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Member since Dec-10-06 · Last seen Aug-13-08
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   Maz has kibitzed 8 times to chessgames  
   Apr-13-08 I Marinkovic vs B Abramovic, 1991 (replies)
Maz: i win. but it looks like it only wins a pawn after bxg2 rxg2 qf3 qc1 rxd3 bxd3 qxd3.
   Jan-31-08 Larsen vs Tal, 1984 (replies)
Maz: after nf3+ qxf3 qxf3 rxg7 kf8 rf1 qxf1 kxf1 black plays rd8 followed by rxd3. e2 and rd1 is a huge threat. i don't think black is losing there, probably he's winning. but not as clear or simple as e2.
   Jan-09-08 Capablanca vs R Raubitschek, 1906 (replies)
Maz: i solved this puzzle drunk. my thought process was "take da pawn." i recommend this method to any beginners on the server.
   Nov-01-07 Geller vs Furman, 1959 (replies)
Maz: nd7 looks fine too cause if rxd7 nxd7 qxd7 nxb6 qc7 nxc8 qxc8, black's knight is out of play and the b pawn looks winning
   Sep-30-07 Gheorghiu vs Watson, 1980 (replies)
Maz: this puzzle is kinda dumb because there is nothing worth playing at all except rxe4. you have to keep attacking or you're going to be down material for nothing. and it's pretty clear from a glance that rxe4 is probably safe because so many of white's pieces are hanging. if this were my ...
   Mar-24-07 H Bohm vs A Kochyev, 1977 (replies)
Maz: cause of Kg2 then Kf3
   Dec-26-06 J Stocek vs V Eingorn, 1998 (replies)
Maz: rxe4 rd8 and then what? why not nd7 first followed by rxe4 then if black tries rd8 to pin the knight, rxe6 tactics should win
   Dec-20-06 G Welling vs V Eingorn, 2006 (replies)
Maz: if he ever tries f5, leave the e pawn where it is. for example hxg4 h5 f5 h6 (he can throw in f4+ kf2 here, doesn't matter if he does or not) kf6 e5+ and one of them promotes.
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