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Andrew Chapman
Member since Mar-17-03 · Last seen Nov-24-20
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   Andrew Chapman has kibitzed 453 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-26-20 Dake vs E Tholfsen, 1934
 
Andrew Chapman: Instructive blunder
 
   Jul-31-20 Mohamed Ali Samiro vs Hao Io Lao, 2020 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: Black still in the game after 11..Qf6?
 
   Jul-28-20 W A Ruth vs C L Parmelee, 1937 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 11..Qc8 seemed painfully slow
 
   Jul-27-20 A Zapolskis vs S Maze, 2016 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <If 39 Nf5 Ng4+ then I think that 40 Kg5 draws, e.g. 40 ... Ne3+ 41 Kf4 Nxf5 42 Kxf5 e3 43 Ke4, or 40 ... f2 41 h7 Ne5+ 42 Kf4 Ng6+ 43 Kxe4 Rg1 44 Ne7+ Kc7 (or d7) 45 Nxg6.> Seems that 39.Nf5 would have drawn. Maze somehow let slip his advantage.
 
   Jul-19-20 S Kagan vs E Torre, 1972 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 27.Rc3 seems to give white the adantage
 
   Jul-18-20 Serper vs I Sokolov, 1996 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <The Englishman offers 31.-Qh3! 32.Nxg6+, but 2B for R then. Possibly, too 32.Qxf3 Bxd3>33.Re8 instead of Qxd3
 
   Jul-15-20 P Maghsoodloo vs L Dominguez, 2020
 
Andrew Chapman: 25..Nd3 is worth considering even though it loses the queen to the bishop pin.
 
   Jul-08-20 O Frackowiak vs C Hess, 2000 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: I thought it was Qxc8+ not seeing that black has (after Nxc8, B4+,) Nd6. But then after Rxd6, black can't save his queen, and white wins. Or after Ke8, Bb5+, Bd7, Bxd7+, Kd8 white again wins the black queen with Be6+.
 
   Jun-02-20 L Dominguez vs Caruana, 2020 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: Instructive case of rook + bishop being better than a queen.
 
   May-25-20 Carlsen vs D Dubov, 2020 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <41. Nxc3 leads almost by force to this position.> Ng3 instead?
 
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