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KingsPawns
Member since Jan-25-10 · Last seen Aug-01-16
Brazilian Chess Player.

   KingsPawns has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-17-15 Bondarevsky vs Bronstein, 1945 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: I've got 25... Qc4, that' all I can say. But in this defense line I would rather play 27... Qxa2 28 Ka4 Nxd5 29 Bxd5 Rd8
 
   Jan-15-15 Y Shulman vs B Finegold, 2013 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: 32...Rxf5 33.Qxf5 Rxg2+ is really thempting. But the Rook is useless. The power lies with the bishop and the knight.
 
   Jan-13-15 I Nei vs Petrosian, 1960 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Qg8 is like poetry. Bravo!
 
   Jan-09-15 Reti vs Capablanca, 1928 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Oh, the simplicity of the geniuses: 15.... O-O-O 16. Bxh8 Ne5 and ready to attack. Let's remember it's not second level chess... it's Reti and Capablanca we are talking about.
 
   Jan-07-15 V Cmilyte vs C Vinas Guerrero, 2005 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Black is doomed with a good for nothing Rook and a Queen that forgot to protect her King. But white needs a quick way to get to the King before Black can develop it's pieces into a better defense. And, with this in mind, Be6 is the way to go!
 
   Jan-06-15 B Thorfinnsson vs I Rogers, 2005 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: <CHESSTTCAMPS> 44... Qe4 is still a good move for black, but there's no forced checkmate. <ocf> explained it very well. Ra8+ prevents the early end of the match by forcing the black king to move to the "b" column, so that white can make a discover check with Kc2+, ...
 
   May-10-10 Andre Lilienthal (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Thank you for everything, GM Lilienthal. RIP.
 
   Mar-12-10 V Sozin vs P Romanovsky, 1925 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: 17... Bxd4 18. Rxd4 Qc3 19 R(d or a)d1 Nc5! Black Queen gotta go. White Queen takes the Bishop and the match.
 
   Feb-25-10 R G Hegde vs Palatnik, 1988 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Bg7, ok. 60. Kb6, Bd4 61. Kc6!? Bxa7 62 Kc7 Bb8 (Only) 63 Kb6 Bishop moves 64 Depending on where the bishop stands, the whit tower will threaten check-mate in a way to prevent the bishop to check the white king... I think white can still win
 
   Feb-04-10 K Aseev vs D de Vreugt, 2001 (replies)
 
KingsPawns: Ok, white wins with e5. But wouldn't it be easier to keep the protected white tower to give a hand?
 
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