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Member since Feb-05-11 · Last seen Jun-23-17
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   stst has kibitzed 1501 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-21-17 World Team Chess Championship (Women) (2017) (replies)
 
stst: In today's Tan v Gunay, the final position looks all White, but a closer look simplifies to K+N v K, and this is quite a dead end leading to stalemate, or, the sole K just wander around. Hence 1/2 each.... What a ??
 
   Jun-19-17 Van der Wiel vs J van Baarle, 1983 (replies)
 
stst: <..16.Rg7+,Qxg7 17.e7+,Nxc4 should try 17.Qe8+ then only Qf8 will save then e7 dis+ etc still win, but slower yes
 
   Jun-16-17 Altibox Norway (2017) (replies)
 
stst: <...the new genius ...become the world champion than AFTER. It requieres a very rare and particular fighting will, which only players like Alekhine and Kasparov may have possessed.> Good comment, showing some Socrates wisdom. Even with Capa's (I'd say) true genius, he succumbed
 
   Jun-16-17 Topalov vs Kasparov, 1994 (replies)
 
stst: One line: 26.Rce7+ Kd8 27.Red7+ Ke8 (if Kc8 Rc7+ takes N) 28.Rfe7+ Kf8 29.Rd8#
 
   Jun-14-17 J Corzo vs M Golmayo De La Torriente, 1896 (replies)
 
stst: Got to break through by R-sac, 22.Re7+ NxR (best) 23.Qxg7+ (the whole point) Ke8 is suicide (QxN#) so Ke6 and is exposed From here, if Nd4+ then the K can wander for long, so another sac could be made, with QxN+ forcing the K to go K-side and contain it, e.g. KxN, Rd5+ etc... K has
 
   Jun-13-17 L Dominguez vs Yusupov, 2006 (replies)
 
stst: Nice but tricky finish... Q-sac but not Monday!! 36.QxB+ hxQ (forced, nothing else helps, even Qg7 got crushed by QxQ#) 37.Rh8+ Kf7 (only sq.====> but watch out right here!!) 38.Ng5# ==> such a nice position just made for this configuration, the K has no more escape sq. IF ...
 
   Jun-12-17 Prince Dadian vs Doubrava, 1896 (replies)
 
stst: An easy smothered Q: 5.Bxf7+ (A)KxB, 6.Ng5+ Ke8/f8, 7.Ne6 and Black's Q smothered. (B)Kf8 denying the sac. B, 6.Be6 Nf6 (venting e6), 7.Ng5...and next Q out to f3 then e5 to press the N.
 
   Jun-12-17 J L Hammer vs M Zumsande, 2016 (replies)
 
stst: The game adopts another kind of rubber band horse attack... but not that pretty.
 
   Jun-10-17 Hort vs Portisch, 1973 (replies)
 
stst: Couple of simpler routes, then a long one. 16.BxN is one main line, then (A).... gxB, 17.Qg4+ Kh8, 18.Qh5 and Black has no good continuation (B).....e5 (to guard g4), 17.Qh5 (i)gxB, 18.Qxh7# 17.....(ii)g6, 18.Qh6 Black no defense. The long line will be subtle: After 16.BxN ...
 
   Jun-07-17 Janowski vs Saemisch, 1925 (replies)
 
stst: Don't see any defense to 20.Qh6 IF (A)........gxQ, 21.Rg3# IF (B)........BxB, 21.Qh7# IF (C)........g6, 21.Qh8# IF (D)........Qxc3+, 21.cxQ and repeat one of (A)-(C)
 
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