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PatrickGJr
Member since Nov-20-17 · Last seen Sep-03-20
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   PatrickGJr has kibitzed 39 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-02-20 Tal vs L Spassov, 1977
 
PatrickGJr: 20. Re3 Rxf4 21. Rh3 h5 22. Qg5 Rf6 23. gxh5 seems like another interesting alternative to breaking into blacks position
 
   Apr-12-20 Tal vs Janosevic, 1966
 
PatrickGJr: 28. Rdf3 Qc7 29. Rh3 Qc4 30. Rff3 and what is black's move?
 
   May-10-19 Cochrane vs Somacarana, 1857
 
PatrickGJr: 14.) Bg5 seems like that would be quite a savage move to make in this position. just so you can invoke Rf8.
 
   Apr-10-19 Somacarana vs Cochrane, 1855
 
PatrickGJr: 23.) ...D3 that is one sick move... xD
 
   Apr-10-19 Somacarana vs Cochrane, 1857
 
PatrickGJr: Now, this is one fascinating game.
 
   Feb-19-19 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1855
 
PatrickGJr: 21. Nxg6 Rg8 22. h5 fxg6 23. Ne7 Qg5 24. Nxg8 Kxg8 25. Qf3 is more so accurate, sorry, to which white is behind but black has some problems with loose pieces in the position, not to mention the back rank is ver weak. Therefore White's plan would revolve around making one of the ...
 
   Feb-19-19 Cochrane vs Staunton, 1842
 
PatrickGJr: 23.) Rcd1?
 
   Feb-10-19 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1850
 
PatrickGJr: 14.) E5,Dxe5 15.) Dxe5, Knid5 16.) Knie4, Bxg5 17.) Fxg5
 
   Feb-10-19 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1854
 
PatrickGJr: 15.) Knid4 looks like the better move. While the queen "indeed seems like" it is about to be trapped there is nothing actually able to.
 
   Feb-09-19 Cochrane vs Mohishunder, 1854
 
PatrickGJr: 32.) Knif5+! is the killer move here. (Variation #1) -------------- 32. Nf5+ gxf5 33. Bf4+ Kg6 34. Re3Qxe3 35. fxe3 (Variation #2) -------------- 32. Nf5+ Kg5 33. Bh4+ Kf4 34. g3+ Kxf5 35. g4+ Kf4 36. Re3 Qxe3 37. fxe3+ Kxe3 38. Bxf6 (Variation #3) ...
 

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