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mel gibson
Member since Nov-28-13 · Last seen Nov-18-17
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   mel gibson has kibitzed 476 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-18-17 Korchnoi vs J L Arnason, 1987 (replies)
mel gibson: As per the comment the computer - DR4 64 Bit - says: 40. Bg4 Qh2+ ? 40...♖ad8!! wins by force. (40. .. Rad8 (♖a8-d8 ♗g4xf5 ♖d8xd2+ ♖d1xd2 ♕h6xd2+ ♔g2xg3 ♗g7xe5+ ♗a1xe5+ ♖e8xe5 ♕c4-f7 ♕d2-g5+ ♗f5-g4 ...
   Nov-17-17 P Van der Sterren vs Ljubojevic, 1987 (replies)
mel gibson: Following the text - Black is gone after move 34 34. Nxh5+ (34. Nxh5+ (♘f6xh5+ g6xh5 ♕d2-g5+ ♔g7-f8 ♕g5xd8+ ♔f8-g7 ♖h4xh5 ♕a7xf2+ ♔g1xf2 ♖b3-f3+ ♔f2xg2 ♘d7-f8 ♔g2xf3 ♘f8-g6 ♕d8-f6+ ♔g7-g8 ...
   Nov-16-17 S Sagar vs D Mirzoyan, 2016 (replies)
mel gibson: Black correctly resigns as he's in a bad position: 20. Re1 b6 (b7-b6 h2-h4 ♘g5-e6 ♖e1xe6 ♗c8xe6 ♗d5xe6 ♕d8-f8 ♕h6-g6+ ♔g8-h8 ♗e6xf7 ♕f8-g7 ♕g6xf5 ♖a8-f8 ♕f5-h5+ ♕g7-h7 ♕h5-g4 ♖f8xf7 ...
   Nov-15-17 J Brenninkmeijer vs A Pieniazek, 1987 (replies)
mel gibson: Nice play. The computer - DR4 64 bit - says mate in 20: 33. Rxa7 (33. Rxa7 (♖a6xa7 ♖e8-f8 ♖a7xf7 ♔g8xf7 ♕d3-h7+ ♔f7-e8 ♖f1-f5 ♖e5-e1+ ♔g1-f2 ♘b6-d7 ♕h7xh5+ ♔e8-d8 ♔f2xe1 ♘d7-b6 f6-f7 ...
   Nov-12-17 Harikrishna vs Li Chao, 2016 (replies)
mel gibson: A very difficult closed position. The computer - DR4 64 bit - is saying it's close to a draw: 24. f4 (24. f4 (f3-f4 e5xf4 e4-e5 d6xe5 ♘d2-e4 ♕f6-h6 ♘d3xe5 ♖f7-e7 ♘e5-c6 ♖e7-e8 ♕g2-f3 ♗c8-f5 ♕f3-c3+ ♔g7-g8 ...
   Nov-10-17 Sasikiran vs Anh Khoi Nguyen, 2016 (replies)
mel gibson: No I didn't see it - the computer agrees with only the first move of the solution and plays a much stronger Black defense but is still down more than 2 pawns after 21 plies: 20. Bc2 (20. Bc2 (♗d3-c2 ♗d7-c6 ♕e4-d3 ♕a4xa2 ♗c2-b3 ♕a2xb1 ...
   Nov-09-17 J Salas Romo vs H Appel, 1945 (replies)
mel gibson: Black made a mistake in this game by not taking the White Bishop with the pawn on g6. The computer shows that then it's close to a draw: (21. .. gxf5 (g6xf5 ♘d6xb7+ ♔d8-c8 ♕f2-c2 ♔c8xb7 ♕c2xb3 ♖a8-d8 c4-c5 ♖d8xd1 ♖e1xd1 ♕f8-e7
   Nov-08-17 Short vs Vaganian, 1989 (replies)
mel gibson: I've seen all 3 moves for Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday in under 3 seconds. have I turned into Einstein?
   Nov-05-17 Botvinnik vs Vidmar, 1946 (replies)
mel gibson: The computer - DR4 64 bit - is giving not much more than a pawn advantage for white. It only agrees with the first move of the puzzle. 31. b5 (31. b5 (b4-b5 e6-e5 d4xe5 f6xe5 b5xc6 ♗d7-e6 ♘a3-c2 ♖h8-f8 ♖c3-d3 ♖d8-c8 ♘c2-b4 b6-b5 ♖d3-d2)
   Nov-04-17 Carlsen vs Li Chao, 2015 (replies)
mel gibson: Never got this one. Both players just seemed to ignore each others threats. The computer agrees with the text move. White has to lose his Queen to win. Amazing game.
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