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   SharkBait has kibitzed 10 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-29-10 Gelfand vs Svidler, 1996 (replies)
SharkBait: Did anyone consider NxB. Black takes the knight back with queen or pawn and that allows white rooks better attacking options. I could get some advantages for white but no mate.
   Nov-30-09 M Kloss vs E J Diemer, 1959 (replies)
SharkBait: I'm not sure that white should have resigned. he does not have to do 19 PxQ but could do p-KN3 protecting the rook pawn and white has a king side pawn majority with a couple as passed pawns for blacks extra knight.
   Nov-29-09 Yoel Aloni vs Botvinnik, 1964 (replies)
SharkBait: More Lines If 31... Q-KB6+ 32 K-R2 P-Q6 33 Q-K1 and I see no press for black. Oh well
   Nov-18-09 E J Diemer vs J Kotek, 1955
SharkBait: How about 10... Bf5 to protect the pawn and save the hanging Bishop? After 11 d5 then 11... Qd6
   Nov-18-09 Woite vs E J Diemer, 1955 (replies)
SharkBait: How about next 15... Kh5 16 Rg4 Kf5 17 Bd2 and Black up a pawn but 2 B for 2 White Knights
   Nov-18-09 Keres vs Verbac, 1933 (replies)
SharkBait: Easy for me today. Queen sacrifice Q-R6+ Why did not Black move his Queen's Bishop to block the check? Or at least some other piece.
   Nov-16-09 E J Diemer vs H Meyer, 1954 (replies)
SharkBait: not sure that black should resign. Material is evan, though I must admit that he is on the defensive. If Black 21... Qxf6 22 Bxb7 Rb8 then white can retreat the Bishop or exchange it; I don't see an immediate win for white.
   Nov-14-09 E J Diemer vs Elfert, 1953
SharkBait: Isn't 19 ... h5 a mistake. The pawn is protected by a pawn instead of a king but would not 19...Qd5 be better?
   Nov-13-09 E J Diemer vs D Schulte, 1950 (replies)
SharkBait: I agrree resigning is not wise. Black is way up material, white can not force a mate and black can threaten his own mate with the knight queen and rook.
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