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   trnbg has kibitzed 53 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-06-19 Nisipeanu vs D Reinderman, 2010 (replies)
trnbg: <AnotherNN> No. After 15. Bg7, Black simply takes the Bishop with the King (15...Kxg7), and after 16. Qh7+ the Black King escapes via f6 and e7.
   Apr-30-19 D Gormally vs Sutovsky, 2005 (replies)
trnbg: <Diademas: After 37.h4 Ne2+ 38.Kh2 Bxf2 39.Bd6 g1=Q+ 40.Rxg1 Nxg1+ Black is up two pawns. Probably enough to win, but not easy for a Tuesday.> Not so easy to win after 41.c5, the c-pawn looks dangerous.
   Apr-11-19 Psakhis vs Zsofia Polgar, 1990 (replies)
trnbg: Simply 32.Qxb7 (instead of 32.Rxf6) should win as well. The threat is 33.Re7+, so Black has to exchange Queens, but after 32...Qxb7 33.Bxb7 Ra7 34.c6 it's over.
   Jan-22-19 J Saksis vs Shirov, 1985 (replies)
trnbg: If 38.Rd1, then Black has 38...Rf1!, and White will end up a piece down, e.g. 39.Rxf1 Bxd4+ 40.Qxd4 Nc2+ and so on.
   Dec-06-18 S Slipak vs T Gibson, 2008 (replies)
trnbg: 32...h5 was Black's decisive mistake. As >cocker< mentioned, 32...Rf8 was better, and 32...d3 should win as well.
   Nov-23-18 Wang Hao vs R Gerber, 2016
trnbg: <saturn2 <trnbg: I went with 21.Bxg6 fxg6 22.Bxf6. Now Black can't take on f6 because of 23.Rd8+!,> Seems to me you are wrong. Black can take on f6 22...exf6 23. Rd8+ Kf7 and is a piece up.> Yes, you are right. I missed 23....Kf7.
   Nov-14-18 D Perrett vs I Efimov, 2008 (replies)
trnbg: <saturn2: < trnbg 29.Rf1 (what else?)> 29 Rc3>> On 29 Rc3 (after 26...Qf3+ 27.Kg1 Re2 28.Nxe2 Qe2), Black wins nicely with 29...Bd1!, cutting off the white queen from the defense.
   Oct-17-18 Saemisch vs Teichmann, 1922 (replies)
trnbg: I don't understand why White hung on so long. He should have resigned much earlier.
   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?
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