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latebishop
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   latebishop has kibitzed 77 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-08-19 E Magerramov vs Gipslis, 1992 (replies)
 
latebishop: 37...Rb1+ looks saving but after 38.Ke2 Qxg1 (38...Rxg1 39.Qb3+ Kf8 40. Rh8 mate) 39.Qxg1 Rxg1 40.d7 exf3+ 41.Kd2 f2 42.d8=Q+ Kf7 43.Qd7+ White mates. 38...Qf3+ also doesn't seem to work.
 
   Jul-16-19 Tseshkovsky vs Savon, 1977 (replies)
 
latebishop: It looks like al wazir has found a missed refutation of the whole combination!
 
   Jul-02-19 P Ricardi vs J L Arnason, 1984 (replies)
 
latebishop: malt:36.Qg4 rather than Qf5?
 
   May-14-19 Aarland vs Shirov, 1991 (replies)
 
latebishop: Al Wazir: After 26.hxg4 perhaps 26...Qf6 27.Bh3 Qf3+ 28. Bg2 Qxg4 when White seems lost.
 
   May-07-19 Bacrot vs Aronian, 2009 (replies)
 
latebishop: I thought 19.e6 seemed to give White good attacking chances (19...fxe6 29. Bh5 mate).
 
   Mar-27-19 K Varberg vs N G Larsen, 2009 (replies)
 
latebishop: Thanks to ChessHigherCat for his inprovements to my line that I didn't see and which does indeed seem to be conclusive.
 
   Jan-30-19 Ribli vs Adorjan, 1983 (replies)
 
latebishop: I would certainly agree with others. 27...Bf1 has that beautiful aesthetic quality - especially when you get it right in a puzzle!
 
   Dec-21-18 S Knight vs V Georgiev, 2008 (replies)
 
latebishop: Mayankk-Yes seeing 22.d5 is the challenging part in visualising the mate I think.
 
   Nov-07-18 Kramnik vs Adams, 2017 (replies)
 
latebishop: On second thoughts Black would just play 41. Kxg6. This comes from studying the position too late at night.
 
   May-05-18 P V Nandhidhaa vs P Karthikeyan, 2016 (replies)
 
latebishop: Also 29.d6 prevents Black taking the rook when it gets to g3 with its queen.
 
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