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   ajk68 has kibitzed 858 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-22-22 Carlsen vs Rapport, 2022 (replies)
ajk68: <Check It Out: Rapport screwed up. At the very least he could have played 21...e5 and battled on.> I ran your suggestion on SF. The computer likes 21...Nc5, with about +1.04. Second best move is e5.
   Jan-21-22 L Christiansen vs Browne, 2004
ajk68: Black is ever so slightly better (more active king and more advanced pawn), but white easily draws.
   Jan-21-22 M Mchedlishvili vs K Shanava, 2017 (replies)
ajk68: 40...Ke5 violates general the principle of blocking the pawn with the rook as soon as possible. Don't know if it makes a difference or not.
   Jan-18-22 de Firmian vs Speelman, 1977 (replies)
ajk68: Nice stalemate trap at move 99. If 99. Ne7+ Qxe7 100. Kxe7 stalemate
   Jan-18-22 Dubov vs V S Gujrathi, 2022 (replies)
ajk68: 32. f3?? Dubov missed the resource 32. Qc8+, when 32...Kxe4 leads to checkmate: 33. Qg4+ Kd5 34. Qc4+ Kd6 35. Qc6# 32...Kf6 Qh8+ and black has to go back to f5 to protect the rook. 32...Kg6 Qg8+ and black either goes back to f5 or goes to f6 where he is then forced to f5. So Qc8+ ...
   Jan-13-22 T Harutyunian vs D Shahinyan, 2022
ajk68: 14. Nc3??
   Jan-12-22 Y Nagel vs S Gvetadze, 2003
ajk68: I don't think I've ever seen so many ? moves. It looks like the computer even got tired of putting question marks - some of the moves it doesn't flag are still mistakes worth a pawn. Black ? moves: 6,10,12,13,14,15,16,18,19 White ? moves: (12),14,15,16,18,20
   Jan-10-22 Lynda Roberts vs Y Nagel, 1985 (replies)
ajk68: <chesscrazy: Nagel still had some chances to win. I don't know why he resigned. Taking the b4 pawn would have been fine.> No. Black was going to get smashed. Qxb4 Nxc6 bxc6 Nxe4 Qxd2 Bxd2 Nxe4 fxe4 O-O Bb4 Rd8 Kf2 Bb7 Bc5 [DIAGRAM] White is up a bishop for a pawn. White has ...
   Jan-10-22 Kasparov vs Lautier, 1994
ajk68: <<20.Qe4?> loses by force, according to JL.> That does not appear to be the case.
   Jan-10-22 Karpov vs Polgar, 1994 (replies)
ajk68: The moves after 28...Rb5? are so ruthlessly logical on white's part. <Gaito: Where did Judit go wrong in this game?> Rb5. Rbe8 was more accurate.
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