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   nalinw has kibitzed 216 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-04-17 M Orfali vs M Senlle Caride, 2007 (replies)
nalinw: #$%%@$^&** I "saw" the whole thing - the blind spot was not seeing that the defending Knight disappears!!
   Apr-01-17 B Ider vs Wei Yi, 2014 (replies)
nalinw: Very nice sequence of puns .... reasonable game too
   Mar-29-17 M Amini vs R Gralla, 2010 (replies)
nalinw: I didn't see the solution at all ... but that is because I was distracted by 15. ... Bc3+ which looks lovely until one realizes that the White Queen also covers e3 ....
   Mar-21-17 F Berkes vs M Neubauer, 2007 (replies)
nalinw: <After 26...Rd8 27. Nd6 Qe6?? White has 28. Qxg5+, winning the Rd8. White just has to be careful of 28...Kf7 29. Qxd8??, allowing a back-row mate. He must interpose 29. Bh5+.> 28. .... Kf7 not possible because of N on d6.
   Mar-15-17 Suetin vs Nezhmetdinov, 1964 (replies)
nalinw: Oh what a lovely proposed pun - too bad it wasn't selected.
   Mar-13-17 S J Solomon vs R Hart, 2010 (replies)
nalinw: I wonder why White didn't go straight away for 26. Bh7 He ends up only an exchange up but with a good position ...
   Mar-12-17 O Bernstein vs Najdorf, 1954 (replies)
nalinw: Given the background to the game and the game itself this has to be one of the all time great game/pun combinations.
   Mar-12-17 I Nikolayev vs M Gregory, 2007 (replies)
nalinw: Yes - particularly when there are Knight checks as red herrings for patzers like me .....
   Feb-24-17 E Canal vs P Beggi, 1976 (replies)
nalinw: Just didn't see Qh4+ opening up ...
   Feb-02-17 P Danenhower vs Spassky, 1971 (replies)
nalinw: The first move is obvious when one knows it is a Thursday puzzle! But I couldn't see a way forward. Why not 30. Kd2?
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