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Member since Nov-23-06 · Last seen Dec-10-19
Enjoy chess, I don't play much any more but I stay active on this sight. Was a 1700ish player but am much weaker now. Also play board games.
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   Breunor has kibitzed 672 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-08-19 A Korobov vs Anand, 2019
Breunor: This game is the subject of Soktis'column today. Soltis says 17 .... g6 can help close the kingside; 20 .... f5 was lising, fxg6 is ok. Stockfish confirms Soltis' assessment.
   Nov-26-19 A Eswaran vs Maggie Feng, 2019
Breunor: According to Stockfish, the losing move is 66 Rc1 which is valued at -8.97. However, 66 Kb2 is even. It appears the key is that by blocking the queening of the c pawn with the white king, white can play Raa8 and threaten the black king.
   Nov-24-19 Topalov vs Ivanchuk, 1999 (replies)
Breunor: As brilliant as 18 Nxe2 is, I think Ivanchuk not only saw the combinations and follow-ups, I think he saw it earlier. The whole combination starts turns earlier and is breath-taking1
   Nov-24-19 J Ljubarskij vs V Bukal Sr, 2006
Breunor: Remarkable come-back. As everyone said white had a lot of ways to put the coup-de-grace in but missed them in the heat of battle. I was sure white was winning after 31 e6. The computer agrees. After 1 minute: 1) +4.97 (22 ply) 31...f6 32.e7 Rxe7 33.Ng6 Qc7 34.Qxc7 Rxc7 35.Nxh8 ...
   Nov-16-19 I Bilek vs Szily, 1954 (replies)
Breunor: Goodevans, Once again the computer agrees with you. Black is fine after 11 Nf6: 1) =0.00 (23 ply) 12.Qxd4 O-O 13.f5 Ng4 14.Qd2 Be5 15.h3 Qh4 16.Nc3 gxf5 17.exf5 Ne3 18.Qxe3 Bd4 19.Nd5 Bxe3+ 20.Bxe3 Kh8 21.Rf4 Qd8 22.Bd4+ f6 23.Rd1 Bd7 24.Bb6 Qb8 25.Bd4 Qd8 2) -0.16 (22 ply) 12.Qxd4
   Nov-11-19 U Rath vs Larsen, 1978 (replies)
Breunor: We can't accuse white of resigning too early. Thanks for the pun, in High School we had to choose a poem to read aloud, I picked Jabborwocky!
   Nov-10-19 V Gunina vs A Kashlinskaya, 2019
Breunor: According to Stockfish, 29 ... d4 is the losing move, scoring about 3.4. Defending g6 with Kh7 is even.
   Nov-10-19 Marshall vs W Cohn, 1902
Breunor: Nice endgame here. I think of Marshall as a wild attacker but this was a positional game with a good endgame. I was trained to get the Lucena position, and I do it automatically if I can. Marshall didn't bother with it. Guess the move dinged me when I went to set it up, so it looks ...
   Nov-06-19 Zukertort vs V Knorre, 1866 (replies)
Breunor: I was shocked to see black play 21 f5; I even checked if I saw that correctly, it makes the white pawns very powerful. I see Goodevans had a similar view. I'm glad Stockfish supports this view. Black is -1.05 with 21 fxe5 but after f5 it is 1.75.
   Nov-06-19 Sergej Dyachkov
Breunor: No comments? Seems to be a big French defense advocate, playing a lot of variations.
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