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   schachfuchs has kibitzed 176 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-07-19 M Antipov vs Y Schwartz, 2018 (replies)
schachfuchs: <So where did Black go wrong? Black's losing move was 15...Nxe4?, allowing 16. Nxe6! +-. Instead, 15...b4! 16. Bxf6 gxf6 17. Nxb4 Bh6 -+ (-2.12) gives Black a strong, near winning advantage.> This leads to the question: where did White go wrong? ;-) I wonder what was the ...
   Jul-25-19 Anand vs Gelfand, 1996 (replies)
schachfuchs: <King.Arthur.Brazil After 25.h4 ♔h7 (it seems forced)> 26.Qf3 seems to be the most annoying.
   Jul-20-19 Timman vs Cherniaev, 2008 (replies)
schachfuchs: Aha, I didn't look at patzer's line 27.Qxd7+ Kg8 28.Be7, just posted before. This puzzle solution is maybe even insane Sunday stuff!
   Jul-09-19 M Rivas Pastor vs Huebner, 1985 (replies)
schachfuchs: <stacase: Today's Tuesday puzzle is easier than yesterday's Monday puzzle.> Yep. I calculated all the different possibilities till mate. What I don't understand is White's 38.Ra1 and 39.Qg7. Why not, at least, 38...Qxd4 39.Rxa7+ ?
   Jul-07-19 Kholmov vs Bronstein, 1965 (replies)
schachfuchs: <@al wazir: Why did black play 19...Bg5+ ? What's wrong with 19...Bxe5 ?> The game line 19...Bg5+ 20.Rxg5 f6 21.exd6 Qf7 22.Rg3 bxg3 23.Bg2 cxb2+ 24.Kb1 +-(7.6) is only SF10's 4th choice. #3:+-(5.8): 19...Rg8 #2:+-(2.5): 19...Bxe5 20.f6 Bxf6 21.Bd3 Bg5+ 22.Rxg5 f6 23.Rg3
   Jun-17-19 A Hugaert vs B Gundavaa, 2009 (replies)
schachfuchs: The uncommon point of this puzzle is that the white rook - covering f2 - is pinned by the black rook after "our" initial (monday) queen sac!
   May-22-19 L Bachmann vs Fiechtl, 1887 (replies)
schachfuchs: I only (too quickly) picked 13.Qh5 Qxe7 14.Nxe7 Kxe7 15.Bh6 +3.3, but missed the nice R-B-N mate.
   May-21-19 Kasparov vs Csom, 1980 (replies)
schachfuchs: <Fusilli> <keypusher>: It hardly matters, but after 29....Kxh7 30.Qh5+ Nh6, 31.g8=Q+ 31...Rxg8+ is check...
   May-16-19 M Herbold vs I Gourlay, 2005
schachfuchs: The best what the engine has to offer after 24...fxg6 25.Rxe6 is 25...Bxg2+ 26.Qxg2 Rxe6 27.Nxe6 Rd7 28.Qxb2 Qb7+ 29.Kg1 +- +6.4
   May-14-19 Aarland vs Shirov, 1991
schachfuchs: After 25...Ng4 Black's position is already lost. The least bad continuation is 26.Rf1 Nf2+ 27.Rxf2 gxf2 28.Qe2 -+ -5.8 26.hxg4 Qf4 27.Bh3 (Qe2 or anything else 27...Qh6+; 27.Rxc5 Qxg4 28.Bf1 Bxc5 -+ -9.7) Qf3+ 28.Qg2 Qxd1+ -+ -8.7 is worse.
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