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Member since Jun-18-06 · Last seen Mar-18-18
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   nummerzwei has kibitzed 505 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-04-18 A Guerrero vs Y Zhou, 2012
nummerzwei: The last few moves, the hapless queen unable to prevent R+N+B from raiding the queenside, certainly resemble the famous D Byrne vs Fischer, 1956 . I also distinctly remember one of my own games with a similar material distribution. One often has the player with a kingside ...
   Feb-24-18 Larsen vs J Kristiansen, 1991
nummerzwei: So what about 35...Kh5 36.Ne5+ Kh6 37.Qg4 Ra1+ 38.Kh2?
   Feb-22-18 S P Sethuraman vs Kulaots, 2018 (replies)
nummerzwei: Pretty strange game. Essentially, Black made the 'standard blunder' in the Dragon by losing e7 with 15...Qa5 and 16...Qxd2. How does this kind of thing come about with a respectable GM behind the black pieces?
   Feb-03-18 Y Zhou vs R Pert, 2014
nummerzwei: Well, White lost a piece with 27.Rd3?. If 28.Bxd4, then [DIAGRAM] 28...Rf1+ 29.Qxf1 Nd2+ Much the same combination was played in Horberg - Averbakh, Stockholm 1954 [not in the database] : [DIAGRAM] 21...Rc1!
   Dec-08-17 I Cheparinov vs Ponomariov, 2014
nummerzwei: 7.dxc5 should not be underestimated. In V Fedoseev vs E Inarkiev, 2017 , Black played 16...Bxd6 17.Rxd6 Be8 18.Rxd8 Nxd8 with the idea of ...Bc6, and equalized.
   Dec-03-17 V Laznicka vs J Werle, 2008
nummerzwei: An alternate win is 28...Nxh2+ 29.Kxf2 Ng4+ 30.Kf1 Qf6+.
   Sep-12-17 Shirov vs D B Gurevich, 1993 (replies)
nummerzwei: There's actually a fourth one, Vladimir Gurevich . Vladimir became a GM only in 1998, however, and didn't qualify for the Interzonal.
   Sep-02-17 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1987 (replies)
nummerzwei: Instead of Kasparov's 24...b5, all sorts of computer programs propose that Black can get a more or less decisive advantage with the shocking 24...g5!?: [DIAGRAM] This is one of the most striking examples of a 'computer move' that I've seen. The point is that Black rules out a ...
   Aug-25-17 I Ben Artzi vs D Naroditsky, 2012
nummerzwei: 10.f4 is odd, as White normally strives to erect a barrier with f3e4. However, 10.f3 e4! is also fine for Black. It seems White should stick to 9.Nd2.
   Aug-10-17 Geller vs Larsen, 1967
nummerzwei: <zydeco> No way. An outside passed pawn is not even a thing in rook endings.
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