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cyanfish
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   cyanfish has kibitzed 21 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jul-28-08 Carlsen vs E Alekseev, 2008 (replies)
 
cyanfish: Should be a draw now, but still chances for mistakes. Re1 and the pawn can't promote.
 
   Jul-26-08 Pelletier vs Carlsen, 2008 (replies)
 
cyanfish: 42 seconds for Pelletier, 42 minutes for Carlsen.
 
   Apr-27-08 A Voronin vs L Zsiltzova-Lisenko, 2007
 
cyanfish: This is an instructive game for the black side of the 7. Re1 variation of the Canal Attack. Black takes a hold in the centre, makes Black's bishop good and White's bad, and develops play on both sides of the board. The final attack on White's king is also very interesting.
 
   Apr-26-08 A G Jakobsen vs M P Jacobsen, 2007 (replies)
 
cyanfish: Unless I am mistaken, the losing move was 35. Ke3. 34. h4 or 35. h4 should have been sufficient for a draw: 35... gxh4 is winning for white because of the protected passed pawn after 36. f4 (White can always blockade the h-file) 35... g4 36. fxg4 Kxe5 37. Ke3 is easily winning for ...
 
   Apr-25-08 Taimanov vs Lisitsin, 1949 (replies)
 
cyanfish: <Akuni> 37. Ng6+ is perfectly fine. Both it and 37. Nf3+ lead to an easy win, though in fact (according to my human analysis; I may have missed something) Ng6+ mates a move quicker. The mates are as follows: 37. Nf3+ Kh5 38. Rhg8 Qg7 <only way to delay mate; threat is ...
 
   Jan-07-08 Euwe vs C B van den Berg, 1954
 
cyanfish: A very interesting final position. If 34... Rxc7, then 35. Rb8 is actually pretty much forced mate. The king has nowhere to go. And of course, 34... Rxb3 35. Rxc8 with mate following. The following are the best lines that my computer came up with after a few minutes at depth 5/12: ...
 
   Jan-06-08 Chernin vs A Utnasunov, 2000 (replies)
 
cyanfish: Winning the game one pawn at a time.
 
   Dec-26-07 Maseres vs Philidor, 1783 (replies)
 
cyanfish: Wolfmaster, the moves 1... Nh6 and 2... Nf7 are intended to shore up the weakness on f7. He later continues on with a French defense minus two moves (not a great position, but very playable).
 
   Dec-26-07 Bernard / Carlier vs Philidor, 1780 (replies)
 
cyanfish: <sfm> 1... e5 isn't so good because 2. Qh5+ picks up a second pawn and a big attack after 2... Ke7 (2... g6 3. Qxe5+ Qe7 4. Qxh8 ) 3. Qxe5+ Kf7 4. Bc4+ .
 
   Dec-01-07 Alekhine vs J W te Kolste, 1925 (replies)
 
cyanfish: 20... Qh8 is Black's last attempt to get some counter play, but his horrible king position leads to Alekhine's 21. Bxg6. Declining the trade of bishops is hardly an option, because any other move allows either 22. Qg5+ or 22. Qf3+, which forces the same bishop trade to occur (of ...
 
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