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A.T PhoneHome
Member since Mar-22-15 · Last seen Aug-30-23
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   A.T PhoneHome has kibitzed 1007 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-06-18 Marshall vs Capablanca, 1909 (replies)
A.T PhoneHome: <offramp: 24...Qd6 allows the jobbernowling 25. Nxf7!!+-> And I allowed myself to look like an idiot yet again. Cheers for the correction.
   Sep-23-17 Spassky vs Lutikov, 1960 (replies)
A.T PhoneHome: I like 29. Rc5, avoiding 29. Bxc7 d4+ with double attack. I guess <29. Bxc7 d4+ 30 *king moves* dxc3 31 Qxc3 Rxc7> and Black has captured the strong bishop and kept his queenside pawn structure intact. In the actual game, <29. Rc5 b6 30. Bxc7 30. bxc5 31. Bxd6> and
   Sep-22-17 World Cup (2017) (replies)
A.T PhoneHome: Pardon me for my change of subject, but... Once this World Cup is over, they may want to revise the Article (8.01) pertaining to tournament dress code, so as to minimize the room for misunderstandings. Then again, do we want to overregulate everything? That wouldn't be a good ...
   Sep-19-17 Kasparov vs Radjabov, 2003 (replies)
A.T PhoneHome: Despite Kasparov's outburst, he made one PAL.
   Sep-18-17 A Sokolov vs Spassky, 1985 (replies)
A.T PhoneHome: 31. Nh6 intends 32. Qxg7 Kxg7 33. Nf5+, winning material.
   Sep-16-17 V Rauzer vs A Kaspersky, 1927
A.T PhoneHome: 21. Nc6 is a nice move. For example: 21... bxc6 22. dxc6 Bxc6 23. Bxc6, winning the exchange. 21... bxc6 22. dxc6 Bc8 23. Bd5+ Kh8 24. Bxf6#. ... Be6 to stop Bd5+ wouldn't be any better as Black cannot take on e6 after Bxe6. ... Bxd5 would simply be answered with Rxe7.
   Sep-13-17 Levenfish vs V Makogonov, 1939
A.T PhoneHome: If 36... Qxa2, 37. Ra1 Qb2 38. Bd4 wins the black queen.
   Sep-12-17 Panov vs M Yudovich Sr., 1937
A.T PhoneHome: Owing to the gung-ho nature of this game, another pun could have been "Yudoka".
   Sep-11-17 V Makogonov vs Ragozin, 1943
A.T PhoneHome: If 38... Qxb4?? 39. Qxf6#. I found 35. f5 interesting. If 35... Bxf5, White could play 36. Qf4, threatening to win one of the aligned bishops. Pretty rook sacrifice by Makogonov as well. 42. Qc1 threatens 43. Bxa1#. So the bishop has to be moved, but in doing so Black allows ...
   Sep-11-17 I Kan vs V Makogonov, 1943
A.T PhoneHome: Nice tactical shot by Makogonov: Kan cannot play 32. Rd1 due to 32... Bb3, winning the white rook with 33... Rd1+. But after 32... Bc4 (threatening 33... Rf1#) Kan has to play the unpleasant Rd1 any way and concede the rook to avoid being checkmated.
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