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RookLifter
Member since Aug-10-19 · Last seen Jan-18-20
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   RookLifter has kibitzed 73 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-03-20 Bagirov vs Nezhmetdinov, 1961 (replies)
 
RookLifter: <saffuna> Yes but not as fast and brilliant. For ex 35...Nf2+ 36. Qxf2 Rxf2 37. Rxf2+ Bf6 leaves black with a one piece (bishop) advantage which should provide a winning end game even if white will likely take also the h pawn...
 
   Jan-03-20 Nezhmetdinov vs A Elizarov, 1964 (replies)
 
RookLifter: Ok, thnx for the enlightment! So just a 15 moves variation then, I obviously need to improve my analytical skills... Or else invest in the option to press the engine button.
 
   Dec-31-19 L Belov vs Nezhmetdinov, 1961
 
RookLifter: Excellent chess surgery by Nez. The game won the brilliance price of the RSFSR Championship.
 
   Dec-29-19 Nezhmetdinov vs A Bannik, 1957
 
RookLifter: Threatens 35. Qxd6 with a decisive attack. If 34...Qb8 then 35. f6 Bh8 36. Rg3 (or 35. f6 Bxf6 36. Rf3). Nice game!
 
   Dec-29-19 Nezhmetdinov vs Spassky, 1957
 
RookLifter: A possible variation given by Nezhmetdinov himself in the book ”Nezhmetdinov’s Best Games of Chess” is: 34. Qe6+ Kh8 35. Ne5 Qg8 36. Bxf6 Qxe6 37. Nxg6+ Kh7 38. Rxg7#
 
   Dec-28-19 G Borisenko vs Nezhmetdinov, 1957
 
RookLifter: According to ” NEZHMETDINOV'S BEST GAMES OF CHESS” (game nr 55) this game continues to move 45 after which white resigned. I’ll sent a correction slip to cg...
 
   Nov-26-19 M Lauberte vs Tal, 1953
 
RookLifter: White blunders by playing 23.Nf3(?) to kick the black queen away but the knight becomes directly the victim after 23. ...Qg3. With a knight up and a strong central passed pawn it was a ’walk in the park’ win for Tal.
 
   Nov-24-19 Tal vs R Skuja, 1952
 
RookLifter: <RKnight: And 41...Nc6 doesn't save the day because of 42 Rc7.> Or simply 42 Bxc6...
 
   Nov-01-19 Ulf Andersson vs S Guliev, 2003
 
RookLifter: I would surely also have resigned down a three pawns advantage for Ulf, haha...
 
   Oct-26-19 Ilincic vs Ulf Andersson, 2000 (replies)
 
RookLifter: Nice game. 50. ...Nxg3 was unexpected but decisive, winning a pawn making the uphill slope too steep for white. With 63.Kg5 white is hoping for stale mate after 63. ...Rxb5 but Ulf didn’t fall into the trap
 
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