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   JohnSilver has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-13-06 Women's World Championship Knockout Tournament (2006) (replies)
JohnSilver: <keypusher> Yes, indeed. I like 31.♖:g6: after the exchange sacrifice the bishops pair is extremely strong, the ♗a3 and ♘a6 are out of play. If 32...♕:g6, then probably 33.f3.
   Mar-13-06 Elisabeth Paehtz (replies)
JohnSilver: See also
   Nov-07-05 Eljanov vs Morozevich, 2005 (replies)
JohnSilver: 44. ♘d7! threating ♖c8 wins for White. If 44...♖e4+ then 45.♗:e4 ♗a3+ 46.♔e8 ♗:f8 47.♕:f8 .
   Nov-07-05 Aronian vs Ivanchuk, 2005 (replies)
JohnSilver: What about 31...♕:d2 32.♖:d2 ♗c3? After 33.♖d7 b6 34.♖:a7 ♗:b4 is there anything for Black to complain about?
   Sep-07-05 Spassky vs Larsen, 1968 (replies)
JohnSilver: One has to keep in mind that Spassky led by +3=1 to that moment. Larsen's fighting spirit is remarkable.
   Jul-02-05 Jobava vs Carlsen, 2005 (replies)
JohnSilver: An incredible game! Probably Magnus should take the bishop 21.N:g2.
   Jul-02-05 Karpov vs Short, 1992
JohnSilver: If 26. ...Rc2? then 27.Re8+ Kh7 28.Q:c2 Q:c2 29.Bd3+.
   Jul-02-05 Motylev vs M Parligras, 2005 (replies)
JohnSilver: A quite impressive win by Alexander Motylev. This line of B30 is very complicated (at least for me), so I have no idea where Black went wrong. After the 15th move Black is three(!) pawns up, but white bishops are very strong, black pieces are undeveloped and white wins further ...
   Jul-02-05 Anand vs Leko, 2003 (replies)
JohnSilver: If 45. ...Re7 then 46.R:e7+ K:e7 47.Bg5+ Kd7 48.B:d8 K:d8 49.f3 : White wins e4-Pawn, exchanges on a6 a pair of pawns, and since black king has to capture the white pawn on a6 white king has enough time to capture black ...
   Jul-01-05 N Kosintseva vs V Kryvoruchko, 2005
JohnSilver: If 12...Qc6(8) then 13.Nd5 fg? 14.Rf7
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