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Zivildiener
Member since Oct-17-04 · Last seen Nov-04-08
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   Zivildiener has kibitzed 19 times to chessgames   [less...]
   Feb-16-07 K Klundt vs H Kestler, 1970 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: can anyone tell me what's wrong with Rxf7? I see only: Rxf7 Rxf7 Rf1 and black's having a hard time, e.g. Nxe2 Rxf7 or Kd8 Nxf7+... looks good to me or might Rxf7 also be a good move? (since Nxf7 is forced it might be the better alternative but is there a mistake in my ...
 
   Jan-07-07 Fedorov vs N Miezis, 2000 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: <fisheremon> I especially like your third line, after 28...Rxg3 29. hxg3 Rh8 how can white play Bh7?! there's stille the pawn on f5... also it seems you give the three lines as an answer to Qb8, but how can white capture anything on g3 then...?!
 
   Sep-20-06 E Eliskases vs F Hoelzl, 1929 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: as <greensfield> and <jmi>, I went for Re5, which is as well, but after seeing the solution, I found the reason why it takes a little longer... Re5 Bg6! (which loses of course, but hey - it lasts a move longer than after Re5 ;) )
 
   Jul-25-06 I Veinger vs G Timoshchenko, 1998 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: it is way easier to solve a puzzle because you know there has to be something... but you can't spend so much time analyzing each position for every sacrifice and calculate every line to the very end... (while analyzing a game with my coach he told me: look, there is something, ...
 
   Jul-18-06 C Desmarais vs L Seres, 2001 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: <How come Short crushed Fritz 6 in '01 before and there wasn't a program (maybe Fritz 7 was out but this was in February) stronger than Fritz 6.> afaik short crushed fritz 6 in tournament chess (loooong time settings) but lost against whoever (I follow the 'proofs' of a ...
 
   Jul-18-06 Kachler vs Paulsen, 1865 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: I went for Rxg2+ Bxg2 and Qg5 with the threat of Rxd2 in case of f3 (which is, of course, illegal but I didn't see it and was happy with my "solution" :))
 
   May-06-06 J Fort vs W Campbell, 1913 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: well, actually I know Black's version of this gambit as "elephant gambit"... I analysed it a little bit, 1. e4 f5 2. exf5 Kf7 and now the best is Bc4+ because d5 fails to Qh5+ so e6 and Black has hardly anything... after the "standard" Qh5+ g6 fxg6+ Kg7 gxh7 I usually continue
 
   Feb-26-06 Polugaevsky vs I Bilek, 1969 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: because the queen is pinned in front of the king (h2!!) but after Rxd5 Qxb8 the game is over ;) Kf7 Qxb7 and after Kxf6 the Queen picks up the Rook or other moves lead to check-mate
 
   Feb-23-06 Gufeld vs B Ivanovic, 1979 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: <saruman> well nice ending but 35. Bh6+!? Rxh6 and I'm not sure whether it's as clear as 35. Bc5!! with pinning the Queen as on Qxc5 your mate Qf7 follows
 
   Feb-15-06 D B Gurevich vs C Hansen, 1986 (replies)
 
Zivildiener: <patzer2> indeed, 4.4 gives you the right to force your opponent to move with the rook in this case... but you say it's not in the spirit... i can only emphasize... it gives you the RIGHT to claim it, but it's not a must :) pros: castling is a king's move, therefore you've
 
   Nov-06-05 Dzindzichashvili vs V Tukmakov, 1971 (replies)
   Sep-10-05 B Jonasson vs Angantysson, 1986 (replies)
   May-28-05 Van der Wiel vs G Miralles, 1990 (replies)
   Mar-26-05 A Abolianin vs K Lie, 2004 (replies)
   Mar-24-05 Kasparov vs Mephisto, 1985 (replies)
   Mar-19-05 Kasparov vs Illescas Cordoba, 1994 (replies)
   Mar-12-05 Gulko vs Chiburdanidze, 1985 (replies)
   Mar-11-05 Kasparov vs Topalov, 1999 (replies)
   Feb-16-05 Winants vs S van Blitterswijk, 2004 (replies)
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