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Thickasabrick31
Member since Mar-06-09 · Last seen May-19-09
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   Thickasabrick31 has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-29-09 A Misetane Burjan vs K Albert, 1992 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: 30. ... Re1+ isn't a losing line, it just doesn't win anything. 31. Rxe1 Bb5+ 32. c4 Qxe1+ 33. Kxe1 Bxa6.
 
   Apr-22-09 K Richter vs E Reinhardt, 1937 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Does 36. Nf2 work also?
 
   Apr-20-09 R Oster vs Fischer, 1963 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Why 28. Rxf2? Yea fischer can windmill him and win a pawn or two back but it doesn't amount to anything. 28. Kg1 Nxe4+ 29. Kh1 Nf2+ Kg1 Nd3+ 30. Kh1 Nxb2 31. Qc7 and they should be even material-wise.
 
   Apr-09-09 K Havasi vs Breyer, 1917 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Why doesn't white play 24. cxb7+ ? Then 24. ... Kb8 25. Nxf3 gxf3. And after 26. Red1 white might be able to stay afloat.
 
   Apr-03-09 Tal vs V Saigin, 1954 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Why 15. ... dxe5?? 15. ... Ne8 is a whole lot better.
 
   Apr-01-09 Fischer vs Larsen, 1970 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Yes, but 26. Ne6 puts him down a knight. And why doesn't Fischer play 27. Rd5 after 26. ... Qc4 ?
 
   Mar-30-09 Karpov vs Kasparov, 1985 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Why not 34. ... Qd1 ?
 
   Mar-26-09 Karpov vs Shefler, 1961 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: What was the point of 24. ... Qf4 ? And why retreat back c7 after that? Why not play 26. Ref8 or something that will open up white's king to attack. Yes, white has a strong mate in two threat but, black can make some mate in one threats that will open up white's kingside a ...
 
   Mar-25-09 S Polgar vs E Ivanov, 1981 (replies)
 
Thickasabrick31: Why doesn't Ivanov play 14. ... Bxg2 ?
 
   Mar-07-09 B Bettermann vs J Roscher, 1989
 
Thickasabrick31: Why doesn't white play 16. Qxf3 instead? It allows the g-pawn to remain of a defender of f3 square and if black plays 16. ... g4 17. Qxc6 Bxc6 18. Rxf6 with white coming out a piece ahead or 16. ... Qxf3 17. gxf3 g4 18. Ng1 planning for Nd2 if black puts more pressure on it.
 
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