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   YoGoSuN has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-01-14 Mamedyarov vs A Giri, 2014 (replies)
YoGoSuN: What about 20. Qxe1+ with the idea of Rd1+ ?
   Apr-16-14 Euwe vs J G Baay, 1921 (replies)
YoGoSuN: Yes, that was a good catch <FSR>. It always astonishes me how counter-intuitive it is that as one reaches the endgame, things don't become simpler, but devilishly more complicated!
   Jan-08-14 P de Rooi vs Portisch, 1963 (replies)
YoGoSuN: Can anyone please explain 16. Nxg4? I don't understand why Portisch felt he had to give the piece back...
   Jan-07-14 Capablanca vs Alekhine, 1914 (replies)
YoGoSuN: I am guessing that Capa didn't do in for the 20. Nxe6 combo since after fxe6 21. Qxe6+ Kh8 22. Qxa6 Rd2 White will lose the d-pawn and be ravelled up in a tight knot. I also believe that Alekhine would have been able to liquidate the Q-side and easily hold the rook ending with pawns
   Dec-02-13 Spassky vs E Perez Gonsalves, 1964
YoGoSuN: Seeing Spassky's Bd1 surprised me at first, but when I thought about it he probably thought it an asset to keep the bishops, as Nb4 would then have been annoying. And that LSB really turns out to be a great piece. It's also incredible to see how Spassky's superior positional ...
   Nov-05-13 Taimanov vs Spassky, 1962 (replies)
YoGoSuN: This game comes off as very strange to me: it's rare in the KID that Black gives White the e4 square and goes onto win!
   Oct-20-13 N Popov vs Karpov, 1968
YoGoSuN: <SimonWebbsTiger> Yes, I do believe that Karpov intended central play with the d5 pawn break, which would end any future possible control of the d5 in addition to freeing his game. Thanks for pointing out that Boleslavsky-Keres game. There, Keres didn't intend for d5 but ...
   Sep-29-13 Rubinstein vs Lasker, 1925 (replies)
YoGoSuN: Can anyone care to explain why Lasker went 57. Kd3 instead of 57. Kb1? I'm sure that 57. Kd3 wins as well, but isn't it 57. Kb1 more direct and obvious?
   Sep-21-13 Averbakh vs V Liublinsky, 1950 (replies)
YoGoSuN: Nice zugzwang position in the end.. I wonder how far Averbakh must have seen that he went in for the opposite-coloured bishops ending.
   Sep-19-13 Kholmov vs Tal, 1963 (replies)
YoGoSuN: LOL, I took five minutes and went for 42. Re2 after 41. Qxf3 instead of the much more direct 42. Rg5+ while Tal played the whole game in five minutes... man truly was a magician!
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