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Agferna
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   Agferna has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-14-20 Ljubojevic vs M Gurevich, 1988 (replies)
 
Agferna: Sorry, I meant 38....Qg1+. Cheers
 
   Dec-19-19 E Fernandez Aguado vs D Flores, 2006
 
Agferna: 34 Qe5+! forcing Kc8 35 Re8+ Re8 36 Qe8+ Kc7 37 Qe5+! again Kc8 38 Qf5+ picking up the white rook. Alternate black king moves lead to easy mates. Cheers
 
   Dec-16-19 I Larsen vs Graf-Stevenson, 1939 (replies)
 
Agferna: 24.) ... Qc4 was more effective. Cheers
 
   Oct-21-19 Sznapik vs J Barle, 1981 (replies)
 
Agferna: What a top 10 waste - Sznapik has dozens of wins better than this one!
 
   Oct-10-19 Bagirov vs O Salmensuu, 1994 (replies)
 
Agferna: Blood bath! Maybe they dreaded each other and preferred to get mated than resign?
 
   Sep-04-19 E Cabello Aguilar vs M Cornette, 2015
 
Agferna: Air for the king and Nb3 coming, which white could not bear to watch!
 
   Jul-21-19 Taimanov vs M Cuellar Gacharna, 1973
 
Agferna: Agferna: Actually I got it wrong – so I owe you all a more complete analysis. At move 51 black has two choices to attempt a win 1) go after the g-pawn, 2) go after the h-pawn. Taimanov’s clever 45. h5! move has put these pawns far enough from each other that that black king cannot ...
 
   Jul-01-19 GCT Croatia (2019) (replies)
 
Agferna: Naka missed that after 26.) Ne5 without a good square for the rook he was forced to take. This means surrendering his bishop, lose control of all black squares and condemned to an inferior and hopeless endgame. After Rh4, Rg3+. Kh7 runs into Qb1+, and Kh8 runs into Nd5 threatening ...
 
   Jun-12-19 Younes Foughali vs C Woojin Yoo, 2016 (replies)
 
Agferna: Lousy game. “Game of the Day” should be high quality.
 
   Jan-10-19 M Andres Mendez vs Quinteros, 1995 (replies)
 
Agferna: 22) Rg7+ mates in a couple of moves. Cheers
 
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