 1907
 
kenilworthian: Necessary was 11...Nf7! with the idea of meeting g4 with g5!
 
   Aug-11-18 U Wallgren vs M Pantzar, 2017
 
kenilworthian: Bosch recommends 9...O-O! sacrificing a piece for attack after 10.cxb7 Bxb7 11.Qxb7 Qf6! with unclear complications.
 
   Aug-11-18 G Makropoulos vs S Sloan, 1988 (replies)
 
kenilworthian: This line is usually pointed to as the refutation of the Fraser Gambit, which in theory it is. In Hector - Nielsen, Tastrup 1992, Nielsen tried 15...Qg6 16.Re1 Qc2 17.Nd4 and White eventually won. Sloan's 15...Qe4! occurred in Makarichev - Perenyi, Zalaegerszeg 1973, which ...
 
   Aug-01-18 B Kamber vs C Flueckiger, 1990
 
kenilworthian: If 5...dxc5 then 6.Qxd8+ Kxd8 7.O-O-O+ and White has ideas like Bxb1 and Nb5, or e5 and Nd5.
 
   Jun-05-18 S Shankland vs E Moradiabadi, 2018
 
kenilworthian: Great endgame play by Shankland.
 
   Mar-17-18 R E Lean vs F Apsenieks, 1925
 
kenilworthian: A great long-term king chase, with nice echoes between 11.Nd6+ and the winning 23.Nd6+! And a great example of how the "Reversed Tango" can punish overly ambitious play by Black, as 3...f5?! is too weakening.
 
   Jan-09-18 Gelfand vs Adams, 1994
 
kenilworthian: If 19...Nb6 then White wins with 20.Nb5 Qd7 21.Be6! and the Black Queen runs out of squares, which will cost him a piece.
 
   Dec-28-17 A Tzermiadianos vs S A Iuldachev, 2012
 
kenilworthian: etter 15.Nf3 =/ ⩲ according to Collins.
 
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