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   War62 has kibitzed 12 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Feb-21-21 Nutakki Priyanka vs A Istratescu, 2019
War62: I was very impressed with Andrei Istratescu's grasp of the game who led most of the way! 30Rd2? This gave black, who had the edge, an even bigger one. I like Kh2 here for white, doesn't get white out of the woods by any means, but it's better. 31.Rc2? Ra2 is better. 31...Rc8? Nde5 ...
   Feb-20-21 Letelier vs Fischer, 1960 (replies)
War62: I agree with plang's comments: e5 didn't lose the game. 10 had much more to do with it, Ne4? gave black a big advantage - Nf3 would have been much better. 10...Bf5?! a day early, which is better than a day late, I would have started with 10...Qa5+ 11.Qd2 Qxd2+ 12.Bxd2 dxe5 13.fxe5 ...
   Feb-19-21 Aronian vs Karjakin, 2016
War62: A very well played game! then came 22...Bf7, I thought Nd4 would have been a little better. 23...Bg6, bishop is better placed at d5. 25...Na3? c6 is better! 29...Nxe3? Nb5 is better! 30.Qxa3? this is where white loses his shot at winning, 30.Rxb8+ Rxb8 31.Qxa3 Nxg2 32.Kxg2 Qd7 ...
   Feb-17-21 W Kastner vs E Frosch, 2000
War62: Here's the game in a Nutshell! 11...Nxc3 I like Re1 here a little better. 12...Nd7 again c5 I like a little better. 17.Ne5? loses all advantage, Bxc8 is much better. 18...Rad8? gives advantage right back,Ne4 better 24.?? a double No No, Qb2 was the right move. 24...Rdb7? - ...
   Feb-07-21 P Poobalasingam vs B Purton, 2016
War62: Move 12.Bxd3 - I like Be3 a little better here. 12...Qxd3? this loses all advantage black had and ends up a draw. Much better would be to play 12...exd3 13.Bf4 Bf5 14.Qf3 a4 15.Rfd1 Re1 16.Bxc7 Qd7 17.Rd2 Qe7 18.h4 Qc5 19.Qxb7 a3 And now black has some advantage with the passed pawn ...
   Feb-03-21 Romanishin vs Zherebukh, 2007
War62: 17.Bb2? Better is Ng5 Ke7 18.Nxh7 Rf5 19.h4 Rh8 20.Ng5 Nf6 21.Bxc5+ Kd7 22.Ree1 and white at least has a shot at a win.
   Feb-03-21 Stockholm Vasa Club vs Riga Senior Club, 1934
War62: Move 12...Be7, I would have preferred this two moves ago instead of...Nf6. 19.a4, this has been a fun gambit and well played so far, some may prefer to play Kh1 here, but I see little difference. 23.Re7? This losses all advantage for white, better would have been: Rg3 Rxf1+ 24.Bxf1 ...
   Jan-30-21 B Hague vs S Lill, 2018
War62: I liked blacks move on 8...Qg4. 9.Be2? better to play Qf2 with a nice advantage, white lost some of that advantage with his move. 9...Nf6? black gives whatever advantage white lost, right back to him, better to play Qxf3 here. 10.Qxf6? once again Qf2 is better. 15.Re1, stronger is ...
   Jan-30-21 M Brown vs O Cvitan, 2016
War62: 22...e5? black is better off to play Kf7 here, now white has advantage. 25...Rd4 - better to play Rf4 here. 39.c4? White has lost his advantage by playing this endgame inaccurately. Better would have been 38.Rc8 Rh2+ 39.Ke1 g5 40.Nf2 with some advantage, a shame to have such a nice ...
   Jan-30-21 B Zueger vs Kindermann, 1989
War62: I'll start out by saying on move 13, I like Ba3 more than move played Nc3. That being said, on move 13...c6, black is better off with Rf7. 14.dxc6? again he misses Ba3! now the advantage is handed to black. 15.Ba3 - a day late and a dollar short, Bb2 is probably better now. 18.Rad1? ...
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