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Andrew Chapman
Member since Mar-17-03 · Last seen Nov-21-22
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   Andrew Chapman has kibitzed 490 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-21-22 Erigaisi vs R Praggnanandhaa, 2022 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: 17.. Qa4 is a strange blunder. White is still only +1 if Qf5. Why depart voluntarily into Siberia?
 
   Nov-18-22 R Praggnanandhaa vs So, 2022
 
Andrew Chapman: According to the engine, this was equal until white's 32. Ne2 after which it was -4. Nxd5 was correct apparently - which is understandable.
 
   Nov-18-22 Carlsen vs Mamedyarov, 2022
 
Andrew Chapman: What happened here? Qe5 looks obviously suicidal.
 
   Nov-11-22 T F Lawrence vs A W Fox, 1911 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: At move 15 I was thinking that if it was me, I would probably play Qg3 and get the queens off the board. That open g file looked menacing.
 
   Nov-08-22 Ganguly vs Y Yu, 2022 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: Did Ganguly miss something with his 19th move - perhaps that the pawn on d4 would be pinned?
 
   Jul-15-22 Giri vs Duda, 2022
 
Andrew Chapman: Stockfish gives 34. Qh1 with +2.2. One point seems to be to get to c1!
 
   Jun-08-22 Wang Hao vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2022 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: Queen in Siberia, I think Daniel King might possibly say.
 
   Jun-05-22 Giri vs So, 2022
 
Andrew Chapman: Looks like this was a draw - which counts as a win for black, according to the rules?
 
   May-25-22 Vasiukov vs Kholmov, 1964 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <i had 25. Bxg7 Bxg7, 26. Qh5 Qh6, 27. Nf6+ Qxf6, 28. Qxh7#> 27..Kh8 I think.
 
   Apr-28-22 J Magem Badals vs J Oms Pallisse, 2010 (replies)
 
Andrew Chapman: <I couldn't find a response to 19...Qe7. After 20.Nf6+ Kh8, 21. Qe4 gxf6, 22. Qh5, Black simply plays 22... e5. Stockfish suggests first 21.Be5, a brilliant move which solves the problem. Now if Ra8, then Qe4 gxf6, 22. Qh5, and Black loses the queen.> In case anyone ...
 
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