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   BxChess has kibitzed 137 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-18-21 Lutikov vs A Kapengut, 1978 (replies)
BxChess: 0 from 4 so far this week. Either I've experienced a sudden and serious mental decline, or else CG has got their puzzles out of sync with the calender
   Jan-21-21 Shimanov vs A Vovk, 2011 (replies)
BxChess: I figured the first move of the puzzle had to be 42. Ne8+ but I couldn't see the finish because I also missed 45. Qg7
   Dec-22-20 T K Ozgur vs J M Miciano, 2018 (replies)
BxChess: Thanks <agb2002>. I enjoyed the puzzle although I found it more difficult than your 1.5 rating suggests.
   Nov-17-20 A Korobov vs S Fedorchuk, 2001 (replies)
BxChess: I found this surprisingly difficult for a Tuesday. It took me 15mins to find that 33. Qxf6+ was winning. I eventually reasoned that the first move had to be a check, otherwise the pinned rook g3 would be lost with check and the attack would fizzle. By eliminating the likely checks
   Oct-29-20 Oll vs Psakhis, 1987 (replies)
BxChess: <Amarande:> 24. Qxb3 Qh4+ 25. Kg1 Ng4 26. Rd1 Qxf2+ 27. Kh1 Qh4+ 28. Kg1 Qh2+ 29. Kf1 Re8 seems to give mate or loss of knight and queen.
   Oct-06-20 J Baules vs Nakamura, 2018 (replies)
BxChess: <alwazir:> In your line23...Nxe7 24. Qxe7 Qxh2 threatens 25...Rd1+ and wins the rook on g1
   Aug-16-20 D Norwood vs Gelfand, 1987 (replies)
BxChess: A funny puzzle for me. I actually chose the game line 35. Qe7 and prematurely congratulated myself until I saw that white lost in this line. I did consider 35. Qd8+ Rxd8 36. Rxd8+ Bf8 37. Rxf8 Kg7, but I couldn't see how to continue. The elegant 38. Re8 found by earlier kibitzers ...
   Aug-12-20 S Gibson vs F Hart, 1948 (replies)
BxChess: <Brenin> I agree. I suggest that the category be called `No pun intended'
   Aug-02-20 Areshchenko vs A Volokitin, 2004 (replies)
BxChess: Well I got the first move in today's puzzle, and I got the first move yesterday. Hence I was correct twice in two days, which is slightly worse than a stopped clock, but not too bad considering
   May-10-20 A Graf vs Tiviakov, 1997 (replies)
BxChess: 25...? is certainly maddening, if not insane as a puzzle.
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