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   Fischerfriend has kibitzed 36 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-07-21 A Schwarz vs Paulsen, 1880
Fischerfriend: 20..Ne4 is a cunning move. 21.Ne4: de 22.Qd6: Rd7! -+ White overlooked the other trap Paulsen had prepared: 21.Nb5:? ab 22.Qd4 Qf6! and if 23.Qb6:, recovering the piece, loses the Q after 23..Bh2:+ (as Honza Carvenka also pointed out in 2010, I see now.) Simple ...
   Dec-14-20 S Kristjansson vs G Quillan, 2005 (replies)
Fischerfriend: Strange moves! 5..Qg2: wins a pawn 7.b4 wins a piece
   Jun-24-20 Rublevsky vs Obukhov, 1994
Fischerfriend: 21..Rac8 has a point: 22.Qa7: Bd7! (taking away square e7 for the white Q and attacking Na4)with advantage, e.g. 23.Qa5 Ba4:! (24.Qa4: loses the Q) Ra8 with good play for black. So the a pawn is not for free!
   Mar-14-20 Beliavsky vs Huebner, 1981
Fischerfriend: Oeps, big mistake I just posted: I suggested 23.Bd3 Qa5, but that fails convincingly to 24.Bg6 mate! Better is as follows: Kovacevic - Marinovic 1979, there followed: 23.Bd3 Rg8 24.Qh6 Kd7 25.Qh7 Rg4! 26.Rf7 Qa3! and black won quickly.
   Dec-21-19 Short vs Timman, 1996 (replies)
Fischerfriend: 25.Nf4! was the best way out, because: 25.Kh1 Qe3+ 26.Kh1 Nd3 27.Rf1 only move, and now a. 27..Rf2 28.Ng3 Rf1:+! 29.Qf1: (29.Nf1:? leads to a famous mate) Nf2+ perpetual check. b. 27..Nf2+ 28.Rf2: Rf2: 29.Ng3 Ra2: and will have a tough job, drawing.
   Sep-14-19 J A Curdo vs Kudrin, 1998
Fischerfriend: Let me correct my variations from 2 eears ago: + In variation b1. 29.Bf4 is an alternative. After 29.Bf4 Be4: 30.Bg5:+ Kh7 (not 30..Kg5: 31.Qg5:+ Bg6 32.f4+ etc.) 31.Qf3! Be5+ 32.g3 Rac8 black is on top. In the variation I gave in 2017, with 29.Rh4+ , black had better play ...
   May-04-19 T Barnes vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
Fischerfriend: 38.Rb5! gave white the better game, at least a draw was feasible: a. 38..c5 39.h5+ Kh7 40.Rb8 a4 41.Rff8! g6 42.Rf7+ Bg7 43.Rbb7 +- b. 38..h5! 39.Rg5+ Kf6 40.Rbg7: a4 a3 42.R2g6+ Kf7 43.Rc6 Rd2 44.Ra6 a2 = or 40..c4 c3 42.Rc7 c2 43.Ra5: or 43.Rc2: =
   Oct-30-18 E Paehtz vs S Bezgodova, 2014 (replies)
Fischerfriend: Something funny going on: In the final position black is a rook down in a very simplified endgame. How can this be a draw?!
   Oct-30-18 Vermeulen vs Akohangas, 1948
Fischerfriend: 22..Ka8 would have won easily, I thought for a while. But then it dawned to me: 23.Qb3 Rb8 24.Qb8:+! Rb8: 25.Rb8:+ Kb8: 26.Nd7:+ and white is a piece ahead, in stead of a rook behind!
   Sep-19-18 L Schmid vs J Kristinsson, 1970
Fischerfriend: The same game as Jansa-Martens, also included here, until 21.Rf4, where Martens played Bf7 and won, much later. Allthough should be a little better, it is hard to find a good plan.
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