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   May-08-21 Fischer vs Tukmakov, 1970
RandomVisitor: After 14.Be2 [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21050217_x64_modern: <50/57 26:22 0.00 14...Qg6> 15.g4 Be6 16.Nce4 a5 17.Kf1 Nf6 18.Bf3 Nh7 19.Rg1 Bd5 20.Ke2 Qe6 21.Nc3 Bxf3+ 22.Nxf3 Ng5 23.Nxg5 hxg5 24.Nb5 Rd7 50/35 26:22 0.00 14...a5 15.Nce4 Qg6 16.g4 Be6 17.Kf1 Nf6 18.Bf3 Nh7 ...
   May-08-21 Koltanowski vs W C Doby, 1966
RandomVisitor: "We shall defend our king, whatever the cost may be, we shall fight in the center, we shall fight on the wings, we shall fight on the kingside and on the queenside, we shall fight a pawn or more down; we shall never surrender."
   May-08-21 Macieja vs Rozentalis, 1999 (replies)
RandomVisitor: 17.d5 is a problem move that sets off a series of complications that end up favoring black. Better would be Rfe1. [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21050709_x64_modern: <65/49 2:11:20 -0.00 17.Rfe1> Bd7 18.Ne4 Rxe4 19.Qxd7 Rxd4 20.Qxb7 Rd8 21.Bc2 Bc5 22.Rxd4 Bxd4 23.Bb3 Qf5 24.Qf3 ...
   May-07-21 Keene vs R Eggmann, 1965 (replies)
RandomVisitor: After 7.b4, Keene would have had "egg" on his face had Eggman played 7...a5: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: 45/74 06:30 -1.12 7...a5 8.b5 dxc4 9.Bb2 cxb5 10.Nxb5 Nc6 11.Rc1 Be6 12.Ba1 a4 13.Qc2 Bd5 14.Ne1 Ra5 15.Rb1 Ng4 16.Bxg7 Kxg7 17.Qc3+ e5
   May-07-21 Lutikov vs V Osnos, 1965
RandomVisitor: After 7.Qe4 maybe Nb6 is better [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: 65/74 3:30:07 -0.00 7...Nb6 8.Nc3 Bg7 9.Bf4 d5 10.exd6 Bf5 11.dxe7 Qd7 12.Qe3 Nb4 13.Rc1 Nxc2+ 14.Rxc2 Bxc2 15.Bb5 Bxc3+ 16.Qxc3 Qxb5 17.Qxh8+ Kxe7
   May-06-21 W Adams vs L S Greene, 1941 (replies)
RandomVisitor: 16.g4! creates threats which likely would lead to a white advantage: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: 40/61 03:58 +0.85 16...Bd7 17.gxf5 Be8 18.Qe2 a4 19.a3 cxd4 20.fxe6 Bxa3 21.bxa3 Qc3 22.Bh7+ Kxh7 23.Qe4+ Kg8 24.Rd3 Qc5 25.Qxd4 Qxd4 26.Rxd4 Bc6 ...but as played, ...
   May-06-21 E Danieli vs A Colovic, 1999 (replies)
RandomVisitor: 25.Qe4 is not a bad move, there just is another move that is better: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: <49/26 1:22:36 +M13 25.Ba3> g6 26.Bxc5 bxc5 27.Qf4 Rxd7 28.Rxd7 Re8 29.Qc7 f5 30.h5 gxh5 31.Rxe7 Rxe7 32.Qd8+ Re8 33.Qf6+ Kg8 34.Qf7+ Kh8 35.Qxe8+ Kg7 ...
   May-05-21 S Busygin vs R Burnett, 2014 (replies)
RandomVisitor: After 5...a6 white has a nice position. He then seems to forget about his kingside pieces, and when he remembers to develop one of them on move 14 his advantage - to quote John Mayer, is gone, gone, gone, gone, gone,,. [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: <41/55 09:45
   May-02-21 A Greenfeld vs P Kacirek, 1995 (replies)
RandomVisitor: As early as move 10 white had winning chances with 10.Nf3 followed by quiet developing moves: [DIAGRAM] Stockfish_21042813_x64_modern: <44/61 08:53 +3.11 10.Nf3 Nbd7 11.0-0> 0-0 12.Nd1 Ne8 13.a3 Ba5 14.Ne3 Nd6 15.Rb1 b5 16.cxb5 Bc7 17.a4 h6 18.b3 f5 19.Nxf5 Nxf5 ...
   May-02-21 W Kluxen vs Capablanca, 1911
RandomVisitor: 'Capa falls into a trapa'
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