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PawnSac
Member since Aug-01-07 · Last seen Jul-09-20
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   PawnSac has kibitzed 3112 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-17-20 Harikrishna vs Mamedyarov, 2020
 
PawnSac: I love his tactics.. or should i say "Shaktics" ?
 
   Jun-12-20 Jens Gade vs J Christensen, 2015
 
PawnSac: < sea7kenp: Don't try to keep the Queens Gambit Pawn! > right. technically the "gambit" pawn is no longer considered a "gambit" in the true sense. It is a temporary sacrifice that usually must be returned in timely fashion to complete black development. I also used the ...
 
   Jun-12-20 Suetin vs Korchnoi, 1951
 
PawnSac: < Can anyone else see a good reason for <23) Bh4?>, ? I can't see a good reason for it; it just looks to me like a great way for black to get the Nf3 out of the middle of the board. I would even say black has the advantage here, up until he allows <30)♖xc4>. ...
 
   Jun-05-20 W So vs Nakamura, 2020 (replies)
 
PawnSac: yep. gotta love those advanced pawns
 
   Jun-05-20 W So vs Nakamura, 2020
 
PawnSac: Case in point.. the subsequent game: Hikaru Nakamura vs Wesley So Clutch Champions Showdown (2020) (rapid), lichess.org INT, rd 1, May-27 English Opening: King's English. Four Knights Variation Quiet Line (A28) 0-1
 
   May-21-20 J K Duda vs Carlsen, 2020
 
PawnSac: 42. ..Kh5?? whoops! but 42. ..Kg7 43.Re5 Rd8 44.Rxf5 is still clearly winning for white.
 
   May-19-20 V Malaniuk vs P Van der Sterren, 1983 (replies)
 
PawnSac: < FSR: I see that I'm not the only one puzzled by this puzzle. > yea CG threw us a curve. It's usually color..to play and win. This was black to play and lose! lol
 
   May-16-20 Svidler vs Carlsen, 2020 (replies)
 
PawnSac: After 26.Rac1 Stockfish gives white a pawn and half plus eval. Twice so far in this event Magnus gives up the B/R exchange, without sufficient compensation. Yes it's a very fast time control, but with players of the caliber and experience here, it's not sufficient to just walk over ...
 
   May-16-20 L Piarnpuu vs Y Shulman, 1997
 
PawnSac: < Predrag3141: I liked the queen sac, guessing up through 31 Bd4 and crossing my fingers the queen would not reach the 7th. A few factors like a strong passed pawn, an exposed white king and a passive white queen (tied down to the passed pawn in this case) make it a good deal.
 
   May-14-20 Lanka vs Dvoirys, 1988 (replies)
 
PawnSac: the most black can stretch it out is.. 32.Ne6+ Kh8 33.Rxf7 Bg7 34.Rxg7 Qd8 35.Qh6 Rb7 36.Rxb7 Qc7 37.Qxf6+ Qg7 38.Qxg7+
 
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