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   chessdr has kibitzed 57 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-29-13 V Zvjaginsev vs Bologan, 2010 (replies)
chessdr: <jrpg> Not quite right. After 36. ... Qf4 37. Qc8+ Kg7 38. e7 Qf7+ 39. b3 then Qxe7, since the white queen is on c8. I think 36. ... Qf1 is even more challenging, e.g., 37. Qc8+ Kg7, and if 38. b3 to allow e7, then 38. ... Qe2 and white has some work to bring the pawn in. If ...
   Sep-05-12 J Kalish vs E Dunphy, 1966 (replies)
chessdr: <Once> You make a number of good points but I think I'd add one thing. Chess is beautiful. I post my analysis to share what I've found, not to show that I found it (I'm usually a few posts behind). No harm in holding up a gold nugget. Of course I also wonder if I'm right and ...
   Nov-19-10 Anderssen vs Dufresne, 1852 (replies)
chessdr: <hstevens129> I misnumbered the moves - what I meant: 22. ... Kxd8 23. Be4+ (or Be2+) Nd4 24. Bxf3 Bxf3. So now what does white do?
   Mar-12-10 V Sozin vs P Romanovsky, 1925 (replies)
chessdr: JimfromProvidence: You said, after 17...Qc3 18 Qa4 Rad8 19 Nc6, Rybka saw 19 ... Nc5! 20 Bxc5 Qxc5+ 21 Kh1 b5 22 Qa6 Rxd1+ 23 Rxd1 Re6 24 Qc8+ Bf8 25 Nxa7 Qxa7, winning a piece. That only works because the potential defense 25 ... Rd8 loses to 26 Qc1. So what does Rybka say about 21
   Oct-03-08 G Forintos vs V Tomovic, 1957 (replies)
chessdr: D'oh...except for that. Right.
   Dec-06-07 Van der Wiel vs Timman, 1988 (replies)
chessdr: Hoozits, I don't have a board but if 33. Bxc3 Rxc3 34. Rd5 Rc7. This is does not work after the text because of 33. Re7 Rc7 34. Bxc3.
   Oct-21-05 Romanishin vs Anikaev, 1973 (replies)
chessdr: <hucknoog> (Nice name) -- As near as I can figure after 9 ... Nxe4 10 Nxe4 Bxe4 11 Qg4 white has an attack worth a lot more than a pawn. E.g. 11 ... Bd5 12 Bxd5 exd5 13 Rfe1 Be7 14 Bg5 f6 15 Ne6 Qd7 16 Bxf6! Or 11 ... Bg6 12 Bxe6 fxe6 13 Nxe6 Qd7 14 Bb6 Kf7 (Ke7 15 Rfe1) 15 ...
   Aug-23-05 Xie Jun vs Short, 2002 (replies)
chessdr: <jahhaj> <pinkpanther>, I think the ending should go 53 Kxg7 54 Ne6+ Kg6 55 Nxf4+ Kf5 56 g3 Ke4 57 Kf2 f5 58 Ne2 Kd3 59 Nc3! and white wins (if 59 ... Kd4 60 Ke2). If instead 57 ... Kd4 then 58 Nh5, and if 58 ... Ke5 59 Ke3 and wins, or if 58 ... f5 59 Nf4 Ke4 60 Ne2 and
   Mar-16-05 Petrosian vs M Pavey, 1955 (replies)
chessdr: <DWINS> and <dorn>, nice finding 50. Ne3!. It is easy to overlook quiet moves in a wide-open position. 50. Nh6 does the same thing.
   Mar-02-05 Shirov vs Motylev, 2001 (replies)
chessdr: Third thoughts (re: my Sep 04 posts). What if 12. ... c3 13. Nxd7 c2 14. Nxf6+ Kd8 15. Bd3 c1=Q+ 16. Ke2 Qf4. White may have to give the piece back. Black is still terribly underdeveloped but I can't find a clear win.
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