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Honey Blend
Member since Jun-22-14 · Last seen Jan-19-22
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   Honey Blend has kibitzed 162 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-13-22 P Dubinin vs Veresov, 1940 (replies)
Honey Blend: I think White can also get away with 36. ♖xg7+ ♕xg7 37. ♗h3 [DIAGRAM] He will be an exchange down and the position is quite ugly, but the fight will be far from over.
   Jan-12-22 J Schulten vs Saint-Amant, 1842 (replies)
Honey Blend: Morphy's Law - Anything that can be sacrificed <must> be sacrificed.
   Jan-09-22 D Barua vs D K Johansen, 1988 (replies)
Honey Blend: <Brenin: I am due a cataract operation soon> Sorry to hear that, hoping for your successful operation and recovery. I didn't go too deep with regards to the nuances between 25. ... Qxa4, Qxc2 and Qxe4, I simply went with Qxe4 because it's a centralizing move, attacks e2 ...
   Jan-05-22 G Ravinsky vs Panov, 1943 (replies)
Honey Blend: Black can try holding on with 25. ... ♕xc2 26. ♕xg7 ♘g6 27. ♗g5 ♖c7 [DIAGRAM] This should hold all the pressure on e7.
   Dec-31-21 M Barth Stanford vs D Hassabis, 1997 (replies)
Honey Blend: Even 25. ♘f5! immediately is brutal. If 25. ... ♕xf5 26. ♘e7+ with a royal fork, and the only reasonable defense 25. ... g6 walks into 26. ♘de7+ ♔h8 27. ♕g5 +-, which pretty much leads into a similar mating attack as in the game. [DIAGRAM] The
   Dec-25-21 G Orlov vs Glek, 1987 (replies)
Honey Blend: I might have played 10. ♗g5 or even 10. h4 to stop ... ♕h4 threats. White also has 10. ♗f3 to block the open f-file. The position is slightly favorable for Black but I don't see a straightforward win here.
   Dec-17-21 Savon vs Gurgenidze, 1971 (replies)
Honey Blend: 32. ... ♘c3+ looks winning as well, forcing White to play 33. ♔a1 (if 33. ♔c1? ♘a4+ 34. ♔d2 ♕xb2+ 35. ♕c2 ♕xc2#) ♘xd1 34. ♕xd1 ♖xh7, and White cannot recapture the ♖ because of ... ♗d4. This puts Black the exchange and two pawns ahead with a strong ...
   Dec-16-21 Y Zimmerman vs Z Erdelyi, 2001 (replies)
Honey Blend: I went with 17. ♗e2 intending ♗xh5, and Black has to rush making some space for the King to escape with 17. ... ♖fe8 18. ♗xh5 ♖xe7 19. ♗g4+ ♔g8 20. ♗xe7, but wait...the f8 square is covered anyway. I don't see the Black King going ...
   Nov-19-21 V Makogonov vs Flohr, 1942 (replies)
Honey Blend: Maybe 40. ... ♖g6 would have held longer, but it's not like e5 will be easy to defend. White would then play 41. ♗b4 threatening ♗a5 to laser-point d8 or even just the straightforward ♕d8+.
   Nov-18-21 A Zatonskih vs G Kacheishvili, 2011 (replies)
Honey Blend: 29. ... ♖xe3 30. fxe3 ♕f2+ 31. ♔h1 ♘e1 looks really sneaky: [DIAGRAM] White's ♗ needs to keep an eye on g2. If 32. ♖xe1 ♗xf1 with mate to follow. If 32. ♕xb5 ♕f3+ 33. ♔g1 ♕xe3+ 34. ♔h2 ♗e5+ and ...
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