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lasker27
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   lasker27 has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Jul-29-18 J Hald vs G Gislason, 2015
 
lasker27: Why does white resign?
 
   Jul-01-18 Drasko vs S Velickovic, 1988 (replies)
 
lasker27: I see, thanks to Crafty, why 44 Qxc7 can't be played, but after 47 .. Rc2, what about 48 Rxe4 Nxe4 49 Qe4, threatening 50 Nd6+? Or if 48 .. Rc1 49 Rf4 again threatening Nd6?
 
   May-05-18 P V Nandhidhaa vs P Karthikeyan, 2016 (replies)
 
lasker27: 28.Re6 was easy to see. I thought that after 28...Qc7 (or 28...Qb7) 29.Re7 would have been faster, as it pins the pawn on f7, with mate in 2, except that black can hold on quite a bit longer after 29...Qxe7, giving up Q for R but it's hopeless in any event.
 
   May-03-18 P M Kotsur vs Sveshnikov, 2008 (replies)
 
lasker27: Why not 31.Qa8+ Qd8 32.Bf7+ Ke7 33.Bg5+? Seems quicker.
 
   Apr-09-18 O Ladva vs B Assaubayeva, 2017 (replies)
 
lasker27: I love Mondays. 37.Bxf7+, but isn't 37...Nxf7 a better defense than 37...Rxf7? White gets Q and P for N and R and will soon have two passed pawns hammering down on the e and f files, but at least black can hold on a little longer, if he's a masochist.
 
   Apr-05-18 Y Afek vs Psakhis, 1990 (replies)
 
lasker27: Neat combination, with control of f8 being the key. I saw 44...Bc5, but did consider the response, 45.Bg5, which made things interesting. Each move seemed to provide a new puzzle.
 
   Apr-04-18 Navara vs A Pashikian, 2016 (replies)
 
lasker27: I saw that 32.Qd2 wins the B after 33.b4, which still leaves white with some work against the passed b and c pawns. I did see 35.Re7 and considered 36.Qf4, but couldn't see it all the way through.
 
   Apr-03-18 K Wight vs H R Jung, 2008 (replies)
 
lasker27: Achieving this kind of position over the board is way harder than solving the puzzle. 27.Re7 and mate in two.
 
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