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chesskingqph
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   chesskingqph has kibitzed 20 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-15-10 Carlsen vs Aronian, 2010 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: In <Atking> line above, would White win if 64...Kg8? I can see the following continuations. 65.exf7 Kxf7 66.Ke3 Ke6 67.Kxd3 Kf7. I think it would be a draw here. 65.e7 Rxe7 66.fxe7 Kf7 and draw. 65.Ke3 Ra2 66.Kxd3 Ra2 then Ra4 and Black would win.
 
   Nov-17-09 Tal vs S Mohr, 1990 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: Is 30. Qb8 any better for Black? At least it is not die of greed :D.
 
   Oct-22-09 Ahues vs Sultan Khan, 1930 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: <dzechiel> You're right in principle, but the continuation after 47 Ke2 Qh2 48 Qxd3 ... must be a bit different because 48 is actually Qxd3+, Black has to capture the white queen I think.
 
   Aug-17-09 FIDE Jermuk Grand Prix (2009) (replies)
 
chesskingqph: Quoted from tournament regulations: "Time control: 120 minutes for the first forty moves, 60 minutes for the next twenty moves and then each player will be allotted 15 minutes after the second time control and an increment of 30 seconds per move will be allowed from move 61 ...
 
   Aug-02-09 Carlsen vs A Groenn, 2005 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: I think Black contributed a lot to his own loss. Carlsen developed all the pieces after 10th move, while Groenn was too late: the whole Queen side to do and his King also. But we have to say the pressure on c3 had been handled brilliantly by Carlsen.
 
   Aug-02-09 B Ivanovic vs G Ginsburg, 2003 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: I think that if Black had played 23. Rg8 White would have found it hard to develop his attack. 23.. Bg5 as played in the game simply gave away (back) the bishop and more damaging it helped White to open the h file. Do I miss something?
 
   Jul-28-09 Biel International Chess Festival (2009) (replies)
 
chesskingqph: Thanks Aspirador! You're right.
 
   Apr-12-09 N Pert vs S Crockart, 2007 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: <RandomVisitor> I agree with you. But earlier than that 10...Bf5 might be more precise. The B at f5 then covers the Knight at f6 and also protects h3 square. White's Qf3 after the pawn exchange is no long that strong.
 
   Apr-11-09 Shirov vs Movsesian, 2005 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: It seems that Black blundered with 20...fxg4. Shredder suggests 20...Rdf7 instead. The pawn e6 is now protected, White still needs to move its g4 rook somewhere in the g pile, so 21.Rg6 seems to be the better move compared to 21.Rg5. Black then play 21...f4 to prepare to take ...
 
   Mar-20-09 Tal vs E Nievergelt, 1959 (replies)
 
chesskingqph: <newzild>: I think if 34...Re8 then White could play 35.Rxa6, Black is forced to play 35...Bxa6 then White 36.Bxa6. Now Black seems not have a good way to defend both c6 and the bottom line. White has several initiatives. Does this mean that White can always play 35.Rxa6,
 
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