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   DaltriDiluvi has kibitzed 449 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-28-22 Le Thao Nguyen Pham vs N Zdebskaja, 2008
DaltriDiluvi: This is yet another game where the player who was winning in the final position is listed as having lost the game. (In this case, White was winning after <78.Nc6+>).
   Nov-28-22 REBEL vs J M Jaquez, 1998
DaltriDiluvi: Did Black lose on time? In the final position (after <47...Nd3>), he's winning.
   Nov-27-22 S L Narayanan vs M Bartel, 2022
DaltriDiluvi: Oh, I messed up the last sentence in the above comment. It should read like this: "Anyway, after <35.Qg5+!> Black has nothing better than <35...Qf6 36.Qxf6+ Kxf6 37.Rxd8> where he's a bishop down with no compensation."
   Nov-25-22 V Asadli vs Y Quesada Perez, 2022 (replies)
DaltriDiluvi: There must be an error in the current game score - the two moves <21.Rb1?? Rd1??> make no sense.
   Nov-24-22 Wen Yang vs D Cawdery, 2022
DaltriDiluvi: There is a pretty mate hidden in the final position (after <37.e5>): <37...Bg7 38.Nxf4+ Kf5 39.Rg5+! Kxf4 40.Be3#>
   Nov-23-22 V S Gujrathi vs M Rodshtein, 2022
DaltriDiluvi: If <21...Qxd4?> then <22.Qh4!> wins, threatening both <23.Qxe7> and <23.Nxf6+>.
   Nov-19-22 Predojevic vs D Wagner, 2022
DaltriDiluvi: Up to move 17, the players were following this game: R Mamedov vs Karjakin, 2018 Wagner played <17...Qxb5> instead of Karjakin's <17...exd5>.
   Nov-19-22 Erigaisi vs Mamedyarov, 2022
DaltriDiluvi: In the final position, Black gives perpetual check by playing <Rb2+, Rb3+, Rb2+, etc.>. White loses if he tries to escape: <35.Kf2 Rb2+ 36.Kf3?? Rd3#> or <35.Kf2 Rb2+ 36.Kg3?? Rg8+ and 37...Rxg1>.
   Nov-18-22 A Hambleton vs J Bonin, 2017
DaltriDiluvi: The ♖+♙ vs. ♖ endgame which began after <61.Kxc4> was a draw, and it remained drawn up to and including the last move of the game (<65.Ke5>). Black can even pick up the white pawn by playing <65...Rh4>. I'm guessing that he lost on time.
   Nov-18-22 Johannes Hjalmar Giersing
DaltriDiluvi: I'm wondering if he was related to Danish painter Harald Giersing (1881-1927). I'm pretty sure they were not brothers, but maybe they were cousins; in any case, "Giersing" is not a common Danish surname.
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