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   P3drotta has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-03-12 J Gurczak vs R Mercer, 2011 (replies)
P3drotta: One of the easiest monday's. Interesting midgame however!
   Jul-20-12 Karjakin vs Caruana, 2012 (replies)
P3drotta: ah an expected draw indeed. Though there were some changes for boths sides
   Jul-14-12 V Beim vs Karpov, 2008 (replies)
P3drotta: This game proves that you have to be extremely sharp at the last moves. Beim throws away a draw on the LAST move. instead of Nb3 (let the pawn be taken and march the knight to capture the pawn, rybka gives 0.00 indeed) played Nc2? which allows the pawn to promote..
   Jun-08-12 Caruana vs Aronian, 2012 (replies)
P3drotta: One of the most remarkable resignations I have ever seen. Rybka 3 (64 bit) even gives an edge to black (-0,64). I also don't see what whites threats are..
   Apr-28-12 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2012 (replies)
P3drotta: It's hard to analyze now, Kramnik's reply was not with c5 but the early centre push with d5. Now with the strong pawn on e5 a varation might be: 17 e5, Ne4 18. Be4, dxe4 19. Ng3, f5 20. exf6, Qxf6, a5 and the bishop on b6 might be forced to take the strong knight on d4. In this ...
   Mar-25-12 Short vs Miles, 1984 (replies)
P3drotta: Na5? Get get's refuted by Nc2! If white plays Qf8, the black king simply takes the Queen and black has won. Nb6 is the best move here I spotted here, wins the exchange (get's +2.70 indeed). After Nb6, Ne2 loses to Qf8.
   Mar-12-12 H Bohm vs Timman, 1984
P3drotta: On move 10 white should have recaptured with the b-pawn. The dark coloured bishop is stronger here in such an open position.
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