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wouldpusher
Member since Jun-30-07
<Me versus NN>

1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 d6 3. d4 Bg4 4. dxe5 dxe5 5. Qxd8+ Kxd8 6. Nxe5 Be6 7. Bg5+ f6 8. Bh4 g5 9. Bg3 fxe5?? 10. Bxe5 1-0


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   wouldpusher has kibitzed 260 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-18-14 Karpov vs V Pronin, 1968
 
wouldpusher: Position after <11. ... ♘e5>: [DIAGRAM] Karpov fires away with <12. ♖xe5!> [DIAGRAM] And now <12. ... dxe5 13. d6 ♗xd6 14. ♗c6+!> shatter's Pronin's position: [DIAGRAM] Perhaps better than the text is 13. ... ♖b8 14. dxe7 ...
 
   Mar-09-14 J Gallagher vs S Conquest, 1988 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: I was thinking 30. ♖e8+ ♔f6 31. fxe5+ ♗xe5 (or ... dxe5) 32. ♖e6+ ♔g7 33. ♕g4+ would have been a different conquest.
 
   Dec-30-13 W So vs M Dziuba, 2013
 
wouldpusher: Wednesday or Thursday puzzle on White's 39th.
 
   Dec-04-13 G Weissgerber vs A Van Nuess, 1933 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: I was thinking of 17. g4, to cover the flight square f5 and threatening mate with either ♕f7 or ♕f5.
 
   Nov-26-13 Huebner vs K Rogoff, 1972 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: The key move here was 3. ♘g1!!, which ensures the draw several moves later.
 
   Jul-20-11 J Killane vs S Godley, 2009 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: <Garech> Just watched your videos on this game, and it's very informative. Thanks :)
 
   Jun-04-11 S Ovsejevitsch vs A Goloshchapov, 1997 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: I think 23. ♖e5 ♖e4 should be followed by 24. ♗a5, with the idea of 24. ... ♕xa5 25. ♕xd5+ ♔g7 26. ♖xe4. However it seems that 23. ... ♗e7 holds the defense. Not very sure with the complications here.
 
   Jun-02-11 A Timofeev vs Svidler, 2008 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: Finding 18. ♗xf6 gxf6 19. ♖xh7+ ♔xh7 20. ♕h3+ ♔g7 is easy, but the trick here is that 21. ♖e3? immediately succumbs to 21. ... ♖h8! 22. ♖g3+ ♔f8 23. ♕xh8+ ♔e7, leaving with only a ♙ up. The key move to this ...
 
   Jan-17-11 Jurez vs Gasloi, 1968 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: The main variation after the 20. ♕g4 line seems to be 20. ... ♗xg4 21. ♖g1 ♗f3+! 22. ♔xh3 ♖xg1 (Δ ♗xf2 followed by ♖h1#) 23. ♗e3 (other defenses hopelessly lose more material) ♖xa1 24. ♗xc5 ♘f5
 
   Nov-19-10 Wan Yunguo vs S Abu Sufian, 2009 (replies)
 
wouldpusher: I seem to have missed the longest variation in the e5 line: 24. e5 dxe5 25. ♕xe5+ ♔f8 26. ♖xd7 ♔e8 27. ♗xe6! ♕xe6 28. ♕xe6+ fxe6 29. ♖a7 ♖xc2+ 30. ♔xc2 ♖c8+ 31. ♔b1 a2+ 32. ♔xa2 ♖c2+ 33. ...
 
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