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   e4knightf3 has kibitzed 14 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Jan-21-13 Karjakin vs Yifan Hou, 2013 (replies)
e4knightf3: 11...dxc4 seems a poor move to me and far inferior to cxd4. Why did YiFan choose to take with the d pawn?
   Aug-31-10 Stockfish vs Rybka, 2009 (replies)
e4knightf3: whiteshark: "and here I'm wondering why the maschine didn't choose the fork and grab the queen with <50...Nd3+> and 51...Nxb2." - in response to the fork question - it seems black gets his material back and maintains strong advantage whereas the R+N vs Q gives a lesser one ...
   Mar-08-10 E Torre vs R Meulders, 1987
e4knightf3: Surprised to see such an insightful puzzle on a Mundane-Monday. I felt <vanytchouck> and <yourang> was spot on with their explanations and reminded me that this really should be basic understanding of end-game positions - most of which centers on the opposition.
   Nov-27-09 Areshchenko vs F Corrales Jimenez, 2009 (replies)
e4knightf3: I didnt think Nf5+ was the move thinking that RxN gets rid of problems immediately allowing black to be head of the race to mate on the Qside, albeit this is whilst commutnig to work. My idea was 33.e5 (1)...Ra5, Nf5+ Kf8, Qa6#. (2)...dxe5, Qb4+ Leads to # after king moves?
   Oct-19-09 S C Miller vs M Dougherty, 2002 (replies)
e4knightf3: jovack: "miller went for a counter thrust with his own knight, i guess trying to take the initiative... but he should have just traded knights... the rook aligned with his king should have set off red flags." Exactly my thoughts.. after Nxe4 dxe4 exchange: [1] 21.h3 is the ...
   Oct-03-08 Forintos vs V Tomovic, 1957 (replies)
e4knightf3: Ridiculously easy compared to the two previous days puzzle, and I think everyone had seen the Bxg6+ line, but Rh8+ line is a very nice combo and one that not many of us would have chosen over Bxg6+, but who knows - if we had lots of time on the clock, we always strive to find ...
   Sep-05-08 Bisguier vs Larsen, 1965 (replies)
e4knightf3: Well R takes is quite obvious in terms of creating the attack and possible mates, but my my my this took me a long time... and I knew the puzzle rated at hard would tell me that I don't see what comes after the obvious Rxf6. And I was stuck on this line of ..Bxf6 as an adequate ...
   Aug-20-08 Ruy Lopez vs G da Cutri, 1560 (replies)
e4knightf3: I can't understand why Black would want to capture the knight (fxe5) for the Rook trade and crap?? position?? Anybody want to enlighten me with some theory for the black player?
   Aug-01-08 Ivanchuk vs Anand, 1994 (replies)
e4knightf3: Whites objective seems reasonably straight forward given this position, and that is to use tempi to run from the Black Q and advance into mating positions such as Qe3 and Qe6, especially when white can start by removing the key defender and bringing the dark squares into life for
   Jun-18-07 J Ambroz vs M Mozny, 1973 (replies)
e4knightf3: what??
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