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rodchuck
Member since May-28-07 · Last seen Dec-12-18
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   rodchuck has kibitzed 105 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-23-18 A Higgs vs T Thomassen, 2010 (replies)
 
rodchuck: Why did black not play 19...e4? After 20. Qe2 exd3 21. Qd2 Bxb2 22.Qxb2 Nf6 black has a comfortable position
 
   Apr-11-18 W So vs M Mahjoob, 2007 (replies)
 
rodchuck: What happens after 20. Ngf7, threatening 21.Nh6+ Kh8, 22.Ndf7+? If20....h6 or h5, then Qg6 seems decisive. Am I missing something?
 
   Mar-20-18 R Hovhannisyan vs M Gaehler, 2013
 
rodchuck: Yeah, forced mate in 65 moves
 
   Mar-14-18 Xiao Zhang vs Hanxue Gao, 2017 (replies)
 
rodchuck: If 12... Nxh7 13. Qh5 looks strong
 
   Feb-02-18 L Day vs Nickoloff, 1977 (replies)
 
rodchuck: <UR IV>after 24 Be6+ if ...Kc6 25 Bd5+ Kd7 (with repetition), and if 24...Ke8 25. Bf7+ Kd7 (Kf8 or Kd8 loses to Ne6+ (or 24 ...Kd8?? Rxe5 25 Qxe5 26 Nf7+ forking)
 
   Jan-21-18 M Romm vs S Tatai, 1973 (replies)
 
rodchuck: I would have thought that 30. ...Nxe5. 31.dxe5 Kxe5 would have given black a fighting chance with 2 connected pawns against the bishop
 
   Dec-15-17 Kasparov vs Lautier, 1994 (replies)
 
rodchuck: I tried and tried to make Qxg8 work, without success. Finally after about 15 minutes I found Ng4, with the idea of challenging the black queen, and if 28... Rxg5, then Nxe5 probably winning. I haven't seen this game before, but was happy that the solution was correct. Thank you ...
 
   Sep-01-17 A Blees vs F Vallejo Pons, 1997 (replies)
 
rodchuck: <diagonalley><Strelets>If you are using firefox, this is no longer supported by java, so all viewers except pgn4web no longer work. A real nuisance, but not all advances in life are positive....
 
   Jul-19-17 A Gavrilov vs B Grachev, 2007 (replies)
 
rodchuck: How about 35....Ne1+ 36. Kh2 Nc2?
 
   Jun-27-17 I Bukavshin vs E Inarkiev, 2015 (replies)
 
rodchuck: It would seem that poisoning of critical opponents of the Russian regime (Alexander Litvinenko for example) is not exactly unknown, but why murder a promising young chess grandmaster?
 
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