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   butilikefur has kibitzed 230 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-09-23 Botvinnik vs Smyslov, 1954 (replies)
butilikefur: the game is nuts...but the comment section is more hilarious!
   May-04-23 Gufeld vs Tal, 1956
butilikefur: Yeah..that a4 was cute from Tal..if Qa8-a4 then Qe4-g2 becomes unstoppable..and bxa4 will permit c4-c3.
   Apr-25-23 Aronian vs R Jumabayev, 2018
butilikefur: I think <35. Bf8+ Rxf8> might be a problem since <36. Rd8 Qa3> is bothersome after <37. c8=Q Rxd8 38. Qc7+ Kh6> (Kg8 39. Qxd8+) <39. Qf4+ Kg7 40. Rc7+ Kg8> seems to safely avoid all checks. Also, I had trouble finishing things after <35. Bf8+ Kf7 36. ...
   Sep-23-22 Aronian vs B Adhiban, 2021
butilikefur: Lol !
   Sep-24-21 Sax vs J Gallagher, 1999 (replies)
butilikefur: White to play is nice. Anyhow... The only chance is 26...♘c5 27. ♗xf6 (maybe 27. c3 but I think 27...♕a2 28. ♔c1 ♕xb3 with ♖a1 and ♕xb2 coming) 27...♕a2 28. ♔c1 ♘xb3 29. cxb3 ♖fc8 30. ♔d2 ♕xb2 and now
   Jan-03-21 Tal vs Velimirovic, 1977
butilikefur: i don't think it can be <43. gxf7+ ♔xf7 44. ♗h5+ ♔f8 45. ♖c8+ ♔e7 46. ♕e4+?> because of 46...♕e5 or ...♗e5. I think you have to get rid of the bishop first with <46. ♕h7+ ♗g7 47. ♖e8+ ♔d7> ...
   Jan-17-20 R Kuijf vs Anand, 1990
butilikefur: <sea7kenp> White still has 25. Qd1. After this is a cool tactic to finish things: 25...Rxg2+ 26. Kxg2 (26. Kh1 Rxh2+ 27. Kg1 Rg8+ 28. Bg5 Rxg5+ 29. Nxg5 Qh1+ mate) 26...Rg8+ 27. Kh1 Be4 (27...Qxd1 28. Rxd1 Be4 allows 29. Rxd6 cxd6 30. h4) 28. Qxd5 Bxd5 and 29...Bxf3+ will ...
   Nov-14-18 R Sadhwani vs Anand, 2018
butilikefur: I don't get 33. c5... after that Anand walked right over him
   Mar-19-18 Lutikov vs Tal, 1955 (replies)
butilikefur: <pikoro><Cyphelium>: Hey guys. After <24...Qxd2 25. Rxd2> Black might try <25...Rgd6> instead but runs into <26. Ne7+ Kf8 27. Rxd6 Rxd6 28. Nf5> with a hanging rook and Rh8+ mate. Against <25...Rxg4 26. Ne7+ Kf8 27. Rxd8+> by ...
   Mar-12-18 Grischuk vs Polgar, 2007
butilikefur: Judit was just talking about this game as her greatest save in Candidates commentary "...of course he was looking at me like 'Come on, i mean, why don't you resign... you've been lost already for the last 45-50 moves..."
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