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trnbg
Member since Apr-23-11 · Last seen Sep-05-18
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   trnbg has kibitzed 43 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-08-18 W So vs V Durarbayli, 2015 (replies)
 
trnbg: <saturn2: I went for 19 Nd5 a 19..hxg5 20. Nxb6 Qd8 21. Qxe6#> But Black can play 20...Qe8 (instead of Qd8). Then White may continue 21. Nx8, after ...Qxc8, he can play 22. Rae1, and Black can no longer defend the pawn on e6. But in my view this is very unclear.
 
   Jul-28-18 B Adhiban vs D Andreikin, 2017 (replies)
 
trnbg: Why not 21.Nxf5 (instead of Rxf5) Nxf5 22.Rxf5 Bxf5 23.Rxf5 Qd4+ 24.Rf2 ? So White also gets two minor pieces for a rook, right?
 
   Feb-16-18 D Yuffa vs Bologan, 2015 (replies)
 
trnbg: way too easy for Friday.
 
   Feb-02-18 Larsen vs Najdorf, 1968 (replies)
 
trnbg: Were the last moves of the game really made on the board? Then I wonder why Larsen didn't resign after 37...Rxh3, at the latest. Perhaps he was in extreme zeitnot.
 
   Jan-24-18 Vogt vs G Kuzmin, 1971 (replies)
 
trnbg: <Pasker: After 1...Rxe4! 32.dxe4 Rxc5! 33.Rxc5 and now Qa7 or Qxe4 both wins material. Qxe4 threatens Qe8 mate and Qe3 + forking the rook. There is no defense.> This is not correct. After Qxe4 White can defend with 34.Qf3. Then Black has nothing better than perpetual check ...
 
   Jan-12-18 C Van Buskirk vs D B Gurevich, 1987 (replies)
 
trnbg: why not simply 29...Nxe3? The endgame after 30.Qxe3 dxe5 31.fxe5 Qxe5+ 32.QxQ dxe5 should be an easy win for Black.
 
   Aug-25-17 D Zagorskis vs C Gabriel, 1997 (replies)
 
trnbg: I considered 35.-Nf5, which seems to work well after 36.Qxg3 Nxg3+ 37.Kg1 Rh6 38.Kf2 Rh1, and White can hardly prevent mate on f1. However, after 36.exf5 Rh6+ 37.Kg1 Qh2+ 38.Kf1 Qh1+ 39.Qg1, it's over...
 
   Mar-18-16 Caruana vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
trnbg: I went with 36... Ne3, which should win at least the exchange, e.g. 37.Rxb7 Nxc2 38.Rxb6 axb6; or 37.Rxe3 Qxc7!, and White can't take on c7 because of the backrange mate threat. Or am I wrong?
 
   Aug-12-15 S Agdestein vs Karjakin, 2014 (replies)
 
trnbg: I agree with >BxChess<: 26...Ne5! 27.Qh3 Qd8!, which is clearly winning. By the way, isn't Qd8 a very elegant move, definitely more elegant than 27... Nd3 or 27... Nf3?
 
   Jul-13-15 Carlsen vs Gelfand, 2011 (replies)
 
trnbg: I don't get the pun...
 
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