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BareKing
Member since Feb-11-13 · Last seen Apr-17-21
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   BareKing has kibitzed 39 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-03-20 V Makogonov vs Botvinnik, 1940 (replies)
 
BareKing: Jimfromprovidence: After 42...Qa8, Simply Bxg7+, Kxg7 (forced), Qc3+ and white is a rook up.
 
   Oct-14-20 A Heimann vs B S E Ramirez, 2019
 
BareKing: Obviously a mouse slip, on an online game...
 
   Sep-14-20 D Rogozenco vs Al Rakib Mollah Abdullah, 1999
 
BareKing: 45 ..Ke6 draws. Probably black was too scared of Qe2+, or Rxd5, and his unprotected c4 rook... and was in time trouble so unable to analyze every line, so opted for a check that also protects the rook... what a pity!
 
   Mar-17-20 Karjakin vs S Baranjuk, 2000 (replies)
 
BareKing: jith: the game was played in Simferopol, Crimea.
 
   Sep-30-19 V Popov vs M Mchedlishvili, 2002 (replies)
 
BareKing: Actually with correct play I think it's a draw after Qxb6 a7 Qc6+ Kg1... black should stick his Queen at a8 and can't extricate her without allowing a promotion, spite checks do not help (or may help white king to get closer). Interesting position nonetheless, worth analyzing.
 
   Jan-15-19 Disara Thennakoon vs Vasily Kobets, 2016
 
BareKing: ..."World event", I presume? Chess are for everyone, competing in world events is not... Cadets or GMs.
 
   Nov-10-18 D Antonic vs L Kerecki, 2008
 
BareKing: 10.Qxb7?? Na5! ...and white should sacrifice his LSB to save the queen: 11.Bb5+ axb5 12.Qxb5+ Ke7 (or Bd7, pawn for better pieces cordination) ...and black is winning.
 
   Oct-13-18 S Zhigalko vs Nepomniachtchi, 2018 (replies)
 
BareKing: Rxe1 is just as good, but the GM instinct was probably to not give out unnecessary counterchances/swindles by losing the f7 pawn with check and weakening his king, as in the Rxe1 variation. Stockfish thinks the two moves are almost equal.
 
   Feb-08-18 Golubev vs S Zagrebelny, 1990
 
BareKing: Maybe because openings are played on either side? :)
 
   Jan-18-18 K Klaman vs S Petuchov, 1977 (replies)
 
BareKing: Because 9.Ng5! Black can't castle (9... 0-0? 10. Qh5!) and is forced to defend f7 with 9..Rf8, loosing castle rights and with cramped/losing position.
 
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