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rodchuck
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   rodchuck has kibitzed 104 times to chessgames   [more...]
   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?
 
   Jun-14-17 Prince Dadian vs Doubrava, 1896 (replies)
 
rodchuck: To quote <chris owen> in part: ”flackhug…daddy vent auger vam von guv bow…faustsus vehicle…flunghud flush…dad apply…dunkhands Taurus.. bunny vehicle”. This succinct and deeply provocative analysis dumfounds me and judging by the numerous responses to his many contributions in
 
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