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cehertan
Member since Nov-28-09 · Last seen Apr-19-21
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   cehertan has kibitzed 159 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-13-21 Anderssen vs J Heral, 1873
 
cehertan: Omg exchanging qís on d6 is a cakewalk. One of the worst flubs by such a strong player Iíve seen yet.
 
   Apr-13-21 Blackburne vs O Gelbfuhs, 1873
 
cehertan: If 54...Ke7 55.Kxa4 Kf8 some technique is still required due to the wrong-colored rook pawn. White in this case has to let the BK run to the corner and force black to play ...g5 at the wrong moment. 56.Bh7?? trying to prevent the K from hiding is a terrible blunder due to 56...g5! ...
 
   Apr-11-21 Steinitz vs M Fleissig, 1873
 
cehertan: On move 30 for black just maneuver the K to b5. (30...Kd8-c7-c6.) with an iron blockade he can then shift his rooks to the c-file. White has precisely zilch and the only way black can fail from that diagram is to allow himself to get bolluxed up on the queenside precisely as he ...
 
   Apr-10-21 Blackburne vs Steinitz, 1873 (replies)
 
cehertan: Calli, after 23...Qa1+ 24.Kd2 Qa4 youíre missing mate in 2 with 25.Bd7+ which is why the final position is really lights out.
 
   Apr-10-21 M Fleissig vs Paulsen, 1873
 
cehertan: 70.Kg2 Kg5! 71.Kg3 Bh5! 72.Bb2 Kf5 73.Kf2 Ke4 winning. A very instructive ending indeed.
 
   Apr-10-21 Anderssen vs Bird, 1873
 
cehertan: Birdís 18...c3 was an inspired (and for him, refreshingly sound) pawn sac. If you look at the position several moves later (say move 25) by returning the gambit pawn black has exchanged off his worst piece and achieved harmonious play, with 2 Bís raking the diagonals.
 
   Apr-10-21 Steinitz vs K Pitschel, 1873 (replies)
 
cehertan: I wouldnít say 14...g5 loosens the kingside, Iíd say it appears to win outright more or less. Another case of database randomness. My guess would be steinitz clawed back into it somehow and Pitschel flagged many moves later.
 
   Apr-10-21 W Paulsen vs Zukertort, 1868
 
cehertan: Yeah white should hold though having your k cut off on 1st rank makes it tough in practice. There was no BCE in those days and yes h4? Was a terrible move.
 
   Apr-05-21 Winawer vs J Minckwitz, 1870
 
cehertan: If 25...f6 white swaps all the rooks and plays Nfd5 winning the f6 pawn. It was an early resignation for those days but indeed black is busted.
 
   Mar-24-21 A Giri vs W So, 2021
 
cehertan: Wow!!
 
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