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rvade
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   rvade has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-10-06 J A Fernandez vs R Garbarino, 2001 (replies)
 
rvade: And 6. Qa4 fails to 6.... Bd7
 
   Feb-21-06 Yanofsky vs Uhlmann, 1966 (replies)
 
rvade: What was wrong with 15. Bxe7?
 
   Jan-30-06 Lahno vs S Shepeleva, 2001 (replies)
 
rvade: Black's play looks immature, the ending is only logical. 6... d5 was too early and got punished at once. The rest of the game is what Spassky calls "simple chess": just improve the position while enjoying the extra pawn.
 
   Dec-27-05 G Minchev vs Nejad, 1996 (replies)
 
rvade: Oh, I think I know why 6... Bb4 is not good: the entire line of Nxe5 is nonsense and Black's after 6... Ng8, at least according to Fritz at a first glance. The funny thing is that white has a high percentage of wins in this ...
 
   Oct-20-05 Ragozin vs Panov, 1940 (replies)
 
rvade: It's interesting how white's attempts for an attack failed. Anyway, was 25. Qf3 the horrible blunder or did the mistake happen earlier? What are the alternatives? 25. Rxc1?? loses to 25 Qxc1 26 Kg2 Qc6+. 25. Rf1 is unpleasant for white after 25 Rxf1 26. Kxf1 Qc1+ 27. Ke2 (not the ...
 
   Oct-05-05 Pinter vs H Hurme, 1983 (replies)
 
rvade: <RdpC> Probably because white forgot to take the black pawn on d5, maybe instead of playing 8.Qc2
 
   Oct-04-05 Salov vs Mikhalchishin, 1982 (replies)
 
rvade: It's amazing how quickly things started disintegrating after 24... f6. 25... Qf6 is probably the blunder of the game since black has no compensation for white's killer extra passed pawn. Moves like 32... Rc4 just helped white to get their pieces where they wanted. Maybe black could ...
 
   Sep-30-05 Tal vs B Malich, 1958 (replies)
 
rvade: I found Re5 at once but did not attempt to calculate all the variations. Here are a few (thanks, Fritz!): if 24... dxe5 then 25. d6+ Ke8 26. d7+ Kd8 27. Qd6 Or, if 25... Ke8 in the main line instead of Kf8 then 26. Qf6 Rg8 27. Qxd6
 
   Sep-29-05 Victor Knorre (replies)
 
rvade: Strong amateur? Mmm... tied Zukertort 6-6 and lost against Anderssen 3-5 according to this database. Although I have not tried analyzing this game, he looks pretty good in it: Zukertort vs Knorre, 1866 .
 
   Sep-29-05 Gligoric vs Prins, 1952 (replies)
 
rvade: Can black defend with 19... Rg8 followed by Qe8? I think Qe8 should have been played instead of 15... Kh7. And if 16. Ng6 then 16... Nxg6 17. hxg6 d5 and then 18... Rf6.
 
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