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King Sacrificer
Member since Sep-06-11 · Last seen Feb-05-20
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   King Sacrificer has kibitzed 740 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-09-16 P Ricardi vs N V Pedersen, 2004 (replies)
King Sacrificer: Black's defence was impressive indeed. I think game continuation is not the solution for the puzzle as a missed draw was mentioned here: <ToTheDeath: 40...hxg3 draws according to Rybka, the main point being 41.fxg3 Kg6! 42.c7 Qb2+ 43. Kh3 Qa1! and the threat of Qh1+ gives
   Apr-06-16 0 (replies)
King Sacrificer: World Peace is nothing more than an American basketball player.
   Apr-04-16 F Garcia Lechugo vs L Elamri, 2004 (replies)
King Sacrificer: <The Kings Domain: …Nice attacking play by white. I like how he sacrifices a few pawns to gain a good, decisive attack on black's kingside.> It looks more like black's blunders turning a won game into a lost one.
   Mar-30-16 Paulsen vs Von Scheve, 1887 (replies)
King Sacrificer: What was the idea behind <21. f4>?
   Mar-19-16 A Moiseenko vs B Thorfinnsson, 2011 (replies)
King Sacrificer: <yadasampati: I got the first move Rxg6 within 15 seconds, purely by intuition. Not the first time by the way: our subconscious mind is capable of solving problems without the "traditional" computations of our conscious mind. In this respect, I would like to refer to ...
   Mar-17-16 Abdel Irada chessforum (replies)
   Mar-17-16 R Leitao vs F de Cresce El Debs, 2010 (replies)
King Sacrificer: <al wazir: My move was 23. Bg3. I'm pretty sure it wins after the discovered check in all variations. Here's one: 23...Qxg3 24. e5+ Kg7 25. exf6+ Kh8 26. f7 Rf8 27. e7> What about <23. Bg3 Qxe4> ? I was stuck after many attempts to make <23. Rxf6 Kxf6 24. ...
   Feb-07-14 L G L Copp vs R Kerr, 1944 (replies)
King Sacrificer: <sasajib: Hello, I am new in chess..Can please anyone help me what's wrong with 6.Nxf7?> Some kind of Traxler Counter-attack with 6...Bxf2 followed by 7...0-0 draws. Still not a bad idea though.
   Feb-05-14 Gligoric vs Fischer, 1961 (replies)
King Sacrificer: <morfishine> Agreed. And there is "Hanging Pieces of Baburin".
   Jan-31-14 V Mikenas vs Flohr, 1933 (replies)
King Sacrificer: Seeing <19...Qxb5!> after <19. Qa3> is harder than the puzzle itself.
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