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Member since Jan-25-06 · Last seen Apr-30-11
Hi C player lives in N California

   blitzermat has kibitzed 6 times to chessgames  
   Apr-13-11 Chigorin vs Blackburne, 1898 (replies)
blitzermat: 45.Qb4 and 45. Qcd4 both seem like they win for white. How dicey it is to play a queen down like that, and still win!
   Jul-29-09 Hydra vs Karjakin, 2004
blitzermat: spirit--Qxc6 leads to a draw after Qc1+ Kh2 Qf4+ perpetual check... and if g3, Qxf2+ with another perpetual check.
   Jan-19-07 J Standen vs G Matchen, 2000
blitzermat: The N can be protected, but if Re1, Qf4+ Kg1 BxN RxB RxR QxR Qxd4+ picks up 2 more pawns for a 3 passed pawn endgame advantage with Queens on the board
   Jan-31-06 C Jaenisch vs Staunton, 1851 (replies)
blitzermat: The exchange sac on move 39 is instructive for endgame. Staunton did not play very soundly, either.
   Jan-25-06 Vladimirov vs Hydra, 2004 (replies)
blitzermat: you guys are all missing 24...Rxg3 check! (after 24.Rb4) which allows black to squiggle out a piece ahead. 24...Qa5? is way too slow and allows 25. Rb7, surviving.
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