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   boringplayer has kibitzed 45 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-16-20 V Gashimov vs M Bartel, 2003 (replies)
boringplayer: Missed 38) Qh3, opting for 38) Re7+ instead.
   Oct-30-19 O Bernstein vs Capablanca, 1914 (replies)
boringplayer: TY < Visayanbraindoctor > for the links to those games.
   Oct-17-19 Carlsen vs Bacrot, 2010 (replies)
boringplayer: I got it wrong. Tried 29. Nf6, but missed the important point that Black isn't obliged to take. Back to the drawing board..
   Oct-02-19 H Melkumyan vs A Donchenko, 2014 (replies)
boringplayer: Seeing that White wins back the pawn and gets a strong passer wasn't too hard, but the ensuing play wasn't Medium/Easy for me. I don't think seeing only through 30. e6 counts here.
   Sep-20-19 Suttles vs Benko, 1974
boringplayer: Thank you < Random visitor >. The defense with ...Rg8 was what I saw first, just like hcgflynn.
   Sep-16-19 C Coppola vs B Macias Murillo, 2009 (replies)
boringplayer: Thanks everyone for posting. I just figured my game had hit a new low. I did see that Bg6 lost for White. It seemed then that it was " White to move and hold on for dear life." I went for Rd5, followed by Be4, but, as was mentioned earlier, Black is still better.
   Jul-11-19 L Gutman vs Kholmov, 1975 (replies)
boringplayer: Saw 25.Ne5 and gave up on that idea. I felt 23.Bf7 might work instead. I'm thinking that one reason I missed Bh6+ is that I was so fixated on the mate possibility on f7. It was important to notice that the white KB hit g8 too. This has been a problem for me OTB, as well.
   Jul-08-19 A Franck vs Portisch, 1958 (replies)
boringplayer: I saw the same line as Phony Benoni. If Black doesn't play into the skewer, he gets mated.
   May-23-19 Neo Zhu vs Shabalov, 2017 (replies)
boringplayer: I think 29).. Qh2+ works, too. After 29)Kh2 Rf2, Black has the threat of 30) ..Rgg2. If White defends g2 with 30) Rg1, then 30)..Bf4+; 31) Kh1 Rg6, and the check on h6 is hard to meet. If White tries to block the h-file by moving the Nc3, then 31)..Rh6+; 32) Qh3 Bh3; 33) Rh3 ...
   May-03-19 A Shimanov vs R Rapport, 2012 (replies)
boringplayer: 27.Qf3 Rh2, with..Qh3 coming. If 28) Qe3, then 28) ..Rh1+; 29)Kg2 Qh3+; 30)Kf3 Rf1+; 31) Rf1 Qf1+ ; 32) Kg4 f5#.
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