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Autoreparaturwerkbau
Member since Jun-23-04 · Last seen Jun-18-21
My chess experience is gained mainly from playing over the internet. I was born and live in the best country on planet Earth: tiny but proud Slovenia (Central Europe). On internet i usually have chess rating between 1900 and 2000. I recommend chessgames.com to everyone who wants to learn the secrets of grandmasters' moves. Great site!
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   Autoreparaturwerkbau has kibitzed 2280 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-27-21 F Lee vs Znosko-Borovsky, 1907 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <al wazir> 28.♕h6? throws away the win because of defensive-attacking move 28...g6 [DIAGRAM] Now white's overwhelming attack is subdued and black's defense can fully regroup. The best way to continue attack is to enter with bishop 28.♗f6, since ...
 
   May-26-21 E L Stuart vs A Dyce, 1994
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 9...? Black to move [DIAGRAM] Of <37 POSSIBLE moves> Dyce opted for almost the worst theoretically possible: 9...♗d7??
 
   May-12-21 B Annakov vs O Sepp, 1994 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: What a swindle! <53...Qxa3??> [DIAGRAM] was a lemon, since it instantaneously converts large lead (like -8,0) to lost game (like +15,0 or so) – white has now time for crucial pawn push 54.h6 threatening mate. Almost any other move would be better ...
 
   May-11-21 D Vocaturo vs A Del Monaco, 2012
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Black had upper hand in the mid-game and let it go away with a bit passive play. The best was to break open the centre with 41...d4! (-3,5 after 51 ply@SF11) [DIAGRAM] which after best play 42.♖h2 e3+ 43.♘xe3 dxe3+ 44.♔xe3 ♗e8 45. ♔f3 ...
 
   May-11-21 O Aharon vs D Vocaturo, 2014
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: White missed a draw with 54.c4!! [DIAGRAM] that lures rook to c4 which in turns prevents white king moving to f7. Now 54...Rxc4 (best move) fails to 55.g7 [DIAGRAM] threatening promotion with knight-fork which leads to R vs B draw. Immediate 54.g7 doesn't work ...
 
   May-11-21 O Kniest vs D Vocaturo, 2013
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 36.g3 was necessary, since 36.exd6? allows invading with dark-squared bishop. Great tactics by Vocaturo!
 
   May-03-21 A E Blackmar vs A F Wurm, 1882 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: What is pun all about? Maybe a reference to the last ice age ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W%C3%... )?
 
   Apr-30-21 D Kopec vs D K Johansen, 1982 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: White had a perfect kingside-storm attack that began with 35.Ng6+! but threw it all away with passive 38.Rh6? (-0,8) that abandons guarding 1st rank. White should simply put more pressure with 38.f4 (+4,5) [DIAGRAM] that prevents Rxe5/Re1+ tactic (Rh1 defends 1st ...
 
   Apr-01-21 Beliavsky vs A Arab, 2006 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Situation after 32...g5 is very tricky. [DIAGRAM] Deep three hour engine evaluation (SF11, depth 42) confirms <sfm>'s observation. At depth 42 analysis shows how precise white must play to avoid entering completely losing position. Silicon evaluates the position:
 
   Jan-05-21 Rohde vs Dlugy, 1990 (replies)
 
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <Brenin> & <goodevans> You two should play a game starting from 24...Bd7. <Brenin> as white and <goodevans> as black since both prefer being in the situation on opposite ends. I would be very much interested in how such game would unfold.
 
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