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   dwbh has kibitzed 7 times to chessgames  
   May-09-06 Bronstein vs L Shamkovich, 1961 (replies)
dwbh: <CAPA2422> I would generally agree with you, except in cases where you're 100% sure the sac will win the game immediately. This would be one of those cases. Often, in real, over-the-board situations, it's not as clear as in our daily chess puzzles. And I'm not the kind of player ...
   Apr-27-06 D Podhraski vs S Jeric, 2001 (replies)
dwbh: OK, I was missing something. 35. Ne7+ Kh7 36. g8=Q+ Rxc8 37. Qxc8+ lets White back into the game. Duh.
   Apr-17-06 A Zemouli vs A Rizouk, 2000 (replies)
dwbh: <notyetagm>Of course, Black stops your Greco mate cold with 17. Bxf3. Gotta love 60-second bullet games! =P
   Apr-13-06 T Kilpi vs Taimanov, 1996 (replies)
dwbh: <sleepyeyeguy>I don't see a difference between 26...Rf2 and 26...Rg1. The rook is compelled to capture the queen after 27. Qxg2 either way, so the rook ends up at g2 both ways.
   Apr-06-06 Tolush vs V Mikenas, 1950 (replies)
dwbh: What about Qe8? It pretty clearly wins the rook, no?
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