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Agferna
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   Agferna has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-13-21 Nimzowitsch vs Tarrasch, 1914
 
Agferna: I am sure Tarrash perfectly saw 28...Qg3+, Qf2+ and Qe2#. With 28... f4+ he just wanted to rub it in, forcing the long white king walk ending in mate, while white was left with a frustrated mate threat. Cheers
 
   Jan-10-21 Hoang Thi Bao Tram vs Tingjie Lei, 2020
 
Agferna: 37. Ke2!
 
   Jan-05-21 Harikrishna vs A Korobov, 2008
 
Agferna: Blind spot on c1 causing Qxf1?? Qxc2 is the natural move with an even game. Instead black counted on Kxf1 and after Nxd5 the neither black knight can be taken. In that line white would have a queen for rook and knight but the black pieces are highly coordinated, have pawn support ...
 
   Dec-08-20 L Dominguez vs R Hungaski, 2002
 
Agferna: 28. Kb1 is natural and keeps the advantage for white. 28. Kd1?? is a surprising mistake stepping right into the sharp jaws of the black queen and knight. Loses immediately to Qe2+, Kc1, Qf1+, Rd1 (after Kd2 black mates with Qe2+, Kc1, Qe1+, Rd1 and Ne2+) Ne2+, Kd2 and Rd8+. A full ...
 
   Dec-07-20 Le Thao Nguyen Pham vs B Yildiz, 2008 (replies)
 
Agferna: Lame rapid game dissolving into time trouble. A disservice to Pham as her top second notable game, when I am sure she has many truly good games. And a disservice to users wasting our time expecting notable games should be good. No chess game is perfect, however I propose that ...
 
   Nov-27-20 Nepomniachtchi vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
 
Agferna: Mouse!
 
   Nov-20-20 H Malm Lindberg vs A S Rasmussen, 2009
 
Agferna: Bizarre ending. Black smashes White mating in few with 37...Rd8+, an easy move; instead repeats more than once compromising the win. White in a hopeless position, except for a repetition draw, twice fails to claim the repetition. Cheers
 
   Nov-20-20 A S Rasmussen vs D Hamelink, 2007
 
Agferna: 37. Qf8+ would have been a spectacular finish. Cheers
 
   Aug-09-20 Boris Spassky (replies)
 
Agferna: Hey botvinnik64, Spassky is not a loser or a tragic figure. He is a winner, and not only at chess, but at LIFE, which is much more difficult. Look at the picture above. Is that the smile of a loser? That is the smile of a winner, and not just a winner, the smile of a genius with ...
 
   Jun-28-20 D Levy vs H Camara, 1970
 
Agferna: Whiteshark don't feel so upset, such story is very common in the old adjournment system. I had something similar but a bit worse. Totally won endgame up 5 scattered pawns for a bishop. Opponent adjourns. His sealed move - if I don't make it next day I forfeit. Had a 200 Km business ...
 
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