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moonrain
Member since Apr-17-06 · Last seen Oct-11-12
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   moonrain has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-29-12 Konstantinopolsky vs Flohr, 1945
 
moonrain: Black must have been run out of time.
 
   Jul-05-11 chancho chessforum (replies)
 
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   May-15-10 Alekhine vs Lilienthal, 1933 (replies)
 
moonrain: Indeed. At first glance the only check is on c4. That's why Rh4+. So did not Alekhin himself see Qe6+..?
 
   Jul-11-09 T Witke vs J Nikolac, 1986 (replies)
 
moonrain: Interesting, was that a simultaneous game? Not so impressive records for the winner beating Nikolac who must have been GM that time.
 
   Oct-23-08 Spielmann vs B Stupan, 1934
 
moonrain: 10. Nd5 does not look effective due to 10 ... O-O. It's not clear if White really has a decisive advantage.
 
   Oct-09-08 Tolush vs N Kopilov, 1954 (replies)
 
moonrain: Besides the puzzle itself, a double-edged position makes an "innocent" developing 20 .. Ne2 a gross mistake. White must have been at win either after 20. Rc1 or a straightforward 20. Bxb4.
 
   Sep-03-08 E Gasanov vs A Kovchan, 2006 (replies)
 
moonrain: 31. g4 must be a winning move, and rather obvious one. Well, quieter 31.Re1 is the same.
 
   Mar-02-08 Smirin vs Beliavsky, 1989 (replies)
 
moonrain: I stopped searching for mate after 32...Nc4+. The position after that 33.Kf4 must be indefensible - that what I thought. I wonder if Beliavsky saw the final end at doing 28...Rf2 sacrifice but rather was content with estimation of an intermediate position.
 
   Dec-10-07 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927 (replies)
 
moonrain: Alekhine himself offered 17. B:f6 B:f6 18. b4 in comments for the game.
 
   Feb-15-07 De Vere vs Paulsen, 1870 (replies)
 
moonrain: Mendrys, Themofro, yeh, guys, so lovely still c3.
 
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