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Walter Glattke
Member since Feb-15-17 · Last seen Jul-11-20
I wrote a chess book.

   Walter Glattke has kibitzed 1456 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-11-20 D J Young vs P Krzyzanowski, 2018 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 22.-Qxb8 23.Nxe7# that's it it. 22.-c3 23.QxQ Rxd8 24.Nxc3 one rook more. Easiest Saturday puzzle for me, too.
   Jul-10-20 Capablanca vs N Zubarev, 1925 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 37.Qd3+ Ke6? 38.Qc4+ Kf5? 39.Qg4# to answer that, or 38.Kxd6 as in the match.
   Jul-09-20 K Richter vs L Abramavicius, 1930 (replies)
Walter Glattke: BLITZ: 18.Rh8+ Bxh8 19.Rxh8+ Kxh8 20.Qh1+ Kg7 21.Qh6+ Kg8 22.Nf6+ Qxf6 23.gxf6 Ne6 24.Ng5 Nxg5 25.Qg7#
   Jul-08-20 L McLaren vs A Ismail, 2017 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Thought for 17.Bxf6 wins. 17.-g6 18.Rg3 Qh5 19.h4 Bxc3 20.bxc3 Rad8 decisive material 18.-Qxh2 19.R3g1 threatens Rh1 wins, 17.Rxg7+ Kxg7 18.Rg1+ Bg4 19.Qf4+ wins
   Jul-07-20 Huebner vs Adorjan, 1980 (replies)
Walter Glattke: After agb king moves black can transform the c-pawn unstoppable. The black king must reach "U1" that means b2 or d2 here to transform in c1, so 69.-Kd3 so always wins, 70.Kg4 too late or 70.Kf2 Kd2 and c-pawns runs then.
   Jul-06-20 Denker vs D MacMurray, 1932 (replies)
Walter Glattke: 14.Qxc6 Qxg5+ 15.Kc2 Bf5+ 16.Kb3 bxc6 17.Nxa8 no option to 14.Rd8+ visible.
   Apr-24-20 D Khismatullin vs S Sjugirov, 2009 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Black threatens Rxb8 Nxa4 or Bxd2 Rxb1 with material advantage. A) 36.Bxd2 Rxb1 37.a6 Na7 38.Ba5 Qb8 39.Qd7 Nb5 40.Nb6 wins, better moves from black asked B)36.Rxb8 Nxa4 37.Bh3 f5 38.exf5 Bf8 39.fxg6 hxg6 40.Rxc8 Qf6 41.Be6+ with white attack. These are the resulte of the ...
   Apr-23-20 G Oparin vs M Kobalia, 2018 (replies)
Walter Glattke: mike1/scormus are right so far, it is harder to play 37-.f6 38.fxg6 fg6 39.Kf2 Kg7 40.Kf3 Ke5 41.Kg3 Nd5 42.h4 and several variations to follow or to be before, but I accept this 3.0, looks pretty fitting to me.
   Apr-22-20 Tal vs I Nei, 1958 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Looking quite disastrous: 19.Rxe6+ fxe6 20.Bg6+ Kd8 21.Qxf6+ Kc8 22.Qxe6+ Bd7 23.Qxg8+ Be8 24.Qxe8# 19.-Kd7 20.Qxf7+ Kc8 21.Rxc6+ bxc6 22.Bf5+ Kd8 23.Qxf6+ Ke8 24.Qxc6+ Kf8 25.Qf6+ Ke8 26.Nd6+ Qxd6 27.QxQ several other possibilities.
   Apr-21-20 Tarrasch vs Harmonist, 1891 (replies)
Walter Glattke: Re1-Re8 - I just made thoughts about "groundline-mate", s0 26.f6 Rfd8?? 27.Qxd7 Rxd7 28.Re8# or I always think for Tal-Dr. Lehmann, Hamburg 1960, where Dr. Lehmann attacked Qd5 with Rd8, and Tal played 25.Rf4!, so Rf8xf4 or Rd8xd5 would end with mating. So, playing 24.Rfe1 is
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