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   stst has kibitzed 1165 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-19-17 Tata Steel (2017) (replies)
stst: <might get Anand Carlsen 3.> That would be the last thing most people would watch, I guess. Maybe quite a bunch would welcome that, for sure - at least a whole country will be. The most exciting thing would be a whole new challenger, never seen fighting at the very top before!! ...
   Jan-19-17 Caruana vs Radjabov, 2016 (replies)
stst: A slip of my "pen," for my (C)line, the last bit should read: (Either) KxR or QxR, the Q (Black's Q) will be lost.
   Jan-18-17 Hebden vs R Cantero, 1986 (replies)
stst: Not much time for this, but the Q-harass and K-R fork jumps to the eye instantly, so try: 18.Nd5 ..... (A)...... cxN, 19.exd5 and R pins Q-K. (B)...... Qf8, 19.Nc7 forks K-R (C)...... Qd8, 19.Bg5 then multiple lines, one: (C1)..... Ngf6 20.NxN NxN 21.e5 dxe5 22.Rxe5 Kf8 ...
   Jan-17-17 P Rout vs M Al Sayed, 2016 (replies)
stst: The B@b3 striking the diagonal a2-g8 is deadly: 24.Rxf7+ supported by B: (A) the escape line: 24.. Kg8 (Here, By a disc+ the R can harass the Black Q, but a direct kill is more handy:) 25.Qxg6+ Rg7 (if Kh8, QxR# - same result) 26.QxR(g7)# (B) The interjection line: 24..Rf7 ...
   Jan-17-17 L Machado vs K McDonald, 2016 (replies)
stst: instant 24.Qf6+ gxQ 25.Rf7# (NOT 24.Qxg7+ when RxQ leaves White no mating trick.)
   Jan-12-17 Bilbao Blindfold Chess World Cup (2007)
stst: 1. Blindfold is great, why it's not used for tie-breaks instead of "Aamagedon??" - It's easy, non-drawish, and quick. In my opinion, much better than the controversal draw give Black a win. 2. Would like to see more Blindfold tournesy and matches, esp. for SK, he should be able to ...
   Jan-10-17 W van Lankveld vs Van der Wiel, 2000 (replies)
stst: <leading up to the puzzle were interesting.> Always Good to have an interesting fella delivering such interesting analyses, U really Rang!! Pitty to have little time to go over...
   Jan-09-17 Chandler vs O I Barkan, 1975 (replies)
stst: Monday R-sac! works quick: 25.Rxg6+ hxR 26.h7# Also, 25.Nd8/d6 dis+ by Q will snatch Black's Q, Black is tortured.
   Jan-09-17 H Rossetto vs Rodolfo Cardoso, 1958
stst: It happens time and again that the game was not following the optimal line for BOTH sides. Here, Bd5 is a wishful move. If Black responds by Ne5 to block, does White sac a Q or R to capture this N, while the N@g7 is guarding the P@e6? Following a sub-optimal line and let the reader ...
   Jan-05-17 Uhlmann vs Kholmov, 1960 (replies)
stst: < YetAnotherAmateur: <stst> I'm glad I wasn't the only one looking at 25. ... Nxd3> Yup, we're all kind of amateurs... and as such, esp. when time is tight, tend to have only special angles of view.. This 25,,,, Nxd3 is more subtle move, different in nature than the ...
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