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Muttley101
Member since Aug-18-16 · Last seen Jan-23-23
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   Muttley101 has kibitzed 273 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-10-23 A Greenfeld vs Polgar, 1989 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <generror: I initially thought: Wow, to be down a bishop against Judit Polgar and not resign immediately, now THAT's what I call fighting spirit! Then I saw the game was played in 1989, and the world just didn't know yet who that 13 year old girl really is.> Really? The ...
 
   Nov-23-22 Karpov vs Hort, 1979
 
Muttley101: <Albion 1959: I have a copy of Peter Griffith's Exploring the Endgame (Adam & Black 1984)Game 23, page 88. This game is extensively analysed with plenty of notes. However, there is not a single question marks against any of Hort's moves. I even put this game into Rybka 3 and ...
 
   Oct-01-22 Bobotsov vs F Bohatirchuk, 1954
 
Muttley101: <m.okun: As long as there is at least one pawn on the board, there is no theoretical draw with two knights. What Bobotsov brilliantly proved.> This is incorrect, because (as mentioned above) the win of 2N vs P depends on the P's location, as the player with the pawn always ...
 
   Sep-14-22 E Paehtz vs Vitiugov, 2017 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Brenin: 22 Nxg3 would have given White a strong position, e.g. 22 ... Bxg3 23 hxg3 h4 24 Be3 hxg3+ 25 Kg1 Rh2 26 Bc5+ Kg7 27 Rg5+ and 28 ... Rxg3. Later, 30 Bd5 Qd6 31 Rxe8+ Nxe8 32 Bxb7 would have given him an advantage.> "her".
 
   Sep-07-22 Shabalov vs K Georgiev, 1998 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Zugzwangovich Qxc3 Rxd1+ 32. Ka2 or Kb2 it looks like a White win to me. Obviously I'm missing something big but I don't see what.> After 30. B:b5+ a:b5 31. Qc3 R:d1+ 32. Kb2 00 black has R+2B for queen with targets and pawn break ... d5, and is winning. White is losing ...
 
   Jul-23-22 Magnus Carlsen (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Optimal play: <plang: ... He doesn't want to compete in a WC match when he is not giving his best effort and he does not feel he can give his best effort if he is not motivated.> But he says he's still motivated to play chess, even to the point of trying to reach 2900. ...
 
   Jul-20-22 I A Zaitsev vs Benko, 1975 (replies)
 
Muttley101: <Eleuthero: @atarw After RxN and RxR black wins by just marching the c pawn. In the end, white will be forced to sac his knight whereupon black will have a passed d pawn and a much more active rook.> This being 27. R:d5 R:d5 28. R:d5 after 26 ... R:b2, black either ...
 
   Jul-19-22 Estrin vs V Liberzon, 1959 (replies)
 
Muttley101: Just eating popcorn and watching people arguing over a 7 move game by two people in the mid 1900s. Anyway, typical perfidy. Just joining in.
 
   Jul-19-22 Simagin vs E Terpugov, 1951 (replies)
 
Muttley101: Cehertan, you asked Open Defence to show you a line where the h-pawn "doesn't march to glory", and he literally does that. You then claim he has "categorically" not given a line where the h-pawn marches to glory, ignoring that it is in his reply to you. First, you might take your
 
   Jul-07-22 FIDE Candidates (2022) (replies)
 
Muttley101: Question: which format would FIDE prefer to use for the world championship match? Answer: the one that brings in the biggest sponsor and the most money. Sorry if that's a bit cynical (it's still currently supposed to the pinnacle and flagship of all that is great about chess and ...
 
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