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CHEG
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   CHEG has kibitzed 55 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-17-07 I Madl vs Chiburdanidze, 2000 (replies)
 
CHEG: I saw Qxc3 but I couldn't figure out why white's king couldn't escape to c3 after the bishop gave check....then I remembered there's a pawn there! That's what I get for not having a board in front of me>
 
   Mar-07-07 Petrosian vs Ivkov, 1979 (replies)
 
CHEG: Brilliant!
 
   May-12-06 Larsen vs Ljubojevic, 1975 (replies)
 
CHEG: Qh4 is the elgant solution, better defense would follow 27 h3 Qg3 28 Kg1 Qh2+ 29 Ke1 and the king flees to the middle of the board. Not a good situation but at least not mate in two.
 
   May-09-06 Botvinnik vs Smyslov, 1958 (replies)
 
CHEG: Rd2 is still tricky. If 26...Rd2 27 Be6+ Kg7 28 Qxe5+ Rf6 29 R3e2 and no threat of checkmate? However 26...Rd2 27 Be6+ Rf7 28 R3e2 Rxe2 29 Qd8+ Kg8 30 Bd6 blocking mate but giving up too much material for a win (Qd2)
 
   Nov-06-05 Ragozin vs Veresov, 1945 (replies)
 
CHEG: <Frankly> Frankly, I saw the same move (24 Nf6). Unfortunately if 24 Nf6 then 24 ... exf6 25 Qxf6+ Kf8 and the king has e7 if Qh8+
 
   Sep-07-05 Ivkov vs A Kolarov, 1957 (replies)
 
CHEG: Any thoughts how black can proceed after 32 Qxf7 Qxf7 33 Ra1 Black is up a queen for a rook but this doesn't seem like an easy win for black. (Remember Q vs. R endgames are crazy hard)
 
   Apr-21-05 Kasparov vs Ljubojevic, 1987 (replies)
 
CHEG: Awesome to the max, 37 Qg6! if 37..fxg6 then 38 Nxg6# after 37 Qg6 Mate in 4
 
   Apr-16-05 G Minchev vs K Nikov, 1990 (replies)
 
CHEG: 39 ... Rc7 mate in two
 
   Feb-24-05 Mamedyarov vs S Ernst, 2005 (replies)
 
CHEG: Isn't Rh8 not only check but checkmate?
 
   Feb-24-05 S Urusov vs Bihn, 1851 (replies)
 
CHEG: 16 Qg6# looks good to me as well.
 
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