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   vajeer has kibitzed 113 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-20-19 Alekhine vs Starr, 1924 (replies)
vajeer: Would 12...f6 be better? It's obvious that White plans to play 13.f4 which then can be met with 13...Nf7 threatening white's knight posted on d6
   Oct-06-16 M D Tseitlin vs Karasev, 1982 (replies)
vajeer: How about 29...Bd4 After 30. Rxh8+ Kxh8 31. Qb8+ Kh7 32. Bxd4 cxd4 33. Qxa7 gxh5 White is exchange up. But I was wondering whether 29...Bd4 would be black's best response to 29. Nh5
   Jun-25-16 I Rivise vs A Pomar Salamanca, 1954 (replies)
vajeer: <YouRang:> LOL, for some reason I was hallucinating that 35. Rxg8 is checkmate!
   Jun-20-16 W So vs S Fedorchuk, 2015 (replies)
vajeer: Why not 28...Nf3?
   May-26-16 G Szilagyi vs Robatsch, 1966 (replies)
vajeer: How about 37...Re7 38. Rxe7 Kf8 and black should be able to put up some fight.
   Feb-21-16 Yermolinsky vs P Hummel, 1999 (replies)
vajeer: Many have pointed 28...f6 as possible improvement for Black. I'm just curious what is the refutation for 28...f5. It helps keep the b1-h7 diagonal closed.
   Feb-20-16 Carlsen vs S Sollid, 2001 (replies)
vajeer: I think Black's 17...d5 is premature which allows 18. c4 as pointed out by <acirce>.
   Feb-13-16 Kamsky vs Wolff, 1991 (replies)
vajeer: <Jimfromprovidence:> I just realized 33...Nc5 also loses a piece or an exchange after 34. Nd6+ Ke7 35. Nf5+ Kf7 36. Bc4+ Kg6 (If Ne6 37. Rb6 Rxc4 Nd6+) 37 Rc8 Now if 37...Rxc8 38. Ne7+ Kh6 39 Bf7 and Nf5# is unavoidable. So your 29...Nxc6 is probably the best for ...
   Feb-10-16 W So vs Nakamura, 2015 (replies)
vajeer: Can White save the day with 28. Nxe5
   Jan-30-16 G Andruet vs Spassky, 1988 (replies)
vajeer: I think 25. Ndf1 was a mistake. 25. Nb3 should have kept White in the game.
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