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Cellist
Member since Nov-30-18 · Last seen Jul-22-21
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   Cellist has kibitzed 75 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-20-21 Myagmarsuren vs M Cuellar Gacharna, 1967 (replies)
 
Cellist: I spent a lot of time checking out e6, but I did not see the decisive advantage that it provides. Did see the solution after I gave up on e6.
 
   Jul-12-21 Kholmov vs Jan Turner, 2001 (replies)
 
Cellist: Another way to extend torture is to go 40.Bh4+ g5 41. Bxg5+ Kxg5 42. Qg7+ Kf4 43. Qg3+ Ke4 44. Qe3#
 
   Jul-08-21 M Rodin vs A Belozerov, 1998 (replies)
 
Cellist: I figured out the game line after deciding that 33. ... Ke8 was the best defense for Black. I saw that 33. ... Kg8 or h8 would lead to a quick mate, and I thought 33. ... Kg7 would also lead to mate soon. The problem is that I wanted to double the rooks on the 7th rank in case the ...
 
   Jun-25-21 K Asrian vs B Belotti, 2001 (replies)
 
Cellist: I saw the sacrifice of the Nd4 on b5 quickly and decided that it had to be the solution, but I was not quite sure that it would be decisive.
 
   Jun-18-21 S Bouaziz vs Miles, 1979 (replies)
 
Cellist: I saw the combination up to move 48 and expected 49.Kh5, which ends in mate, too. Failed to consider 49.g5, but when I followed the moves, I saw that the B sacrifice leads to mate, too. Nice combination, but it is indeed a seemingly hopeless position for Black where only the ...
 
   Jun-17-21 N Mohota vs J Arizmendi Martinez, 2006 (replies)
 
Cellist: I considered 25. ... Bxe3, 26. Kxe3 followed by Qf4+ and Bg4 and thought that this would likely win. I also looked at 25. ... Bg4 and 25. ... Bh3 as first moves but felt Black was on less secure ground, although in all of these cases, Black's pressure on the kingside is strong and ...
 
   Jun-16-21 S Ionov vs A Loginov, 2000 (replies)
 
Cellist: I saw the first two moves but then wanted to play Qxd4+, which seems to be a strong alternative to the text move according to the SF 13 analysis provided by <mel gibson>.
 
   Jun-15-21 M Tratatovici vs Suba, 1987 (replies)
 
Cellist: 28. ... b3 is indeed tricky. After 29.axb3 Be4, even 30.Rc1 does not help because 30. ... Rxb3 sets up a possible mate after the R sacrifice 31. ... Rxb2+. Does 29.c3 work? I am not even sure. After 29. ... Be4+, 30.Ka1, there is 30. ... Bxg6, 31. Qxg6 with some possibility to ...
 
   Jun-11-21 Westerinen vs G Sigurjonsson, 1977 (replies)
 
Cellist: I found the first move but then went wrong with 26.Bh6++, seeing that 26. ... KxB would lead to mate and Kh8 would (at least) lose the black Q after 27.Bg7+ and the discovered check 28.Bd4+ (followed by BxQb2). I did see that the black King can (and should) run to f7 (or f6), but I ...
 
   Jun-10-21 Y Gutop vs A Kuindzhy, 1977 (replies)
 
Cellist: <Brenin> In your version, there is a simple mate: 34.Qh8#
 
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