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   nummerzwei has kibitzed 502 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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 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.
   Aug-10-17 Timman vs J Bjerre, 2017
nummerzwei: 21...Nf6 preserves the piece with two pawns for the exchange. However, White seems to be better anyway.
   Jun-29-17 Kasparov vs Karpov, 1990
nummerzwei: <acirce: About this game: 15...a6 was a mistake that should have been answered 16. Bxc6 Bxc6 17. Rhe1 Bxe4 18. Rxe4 Nd6 19. Re2 intending Nd4-e6 according to Jangjava's book on the Petrov. 15...Nd6 is given as the best move with equality. 8...Nf5 does look like it gives White ...
   Jun-08-17 Smyslov vs Euwe, 1948
nummerzwei: In his analysis in the tournament book, Euwe serves up a flawed finale: 'Black resigns since 70...Bc6 (to meet 71.e7+ Ke8 72.g7) costs the piece after 71.g7+ Kg8 42.Se7+.' White should play something like 42.Kf6 Kh7 43.Nh6 with mate in three, of course. After 42.Ne7+?? Kxg7 ...
   Jun-03-17 Spassky vs Fischer, 1972
nummerzwei: In his comments, Gligoric stresses the importance of manoeuvring the knight to c6, where it blocks White's rooks from invading via the c-file. The only way to break through this barrier is to play b4-b5 (e.g. 42.Rb2), but this leads to an exchange of the queenside pawns, and thus
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