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Jakob52
Member since Aug-23-13 · Last seen Jan-29-14
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   Jakob52 has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Oct-31-13 W Tabakiernik vs Keene, 1963 (replies)
 
Jakob52: Maybe 16.Bxf7 is playable too? If 16...Rxf7 then Ra8 hangs so it's best for black to play Kh8. Then 17.Bg5.
 
   Oct-24-13 J Robertson vs E Williams, 1841 (replies)
 
Jakob52: I know it doesn't look good for white, but why not try 26. exf7?
 
   Sep-27-13 Nakamura vs Kramnik, 2010 (replies)
 
Jakob52: Why not 20 ... Ne3+? And then take the rook on g4 if white doesn't take the knight with the queen?
 
   Sep-02-13 Anand vs Ftacnik, 1993 (replies)
 
Jakob52: But Jimfromprovidence, why should black play Na4? Why not Ne4? Then he blocks the e-file. If bishop takes then the pawn will block the file. White queen can check at c4 but black queen or the bishop can block it.
 
   Aug-23-13 W Bialas vs Schwarz, 1953 (replies)
 
Jakob52: I know Ng5 is probably best. But what about: 16 Nxf7? It could go like this: ...Rxf7 17. Qd4, which is a mate threat, so black has to put the bishop or the queen in between (Be5 or Qe5). If Be5 then pawn takes the bishop and the rook will threaten the queen. It all seems like black ...
 
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