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   mandy64 has kibitzed 46 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-28-15 Nunn vs Csom, 1977
mandy64: @ Ch3st: if 31..f6, the queen at c7 defends the g7 pawn, that is the purpose of the move.
   Jul-25-15 J Robertson vs E Williams, 1842
mandy64: Because after 26. exf7 Qxe2 27. fxe8=Q Rxe8 black threatens with both a back rank mate and with Qb2 forking the rook and the knight. So, 28. Nc2 is the only option, but 28.. d3 wins at least a piece. [DIAGRAM]
   Jul-23-14 R Rapport vs T Rogers, 2014 (replies)
mandy64: Give Rogers a break! 4..Nd7 was an overshight, it does NOT mean that he is a weak, overrated player. @#$% happens, we are humans, not computers. Even Karpov could lose in 12 moves due to a simple double attack pattern. Christiansen vs Karpov, 1993
   Feb-27-14 Boleslavsky vs Nezhmetdinov, 1957 (replies)
mandy64: What's the idea of 30. h3?
   Jan-14-14 Igor Kurnosov (replies)
mandy64: His game against Kozul should be in his notable games (one of my all-time favourites): Z Kozul vs I Kurnosov, 2010
   Jun-17-13 H Pfleger vs Z Domnitz, 1964 (replies)
mandy64: 27. Rd6 is not so spectacular, but winning a knight in such an overwhelming position should be enough to win the game.
   May-27-13 F Jackson vs C Flanders, 2006 (replies)
mandy64: Also 46. Re1 would have been a winning move.
   Aug-16-12 E F Pecci vs Fritz, 2001 (replies)
mandy64: The point of 21. Rdg1 is to defend the g5 pawn. In your line, after 24. Rh1, black can play 24..Qxg5+ and 25..Qxf6. White has no mate and down in material.
   Dec-15-11 M Rubil vs D Feletar, 2010 (replies)
mandy64: I did not see 29..Qxb2, my idea was the simple 29..Rxg6, capturing the bishop and threating with mate. After 30.Bxg7+ Kxg7 black has a piece for a pawn, wihich should be enough to win the game.
   Mar-02-11 Hjartarson vs Van der Wiel, 1984 (replies)
mandy64: My idea was: 32.Rxb6 Nxb6 33.Qa6+ Ka8 34.Rc8+ Nxc8 35.Qc6+ Kb8 36.Qc8# or 34..Qb8 35. Rxb8 eliminating the black lady
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