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ASchultz
Member since Dec-28-12 · Last seen Dec-05-19
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   ASchultz has kibitzed 97 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-19-19 W Toikka vs T G Cook, 1987 (replies)
 
ASchultz: @jith1207 ...gxf5 works well enough, since the Bg4 -still- can't be taken. While that gives White chances on the g-file, the threat of ...Bxe2 and ...f4 looks quite good. Black wins another pawn anyway.
 
   Sep-18-19 Vladimir Petrov vs J Rejfir, 1933 (replies)
 
ASchultz: Once I saw the game of the day pun title, I couldn't help myself. I played through the game once. Then played through it again, faster, faster, faster ... (hollow laughing.)
 
   Sep-13-19 Suetin vs Shcherbakov, 1991
 
ASchultz: I figured Nf3+ was a puzzly looking move, but how to follow it up? Surely Black couldn't go fully Spassky vs. Andruet, could he? G Andruet vs Spassky, 1988 Narrator's voice: yes he could! And he did!
 
   Sep-12-19 F Felecan vs F Rhine, 2019 (replies)
 
ASchultz: Whenever I see Downers Grove, I always think of Emo Philips's song "Downtown Downers Grove" and how he loves to shop there.
 
   Sep-08-19 Edinburgh vs London, 1824 (replies)
 
ASchultz: The Irish pawn center was a joke by Tony Miles referring to tripled pawns. This is probably more unusual than tripled pawns. I've gotten this structure in the Scottish game, actually--Nf5 and Bg3 both being recaptured by a pawn.
 
   Aug-06-19 Spielmann vs E Eliskases, 1932 (replies)
 
ASchultz: @Jimfromprovidence Bc4 was my first thought, but I think ...Bf7 holds at least for the moment. Glad to see I wasn't the only person who jumped on Ba6. It certainly works, but I suppose I should have sat on my hands and taken a few seconds to look for something a bit better--but ...
 
   Jun-18-19 G Grasser vs Errol Singh, 2009 (replies)
 
ASchultz: <zb2cr> I thought of Rxf7 and Qg8+ first, and liked it, because it had a forcing check. The two pawns will win quickly, but the loss of material is ruinous after Bxf7. Black doesn't just lose an exchange, as the e7-bishop is utterly undefendable. It takes a bit of time to ...
 
   Jun-05-19 J Bentley vs S Tavares, 2018 (replies)
 
ASchultz: 28 ...Rc1+ scared me but then I noticed Kh2! which leaves the Black queen and rook en prise. Then ...Re1 (Qb8 and Qe5 are both covered) Qxe8+ is good enough.
 
   Jun-04-19 Delarochette vs J Negro, 1983 (replies)
 
ASchultz: ...Nbc2+ Qxc2 Nxc2+ Kb1 Ne3+ Ka1 Nxd1 Rxd1 Qc2 wins everything, moree or less. Why rush to mate when you can get such a material edge?
 
   May-27-19 A Foulds vs B de Cat, 2001 (replies)
 
ASchultz: I thought this was a movie quote I missed until I read the comments. I do hope Ben has a relative named Bill, though. Oop ack!
 
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