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   EIDorado has kibitzed 61 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-13-19 J Klinger vs W Arencibia Rodriguez, 1986 (replies)
EIDorado: h3 is kind of forced. Then you have to compute the resulting variations.
   Dec-11-19 Duras vs P P Saburov, 1906 (replies)
EIDorado: Simple.
   Dec-10-19 K Treybal vs J Engel, 1932 (replies)
EIDorado: A fork in two moves, Nh6-Qe3.
   Dec-09-19 W Napier vs Teichmann, 1904 (replies)
EIDorado: Black already has a wining position. Beside the obvious checkmate Qg2, we can win with: Ne2, Nh4, Qd3. So, in order to win white must give a check without losing a piece in the same move(Qf2 and Qh2 are losing).
   Dec-06-19 B D Deac vs N Berry, 2017 (replies)
EIDorado: Idiotic comment: The white has dominance over d and e columns. This suggests: 24.Qxd5 Qxd5 25.Rxd5 Ree8 26.Rd1 After: 24. ... Bxd5 25.Rxc8+ Nd8 26.Bc4 Rxc4 27.bxc4 black is much worse.
   Dec-05-19 agb2002 chessforum
EIDorado: @jith1207 More likely than not he got embarrassed with his "method". It makes anyone look like an idiot.
   Dec-03-19 Saemisch vs J Engel, 1928 (replies)
EIDorado: @Beginners When the position is so simple, you don't have to analyse it. Just identify the simple tactic name and you can congratulate yourselves.
   Nov-27-19 C Kottnauer vs Kotov, 1946 (replies)
EIDorado: It looks like I'm the only one who went for 23.Nxe6. And it looks so simple too.
   Nov-22-19 D Khismatullin vs I Nepomniachtchi, 2010 (replies)
EIDorado: @Walter Glattke: After: 26.-Rxd1 27.Rxd1 Nxg3 28.Kxg3 Qe3+ comes 29.Bf3 Bb3 30.Qc3 Qxc3 31.Nxc3 Bxd1 32.Nxd1. Black is not winning.
   Nov-21-19 Savon vs Polugaevsky, 1971 (replies)
EIDorado: Monday again? It took me less than 3 seconds.
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