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   metspride07 has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-28-10 S Nakas vs L Elkin, 2010 (replies)
metspride07: black plays qc7 with a deadly initiative. Current theory considers black ok in this position. WHite can take the rook but after bf5 I prefer black
   Aug-31-10 P Polland vs E Daikeler, 1988 (replies)
metspride07: why cant black take the knight dxc3 on move 4. Is exf5 enough compensation for white?
   Jul-08-10 Kamsky vs A Bellaiche, 2010 (replies)
metspride07: no black resigned in this position.
   Apr-24-10 I Iglesias vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2001 (replies)
metspride07: aplhastar, if 36 ke3 then 36 qxg3 is mate. seems like a pretty cool mate to me.
   Dec-21-09 Hebden vs A Summerscale, 2001
metspride07: why is the position winning for white after qxd4 though i dont see how white is immediatly winning
   Dec-20-09 Eljanov vs Mamedyarov, 2008 (replies)
metspride07: the budapest defense is a good suprise opening i think qxf2 is winning for white am i missing something after qe5 then kf7 and i think the checks will run out eventually
   Dec-15-09 D Grin vs D Sidorchuk, 2000 (replies)
metspride07: why is 40 e5 needed here, can he not just play rg7 right then or am i missing something? if bg3 then kg2 and i still win the queen dont I?
   Dec-04-09 W Heidenfeld vs Nunn, 1973
metspride07: im sorry your right i blanked and missed that theres still a pawn on c6 if you take then knight.
   Dec-03-09 W So vs G Guseinov, 2009 (replies)
metspride07: hey guys, after 13: qe2 why cant black play bxf2 check? am i missing something?
   Nov-28-09 A Randisi vs Klausner, 1990
metspride07: the better variation is nxf3 khl, ne5 and black is winning
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