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Lashab
Member since Dec-02-11 · Last seen May-01-12
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   Lashab has kibitzed 13 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-18-12 Prince Dadian vs Boutourlin, 1883 (replies)
 
Lashab: Qh5 was a mistake, but engine picks it up as at least a drawing combination. Bh6+ was the real road to victory for White. And someone said that at move 17, black could draw with Bc5, which is a nonsense. From move 13, it was just a forced mate. But black could draw on move 12 with ...
 
   Mar-14-12 Prince Andrey Dadian of Mingrelia (replies)
 
Lashab: Hm... I am Georgian and I have never heard of "Mingrelia"... It's - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mingre... Samegrelo/Samargalo or Megrelia, Mingrelia (Georgian: სამეგრე&- #4314;ო Samegrelo; Mingrelian: ...
 
   Mar-06-12 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
 
Lashab: Some people like <Open Defence> and <offramp> criticize Fischer's 7.b4 because for them it seems it's old and antipositional... The Houdini evaluation after 7. b4 is -0.07, that means White has given up a bit(0.05) of advantage but is still fine, it's an equal position...
 
   Mar-04-12 Morphy vs James Thompson, 1859 (replies)
 
Lashab: Thompson made 2 major mistakes which equalized the game. And one more which was fatal. Morphy made no mistakes, although in mistakes I consider moves that are more than 0.30 evaluation points from the Houdini recommendation.
 
   Mar-04-12 Fischer vs Spassky, 1992 (replies)
 
Lashab: According to Houdini, Fischer made no mistakes in this game. Spassky made two major ones. For some people, who criticize Spassky - game is nearly equal till 17.Kc6 Perhaps on 1-2 occasions Houdini would have played a slightly better move, but strength of Fischer's move is pretty ...
 
   Feb-23-12 NN vs Morphy, 1850 (replies)
 
Lashab: Checked this game with engine. Morphy's all moves are approved(maybe with 0.2 difference) by engine till the move 19 as Vinpi pointed out. Then he had easier wins but opted to go into middle-game.
 
   Feb-14-12 Fischer vs Geller, 1967 (replies)
 
Lashab: Engine just insists on 20. Rh5, with 0.00 evaluation. 20. a3 is obviously a blunder. 21. Rh5 here is also considered good by engine... 22. Qg4 correct. 23. Rxf6 was blunder, Rh5 was best, but then again, white is -2.46 now with best play...
 
   Feb-14-12 Carlsen vs A Giri, 2011 (replies)
 
Lashab: Mistakes start from 19.Rd1, before that engine considers Carlsen's moves as best... 20. Ng5 is another inaccuracy. 21. Qb2 is last major blunder of the game. The evaluation is -4.72 now... But Giri made slight inaccuracy with Qxg5, better was Na4...
 
   Dec-11-11 Loewenthal vs Morphy, 1858 (replies)
 
Lashab: I wondered why 27. Rxf7 wasn't played by Lowenthal. Then looked at the variations and it's a draw after the reply Rxf1+ and Kxf1. King gets chased up the board by Queen and it's perpetual. Then I checked through the engine and it's completely drawn position if white King recaptures. ...
 
   Dec-04-11 Morphy vs Maurian, 1866 (replies)
 
Lashab: <Keypusher> Well, I didn't put Knight odd in consideration for the engine. I chose as if it was equal when started. Bxe6 was in reality the strongest continuation I suppose, I check it now: Yap, engine still prefers Bxe6 because after pawn recaptures, queen check comes! With ...
 
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