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olinart
Member since Oct-27-11 · Last seen Oct-15-18
Vancouver, BC
No rating (1400 many years ago)

   olinart has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-09-18 G Danner vs A Milnes, 2008 (replies)
 
olinart: Walter, your variation is not so different. 24. .. exf6 25. Ne4 Rad8 and the attack is blunted. Still plenty of play to convert the material advantage.
 
   Mar-21-18 Karjakin vs D Frolyanov, 2013 (replies)
 
olinart: I think white is won at move 25. Black cannot protect against all the threats that open up.
 
   Nov-19-17 Olga Viewer chessforum (replies)
 
olinart: The problem appears to be fixed! Big thanks to whoever was responsible.
 
   Oct-24-17 B Savchenko vs J van Foreest, 2016 (replies)
 
olinart: Re3 also wins similar material and a clear advantage.
 
   Sep-16-17 A Montalvo vs Blatny, 1997 (replies)
 
olinart: Following the game line, 26Qb7+ saves white by controlling e3. If 26Kd3,27Nd2 and 26Rc7,27Qd5,kc8,28Nd2 holds
 
   Jul-29-16 Spielmann vs M Elyashiv, 1903 (replies)
 
olinart: In the game played, 20 ..Qxf6 21.Be5 Qe7 22.Rf1+ Ke8 gets black out of the attack at the cost of a pawn. Nevertheless the rook sac got white out of serious trouble.
 
   May-16-16 H E Myers vs Tirso Alvarez, 1966 (replies)
 
olinart: I agree, AlicesKnight. 11..Nc6 instead is sufficient to hold off the attack and keep the material. Still in a speed game it's easy to see how the bishop moved played looks reasonable.
 
   Jan-19-16 M Muzychuk vs F Lindsoe, 2013 (replies)
 
olinart: Nice puzzle. Like others, I took a few minutes to notice the the rook was uncovered blocking Black's escape square. More interesting, it seems to me that white missed 17 Be5 trapping the black queen. Very surprised that it was missed.
 
   Mar-17-15 Yanofsky vs L Joyner, 1965 (replies)
 
olinart: Abe taught me and my friends to play chess at an elementary school in Winnipeg. Nice to see one of his games featured here. This one is so typical - develop in the center, get through the middle and get your advantage in exchanging to the end game. His observation was that most ...
 
   Dec-30-14 Topalov vs Anand, 2004 (replies)
 
olinart: ..a3 wins here as well eg ..a3;b3 Bxb3;cxb3+
 
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