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peterk007
Member since Jan-26-04 · Last seen Nov-04-06
Hi, I love to play chess, you may find me on FICS with the handle peterkonig. That's me :-)

   peterk007 has kibitzed 170 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-15-06 Averbakh vs V Osnos, 1965 (replies)
 
peterk007: Posed as a puzzle it is not thaaat difficult. White can do only few dramatic moves, RxN is the most obvious. It frees f6 for the white N. Then thinking starts what to do with that. - In an OTB game, just to seriously consider this move, that's what I find damned difficult.
 
   Feb-27-06 V P Moskalenko vs A Kotsuba, 1994
 
peterk007: So, why did Black resign here? Or overstepped time? Or what?
 
   Feb-16-06 Tylor vs Sultan Khan, 1933 (replies)
 
peterk007: In the original position the 2 white Rs are just begging for a B-fork on d4. But wait, white could gain a tempo by a check on b7 and rescue hist Rs. Better get the K in place of the R on b2, then it works nicely. - For a Thursday the principle is really easy. The variations are ...
 
   Feb-12-06 H Rathmann vs Meyer, 1975 (replies)
 
peterk007: Why did Black resign here? 8. ... Kxf7 9. Ng5 Kg6 (Kg8 is better, but after Rxf5 black's position is just awfull) 10. Txf5 Kxf5 11. Dd3 and mate in 2 follows. That's why ;-)
 
   Feb-12-06 Stapelfeld vs Stock, 1980 (replies)
 
peterk007: Why play 5. ... c6 and not getting the white squared bishop out on move 6!? but blocking it with Nbd7?
 
   Jan-27-06 Ivanchuk vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
peterk007: <Hesan7> ...Bg4 looks good to me. White can not take on f6 as it will lose a piece. And Qxg4 looks good for black too.
 
   Jan-24-06 Karjakin vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
 
peterk007: I still like for white the line giving the Q for 2 Rs best. There white has winning (and of course losing) chances. Now he must just fight to survive and draw, and a win is nowhere to be seen.
 
   Jan-19-06 Judit Polgar vs Antunes, 1996 (replies)
 
peterk007: It was not that difficult to see NB3+ and that it should be possible somehow to queen the a pawn. But white gives back the piece and black is "just" up the exchange for a pawn. I could easily still lose this against J Polgar.
 
   Dec-30-05 S Volkov vs Jakovenko, 2005 (replies)
 
peterk007: At some point black has to play g5. And to avoid Q-swap AND to avoid a perpetual. - I do not see it, this will be a draw in less than 50 moves (without pushing pawns).
 
   Dec-22-05 Ivkov vs A Dueckstein, 1967 (replies)
 
peterk007: cool play. 29. Rc4 is easy. 30. Rd4 is the key to the combination
 
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