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luzhin
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   luzhin has kibitzed 2159 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-27-16 V Gunina vs O Girya, 2016 (replies)
 
luzhin: 44.f6! is a lovely finish, combining mating threats on both g7 and h7
 
   Nov-26-16 S Williams vs V Nevednichy, 2016 (replies)
 
luzhin: Questions for offramp: 1. What is a libtard? 2. How do you know that SK Williams had "an incredibly prosperous upbringing"? 3. Does "very very posh" mean he is the son of a Duke? Or just an Earl? 4. Can you give any guidance on the hidden social assets of any other grandmasters, ...
 
   Nov-26-16 McShane vs Navara, 2016
 
luzhin: 33...Ne1!! is a real beauty. When two such creative players do battle, we can expect something special
 
   Nov-26-16 M Rodshtein vs Adams, 2016
 
luzhin: Neat mating finish by Adams. Positionally, Rodstein would have wanted to play 37.Qxe5 but he was doubtless deterred by 37...Qxe5 38.Rxe5 Rd2 when 39.Rxe6?? allows a back-rank mate and White's d-pawn is doomed.
 
   Nov-23-16 R Har-Zvi vs C Ferron Garcia, 1993
 
luzhin: The moves 25...Qd5!! and 26...Nf5! are make a profoundly aesthetic impression.
 
   Nov-16-16 O M Hindle vs D Mardle, 1962
 
luzhin: 25.fxg6!! was pretty. Fitting, too, as 15...g6? was what led to all the trouble.
 
   Nov-16-16 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Ivanchuk, 2016 (replies)
 
luzhin: Actually 32...Rdd5 was very far from being the best move in that position. The simple 32...g5! won a piece. But Maxime's 34.g3? was also the wrong way to defend against that threat. Instead he had to begin threats of his own with 34.Rf1! although after 34...f5 Black is certainly much
 
   Nov-12-16 Sutovsky vs R Markus, 2016
 
luzhin: Brilliant defense by Ragger. White might have intended 28.Bxf7+ Rxf7 29.Qc8+, but Black would play 28...Kh8! which wins! And Sutovsky certainly must have missed 30...Bd8!!
 
   Nov-11-16 Wang Hao vs R Markus, 2016 (replies)
 
luzhin: Very odd blunder. After 33.Re1 it's dead level.
 
   Nov-10-16 V Zvjaginsev vs G Halvax, 2016
 
luzhin: Beautiful example of an attacking game without Queens. It might look as though Black missed a chance to defend at the end by 31...Rh6 32.Rxg8 Rxg6 with a perpetual pin, but White breaks it with 33.Nh5! Rxg8 34.Nxf6+ winning.
 
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