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   shyamsg has kibitzed 40 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-19-15 Vaganian vs A Planinc, 1975 (replies)
shyamsg: Beaten to it by <TheaN>, nice find on the Kb1 being inferior.
   Oct-18-13 Areshchenko vs E Sukhareva, 2013
shyamsg: Really nice finish. 29. ... Rf8 is needed to stop Nxf7#. Then there are 2 ways to finish black off. 30. Nxf7+ anyway followed by Rd8+ or reverse the move order. The more pleasing 30. Rd8
   Aug-04-13 H van Dongen vs E Wijsman, 2005 (replies)
shyamsg: <Jimfromprovidence> That's really nice - once the h-pawn is lost, so is the game for white. <PB> 78... Re5 may also be ok for black since after 79. Kxf6, he has Rxa5 and black wins by threatening to eat the h-pawn or promote the e pawn.
   Mar-28-13 Grischuk vs Carlsen, 2013 (replies)
shyamsg: <extremepleasure2: What happened to to live video on the official site? Will they not broadcast any live coverage tonight?> Here is the URL:
   Apr-15-11 S M Shyam vs E Berg, 2011 (replies)
shyamsg: I don't understand how the final position is lost for Black? Did Black lose on time?
   Jan-15-11 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Wang Hao, 2011 (replies)
shyamsg: <Eyal> If 33. Rxd3, I think that 33... f6 saves black. I don't see how 33 ... g5 saves black after 34. Nxg5
   Apr-05-09 Wahls vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
shyamsg: <tdnn72> black has 3 choices to save his queen. 1) 29... Qf5 30. Qc4+ Kf6 (30 ... Kd6 31. Nb5#) 31.Rxf7+ and black loses the queen 2) 29... Qc1 30. Qc4+ Kf6/Kf5 31. Qxf7+ Kg5 32. Ne4+ Kh6 33. Rxc1 3) 29... Qa1 30. Qc4+ Kf6/f5 31. Rxf7+ Kg5 32. Ne4+ Kh6 33. dxe5 leaves black a
   Feb-26-09 Anand vs Grischuk, 2009 (replies)
shyamsg: <Ulhumbrus> Does 31. ... Qf5 work for Grischuk in the h7+ line that you gave?
   Feb-26-09 Linares (2009) (replies)
shyamsg: <bhartiy> Qe3+ for Gris...
   Feb-19-09 Hracek vs Kramnik, 2002 (replies)
shyamsg: <GoHabsGo> 24. Nxe5 is met by 24. Rxc2 and white still loses a piece and faces a very strong attack on g2
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