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Andrew Chapman
Member since Mar-17-03 · Last seen Dec-03-21
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   Andrew Chapman has kibitzed 472 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-09-21 G Welling vs Kappler, 1983
 
Andrew Chapman: A computer tells me that 23. Nd5 threw away white's advantage. The surprising 23. Rf4 wins.
 
   Aug-06-21 Polugaevsky vs H Pfleger, 1978 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 30.. Bg7 was dangerously attractive.
 
   Aug-05-21 de Riviere vs Morphy, 1863 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <I find it interesting that nobody mentioned that Morphy could force a draw after the bold King walk, 23.Kg4 Qg6 24.Kxf4 Bxd5 25.Bxe8 Qe4+ according to Stockfish.> That's the same as the game continuation, in a different order. The problem comes on move 26, as Calli ...
 
   Aug-03-21 Beliavsky vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 22.fxe4 is apparently good for white - Qh4, h3, Bxh3, gxh3, rf2, gxf2+ etc. Strong constitution required.
 
   Jul-12-21 B Adhiban vs Aronian, 2021 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: I wonder whether white realised, when he played 36. f4, that black can move his knight to e4, since Re3 doesn't win a piece. Why not?
 
   Jul-09-21 G Feher vs V Priehoda, 1995 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: Computer says Rb6 is least bad for Black. But it's around +2.
 
   Jul-04-21 J Polgar vs Anand, 1999 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: < Brenin: Among a number of moves I don't understand here, why not 20 ... Nf6, with the threat of 21 ... Ne4?> 21.Bxe5 and knight is pinned.
 
   Jul-02-21 Vocaturo vs Van Kampen, 2010 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <I wonder why Vocaturo didn't go 21.Bh6> Likewise. ..Rc7. 22.Qg8+ and mate next move.
 
   Jul-01-21 Giri vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2021
 
Andrew Chapman: Highly instructive
 
   Jul-01-21 Ahues vs Sultan Khan, 1930 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 47.Rc1,say, to protect the queen from being skewered Qh1+ 48. Ke2 Qxg2+ 49.Ke1 Qg1+ 50.Ke2 Qf2 mate.
 
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