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Hudson Hawk
Member since Dec-05-05 · Last seen Sep-27-06
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   Hudson Hawk has kibitzed 37 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-13-06 T Kilpi vs Taimanov, 1996 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <Nostalgia> Thanks for the lowdown, he's on his way to my ignore list.
 
   Mar-29-06 Boleslavsky vs Teschner, 1960 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <Ashram64: it would be such a different ballgame if black recapture the first white rook with Bxe8... serious blunder> Agreed. In general it's always best to avoid lining your queen up on the same file as an enemy rook, especially an open one. And on the other side of the ...
 
   Mar-24-06 Keres vs Gligoric, 1959 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: I'm such a slacker I took the Knight for Rook exchange win and was happy with that.
 
   Mar-23-06 Kasimdzhanov vs Judit Polgar, 2005 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <Counterpoint> Good analysis. That's pretty much what I saw. I solved this one (after missing the last two) and the line I calculated for my solution was actually the Qg6 variation since the queen recapture seemed almost like a blunder as it immediately loses queen for ...
 
   Mar-02-06 S Khodzhibekov vs Korchnoi, 1956 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <Richerby> In the Kc1 line I saw QxR, and after PxQ then Ra1 skewers the King and Queen. Even if white declines the Q sac black wins a rook either way.
 
   Feb-10-06 Larry Evans vs Uhlmann, 1971 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <PizzatheHut> My vote if black plays 36. ...Qf2 would simply be to take the h-pawn with the bishop. I don't see too may viable responses for black in that situation. The best endgames black could hope for leave white with 3 additional pawns (two of them passed) favor ...
 
   Feb-06-06 A Niedermayer vs P Haba, 1996 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <prinsillan/cogano> I incorrectly went with the Bishop capture too. But it does put White up a second pawn and gives him a solid advantage going into the endgame (but not as much as a full knight and pawn).
 
   Jan-30-06 B Avrukh vs D Rodriguez Perez, 2005
 
Hudson Hawk: I can't find info on it, but I'd be inclined to say that Black was out of time, especially since White hung his rook on that last move.
 
   Jan-30-06 Gorkytown vs Spassky, 1968 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <I'm guessing that White's Queen would shuffle between g6 and h6 to force the draw?> Yeah, White has to use the perpetual or it's mate the other way. And sending the king the other direction on move 31 loses for Black.
 
   Jan-30-06 Lagno vs S Shepeleva, 2001 (replies)
 
Hudson Hawk: <dkulesh: 36 rxe6 rxe6 37bf5, can black avoid mate?> After 37 ...Rxf6 I don't see a mating threat, I see white down a almost a full rook.
 
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