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   Jedzz has kibitzed 43 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-17-15 Yanofsky vs L Joyner, 1965 (replies)
Jedzz: <Cheapo by the Dozen>, why take on f6 right away? None of black's pieces are going anywhere soon. You can win both the a- b-pawns by playing 33. Rb6.
   Jul-07-14 G Mazzoni vs J Minaya Molano, 1964 (replies)
Jedzz: <Herma48852: A little more challenging than the usual Monday: 30. Rg7 (threatening 31. Qxh7#) Bxg7 31. Qxg7# What would you classify this tactic, e.g. an attraction?> Since the only way to stop 31. Qxh7# is 30. ... Bxg7, deflecting the bishop away from its defense of the mating
   Jun-08-14 R Nezhmetdinov vs E Paoli, 1954 (replies)
Jedzz: <patzer2: <morfishine: "We interrupt this program..."> (a.k.a. in between move or zwischenzug), while ignoring the attack on two of <Nez's least favorite piece>s, to deflect the Queen with 21. b3!! and surprise Black with a mating attack.> How surprised could black ...
   May-26-14 L Gutman vs T Taylor, 1984 (replies)
Jedzz: 26. ... "Oh hey! Free pawn!"
   Jun-17-13 H Pfleger vs Z Domnitz, 1964 (replies)
Jedzz: <Stormbringer>, I thought of Rxc6 too. Black actually has no knight move, as even interposing to block the bishop allows Nd7#. However, black DOES have the ability to stop mate by moving the a-pawn, though he's still completely hosed.
   Jul-23-12 E Sigurdarson vs H Ragnarsson, 2011 (replies)
Jedzz: How easy was this puzzle? When my browser loads the CG site, I always see the top four rows (5-8) of the puzzle before I can scroll down and see the full board. So just by looking at the top four rows, I immediately knew 1. Qxh6+ was going to be the move before seeing where white's ...
   Jul-11-12 A Karpatchev vs R Oney, 2006 (replies)
Jedzz: <master of defence: Why not 7... Qxb2?> After 8. Rb1, black's queen will be forced out of play onto a3. It's a standard offering for black in some Sicillian lines, but he'd usually be foolish to take it
   Mar-19-12 sevenseaman chessforum (replies)
Jedzz: For today's puzzle, black forces the rook back and forth. Not for a draw, but a win. 1. ... Qf1+ 2. Rg1 Qf3+ 3. Rg2 Qd1+ 4. Rg1 Qxd5+ 5. Rg2 Qd1+ 6. Rg2 Qf3+ 7. Rg2 Rd1#
   Feb-06-12 Karjakin vs Aronian, 2012
Jedzz: <Gilmoy>, white is losing in that position, but mate is NOT "unstoppable", for 47. Ne2 does exactly that.
   Jan-09-12 Graf-Stevenson vs Semmler, 1932 (replies)
Jedzz: <dzechiel>, thanks for your awesome analysis as always. You don't know how relieved I was when I read your posting for this puzzle, because I found myself stuck for 4 or 5 minutes on the exact same lines you were. Until I finally noticed the open line created for the other rook,
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