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   chessworm has kibitzed 38 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-28-16 World Championship Candidates (2016) (replies)
chessworm: Theoretically, does Anand have any chance left? Or is it only between Caruana and Karjakin?
   Jun-17-13 C Samarian vs G Gennari, 2005 (replies)
chessworm: How 41.Qg5 is better than Qf8+? The only thing better than taking a Q off the board for a R is mate, but I am not seeing any !
   Mar-28-13 O Chernin vs E Schiller, 1998 (replies)
chessworm: <HeMateMe> I first tried to work Rxg2 as well. But, could not find the play after Qxg2. Kxg2 is just suicidal
   Feb-26-13 Naiditsch vs Anand, 2013 (replies)
chessworm: Why isn't 11.. ♕xe4 considered as an exchange sacrifice from Black?
   Feb-18-13 Alekhine vs B Verlinsky, 1918 (replies)
chessworm: Nice game. I don't the think pun's intention is to promote that site, rather to state that Boris has entered Alekhine's net :)
   Feb-04-13 P Ravn vs Portisch, 1957 (replies)
chessworm: Instead of 34... b6, what if black had played 34... ♖h2+ ? If white plays ♖xh2, ♕ will retake the rook with a check and against an undefended King/Rook/Bishop Queen+Rook combo can atleast gain a piece. For eg. 35. ♖xh2 ♕xh2+ 36. ♔f1 will cost ...
   Aug-30-12 V Timofeev vs Nezhmetdinov, 1969 (replies)
chessworm: <computer chess guy> After 23. ♕b8, instead of ♘h2+, ♗lack can play .. fxg3 Δ 24.. ♘e3#. If White plays 24. ♕xg3 ♘e3+ costs the Queen. 24. ♖d3 ♘e3+ 25. ♖xe3 ♗h3+ 26. ♗g2 ♕xa8
   Sep-29-11 Kmoch vs Rubinstein, 1926 (replies)
chessworm: After seeing this position, though ♖f3+! is evident, I tried to see some win for black for ♖h3. Finally, when I am convinced, there is no way for White to win for this, Qxh3 is upsetting :( Unfortunately, out of 3 ways black can take the rook, 2 give win for black ...
   Sep-28-11 Carlos Torre vs Ed. Lasker, 1926 (replies)
chessworm: Edward Lasker has commented on this game somewhere in his books. In that, I think, he mentions that he has seen that move, but did not play it for some reason. Anyone has further details to that?
   Sep-23-11 M Yudovich Sr. vs Ragozin, 1937 (replies)
chessworm: <abuzic> Its illegal! But for the actual continuation of 32.. ♕g5 defense, see Jim's analysis. If somebody has foreseen entire Qg5 line with Q and R sacrifices, then only he can claim to have gotten the puzzle imo.. Its simply beautiful!
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