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Black Vampire
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   Black Vampire has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Apr-07-20 A Caoili vs C Rodriguez Monteiro, 1996
 
Black Vampire: I know personally the player with the black pieces and he states the last move was actually 26...Nxf2#
 
   Feb-27-18 Petrosian vs P M Nielsen, 1960
 
Black Vampire: Itīs curious that in a game from the Nimzovich Memorial Tournament Petrosian doesnīt employ Nimzovichīs Triangle, but the Saragossian one!!
 
   May-28-17 Kasparov vs Tal, 1988
 
Black Vampire: Aspirator, what after 37...f6!?. Now 38.f3 fails due to 38...f5!! I think Garry did it well. He just couldnīt win the pawn endgame.
 
   Jan-16-13 Lasker vs Burn, 1889 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: Hey, guys, am I wrong or the order is just the opposite? I mean, Lasker (White) vs Burn is the right game. I request chessgames.com to change it.
 
   Aug-17-12 Morozevich vs Jakovenko, 2006 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: <geniokov> Unfortunately, given the fact the ending K+Q vs K+R is a mathematical win for the strong side, thereīs no useful golden rule for the weak side, except at certain stalemate positions, such as the one which happened in the game.
 
   Mar-01-10 W Watson vs D Ciric, 1991 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: This is a message for Chessgames.com. As many kibitzers have said, 40.Ka5!! draws (my engine Glaurung 2.1 agrees this move draws mathematically), so this puzzle is 'ill-solved'. I mean that White played badly and the correct solution forces a perpetual check by Black, ...
 
   Dec-28-09 Mednis vs W G Addison, 1963 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: Well, chessgames.com, this game must have an error, because 32.Qg3 is not credible (White would lose his Queen!). Probably the correct move is 32.Qg4. Time to test.
 
   Oct-12-09 Tarrasch vs Lasker, 1908 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: According to some Chessgames.comīs kibitzers, after 119...Rb3, Tarrasch won: 120.Rh2+,Rh3 121.Bf6+, but here Black can play 121...Kg3 = and not the horrible 121...Kh5??????, letting a mate in one move! Remember that the White king is in 'f5' and not in 'f4'.
 
   Dec-29-08 W Riemer vs W O Megier, 1988 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: Well, <whiteshark>, the main threat after 49.Rd2!! is 50.Nc8+, Kf7 51.R2d7++.
 
   Dec-13-08 Kasparov vs N R McDonald, 1986 (replies)
 
Black Vampire: <DoubleCheck>No, 55.Kh4 doesnīt win, because of 55...Rg4+! 56.Kxg4, Qd7+! (attacking besides the White Queen) 57.Qxe7 and itīs a stalemate!!!, as <socrates> said a few comments ago.
 
   Jul-09-07 L Engels vs L Roux Cabral, 1941 (replies)
   Jun-19-07 Karpov vs Bareev, 1991 (replies)
   Mar-27-07 S Lorenz vs Andrey Orlov, 2001 (replies)
   Mar-26-07 Palatnik vs I Stohl, 1986 (replies)
   Mar-16-07 Capablanca vs Janowski, 1916 (replies)
   Mar-16-07 Piket vs Kramnik, 1999 (replies)
   Feb-20-07 Greco vs NN, 1620 (replies)
   Feb-19-07 NN vs E J Diemer, 1978 (replies)
   Feb-16-07 Schussler vs Y Rantanen, 1977 (replies)
   Feb-14-07 L Lederman vs K Pytel, 1977 (replies)
   Jan-10-07 Tartakower vs Przepiorka, 1925 (replies)
   Jan-06-07 Lindemann vs Echtermeyer, 1893 (replies)
   Jan-05-07 Paul Mertens (replies)
   Jan-01-07 Kasparov vs Holzke, 1988 (replies)
   Dec-24-06 Santa Claus (replies)
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