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   Mateo has kibitzed 8307 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-15-21 Leonhardt vs Rubinstein, 1911
Mateo: From move 10 until move 25, Rubinstein played like a computer. The only questionable move seems to be 33...b3 instaed of 33...Rxa5.
   Sep-10-21 E Cohn vs Rotlewi, 1911
Mateo: 34...Qe5?? was the turning point. Black had to play 34...Qg3 with some advantage. After 34...Qe5?? 35.Nb6 White is suddenly winning since 35...Rc6 fails to 35...Rxd4 Rxb6 36.Rd5.
   Sep-06-21 H Fahrni vs Nimzowitsch, 1911 (replies)
Mateo: 18.Qe2? was a blunder.
   Aug-24-21 Schlechter vs Teichmann, 1912
Mateo: There must be something wrong with the score of this game. 23.Bxd1 loses a pawn after 23...Bxc4. But on the other hand, if White playes 23.Kxd1, then 24.Kc3 would be impossible.
   Aug-05-21 Tarrasch vs Capablanca, 1911
Mateo: 26 ... Qd6? lets slip the advantage. 26 ... Qc8 maintained the tension in favor of Black. White was left with two major problems: the isolated pawn on d4 and the Knight on h4.
   Aug-03-21 S Martinovic vs Carlsen, 2021
Mateo: < GlennOliver> I do agree, although computers may think in a different way.
   Jul-17-21 Schlechter vs Janowski, 1911
Mateo: 21.Bxf5 22.Re1 Qc5 23.b4 Qb5 24.Qg5 Qc6 25.Re3 Bd7 26.Bxg7 Kxg7 27.Qf6+ Kg8 28.Qf7+ Kh8 29.Qf6+ Kg8=.
   Jul-02-21 Tarrasch vs J N Berger, 1889
Mateo: The seemingly obvious 46.b5+? throws away the win (46.f4 should win), although it was not easy to foresee Black had a way to draw with 51...Ke3! instead of 51...Ke5? Another interesting variation is 50.Kd6 Kc3 ! 51.Ke7 Kd3 52.Kxf7 Ke3 53.Kxg7 Kf2, draw.
   Jun-12-21 Panno vs H Camara, 1972
Mateo: 69...Qe7 70.Rxf8+! wins.
   Jun-04-21 Andersson vs L Christiansen, 1982
Mateo: Black resigns before 44...Kh4 (44...Kg4 45.Rxf5! gxf5 46.Qg2+) 45.Rxf5! gxf5 46.Qh1+ Kg3(4) 47.Qg1+.
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