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Peligroso Patzer
Member since Mar-20-05 · Last seen Dec-04-23
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   Peligroso Patzer has kibitzed 4399 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-30-23 Antoshin vs S Zhukhovitsky, 1958 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: The course of the game from the given position presents a highly instructive lesson in middlegame strategic play, especially the transition from the given position (after 29. … f6) to the one reached after 38. … c3: [DIAGRAM] In the position in the above diagram, ...
   Dec-27-21 Lachex vs J Nogueiras, 1990 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Compare: Yermolinsky vs E Tate, 2001 . In Mega Database 2019, the identical moves are given for a game by Lachex in which the player of the Black pieces is Jose M. Santiago, and the event is the Jacksonville Open (1990).
   Aug-09-21 M Roiz vs T Warakomski, 2005 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Given that it's a Monday, and since queen sacs always have a special aesthetic appeal (whatever day of the week it may be), obviously, the <correct> solution is 37. Qe7+ Nxe7 38. Bg7# ... so no credit for Roiz on this puzzle.
   Jul-26-21 T Bree vs V Krutti, 1999 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <hdcc: Unfortunately Bree didn't know it was a Monday.> Or maybe he did know it was a Monday … immediately thought “Queen Sacrifice!” … considered 38. Qxd6 the obvious candidate move … only to discover it didn’t work. Short of time and needing to reach ...
   Apr-25-21 Giri vs Nepomniachtchi, 2020 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <An Englishman: Good Morning: To think, this game from early in the tournament might end up deciding the Candidates.> I was having the same thought this morning. To elaborate, not only does this game from round one on March 17, 2020, currently (after round 12) give ...
   Dec-09-20 Ganguly vs A Smith, 2019 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: <DrGridlock: Rh8+ and Qh5 are both mate in 4. I prefer the later (<sic>), since it preserves material for white.> Although the two winning alternatives on White’s twenty-ninth move are equivalent in that both result in mate in four moves, puzzle solutions ...
   Dec-05-20 Smyslov vs A Matanovic, 1967 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: Very interesting endgame, but not much of a puzzle. The point of the first move (33. Ra1), I think, is to force Black’s a-pawn forward so that the knight cannot occupy the a6-square to attack the b4-pawn (which White does not want to advance). This is pretty subtle ...
   Nov-19-20 Westerinen vs B Abramovic, 1982
Peligroso Patzer: In the final position, after 18...Rxc2, White cannot capture the rook because if 19.Qxc2 then 19. ... Qh5! 20.h3 Qxh3+ 21.gxh3 Bb7+ with MATE in TWO. Also, note that in the above line (after 20. h3), the thematic 20...Qh4?? (intending 21. ... Qg3) does not work because ...
   Nov-16-20 Speed Chess (2020) (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: When does the second round start? I could not find a second-round schedule here: , where it might have been expected. (Second-round pairings can be seen in the bracket, but not the schedule.)
   Nov-09-20 Gufeld vs Tal, 1959 (replies)
Peligroso Patzer: I acknowledge, <DrGridlock:>, that there is a credible argument to be made for your line as an alternative solution. The rook endgame certainly should be winning for White, but there is still work to be done over a considerable number of moves. In the line starting ...
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