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kenilworthian
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   kenilworthian has kibitzed 69 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-14-19 I Nepomniachtchi vs D Khismatullin, 2018
 
kenilworthian: That 53.h4!! is a stunner. But there are still some tricks: If 53...gxh4+ then 54.Kxh4 Kd6 55.Kxh5 Ke7 56.Kg6!! Ke6 57.f4 Ke7 58.f5 Kf8 59.Kf6 +- Or if 53...g4 then 54.Kf4 Kd6 55.Kg5 Ke5 56.Kxh5 Kf4 57.Kg6!! Kf3 58.Kg5!! +-
 
   Apr-13-19 M Czerniak vs J Lynch, 1944
 
kenilworthian: I also think Black resigned prematurely (maybe he lost on time? Or maybe it is recorded wrong?) It looks like a draw after 56...Kf5 and even if White picks up the b-pawn I don't see how he wins with Black picking up material on the kingside.
 
   Feb-17-19 Byvshev vs Boleslavsky, 1956
 
kenilworthian: 31...Rxh5 regains the pawn with equal chances, as would later 36...Bxf3 according to Soltis.
 
   Feb-10-19 Marshall vs Duras, 1907
 
kenilworthian: Notes from the tournament book here: https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/pt...
 
   Jan-17-19 Kasparov vs Psakhis, 1990
 
kenilworthian: 18...Bxd5 19.Bb5! Rc7 (19...Rd6 20.Bxf6 gxf6 21.Ne4!) 20.Nxd5 exd5 21.Bxf6 gxf6 22.Qb3 Ne7 23.Rd4 and pressure on the d-pawn keeps Black's pieces tied up so that White can eventually bring his forces over to the kingside for a decisive attack there.
 
   Jan-09-19 N Miezis vs C O'Donnell, 2017
 
kenilworthian: 16.d5?! (disrupting the Queen's protection of the Knight at a5) seems like a mistake on White's part, which Black did exploit: best is 16...Qxd5! and if 17.Rad1 Qe5! (only move) and the Knight at a5 stays protected. Meanwhile, the Queen rapidly runs out of squares on the a5-h5
 
   Jan-05-19 A Shimanov vs I Rausis, 2010
 
kenilworthian: Axel Smith's "e3 Poison" and Alexei Kornev's "A Practical White Repertoire with 1.d4 and 2.c4" (which Smith follows) suggest 12.Bxh6! gxh6 13.Qg6+ Kh8 14.Qxh6+ Nh7 15.Ne4 Be7 16.Ne5 with full compensation. It is interesting that, in the present game, Shimanov also gets in a ...
 
   Dec-26-18 K Darga vs O'Kelly, 1957
 
kenilworthian: If 20....Bxd5!? 21.Qd4 Kg8 22.Ne4! Qd8 23.Rxd5! exd5 24.Nf6+ Kh8 25.Re3! Rc8 26.g4!! e.g.: 26...Rc4 27.Rh3 h5 28.Qe5 wins -- Baburin.
 
   Dec-26-18 T Hillarp Persson vs J Kleinert, 2000
 
kenilworthian: If 17...Kg8 18.Bxd5+ Kh8 19.Be4 h6 (19...g6 20.Bxg6 +- or 19...Kg8 20.Bxh7+! Kf8 21.Bg6 etc.) 20.Qg6 Kg8 21.Qh7+ Kf7 22.Bg6+ Kf6 23.Re3 with a winning attack.
 
   Nov-11-18 K Volke vs N Guliyev, 2008
 
kenilworthian: Avrukh suggests 13.Bf4!? Nd5 14.Bg3 giving one possible line as 14...Qd7 15.Qc2 h6 16.Rad1 Nxc3 17.bxc3 Bxa3? 18.d5! Bxd5 19.Bc4 +-
 

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