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wlg
Member since Apr-09-12 · Last seen Jun-02-14
<Washington Guedes (Feb-1996) from Brasil>

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the best chessplayer?
<Mikhail Botvinnik.>

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...I'm learning English, sorry the errors. =]

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   wlg has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-17-13 R Norinkeviciute vs T Johansson, 2005
 
wlg: <34...? Black to play> looks a nice Monday puzzle. 34...Qxb2+ 35 Kxb2 Rd2+ 36 Kb1 bxa2#
 
   May-01-13 Botvinnik vs V Silich, 1929
 
wlg: In his book, Botvinnik commented: "Best of all here is probably 4 ..., P-Q4 to sharpen the struggle. In Black's text continuation White gets a very strong centre."
 
   Apr-28-13 A Poliak vs Botvinnik, 1929
 
wlg: <21 Nxh7, Qd5> "Evidently White had not foreseen the Black Queen's interesting manoeuvre. He was reckoning only on 21 ...,Qxd4+."
 
   Apr-28-13 Ilyin-Zhenevsky vs Botvinnik, 1927
 
wlg: Botvinnik said about 37 ...,Qxf3+: <"I had the impression that in the text continuation the White King must remain on h1! Victory would have followed quickly after 37 ...,Rxh2+; 38 Rxh2, Qxf3+; 39 Rhg2, cxd6; 40 Kh2, Qh5+; 41 Kg3, g5!">
 
   Apr-27-13 Botvinnik vs Ragozin, 1927 (replies)
 
wlg: In his annotations, one of the last [quick] comments in this game, Botvinnik wrote after 24. ...Qd6: <Desperation!>
 
   Feb-02-13 Caruana vs Landa, 2010 (replies)
 
wlg: Nice game and ending from Caruana If 25...gxf5 26.Rxe7+ Kh8 (if 26...Kf8 27.Rf7+ Kg8 28.Rf5+ and Rxh5#) 27.Rxe8+ Kh7 28.Bg8+ Kh8 (if 28...Kh6 29.Re6+) 29.Bf7+ Kh7 30.Bg6+ Kh6 31.Rh8#
 
   Feb-01-13 S Dhar vs Tiviakov, 2007 (replies)
 
wlg: Great game! 23.Bg2 b5! and black wins a knight...
 
   Feb-01-13 Y Melnikova vs Lorne Yee, 2005
 
wlg: Good play and nice ending! 30.Nd3 Qxb2+! 31.Nxb2 Rc1#
 
   Jan-25-13 A Kovacevic vs P Radibratovic, 2001
 
wlg: 32...f6!? looks better 23...hxg6 or 23...fxg6. How to know what's the better when you are playing? I usually double pawns to do a open column for the R's attack. I'm correct in do this?
 
   Jan-25-13 D Sumaneev vs V Nedela, 2001
 
wlg: I think 22...Qc7 or 22...f6 would be better. 22...Nxf4?! gives positional advantage for white. 24...O-O-O?! and 24...Rhf8?! are questionable. 29...Rxd3?? gives up a rook for white, because of 30.Qxe8+. But, I liked how white developed the opening to get control in the middle ...
 
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