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yureesystem
Member since Nov-01-13 · Last seen Dec-14-18
I am an USCF expert 2110 rating and started chess at 12 years and still love chess.
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   yureesystem has kibitzed 119 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-12-18 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1981
 
yureesystem: A horrible blunder by Korchnoi,34..f6?? 35.Rxa7 Qxa7 36.Qxe6+ Kf8 37.Qxc8 wins, at best Korchnoi lose an important a-pawn and the game.
 
   Apr-23-18 Blackburne vs K Pitschel, 1873 (replies)
 
yureesystem: Strange game, Blackbunre was winning and he played very bad and lost. Maybe too much whiskey.
 
   Mar-28-18 Anderssen vs Harrwitz, 1848 (replies)
 
yureesystem: I am surprise master of attack Anderssen didn't see 14.f3! ( instead of 14.f4?) 14...exf3 15.Nxf3 Qb6+ 16.Kh1 h6 17.Nh4+ kh7 18.Nxf5 wins a piece and still has a dangerous attack. 14.f3 opens the f-file and black lose if capture on f3-pawn, 14.f4 doesn't open the f-file. Noticed
 
   Jan-08-18 Morphy vs A Morphy, 1848 (replies)
 
yureesystem: Morphy's dad wasn't very good. Final position Morphy wins the queen or mates. :) 18...Qd8 19.Re8 + double check and mate. 18...Qf7 19.Re7 Qxc4 3.Qxc4+ wins the queen.
 
   Dec-21-17 Bondarevsky vs M David, 1938
 
yureesystem: What a crush! The king's Indian defense wins again! :)
 
   Nov-30-17 Harrwitz - Williams (1846)
 
yureesystem: The games are a big disappointment, too many blunders but good for the average amateurs to study. The opening is played so poorly but the first game seem to be the best for advance player to learn something.
 
   Nov-30-17 E Williams vs Harrwitz, 1846 (replies)
 
yureesystem: WoW! Back in the 1846 they didn't play so well.On the final position instead of a draw white wins by 53.Re8! Rb1 threats mate on h1 but the power on a check destroy this delusion. 54.b8=Q+ Rxb8 55.Rxb8 and white is up a rook and this should be a win even among amateurs. :)
 
   Nov-30-17 E Williams vs Harrwitz, 1846
 
yureesystem: white did not play the opening correct,9.Qd3 is a poor move and it doesn't put the question to ...Bg4 which is a poor move; much better is 9.h3 Bh5 10.g4 Bg6 11.Ne5 and white has a solid advantage.
 
   Nov-14-17 L Schandorff vs T Willemze, 2016 (replies)
 
yureesystem: IM Willemze was asleep at the board, not seeing 24.d5! shouldn't be too difficult for a IM to see this very dangerous move 24.d5! coming, we can excuse a CM failing to see it. After 25.Nxd5 Bd8?? this move is a blunder and lose a piece, much better is 25...Qxd5 26.Qxd5 Nxd5 ...
 
   Sep-12-17 I Zdanovs vs Tal, 1955 (replies)
 
yureesystem: Brilliantly play by GM Tal, final position white lose the exchange or a piece by force. 29.Rd4 [ 29.Rxh5 Nd3! 30.Rh4 threating mate on h8 30..Nxe1+ 31.Kf1 Kf8! otherwise lose a rook on e8 32.Rh8+ Ke7 33.Rxe8+ Kxe8 wins for black.] 29... Nd3! this move win material. 30.Rxd3 (a) ...
 
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