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   ajax333221 has kibitzed 53 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Aug-01-21 E Rompteau vs K E Engel, 1965 (replies)
ajax333221: I guess all of that couldn't be possible one move earlier right? 21. b4 really limits his own Queen.
   Apr-10-21 D V Prasad vs K Murugan, 1992 (replies)
ajax333221: I spent like 5 minutes looking into every possible move and found nothing until I finally see the potential for the Rook sac. However my initial idea was: 18. Rxf7 Kxf7 19. Bd8 Attacking the Queen with the Bishop in hopes that freeing the g5 square with a tempo for the f3 Knight ...
   Oct-18-20 Dolmatov vs Polugaevsky, 1988 (replies)
ajax333221: It is so easy to understand how every following move is going to be, but it was very hard to have the creativity and vision for the first nail in the coffin.
   Jan-10-15 Bogoljubov vs Spielmann, 1919 (replies)
ajax333221: [DIAGRAM] 26. Qc8+ Rd8 27. Rxe6+ fxe6 28. Qxe6+ Qe7 29. Qxe7# 1-0 this is one move longer, but more straightforward in my opinion.
   Jan-09-15 Jakovenko vs Carlsen, 2007 (replies)
ajax333221: 40...Qf1 was missed, I guess once you look into a way of simplifying the position into a quick win you stop looking.
   May-07-14 J Pachow vs P Enders, 1981 (replies)
ajax333221: haven't seen the movie nor read the books.
   Jan-23-14 Ivkov vs Lengyel, 1964 (replies)
ajax333221: it makes us think around 4+ moves in the future, but once you look at the correct line everything is clear: RxB, NxR, B pin N, (now there are only 2 choices to protect the knight) a)Rc8? Nd6 fork QR b)Qc7 The Queen is overloaded, both protecting g7 and c5, there is little ...
   Jan-02-14 I Abonyi vs G Lovas, 1915 (replies)
ajax333221: I thought 15.Nf6+ was as good, but then the castle defense appears!: 15.Nf6+ gxf6 16.Qxf6 O-O
   Dec-20-13 A Mathiassen vs S Sorensen, 1862
ajax333221: interesting, 29.Qf4 or 29.Qd4 is followed by 29...Bb4+ 30.Qxb4 Rxb4 However if we go back and see why 28...h5 was played (instead of directly moving the bishop to b4) is that there is a sneaky Rd8#, so if you go 28...Bb4+? 29.Qxb4! (blacks can't capture the queen because that ...
   Dec-10-13 P Littlewood vs D Norwood, 1985 (replies)
ajax333221: but we were (or are) close
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