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   Chessography has kibitzed 28 times to chessgames   [less...]
   May-10-06 L Horta vs M Dos Santos, 1984 (replies)
 
Chessography: <SneechLatke> Perhaps nobody is debating because you give the line 1.e4 g5 2.d4 f6?? as winning for Black when White plays Qh5# immediately. I'm very much hoping you were being sarcastic.
 
   Apr-27-06 E J Diemer vs Zujus, 1948 (replies)
 
Chessography: 20. Qxc7 does not "win by force" or win at all.
 
   Apr-23-06 Mephisto vs NN, 1883 (replies)
 
Chessography: 5. Nc3 is also the best move, better than Nf3 or Nb5.
 
   Apr-23-06 Busnardo vs NN, 1590 (replies)
 
Chessography: 4... Qe7 is not premature - it is book, and better than 4... Nf6 in my opinion.
 
   Apr-17-06 A Rico Gonzalez vs Najdorf, 1948 (replies)
 
Chessography: Excuse me, that's 34... Re8+, not 24... Re8+. :)
 
   Apr-16-06 Radjabov vs M Bartel, 2004 (replies)
 
Chessography: <Poisonpawns> The idea of c6 is to provide a safe spot for the king on the queenside. Going to f8 is bad at first sight, and White has prospects of playing Bh6, Nf3-g5, O-O-O, and a rook lift with Rd3.
 
   Apr-16-06 Bacrot vs Radjabov, 2004
 
Chessography: 21. Qxa8 DOES get two rooks for a queen (so Montreal1666 has a valid point), however I doubt Bacrot felt comfortable taking his queen off the board when Radjabov is so much better developed and ready to attack.
 
   Apr-12-06 Joel Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1998 (replies)
 
Chessography: I know that the pawn on b5 can't be taken right away, but it is a long-term weakness and Black probably does not have enough compensation in the open a-file.
 
   Feb-08-06 T Christiansen vs I Sajid, 2004 (replies)
 
Chessography: What is wrong with 26... cxb2 ????? It just looks like it is winning outright for Black. I can not see White's saving throw here. Example: 27. Kxb2, 27... Qc2+ 27. Rf2, 27... Qc1+ mates. 27. Rf1, 27... Qc2# I see no way for Black to overcome these threats in one move ...
 
   Jan-22-06 Blackburne vs NN, 1886 (replies)
 
Chessography: Fantastic forcing of promotion on d8. 9... Qxb2? was a noteworthy blunder and 12... Bb4?? plausible but even worse.
 
   Jan-22-06 NN vs Blackburne, 1871 (replies)
   Aug-29-05 J Smith vs G H Derrickson, 1860 (replies)
   Aug-23-05 Carlsen vs S Ernst, 2004 (replies)
   Aug-08-05 Joel Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1998 (replies)
   Aug-08-05 Joel Benjamin vs Gufeld, 1989
   Apr-12-05 Bagirov vs Gufeld, 1973 (replies)
   Apr-12-05 Anand vs Radjabov, 2003 (replies)
   Apr-09-05 S Mlotkowski vs Deacon, 1913 (replies)
   Mar-15-05 Van Kessel vs Rensen, 1990 (replies)
   Mar-14-05 Matulovic vs L Lengyel, 1966 (replies)
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