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typhoonsub
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   typhoonsub has kibitzed 24 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-15-17 Kramnik vs Adorjan, 1992
 
typhoonsub: Thanks
 
   Apr-19-17 Vaganian vs Nunn, 1989
 
typhoonsub: 37. ef5??? Qxf5???. 37...Qxd1 0-1
 
   Feb-02-17 Van Wely vs M Atabayev, 2012
 
typhoonsub: Instead of 18.Ng5, White should take advantage of the Black's Kingside weaknesses and their cramped queenside and play 18.Ne5!. After 18...BxN 19.QxN, White's attack is very strong: 19...f4 [not 19...fxe4, 20.Nxe4 Bxd5 21.Nf6+ BxN 22.BxN and Black lose a piece] 20.g3. After ...
 
   Feb-01-17 R Akesson vs A Brzezinski, 2016
 
typhoonsub: Instead of 21.Qf3, white should try 21.bxc5. If 21...fxg then 22.c6!! and Black is against the wall. Ex:22...Bxh3 24.cxb Rb8 25.Bxa6 followed by Qf3 and Ba2
 
   Jan-26-17 Kramnik vs Short, 2000 (replies)
 
typhoonsub: I did not like 19.Bxf7 sacrifice. I don't see why such rush.Black was not forced to take. After this move Short obtained a very powerful counter game. Except for the blunder 31...Nd4?? Black was very close to win. Perhaps playing calmly 19. Rab1 gives White a safety way to obtain
 
   Apr-22-16 Keres vs R Toran Albero, 1968
 
typhoonsub: After 32. Qc6, there's no reasonable defense for Black.
 
   Feb-19-16 Keres vs Szabo, 1955 (replies)
 
typhoonsub: Another nice finish was 25. Qe4 Rh8 26. Bh5! Rh6 27. Be8!! RxB 28.RxR KxR 29.Rh1+ with quick mate. All forced.
 
   Feb-01-16 Keres vs M Shofman, 1962
 
typhoonsub: After Black's 16...c4, I don't see anything wrong with the 'risk free' 17.Be4 Qf7 18.Nd4 Nd3+ 19.Bxd3 cxd3 20.Qxd3 Nc7 21.c4 Ne8 22.Ne6 Qxf5 23.Nxg7 or 17...Nd3+ 18.Bxd3 cxd3 19.Qxd3 Nf6 20.Nf4 Bc8 21.c4 followed by 22.Qxd6 or 22.Bxf6 and Qd5+
 
   Jan-14-16 Keres vs Mecking, 1972
 
typhoonsub: I confess that 24...b5 was overlooked by me. Perhaps White may continue with another pin 25.Qe4 with the immediate threat 26. Bxc4+ bxc4 27.Qxc4+ followed by Qf7. For example: 25.Qe4 Qc8(or Qc7) 26. Qd5+ Kh8 27.Qf7 or 25...Kf7 26. Bxc4+ and mate in two moves. Even 25...f5 can be ...
 
   Jan-13-16 Keres vs Beliavsky, 1973 (replies)
 
typhoonsub: Very strong was 18.Nfd4! taking advantage of the lack of good squares of the black queen. For example: 18...Rab8 (White is threatening Rb1 winning a piece) 19.Rb1 Qd6 (or 19.Qa5 20.f3 Nef6 21.Bf4) 20. Nxg7! Rf8 21.Ngf5 Qf6 22.Qg4+ Kh8 23. Bxe4 Rg8 (23...dxe4 24.Bg5)24.Qf4 dxe4 ...
 
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