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Straclonoor
Member since Aug-05-16 · Last seen Nov-23-20
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   Straclonoor has kibitzed 1774 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-23-20 Ribli vs V Inkiov, 1986
 
Straclonoor: Tablebase draw after 70 moves. Not only 71.Rxf7 keeps it. 71.c6, Kc6 etc. acceptably.
 
   Nov-23-20 G Kuzmin vs Korchnoi, 1970
 
Straclonoor: <I don't see how white wins in the final position.> I'm surprized too why Korchnoi resigned in final position. Analysis by Stockfish 051020: -+ (-7.28): 56...b2 57.Rxf7+ Kc6 58.Qd3 Qe2 59.Qxe2 Rxe2 60.Rb1 Rde6 61.Kh2 Rg6 62.Kh3 Rgxg2 63.Rbf1 Rg6 64.Rb1 Re8 65.Rh7 Re3+ ...
 
   Nov-23-20 Lautier vs Ivanchuk, 1992
 
Straclonoor: <Apparently it is a tablebase win> Sure Mate in 26. Lomonosov TB7 61... Rh2 62. Nf3 Rxh3 63. Kf4 Nc5 64. Ng5 Nd3+ 65. Kf5 Rg3 66. e5 Re3 67. e6 Kc6 68. Nf7 Re1 69. Nh6 Kd5 70. e7 Rxe7 71. Ng4 Nf2 72. Nf6+ Kd6 73. Ng8 Rf7+ 74. Kg6 Ke6 75. Nh6 Rf6+ 76. Kg5 Ne4+ 77. Kh5 Rf4
 
   Nov-21-20 Jansa vs N Minev, 1966
 
Straclonoor: <34...Kc7 35 Rd7+ Kc8 36 Qb7#> Not - 36.....Qxb7 and black wins I think 34....Kc7 35.Qb8+ Kc6 36.Rxf8 Qd1+ 37.Ka2 Qd5+ 38.b3! Qa5+ 39.Kb2 and black hasn't perpetual check - 'e5' is on white control.
 
   Nov-21-20 J Minckwitz vs S Mieses, 1872
 
Straclonoor: Minckwitz could obtain serious advantage in middlegame by 22.Rd2 or 22.Ne5 Analysis by Stockfish 051020: 1. +- (3.69): 22.Rd2 Bc8 23.Qa3 a6 24.h3 Rf8 25.Ne5 Qd8 26.Kh2 h5 27.Qe3 Qf6 28.Qf4 g5 29.Qf3 Qh6 30.Nxc6 g4 31.Qe2 Kg7 32.Ne7 Rd7 33.Nxc8 Rxc8 34.Qxe6 Qxe6 35.Rxe6 Rcd8 ...
 
   Nov-21-20 A Machulsky vs Yusupov, 1978
 
Straclonoor: Tablebase draw after 66.Kxf6
 
   Nov-21-20 Lautier vs Ehlvest, 1991
 
Straclonoor: Lautier had big advantage in middlegame and could won. Analysis by Stockfish 051020: 1. +- (5.50): 25.Rc5 Qxd6 26.Rxc6 Qxd1+ 27.Bxd1 Rh6 28.Bf3 Rxc6 29.Bxc6 Rb8 30.Be3 f6 31.Bd5+ Kh8 32.Nh3 Rb2 33.Bg1 g5 34.fxg5 Be5 35.gxf6 Bxf6 36.Nf4 Ne7 37.Bxc4 Rb7 38.Re1 Rc7 39.Bd3 Bxc3 ...
 
   Nov-20-20 Chigorin vs Pillsbury, 1903 (replies)
 
Straclonoor: After 38 moves, white could gave mate in eleven Analysis by Stockfish 051020: +- (#11): 39.Qxd6+ Kf7 40.Qxe5 Qb4 41.Nxf5 Kg6 42.Ne7+ Kh7 43.Qh5+ Kg7 44.Qg6+ Kf8 45.Rf3+ Bf5 46.Rxf5+ Kxe7 47.Rf7+ Kd8 48.Qg8+ Qf8 49.Qxf8#
 
   Nov-20-20 Topalov vs Lautier, 1994
 
Straclonoor: Topalov could won the game 59... Kf7 60. Rd6 Ke7 61. Re6+ Kd7 62. Rxe5 Rh4 63. Re6 Kc7 64. Rf6 Rg4 65. b5 Rg3+ 66. Kc4 Rg2 67. d6+ Kd7 68. Kc5 Rc2+ 69. Kb6 Rb2 70. Rf3 Ra2 71. Rf7+ Kxd6 72. Kb7 Rb2 73. b6 Ra2 74. Rf6+ Kd7 75. Rf4 Rb2 76. Rd4+ Ke6 77. Kc6 Rc2+ 78. Kb5 Rg2 79. b7
 
   Nov-19-20 G Timoshchenko vs A Machulsky, 1974
 
Straclonoor: Tablebase draw after 46.Kxa3
 
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