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datachess4
Member since May-25-07 · Last seen Dec-03-08
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   datachess4 has kibitzed 9 times to chessgames  
   Nov-20-08 G Flear vs Plachetka, 1984 (replies)
 
datachess4: 50.Kd2 Rb2+ 51.Ke3 Nf5#
 
   Nov-19-08 O Boyum Fossum vs Carlsen, 2003 (replies)
 
datachess4: if 11.Bxh3 Black wins two pawns with 11...Nxe4 12.Qc2 (12.Qe3? Qxe3 13.fxe3 Bxb2 wins back the piece and nets a rook)12...Nxf2.
 
   Nov-18-08 A Stein vs J Bick, 2005
 
datachess4: 30.f6?? a better continuation is 30.Re3! and white has a strong attack on Black's King
 
   Nov-03-08 Karpov vs Korchnoi, 1981 (replies)
 
datachess4: 17...gxf6 18.Bh6 Ng5! whites attack goes nowhere
 
   Nov-03-08 Schlechter vs Lasker, 1910 (replies)
 
datachess4: 58...Kc8?? 59.Qf8+ Qd8 60.Qc5+ Qc7 61.Qxc7#
 
   Nov-02-08 Sax vs Tal, 1979
 
datachess4: could white play 53.Nxc3 and fight on?
 
   Oct-29-08 Van der Wiel vs Hort, 1981 (replies)
 
datachess4: i agree with Honza Cervenka. After 39...Kc8 white cannot do much. He wouldnt dare take the pawn because of the fork Nf3+! however if he somehow removed the queens and rooks off the board, the passed h pawn may prove a winner.
 
   Oct-29-08 N Divinsky vs A Helman, 1945
 
datachess4: if black plays 34...Qxf4 white has a dominant ending with 35.gxf4 Nf5 36.Re1 Nd6(heading for e4) 37.a4! bxa4 38.Ra1 Ne4(Be8 39.Bxd5) 40.Bxe4 dxe4 41.Rxa4
 
   Oct-29-08 A Strikovic vs Suba, 1994 (replies)
 
datachess4: al wazir: <sleepyirv: 27.Qf7 Re7 brought up some opportunities to keep an attack going for White.> I must not be seeing what you're seeing. After 27...Qc7 28. Qd5 Rh6, what does white have for his ? Can you give some analysis? i agree. white can do nothing in this position.
 
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