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   nummerzwei has kibitzed 487 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-22-17 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927
nummerzwei: After the 'automatic' 16...b6 Black can put up stiff resistance.
   Mar-19-17 O Nikolenko vs Antoshin, 1986
nummerzwei: <EmperorAtahualpa: What a weird game! I'm guessing this game was rapid or blitz because otherwise White couldn't miss 11.Nc7!> Neither 11.Nc7 is very clear: a) 11.Nbc7 Nc6 12.Nxa8? Qxd5 b) 11.Ndc7 a6 In both cases, the complications are likely continue for several ...
   Mar-16-17 Semmering/Baden (1937)
nummerzwei: Dress rehearsal for AVRO.
   Mar-10-17 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2016
nummerzwei: 45...f4 is a strange move, leaving Black with no entry squares. Alekhine did better in a strikingly similar ending in Shipley / Sharp vs Alekhine, 1924 [DIAGRAM] 42...Be2! (0:1, 53)
   Feb-19-17 Alekhine vs Capablanca, 1927
nummerzwei: According to Alekhine, White can press for the win with 17. f3.
   Jan-22-17 Yates vs Capablanca, 1924
nummerzwei: Yates could have played much the same combination on move 20: 20.Nxg5 is both dead obvious and very strong, e.g. 20...Bxd1 (20...Qxg5 21.g4) 21.Bxh7+ Kh8 22.f4 The tournament book is completely silent on this! The whole thing's something of a mystery really. Certainly, Alekhine ...
   Jan-14-17 Alekhine vs Foltys, 1936
nummerzwei: Conceivably, Black missed that 11...c4 is met by 12.Bh7+, winning.
   Dec-26-16 M Matlakov vs Kramnik, 2015
nummerzwei: There doesn't seem to be anything wrong with 10.c6, a logical move which, however, hasn't been tried so far.
   Nov-05-16 J Kleiman vs M Kekelidze, 2010
nummerzwei: It's probable Black's 2nd and 3rd moves have been swapped in the game score.
   Oct-17-16 J Duda vs L Bruzon Batista, 2016
nummerzwei: That wasn't even close to being a sacrifice.

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