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   FellowChessPlayer has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-20 W Kripp vs H Homes, 1991
FellowChessPlayer: 21. Bxc5 appears to be the last mistake, which allows black to win. f2xe3 instead leads to draw.
   Sep-20-20 Leko vs T Balogh, 1992
FellowChessPlayer: Is this a time loss? Game is a draw.
   Sep-20-20 W Adams vs Denker, 1936
FellowChessPlayer: 32. Rb1 loses a rook and there is no recovering from that.
   Sep-18-20 Botvinnik vs G Ravinsky, 1944 (replies)
FellowChessPlayer: 74..Qc4 turns a draw into a loss
   Sep-18-20 L Bruzon Batista vs Lobron, 2004
FellowChessPlayer: Not sure what's going on in the endgame. Black is behind and he keeps trading. Trades a rook for a knight for what seems like no reason, and then trades his knight for a bishop when he's down material.
   Sep-17-20 Adams vs C Adrian, 1989
FellowChessPlayer: Lots of mistakes in the endgame, with black's 55..Re1+ being the last one that loses him the game.
   Sep-17-20 Taimanov vs Spassky, 1952
FellowChessPlayer: 42. g2 is a mistake. It lets black win. 48..Nc4 is a mistake. It allows a draw. Night-night endgames are tough!
   Sep-17-20 Chekhover vs Bondarevsky, 1945
FellowChessPlayer: 47..Qg7 it's a win for white Draw after 55. Kg4
   Sep-17-20 L Forgacs vs J Mieses, 1904 (replies)
FellowChessPlayer: 29..Bf7 turns a draw into a loss. Bg6 is the correct move. 34. bxa6 turns a won game into a draw. The winning move is c6. 45..a5 turns a draw into a loss. And somehow it ends in a draw?!
   Sep-14-20 Nimzowitsch vs Alekhine, 1927
FellowChessPlayer: 18..Nxe4 trades a knight for two pawns and now black is losing. 37..Qd4 allows a queen trade. From this point on the game is a complete loss. Engine hits tablebases and shows a win for black.
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