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Goldrider
Member since Aug-21-13 · Last seen Apr-08-21
I enjoy looking at classic tactical open games with bold sacrifices. I also have an online archive of Chess variants and other abstract games: https://samiam.org/ZoG

   Goldrider has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Jan-22-21 Tarrasch vs C Kelz, 1890
 
Goldrider: 21...♔xf7? 22. ♕f6+ ♔e8 23. ♖d8#
 
   Jan-21-21 Steinitz vs R Gray, 1872
 
Goldrider: The only move played by Steinitz in this miniature which Stockfish feels is inaccurate is 12. ♗c5!?. Stockfish feels this is weaker than 12. ♖ae1 ; after 12. ♗c5!? ♕d7! 13. ♖ad1 ♘ge7 the game is unclear. All of the other moves by Steinitz are ...
 
   Jan-06-21 Fischer vs Peil, 1964
 
Goldrider: This is the only game where black plays 10. ... Ne7, but there are a few other games where black inaccurately defends with 9. ...Nxe4. After 10. Re1, black’s best move is probably d6, which is followed by white playing 11. Qa4+ or 11. Nxe5. After 11. Rxe4 in the game played here, ...
 
   Oct-26-18 Blackburne vs A Steinkuehler, 1862 (replies)
 
Goldrider: Black’s first mistake here is 18 ... gxf6? ; the game was even or slightly favorable to Black until this mistake. My previous analysis was in error; Qxd3, Qe3, and Qh4 all avoid mate. Qxd3 is, however, Black’s best continuation, but even here Black is hopelessly lost: 21... Qxd3 ...
 
   Oct-26-18 Fischer vs Fine, 1963 (replies)
 
Goldrider: First of all, there has been much discussion about whether 17. Qb2 or other moves (besides the 17. Qg3 that was played) are good. According to Stockfish, 17. Qg3! is the best move, forcing mate in eight moves (e.g. 17. Qg3 Qe7 18. Rxe7 d6 19. Rxf7 Ke8 20. Qf3 Bc3 21. Re1+ Bxe1 22.
 
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