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   dwojiow has kibitzed 29 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Apr-30-09 A Samsonkin vs Nakamura, 2009 (replies)
dwojiow: <Extremophile: I have never seen a position in which someone is in zugzwang and his position is defendable at the same time. So, theoretically those positions are also lost and they are also mate-in-n positions (n might be 89, i don't know). So, mate-in-one IS an extreme case of ...
   Apr-28-09 Tolush vs Botvinnik, 1943 (replies)
dwojiow: In fact I'm sure the scoresheet is incorrect, given the variations quoted by <plang> above. He mentions <24...Qa4>. I surmise that the game probably went 23.Rad1 Qc4 24.Qd2 Qa4 25.Bc1 Nc4 etc.
   Mar-02-09 Rybka (Computer) (replies)
dwojiow: Can Rybka find human moves? Here is a typical Bishops of Opposite Colour position: White to play. [DIAGRAM] We humans can see immediately that this is an easy draw; White just shuffles his Bishop around, defending the h5 pawn if necessary. A more stylish - more human - way to claim
   Nov-10-06 Sjestov vs Krovatkin, 1997 (replies)
dwojiow: Hmm, Ok I missed this one. But what about 28...♖xd2 Then: 29.♕xd2 ♗b5 30.♗xb5 ♕xb5+ 31.♔c2 ♖e2 or 29.♔xd2 ♗b5 30.♔d3 ♗xc4+ 31.♕xc4 ♖e3+!
   Aug-24-06 Sochor vs L van Damme, 1974 (replies)
dwojiow: Way before <Bloodsport> he was kicking arse in correspondence chess...
   Jul-30-06 Adorjan vs M Basman, 1974 (replies)
dwojiow: I looked and I looked. What is wrong with the straightforward 29...Nd3+ and 30...Nxc1? Surely Black is completely winning.
   Jul-16-06 P McEvan vs G Kito, 1967 (replies)
dwojiow: <psmith> Ah. My apologies.
   Jul-15-06 G Mazzoni vs M Bobotsov, 1966 (replies)
dwojiow: <Random Visitor: 23.Rg3+ is a mate in 8> Indeed. How disappointing after so many sacrifices that White should miss the simple exchange sacrifice: 23.♖g3+ ♘g6 24.♖xg6+ hxg6 25.♕xg6+ ♔f8 26.♕f6+ ♔g8 and the maneouvre ...
   Jul-12-06 Adams vs Kasparov, 1993 (replies)
dwojiow: <DanRoss53> I've only looked at the position for 30 seconds, so I could be wrong, but 56.♗b5! intending 57.♔e5 seems to be the answer. The point is that White can steadily improve his position while Black is reduced to shuffling. After White plays ♔e5 Black ...
   Apr-06-06 Hans Berliner (replies)
dwojiow: Can someone tell me what Berliner recommends in 'The System' against the Dutch? I confess I am intrigued by the proposition that 1.d4 is a forced win for White, although I just can't believe that Berliner has worked it all out and published it! I'm thinking of buying the book just ...
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