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Peligroso Patzer
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   Peligroso Patzer has kibitzed 4268 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-05-20 chessgames.com chessforum (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: The following game played earlier today in the Ceske Budejovice tournament in the Czech Republic featured some interesting major piece tactics. It is submitted for inclusion in the database: Horvath,Dominik (2446) - Donchenko,Alexander (2646) Ceske Budejovice GM (5), ...
 
   Apr-28-20 Vidmar vs Euwe, 1929
 
Peligroso Patzer: <shortsight: It's not difficult to see the combination, as it seems more like forced. <I rather take it as a failed sacrificial attack by Euwe>, and i wonder if 27 ... Qd4+ followed by 28 ... Qxd5 were the best moves. i thought it caused a lot of weaknesses at the ...
 
   Apr-18-20 Fischer vs Tal, 1962
 
Peligroso Patzer: Taking another look at the analysis in my previous post, 44. Kxf5 in the variation from Timman's book actually would have been sufficient for a draw (unlike 44. Kxh5, which leaves White lost). In order to defend, in the position after 44. … b4 [from the analysis given ...
 
   Apr-13-20 Spielmann vs Duras, 1907
 
Peligroso Patzer: The key blunder by Spielmann in this game, of course, was 99. Rf4, allowing Duras to force an exchange of rooks with Black obtaining the opposition one rank in front of his pawn, thus transposing to a winning pawn ending, but there may have been a second “blunder” not ...
 
   Apr-10-20 Korchnoi vs Filip, 1962
 
Peligroso Patzer: This is a fantastic major piece endgame beautifully exemplifying tenacity and patience on the part of Kortchnoi through two adjournments (after moves 40 and 89). There are not a lot of flashy tactics, but some interesting subtleties, such as the mate threat (perhaps ...
 
   Sep-21-19 Spassky vs Reshevsky, 1964
 
Peligroso Patzer: In <Timman’s Titans> (New in Chess ©2016, at page 181), Jan Timman criticizes Reshevsky’s 40. … Kh7 (“The notorious last move before the time control …”), and says that after 40. … f6, “there wouldn’t have been much left for White to undertake”. While this is true, ...
 
   Aug-16-19 Korchnoi vs J M Bellon Lopez, 1986 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: An interesting game, but not a good puzzle at all. Several of Black’s move choices were dubious, such as 26. … exd5? In response to the putative “key” move, 26. e4 (which was best in the position, but not clearly winning). After 26. … Bf8, White’s advantage is not decisive.
 
   Aug-07-19 M Antipov vs Y Schwartz, 2018 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: <bcokugras: Great puzzle.> Not really. The position one move later (after 16. … fxe6??) would have been a better puzzle. The problem with the puzzle as given (unless the puzzle is intended to be a helpmate) is that Black had much better choices at move 16 than his ...
 
   Jul-10-19 R Janssen vs I Sokolov, 2002 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: Took quite a while to find this one after discovering that all the obvious checking and/or capturing moves failed (usually due to Black's weak back rank). Puzzles with quiet key moves are usually harder to solve than they are to understand <after> the solution has ...
 
   Jun-25-19 Miles vs C W Pritchett, 1982 (replies)
 
Peligroso Patzer: <Nosnibor> Right you are. Culpa mea! (I forgot that when Black's c-pawn pushes ... c4-c3, it no longer obstructs the line from f7 to a2. I suppose it's that sort of oversight that explains why, despite playing games teeming with a wealth of dangerous ideas, ...
 
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