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   ndg2 has kibitzed 617 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-15-19 Karpov vs Portisch, 1982 (replies)
ndg2: Black Queen is nailed down to g6 and cannot prevent h4, h5. Great zugwang game (for lack of a better word, I know it ian't really zugzwang)
   Jan-13-19 Plaskett vs Adams, 1997
ndg2: Mickey doesn't care about white b-pawns, he does care about his d-pawn. Black will play Kc2 next (not Kxb2) and the d-pawn will promote.
   Jan-12-19 S Herkstroeter vs T Pappert, 1996
ndg2: 35..Rd8 36.Bc6 and black is basically a piece down.
   Jan-10-19 Stockfish vs AlphaZero, 2018
ndg2: 50 move rule, otherwise it would be 1-0 of course.
   Jan-09-19 R Svane vs T Rodshtein, 2015 (replies)
ndg2: Sorry, 29..Bxe8
   Jan-09-19 V Tukmakov vs Arkell, 1990
ndg2: Nice discovered mate attack,taking the knight deflects the g pawn from covering the 7th rank, going to f8/h8 is mate also with Rd8#
   Jan-09-19 Flear vs Arkell, 1979
ndg2: Rook exchange on move 22 was the decisive mistake.
   Dec-28-18 Tal vs Averkin, 1973
ndg2: Saw this at the training page "discovered attacks" over at
   Dec-23-18 Li Chao vs R Rapport, 2014
ndg2: Black resigned in light of 33...♖a3 34.♗c7+! ♔h8 35.e7 ♖a8 36.♗d8 with an unstoppable e-pawn. ♗c7 is important to interfer on d8. Unfortunately for black, 34...♔f8 isn't possible because of 35.♗d6+ with mate next move. Other rook moves ...
   Dec-10-18 Tal vs A S Segal, 1952 (replies)
ndg2: 29...Rxc5 20.Rf7+ would turn it into 'easy', not 'very easy'.
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