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   Ashperov1988 has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-25-14 Tolush vs A Filipowicz, 1964 (replies)
Ashperov1988: 28...Rb1 Nb1 Qb2?! kd1 and he escapes I couldn't find the killer blow So then only I found Rb1 Nb1 Rb1 Kb1 (Kc2 Qb2++) Bd3 kd1 and Qa1++ 28..f5 and white can prolong with Qg7 and even tho black is probably winning he has to play accurately!
   Jun-23-14 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
   Jun-12-14 Botvinnik vs A Khavin, 1944 (replies)
Ashperov1988: dam im always doing things the hard way haha Nc6 Qc6 (Bc6 Nf5 or is there a better move?) Qg5 Rh6 (Qf6 Qxd5 mops up nicely eg Be6 Qa8 Ke7 d5) Now yes Qe7 is the killer game over immediately but I didn't see it (work and all) anyway I saw Qd8 Be8 and now Nf5. now if Re6 then ...
   Jun-11-14 Vaganian vs Karpov, 1969 (replies)
Ashperov1988: Two pawns down sucks but he had to be stubborn get a skeleton position of sorts then mess around with his light bishop. Rd6 gives black life Well maybe black could have done better to keep rooks on because after 47 moves this should be a draw any day of the week. comes down to ...
   Jun-11-14 An Englishman chessforum (replies)
Ashperov1988: You must like stings song haha
   Jun-11-14 Schlechter vs K Havasi, 1918 (replies)
Ashperov1988: ok fair enough. But can Qg3 as a first move win? Threat Rg7-->Nge6 and mate impending. if Qg3 g6 Nh7 sets up nice threats I think. white has so much fire power around the king and black cant get his pieces to defend. Nh7 and Rf7 are indeed simpler moves. Sure I do ...
   Jun-04-14 Keres vs Spassky, 1955 (replies)
Ashperov1988: Cute- Qg7. forced to take then Nd7 hits the right spots. kg8 and I think nf6 looks good due to Kg7/h8 is followed by ne8 material and kf7 in response to that nf6 and Nd5 best bet I think also with material gains. That analysis is good enough! now back to work! :)
   Jun-03-14 H Steiner vs Tartakower, 1946 (replies)
Ashperov1988: If your brain is crying to be tested you will make even simple things a little complex. Not always good doing things the hard way but hey keeps the brain from getting lazy. the Bishop sac mentioned above that's cool too! Qe1 a)Kc4 Qb4++ b)Kc2 Qd2 Kb3 (Kb1 Qb2++) Qb4 Kc2 Qb2
   May-29-14 Movsesian vs R Edouard, 2013 (replies)
Ashperov1988: Qh5 even though I toyed with an early Ng6 albeit to no avail 1-Rg8 ng6 as per game yes 2-Be6 Ng6 kg8 (kg7 rh7) Be6 Re6 Nf4 cause I think Qf4 to regain piece gets hit by Rh7 and just too many threats
   May-28-14 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1927 (replies)
Ashperov1988: First things first, play 14.c3 However kudus to Alekhine for being so tactically aware and capitalising on the error
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