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cydmd
Member since Nov-05-03 · Last seen Sep-28-12
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   cydmd has kibitzed 73 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jun-22-12 Romanishin vs Marjanovic, 1972 (replies)
 
cydmd: I'm very honored and pleased to see many positive comments from that smart community about the solution I gave to that puzzle 8 years ago. Comments came up again since <LTJ> "rediscovered" it. Thank you, guys.
 
   Feb-29-12 J Aagaard vs P A Rasmussen, 1996 (replies)
 
cydmd: <Gilmoy>, I don't think 29.Qxb7+ is laborious. See for yourself. 27.Rxc7+ Kxc7 28.Re7+ Kb6 29.Qxb7+ 29... Kc5 30.b4# [DIAGRAM] 29... Ka5 30.b4+ Ka4 31.Qa6# [DIAGRAM] I think that's even simpler than the actual line.
 
   Feb-15-12 Judit Polgar vs L B Hansen, 1989 (replies)
 
cydmd: We're lucky guys!! We have an exclusive chess columnist: <Once>. Don't lose his entertaining column everyday at CG.
 
   Feb-10-12 A A Lopez vs E Schiller, 2012 (replies)
 
cydmd: The goal is to invade Black's position with the white queen. 41.Qd2!! is indeed a finesse. It's a double threat because Black must not allow 42.Qd6. Then, 41... Qb4 is a natural solution (42... Ne4 fails because of 42.Qf4). A strategical goal enabled a tactical blow with 42.Rh8+. ...
 
   Jan-16-12 Zhao Jun vs Xiu Deshun, 2011 (replies)
 
cydmd: <ferri1234>, White simply puts more pressure with 26.dxe6 And there's no defense against 27.Rxf7+. If 26... Rg8 then 27.Rxf7+ Nxf7 28.Rxf7+ Ke8 (28... Qxf7 29.Qxf7#) 29.Qxg8#
 
   Jan-16-12 J Schwarz vs Tarrasch, 1883 (replies)
 
cydmd: As <Once> has brilliantly described, the combination starts earlier than the POTD's position. Maybe a future POTD for a Wednesday.
 
   Jan-13-12 Timman vs C van Wijgerden, 1977 (replies)
 
cydmd: The line selected by Timman is not so crushing if a correct defense is employed, as <David2009> pointed out. The white queen is exchanged by 3 small pieces still keeping a positional advantage for White. However, a win is not clear on White's horizon. The line proposed by ...
 
   Jan-05-12 P Popovic vs Dusan Rajkovic, 1980 (replies)
 
cydmd: <Jimfromprovidence>, is anything wrong with: 27.Rxh6 Qxb6+ 28.Kh1 Qe3 29.Be4+ (instead of Nd2) [DIAGRAM] 29... Qxe4+ (not 29... Kh8 since 30.Rxh6+ Qxh6 31.Qxh6#) 30.Rxe4 Bxf6 31.Qxf6 threatening 32.Rh4 ? Though it may not the best continuation, I think it still wins easily.
 
   Dec-29-11 Yermolinsky vs Braude, 1992 (replies)
 
cydmd: The score seems to be incorrect, at least from move 40 till the end. Though I don't have the complete score of this game, a fragment of it appears in Yermolinsky's book "The Road to Chess Improvement". The book presents the game until move 41 with the following score: 40.b6 Rb7 ...
 
   Dec-16-11 Fischer vs Jacobo Bolbochan, 1959 (replies)
 
cydmd: Note that Fischer reached the same position twice (on moves 45 and 48). And only at the second time he devised the winning plan. I did see both moves but that game shows some choices are tried out OTB.
 
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