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   mike1 has kibitzed 342 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-17 V Fedoseev vs Svidler, 2017 (replies)
mike1: well... just wondering who played for a win after , lets say, move 34? Why did Fedoseev play this active 35 f4? Leaving the pawn structure unchanged should guaranty a draw.
   Nov-30-17 Barbero vs G Andruet, 1986 (replies)
mike1: Could please someone advise why 31.Rxh6 does not work? Next either Qxg5+ or Rh7+...
   Nov-15-17 Ding Liren vs Carlsen, 2017 (replies)
mike1: 20... b5 is a move for the ages. would have never crossed my mind. White is already lost here and yes, all the bells are ringing but where do you put that queen??
   Jul-24-17 Biel (2017) (replies)
mike1: chess24 is online as well
   Jun-04-17 Shirov vs Lautier, 1995 (replies)
mike1: I knew the game. But still not sure about; 28 gxh4 Nf4+, 29. Bxf4 Rxd1 30.Bxd1 Bf6. 31. f5... Guess black should win but...
   May-17-17 D Arutinian vs B Laurent, 2007 (replies)
mike1: am actually not sure how to win this after (yes, got that) 29. Rh8+ Kxh8 30. Bd4+ cxd4. 31. Qxe2 R3f4....the d-pawn could be strong later on.
   May-09-17 Dlugy vs NN, 2015 (replies)
mike1: Dlugy's opponent is/was a 12 year old Indian player by the name of Shryan "Sunny" Majumbder according to NIC magazine 1/2016, page 98.
   Apr-26-17 Topalov vs Nisipeanu, 2007 (replies)
mike1: 48. Kh4 fxe6... Black is a bishop up
   Feb-24-17 FIDE Grand Prix Sharjah (2017) (replies)
mike1: Aronian and Vallejo got the same score card as Hou...
   Feb-15-17 Anderssen vs Blackburne, 1862 (replies)
mike1: ok, its late.... but what happens after 29... Bxf4? 30. Bf4 Rxh8...
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