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swiss.pawn
Member since Feb-24-05 · Last seen Oct-06-17
I live in Switzerland at Montreux. I am an amateur player with about 1650 ELO rating.

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   swiss.pawn has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Aug-05-17 D Fitzsimons vs Aditya Munshi, 2017
 
swiss.pawn: The last move by white is a blunder. Black takes the bishop by 46 ...Nxf5. Why was the game over at this moment?
 
   Apr-13-09 B Brinck-Claussen vs A Zakharov, 2008 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: If 22.Qxd3? Nf4+ wins the white queen plus the knight on c3.
 
   Dec-11-07 L B Hansen vs Timman, 1994 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: I found the same as Dzechiel: 32.Re8+ Rxe8 33.Qd6+ Re7 34.Qd8+ (or Qb8+) Re8 35.Qxe8 mate
 
   Jul-27-07 Biel Chess Festival (2007) (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: <Octavia: why does cg not wanta broadcast a game on thursday?> Yesterday players were resting. They will rest again after 6 rounds.
 
   Jul-17-07 Fischer vs Fine, 1963 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: MostlyAverageJoe Is really far better than I am in analysing this. My solution was without the help of a computer. I did not consider the early move of Nd7 to Nf8 or Nb6. This seems logical so as it helps black to defend Be7 and to keep control of e6.
 
   Mar-15-07 Piket vs Kramnik, 1999 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: I found up to 33.Qd6 Qg6, but then failed to see Qd8. Instead I played 34.Ne7, which leads to interesting complications as it gives black a short counter attack, but would still win: ... Qb1+ 35.Kg2 Qc2+ 36.Kh3, now either .. h5 37.Qd8+ Kh7 38.Qg8+ Kh6 39. Qf8+ Kh7 40. Qxf7+ ...
 
   Feb-08-07 Y Shulman vs I Schneider, 2006 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: Sorry, I meant Rxe7 not Txe7. In French we use the word "Tower" (tour) for the rock.
 
   Feb-01-07 Panno vs H Bravo Sedamanos, 1975 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: I saw 28. .. Qe2 and the impossibility for white to take the queen. But then I thought about the response 29. Nf6+! How does it continue? I thought Rxf6 30.exf6 Rxf6 31.Rdxe2 and white wins. Alternatively 29 ... Kh1 30.Rdxe2 still better for white. Thus, I thought black should ...
 
   Sep-26-06 M Galyas vs J Boguszlavszkij, 2001 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: I looked at it for almost 10 min until I saw the solution of the pawn that cannot be stopped. Very instructive for a beginner like me.
 
   Sep-22-06 Levenfish vs Tartakower, 1911 (replies)
 
swiss.pawn: After 13.Nb6 black responds with Bg4 and white wins "only" a tower for the knight. Or am I wrong?
 
   Mar-11-06 F Vallejo Pons vs Topalov, 2006 (replies)
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