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Resignation Trap
Member since Oct-25-03 · Last seen Aug-02-17
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   Resignation Trap has kibitzed 3496 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-02-17 R Hartoch vs Lutikov, 1965
Resignation Trap: Hartoch should have played on one more move: 47. Rf1 Be1, producing this position: [DIAGRAM]
   Aug-02-17 Van der Wiel vs Balashov, 1980 (replies)
Resignation Trap: Balashov begins a long combination involving a rook sacrifice with 15...Nxc5!? Is it sound?
   May-22-17 Viktor Kupreichik (replies)
Resignation Trap: Sorry to report this, but veteran GM Viktor Kupreichik passed away earlier today at age 68:
   Apr-05-17 Arthur Bisguier (replies)
Resignation Trap: It is with heavy heart that I am reporting on the death of Arthur Bisguier today at the age of 87.
   Mar-01-17 Georgy Isaevich Shakh-Zade
Resignation Trap: The only photo I can find of Shakh-Zade (on left):
   Jan-11-17 Romanishin vs E Lobron, 1985
Resignation Trap: Instead of 37...Qxc1+??, Black should play 37...Qh2# :)
   Sep-27-16 Timman vs Salov, 1988
Resignation Trap: Salov's Rook came "into play" with 12...Rf6 and 17...Rh6. But the Rook really didn't do anything there, and he lost the game because it couldn't return to the scene of action.
   Sep-19-16 Jorge Alberto Rubinetti (replies)
Resignation Trap: I just learned of the news of Rubinetti's death today of lung failure.
   Sep-16-16 C Jaffe vs Duras, 1913
Resignation Trap: Position after 19...Nc4: [DIAGRAM] White should try 20. Nb3! and if 20...Nxa3, 21. f4! with a strong attack. Jaffe's 20. Nxc4? dxc4! gives Black a strong passed Pawn, opens a great diagonal for Black's Bishop, and leaves his own d-Pawn vulnerable to attack. Position ...
   Sep-04-16 Mamedyarov vs R Makoto, 2016
Resignation Trap: Black missed several chances to improve his position. Here's the first critical position after 37. Qb1: [DIAGRAM] Here, 37...Bb5 is good, and Black is at least equal. A few moves later, after 38.Rxa6: [DIAGRAM] Black has 38...b3! 39. Bxb3 Bb5, which should hold due to ...
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