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sudoplatov
Member since Aug-16-09 · Last seen Nov-03-17
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   sudoplatov has kibitzed 181 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-03-17 T Wedberg vs M Valvo, 1987 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Seems like White is forced to win. 45. Rb6 is the only move that doesn't lose a piece; this at least wins two Pawns for the Bishop. The next moves are also forced.
 
   Nov-02-17 Steinitz vs Bird, 1866
 
sudoplatov: I would say that 5...Qf6 is primarily at fault. The Burn variation among others relies on ...gf6 (though the Burn variation gains a tempo here.)
 
   Nov-01-17 Ruben Rodriguez vs Uhlmann, 1975
 
sudoplatov: White could have developed the Bishops first then saved two tempi while putting the Knights on d2 and e2.
 
   Nov-01-17 Burn vs G Marco, 1900 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: On the 365chessgames opening database, 5.Bg5 scores(W-D-L) 42.3-28.2-29.4 while 5.Bf4 scores 51.5-27.7-20.8. Thus Bf4 wins about 9% more often with a similar draw percentage.
 
   Oct-30-17 Blackburne vs Zukertort, 1887 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: I think that 10 ... g5 makes Blackburne's 10 Bf4 problematical. Of course that move may have been introduced later than this game.
 
   Oct-29-17 K Harandi vs Balashov, 1979 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: I got it through move 23 then I quit analyzing. However, my system displayed the puzzle from 18.Kb2 so I also found 18...c5 19.h3 Bc8 then 20.h3 is answered by 20...c5.
 
   Oct-28-17 Qi Jingxuan vs Liu Wenzhe, 1987 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: I thought of ...Nd7 but I didn't remember that White's Queen was attacked so I tried ...Bc3 instead. ...Bc3 Rb8 Qg1 Ke2 Qe1 Kd3 Qd2 Kc4 Qd4 Kb3 Rb1 Qb1 Kg7 And I think Black picks up a few Pawns. Probably White kills my idea with g3 or something.
 
   Oct-27-17 Capablanca vs Marshall, 1918 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: <Zanzibar> And this give a hint of the strength of Lasker, Capablanca, Tarrasch, and Alekhine.
 
   Oct-26-17 A Zaibi vs Caruana, 2015
 
sudoplatov: Similar overall strategy in Tarrasch vs Lasker, 1908 The details differ.
 
   Oct-19-17 J Schoepe vs E Bock, 1987 (replies)
 
sudoplatov: Seems easy for a medium problem. White is behind the Exchange and a Pawn and the White Queen in threatened, so only Re1 and Bf7 are candidate moves. After Bf7, Ng5 doesn't work nor does Ne5. After Re1, then Black's d6 Pawn can be taken with Check Bd6 and FSR's line ensues. I ...
 
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