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Stolzenberg
Member since Jul-29-20 · Last seen Nov-22-20
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   Stolzenberg has kibitzed 26 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-22-20 I Rabinovich vs A Selezniev, 1914
 
Stolzenberg: With 18. ... Be7, 19. ... Bf8, 23. ... Bg7 and 24. ... Bxf6 the bishop walked around f7 like the finger of a clock, which wasted time and did not really help.
 
   Nov-21-20 I Rabinovich vs Flamberg, 1914
 
Stolzenberg: <NoRealReason: 30. Rf8+ Kh7 31. Qg8+ Kg6 32. Rf6+!> Although the keymove 32. Rf6+ will be hard to find in a game, NoRealReason presented us a great analysis! Lucky Flamberg!
 
   Nov-20-20 Gunsberg vs Alekhine, 1914
 
Stolzenberg: <shalgo: Then, however, instead of the natural 13. Nxe5, he played 13 b3?> 13. Nxe5 was played in Rabinovich vs Flamberg, Triberg (Germany) a few month later, the game can be found in this database.
 
   Nov-18-20 Schlechter vs Breyer, 1918
 
Stolzenberg: The problems began after 13. Nce2. Perhaps 13. Qd2 was better.
 
   Nov-17-20 Schlechter vs Lasker, 1918
 
Stolzenberg: Indeed! 49. ... Kxg2 would be an idea.
 
   Nov-16-20 Rubinstein vs Tarrasch, 1918
 
Stolzenberg: 37. ... Kf7 or 37. ... gf 38. gf Kf7 would have won a tempo.
 
   Nov-14-20 Lasker vs Tarrasch, 1918
 
Stolzenberg: 15. ... Qb6 would have been better, which can be compared to Smejkal vs Chandler, German Bundesliga 1983/84 in this database. 16. Nxb7 could then be answered by 16. ... Nb4.
 
   Nov-13-20 R T Black vs J S Morrison, 1918
 
Stolzenberg: With 5. de White could have won a pawn, because 5. ... de would be answered with 6. Qd5 (see Chajes vs Morrison at round 5 of the same tournament) and after 5. ... Nxe5 would follow 6. Nxe5 de 7. Qh5.
 
   Nov-06-20 Capablanca vs B Kostic, 1919
 
Stolzenberg: Although several databases show 84. ... Rc8, I cannot believe, that Kostic really played this move, because 85. Kg6 would easily win: First the h-pawn will walk to h7, then the rook will be placed on e6 and finally the f-pawn will move to f7. Most probably Kostic played 84. ... ...
 
   Nov-06-20 W P Shipley vs Capablanca, 1916
 
Stolzenberg: 23. Bf4 would have been better.
 

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