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   Suzuki50 has kibitzed 108 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-24-06 Flohr vs Fine, 1935 (replies)
Suzuki50: <paulalbert> Kotov's idea is almost same as Bronstein's, but he suggested a more elegant (and more convincing) solution: 24. Nxg7!!. Here are two main variations (you can fill details easily): 1) 24... Kxg7 25. Rg5+ Kf8 26. b5 Bxb5 27. Qa3+ Ke8 28. Bxb5 2) 24...Bxc4 25. ...
   Oct-24-06 Stoltz vs Tartakower, 1931 (replies)
Suzuki50: <who> IMO the combo began with 39. Re6. You should consider also a nice variation 41...h5.
   Oct-24-06 Alatortsev vs Boleslavsky, 1950 (replies)
Suzuki50: <EmperorAtahualpa> <Peter Reeve> <psmith> <Toporango> If 23. Re1, then 23...Bh3 24. g4 Rf4 (it's a kind of zugzwang for white, te also explains why black played 22... Bg2!)
   Oct-24-06 Short vs J Ye, 2004 (replies)
Suzuki50: <Ger7ry> Nope,if 26. ... Nh5, then simply 27. Rgf3 and black had a very hard position. I think 18...c4? is a blunder (I could suggest 18...d5)
   Oct-24-06 Stahlberg vs Keres, 1936 (replies)
Suzuki50: <Pawn and Two: <Suzuki50> In the variation 26.Qc4 Qe3 27.Be8! Bd5 28.Qxd5 Qxe8 29.h4 Qe6 30.Rb8+ Kh7 31.Qxh5+ Qh6 32.Qxh6+ Kxh6 33.a4, now if 33.Rd8?, then 33...Rd1+! and Black wins.> I couldn't see how black could save knight ? (tx for the anakysis with 26. Qxa7)
   Oct-23-06 Gunsberg vs Janowski, 1902 (replies)
Suzuki50: <goldfarbdj: chessmoron: <Instead of 29. Kh1, 29. gxf3 should be played.> After 29 ... Qxh3 (not a sac this time) white can only stave off mate with 30 Qd5+ Kh8 31 Qd2 Rxd2 32 Rxd2 gxf3, but (once black makes some luft) the queen and the advanced pawn create too many ...
   Oct-23-06 E MacDonald vs Burn, 1910 (replies)
Suzuki50: <Daodejing><Pawn and Two> It's a kind of boomerang-combination. White began nicely but missed on the way (26. Rxg8+??). Instead it should be continued as 26. Bd4!!
   Oct-17-06 A Fejzullahu vs Korchnoi, 2006 (replies)
Suzuki50: <RandomVisitor: top 5 moves (26-ply)...> The last one's in Capablanca's style.
   Oct-17-06 H Kaenel vs D Chocenka, 2006 (replies)
Suzuki50: <ccolby: If 32. Rd8+ Nxd8 then 33. e8+ Kg7 34. Bf8+ Kg8 or Kh8 35. Bh6# by discovery> U didn't want 34. Qf8# ? (just for fun)
   Oct-16-06 Korchnoi vs J L Arnason, 1987 (replies)
Suzuki50: <Sami Jr: <Suzuki50> Yes I see what you mean now. But still if 46...Bxe5+ 47. Ke3 Bxa1 (this is the move you suggest) then 48. Rxh7+ Kxh7 49. Qh5#! Did I get your line correct now?> Right, Tx !
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