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AnotherNN
Member since Oct-06-07 · Last seen Nov-23-21
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   AnotherNN has kibitzed 63 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-01-21 Edward Song vs Joshua Colas, 2018
 
AnotherNN: Seems to me 21.Bxf5 was possible, no? Black can't take B with either the pawn or rook.
 
   Jan-21-21 Van Wely vs Karpov, 1996
 
AnotherNN: After 32...fxg5, White plays 33.pxe5+ and life becomes very difficult for Black. If 33... Kg8, then 34.pxd6 Qe8 (must guard f7) 35.pe5 and Black can't resist for long. If 33...Ke8, then 34.pxd6 Qxd6 35.Qf7+ followed by 36.Rf6 is difficult to defend.
 
   Jan-18-20 So vs Mamedyarov, 2019
 
AnotherNN: At move 47 White could have played RxB. Then if 47 ... PxR, then 48.Q-e4+ QxQ 49.NxQ. Much better than the actual continuation, no?
 
   Nov-24-15 Y N Sakharov vs R Nezhmetdinov, 1957 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: I agree with others who said that after 31.h5+ Kxh5, the stronger move is 32.Rg7 since Black cannot stop immediate mate from White with either 33.Rf5++ or 33.g4++. If Black tries 32.Nd3, then White plays 33.Rf5+ followed by 34.g4++.
 
   Sep-21-15 B Khotenashvili vs N Dzagnidze, 2014
 
AnotherNN: For Black I had 37...Nxf2 and if 38.KxN, then 38...Rf5+.
 
   Dec-24-14 Smyslov vs Botvinnik, 1958 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: Seems to me the final position doesn't look like an easy win. Should be worthy of a Wednesday Puzzle.
 
   Oct-20-14 Nisipeanu vs D Reinderman, 2010 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: It seems to me at Move 15, White could have killed it with 15.B-g7. How would Black have coped with the double threat of either Q-h8 mate or Q-h7 mate?! Might make a nice Tuesday puzzle, I think.
 
   Apr-25-14 V Malakhov vs Ivanchuk, 2014 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: I had thought Black at move 39 would play Rxf2! The Black is of course immune to capture and Black threatens 40...RxN!
 
   Feb-28-14 Ljubojevic vs R Calvo, 1973 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: I rather like my own attempt: 35.Bxd5 Rxb3 36.Bxe6+ Kh8 37.Rxd8 Qxd8 38.Rxd8 Rb1+ 39.Be1 Rxe1+ 40.Kf2 and Black is totally lost.
 
   Jan-04-14 Naiditsch vs Koneru, 2003 (replies)
 
AnotherNN: As pointed out, after 28... Kc7 29.Nxd7 Kxd7 30.Rg8 Black can hardly defend but it's certainly not as decisive as the position arising from 28... Kf7. Thus this suggests an alternative solution, viz. instead of 25.Rde1 - 25.RxN!? then possibly, 25...Qa6 26RxR leading up to a ...
 
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