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   luzhin has kibitzed 1906 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-22-14 I Berzina vs B I Franco Valencia, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: 16.Bxg4?? was suboptimal. Of course 16.Nxg4 would have met the same response.
   Aug-18-14 F Armbrust vs Shirov, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: Note that 23.h3 prevented Shirov's idea of Qxf2+! and Ng4+ followed by Nxh6.
   Aug-14-14 Aronian vs Navara, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: 24...b5?? missing 26.Rxc4 is an amazing blunder for a player of Navara's class: perhaps it should be put down to exhaustion at the end of a gruelling event.
   Aug-13-14 K Lie vs Z Kozul, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: Doubtless White was disoriented by the superb counter-attacking queen sac 25...Bc5!! Up to that point it had all been one-way traffic.
   Aug-12-14 Nakamura vs F Peralta, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: Rapport plays 1.b3, yes: but thereafter Nakamura's strategy is entirely his own.
   Aug-12-14 I Saric vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: At the end, of course, 37...Rxe8 38.f7+ is the execution.
   Aug-12-14 Adams vs N Grandelius, 2014
luzhin: 19.Bh6!! leaves Black with wrecked and immobile pawns. Slowly but surely Adams surrounds and captures them: he reminds me of the late world champ Petrosian in his remorseless denial of all possible counterplay.
   Aug-12-14 J Vang Glud vs D Howell, 2014
luzhin: Whichever program says it's 0.00 needs re-wiring. Only Black has chances to win, as he will pick up White's last pawn, probably in return for the f-pawn. But, as I say, weird for White to resign such a position in a team event.
   Aug-11-14 T Kantans vs Illescas Cordoba, 2014 (replies)
luzhin: 19.Rb8 Rxb8 20.Bxc6 looks very clever...until it is refuted by the geometrically spectacular Rh1+!!
   Aug-11-14 M Karttunen vs A Filippov, 2014
luzhin: 24...Bf2!! 25.Qxf2 (forced) Nfxg4+ is a brilliant way to win a Queen.
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