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pom nasayao
Member since Sep-15-07 · Last seen Mar-10-13
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   pom nasayao has kibitzed 93 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-19-12 K Zvorykina vs Tal, 1955 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: If White plays 32.Nxc8, Black will play 32. . d3 and there is no stopping 33. . Qh1+
 
   Jul-18-12 Tal vs Gipslis, 1955 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: Can anybody tell me why this is a draw??
 
   Nov-06-11 Fischer vs V Kovacevic, 1970 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: Fischer loses either by Nb7 or Bxc6
 
   Oct-03-11 J Szukszta vs Tal, 1956 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: the game is pure entertainment!
 
   Oct-02-11 I D Dorfman vs Tal, 1992
 
pom nasayao: This must be Tal's last professional game
 
   Oct-02-11 J Penrose vs Tal, 1960 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: i think there is no other game on record which Tal was able to play Penrose again. Must be a lifetime good feeling for Dr. Penrose.
 
   Oct-01-11 B Malich vs Tal, 1960
 
pom nasayao: Should the WR remain in the 3rd rank in order to protect the WRP, the continuation may be Bd2+ and the WKP goes. If W plays e5 then B plays Pxe5+; Kxe5 Bg3 and the WRP goes.
 
   Oct-01-11 Tal vs E Contedini, 1960
 
pom nasayao: The end might have been 31. . Rxe8 32. Qa2+ Kh8 33. Nf7+ Kg8 34. Nxe8 and W has won the exchange.
 
   Nov-02-10 Tal vs Beliavsky, 1989 (replies)
 
pom nasayao: This may have been the continuation: 27. . Bd7 28. c4! (providing a checking square for the WBishop, and a brief mating attack as well). The only way Black can prevent this is by capturing the WKnight. Therefore: 28. . Rxe7 29. Qxe7 Qd8 30. d6, the attack will be overwhelming
 
   Nov-02-10 D Gurevich vs Tal, 1988
 
pom nasayao: Why White played 7. Ne2??? it exposes the White King.
 
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