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   butilikefur has kibitzed 223 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Nov-14-18 Raunak 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 Judit 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..."
   Feb-03-18 Uhlmann vs Anand, 1990 (replies)
butilikefur: <27. Ne3> doesn't seem to work because <27...Rb1+ 28. Kh2> 28.Kg2 Nxe3+ 29. Qxe3 d5 30. Qxh6 and White just has to stop Bg4 maybe 30...Qe6 <28...Nxe3 29. Bxc6 Nf1+> is the issue. There is also <28. Bc1> but I thought <28...Rxc1+ 29. Qxc1 Nxc3> and ...
   Jan-24-18 Carlsen vs W So, 2018 (replies)
butilikefur: great game
   Dec-09-17 A Samsonkin vs Nakamura, 2009
butilikefur: <Confuse> Yeah, what the heck was i talking about... Ne2 is just more logical for Rc7 tactics.
   Apr-20-17 K H Podzielny vs G Diez, 2007 (replies)
butilikefur: <26. Bxh6 Qc3> 26...Rg8 (26...gxh6 27. Rxh6+ Kxh6 28. f6 Qe3+ 29. Kh2 Bxe4 30. Qg7+ Kh5 31. Rf5+ Bxf5 32. Bf3+ Qxf3 33. Qg5+ mate) 27. Bxg7 Qe3+ (27...Rxg7 28. Qh5+ Kg8 29. Rd8+ mate) 28. Kh2 Nc6 (otherwise White has 30. Qh5+ Kxg7 31. f6+ Kf8 32. Rd8+ mate) 29. f6 Qh6 30. ...
   Jul-18-15 Karpov vs Tal, 1976
butilikefur: 37...♖f8! C'mon Tal. 38. ♕a7 ♖e2 and he has no checks. Kick the queen and you have ideas like 38...b3 39. cxb3 ♕d3+ or 38... ♖e1. Oh. 37...♖f8 38. ♖xg7+ ♔xg7 39. ♖g1+ ♔h7 40. ♕a7+ ♖e7 41. ♕xe7+ ... Yes
   Nov-08-12 L B Hansen vs Adams, 1995 (replies)
butilikefur: <31...Rxh4 32. gxh4 Bb8+ 33. f4 Re2+ 34. Rf2 Bxf4+ 35. Kg2> 35. Kg1 Be3 is worse <35...Be3 36. Rxe2> 36. Rf1 Qg4+ 37. Kh2 Bf4+ 38. Nxf4 Qxf4+ loses (e.g. 39. Kg2 Qg4+ 40. Kh2 Re3; 39. Kh3 Re3+ 40. Kg2 Qg3+ [not 40...Rg3+] 41. Kh1 Qh3+ mates) <36...Qg4+ 37. Kf1>
   Aug-13-11 Sasikiran vs V Laznicka, 2011 (replies)
butilikefur: The actual win perhaps isn't a 'very difficult' puzzle but it feels complicated because of another attractive possibility... that I haven't found a defense for. <65. Re7+ Kf6 66. Qf8+ Kg6 67. Rg7+ Kh5 68. Rh7+ Kg4 69. Qb4+ Kf3> 69Rf4 70. Rh4+ Kf3 (70gxh4 71. Qxf4+ Kh5 ...
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