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   pawn to QB4 has kibitzed 1626 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-23-17 Tal vs Bagirov, 1967 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: I suspect Kxf6 is the mistake in that line. a5 instead will win, narrowly in both lines. Either a) the Black king goes for the queenside, in which case after all the pawns go except for f2 and f3, White gets in Kxf3 without the reply ...Kf5 being possible; or b) the Black king ...
 
   Nov-17-17 Kenneth S Rogoff (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: <These white women need to stop.. etc..> stupid comment, pretending any sane person thinks like that. Any "vibrant multiculturalism" here was shown when a man stepped in to defend a woman from that nutcase. That's what a real man does, regardless of the colour of anyone ...
 
   Jan-25-17 Carlsen vs Van Wely, 2017 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: I'd add to that list that had he taken on a7 rather than f4, he'd have left Black's rook freer than it was in the game, where he repeatedly made it return to the defence of that a pawn. If I'm ever sitting in van Wely's unfortunate position after 31, I'd be hoping for 32 Rb7+ ...
 
   Jan-21-17 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2017 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: <Argh, how could he miss 56.Rc8+, even I found it!!> my first thought was also Argh!! but thinking about it, how encouraging that such a great player misses something we find at once.
 
   Nov-30-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: <1.70 or so already for white.> wonder if once again he'll get a winning position and ...not accept the draw?
 
   Nov-30-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: < he could obstruct the Black's rook's defence of the g7 pawn by 75 Bf7!> if so, that's a shocker - from 600+ points below Carlsen I saw that as soon as Open Defence mentioned 73. Be6+ as better than Bd6. If I were Carlsen I'd rather nobody pointed such a simple error out ...
 
   Nov-11-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: < can somebody tell me what time we can watch on-line from London or Europe? > kick off is 7 pm in London
 
   Nov-06-16 Carlsen - Karjakin World Championship (2016) (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: Here in Britain we have a rating system which needed tweaking to avoid the opposite problem, deflation at the higher end. If there was ever any case for arguing that Elo inflation at the higher end reflects improvement in playing ability worldwide (and there wasn't), this ...
 
   Oct-16-16 Nazi Paikidze (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: <boycotting one event will not change a policy that has been around for almost half a century or change an entire country’s views on the way religion should be integrated into everyday life.>> Susan Polgar is quite wrong to say that the entire country of Iran has a view
 
   Sep-18-16 Morphy vs Hart, 1854 (replies)
 
pawn to QB4: morfishine, rather than resorting to silly abuse you'd do better to learn a small point from someone who has got it right. 23.Nc7+ forces Qxc7 24. Rxc7 and 25. Qxa7# is unavoidable. After 24. Rc7?! Qxc7 25.Nxc7+ mate takes a little longer. So 23.Nxc7+ is more accurate, and ...
 
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