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   Muttley101 has kibitzed 209 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-07-21 Curacao Candidates (1962) (replies)
Muttley101: <Allanur>, the Soviets actually admitted they colluded to try to stop Fischer winning the candidates with a draw pact between Keres, Petrosian and Geller. The evidence was published some years ago. Whether it was a cast iron plan or not is irrelevant. Fischer's point was ...
   Dec-27-20 G Kochetkov vs Landa, 1995 (replies)
Muttley101: Thanks for posting that, <RandomVisitor> 18. Bh7 is a good example of taking pawns that open lines to the benefit of the opponent, but it is good to see the concrete lines that back up it being a key decision point here.
   Dec-25-20 A Brkic vs B Kalezic, 2016 (replies)
Muttley101: I also don't see an obvious pun here, but it doesn't lessen the appropriateness of the title for the game.
   Dec-03-20 V Makogonov vs Botvinnik, 1940 (replies)
Muttley101: <al wazir: <Honza Cervenka: 44.f7 can be a candidate as well.> Or 44. Qxd4.> 44. Q:d4 Q:d4+ 45 any g:f6 0-1
   Nov-30-20 Hort vs Judit Polgar, 1987 (replies)
Muttley101: <HeMateMe: Age 11 this game? Against a top 20 GM? That's a mighty wind from Hungary!> I played in the one-day quickplay at the annual Biel tournament in (iirc) 1987, and there was this little girl in a white dress with long hair and ribbons in it. She was on top board. She ...
   Nov-14-20 Kramnik vs Beliavsky, 1993 (replies)
Muttley101: Thanks <Brenin>. This one is one of the hardest I've seen in recent times (starts at move 39): Caruana vs Carlsen, 2018 But endgames with multiple passed pawns are just crazy. There are a lot of great examples. Karpov winning with his pawns only on one side of the board ...
   Nov-09-20 Bakhmatov vs Tseitlin, 2007
Muttley101: MKD: <<Muttley> I fully agree that 10.f3 was just a waste of time, or a tempo if you like. But what should be the right continuation? 10.h3 or 10.Bb3?> Sorry, just seen your post and question. I would play 10. Bb3 on the grounds "it is the Velimirovic attack". That's
   Oct-04-20 Tigran L Petrosian (replies)
Muttley101: One condition, though. The bull's milk is certified as genuine by the arbiter, Tigran L Petrosian.
   Sep-23-20 St. Louis Rapid & Blitz (2020) (replies)
Muttley101: <<<Muttley101> So sad to see that your parrot seems to have contracted some sort of avian flu and that you seem to have contracted it from him. I hope that it is not terminal. Did you take proper precautions (masks, social distancing, hand washing, etc.?) prior to ...
   Sep-04-20 M Levin vs Savon, 1959 (replies)
Muttley101: <Brenin: ... I think it is very plausible that the score is wrong, and that 30 ... Qf4 was played, rather than 30 ... Qf5. That would explain two apparent blunders on successive moves by Black and White. After 30 ... Qf4, White's position is hopeless.> I agree, Brenin. When
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