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   alan11 has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   Dec-04-07 Anand vs Bareev, 1993 (replies)
alan11: There is a great tactical book called "Alekhine's Block" that is a collection of these types of sacrifices on f6, g6, h6 (and there third rank counterparts.) After going through that book, it becomes natural to look for this powerful tactic. I think that's why this seemingly ...
   Dec-02-07 Krum Georgiev vs C Ionescu, 1986 (replies)
alan11: I like Rf6 better than the correct line. How can a puzzle take 30 moves?
   Nov-27-07 P Chan vs Wu Kaiyu, 2001 (replies)
alan11: Just a technicality, but everyone keeps saying the queen is lost. The queen can be exchanged for white's queen (on a5) The point is that black will then lose it's rook on c8. It doesn't matter in this game, but if the black rook on c8 were defended, Black could at least play on ...
   Sep-14-07 H R Herndl vs Skembris, 1987 (replies)
alan11: SwitchingQuylthulg: Sorry, I missed Kg1. That's what I was missing!!
   May-23-07 Captain William Davies Evans (replies)
alan11: The evans gambit has to be the most exciting game in chess. Evan's games are great, but look at Paul Morphy's games in the Evans. Pure genius.
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