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parmandil
Member since Dec-25-08 · Last seen Apr-27-17
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   parmandil has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-08-17 G Kuzmin vs Groszpeter, 1990 (replies)
 
parmandil: If 22...exd4 then 23.Bxd4 Rg8 24.Bxf6+ Rg7 25.Qg5 seems to be decisive.
 
   Apr-18-14 J Sieglen vs K Wesseln, 1989 (replies)
 
parmandil: After white interpolates the rook, either on e4 or f3, there is also the more prosaic 34... f1Q+ followed by 35... BxR.
 
   Aug-11-12 Lutikov vs L Aronson, 1957 (replies)
 
parmandil: The combination really starts one move earlier, and would have been better as a Saturday puzzle with 30.? It does not seem that black has anything better than 30. - Bxf5 anyway.
 
   Apr-17-11 Bologan vs I Rogers, 1995 (replies)
 
parmandil: As many others, I was immediately drawn to 20.g6, but after 20...Bxg6 I wanted to continue with 21.Rxg6 fxg6 22.Bxe6, which gives black some other defensive options than the game. For practical purposes, I don't think it is necessary to see 22.d5 and 23.Qc4 in order to decide on ...
 
   Oct-15-10 E Chevelevitch vs G Putzbach, 2007 (replies)
 
parmandil: The following variation enticed me to choose 32 Bd4, namely 32 ... Rc7 (to defend f7 and g7) 33 Qg8+ Qxg8 34 f7+ Bg7 35 Rxg7 Qxg7 36 fxe8Q+ Bxe8 37 Rf8#.
 
   May-25-10 V Titenko vs Murey, 1963 (replies)
 
parmandil: Nice problem, <whiteshark>! The first thought is 1.Re6 Qxe6 2.Nc5+ which does not work as the knight is pinned. The second attempt is 1.Nc5+ Qxc5 2.Ra3+ Kb6 3.Rb3+ Kc6 4.Rc3 which fails to Bxc3. Looking for stalemate configurations, there is one with the black queen on b3 ...
 
   Sep-19-09 Dreev vs R Cifuentes, 1995 (replies)
 
parmandil: It is not so hard to see that 19.Rxd6 will give two minor pieces for the rook, but when did Dreev first see this? Playing through the game, I felt he must have seen it when he played 14.c5. But after checking a database, I rather guess it was part of his opening preparation! 14.c5
 
   May-13-09 Carlsen vs Topalov, 2009 (replies)
 
parmandil: I think the most difficult move to find in this game is 31.Rc7!, where you must have something prepared against Qd8 attacking two pieces.
 
   Feb-01-09 Wang Yue vs Carlsen, 2009 (replies)
 
parmandil: Concerning the opening: Peter Heine Nielsen has won a couple of games with black in this variation, and Carlsen has worked a lot with Nielsen, so I strongly suspect 10...Qc8 was prepared in advance.
 
   Jan-11-09 Erling Myhre (replies)
 
parmandil: I'm sure my retired colleague, who also played in a chess olympiad, back in 1962, will remember Myhre and have only positive things to say about him. They played in the same chess club at the time. Erling Myhre was a dominating figure in Norwegian chess for many years, but in ...
 
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