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   AmselChess has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Nov-16-14 Rubinstein vs P S Leonhardt, 1908 (replies)
AmselChess: Black could have won with 24...Re4! to play Qe5 and Re1+ next. Moving the queen to play Rd1 doesn't work 24...Re4 25.Qb1 Bd3 26.Qd1 Qe5. And 25.f4 Qe3+ 26.Rf2 Qe1+ 27.Rf1 Bxf1.
   Nov-08-14 Flohr vs Smyslov, 1951 (replies)
AmselChess: Amazing and flawed. I think 22.Bd3 wins for white. For example: 22.Bd3 Qd6 23.b3 Bxb3 24.Qxb3 Ra3 25.Qb1 Rxd3+ 26.Ke2
   Sep-13-14 Anand vs Ivanchuk, 1997 (replies)
AmselChess: I know this has been said before, but why did Ivanchuk resign in this game? Seirawan says "invasion down the f-file", but Rf2 defends c2 and cannot move. White can protect c2 with his queen but then Qe4 and if the rook moves away there's perpetual. Even with computer help I just ...
   Jul-26-14 Taimanov vs Lisitsin, 1949 (replies)
AmselChess: I don't know, 19.Nxb7 looks better than the move in the game to me.
   Jul-22-14 Rapport vs T Rogers, 2014 (replies)
AmselChess: If you look at Tim Rogers' games he plays 4...Nd7 in the main line Caro-Kann, so he was just trying to reach the sort of position he knows. I fell for the same thing against the Budapest once.
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