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Member since Jul-04-15 · Last seen Jun-19-18
I have not played tournaments for 30 years. On blitz I currently have 2083 elo (3th june 2018). But in fact I prefer analyzing the games and puzzels of CG.

   saturn2 has kibitzed 891 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-19-18 J Salomon vs M Vachier-Lagrave, 2017 (replies)
saturn2: Better for white is 30 RxN BxR 31 g4 (attacking the knight on h5 and providing luft for the king) But he has lost an exchange and was already a pawn down.
   Jun-18-18 V Laznicka vs Movsesian, 2007 (replies)
saturn2: Nice kingside attack ending with mate Rh8++
   Jun-16-18 Taimanov vs Psakhis, 1981 (replies)
saturn2: I would have played 25..Re8 seeing white cannot take one of the knights and has to interpose a piece on the e file. But what I not saw was 26..Qf6
   Jun-15-18 K Rohonyan vs A L'Ami, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: Having played over the game now I concluded and saw afterwards what <patzer2> already wrote. Black simply had to play 16.. QxNb7. Why does a strong player take a pawn instead of a piece?
   Jun-13-18 A A Marguerite vs M Siban, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: <passion pour 64: 33.Rb7> NxQ
   Jun-12-18 M Efroimski vs T Munkhchuluun, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: <Stonehenge You also have to see 41...Raxe2+ 42. Kf1 Rxe3 43.Kxg2 b3> If 42 Kf1 then Rf2 43 Ke1 Rg1 44 KxRf2 RxRb1 winning with the same skewer as in the game.
   Jun-11-18 A Zwaig vs Miles, 1977 (replies)
saturn2: If 29 Be3 instead white can play on but black black will create pressure on the pawn h4.
   Jun-11-18 S Petrenko vs Chiburdanidze, 2008 (replies)
saturn2: 35. Rxc4 if white retakes black wins 3 pawns on the h4th rank
   Jun-10-18 Gelfand vs Beliavsky, 1991 (replies)
saturn2: I thought of 25..Ra5 threatening Rxa3
   Jun-09-18 Averbakh vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
saturn2: I saw it till move 33 and noticed the knight has to move. Othetwise the king escapes via e6.
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