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bachus
Member since Sep-05-06 · Last seen Dec-27-12
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   bachus has kibitzed 11 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-23-09 Santa Claus (replies)
 
bachus: Dear Santa, I wish I were a child again... if it's not possible, at least teach me how to feel, think and act like a child...
 
   Jan-28-09 Short vs P Velikov, 1987 (replies)
 
bachus: If 28..Kf7, then 29.Nd8+! is mate in 4.
 
   Jan-13-09 A Bannik vs Tal, 1954 (replies)
 
bachus: 29..Qd1 should win a piece leaving black an exchange up and white cramped. Or not?
 
   Jul-11-08 The World vs G Timmerman, 2007 (replies)
 
bachus: <Domdaniel: Tablebases aren't a lot of use: they'll give cast-iron wins, but not always the quickest route.> <firebrandx: Huh? Tablebases do in fact show you the fastest possible route with best play from both sides.> I understood from reading the first post probably what
 
   Feb-20-08 Y Shulman vs S T Ansell, 2002 (replies)
 
bachus: <wouldpusher> If given the position at move 54, I would move 54.Nc5+ and probably still win.... that is, until I saw the combination
 
   Jan-22-08 Saemisch vs Gruenfeld, 1929 (replies)
 
bachus: <al wazir>: <I can't help feeling that white could have finished this sooner. For example, 29. Rxg5...> Perhaps because of 29...f5 which would win the exchange for 2 pawns but most of all would allow the black queen to infiltrate through g5 and c1 with counterplay
 
   Nov-30-07 Nisipeanu vs Zhao Jun, 2007 (replies)
 
bachus: Incredible endgame... As far as I understand, white must prevent the black king from reaching the a8 square, but I'm not sure black didn't make any mistake... perhaps 108...Kg8 was the mistake? I can't believe black played the endgame perfectly and still lost.
 
   Oct-05-07 P Simacek vs Nisipeanu, 2007 (replies)
 
bachus: hi <nuwanda>, thanks for pointing this, i believe you're right, 47.Kd3 Kf4 48.Rxe2 is a draw which means 46..Ke5 was not played
 
   Jun-26-07 E J Diemer vs D Schulte, 1950 (replies)
 
bachus: I believe resigning was premature. After Ke8, white doesn't have anything conclusive, perhaps a draw if black is not careful, but black should remain with at least the bishop for 2 extra white pawns.
 
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