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Member since Apr-17-07 · Last seen Oct-22-19
I'm Dave "Cubby" Montalvo from Schererville, Indiana. My favorite players are Garry Kasparov and Judit Polgar. My USCF rating is 1691. I'm a New York Yankees and Chicago Cubs fan.
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   SuperPatzer77 has kibitzed 932 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Sep-20-19 L'Ami vs Van Wely, 2010
SuperPatzer77: < sevenseaman: L'Ami could have been further stretched with 58...Rb6+.> 59. Rxb6 Kxg7 and White’s up one rook after avoiding stalemate successfully. White wins
   Jan-24-19 R Praggnanandhaa vs M Chigaev, 2019 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: 51...Ka6! putting White in complete zugzwang! 52. c5 Kb5, 53. a6 (despair) Kxa6, 54. c6 Kb6, 55. b5 Kc7! White has to give up all of his pawns before White King goes to g4 and cannot stop Black h-pawn from promoting to a queen. 0-1
   Nov-14-18 D Perrett vs I Efimov, 2008 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: <al wazir: 27. Kh3. Now what? (Yes, it's ugly, but now white isn't looking at mate in two.)> 27...Qf3! White cannot prevent 28...Qg4#
   Oct-03-18 Jakovenko vs K Dragun, 2018
SuperPatzer77: <Whitehat1963> Kamil Dragun knows how to checkmate the lone White King with a bishop and a knight. Jakovenko was hoping that it was a 50-move draw but actually it was after 61...Bxb3. He resigned on his 69th move.
   Sep-18-18 Keres vs Spassky, 1955 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: ‪1. Qxg7+!! Kxg7, 2. Nxd7+ Kg8, 3. Nf6+! Kf7, 4. Nd5+ winning the Black Queen back and that’s why Boris Spassky resigned
   Apr-09-18 Caruana vs A Giri, 2014
SuperPatzer77: 41. Qe7?? It should be 41. Nf6+! Kg7 (41...Kh8, 42. Qf8#), 42. h6+! Kxh6, 43. Qf8+ Kg5, 44. Rf5+! gxf5, 45. Qg7#
   Apr-07-18 Caruana vs Yifan Hou, 2018 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: <WorstPlayerEver: 64. Bb7?? Kd2!! 65. Bxa6 Nd3+!! 66. cxd3? d4! Instead of 66. cxd3?, 66. Kb1 Ne1!, 67. Bxb5 Nxc2, 68. Bc6 Ne3, 69. a4 Kxc3, 70. a5 Kd2!, 71. a6 c3, 72. Ba4 Nc4, 73. a7 Nb6, 74. Ka2 c2, 75. Bxc2 Kxc2, 76. Ka3 Kc3 and Black wins!! Oh, boy!! Hou Yifan missed ...
   Mar-12-18 Aronian vs Kramnik, 2018 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: <ChessHigherCat> LOL!! Yes, indeed, he’s an Alpha Zero like a choo-choo train
   Mar-05-18 L Deelman vs B Bleykmans, 1987 (replies)
SuperPatzer77: 1...Qe4+!, 2. Ka1 Qe1+, 3. Nxe1 Rxe1#
   Oct-05-17 J D Carlin vs N Pert, 2011
SuperPatzer77: <patzer2> <...the winning follow-up move 28...Rh8! -+ became clearly obvious. This forces mate after the game continuation or 28...Rh8! 29. Rh2 Qxg3+ 30. Rg2 Qe1+31. Bf1 Qh5 (diagram below)...> You mistyped 31...Qh5 - it should be 31...Qh4 but I saw your correct ...
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