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mooseheadchris
Member since May-10-10 · Last seen Nov-19-14
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   mooseheadchris has kibitzed 5 times to chessgames  
   Oct-14-14 J Saradjen vs M Perunovic, 2004 (replies)
 
mooseheadchris: I saw 23...Rxd4 as the obvious move, but discounted it due to 24.Nc8!? This attacks the queen which either forces the queen off the file (and thus eliminating the threat against white's Q) or forces the rooks to discommunicate allowing a simple B+N=R exchange. I still can't ...
 
   Sep-28-12 A Naumann vs F Kroeze, 2009 (replies)
 
mooseheadchris: I was thinking a clever interference move, 21... Bc1! with the purpose of taking the white queen off the light squares... allowing 22. Qxc1 c3! I then realized this all fails to either 22 or 23. Bxh3 So I'm pretty sure it is first necessary to play 21... c3 Leading to ...
 
   Dec-15-11 Gurgenidze vs Tal, 1957 (replies)
 
mooseheadchris: Amazing. But, I'm sure that Tal saw the 13-move win when he played 14... Nxf2!!
 
   May-16-11 K Langeweg vs T Krabbe, 1967 (replies)
 
mooseheadchris: <kevin86> I think white's best response to 32... Rc2 is simply 33. Rf1 then 33... Qd2 34. Rg2 QxR 35. QxQ RxQ 36. KxR BxB 37. RxB RxR 38. exf5 Kxf7 gives white two passed pawns and probably 1-0. Should black choose not to trade down, white's game is winning.
 
   Jan-02-11 Gufeld vs L Espig, 1980 (replies)
 
mooseheadchris: Could anyone tell me why this doesn't work?? I was looking at 25. Nxe6 1) 25... fxe6 26. Rxf8+ with mate after Qh8+ and Rxg7# 2) 25... Nxe6 26. Bxe7 Re8 27. Rxg7+ Kxg7 28. Bf6+ with mate at Qh8 in this second variation other moves at 26... such as f6 or g6 Rxc2 all seem to ...
 
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