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stst
Member since Feb-05-11 · Last seen Aug-16-17
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   stst has kibitzed 1530 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-16-17 DeFirmian vs Huebner, 1995 (replies)
 
stst: 22.Nf8 escapes my view, but same result, dead faster, for 23.RxR+ KxR 24.Qg7# essentially same deal - K is smothered.
 
   Aug-15-17 Saint Louis Rapid & Blitz (Rapid) (2017) (replies)
 
stst: Some of the GTC guys left there to greet Kspv, why not MVL??
 
   Aug-15-17 Oral vs S Brodbeck, 1997 (replies)
 
stst: a Mon puzz 23.Rxh6+ BxR 24.QxN Bg7 25.Rh1# It would be much more difficult if the c5 pawn is not there, so that the Black N is guarded by its Q.
 
   Aug-14-17 K Forster vs Kupchik, 1946 (replies)
 
stst: overdue for me... busy ... though I remember opting for 23.......d3 to continue...despite RxB might be better....
 
   Aug-10-17 Spassky vs J H Donner, 1966 (replies)
 
stst: Spa must have something interesting, and tricky. Direct: 32.Nf6+ easy for Black would be RxN, but then exR forks R and Qxg7# else 32.Nf6+ Kh8 (ugly too) 33.Nh5 almost any 34.Rd8 RxR 35.RxR+ Kh7 36.Nf6+ gxN 37.Qg8# Indirect might be: 32.Qg6 looks in control, Black may
 
   Aug-08-17 Mamedyarov vs Lu Shanglei, 2016 (replies)
 
stst: Q-sac is viable, but N-dance more beautiful!! 24.Ne8 and Black can resign, for if BxQ 25.Nd6+ and it's the Chinese-Style Double-Horse-Spring-Dip, Black K can only go under the horse-shoe.
 
   Aug-07-17 Acs vs A Khruschiov, 1997 (replies)
 
stst: No direct kill, but gain significant gain in material: 40.Rc8+ QxR (forced) 41.Ne7+ forks Q,K ===> Q gone. The rest is trivial.
 
   Aug-06-17 Movsesian vs V Babula, 1996 (replies)
 
stst: One route: 14.e5 (threatens Qxh7#) g6 15.Qh6 f5 16.PxP e.p. Rf7 17.h5 Qf8 18.Qg5 Bxf2 19.exf6 ...
 
   Aug-04-17 Filip vs Petrosian, 1965 (replies)
 
stst: Quick Take: 34........QxP+ 35.KxQ Rh6+ 36.Bh3 NxB forks Q,R 37.Q moves NxR dis+ 38.KxN .... Black in control
 
   Aug-03-17 Biel (2017) (replies)
 
stst: <..Of course not - Judit Polgar had quite a few, and several of them more impressive than this one; most impressive of all is probably Madrid 1994...> When I said to check with history, I meant to be uncertain... therefore check with history. If I knew in advance, I did not need ...
 
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