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   Calelsdad22 has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-14-10 Keres vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
Calelsdad22: can someone tell me what could happen if white played 52 Rc4
   Apr-14-10 G Kuzmin vs Smyslov, 1978 (replies)
Calelsdad22: I was disappointed not to see the mate at Rd6 after Kb4, I settled for Rxg6. Need more practice for me.
   Apr-13-10 Nunn vs Fedorowicz, 1991 (replies)
Calelsdad22: Rxd5 was an opportunistic move as it did 4 thing for white: 1. exposes the black queen for attack 2. preserving d6 pawn which creates a lot a pressure for black 3. cramping down the already cramp position of black, keeping the king in the center 4. a good set up for attacking ...
   Apr-10-10 Potkin vs Caruana, 2010 (replies)
Calelsdad22: swindled :)
   Apr-10-10 Carlsen vs Smeets, 2010 (replies)
Calelsdad22: I forgot: 41 ... Kd4 42 Rf4+ will force black to abandon his c pawn and open a lot of mating threat for white
   Apr-10-10 T Papp vs L Kollman, 2006 (replies)
Calelsdad22: 4 ... Bd6 seems out of place
   Apr-06-10 Eljanov vs A Kovchan, 2010
Calelsdad22: <HeMateMe: after 63...Pxc6, 64.Pxc6, one of the pawns will queen?> After 63 ... bxc6, immediate a6 is unstoppable also. Nice bishop battle. In the end, white benefited from his advance pawns which gives him more space to move around and forced a Zugzwhang.
   Apr-06-10 R Fontaine vs Vachier-Lagrave, 2007 (replies)
Calelsdad22: Amazing!!! :)
   Apr-06-10 Bondarevsky vs Smyslov, 1945 (replies)
Calelsdad22: I saw Qb5 but did not see Rea8, I was so busy making Re2 work :) Nice one for a tuesday.
   Apr-04-10 Smyslov vs K Grigorian, 1976 (replies)
Calelsdad22: After 21 Rxf6, I saw 22 Rf1 as continuation, followed by Qg4, same results... :)
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