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Member since Jul-04-15 · Last seen Oct-22-18
I have not played tournaments for 30 years. On blitz I am player 12432364 and currently have 2210 elo (12 th july 2018). But in fact I prefer analyzing the games and puzzels of CG.

   saturn2 has kibitzed 989 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-18 Zuckerman vs J Kostro, 1972 (replies)
saturn2: <malt> right Rxh7
   Oct-17-18 Saemisch vs Teichmann, 1922 (replies)
saturn2: In rhe pawn constellation after move 46 (c4 d3) the only way for a white rook to stop both pawns is to be on the d file behind the d pawn. (Rd4,...Rd8)
   Oct-17-18 V Kulakov vs D Ludwig, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: I saw after 38..Qb7+ the white king has two reasonable squares f2 und g3 and on both he will be exposed to a decidung rook check Rd2 or Rg8.
   Oct-16-18 A Escobar Forero vs F La Rota, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: <patzer2 black has had more success with the popular move and computer choice 2...d5> I reach this position sonetimes with black after 1 c4 c6 2 e4 d5. White gets generally an isolated d pawn and me too thought the position is level after only two moves.
   Oct-13-18 Winants vs Carlsen, 2003 (replies)
saturn2: Here again an alternative opening with which I trap blitz opponents once in a while. 3...g5 4. Be5 f6 5. e3 fxe5 6. Qh5#
   Oct-12-18 Geller vs H Liebert, 1970 (replies)
saturn2: I saw 44 R4f5 and subsequent Qd2 has some good potential. Other attacking schemes did not work for me.
   Oct-10-18 R Altshul vs Rudolf Mueller, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: <24. Ng8 Qf8 25. Bh6+ Rxh6 26. Qg5+ Rg6 27. Rxf8 Rxg5 28. Rxa8>
   Oct-09-18 G Danner vs A Milnes, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: Black threatens Rh8. I thought of sonething else. 21 Nh5 is a double threat Rf1 and Nxg7. Black has 21..Qe5 but 22. Rf1+ Ke8 23. Nxg7+ Kd7 24. Kd2 wins a piece.
   Oct-08-18 A Karayev vs A J Datu, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: <Pchief: Have no idea why 21...Kh8 played. 21...gxh6 should be OK. 22.Qxh6 Nxe5 23.Ng5 Bxg5 yields White nothing> Maybe 23. Nxe5 is better instead. For example 23...dxe5 24. Rxf5 f6 But also here I dont see a quick win for white, only a strong attack against the black ...
   Oct-04-18 Y Zherebukh vs Nakamura, 2017 (replies)
saturn2: <Walter Glattke Black wins a piece with 19.Nxe4 Rh1+ > Yes. Otherwise after 18...Rxh2 19. Nxe4 Nxe4 20. Qxe4 is not possible because of 20.. Rh1+ 21. Kxh1 Rh8+ 22. Qh4 Rxh4+ etc. I missed this when I posted the answer 19.Nxe4 last week.
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