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   dunican has kibitzed 60 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Oct-30-20 J Xiong vs D Swiercz, 2020
dunican: The position after 22...fxg2 is quite remarkable.
   Apr-22-20 N Tavoularis vs A Hentunen, 2007 (replies)
dunican: Yes, but the point is not 7...Qxa3 but 7...Qxc3+ Do you have a refutation of that?
   Apr-16-20 F Matijevic vs D Forcen Esteban, 2012
dunican: I suppose the result is wrong. White is about to lose the Queen, thus 0-1.
   Jun-25-19 Daniil Golikov vs P Toropov, 2019
dunican: The motif is similar to yesterday's game L Dominguez vs M Rodshtein, 2019 where, unfortunately for Black, there was an important zwischenzug by White.
   Jun-25-19 Vladimir Kramnik (replies)
dunican: <thegoodanarchist> yes, I noticed missing Notable Games of many players, e.g. Hans Kmoch Pentala Harikrishna Emanuel Lasker Georg Rotlewi and many more. What's going on?
   May-06-19 Kibitzer's Café (replies)
dunican: Hello, does anybody have an idea why the Notable Games section is gone from many players' sites?
   Apr-05-19 Navara vs Ding Liren, 2019 (replies)
dunican: Thanks for pointing that out, MissScarlet.
   Jun-22-18 Blatny vs J L Watson, 1998 (replies)
dunican: Hi Sally, you are right. Why is that?
   May-07-18 Delchev vs B Kelly, 2002 (replies)
dunican: <ChessHigherCat> I am not a native speaker, but can't "blow" also mean to spoil (an opportunity to do) something? With a bit of creative licence it might be thought that Kelly somehow mixed up the opening theory, thus he "blew book".
   Jan-23-17 A Espeli vs Andersen, 1952 (replies)
dunican: <ezmerin> I thought the winning line would be 13. d4 Bh6 14. g3 f6 15. f4 e5 with the idea that after 16. Kd2 exf4! 17. Kxc1 fxg3+ and 18..g2 The point is that now the white King has to go all the way to g2 to be able to activate the Knight and Rook, which gives Black the time
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