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SugarRaySam
Member since Oct-07-09 · Last seen Apr-01-12
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   SugarRaySam has kibitzed 18 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-28-12 G Guseinov vs G Sargissian, 2011 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: Here's the solution: 33.Qxe6+ 33...Rxe6 (black has no choice to take the queen because 33...Kh7 loses a rook) 34.Rc8+ 34...Kh7 (only option for black as he cannot block the check on the 8th rank) 35.Rf4-f8 (threatening 36.Rh8#) 35...Qd1+ 36.Kg2 36...Rd1 (blockinq the 8th ...
 
   Jan-27-12 M Fette vs R Storm, 1991 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: Here's the solution: 15.Qd3 (threat = 16.Qd7#) 15...Qe7 is the only option for black (could play Be7 but then 16.Qd7+ Kf8 leads to a world of trouble) 16.Ba4 (adds a second threat 17.Qd8 Qxd8 18.Rxd8#) 17...Qd6 is the only option (if 17...f6 18.Qg6+ Qf7 19.Rd8+ losing ...
 
   Nov-15-09 Gligoric vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: 14...0-0-0 is very surprising. 14...0-0 seems alot better, The king is unprotected and the c-file can't be attacked very easily 14...Nc5 14...Rc8 To wait and see if White creates any danger for the King to be castled on the K side
 
   Nov-15-09 Tal vs Fischer, 1959 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: What about 16...Ng4 (can't be taken by Queen or by Bishop) 17.Qh3 Bg5+ 18.Kb1 Ne3 Forking the rooks
 
   Nov-14-09 Kavalek vs Fischer, 1967 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: What about 13...Nd5 14.Nxd5 cxd5 15.c4 dxc4 16.Bxc4 d5 Blacks position looks better than in that game Other options are available but they lead to Black having an advantage
 
   Nov-13-09 Anand vs Kasparov, 2002
 
SugarRaySam: If 6.Nf5 g6 7.Ng3 Bxg4 8.Qd2--(Intending Bh6) 8...h5! (If 8.Be2 or f3 8...Be6!)
 
   Nov-13-09 L Milman vs J Fang, 2005 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: 28.Bxf6+ Ng5 29.Nh6+ Kh7 30.hxg6+ fxg6 31.Nf5+ Kg8 32.Qxg6# If 30...Qxg6 31.Nxf7+ Kg8 32.Qxg6# If 31...Qh6 32.Rxh6# All of this is forced
 
   Nov-09-09 Svidler vs Kasparov, 1998
 
SugarRaySam: 19..Nba4 20.Nb3 Nxb3 21.axb3 Qxc3+ 22.Qxc3 (forced) wins a pawn for Kasparov
 
   Nov-06-09 Unzicker vs Fischer, 1966 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: After 63.c4 e4! I believe is a better move for black (64.Bf1 f4 65.Ng4 e5! and black is blocking white to a very small area, eventually switching rooks to the e file) so: 64.fxe4 f4! is the main idea 65.Ng4 f3! and White can't prevent f2 and queening square is controlled by the
 
   Nov-03-09 Geller vs Fischer, 1962 (replies)
 
SugarRaySam: I thought there was still a lot to be played so I went over some variations 45...Be1 46.Ke4 Rc5 47.Kd4 Bg3 (48.Rfa3 Kxf6 49.Rxa5 Rxa5 50.Rxa5 Kf5 = advantage to Black) 48.Ke4 Be5 49.Raf2 Rc4+ (50.Kd3 Rf4!) 50.Ke3 Bd4+ 51.Kd3 Bxf2 52.Kxc4 Bc5 53.Kb5 Bb4 = DRAW
 
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