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CC0112358
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   CC0112358 has kibitzed 32 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-02-14 Hort vs I Radulov, 1974 (replies)
 
CC0112358: <agb2002> nice analysis! There is also a possible black continuation with a Queen sacrifice 16.....Qxg5. Exchanges the Queen for two small pieces. Don't think it is sufficient for black to prevail but it looked like a possible counter.
 
   Jun-26-14 Savon vs H Ree, 1965 (replies)
 
CC0112358: Oops! 21.....Nf5, interesting approach...works well too.
 
   Jun-14-14 Furman vs Kholmov, 1963 (replies)
 
CC0112358: <agb2002> and <Patriot> Same here. Rxh6+ seemed obvious and from there the path to White's win, while shifty, looks reasonably straightforward. After looking at Furman's approach I was a bit miffed. Not sure what he was thinking. He is obviously smarter than I.
 
   May-29-14 Movsesian vs R Edouard, 2013 (replies)
 
CC0112358: On second pass it looks like Qh5 is a much better approach
 
   May-13-14 T Rodshtein vs S Gvetadze, 2013 (replies)
 
CC0112358: To <PiinedPiece> and to <Marmot PFL> points, Sopio worked very hard to loose this game. After 20. e5 she decided to go out to lunch.
 
   May-12-14 Lilienthal vs A Khavin, 1944 (replies)
 
CC0112358: The unassuming h6 pawn is the real king of game
 
   May-05-14 T Sage vs M Zelkind, 1984 (replies)
 
CC0112358: White has a rook, a bishop and a pawn for two knights. Black also threatens dxc4. The most obvious: 24. Rxh5+ Nxh5 25. Qxh5# Also possible: 24. Qxh5+ Nxh5 25. Rxh5# 24. Rh7+ leads to a much longer ordeal but also mates for white.
 
   May-04-14 Yu Yangyi vs A Zatonskih, 2013 (replies)
 
CC0112358: Black is up one pawn. White's pieces are tangled. White must clear some space in order to attack black's king. Therefore, perhaps sacrificing the Rook? 15. axb5 Qxa1 16. Bc6+ Ke7 Now what? I suspect the white Queen can now start moving and the black Queen will need to retreat ...
 
   May-02-14 M Raicevic vs P Lukacs, 1984 (replies)
 
CC0112358: Material is even. White must protect the g2 bishop at all costs from the d5 black bishop attack 24......Nxf2 25. Nf3 Qxe2! 26. Re1 Nh3+ 27. Kh1 Qxf3 From here no matter white's response (Rg2, Rg1, Bxf3.....) all lead to a very quick mate. White's queen on a3 is ...
 
   Apr-27-14 T Espig vs L Zinn, 1973 (replies)
 
CC0112358: White is down two pawns 29. d6 Bh6 30. Qe5+ Kb8 31. d7 Bxf4 32. Qxf4+ Kb7 ........ From here, white's pieces (Q, B, R) will chase the black King around the board until a point where the King is trapped
 
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