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Guguni
Member since May-17-07 · Last seen Sep-05-11
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   Guguni has kibitzed 62 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-17-11 Bird vs G MacDonnell, 1882 (replies)
 
Guguni: I think it is 31...Q:c4. Because if the move in the text is correct then 32 Bf6#
 
   May-09-10 Botvinnik vs N Bakulin, 1967
 
Guguni: If 30...N:e3+ then 31 R:c6 N:e2 32 Rc2 and the black knight is trapped and lost. In the end white ends up simply exchanging a knight and queen for the bishop and queen of the white in a position where the black is one full rook behind. Not playable.
 
   Feb-10-10 Deep Junior vs Deep Fritz, 2001 (replies)
 
Guguni: what is that 70. Rc6?
 
   Nov-07-09 E J Gausel vs T Ernst, 1992 (replies)
 
Guguni: what if black plays 26... R:e2 before taking the knight on h2 thus offering a rook nd a pawn for two knights? Although the white rook ends up on the second rank the dangerous attacking force of knights are dealt with and I don't see any immediate dangers from the white rook.
 
   Oct-01-09 Anderssen vs Hirschfeld, 1860 (replies)
 
Guguni: If 25. Kf2 then ...g3+ 26. Kg1(if Kf1 then g2+)Re1+ 27.R:e1 R:e1+ 28. Bf1 g2 and the whites are finished.
 
   Sep-22-09 E Williams vs Staunton, 1851 (replies)
 
Guguni: what if 36... N:a2? Black pawns seem pretty dangerous.
 
   May-13-09 Bisguier vs A Fuderer, 1955 (replies)
 
Guguni: I do not see the continuation after 29. Q:b3 R:a1.
 
   Mar-27-09 T Fogarasi vs N Medvegy, 2003 (replies)
 
Guguni: What if 17...Kh6?
 
   Mar-16-09 H High vs Keene, 1964 (replies)
 
Guguni: 15... Bd7 was unnecessary. This whole combination could have played out one move earlier.
 
   Feb-13-09 Piket vs Gulko, 1990 (replies)
 
Guguni: 22 Q:f7+ K:f7 23. Ng5+ Kg8 24 Bc4+ Kh8 25 Nf7+ Kg8 26 N:d8+ Kh8 27 Ne6! Qa5 28 b4 N:b4 29 d8Q R:d8 30 R:d8+ Q: d8 (otherwise white checkmates) 31 N:d8.
 
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