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   JamesMazur2 has kibitzed 30 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-31-12 Deep Blue vs Kasparov, 1997 (replies)
JamesMazur2: <Zahl> Try 60. ...Kd5. 61. Rc7 Ke4 62. b5 Rb1 63. c4 Kxf5 64. Rxg7 e4 65. Re7 Rb4 66. Rc7 Ke5 67. Kh4 e3 68. Kg3 Kd4 69. Kf3 Rb2 70. b6 Rxb6 71. Rd7+ Kxc4 72. Kxe3 Rb2 73. Kf3 Rb5 74. Kf4 Kc5 75. Rd3 Kc6 76. g3 Re5 77. Rd1 Ra5 78. h4 Rb5 79. Rd4 Rc5 80. Rd3 Ra5 81. Rd2 Ra3
   Nov-05-09 Fischer vs Tal, 1959 (replies)
JamesMazur2: <ChessYouGood> Wow, you are a complete racist...
   Oct-31-09 M Ronteltap / Allies vs R Barber / Allies, 2006 (replies)
JamesMazur2: I am not a hundred percent convinced yet that this game is a draw. About 90, though. Rybka came up with one line where the a-pawn and a kingside pawn were traded for black's two kingside pawns. White could win the endgame. However, I accidentally lost the line...So I'm not sure ...
   Oct-29-09 Tal vs Lutikov, 1964 (replies)
JamesMazur2: Amazing opening by Tal! His first 11 moves are all preferred by Rybka! The first deviation is 12. Qa3 (Rybka suggests 12. Qb5), though the move actually played is not bad.
   Oct-24-09 Larry Evans vs Reshevsky, 1963 (replies)
JamesMazur2: I played a strangely similar game at one point. I was about to win and then I fell into the same trap. I allowed a perpetual rook check, where capture would mean stalemate. Otherwise, I had mate in one.
   Sep-29-09 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
JamesMazur2: <Phony Benoni> Thank you.
   Sep-03-09 Nimzowitsch vs Systemsson, 1927 (replies)
JamesMazur2: 2 comments: First, note the annotation on 5...Qb6. 5...Nc6 is actually a plenty good move. In fact, White should not respond 6. Bb5 becuase Black has 6...Qa5+, winning the bishop. Second, White's opening is not as amazing as the person annotating claims. Black wins with ...
   Aug-26-09 Ivanchuk vs Grischuk, 2009 (replies)
JamesMazur2: In response to Primoman, if 30...Qd8 is played, White can respond 31. Qa1+. Black then has 7 possible responses: 31...Qf6 32. Qxf6+ and Black loses. 31...Nd4. White can play either 32. Qxd4+ or 32. Nxd4, winning the knight for free. 31...Kg8 32. Nf6+ with a strong attack on ...
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