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Kasparovsky5
Member since Sep-12-11 · Last seen Jul-23-13
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   Kasparovsky5 has kibitzed 16 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-18-11 Ahues vs Alekhine, 1936 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: Dear colleague fgh: After 32.Qxf1 Alekhine mates in one of two ways, i.e. ...,Nxe3 or ...,Nb2 (Not ...,Nc2).
 
   Oct-05-11 Anderssen vs Zukertort, 1871
 
Kasparovsky5: 25. ...,Rd-f8. 26.a4,e5. 27.Bxb7+,Kxb7. 28.a5,e4 29.axb6,a6. 30.Qd5 ,exf3. 31.bxc7+,Ka8 (...,Kc8. 32.Rb8+!!,Nxb8. 33.cxb8=R mate). 32.Qxd7,Ne7. 33.c8=Q+!!,Rxc8. 34.Qb7 mate. This is a good argument for Zukertort's: 25. ...
 
   Oct-03-11 Rubinstein vs Saemisch, 1925 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: I don't agree with bengalcat47 since he repeated the mistake previously made by the Late Hans Kmoch. Rubinstein's plan is the correct one: 40.Re8!!,Rd7.41.e4 (The reason behind Rubi's 40.Re8 i.e. to defend the afore-mentioned pawn thrust) followed by Rh8+!!,Nxh8.Qxh8+ with a ...
 
   Sep-26-11 Alekhine vs Ovsiannikov/Ukhtomsk, 1913 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: Alekhine (Undoubtedly playing quickly)overlooked a mate in two, i.e. 39.Rd-f7+,Rxc8.40.R3-f6#
 
   Sep-24-11 Von Zabern vs Blackburne, 1880
 
Kasparovsky5: Blackburne had: 27. ...,Rh1!!.28.Nxh1,Qg2+.29.Ke3,Qe2+.30.Kd4,Qe4+!!(qui- cker than:...,Rd8+).30.Kc5,Bf8#.
 
   Sep-23-11 Steinitz vs Lasker, 1896 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: Steinitz had: 28.Bxh7 (Threatening:29.Bg6+,Kg8.30.Rh8#),Re7. 29.Be4+,Kg8.30.Rh8+,Kf7.31.R1h7+,Ke8.32.Bg6+,Rf7- .33.Bxf7+ mating.
 
   Sep-23-11 E R Lundin vs Botvinnik, 1946 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: 53.Rc1,Bd4+.54.Kf1,f3!!.55.Rxg4,Rh1+.56.Rg1,Rxg1- # is the nicest end !!
 
   Sep-23-11 Nimzowitsch vs J Mieses, 1926 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: Prettier and quicker is: 41.Qe6+,Kd8. 42.Rf7,Qxd3.43.Qe7+,Kc7.44.Qxc5+,Kd8. 45.Qg5+,Kc7.46.Qa5 mate
 
   Sep-22-11 de Riviere vs Chigorin, 1883
 
Kasparovsky5: The move 48.Bc5? cost White the game.
 
   Sep-20-11 Fischer vs C Bielicki, 1960 (replies)
 
Kasparovsky5: Fischer had a quick KO with: 38.Re1+ and 39.Re6, but it seems that he preferred the simpler win.
 
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