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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). I am married to beautiful and charming Colombiana and we are expecting our first daughter. On internet i usually have chess rating between 1900 and 2000. I recommend to everyone who wants to learn the secrets of grandmasters' moves. Great site!
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   Autoreparaturwerkbau has kibitzed 2291 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-16-22 H Heinicke vs Gilg, 1940 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Puzzle worthy of Thursday. Black to play. [DIAGRAM] The first few moves are relatively straight-forward. 32...♖xg3+ 33. ♔f1 ♕h3+ 34. ♔e2 that leads us to classic crossroad situation, how to proceed with fierce attack. True puzzle starts here, ...
   Jun-15-22 A W Ryder vs G Walcott, 1913 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Already after 8 moves black was already in deep trouble thats SF14 rates at around +3.5, but 'game-over-move' was 9...♘f6? [DIAGRAM] that allows excellent shot 10.♗f7+! [DIAGRAM] entering mate-in-9. Much better on move 9 for black was to sac the ...
   Jun-14-22 J Pinto Paiva vs M Basman, 1968
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Paiva made a great position up to move 22 and implemented almost all his pieces into fiercely attacking Basman's poorly defended kingside who also had no serious counter-threats in sight. In the climax of the game (white to move) [DIAGRAM] Paiva as white missed ...
   May-17-22 Kostic vs R T Black, 1918
Autoreparaturwerkbau: On 22nd move black should have played any calm move like Q/Re8 or g6 [DIAGRAM] but he completely oversaw unusual <PIN> on 7th rank that lost the game on the spot. 22...Rd8?? is met by 23.Rxc6 [DIAGRAM] 1-0
   May-17-22 A W Fox vs R T Black, 1916 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: Challenge: White to move, 39.? [DIAGRAM] In other words: what is white's by far best move that initiates mate-in-9 sequence? (some other moves win in long-term too, but are far inferior to best move)
   May-12-22 A Rothman vs G Katz, 1948 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <goodevans> There is even more to sequence <42...Rh8 43.Kg1 Ne2+!>. Astonishing how costly 37.Qg3?? was. 37.a4 was necessary to break the pin on knight - pin that completely paralysed white's forces for the rest of the game. And that misstep on 37th move ...
   Apr-04-22 K E Engel vs M Nimtz, 1996
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 23.f4 and white seems to hold position together with best play. Silicon prefers black's overwhelming positional position (of course), but converting the position into a W over the board is a tough cookie for black.
   Mar-28-22 Foltys vs Pachman, 1944
Autoreparaturwerkbau: 24...Bxd4? was a blunder since it fails to see the <DISCOVERED ATTACK WITH CHECK> tactic of 25.Qg3+ [DIAGRAM] If now black moves the king to f8 or h8, he loses Q for a B, game over.
   Mar-18-22 Bogoljubov vs Ahues, 1930 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <al wazir 30.Reg1 looks better than the line white played 30...Qxg1+. Still losing, but it takes longer.> That move actually isn't 'still losing', but completely equals the game. Should have Bogo indeed played 30.Reg1! [DIAGRAM] he would enter into a completely
   Jan-11-22 M Andersen vs Salinas Herrera, 2021 (replies)
Autoreparaturwerkbau: <goodevans> and <Teyss> Indeed 19.? is a great mid-week puzzle for 'White to move and draw (save the game)' [DIAGRAM] The surprising solution gives white a draw (eval. 0,00). On the other hand, any other move loses (eval. -3,70 or worse) - eventhough with ...
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