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   schaaktrainer has kibitzed 44 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-31-16 A Giri vs Yifan Hou, 2016 (replies)
schaaktrainer: Great fight!
   Dec-11-15 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
schaaktrainer: Bishop pair advantage Carlsen seems to me
   Aug-09-11 M Craven vs K Casey, 1994 (replies)
schaaktrainer: How about 15.Rxe3?
   Jun-03-11 Anand vs Shirov, 2011 (replies)
schaaktrainer: no move without certain disadvantages?
   Jun-03-11 Shirov vs Anand, 2011 (replies)
schaaktrainer: after fxg4 also possible Qxg4
   Dec-10-08 A Nickel vs The World, 2008 (replies)
schaaktrainer: jokerman: seems to me, Arno is going to exploit the weak d6 pawn, with a position like: his rooks on d3 and d1 and queen on d2 something like that. After Re8-e7! and Nf6-d8 you don't have to fear for the weak pawn on d6. [DIAGRAM]
   Dec-07-08 achieve chessforum (replies)
schaaktrainer: I think in our position we only can defend for a draw. After 24.. Re8 it seems we can make it for white very difficult to attack after Re8-e7 and Nf6-e8. 24.Qe3 Re8 25.Red2 Re7 26.Bc2 Ne8 [DIAGRAM] 27.f4 Kg8 28.e5 Bd5 activating our bisshop [DIAGRAM] 29.a3 dxe5 30.fxe5 ...
   Dec-03-08 Dionyseus chessforum (replies)
schaaktrainer: schaaktrainer: Chasing the white queen was my preference a time ago, but now I don't trust the leading vote 23... Rh5 although it seems to activate our position. 23.Bb3 Rh5?! 24.Qe3 d5 (solution for the week pawn) 25.e5 Ng8 26.f4 Ne7 27.g4 hxg3 e.p. 28.Qxg3 a5* (trying a ...
   Nov-17-08 tweet77 chessforum (replies)
   Nov-09-08 dalbertz chessforum (replies)
schaaktrainer: 17.Bg5 Bxg5 18.Qxg5 Kf8 19.c3 h4 20.g3?! Qb6! 21.a3 Rc5 22.Qd2 hxg3 23.Rdg1 g6 24.Rxg3 Rch5 * [DIAGRAM] and Black seems fine
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