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Member since May-11-13 · Last seen Sep-24-18
Jason Morris, USCF 2041

Life-long Fischer-fan, but enjoy players of all styles. Huge Morozevich, Ivanchuck, and Shirov fan too.

   mycroft2120 has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-19-18 Morozevich vs Kulaots, 1990
mycroft2120: Moro was not yet MORO!! ;-)
   Aug-04-18 A A Marguerite vs M Siban, 2008 (replies)
mycroft2120: ChessHigherCat... you missed that 34. .. Rg6? allows 35. Re8#.
   Jun-04-18 T Dornbusch vs S Sableviciene, 1992
mycroft2120: 38. e7+ is just aesthetically ugly. Why not the more clean 39. f7 and 40. B anywhere with mate to follow. Now black can blockade with Ke8, advance the queen-side pawns and create a lot more work for white. Ah.. it's a youth game.
   Jun-02-18 Mamedyarov vs Nakamura, 2018 (replies)
mycroft2120: That was some home cooking by Naka...nice forced draw. Now ... can he bloody WIN a game or two? Come on Naka!!!
   May-28-18 Carlsen vs Caruana, 2018 (replies)
mycroft2120: I think the fatal mistake was in Fabi playing 12. .. b5 and 13. .. b4. That doomed the isolated b4 pawn after 14. cxb4 axb4. After that, with the white blockade on d4, black had no play.
   Feb-10-18 Morozevich vs S Y Shipov, 2003
mycroft2120: Losing on the very dark squares that black gave up on move 5. Love love love Moro's attacking.
   Feb-10-18 Morozevich vs Van Wely, 2002 (replies)
mycroft2120: I mixed up my comments; on 18. ..g6, white crashes through with 19. Rxg6+!. Black has to take, so after 19. ..fxg6 20. Qxg6+ Kh8 21. Ng5 black has no defense. If for example 21. ..Nf6 then 22. Nf7+! Rxf7 23. Rd8+ with mate to follow. Black has to give up his queen, after which ...
   Dec-31-17 Svidler vs B Amin, 2017
mycroft2120: Black intended 27...Rxc2 but overlooked 28. e6! mating or losing the black queen.
   Sep-30-17 D Wagner vs Nakamura, 2017 (replies)
mycroft2120: Another Naka Knights Knockout!
   Sep-25-17 Gligoric vs H Olafsson, 1979
mycroft2120: The knight at e5 was tactically defended by 30. Rxe5?? Qxh2+ 31. Kxh2 Rh4#. But after 30. Qc8+ Kh7 31.Rxe5 Qxh2 32. Kxh2 Rh4+ white has 33. Qh3 winning.
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