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shatranj7
Member since Oct-08-07 · Last seen Feb-17-14
Chicago; Unrated; Favorite Player is Gata Kamsky

   shatranj7 has kibitzed 58 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-17-14 Rodolfo Cardoso vs Fischer, 1957 (replies)
 
shatranj7: If 40...Kc8, it seems that 41. Rxa5 would be a good follow up.
 
   Feb-17-13 Taimanov vs Petrosian, 1953 (replies)
 
shatranj7: 26. BxR deserves three exclams, considering that if 26...QxQ, then 27.BxB ch. K-R1. 28. BxQP, and now white has deadly passers, and will soon win the exchange of black's rook for bishop. Excuse the descriptive notation, but I'm trying to learn it, so I've been using it lately. ...
 
   Jan-25-13 Igor Ivanov vs J Bonin, 1983 (replies)
 
shatranj7: I saw 22.Rxd7 immediately. I thought that 22...Rxe3 would have been a better continuation for black however, though I did see the continuation black used in the game. I think that this was more of a Tuesday puzzle.
 
   Jan-02-13 M Giles vs Browne, 1988 (replies)
 
shatranj7: Wyatt Gwyon: He just died this week.
 
   Dec-24-12 A R Andersen vs A Gronnestad, 2003 (replies)
 
shatranj7: Anastasia's Mate. Very simple!
 
   Dec-20-12 Karjakin vs Ding Liren, 2012 (replies)
 
shatranj7: Arrogance and pompousness is written all over this game. Karjakin got the surprise of his life!!!!
 
   Dec-10-12 The World vs Akobian, 2012 (replies)
 
shatranj7: I like Ng3, because it improves the position of the knight, brings another piece into the attack, and minimizes black's counterplay chances. I think that f6 unnecessarily gives black the opportunity to utilize his rooks in the defense of the h-file. Failure to think in ...
 
   Dec-08-12 Keres vs L Laurine, 1935 (replies)
 
shatranj7: A better pun would have been "Gone Postal."
 
   Sep-29-12 V Soultanbeieff vs Sultan Khan, 1930 (replies)
 
shatranj7: Also, threatening 29 Qd2 Rxc3. 30 Qxc3 Ne2+
 
   Jun-22-12 T Moriuchi vs S Muhammad, 2006
 
shatranj7: After 32.Qd5, black has other options. For instance, 32...g4 is a a possibility, because after 33. Qg5+, Rg7 and Kh7 are both playable. So Qd5 does save the position, but it is not worthy of an exclam. White just blundered with his rook move.
 
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