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Reggie T
Member since Sep-13-05 · Last seen Jan-25-15
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   Reggie T has kibitzed 22 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-19-14 R van Kampen vs D Reinderman, 2014
 
Reggie T: White have a mate in 4 with 37. Qd6+!! cxd6 38. Rxd6+ Rf6 39. Rxf6+ Kh5 40. Rxh7 mate.
 
   Jul-02-14 Hort vs I Radulov, 1974 (replies)
 
Reggie T: Another variation: 17...Nf6 18. exf6 Kxf6 18. Nh7+ Kg6 19. g4 with Qh5 mate.
 
   Jun-19-14 Karjakin vs Carlsen, 2014 (replies)
 
Reggie T: Chessbase give 23...Bxg4 and if 24. Qxg6, Qe3+ 25. Kb2 Nd5+ win the queen.
 
   May-11-14 J Friedel vs Lenderman, 2014 (replies)
 
Reggie T: If 40. Rxe4 Rxc3+! wins a piece.
 
   Jan-02-13 M Konopka vs P Haba, 1998
 
Reggie T: <Phony Benoni: Sort of incidental, but I assume everybody saw Black's winning line after 23...Rb1+ 24.Bf1.> 24...Ng5 and the double threat of 25...Qh1# or Nh3# is imparable or a force mate in 3 with 24...Qh1+ 25. Kxh1 Nxf2++ 26. Kg1 Nh3# (or 25...Nxg3++ 26. Kg1 Rxf1#)
 
   Oct-10-12 E Torre vs Karpov, 1984 (replies)
 
Reggie T: < al wazir: 29...Ne5 was forced because after 29...Kf5 white wins with 30. g4+ Kxf4 31. Qf6+ Kg3 32. Re3+. > On 29...Kf5, 30. g4+ Kxf4, fastest is 31. Qe3 +mate :-)
 
   May-28-12 B Wall vs V Greenwalt, 1983 (replies)
 
Reggie T: 7. Qxg5+ Kd6 8. Qd5+ Ke7 9. Qe5# is as fast as 7. Qf7+
 
   Jan-16-12 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2012 (replies)
 
Reggie T: <al-Wazir> From your stalemate diagram, i would try 1.Qf3+ Kg1 2. Qe3+ Kf1 3. Qc1+ Kg2 4. Qd2+ Kg1 5. Qe1+ Kg2 6. Qe2+ Kg1 7. Ne5! h1=Q 8. Nf3+ winning the new-born queen :-)
 
   Oct-06-11 Ivanchuk vs Nakamura, 2011 (replies)
 
Reggie T: 33. Rxf7 Rxf7 34. Qxg6+ Kf8 35. Bd6+ Rxd6 (35...Ke8 36. Qxe4+) 36. Qxd6+ seem interesting too!
 
   May-24-10 Rejean Tremblay
 
Reggie T: Thanks, Mr. Leon!
 
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