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   BalaKKa has kibitzed 42 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-31-14 K Spraggett vs B Harper, 1976 (replies)
BalaKKa: 23.Be5+ - Bf6 24.Qxc6! and it's all over All pieces are overwhelmed, black can't really recapture the Q, due to after Bxc6 white chops on d8, and then on f6 with a fork.
   Jul-23-14 Rapport vs T Rogers, 2014 (replies)
BalaKKa: I gave exactly this checkmate on a training against one of my weak teammate, rated about 1600. But i really don't understand a 2000 player how the hell can fall into this cheap trick? Especially, if u are a caro-can player you should know whites idea behind Qe2...
   Jun-21-14 Lagno vs Zhao Xue, 2014
BalaKKa: Both were in time trouble when Zao Xue wanted to move 89....Be5, but it's an illegal move because of the pin, so Lagno won. Never give up in blitz chess ;)
   Aug-03-13 Nimzowitsch vs Tarrasch, 1914 (replies)
BalaKKa: I dont think Tarrasch couldn't see the line Qg3+ Qf2+ Qe2#. I think he just prefers the game variation, cause it's more a nice checkmate, and foced as well.
   Mar-28-11 E Danielian vs Zhu Chen, 2011 (replies)
BalaKKa: I find first this forced line: 46. Nd7+ Bxd7 47. Qh8+ Qg8 48. Qf6+ Qf7 49. Qxf7#
   Feb-08-11 R Pernet vs C Costello, 1982 (replies)
BalaKKa: And what if 17.Kxh4 or 17.Qh5+ - g6 18.Qxh4?
   Jul-15-10 R Csolig vs B Deak, 2007 (replies)
BalaKKa: Interesting line of evans gambit by black, especially 9....-b5 is a nice try. Is 10.cxb6 the correct answer by white, or is there any stronger move? What do you think guys.
   Jul-15-10 Portisch vs Pinter, 1984 (replies)
BalaKKa: Hehe, jól szétkapták egymást a srácok:D
   May-04-09 M Gurevich vs R Ovetchkin, 2007 (replies)
BalaKKa: 55.a3+ - Ka4 56.Rc4+ and mate in the next move with Bc6+
   Jun-06-08 Fischer vs Larsen, 1966 (replies)
BalaKKa: I find a nice finish: 19.Nb5 Bd7 20.Nxc7+ Kd8 21.0-0 Rc8 22.Ne6+ Ke8 23.Bd4 Qc2 (Nh5 or Ne4 met by Qd3!) 24.Bd3! Qc6 25.Qg6+ hxg6 26.Bxg6#
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