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Kiril Simeonovski
Member since Aug-09-09 · Last seen Nov-16-19
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   Kiril Simeonovski has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-01-13 T Nyback vs M Matthiesen, 2003 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: <abuzic: <Kiril Simeonovski: . Note that White cannot take the pawn on d4 since Black Queen on d2 defends the pawn.> White can sham sac his B on e5; after 34.Qc4+ Kh8 35.Be5+ Ng7 <35...Rxe5 36.Qc8+ Re8 37.Qxe8#> 36.Bxg7+ Kh7 now white can take d4 with ...
   Sep-04-12 Chess Olympiad (2012) (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: Today we defeated Italy 2.5-1.5 to keep chances for achieving the best result ever at the Chess Olympiads (11th place). Difficult match against the United States in Round 8 tomorrow, but it doesn't seem hopeless with a good play as we did it today. I also have a friend ...
   Jan-28-12 G Guseinov vs G Sargissian, 2011 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: Practically it's not hard to see 33.Qxe6+ and the idea behind the mate on the 8th rank, but the key move here is 36.Kg2. If white played 36. Kh2, then Black could win a rook for the queen by playing 36...Qd6+ and would have a safer ending with 2R against R+B.
   Dec-18-11 G Gauglitz vs C Horvath, 1987 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: First I went with 43...Qc2+ immediately, but white queen controlling the f2 square was blocking my combination. My second alternative was 43...e5 and after few minutes of problems in my calculations, I found all the winning positions.
   Dec-08-11 Carlsen vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: This should be game of the day and not Anand's poor game against Nakamura. Very instructive game with simple line in the opening, clear plan in the middlegame, and a beautiful sacrifice to rip up black's King position.
   Dec-07-11 Anand vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: It's a playable draw until move 40 and the "poisoned a-pawn" that Vishy unfortunately took and gave the initiative to Naka. What would have happened if he played 40.Rd3 is probably a smooth drawish position. However, after move 40 it's not a decisive advantage for Naka and
   Nov-27-11 Naumkin vs Rozentalis, 1988 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: This was pretty easy for a Sunday puzzle.
   Aug-26-11 Marciniak vs H Dobosz, 1973 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: This seems to be very easy for a Friday puzzle.
   Jul-04-11 Fischer vs E Travis, 1964 (replies)
Kiril Simeonovski: Reply to kevins55555: By playing 21...Bh8 Black holds the position two moves longer, since now white mates after 22.Rxg5 Qxg5 23.Qxg5+ Kh7 24.Qh6+ Kg8 and 25.Ne7#.
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