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   stst has kibitzed 1838 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-23-18 N Arora vs B Samhouri, 2008 (replies)
stst: choices to sac, of course sac the lower piece, As many would hymn: G Save the Q!! Also of course, for ELEGANCE - that's important, and what chess is for!!
   Aug-09-18 V Laznicka vs Movsesian, 2007 (replies)
stst: In memory of the co-founder...repeated pod: 32.Qh8 BxQ 33.RxB#
   Aug-04-18 A A Marguerite vs M Siban, 2008 (replies)
stst: There're tons of new games, CG doesn't need t recycle old games. Just pick any game in tourneys within a month.... Biel, Danzhou, Dortmund, you name it.... Unless really no human is managing, and robots know nothing new!?
   Aug-03-18 M Efroimski vs T Munkhchuluun, 2008 (replies)
stst: Similar repeat as days ago... Difficult becomes easy... 41....... RaxB+ 42.RxR Rg1+ 43.K any legal, RxR and Black got more pawns
   Aug-02-18 S Petrenko vs Chiburdanidze, 2008 (replies)
stst: <..webmaster passed away ..> No wonder... Long Live the (Web)Master... Web or not, let the Master stay... for ever!!
   Jul-31-18 Averbakh vs Kotov, 1953 (replies)
stst: <it is getting boring> Very true!! Black kind of intentionally allowed the game to prolong...may be he liked to see his opponent going thru pain...
   Jul-30-18 S Volkov vs D Anikonov, 2016 (replies)
stst: If 115. Nf7/b7, then all three white pieces are on light squares, the Bishop could do nothing. If then Bd8 to block the promotion, NxB, else B=Any, 116. d8=Q, and if BxQ, NxB and White prevails. OR, 115.Ke7.... similar reasoning
   Jul-30-18 Biel (2018) (replies)
stst: Organizers have absolute right to invite and schedule, but right out from start, two of this pack seem two notches below. The result simply show that, and the tourney becomes somewhat lack of the expected intensity.
   Jul-24-18 M Tomczak vs B Esen, 2017 (replies)
stst: Tomcat can go: Nf6+ forking Q, if K moves, Q gone, else Qd5+ and fish the R, rest should be trivial...
   Jul-23-18 Bronstein vs Keene, 1975 (replies)
stst: White is a pawn down, to open up and break in, the f6 pawn is target. Noted also the virtual pin of the Black Q-B and White B, after the N darts out.... so try this line: 23.BxP NxB 24.QxN Rf7 25.QxR+ (Q-sac to gain control) KxQ 26.Ng5+ .... Then variations ... (A)Kg7 ...
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