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   CitricAcid13 has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-17-16 Carlsen vs Karjakin, 2016 (replies)
CitricAcid13: I think white's plan here is to keep black's queenside blocked up while his dark-squared bishop should have free reign (with black's pawns on b7, c6 and d5)
   Mar-10-10 J Altusky vs Fischer, 1954 (replies)
CitricAcid13: Steffen23, 7.Bg5 loses to 7...Bxc3 (8. Bxd8 Bxd1 and black is up a piece). Taking the bishop on f3 with the pawn or the queen gives up the bishop on g5 to the queen. 0-1
   May-21-08 H Runde vs Morten Jensen, 2003 (replies)
CitricAcid13: If I got 24. Bg5# does it count? Dang, thought I had this continuation all the way out...
   Jun-08-07 Lindehn vs W B Haughton, 1870 (replies)
CitricAcid13: What about 23 ... Rh8, 24. Qxe5, threatening both the night on a5 and the pawn on f5, with tempo... which coulda continue the attack further, not sure.
   Mar-28-07 Andersson vs E Jelling, 1994 (replies)
CitricAcid13: Tactic101, Qd6 is not a valid response, it is a double check so the king is still in check by the knight. The king MUST move to d8, followed by Nxe7
   Mar-26-07 K Papas vs E Krasenkova, 2001 (replies)
CitricAcid13: pnooby
   Mar-15-07 Dake vs J Schmitt, 1949 (replies)
CitricAcid13: Beautiful combination, I always can see the smothered mate in problems and the continuation up to it, it just never comes up while I'm playing chess, even playing at 1500 on yahoo. My ♘ never gets to the right spot :)
   Mar-12-07 Balashov vs J Tisdall, 1989 (replies)
CitricAcid13: How would white win after 34. ... Rf8 ?
   Feb-13-07 Roycroft vs NN, 1862 (replies)
CitricAcid13: Love the mate threat presented at d8.
   Feb-01-07 L Prins vs L Day, 1968 (replies)
CitricAcid13: I can't believe black missed 31. ...Ke7#!!!!!!?! It's a shame, really.
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