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zb2cr
Member since May-04-04 · Last seen Nov-21-17
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   zb2cr has kibitzed 2517 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-21-17 M Muresan vs M Porubszky-Angyalosine, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 28. Rxb4 takes advantage of the overworked Black Queen.
 
   Nov-20-17 S Smagin vs J Banas, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: White wins a Rook with 31. Qxf8+, Kxf8; 32. Ne6+ forking the Black Queen and re-gaining the sacrificed Queen.
 
   Nov-13-17 Portisch vs M Damjanovic, 1968 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 40. Rxg8+ begins a sequence which causes the loose Black Queen on a8 to be lost. Either Black's King steps aside at once (40. ...Kf7; 41. Rxa8) or he is forced to do so (40. ... Kxg8; 41. Qh8+, Kf7; 42. Qxa8).
 
   Nov-06-17 E Sosnowska vs A Brustman, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: A mate in 2 following a Rook sacrifice. Must be Monday. 26. ... Rf1+; 27. Rxf1, Rxf1#.
 
   Oct-31-17 Tan Zhongyi vs Huang Qian, 2016 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Went with 31. Re8, which is slower than the game solution. (see helpful notes by <gofer> and <patzer2>).
 
   Oct-30-17 R Zysk vs A Huss, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 31. ... Rxf5+; 32. Ke3 (32. exf5, Qf3#), Rxe4+; 33. Kd3, Rf3+; 34. Kd2, Rf2+ wins the White Queen.
 
   Oct-10-17 H Rolletschek vs G Lither, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: 28. Rxd7, Qxd7; 29. Qe5. White is threatening mate and the Black Rook as well. An added bonus is that the White Bishop on f3 prevents a check on d1, So Black has to submit to loss of his Rook, leaving White a piece up.
 
   Oct-09-17 L Dek vs Bacrot, 2017 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Mat in three, after 27. ... Qxh2+; 28. Kxh2, Rh6+; 29. Qh4, Rxh4#.
 
   Oct-03-17 Short vs Ljubojevic, 1987 (replies)
 
zb2cr: All that there is, is the gain of 2 Pawns with 28. ... Qxg2+; 29. Kxg2, Bc6+; 30. Kf1, Rxb4; 31. Bg3, Bd5.
 
   Oct-02-17 Jiner Zhu vs Fanghui Sun, 2017 (replies)
 
zb2cr: Mate in 4, all forced. 29. Rxh7+, Kxh7; 30. Qg6+, Kh8; 31. Qh5+, Qh6; 32. Qxh6#.
 
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